Necromanis commissioned by Bright Bricks - the certified Lego professionals from the UK. It form part of the Lego Lost World Zoo for Milestones Museum in Basingtstoke, UK. I have built several creatures for the show which I will post over the next few weeks.
The client wanted 10 small extinct creatures to be hidden amongst the Museumís permanent displays for the visitors to find (similar to a treasure hunt). I was asked to build 5, and had free reign to pick which creatures as long as they were real life prehistoric creatures. For my final creature I decided to build this small extinct pangolin.
Hope you like it. My next post will be a slightly larger creature...
Quoting Gabor Horvath
Wow Joe! It's fantastic! This body is very tricky with a lot ofare ol solutions! :) Oh, and did you notice that it's the first time, when I got more "likes" than you on the same day? ;) Hope you are all well! :)
Haha I did notice and rightfully so, your cheese builds are fantastic. All well thanks hope you are well too. :)
Quoting Henrik Jensen
Fantastic creature. The scales on the back looks absolutely stunning and it's a mystery to me how it all is held together.
Hi Henrik. Thanks for the comment, the internal structure is 3 flexi pipes with a series of 1x1 bricks with studs on all sides (darleks). As this build is for a client I used glue to attach the plates. Hope this helps
Wow Joe! It's fantastic! This body is very tricky with a lot of cool solutions! :) Oh, and did you notice that it's the first time, when I got more "likes" than you on the same day? ;) Hope you are all well! :)
@ David - Many thanks my friend it means a lot coming from you. I am trying to be more free and experimental with my builds recently and I am glad it is beginning to show. @ everyone - many thanks for the nice comments :)