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The Looney suspects

Sufferin’ succotash! Timofey Tkachev has built two of of the Looney Tunes Rogues’ Gallery, in the form of Sylvester and Taz,┬ácapturing all the details of the loveable characters in LEGO form! In the building of these two characters, Timofey has used the wealth of brick types available to craft naturally posed likenesses of the two. The dynamically posed Taz captures the wild and constant movement of the character. I love the facial expression with wild eyes and ruffled hair all beautifully realized using well placed tiles and plates to craft the pose.

Sylvester (Cat) and TAZ

This is again replicated in Sylvester. I love how Timofey has crafted both expressions but the fluffy cheeks and wide eyes of the loveable cat are perfect here! Let’s hope I’m following up on this post soon with more of the Looney Tunes characters!

I wonder what that Puddy Tat is up to now?

Alego Alego has built an incredibly detailed scene in LEGO form, jumping straight from a Looney Tunes cartoon! Sylvester is mid hunt as he closes in on the bird atop the refrigerator as Tweety looks on ready to shut the door on this operation!
I love the faithfulness to the source material, alongside the action that Alego Alego has captured here with the broken egg, serving as a casualty of Sylvester’s latest escapade. The dynamite with lit fuse again adding to the action, I next see Tweety slamming that door with a ‘Wham’ followed by a ‘Boom’ as that dynamite explodes with Sylvester emerging slightly worse for wear…

Tweety Bird's ambush

Theres a lot of wonderful detail throughout this build, with the checkerboard floor and the curtain tied back just some of the call outs here, but I’m particularly drawn to the fridge.
Repurposing a small Bygglek Ikea box for the job is inspired but i’m bowled over by both the variety of parts used and level of detail going into the contents of the Fridge from the seal, made from some pneumatic tubing, to the drawers holding ‘lettuce‘ and carrots. I keep coming back to this scene, noticing something else that is just perfect for its use!