How I spent my last three hours

I like WALL-E a lot, but generally not enough to spend three hours constructing him from Lego blocks. Of course, four-year-olds are demanding critters… To understand the enormity of this task, please keep in mind that my newest Legos are at least 20 years old. This WALL-E is part Eldorado Fortress, and part Black Monarch’s Castle– old school!

WALL-E can load his garbage block, has movable arms, and a door that opens and closes. His head is heavy and fragile.

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3 Responses to “How I spent my last three hours”

  1. lx Says:

    that bottom shot is so tragic. with his little blockhead tilted like that he looks as if he accidentally dumped his junk cube and doesn’t know how to put it back in…poor little retro wall-e!

  2. startlingmoniker Says:

    I hadn’t noticed his pathetic-ness until you mentioned it… but you’re absolutely right. He looks miserable! (Perhaps he knew that in just over 24 hours, his head would be a shattered Lego mess all over my kitchen floor, eek.)

    R.I.P. WALL-E
    2-11-09
    2-13-09

  3. Alwin Says:

    their heads are heavy and fragile… funny title for following droehnhaus comp., better than working title now… you´ll get one, if it´s done. For sure!

    Btw way, he looked like old school robots should..cube like and not miserable…really poor tiny one, did he had to get all this :-)

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