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Dracula
Here is my better late than never Halloween MOC. The MOC Olympics took up all my time and crucial pieces, so I had to delay this build. Oddly Dracula's victim looks strangely like Cyndi Lauper ?
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  September 22, 2014
It getting to be that time of year. First day of Fall and soon Halloween will be upon us. There will be thoughts of Frankenstein, The Mummy, The Werewolf and Dracula. An excellent creation. You have a very unique style.
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  November 19, 2012
Wow, those figures are really well-done; the faces are especially intricate! The Cyndi Lauper line made me laugh, too... "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" does wear on ya after a couple listens... ;-)
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  November 13, 2012
Quoting Gale Winthrope I love the builds here. Very well done. I do feel that our damsel in distress could use a tad thinner of shoulders, but beyond that, I am stunned with your works here. Well done David. :)
She's an 80's damsel, everyone had big shoulders back then - or was that just their jackets? Anyway I take your point, you're not the only one to note some of the issues with her arms/shoulders, and I hope to rectify this on my next build at this scale.
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  November 12, 2012
I love the builds here. Very well done. I do feel that our damsel in distress could use a tad thinner of shoulders, but beyond that, I am stunned with your works here. Well done David. :)
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  November 7, 2012
Brilliant sculpting and a scary set-up. Nice.
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  November 7, 2012
Quoting Chris Phipson He Vants to suck her moc... wait, that didn't sound right... ummm... nice one and happy halloween! ~ Chris.
You could get yourself in a whole lot of trouble if you say that in a Transylvanian accent! Thanks Chris.
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  November 7, 2012
Quoting The Timinater! (Moving to AUS 17th Dec.) excellent! but the lady's arms looks wrong
Hmm, could be right, to thin at the shoulder and funny wrists (mental note for the next build). Thanks for the advice Tim :)
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  November 7, 2012
Quoting Tim C
Quoting David Alexander Smith For a minute there I missread your comment about 80s prom movie, and thought really! Thanks for the comments. I'm really enjoying working at this scale, expect more soon.
HA! That gave me a good chuckle, David. A real treat for me right now as I sit staring at the TV and biting my fingernails over the results of this unbearably close election. Thanks for that. I should have included that I was thinking more Molly Ringwald than Cyndi Lauper. But your LEGO lady would have had to look a lot different if I meant the other thing;)
Molly Ringwald, now I know where you are coming from. Hope the election turned out how you wanted - I was smiling drinking my coffee this morning.
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  November 7, 2012
Quoting David Roberts A wonderful creation, with the lovely lady's neck temptingly bared and her seemingly unaware of the peril behind her. The Count is a classic Dracula, with his slick haircut, opera cape and flashing fangs. I like the way that you've made the ruffles down Dracula's shirtfront and Cyndi's necklace. You've got a real knack for sculpting figures in this style. On the downside, I'm afraid that this is a bit less scary than Radio 4's recent adaptation!
Just started listening to the Radio 4 version, and I see what you mean. I have a couple of new large scale figure builds to come yet.
David Alexander Smith
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Chris Melby
  November 6, 2012
These are a couple of the best large scale figs i have ever seen! You should make a huge retro space fig! Z
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  November 6, 2012
Quoting David Alexander Smith For a minute there I missread your comment about 80s prom movie, and thought really! Thanks for the comments. I'm really enjoying working at this scale, expect more soon.
HA! That gave me a good chuckle, David. A real treat for me right now as I sit staring at the TV and biting my fingernails over the results of this unbearably close election. Thanks for that. I should have included that I was thinking more Molly Ringwald than Cyndi Lauper. But your LEGO lady would have had to look a lot different if I meant the other thing;)
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  November 6, 2012
FANG -tastic!
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  November 6, 2012
excellent! but the lady's arms looks wrong
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  November 6, 2012
Wonderful!
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  November 6, 2012
He Vants to suck her moc... wait, that didn't sound right... ummm... nice one and happy halloween! ~ Chris.
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  November 6, 2012
A wonderful creation, with the lovely lady's neck temptingly bared and her seemingly unaware of the peril behind her. The Count is a classic Dracula, with his slick haircut, opera cape and flashing fangs. I like the way that you've made the ruffles down Dracula's shirtfront and Cyndi's necklace. You've got a real knack for sculpting figures in this style. On the downside, I'm afraid that this is a bit less scary than Radio 4's recent adaptation!
