Mask Stands

This is a mask stand that I built, primarily for protector-scale!


With a rotating function!

I have no idea where I got this piece from, though!

What mask stand do you use, if any? Feel free to discuss! :smile:

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That's pretty good, :smiley:

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Does it say "LEGO" anywhere on or inside that piece?

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That stand is amazing! If only you remembered it's origins...

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Not that I can find, but it does have a #2, but I can't find anything else!


From what I've come to understand, only Lego does that!

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uhh... what's with the weird colors?

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What do you mean "weird colors"?

It's all rainbow-y. Also, might try re-making this with the shield piece from Akida's stand. Pretty cool! :smiley:

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If you want to know how...
You need these parts! (Maybe not the "shield" part!


Optionally-colored pieces

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You're welcome! :stuck_out_tongue:

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If only I had bought more system...

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This is pretty neat!

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looks good, although I am 99.99% sure say that the way the mask connects is illegal, but that can be fixed with 2 1x1 bricks with hole and a friction 2 long pin (sorry I don't know actual names, didn't want to search them up)

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Yes, it is, but you can change it if you want! :smile:

Yeah, that's not a LEGO Piece. TLG would have placed some sort of indication, be it its logo on the studs or ©LEGO Group somewhere inside of the disk.

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Interesting! I still have no idea where it's from, but all I know is that it helps to keep it from moving unwillingly! :smile:

I have that shield

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Really? Can you recall where you got it? :smiley:

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Mmm, sadly not specifically. I got it from a general Lego parts bin when I was, like, five.

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I did too, from what I can recall! :smiley:

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I thought this would Be a Stand with a Mask on