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#1 Offline Nukaya

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Posted Nov 05 2012 - 05:33 PM

Another LEGO running shoe! This one is being donated to Creations for Charity 2012, where, once it is posted, you can purchase it and help underprivileged children get LEGO sets.I used orange and blue this time because yay, obnoxious colour pairings! Compared to my first shoe, I think this is vastly improved.Posted Image
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#2 Offline Kimiko Kusanagi

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Posted Nov 05 2012 - 05:45 PM

Cool! I dunno, I like both of them. This one looks more like average shoes do, IMO, whereas the first looks like specialized running flats.
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#3 Offline Sumiki

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Posted Nov 05 2012 - 09:10 PM

This is a great improvement on your first shoe. I'm especially fond of the orange-and-white stripe on the side, which I think adds a lot of character.The only improvement suggestion I could make might be to add some cheese slopes and tiles to some sections, just to vary the texture a bit. Overall, though, great job!
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#4 Offline Nukaya

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Posted Nov 05 2012 - 10:35 PM

This is a great improvement on your first shoe. I'm especially fond of the orange-and-white stripe on the side, which I think adds a lot of character.The only improvement suggestion I could make might be to add some cheese slopes and tiles to some sections, just to vary the texture a bit. Overall, though, great job!

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