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Snoopy and Woodstock: Comic Legends


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On October 4th, 1950, a legend was born. That was the day that snoopy first appeared in the now iconic comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles Schulz. From then on, snoopy continued to gain fame, and is now one of the most recognizable comic characters of all time! For a long time I have felt that Peanuts and Lego would be a perfect combination, and now after a year of putting it off I finally decided to take matters into my own hands! This year is also the 70th anniversary of peanuts, so what better time to release a set based upon this timeless classic!

With this project I tried my best to replicate the key details of these two iconic characters, and the dog house that they so often occupied. As of right now they are both static, but I am working on adding articulation to at least snoopy. Snoopy and Woodstock can also both fit in the doghouse, although it's a bit of a tight squeeze. Snoopy uses 80 pieces, Woodstock uses 11, and the doghouse uses 250 for a grand total of 341 pieces, which would come to the very affordable price of about $30!!!

Thank you for checking out my project! I appreciate any and all support, and welcome constructive criticism, so please, if you have ideas, don't hesitate to let me know, and I will try to implement them if I can. Also, if you want this set to become a reality, please share wherever you can, and help spread the word!

Thanks -MickeyD

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