1 September 2019

2019 Parts Fest #1: Duncan Lindbo sings C is for Cookie

A little Sunday treat for you from Duncan Lindbo, as he continues his LEGO® Parts Festival explorations for us.

So there I was, staring at a pile of Vibrant Coral gears (Gear Wheel 6x6, Z14 – 6258385| 35446), trying to think of a MOC to make with them, when it struck me that they kind of look like a big splat (I’m not the first one to make this observation, I know). Then I tried to think of things with big pink splats on them, and the first thing that came to mind was a particular variety of cheap, disgusting, and totally delicious sugar cookie that pretty much every grocery store and supermarket around here has a generic variety of…



So I made some cookies. Two, in fact: one based around 1x3 bows (Brick W/Bow 1/3 – 50950), and one based around “baby bows” (Plate W. Bow 1X2X2/3 – 11477).


The smaller cookie is closer to the size of the real cookies, but isn’t quite as smooth a circle. Speaking of which, the circles in both cookies are fairly simply constructed.

Both are built out of two copies of the 'top'/'bottom' sections, and two copies of the sides. (At least in theory. The top and bottom of the big cookie aren’t identical, since one uses a 1x2 SNOT brick and the other, a 1x2x1 ⅔ SNOT brick, but that doesn’t really affect anything).

One neat thing about Vibrant Coral is that it fluoresces under a blacklight. I’d heard that that was the case somewhere before (here on New Elementary, or from a LEGO Store employee I think) and had to test it out myself. A word of caution, if your food glows like this, it’s probably not safe to eat.



As a final note, I was later told by my girlfriend that it’s not very nice to tell your significant other that you made cookies, when they are not, in fact, edible.


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1 comment:

  1. So, would the cookie incident cause a situation of… Lindbo's Limbo? *Drum roll.*

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