It's that time of year again! The holiday season! Turkeys and hams need to be baked, shipped and delivered. The turkeys arrive as frozen blocks of meat down the processing chamber onto the conveyor belt, slowly cooked at a high temperature, then packaged for delivery. I didn't get to make this until two weeks ago since my last semester didn't end until Christmas so it's a little out of season. Hope you guys enjoy it!
Wow! This is better than Soilent Green! I love the smoke comming out of the big red oven. You have really packed a lot of detail into a very small foot print, and your pictures are clear and bright. Well done. Attack!
what I like about it, is, how you denounce how we don t know what we eat nowadays, it s not turkey at all, it s cooked 'paste', xd, it s heavily 'processed' food, xd, and it s where we re at now, it s not what it looks like, soylent green! xd, aside from that, it s very clean, beautiful, nicely colored, stylish, and done with flair, bravo!
A facinating scene. I like how there are high-tech robot arms for some jobs but the workers still have to lift boxes around. I like the ladder, though I'm worried by the chap who balanced up by the crane!
Have you seen and offered your SUPPORT to my LEGO CUUSOO Project: HAPPY DAYS yet? I have 21 SUPPORTERS so far I need 9979 more (10,000) for LEGO to consider producing it! THANKS in advance, Nick http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/56806
What I loved about this one is you honored the factory workers across the world! You gave them a major part in history as seen through LEGO! My mom was a seamstress in a "sweatshop" so I know the hard work factory workers go through! I'd love for you to submit this to the FOOD NETWORK as well as their sister channel: THE COOKING NETWORK! It's that good!