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(Some Guy With a Lot of Time)   Guy makes movie & comic heroes from Fisher-Price "Little People"   (quinnarama.com) divider line
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3969 clicks; posted to Main » on 29 Dec 2001 at 1:37 AM (18 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2001-12-29 1:39:21 AM  
umm...
 
2001-12-29 1:40:51 AM  
Actually they are pretty cool.
I thought it would be lame.
 
2001-12-29 1:41:20 AM  
Wierd. Buddy has too much time on his hands. Needs freinds.
 
2001-12-29 1:42:16 AM  
Yo, those are great! Most look like the real people. Check out the Simpsons and Indiana Jones. Willie Scott makes my PP stiff.
 
2001-12-29 1:43:31 AM  
Daisy Duke in the Dukes of Hazzard section is pretty hot, for a 2 inch tall, wooden chick.
 
2001-12-29 1:52:16 AM  
I'll be the first to complain about the fact that we've already seen this before. (At least the Simpsons part.)
 
2001-12-29 1:54:45 AM  
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2001-12-29 1:59:49 AM  
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2001-12-29 2:00:17 AM  
I am amazed that I was fortunate enough to be born into a time in which I can witness things like this. Amazed.
 
2001-12-29 2:03:16 AM  
Little people hehehehehe

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2001-12-29 2:10:07 AM  
It's kinda like the LEGO bible or LEGO Pron. I love it when people misuse toys...naughty Walken, that's not what a pingpong paddle is for!! Back to my point...um...
 
2001-12-29 2:42:12 AM  
this guy deserves a hero tag as far as i'm concerned!
 
2001-12-29 2:42:17 AM  
man this dude had to have put hundreds of hours into these things. amazing work on em too
rock the fark on
 
2001-12-29 3:18:29 AM  
okay here img.fark.net
 
2001-12-29 3:43:47 AM  
Simpsons: He made a one each for the twin girls, thats commitment.

--Gizmo, wondering where the Gizmo, Stripe, and "Generic Gremlins" figures are
 
2001-12-29 4:16:23 AM  
This guy knows how to waste time productively. I admire that kind of genius.
 
2001-12-29 5:05:54 AM  
It is so scary that it is rad.
 
2001-12-29 5:18:05 AM  
haha these are pretty funny. All except for Jar Jar Binks, that one might give me nightmares.

hmm where's Doctor Who?
 
2001-12-29 7:49:20 AM  
There's something wrong with this guy.
 
2001-12-29 10:37:00 AM  
I wonder if Wil appreciates his "Little People" likeness..
 
2001-12-29 2:22:26 PM  
Woohoo! Nice to see I finally got a link posted again...My old roommate sent this to me yesterday, and he commented on the amount of time this guy must have spent scavaging at garage sales & Goodwill stores to find all of those "little people". Not to mention the time to sculpt them, that's a lot of money spent in hobby stores on Sculpy...

No life man, makes me feel so much better about mine.

3Horn
 
2001-12-29 5:11:43 PM  
Pardon me while I rejoice...

I'M NOT THE BIGGEST LOSER IN THE UNIVERSE!!!!!
 
2001-12-29 6:58:14 PM  
YE FLIPPING GODS!
 
2001-12-29 7:48:25 PM  
Saints be praised! He used the GOOD version of Space Ghost!

ALL HAIL BRAK!!!
 
2001-12-29 8:42:58 PM  
Mouldy is better...
 
2001-12-29 10:19:55 PM  
I just got to see when he gets around to the "Red Dwarf" characters...
 
2001-12-29 11:29:37 PM  
LEGO PRON!!! HA AH HA. I saw that once, I can't believe I forgot about it. About the little people, I liked the Indiana Jones "Generic Nazis". Hah!
 
2001-12-29 11:35:18 PM  
This guy has obviously never been laid...EVER!!! Sad, truely sad. The Futurama one's were pretty cool though...
 
2001-12-30 12:38:06 AM  
Wow! He did Calvin and Hobbes! Many kudos to him.

Now he has to do Doonesbury. And Pogo.
 
2001-12-30 7:35:53 AM  
this one made me spew coffee on my keyboard:

[image from quinnarama.com too old to be available]

HAN IN CARBONITE
 
2001-12-30 9:55:59 AM  
That was cool!
 
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