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LEGO in Real Life: Creating a classic duck pull toy in LEGO stop motion

A boy creates a wooden duck pull toy in a woodworking workshop, but the materials aren’t wood. It’s all LEGO… even some of the tools and the paint. This new stop-motion animation from Brick Bros Productions riffs off of a classic LEGO duck pull toy that was designed and built by JK Brickworks in March 2018.

You, too, can build this handsome duck. JK Brickworks shared a building guide and parts list on his site. He shows how it works, too:

Next: Don’t miss the Brick Bros’ first LEGO in Real Life animation. Plus, watch Paint, a short LEGO film and LEGO Adventure in the City.

via The Awesomer.

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