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    Hello LEGO fans..  It’s been a little over a year since Jeff and I started working on our first book, The Ultimate Guide to Collectible LEGO Sets: Identification and Price Guide.  Well, after a year and a half, the book is now available at retail and is selling briskly.  We would like to thank everyone who has bought a copy and hope you have enjoyed the book.  Krause Publishing did a very nice job with our book in my opinion and is seeing strong sales, strong enough to ask us to do a second book.

    The new book will concentrate on the classic LEGO minifigure (...and maxifigure) and their values and unique features that make them valuable on LEGO secondary marketplaces.  The book will be done in a similar fashion as our first book...basically including most major LEGO themes and the important minifigures from each theme.  We are looking to discuss hundreds of special minifigures and will have a price guide that covers many of the major minifigures.  

    But unlike our first book which gravitated towards more text and analysis than pictures, this book will make the photos of the minifigures the focal point of the book.  This book will be a hardcover book, with higher quality images and page finish.  While there will be plenty of data and analysis, the publisher wanted to put LEGO minifigures in “creative LEGO” and “real world” scenes or dioramas, besides having the traditional body shot of a minifigure found on Brickset or Bricklink.  

    The creations of French photographer, Samsofy Pardugato, is an excellent example of mixing real world situations with LEGO minifigures and coming up with a dynamic photograph.  Here are a few of his works and you can check out more example here…

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    A person can also create a wonderful photograph with just LEGO sets, pieces and minifigures.  Here are examples illustrating such techniques…

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    As I stated above, there will be dozens and dozens of important, unique and valuable minifigures discussed in the book and not all will receive special treatment, but quite a few will and this is where Jeff and I need YOUR help.  We need the help of those LEGO fans and collectors out there that have a creative flair for photography and we are willing to offer fame and fortune for it...LOL.

    Jeff and I are going to run LEGO photography “contest” for any person who wants to give it a shot.  We are looking for people to come up with “creative LEGO” and “real world” scenes or dioramas for each one of the below themes:

    • ADVENTURERS
    • AGENTS/ULTRA AGENTS
    • ATLANTIS/AQUA RAIDERS
    • AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER
    • BATMAN
    • BIONICLE
    • CASTLE
    • CITY
    • COLLECTIBLE MINIFIGURES(CMFs)
    • COMIC CON, TOY FAIR & CONVENTION
    • CREATOR
    • DIMENSIONS
    • DINO/JURASSIC WORLD
    • DISNEY PRINCESSES
    • ELVES
    • EXO-FORCE
    • FRIENDS
    • HARRY POTTER
    • HERO FACTORY
    • IDEAS/CUUSOO
    • INDIANA JONES
    • LEGENDS OF CHIMA
    • LORD OF THE RINGS/THE HOBBIT
    • MONSTER FIGHTERS
    • NINJAGO
    • PIRATES/PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN
    • POWER MINERS
    • RACERS
    • SCOOBY-DOO
    • SEASONAL
    • SPACE
    • SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS
    • STAR WARS
    • SUPERHEROES
    • TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES
    • THE LEGO MOVIE
    • THE LONE RANGER
    • THE SIMPSONS
    • TOY STORY
    • MAXIFIGURES
    • VINTAGE PRE 2000 MINIFIGURES
    • MISCELLANEOUS MINIFIGURES and THEME
    • COUNTERFEITS

    Each new chapter will have one of these creative LEGO minifigure action scenes or dioramas attached to it in some manner, whether it’s in the introduction or later in the chapter.  Some major themes might have multiple “special” images.  These creations should include one or more minifigures from that theme.  That is really the only rule for these images.  They have to have theme based minifigures in the photos.  

    Besides the major creative layouts in each chapter, we will discuss dozens and dozens of other important minifigures that require high quality photos.  Examples of these can be seen here:

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    These can also be creative in nature, but they don’t have to be.  Sometimes, a quality high resolution photo of a cool minifigure speaks volumes. Specific minifigures that will be discussed in the book will be released to those who are interested by contacting Jeff or I.  I have a list for each theme and will be looking for quite a few to be honest.  Feel free to share any ideas that you have.  

