Extremely posable, this twenty eight piece dog is modeled after the white dog in the new Lego Universe commercials. I have added instructions (not like you'd need them,) but I wanted to experiment with that feature. The dog is not minifigure scale, but makes a great display piece. Enjoy!
About this creation
This is an image of the dog I based this off of. It is terribly out of scale and modified in the commercials, but the pieces are, in essence, the same.
Hey! That's pretty nifty! You have a lot of control panel pieces! Great job!
Quoting Commander Spencer
Also, why did you put the hands where the eyes are?
With a lack of eyebrows, pupils, or even an emotive eye shape, the minifig hands lend a bit of emotion to the eyes. They create a bit more depth to the eyes, allowing for more interesting and interpretable shadows, as well as creating an "eyebrow" shape above the eyes that can be "sculpted" into various expressions of emotion. Try not to view them as "hands". Every Lego element is not exclusive to it's molded purpose.