In the wake of the Academy Awards, I figured I'd take the time to honor one of Hollywood's all-time greats, Clint Eastwood, as he appeared in Sergio Leone's classic film The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. I had to play with the colors a little, since the original had too many subtle shades of tan/brown to represent correctly in the Lego palette.
Quoting Elk Guard
You see, in this world there's two kinds of people, my friend: Those with loaded guns and those who dig. You dig.
That's definitely one of the most memorable lines from the movie. I almost chose Kurt Russell as Wyatt Earp instead of Clint as a subject, because he gets to deliver one of the best lines in the history of Westerns - "You tell 'em I'm coming... and hell's coming with me!"
Thanks. While I'm mostly satisfied with the result, there are a few details that are wrong, and could be improved, and I'd really like to find a way to get the desert background from the original picture into the scene (I gave up on that after trying unsuccessfully for several hours).
Quoting Didier B
I really like it though there is something that disturbs me with Clint's eyes...
The eyes level difference is probably too big in my opinion.
By the way it's a really really good creation !
Thanks. I may have exaggerated his squint somewhat, but that offset look to his eyes was one of his trademarks, at least in the Westerns that he did.
Quoting Blaine R.
My favorite actor from my favorite movie of all time! Outstanding work!
Clint is one of my favorites as well, both as an actor and as a director. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly was my favorite Western as well, until Clint bettered it with Unforgiven. Not only was Clint great in that one, but so were Gene Hackman and Morgan Freeman.