    As for the contest itself, there will be various prizes.  First off, each person who sends in a photograph that gets accepted by the publishers to use in the chapter introductions, which focus on real life images & LEGO dioramas, will get a “Limited Edition” book and a special call out in the book.  Basically, there will be a small bio for each person who submits winning photos in the book.  Each one of these “special” photos will  have a title and breakdown of minifigures in the image, so we can make a proper “blurb or call out” on the page.  The photographer’s name will also accompany these images.  

    The TOP TEN images (in any form) that we receive will win a $100.00 LEGO or Amazon Gift Certificate each.  Judging will be done by the publishers and one person can win multiple prizes for multiple submissions.  There will be a BRICKPICKER GRAND PRIZE WINNER of a $500.00 LEGO or Amazon Gift Card.  This award will be chosen by Jeff and I and will go to the person who go above and beyond everyone else.  Maybe it’s a few exceptional photos.  Maybe it’s about dozens of solid images that can be used in the minifigure write ups and analysis or any combination thereof.  We will take a look at all submissions and all will be taken into consideration, tracked and figured into the final judging.

    Lastly, I just want to say that Jeff and I want to make this a special LEGO “community” book.  We fought hard to make it a hardcover and upscale, visual book.  Here is an opportunity to make some money and gain some recognition as well.  Many of you are way more talented than Jeff and I and can create custom MOCs and images that we can only dream of making.  Now is the time to show off your creativity and let the world see your creations.

    This contest will start immediately and run through the end of January at this point.  Changes in the schedule will be dependent on response from LEGO fans, but we will need time to sort through the images and put them together for the book publishers.  Winners will be announced in late Spring, after the publishers put out a rough draft of the book.  The book will be available for purchase next Fall.  Please, any questions or ideas, please ask and Jeff and I (and Krause Publishing) will try to answer them.   Good luck and happy photographing...

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    PHOTOGRAPHY SUBMISSION GUIDELINES 

    • Camera used MUST be MINIMUM of 5-8 megapixels. 
    • Camera should be set at the highest resolution. 
    • All files must be in TIF or JPG format. 
    • DO NOT Compress Image Files. If you are trying to shrink the file size, please Zip the file
    • Download the photo release form. All submissions require a filled out and signed photo release form to be considered for the photo contest.  You can email the filled out and signed release to [email protected].  If you need a fax number, I will post one as well.

    I will be posting a link to a form here for you to submit your photos.  All the submissions will not be publicly viewable.  We will be submitting them to the publisher.  Please do not post your creative works here on the site or anywhere else.

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    What if I have a lot of images or a lot of very large files to send?
    If you have images that you want to send and they are large, we do have a WeTransfer Account that you can utilize.  Feel free to go there and send us the photos and signed photo release forms here.  Send as many as you need!!  It is very simple to use!
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    The above pictures are great for the individual minifigure discussion/analysis and would work well in portions of the book, but we would like to mix in some custom shots as well.  Here are some more creative examples of how you can make a common Collectible Minifigure like Medusa or Bumblebee Girl a more interesting photograph and one that would work well in this book....

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    Can a photograph have minifigures/bigfigs/dinos from different franchises? Cos' I have an idea which consists of characters of different franchises.

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    7 hours ago, VIPTechKid96 said:

    Can a photograph have minifigures/bigfigs/dinos from different franchises? Cos' I have an idea which consists of characters of different franchises.

    I don't see why not.  If LEGO is involved, the photo is creative and relative to what we are trying to accomplish, that is fine.  In the end, it will be up to the publishers to decide what photos make it in the book.

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    Here's a question - can we do minifigs mute MOC's? For I use all authentic Lego parts to make a wholly new creation, would you want that?

