What do you do when you stumble onto 2000 random, funky colored, funky shaped parts?
About this creation
In October 2004, Toys R Us briefly sold a tub of LEGO elements that contained a box full of "bonus elements". The "bonus" consisted of 500 random, funky colored, funky shaped parts -- so I bought four of them.
With 2000 funky parts spread out in front of me, I thought it would be fun to see what I could make.
Hi Sean. I just gotta tell you. I LOVE YOUR WORK! It's always great. The thing I like about your work is that you are not afraid to show the studs. A lot of models go for the smooth tile look, which is good too. But the studs give it the LEGO charm. And it makes it inspiring. Kind of like anybody could build it with enough time and patience and imagination. Thanks for inspiring new builders and keep up the great work.