LEGO Unikitty MOC in lifesize

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LEGO Unikitty MOC in lifesize

This is my latest MOC: A LEGO Unikitty! It is 180cm tall and features a rotating head and sparkly eyes. It took several month from planning to finish and I never used as many pink bricks in my life. Still, the color combination is just sooo cute. The neck uses my LEGO compatible thrust ball bearing.You can now purchase the LEGO Digital Designer LXF file for only 20 NZD so that you can build the Unikitty yourself. Just pay via PayPal and I will email you the file:


Have a look at the video to see how it works:

Here are some photographs and the full resolution photos are available at Flickr. I also included a screenshot from LEGO Digital Designer and a render from Bluerender.

 

There is also a Saint Etienne Version of the video:

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