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The Monster in the Lake (Return to Venus part 2)
Further adventures of the Outer Reach Research Team.
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  February 25, 2014
Great this is awsome this is giving me inspiration to build space monsters like this can I have your permission by the way check the groups new conversation topic I think you'll like it!!
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  March 23, 2013
Love the eyes on the monster!
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  January 9, 2013
Top monsterage :)
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  December 3, 2012
We -AFOL- MUST have a VERY patient and loving wife... Ha ha! Plus, if you -like I do- practise sports and have 2 or 3 more hobbies... You must learn to run fast when you tell her: "honey, I'm with my Lego tonight"... ;) Very clever and funny build anyway! Venus is a place I definitively will not go...
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  June 26, 2012
someone here really needs a M249 SAW!
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  June 10, 2012
Quoting Chris Roach you must be the hardest working builder on the Pages .. and I thought I built too much! Great job on this - but I have never seen that blue plate either. Hope its Lego or somebody out there might tear up your purist card! LOL!
I think my purist card is intact. I bought these plates (the red one which pairs it, was used as my Martian surface) off Bricklink precisely to avoid having to use lots of tiles for a flat landscape or water. My wife might agree with your hard working sentiment, but perhaps with a slightly less appreciative tone.
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  June 10, 2012
So that's what you can do with those base plates! I have two (a red one and a blue one) which were my sister's and had a kitchen on one and a sitting room on the other for the giant figures of the 1970's. I love the way that, whatever happens to them, our mini-figs from the 70's and 80's just keep on smiling. Modern mini-figs just don't have the same strength of character and pull all sorts of faces...
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  June 3, 2012
I am such a fan! Great PU!
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  May 29, 2012
Brilliant work David! The way you used the tires for the monters eyes looked great!
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  May 28, 2012
Quoting Justin Knelsen Well built! I really like the monster, but one question, why did you use foam for the water was it just a lack of pieces?
It's not foam, it's a classic 70s Lego baseplate: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=785.
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  May 28, 2012
Well built! I really like the monster, but one question, why did you use foam for the water was it just a lack of pieces?
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  May 26, 2012
I love this monster... an awesome fantasy creature from a brilliant project...
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  May 26, 2012
That poor spaceman is never going to get a break eh? Oh well, he's good for it right? Fantastic build, I love the little boat too!
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  May 26, 2012
Quoting Tim C I swear you must have an assembly line working on these builds. Another great work. Love the sea monster. The crooked teeth and large eyes give it a somewhat comical look. Well, to me, anyway. I'm sure that poor spaceman is not finding much humor in it right now. Nice watercraft as well.
How can I put this, my builds are never entirely serious; I'm aiming for the comic more often than the horrific.
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  May 26, 2012
Quoting El Barto ! I see your point, but in the tradition of Star Trek, it's usually the red guy that bites the dust!
Very true - sorry red spaceman its your turn next, you can thank uncle El Barto.
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  May 26, 2012
I see your point, but in the tradition of Star Trek, it's usually the red guy that bites the dust!
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  May 26, 2012
I swear you must have an assembly line working on these builds. Another great work. Love the sea monster. The crooked teeth and large eyes give it a somewhat comical look. Well, to me, anyway. I'm sure that poor spaceman is not finding much humor in it right now. Nice watercraft as well.
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  May 26, 2012
Quoting Alex Jean Haha well done I think its your best outer space research team build yet.
Thanks, it was a surprisingly easy and trouble free build.
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  May 26, 2012
Quoting Netro From LU Classic! Great job! Where did you get the water?
It is this piece: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=785 purchased from the wonderful sellers of Bricklink.
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  May 26, 2012
I too thought the plate was off till I saw the close up and recognized the texture, true Lego. :-) Im enjoying watching this doomed team explore the mysteries of Venus. The build is bright and colorful, not to mention fun! Good job. ~cheers
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  May 26, 2012
Classic! Great job! Where did you get the water?
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  May 26, 2012
HAha, the monster has tire-eyes. Great job!
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  May 26, 2012
Haha well done I think its your best outer space research team build yet.
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  May 26, 2012
Quoting El Barto ! Nice job, Dude! Poor White Classic Space guy! So much for their day at the lake...
He is the most likely candidate to pull the short straw. I always thought white spacemen were the common and expendable figs compared to the important red figs when I was a child.
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  May 26, 2012
That's pretty cool! The monster techniques are great!
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  May 26, 2012
The creature made me laugh so hard ... awesome.
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  May 26, 2012
Quoting Ape Fight Love love love! Like something out of Futurama. 5 stars
Cheers. I see what you mean about the Futurama feel - although not intentional in any way.
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  May 26, 2012
Quoting StoveTop Creator Love his eyes. Tires have sooo many other better uses! I also like your simple placement of lake-side vegetation... indeed you have done this alot in your other builds and it really suits them! :)
I'm trying for a consistent Venusian landscape.
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  May 26, 2012
Love love love! Like something out of Futurama. 5 stars
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  May 26, 2012
Love it. The head and arms are excellent.
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  May 26, 2012
Love his eyes. Tires have sooo many other better uses! I also like your simple placement of lake-side vegetation... indeed you have done this alot in your other builds and it really suits them! :)
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  May 26, 2012
Here is the catalogue entry for the base plate I used http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=785
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  May 26, 2012
Nice job, Dude! Poor White Classic Space guy! So much for their day at the lake...
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  May 26, 2012
you must be the hardest working builder on the Pages .. and I thought I built too much! Great job on this - but I have never seen that blue plate either. Hope its Lego or somebody out there might tear up your purist card! LOL!
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  May 26, 2012
Quoting Timo The Dutchman Nice! unfortunatly your water isn't lego :(
The water is Lego, the studs have lego printed on them. It's an epic fraud if it's not. I'll look up the piece number for proof later.
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  May 26, 2012
Nice! unfortunatly your water isn't lego :(
 
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