    For example, it might be using authentic parts to create a superhero that doesn't current exist as a mini figure.

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    I have a few questions regarding this contest and would appreciate it greatly if one of you could reply. 

    First off: Can I submit a picture that I have already uploaded to another site like Flickr?

    And second: Can I add visual enhancements and effects (eg. glowing eyes, si-fi lasers etc...) to my photo? Or does it all have to be in-camera?

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    54 minutes ago, Tjcjmay said:

    I have a few questions regarding this contest and would appreciate it greatly if one of you could reply. 

    First off: Can I submit a picture that I have already uploaded to another site like Flickr?

    And second: Can I add visual enhancements and effects (eg. glowing eyes, si-fi lasers etc...) to my photo? Or does it all have to be in-camera?

    My personal opinion and Ed can voice his own if he feels differently.

    1. We would prefer unpublished photos.  We don't want people to say or feel that they have seen the photos on Flickr/Internet already.  We will not be sharing any of the submitted photos until the book is published so that it can be fun to see what made it into the book.

    2. To me you can do post processing.  I think that would be fun and add a lot to a photo if done the right way!!

    3 hours ago, puvel said:

    What if one of the pictures gets chosen but isn’t used in the chapter introductions? 

    Like many other books, depending on the amount of photos that are submitted, there can be extra areas of the book where great shots that might not be right for the chapters but for other areas.  This would be a good problem to have.

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    3 hours ago, Prairie said:

    Are Belville and Technic figures excluded, only minifigures or maxifigures? Meh.

    I will let Ed answer this one, he is the resident Editor in Chief :)

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    I just wanted to share a special moment I just had with those of you that are thinking of contributing and would really like to see your published work on the store shelves.  Today was finally the first day I got to go to a store and see if the book was available.  I got to say it was a pretty surreal moment to walk down the isle and then see your name on the spine mixed in with the rest. It was a lot of work, but in the end I am grateful that we were giving the opportunity and this next book will be even better.

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    15 hours ago, Jeff Mack said:

    I don't see why not.  If LEGO is involved, the photo is creative and relative to what we are trying to accomplish, that is fine.  In the end, it will be up to the publishers to decide what photos make it in the book.

    Shouldn't the winners also get a copy of the book? Some people lives in countries where the book cannot be found.

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    12 minutes ago, VIPTechKid96 said:

    Shouldn't the winners also get a copy of the book? Some people lives in countries where the book cannot be found.

    That was already stated in the original post above...

    First off, each person who sends in a photograph that gets accepted by the publishers to use in the chapter introductions, which focus on real life images & LEGO dioramas, will get a “Limited Edition” book and a special call out in the book.

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    17 hours ago, Prairie said:

    Are Belville and Technic figures excluded, only minifigures or maxifigures? Meh.

    I might include Bellville in a chapter that combines many of the larger and vintage minifigures.  Technic is also a possibilty, but their minifigures are basic and not that valuable.  If you are talking about the new "constraction" sets like the 75111 Darth Vader, that is not going to be in the book.  I'm going to post a basic outline of the chapters later today and it will show a basic breakdown of what will be in the book.

     

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    16 hours ago, Alpinemaps said:

    Here's a question - can we do minifigs mute MOC's? For I use all authentic Lego parts to make a wholly new creation, would you want that?

    For example, it might be using authentic parts to create a superhero that doesn't current exist as a mini figure.

    Yes, there will be a custom minifigure chapter.  Listen, I can tell you that if people come up with some kick ass custom stuff, we will find a place to put it.  I will go with the flow and morph to whatever people are turning in.

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    Here is a basic Table of Contents and a list of the main minifigures I want to include in the book.  This is not set in stone.  I can adapt and change things at will.  I need individual photos of all of these minifigures.  They can be a standard  hi res shots or creative action shots.  Let me know if you have any other suggestions or questions.  Thanks...

