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Psych Lego by matt wolfe [cc]

Okay, so I have a bunch of different projects in the creative pipeline. Sometimes I focus on one until completion. Others have to be worked on little by little either because the process doesn't, or can't, afford a more rigorous pace, or because limitations on materials necessary for the creation of said project take time to acquire.

With that in mind, and in between working on wedding videos, I started collecting a bunch of pieces here and there to make this:

Psych in LEGO format. Enjoy!

PS. I'll probably add a few more pictures when I get some free time to take them.

Psych Lego cast: (top left to right) Woody, Chief Karen Vick, Henry, Buzz; (front left to right) Lassie, Juliet, Shawn, Gus T.T. Showbiz - the extra "T" is for extra talent.

The Blueberry - Gus's company car from Central Coast Pharmaceuticals. (Yes, due to scaling, the only two seats for are back-to-back as opposed to the actual Toyota Echo hatchback being a four-door, four-seat car. 

I posted this on Instagram and Twitter. A few of my friends like it on IG, and few random Lego fans. But on Twitter, it was pretty dead until Kirsten Nelson retweeted it as her #tbt (Throwback Thursday).

It should be noted that "yellow" Lego skin is supposed to be based on no racial or ethnic indicator. All humans are "yellow". The major exception to this rule is when Lego sets are licensed to a particular brand (ie, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, Ghostbusters, Lord of the Rings, Prince of Persia, etc), and that's when you see different human skin tones. So in this set everyone but Gus is yellow - would have been much harder and more expensive to track down all kinds of "white" or pinkish skin-tone heads and hands. But I couldn't have Gus be a yellow Lego. So he got a head and hands from an individual $17 Mace Windu Star Wars minifig that I ordered.