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Basic Brick Experiment #1 . An experiment to discover what can be done with the most humble of parts. . Notes: An experiment to see what I could do with basic bricks– didn't start with anything in mind, just messed around until I noticed how much a certain configuration looked like a beard. The rest of the figure sort of flowed out of that. There are no pieces used other than basic bricks with two exceptions, one being the window frame mouth and the other being the baseplate that the figure is on for balance. It's not much, but I'm intrigued to learn the answer to the following question: What emotion is this person expressing? Comments (especially those answering the above question) and ratings are greatly appreciated!

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