                                                                  

    1. INTRODUCTION

    2. ADVENTURERS

      1. Achu

      2. Dragon Fortress Guardian (Bat Helmet, Armor)

      3. Pharaoh Hotep

    3. AGENTS/ULTRA AGENTS

      1. Slime Face

      2. Dr. D.  Zaster

      3. Claw-Dette

      4. Professor Brainstein (with Mech Suit)

      5. Sharx

      6. AntiMatter

    4. ATLANTIS

      1. Temple Statue (Poseidon)

      2. Lobster Guardian

      3. Squid Warrior

      4. Hammerhead Warrior

      5. Manta Warrior

      6. Shark Warrior

    5. AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER

      1. Prince Zuko

      2. Aang

      3. Sokka

      4. Firebender

    6. BATMAN

      1. Alfred the Butler

      2. Robin

      3. Nightwing

      4. Mr. Freeze

      5. Catwoman

      6. Batman (Light Blue Grayish Suit with Dark Blue Mask)

      7. Killer Croc

      8. Bane

      9. The Joker

      10. Scarecrow

      11. Two Face (Plain White Hips)

      12. Bruce Wayne

      13. Harley Quinn (White Hands)

      14. The Riddler (with Jetpack Assembly)

      15. The Penquin

      16. Poison Ivy

    7. CASTLE

      1. Gold Knight (Fantasy Era)

      2. Forestman 1 & 2 (Dark Forest)

      3. Good wizard with Cape (Fantasy Era)

      4. Dragon Knight (Armor with Chain, Helmet and Visor-Kingdoms)

      5. Troll (Sand Green with Black Armor-Fantasy Era)

    8. CITY

      1. Shuttle Astronaut (With NASA sticker on torso-set 1682))

      2. RED SOX pattern (promo)

    9. COLLECTIBLE MINIFIGURES(CMFs)

      1. Series 1-Nurse

      2. Series 1-Zombie

      3. Series 1-Circus Clown

      4. Series 1-Demolition Dummy

      5. Series 2-Pharaoh

      6. Series 2-Spartan Warrior

      7. Series 3-Gorilla Suit Guy

      8. Series 3-Elf

      9. Series 4-Hockey Player

      10. Series 4-Hazmat Guy

      11. Series 5-Lizard Man

      12. Series 5-Royal Guard

      13. Series 6-Roman Soldier

      14. Series 6-Lady Liberty

      15. Series 7- Bunny Suit Guy

      16. Series 7-Bride

      17. Series 8- Fairy

      18. Series 8-Actor

      19. Series 9-Cyclops

      20. Series 9-Chicken Suit Guy

      21. Series 9-Waiter

      22. Series 10-Mr. Gold

      23. Series 10-Bumblebee Girl

      24. Series 10-Medusa

      25. Series 11-Grandma

      26. Series 11-Scarecrow

      27. Series 12-Piggy Guy

      28. Series 12-Spooky Girl

      29. Series 13-Hot Dog Man

      30. Series 13-Unicorn Girl

      31. Team GB-Brawny Boxer

      32. Team GB-Horseback Rider

      33. Team GB-Wondrous Weighlifter

      34. Team GB-Relay Runner

      35. The Simpsons- Mr. Burns

      36. The Simpsons-Grandpa Simpson

      37. The Simpsons 2-Comic Book Guy

      38. The Simpsons 2-Dr. Hibbert

      39. The LEGO Movie-William Shakespeare

      40. The LEGO Movie-Panda Guy

      41. The LEGO Movie-Gail the Construction Worker

      42. The LEGO Movie-Calamity Drone

    10. COMIC CON, TOY FAIR & CONVENTION

      1. Iron Man (2012 Toy Fair)

      2. Captain America (2012 Toy Fair)

      3. Green Arrow (2013 SDCC)

      4. Spider-Woman (2013 SDCC)

      5. Bizarro (2012 SDCC)

      6. Shadow Leonardo (2012 NYCCC)

      7. Batman (2011 NYCCC)

      8. Green Lantern (2011 NYCCC)

      9. Superman (2011 NYCCC)

      10. Shazam (2012 SDCC)

      11. Yoda (I Love NY-TRU Times Square)

      12. Spiderman (In black Symbiote costume-2012 SDCC)

      13. Jean Grey (2012 SDCC)

