Archive for the ‘Miniature’ Tag

South Park – The Bus Stop   Leave a comment

In Fall 2017, McFarlane Toys released the South Park Construction Sets. Here’s the iconic bus stop.

12876 – South Park Construction Sets – The Bus Stop

Music:
South Park: The Game (1999) – Roaming

I’m done.

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South Park – Mr. Garrison’s Classroom   Leave a comment

In Fall 2017, McFarlane Toys released the South Park Construction Sets. Here’s Mr. Garrison’s Classroom.

12899 – South Park Construction Sets – Mr. Garrison’s Classroom

Music:
South Park: The Stick of Truth – Counselor’s Office (Elementary School) Music Theme

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South Park – PC Principal’s Office   Leave a comment

In Fall 2017, McFarlane Toys released the South Park Construction Sets. Here’s PC Principal’s Office.

12877 – South Park Construction Sets – PC Principal & Principal’s Office

Music:
Hootie & the Blowfish – Hold My Hand (Midi Version)

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South Park – Cartman’s Basement from The Fractured But Whole   Leave a comment

In Fall 2017, McFarlane Toys released the South Park Construction Sets. 4 of these sets were most likely tie-ins to “The Fractured But Whole” game and centers around the kids playing superhero in Cartman’s basement.

12861 – South Park Construction Sets – Human Kite & Super Computer
12862 – South Park Construction Sets – Toolshed & Top Bad Guys Board
12863 – South Park Construction Sets – Professor Chaos & Holding Cell
12869 – South Park Construction Sets – Cartman, Kenny & Token & Cartman’s Basement (GameStop Exclusive)

Music from South Park: The Fractured But Whole Game:
We Need A Hero (Create Your Character Theme)
The New Kid’s/Cartman’s House Theme
Main Menu Theme
The Coon League Meeting Theme

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Nanoblock – Statue of Liberty   Leave a comment

I believe I bought this in 2015. I finally found time to build it. This took two hours.

Construction of Lady Liberty began in 1870 but was delayed many times due to fundraising issues. While the rest of the statue was still being designed, the head and the torch holding arm toured the world in an effort to gain support for the completion of the statue. After many fundraising efforts, including one by Joseph Pulizer, the publisher of the New York World paper, the statue was dedicated on October 28, 1886.

Today, a ferry service is provided to take tourists out to visit the statue, Provided it is not being renovated, tourists can stop by the museum housed in the pedestal and if they are feeling particularly athletic, climb the staircase all the way to the observatory in the crown.

I’m done.