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Anything Goes with LEGOs..

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Re: Anything Goes with LEGOs..

Post  BackyardBirdGardner on 9/1/2011, 6:23 pm

I almost forgot to get today's ninja pic posted...

When Harry Potter cuts you off in traffic...



The ninja seems to do what the rest of us only think of doing.
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Re: Anything Goes with LEGOs..

Post  BackyardBirdGardner on 9/8/2011, 3:02 pm

Rest assured the ninja nor Harry Potter are going away. However, my ninja lost his mask the other day.

I was preparing a shot of a 9 inch cucumber, and wanted the ninja to give a sense of scale. I lined up the shot and bumped the railing of my deck. The ninja fell to his demise. He bounced off a step, his mask flew off, and when I picked up the pieces of the Humpty Dumpty fated ninja, his mask remained lost.

Ninjas are no fun without their masks. And, I refuse to run to Toys'R'Us to essentially buy a freaking mask for $5. So, ninja is on hold until I can justify buying more LEGOs for the kids....ie birthdays, gradecards, etc.
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Re: Anything Goes with LEGOs..

Post  boffer on 9/8/2011, 3:13 pm

Paint a mask on? Nail polish? White-Out?
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Post  trukrebew on 9/8/2011, 11:58 pm

Josh, I love your use of stereograph. I saw the 3D and all 3 Hexbugs. What's amazing is that photo technique is over 150 years old!

If anyone wants to try again, here's a larger simplified image that will just jump out at you once you take off your Opti-Grab and stare a while.

BBG, time to rustle out that seldom used electrical tape. For the Ninja is not only resourceful, but always color coordinated. "White Out?" Really, Boffer!?
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Post  boffer on 9/9/2011, 12:03 am

@trukrebew wrote: For the Ninja is not only resourceful, but always color coordinated. "White Out?" Really, Boffer!?

I was worried about the color faux pas, but I was more worried about anybody remembering what White Out was! It did come in handy for a lot of things! Electrical tape is a good idea though.
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Post  middlemamma on 9/9/2011, 1:09 am

lol!
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