YouTuber North of the Border gives us a rather idiosyncratic project. He built a LEGO minifig out of clay. Except he made it much bigger. All in all, that’s pretty normal, but then he had some modifications in mind. He decided to make it more “realistic” while keeping the basic idea of a minifig. That meant decisions had to be made, and that’s when this project went completely off the rails. His intention was to kept the thicked-legged, cylindrical-headed minifig shape, or otherwise it wouldn’t be recognizable as a LEGO minifig. But he added wrinkles to the skin and clothing. He also gave them human fingernails and toenails, in numbers that matched the plastic minifig shape. And those eyes! At normal scale, a minifig’s eyes are dots, but this? Yeah, the result is quite unnerving, but you’ll enjoy the process anyway. Now you know why North of the Border titled this video “I made a Realistic Lego Man and I’m Sorry.” Is he really sorry or just Canadian? -via Metafilter
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