Awesome figures! nothing more to say, its perfection!
Funny how someone here is "offended" by breats COVERED(!) with hair/hands and claims unsuitable for younger audience. I think the builder did everything here to make it suitable for all audiences. cheers, ron.
ELBOWS! I completely missed those the first time through, but I am so glad that you were MOTD'd so quickly so that I could have another chance to notice them. It might seem strange that I'm obsessing over those rather than, say, ball-caps (which are a little oddly placed, even if the rest of the brick-work is perfect) but I think that the skeleton-arm-in-a-cylinder technique could potentially be very useful to me on my own, smaller-scale figures, which I have been unable to give jointed limbs in the past.
Personally, I find it very offensive that I can't tell if the belly-buttons on the figures are an inny or an outty. I mean com'on, the piece goes out, and then in.... I don't get it. I think this can confuse our young ones, and can lead to belly-button insecurity disorder, or BBID, a very serious but underdiagnosed problem in our society.
P. Andrei, you're a real artist and you perfectly understand the shapes of a body and the ways to "translate" it in lego bricks.
Art doesn't wait to obtain permission of self-proclamed moral autority to exist. Art IS...and that's all. Haters, deal with it.
I'm sorry, but I feel inclined to be against this. Yes, you did a fine job with the pieces, and the figures are quality, but I feel as though this should not be allowed without a warning to kids that this may not be appropriate, at the very least. All of the figures, beautiful as they may be, are suggestive and contain content which is not appropriate for children. You are very skilled with the pieces you use, but I wish you would use them in different ways than how you are. Thank you.