      14. Azog (2013 SDCC)

      15. Battle Damaged Kranng (2012 NYCCC)

      16. Superman (Black Costume-2013 SDCC)

      17. Batman of Zur-En-Arrh (2014 SDCC)

    11. EXO-FORCE

      1. Hitomi

      2. Ha-Ya-To - Gold Torso Pattern

      3. Ryo-Gate Guard

      4. Takeshi (8113)

    12. HARRY POTTER

      1. Luna Lovegood

      2. Bellatrix Lestrange, Black Dress, Long Black Hair

      3. Ginny Weasley, Light Bluish Gray Knitwear, Dark Red Legs with Pocket Pattern

      4. Mad-Eye Moody, Peg Leg

      5. Voldemort, Glow In Dark (Undetermined Color) Head, (Undetermined Color) Dementor Style Cape

      6. Viktor Krum, Shark Head

      7. Death Eater, Light Bluish Gray Dementor Style Cape

      8. Professor Dolores Umbridge******

      9. Professor Snape, Flesh Head

      10. Professor Trelawney******

      11. Dumbledore (Light Flesh Version)

      12. Professor Lupin / Werewolf

      13. Sirius Black

      14. Peter Pettigrew

      15. Hermione, Gryffindor Stripe Torso w/ Necklace, Dark Bluish Gray Leg

    13. INDIANA JONES

      1. Indiana Jones

      2. Colonel Dovchenko

    14. LEGENDS OF CHIMA

      1. Firox

      2. Mungus

      3. Crominus - Fire Chi (70227)

      4. Bladvic - Armor Breastplate, Flame Wings (70225)

      5. Spinlyn

      6. Cragger - Armor Breastplate, Flame Wings (70227)

    15. LORD OF THE RINGS/THE HOBBIT

      1. Bilbo Baggins - Blue Coat

      2. Bain Son of Bard - Vest

      3. Samwise Gamgee

      4. Elrond

      5. Rohan Soldier

      6. Merry

      7. King Theoden

      8. Cave Troll

      9. Haldir

      10. Ringwraith

      11. Saruman - Long Robes

      12. Eomer

    16. MONSTER FIGHTERS

      1. Zombie Bride

      2. Monster Butler

      3. Zombie Groom

      4. Lord Vampyre with Cape

    17. NINJAGO

      1. NRG Jay

      2. Fangtom

      3. Skales

      4. Samukai

      5. Pythor P. Chumsworth

      6. Skalidor

      7. Acidicus

      8. Lord Garmadon - 4 Arms

    18. PIRATES/PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN

      1. Davy Jones

      2. Maccus

      3. Angelica

      4. Blackbeard

      5. Mermaid Syrena

      6. Elizabeth Swann Turner

      7. Mermaid

      8. Bootstrap Bill

    19. POWER MINERS

      1. Rock Monster Large - Eruptorr (Trans-Orange)

      2. Rock Monster Large - Tremorox (Trans-Red)

    20. SPACE

      1. Alien Android

      2. Classic Space - White with Airtanks and Modern Helmet (Reissue)

      3. Classic Space - Red with Airtanks and Modern Helmet (Reissue)

      4. Space Police 3 Alien - Craniac

      5. International Space Station Alien (2001-Life on Mars)

    21. SPIDERMAN

      1. Green Goblin 2 - decorated headgear

      2. Spider-Man 2 - Balaclava Face

      3. Mary Jane 3

      4. Spider-Man 1

      5. Green Goblin with Neck Bracket

      6. Dr. Octopus / Doc Ock, Sand Green Jacket, Sand Green Legs, Thin Smirk - With Arms

      7. Dr. Octopus / Doc Ock, Sand Green Jacket, Sand Green Legs, Clenched Teeth Smile - With Arms

      8. Spider-Man 3 - Dark Blue Arms / Legs

    22. SPONGEBOB SQAUREPANTS

      1. Plankton - Domed Helmet

      2. Mrs. Puff

      3. Mr. Krabs - Large Grin

      4. SpongeBob - Basic ""I'm Ready"" Look

    23. SPORTS

      1. NBA Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers #8 (Home Uniform)

      2. NBA Shaquille O'Neal, Los Angeles Lakers #34 (Home Uniform)

      3. NBA Tim Duncan, San Antonio Spurs #21

