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You, my friend, are a GENIUS
Oh, and respect for having the balls to paint your lego. I could never do that.
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Damnit, people. It's just lego. It's a brand name, it can't be pluralized.
Anyway, these are rad, and that is some ballsy shit, painting them.
I lost dis arm in a bear trap, thirty-five years ago wrestling dis fine ham from its grip!
It's a fine ham it is!
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These are great. Looking at these makes me imagine the bored stormtroopers who are running a customizing-military-vehicles scene on the side.
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Thanks everyone! Even though they were difficult to paint it was alot of fun. Thanks for the tip Eddysign, those pics are great.
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Really like the one with the spray paint.
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haha, excellent ! i've never thought about painting lego, it's a great idea (if you don't plan to reuse the bircks
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That is just so friggin cool!! Man, now I want one!
* strokes chin as he ponders whether or not he has all the lego parts*
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yeah, saw them in person and the graffiti one is just crazy detailed. All have really nice subtle touches (the exhaust on the flame one). Super dope radtacular.
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