I have three more Monofigure Habitats to show you today, Ms Green The Mermaid, Mr Medium Nougat The Baker and Mr Yellow, the Pharaoh.
The Mermaid is sitting at the bottom of the ocean surrounded by seaweed, an old ship’s wheel and some bubbles heading for the surface. She’s about to bite into a tasty apple, but I’m not sure where she found that under the water!
The Baker has been busy baking pretzels for his customers. The bakery also features some baguettes, some jars of flour on the shelf and a rather alarming looking spider hoping to gather a few crumbs!
This Pharaoh was obviously very important, because he has been interred in a very ornate pyramid. I got the hidea for this habitat from the excellent headdress piece, and everything else followed from there. The walls are decorated with frescoes but the poor pharaoh appears to be roaming around inside – perhaps he’s on the lookout for grave-robbing archeologists!
My first six Monofigure Habitats were all designed physically first, but as I got further into the project, I decided to use Stuid.io to design the Habitats before ordering the pieces I needed. The programme has the option to just show pieces in one specific colour, which was invaluable for being able to see the more unusual elements which were available to make each model. I’ve been juggling BrickLink wish lists for months now! Some of you asked if you will see more than three habitats stacked together – the answer is yes. But not yet, as I don’t whant to spoil the reveal of the finished project, which ist still in progress!