      4. NBA Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas Mavericks #41

      5. Soccer Goalie - Adidas Super Goalie

      6. Soccer Referee Coca-Cola

    24. STAR WARS

      1. Shadow ARF Trooper

      2. Aayla Secura

      3. TX-20 (Tactical Droid)

      4. Commander Fox

      5. Clone Commander Wolffe

      6. Watto

      7. TC-14 Protocol Droid - Chrome Silver with Blue, Red and White Wires Pattern

      8. Queen Amidala

      9. Darth Maul - Printed Red Arms

      10. Jango Fett

      11. Anakin Skywalker with Light-up Lightsaber Complete Assembly

      12. Luminara Unduli with Light-Up Lightsaber Complete Assembly

      13. General Grievous

      14. Mace Windu with Light-Up Lightsaber Complete Assembly (Trans-Light Purple Lightsaber Blade)

      15. Obi-Wan Kenobi with Light-Up Lightsaber Complete Assembly

      16. Dwarf Spider Droid (Set 7258)

      17. Medical Droid

      18. Scout Trooper Ep.3, 'Kashyyyk Trooper'

      19. C-3PO - Chrome Gold (SW 30th Anniversary Edition)*****

      20. Boba Fett (Cloud City - Printed Arms & Legs)*****

      21. Princess Leia (White Dress, Light Flesh, Smooth Hair)

      22. Darth Vader - Chrome Black

      23. Luke Skywalker (Cloud City)

      24. Boba Fett - White

      25. Boba Fett - Pauldron, Helmet, Jet Pack, Printed Arms and Legs

      26. Lando Calrissian

      27. Greedo

      28. Darth Vader with Light-Up Lightsaber Complete Assembly

      29. C-3PO - Decorated Legs (75059)

      30. Luke Skywalker (Dagobah) with Backpack

      31. Stormtrooper - Chrome Silver

      32. Emperor Palpatine - Light Bluish Gray Head, Light Bluish Gray Hands

      33. K-3PO

      34. TIE Fighter Pilot (75095)

      35. Jawa with Cape

      36. Gonk Droid (GNK Power Droid)

      37. Dengar (10221)

      38. Darth Vader's Apprentice

      39. Darth Revan

      40. Darth Malgus (9500)

    25. SUPERHEROES

      1. Martian Manhunter

      2. Hulk - Dark Tan Pants

      3. Nick Fury - Leather Trench Coat

      4. Maria Hill

      5. Captain America - Detailed Suit - without Mask

      6. Winter Soldier

      7. Iron Man with Circle on Chest

      8. Black Widow

      9. Quicksilver

      10. Two-Face, Orange and Purple Suit

      11. Batman - Black Suit with Copper Belt (Type 2 Cowl)

      12. The Joker - Green Vest

      13. Rocket Raccoon - Orange Outfit

      14. Iron Patriot

      15. Batzarro

      16. Plastic Man

      17. Iron Fist

      18. Iron Spider

      19. Deadpool

      20. Wolverine

    26. TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES

      1. Shredder (79117)

      2. Donatello With Goggles and Pack (79117)

    27. THE LEGO MOVIE

      1. Batman - Black Suit with Yellow Belt and Crest (Type 2 Cowl, no Cape)

      2. Queasy Kitty

      3. Lord Business

      4. Emmet - Pajamas

    28. THE LONE RANGER

      1. Captain J. Fuller

      2. Red Harrington

    29. THE SIMPSONS

      1. Snake

      2. Apu Nahasapeemapetilon with Name Tag

      3. Chief Wiggum with Doughnut Frosting on Face and Shirt

      4. Bart Simpson

      5. Homer Simpson with Tie and Badge

      6. Marge Simpson with Apron

    30. TOY STORY

      1. Zurg

      2. Twitch

      3. Stinky Pete

      4. Buzz Lightyear

      5. Woody

      6. Green Army Man - Plain

    31. MISCELLANEOUS

      1. Lego 50 Year Anniversary Minifig

      2. De Bouwsteen Legoworld 2005 Minifig

      3. LEGO Fan Weekend 2009 Minifig

      4. Quicky the Nesquik Bunny (Nestle Rabbit)

