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Broken lion with white lioness

caterscaters Member Posts: 6
edited August 2015 in Building and Techniques
The other day a door fell onto my bed meaning that I had to crawl out of there to get up. It broke my male lion in the process. My lioness is fine.

Here are the pieces I could find:

I don't remember how I attached the face to the body. The sloped pieces I used for the paws and I made relatively short legs. 

Here is my lioness:

I know I could refine it so that it looks more like a lioness but I just thought lion - mane = lioness as far as building it.


  • Pitfall69Pitfall69 Member Posts: 11,454
    I'm sorry, I can't get past a door falling on your bed.
  • mr.pigglesmr.piggles Member Posts: 325
    edited August 2015
    Lion - mane does = lioness but did the door take your lioness' head off or...? It's hard to tell what your lion looks like because it was smashed by a falling door, so it's hard to compare. I'd love to see it though. My first thought was sheep since it's a different color. Maybe a refinement could be a head? 
  • caterscaters Member Posts: 6
    No. Nothing broke off my lioness when the door fell, only the male broke.
  • caterscaters Member Posts: 6
    Well my male lion is now fixed. So here he is with my lioness:

  • MorkManMorkMan Member Posts: 900
    Glad that mystery has been solved. 
  • caterscaters Member Posts: 6
    Yeah, me too. 
  • mr.pigglesmr.piggles Member Posts: 325
    No head is a bold choice. Could be on someone's wall, I suppose. (Too soon?)
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