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Mutant Escapee in Sector 13 . My third and final entry to the Flexible Figs contest. . Consisting of my personal favorite vignette out of the three, as well as my personal favorite flexible minifig out of the three. Although the scene itself isn't anything new in the world of Lego, but I have a nice flexible leg design to compensate for that. This is my flexible leg design, consisting of one white rubber band, two legs, three minifig hands, and a t-pin. The hands are there to keep the rubber band on the t-pin, as well as to keep the legs bend back. Just like the other two, I spent hours and hours working on this design, and I got so fed up that I found out something new: that a rubber band can fit through the hole in minifig leg. to do this, squeeze the rubber band (preferably the oiled type) into the hole from the outside of the leg. Keep pushing it in until you see the tip of the rubber band. Fit a toothpick or other pointy object into the loop that emerges on the inside of the leg and tug it out. Thanks for taking the time to check this out, I appreciate it, as well as any feedback you have.

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