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And now for something completely different. . Annie Corder vs Giovanni Seynhaeve in: And Now for Something Completely Different - Build a scene or story based on the work of the British comedy troupe Monty Python. . The Amazing Annie Corder! The larch. I decided to go for another round of miniland scale since this cathegory was SCREAMING for this type of builds. I never did miniland before round 3 and wanted to explore more of the figures building techniques and accesoires in that scale, round 3 was roughly landscaping... Here's five of my favourit sketches from Monty Python. The fish slapping dance. The Pet Shop, better known as "Dead Parrot". Without the figs. The Knights Who Say Ni! from Monty Python's "The Search For The Holy Grail" Fighting Each Other, from Monty Python's "The Meaning Of Life", personally my favourite movie. Apart from silly sketches and great humor, Monty Python's TV appearances became typical with their excellent stop motion animations. Here's "Bloody Weather" from the movie "The Search For The Holy Grail" Details as a bonus! And now for something 4th wall: Miniland is certainly a great deal of fun building that I never dared to discover before. I had my share of luck in the contest before but getting Monty Python as a cathegory truely was a gift. I hope the same for Annie. Thanks for your commenting, good luck to our judges and stay tuned!


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