Legendary Aussie Gives Instructions On How To Create Bin Chicken Scene With LEGO
Considering the sheer number of LEGO pieces in the world, there would be close to an infinite number of things you could create.
If you're like the Spaceman on The LEGO Movie, then you'll love chucking random pieces together and making bizarre creations in your bedroom.
But one Australian has started a small business off this very idea and one of their most popular creations will likely be a hit with his countrymen and women.
Waller Customs has uploaded a free PDF instruction booklet to create the humble bin chicken and accompanying bins with LEGO.
The person has explained every single little piece that you'll need as well as a play by play method of how to put everything together.
It genuinely couldn't be easier.
The scene involves a perfect-looking road, two iconic Australian green skip bins on the footpath, one pushed over with delicious food spilling out and one upright, and two white Ibises.
Waller Customs says you're free to mix and match whatever colours are available if you want to change up the scenery a bit.
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The website states: "The Australian Bin Chicken, sometimes knows as The Australian White Ibis. The classic image of modern Australian city life is now build-able at home in LEGO form!
"Just download This PDF for instructions you can follow to build your own Ibis in its native habitat...Wheelie Bins!"
The person behind this fantabulous creation admits they have submitted loads of different plans to LEGO Ideas and hopefully they'll get picked up in no time.
You might need a few extra colours if you want to recreate the ibis that had everyone talking last month.
Dubbed the straw-necked ibis, it's largely similar in shape and appearance to its white counterpart except for one shimmering difference.
The Threskiornis spinicollis has an iridescent, multicoloured sheen when it stands in the sunlight.
After being posted on social media, many have declared this bird to be the 'deluxe' bin chicken. Some people have suggested its nickname be 'Bling Chicken', 'Glitter Chick' or 'Glowing Tip Turkey'.
Straw-necked ibises get their name from the type of feathers that grow out of the bird's neck. They're found throughout Australia except for Western Australia, South Australia and south-west Tasmania.
Researchers have also found them on Norfolk Island, Lord Howe Island and Indonesia and New Guinea.
Featured Image Credit: Waller Customs