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Saw some pics passing from a lego Audi Quattro showing original rally scenes of the 80ties and decided to remake my favorite rally photo. This photo featured the cover of the iconic book 'Rally Cars' by Reinhold Klein. All shots taken with the AF85F1.4 @F9 and a little bit of Photoshop applied

Juha Kankkunen - 1993 Safari Rally


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Toyota Celica ST185 GT4


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The rally books by Klein are nothing short of outstanding. I have three different ones - great to see you use it for this creative photography. Even if the ST185 is only recognizable by its colors, not its shape. But that's Lego... TFS   
 



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Originally posted by MichelvA MichelvA wrote:

The rally books by Klein are nothing short of outstanding. I have three different ones - great to see you use it for this creative photography.


Snap - picked them up in a discount shop of all places many, many years ago now but would never part with them; they're outstanding erads (and the images are pretty good as well!)

I think the images here do them suitable 'homage' given the limitations of Lego and it's rather angular shapes - though I guess they suit the Quattro more than the Celica! Nice piece of tabletop photography and inventive use of the Lego as well.

Thanks for sharing these and best regards, Neil.
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Thanks all for the nice comments. After three iterations this shape suited the best, keeping it at the right size for the Lego men and retaining the Lego clunky look. Did not stumble across many examples online so guess this Celica shape is indeed not really fitting. Guess my next car should be more boxy like the Metro 6R4, Celica Twin Cam Turbo or Nissan 240RS
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Post Options Post Options   Quote owenn01 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 May 2020 at 08:46
Metro 6R4 - now there's a car designed to look like it should be made from Lego!!! And a rather potent and underrated machine it was as well

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Ehm? The next one should of course be the Lancia Delta HF Integrale, what else?
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Or this one, which is also quite boxy:

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@Remko - I think you have enough proposals to keep you busy through this lockdown and several more after this one as well!

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Maybe all of these

Anyway, do whichever you feel like doing. I do appreciate all the pictures!
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