Where a moment before there was nothing in a particularly uninteresting spot, two slightly more interesting figures now stood. Distracted passers-by, and even the few who had been looking in the general direction of the now-occupied patch of sidewalk, did not even notice that a man and a woman had materialized out of thin air.
"Phew." The man, who was the very definition of lanky, removed his embroidered tourist hat and used it to mop his brow. "Don't believe I'll be doing that again anytime soon. From this moment on, we use mortal transportation."
"Mortal everything," the woman purred back. "Those are the rules. Although we'll have to make
Okay, I'm still alive. (Despite my lack of submissions since...what, Bloodbath?)
I am a lazy creature.
Somehow, I am also a perfectionist.
With that note, I would like to say that, as I now have new Legos, Photoshop (sort of), and knowledge of the new movie's beautiful, beautiful timeline, I am going to redo my Lego Les Mis series. And this time, I'm going to do it in chronological order. (Well, mostly. I'll post it in chronological order, anyway).
I've got the minifigs and scenes (if not the sets yet) planned up to "One Day More."
So. That said, does anyone have any tips on how to make a lego barricade?
What could possibly be better than having the house to yourself for several hours which you spend pretending you can tap dance and singing (/screeching) along to showtunes you haven't heard since middle school? And all this is while waiting for the next Pottermore clue?