Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Lego Set

Prince and the Pauper set, Lego style

Lady Edith's Balcony

The Throne and the Prince's bedroom

The door and window by which Mum, Abby, and I spent a lot of time.

The Steps behind the balcony

Our "town" props - the wall and bench

Zeke had a lot of fun making this, and was quite insistent that I post these photos for all of you to enjoy. I'm sure he'd appreciate comments on this post. . . ;)



meg said...

Wow! That really looks like it!! It has everything. Nice job!

Anonymous said...

Not everything. There are no pillars over the throne, or curtains, or doors, but, you can't put everything.

Anonymous said...

that was Zeke.

alida and sonja said...

We were thoroughly impressed!(-Both of us)

I can't believe you did all of that, seems like so much work. (-Alida)

great job! (-Sonja)

Ashley said...

Way to go, Zeke! I'm very impressed. There's no way I'd have the patience for something like that, but I'm glad that you did it for all of us to see! :)
Thanks for posting this, Becky Girl.

Adam Nisbett said...

Impressive! Great work Zeke. Have there been any Lego reenactments yet?

Rebekah Grace said...

lol. Abby wanted to set it up on "Let's Toast", but I thought we should do "Simple Boy" with John standing on the table. ;)


justin said...

haha good idea. nice work zeke. that took a while i bet


Elaine said...

Yep. That's Zeke. Have Legos, will build. Good job, Zeke. I think you might need more Legos, tho.

Zeke said...

I don't think I need more, but, I'll take any that you want to give me. ;)

Nisbett Family said...

great job Zeke! We'll have to include you on the next set design team! Or on the Lego Robotics Team, which ever we do first!

Anonymous said...

Wow! that was a really good job! It looks just like the stage did!!! except in logo's!