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Katrien Pannemans used to work for LEGO in the Benelux. She decided to spend more time with her kids, and I made her in LEGO as a gift. First time my orange bricks came in so handy :-)
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And this is what Katrien looks like in "unbricked" :-)


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  April 3, 2010
It is wonderful. You're a true artist!
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  March 12, 2010
WOW! This makes me want to try even harder on my mocs.
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  March 12, 2010
Of all people Sean I would have thought you would have figured it out.It is obvious that the black parts (pupils) are 3 studs long and I think the just took 1 white 1by1 two black 1by1(bricks) and two black(studded)1by1 plates and. 1.took one of the studded 1by1 plates and and snapped the white(studded) 1by1 plates on to it snapped the other 1by1(black studded)on top. 2.Put the black 1by1 bricks on the sides the end(as far as I can figure it out)
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  March 12, 2010
I love all the nonstandard nonmosaic things, like the rotated plates for hair, the slopes in the eyes, etc. The glints in the eyes are great... how did you do them?
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  March 12, 2010
Great picture Dirk, from a great Lego builder, like always with lots of details.
By Dirk Denoyelle
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