Ever since I did some concept images of
Administrator using Lego Bricks and Toys, I've been interested
in possibly doing a comic strip using the figures. A quick web search
revealed that quite a few people have done Lego animations but as far as I can
tell, only one strip
has been done in Lego, and then only for a week.
You'd think that if people have time to recreate New York City with Lego
bricks, that someone would do a comic strip.
None that I could find.
So, I decided to do one myself. Not that I
plan on doing this on a regular basis—well, not until I possibly get a
larger cast than I current have (about six people, two of which are in
convenience store garb, one cop, two regular people and one samurai
As it was, it took me several hours to do.
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