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posted by Dug North on 10/21/2009
Dug, thanks for posting my video. I'm a fan of your blog for a long time and I am so glad you've noticed my LEGO assembly.To be honest I have to say it is not an original idea of mine, but I relied on one of Iain Hendry (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8sngmU0YNOA). He has other interesting LEGO assemblies like this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4CgeANfhpE, and more in his youtube site.If you liked these videos also enjoy "superbird" assemblies:http://www.youtube.com/user/superbird28#p/u/1/zSsFlSEx3wkBest regards,Mario.
Here's a Lego Pop-up of Kinkaku-ji(Temple of the Golden Pavilion)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYlA3NV0rFAThe description is in Japanese ,but the maker talapz comments that he made it in 2 months.
Thanks for the post. This one is what I am looking for. Keep up the good work blogger.
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