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A House for a Teddy Bear . LABS2012 . LABS2012... The First LEGO Annual Brick Show is taking place this weekend at Canterbury University, Christchurch, New Zealand. I've spent the past wee while building my layout for it and after an extremely successful first day of the show with what appears to be every man, woman and child in Christchurch coming to see it, I thought I'd post my moc tonight. Inspired by the late Heather "Lego Girl" Braaten's dolls houses and dedicated to the children of Christchurch who lost their homes in the February 2011 earthquake, I decided to build a little house for a teddy bear.... then decided the house needed a child's bedroom to be displayed in, it kind of spiralled out of control from there.... Teddy's house opens up... ... Inside is his home. It is a strange scale to work in, because it is scaled for the teddy bear that belongs to the sleepy head collectable minifig. On the ground floor is the kitchen and the lounge with a spiral staircase up to the 1st floor. The first floor houses the bathroom and the library. Bathroom... Library... Top floor is Teddy Bear's attic bedroom. His cosy bed, and here is Teddy himself! Back to the child's room, which is also effectively a doll's house also. There is for sure a real influence here from Andy's Room by Pepa Quin, which I saw and admired at Brickworld last year. I crammed the room full of toys, details and colour. I wanted it to look messy, like a kid had been playing and just up and left the room. I created a "Can you Find?" list which the kids all day at the show have been having fun finding everything on it hidden throughout the room. Some things are easy to spot..... Some a bit more tricky. One more shot, I like this one because it has a real cosy feel to it: Awesome first day of the southern most Lego Show in the world. This moc took out third place in the best moc competition that I was unaware even existed and I won a free POTC set which I am very very very very happy to receive! After the show, I will do a full post of the other exhibits but will give my fellow kiwi mocpages exhibitors the opportunity to get their individual and amazing mocs posted first before I display them to the world.


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