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Stop-motion animation builders often have to resort to tricks to make the animation work. For example, they will use wires or other fasteners to attach models in certain positions in order to hold them in place while they move them. Many purists would avoid such techniques in a normal build but for animators there are larger overriding concerns. Cutting ...
You can just pull the torso and the legs of a minifigure apart, put a lego knife between the torso and the grooves of the legs and put it back together!
Personally, I consider the left hand correct, as you hand place a stud, an ice cream piece, or anything that is to be put on studs on the minifigure's hand.
I'm assuming you are referring to the One Piece anime series. There are no official Lego sets for the One Piece anime series. If there were, you'd have seen them in the Lego catalogs. Searching the web, I've found that there is a company called Diamond Blocks that has created One Piece sets. Strangely, they don't seem to have minifigs of the crew. You ...
You can go to this website of LEGO where they give you the parts you're missing. https://wwwsecure.us.lego.com/en-us/service/replacementparts?domainredir=service.lego.com
You can go on Firestartoys! They sell individual minifigures from all themes.
I don't have the Death Star, and haven't kept up with the latest figure development trends, so I can't be sure about this, but: Lego frequently updates parts. The new parts are sometimes considered new, and the old parts retired, but often the new parts are considered equivalent to the old parts. Lego then uses these new parts arbitrarily, wherever is most ...
I almost left a comment like "why hasn't someone written an app for that?" But then I googled and found there is an app for that (Android, iOS) and the folks who put it together have books and they developed a decent taxonomy for sifting minifigs. The app, lets you search by part and then find the minifigs that include that part. If you're not happy ...
It is indeed the manta warrior. It is one of the several undersea warriors in the theme, although it's discontinued.
You can go on Firestartoys.com. They sell a lot of minifigures, so you can assemble your minifigs from their pictures.
You could try filing it with a nailfile or sandpaper.
No, it's not normal. It would usually look exactly like it is on the lego website. I suggest you call the lego customer service.
I have 2 lego keychains, and in a few weeks, the legs are already mis-shaped and caved in. I think they are trying to save money by making their products not as strong as before.
There is a bootleg version of lego from china. If the minifigure print wears off in a few days, its bootleg.By the way, bootleg means fake.
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