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Tyler Clites is an incredible builder, as evidenced by his many models on Flickr, but he has now turned to LEGO Ideas with his Stitch figure hoping to find it a home with many LEGO collectors.
Tyler writes on LEGO Ideas: “From Disney’s Lilo and Stitch, it’s everyone’s favorite genetic experiment, Stitch!
Stitch highly poseable. With 13 points of articulation he can truly capture the character and personality of Lilo’s lovable blue ‘dog’. He would make a great addition to anyone’s ohana with all the cuteness and charm and absolutely no destruction and mayhem. The overall design is quite simple making it perfect for kids and adult to build. At 7 inches tall he’d be right at home on a desk at the office or in a kid’s room. The ball joints and hinged elements make him easy to change from one pose to another. The design is also ready for adaptations like adding Stitch’s extra set of arms and antennas.
Ohana means family, and family means nobody gets left behind, or forgotten. So don’t forget to vote and make Stitch a part of the LEGO ohana.”
I remember watching “Lilo & Stitch” when it came out and really connecting with the movie. The main characters seemed so real and like they could be a family that you just had to feel for them. Stitch continues to be a personal favorite.
Tyler has shown the versatility of his Stitch model with a Halloween version, with Stitch dressed as Elvis – naturally, and also a Stitch for President poster. Be sure to support Tyler’s LEGO Ideas project if you want to be able to purchase this adorable little guy.
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