      5. LEGO Idea House Minifig

      6. De Bouwsteen Legoworld 2008 Minifig

      7. LEGO Kladno Minifigure

      8. Legoland Train Operator

      9. LEGO KidsFest 2010 Minifig

      10. LEGO Store Employee (Male-2015)

    32. MAXIFIGURES

    33. VINTAGE PRE 2000 MINIFIGURES

    34. MISCELLANEOUS MINIFIGURES and THEME

    35. COUNTERFEITS

    36. PRICE CHARTS...TOP 100??

    37. GLOSSARY AND LEGO COLLECTING TERMS

    Possible Themes & Miscellaneous (I might add these if we can get some creative photos):

    • CITY

    • Friends/Bellville

    • Disney Princesses

    • Dino/Jurassic Park

    • Bionicle

    • Ideas/CUUSOO

    • Minecraft

    • Racers

    • Technic

     

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    Thank you so much for replying to me. I do have one more question though. Is it okay if I put my signature on my submitted photos like Samsofy did on the photos of his you showed? Also, how long after we submit our pictures do we have to wait till we can post them on our various sites like Flickr?

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    13 hours ago, Tjcjmay said:

    Thank you so much for replying to me. I do have one more question though. Is it okay if I put my signature on my submitted photos like Samsofy did on the photos of his you showed? Also, how long after we submit our pictures do we have to wait till we can post them on our various sites like Flickr?

    I will have to ask the publisher both questions.  I will let you know as soon as I hear something.  

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    15 hours ago, Tjcjmay said:

    Thank you so much for replying to me. I do have one more question though. Is it okay if I put my signature on my submitted photos like Samsofy did on the photos of his you showed? Also, how long after we submit our pictures do we have to wait till we can post them on our various sites like Flickr?

    I know Ed already asked the publisher, but I don't think I would count on adding a signature to each photo.  Your credit will be given next to the photo as well as in your bio.   Photos will not be able to be released until after the book is published, which will probably be around the same time as the first book came out. If people release the photos before the book comes out, who would care to buy the book to see the photos.

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    I added some info for the following question to the blog content above

    What if I have a lot of images or a lot of very large files to send?
    If you have images that you want to send and they are large, we do have a WeTransfer Account that you can utilize.  Feel free to go there and send us the photos and signed photo release forms here.  Send as many as you need!!  It is very simple to use!
    https://brickpicker.wetransfer.com/

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    Anything special with the *********?

     

    1. C-3PO - Chrome Gold (SW 30th Anniversary Edition)*****
    2. Boba Fett (Cloud City - Printed Arms & Legs)*****

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    7 minutes ago, lego rules said:

    Anything special with the *********?

     

    1. C-3PO - Chrome Gold (SW 30th Anniversary Edition)*****
    2. Boba Fett (Cloud City - Printed Arms & Legs)*****

    That is just the way Ed marks things.. His notes.  It was just a copy and paste.

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