Wallace & Gromit
Throughout my life, I've always loved the creations by Aardman animations. As a child, I spent a lot of my time watching the classics such as Creature Comforts and Chicken Run but the Aardman creation I watched the most was Wallace & Gromit. I watched the original 3 shorts so many times and fell in love with them. Even back then I tried to recreate scenes from the shorts out of Lego, not that my younger selfs creations looked anything like W&G but that didn't matter as a child, I just tried to combine my two favourite things, that being W&G and Lego. Travelling forward in time to today, I decided to revisit my younger selfs dream and try again to combine W&G and Lego. So after many weeks and months of hard work, I present to you, 'Lego Wallace & Gromit'! This set consists of 2,198 pcs and includes 5 brick built characters with many accessories to go along with them. Growing up on the original 3 shorts, I thought it only fitting to base my set off of those animations.
Shaun The Sheep
The Wrong Trousers
Cup Of Tea
Wallace: Posable head, shoulders, hands and feet, Movable eyes for expression and articulated fingers for holding accessories.
Gromit: Posable head, eyes and ears.
The Cooker: Posable arms, fingers and door flaps, rolling wheels and an opening drawer for tiding up the accessories.
Feathers Mcgraw: Posable arms and neck.
Shaun The Sheep: Posable head and eyes and ears
The Wrong Trousers: Posable legs and you are able to remove Wallace's torso and place it inside the Wrong Trousers ready for a late night jewel heist.
So here it is, my Lego Ideas project based off of Wallace and Gromit, I'm honestly so pleased with how this set turned out (it wasn't easy) I've also tried my best to make it work for both adults and children as there is plenty of playability with the set in its play features and movement but it also makes a nice display piece for those who just want to look at a Lego recreation of a crazy inventor and is trusty companion. I really do hope you like this set and please do support if you'd like to see this set become a reality. If you have any questions then ask away in the comments section, I'd love to hear them.
Thank you so much and I hope you have a 'cracking day'!