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Wild Encounters
WildEncounters
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Wild Encounters is a project on LEGO CUUSOO created by Wrinkledog on May 14th, 2012. It is about bringing new animals to the LEGO world, though it will require many new molds to be made which lowers its chances of passing in the review. 


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I find it a strange fact that literally thousands of different minifigs populate the world of Lego, and only a handfull of animals are around. It really is time that the animals caught up. This idea is to add animal family units to help fill in the world of Lego. Most all of the packs I envision would have a male, a female, and some baby critters.

From Town to Castle and beyond, most Lego themes could benefit from having more critters.

I have expanded this project from my original 3 designs to include animals from all over the world.

I will continue to update this project with more critter families as my time allows.

I have a Flickr location to host more images for this project... Please check out the images here: Wild Encounters

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This small tower of Giraffes are out enjoying the early morning sun.

In keeping with the theme of mounts, I created the adult Giraffes so they could wear a saddle. You can see an image of my scale mini-fig riding the Giraffes here: Giraffe Scale

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This dazzle of Zebras is enjoying the sunny afternoon in the tall Savannah grass.

In keeping with the theme of mounts, I created the adult Zebras so they could wear a saddle. You can see an image of my scale mini-fig riding the Zebra here: Zebra Scale

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The Donkeys are enjoying the time munching daffodils in the meadow.

I created the Adult donkeys so they could wear a saddle. You can see an image of my scale mini-fig riding the donkey here: Donkey Scale

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The idea behind the horse herd, was to show how an animal family looks like with non custom parts.


I have many more critter families created, To see the Deer Family Click Here:
Deer Family
To see the Elk Family Click Here:
Elk Family
To see the Moose Family Click Here:
Moose Family
To see the Cheetah Family Click Here:
Cheetah Family
To See the Kangaroo Family Click Here:
Kangaroo Family
To see the Lion Family Click Here:
Lion Family
I set up the male lion so he could wear a saddle.
You can view my scale Mini-Fig proudly riding the lion here:
Lion Scale
To see the White Tiger Family click here:
To See the Orange Tiger Family Click Here:
White Tigers
To See the Orange Tiger Family Click Here:
Orange Tigers
You can view my scale Mini-Fig enjoying riding the Tigers here:
Tiger Scale
To See the Wolf Family Click Here:
Wolf Family
To see the Sheep Family Click Here:
Sheep Family
I set up the adult sheep so the wool fleece could be removable. This can be viewed here:
Sheep Fleece
To See the Wild Boar Family Click Here:
Wild Boar Family




I want to thank Eurobricks for featuring this project on the front page of their website, during the week of June 12.

I also want to thank the thebrickblogger.com for featuring this project on their website June 19th.

I want to also thank the Lego Cuusoo team for choosing this project as a staff pick of the day on their Facebook Page July 19th, and again on September 30th.

I also would like to send a thank you to Brick Ultra for choosing Wild Encounters as the Cuusso of the week Jan 6th to the 12th



This message was written by the LEGO CUUSOO Team. Do not modify the message in any way.

Congratulations on 1,000+ Supporters!

2013.02.20


What LEGO® Minifigure wouldn't want to ride a giraffe, or a zebra, or even a lion? These animals could open up a whole new world for builders looking to create different themes and settings. Great job putting it all together!


Good luck on your journey to 10,000 supporters!
The LEGO CUUSOO Team
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