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3000+ Supporters and Bricks Magazine!
Thank you to the 3000+ supporters who also want to see Tintin and Snowy make it into the LEGO universe. Expect to see more from this Project to the coming weeks! Thank you to everyone who has reblogged or featured LEGO Tintin on their own websites, blogs and Facebook pages, but with just over 150 days left to go its going to take some work, so don’t forget to continue to share this project around as much as possible to get the message out there!
LEGO Tintin in Print!
A super special thanks to the LEGO fan publication Bricks, who in issue 12 of their magazine featured this project in an article about interesting LEGO Ideas projects. As a reader of both Bricks and Bricks Culture publications, it was a shock to find some of my work turn up inside one! If you want to pick yourself up a copy, you can do so here.
If you want to see more of this and other fictional minifigures from your favourite Films, TV shows, Games and Comics, then why not check out my Flickr account here.
Thanks for the continued support, All the Best!
Prof. Calculus, Staff Pick and 2000+ Votes!
Many have requested him, so he is The absent-minded genius scientist Cuthbert Calculus! (I actually made him the same time as the others but felt a set with 5 minifigures might be overkill.)
Thanks to everyone who's voted and share this project so far, the traction this project is gaining is great. Its awesome to see so many Tintin fans unite in reaching out to LEGO, showing them that there's an audience wanting to see Tintin & Co. in minifigure form, becoming part of the LEGO Universe. And to see any project I've created pop up on the front page as either a Staff Pick or a Popular This Week idea is always exciting.
If you want to see more of this and other fictional minifigures from Film, TV, Gaming and Comics, then why not check out my Flickr account here.
Thanks Again, Concore.