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The Lobby: An Entry to the Flexible Figs . The second entry out of the three I must complete for the Flexible Figs contest. As I suggested, I made this entry Matrix-themed. . As I suggested I would, I made this entry of a scene from the Matrix, specifically, the lobby scene. If you've seen the movie, you'll know what I'm talking about. I'm not as proud of this vignette as I am of my last one, but my pride and joy on this entry is the minifig, which took hours and hours to figure out. I had to think outside the box to make his pose. The idea for the offset of these battered plates was given to me by Titolian's "Frankenstein's Lab" . The reason the plates are scratched is because old gray is...well, old. And here is "Neo". I had to use a horizontal 1/3 hinge attached to his torso by a hand wedged into his backbone. I used the rubber band to fill some gaps. I apologize for the non-upload of my new Vic Viper that I promised last week. My parents got divorced a while back, and recently my mom bought and moved into a new house. She also took the computer that had the VV photos on it. Luckily, I upload most of my material on to my Flickr account befor5e it goes onto MOCpages, so you can find pictures of the "Kelma" HERE , they should be on the fourth page. Thank you for taking the time to check this out, now I can get to work on my third entry.

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