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  November 6, 2012
Nifty ABS sculpting!
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  November 6, 2012
Quoting Topsy Creatori(StoveTop nomore!) Okay, you know I can't resist this... Hey, it looks like Drac has already been nibbling on Cyndi! Wait... that was your little brother! All in fun! Stunning dress too! :)
I'm glad you couldn't resist, very funny.
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  November 6, 2012
Quoting MortalSwordsman . “You, sir, are stuck in awesome mode right now.” I couldn’t agree more. You are definitely one of the most creative builders on this site. Love their hair.
Thanks Joe, that's very kind of you to say.
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  November 6, 2012
Quoting Chris Melby These are a couple of the best large scale figs i have ever seen! You should make a huge retro space fig! Z
Now there's an idea!
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  November 6, 2012
Quoting Tim C You, sir, are stuck in awesome mode right now. Another great build. Dracula looks perfect. I especially like your color choices. The pale skin with the striking contrast of the black suit and cape and the red eyes and mouth really grabs the attention. It was funny that you said Cyndi Lauper, because my first thought when I saw the Count's victim was that he was hunting in an 80's prom movie;) She is formed perfectly as well and the whole thing has the caricature look that I've come to really enjoy in your work. Well done, as always, David.
For a minute there I missread your comment about 80s prom movie, and thought really! Thanks for the comments. I'm really enjoying working at this scale, expect more soon.
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  November 6, 2012
Amazing job! :D
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  November 6, 2012
My friend, Dracula is fantastic... ;O)
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  November 6, 2012
Excellent designs!
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  November 6, 2012
Okay, you know I can't resist this... Hey, it looks like Drac has already been nibbling on Cyndi! Wait... that was your little brother! All in fun! Stunning dress too! :)
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  November 6, 2012
“You, sir, are stuck in awesome mode right now.” I couldn’t agree more. You are definitely one of the most creative builders on this site. Love their hair.
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  November 6, 2012
Blah! Nicely done!
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  November 6, 2012
You, sir, are stuck in awesome mode right now. Another great build. Dracula looks perfect. I especially like your color choices. The pale skin with the striking contrast of the black suit and cape and the red eyes and mouth really grabs the attention. It was funny that you said Cyndi Lauper, because my first thought when I saw the Count's victim was that he was hunting in an 80's prom movie;) She is formed perfectly as well and the whole thing has the caricature look that I've come to really enjoy in your work. Well done, as always, David.
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  November 6, 2012
Very cool!
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  November 6, 2012
Quoting Chris Roach so we've moved on from dooming spacemen to ladies in blue dresses huh! very cool!
I must start thinking about the superhero genre so I can start building some rescue scenes otherwise my reputation might get out of hand.
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  November 6, 2012
Quoting Jon B Wonderful stuff, I see your creativity hasn't diminished at all! Real character in these, and some clever brickwork to get the features just right. I'll look through all your MOCs I've missed during my work related break - quite a lot of catching up to do I see :) Fangs for another lovely MOC!
Thanks Jon, and I meant it when I said its good to see you back. If you do feel like looking backwards, I'd just check out my recent MOC Olympics builds which I'm most proud of. Otherwise you'll be here all week :)
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  November 6, 2012
Quoting Tyler Halliwell Wonderfully creepy. I really enjoy the fact that you can use basic bricks so well to achieve expression. Great job.
Thanks Tyler, my moot s never eat the bricks you have stop you making the MOC you want. I think Dracula's face and out very well, and the basic bricks enhanced the gaunt expression.
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  November 6, 2012
so we've moved on from dooming spacemen to ladies in blue dresses huh! very cool!
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  November 6, 2012
Wonderful stuff, I see your creativity hasn't diminished at all! Real character in these, and some clever brickwork to get the features just right. I'll look through all your MOCs I've missed during my work related break - quite a lot of catching up to do I see :) Fangs for another lovely MOC!
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  November 6, 2012
Wonderfully creepy. I really enjoy the fact that you can use basic bricks so well to achieve expression. Great job.
 
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