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Napoleonic Fusilier
Published 3 years ago
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Thanks a lot for checking out my latest MOC. The figurine roughly represents a Fusilier of the Grande Armée from 1809. The model also includes a flintlock musket and a cutlass which can be held by the figurine. Each leg can be articulated on three hinges. The arms are mounted on ball joints and the elbows can be bent as well. Furthermore, the hands can be turned and the head can also move forward and back and from side to side albeit with a very limited range of motion. With some modifications I'm sure this can be turned into a seasonal build as well.

This creation was built by me saabfan. You may download it, render it and built it in real life but please always include my name if you post it online.
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Brickproject
3 years ago
Amazing build! love the amazing details and congrats for your lego skills! The head is really awesome.
zanna
3 years ago
Saabfan, you realized another masterpiece!
AVS
3 years ago
Really amazing build saabfan
noblebunny
3 years ago
That head is a masterful piece of work - nicely done.
saabfan
3 years ago
Thanks to everyone!
Samino
3 years ago
Great model saabfan!
Jeff
3 years ago
Great build, especially the head. The hat is gorgeous !

But paradoxically, despite all of those clever building techniques, I think y favourite part is the hands. I've never seen bigfig hands used as regular hands before. It's dead simple, but that's why I find this technique so brilliant.
Samino
3 years ago
Yes. I just noticed the hands too. There are many important and key features that go into creating this stunning model from my perspective.
jabelsjabels
3 years ago
Yup I just had to make an account after seeing this, just to say how awesome it is!
saabfan
3 years ago
Thanks a lot!
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