I made this bear quite a long time ago and never got around to posting it. Somewhat recently, I made this little landscape to feature the bear and that awesome sand green fish. And good pictures for once! Enjoy!
About this creation
I am never let down by the infinite possibilities of hair...
This is the first "Realistic Freshwater scene" I've seen on MOCPages. Also, Although I prefer trout, (not to eat, I dislike sushi,) you made an excellent model of a salmon run, and trout and salmon are both salmonids. Very good job on making this, I would give it a five out of 1 (or 25/5) if it was possible.
Quoting Paul Romano
Wow! Very cool bear! He's so well done, I think he deserves his own page!
Thank you! I am considering posting a brick-built animal page here in the near future, or at least throwing a few of my other animal designs as bonus pics in other MOCs. Keep an eye out!
Quoting Nathaniel Holman
the journey of a thousand miles can sometimes end very, very badly... great job.
I do feel sorry for those poor little fishies. *sniff sniff*
Quoting Ian Spacek
Great bear design! And by the way, your pictures are ALWAYS good...you're making me feel like I'm terrible...nice build though!
Oh... sorry to make you feel bad. Most of your pictures are seriously way better than mine! I was just pleased that without my controlled lighting, I still managed to get a white background without blowing out the Lego color.
Quoting Thoy Bradley
As always, a fantastic vig Paul. Speaking of hair uses, your not doing too bad with the old tires either. Great build mate. ~Thoy
When in doubt, use hair! And you have no idea how many tires I have. It's ridiculous -- like three drawers full. And I never build cars! I had to use those darn tires SOMEhow! Thanks for your comment!
Quoting The Timinater !
brilliant poses! love the jumping fish- will try that technique! the bear loooks very cuddly....
The connection that I have between the two "splash" pieces puts a whole lot of strain on the first piece. If you have the style of that piece that has the little knobbish thing on the side of the base, you could probably make that connection a lot easier. As for the fish, there is no solid connection to the tail. It is merely relying on gravity and my awesome balancing skills to keep it in the crook of the splash.