With four trophies on the line, this black belt wins it all as he breaks through three strong boards with his powerful strike. This vignette was really fun to build. After a trip to the Chicago Lego Store, I came away with the Karate Guy Minifigure, a mess of 1 by 4 brown tiles, and quite a few red square tiles as well. Thanks to my good friend Max Pointner, I got an additional two trophies to add to the background. The vignette is 12 by 12 studs not including the angled back walls, which stick out past the base. As always, enjoy and please comment!
About this creation
A trans 1 by 1 circular stud gives the illusion of the black belt jumping onto the boards.
The color scheme and design, I think, are both very Asian.
A top view of the vignette.
Being in the martial arts myself, the idea for this vignette was a no-brainer.
The top four boards are the only loose pieces on this vignette, and, if you look closely, you will see that the black-belt is not even making contact with the boards!
My patterned wooden floor.
The ever-so-unimportant back.
And lastly, for all you droolers-over-Legos out there, this picture is for you to revel in the awesomeness of these pieces.