There will be scenes from the Mass juxtaposed against the scenes of the heist. I’ve done this both to give a sense of the time passing as well as to add meaning to the events in the story. Those of you who are historically minded may be interested to know that I actually went to the trouble of purchasing an old missal from 1936, so the way I depict the various parts of the Mass here are accurate representations of what is called for in the missal.
Follow this story from the beginning here.
Nice touch using an actual 1936 missal Anthony. One question, near centre top of the image in the church, there appears to be a baby Lego piece with horizontal arms? Is that made from Lego pieces or something else?
It’s a combination. The cross is made from Lego pieces. The corpus was Lego minifig pieces I photographed and then printed onto a sticker. I then gave the whole thing a coat or two of clear nail polish (to keep the sticker from getting funny).
Here’s a close-up: https://ballinabricky.files.wordpress.com/2017/08/lego-crucifix.jpg
Very effective and it works. Thank you.
If you’re interested, I started a Facebook page devoted to Lego religious art. Search for CatholicBricks and look for the two keys in the profile pic.
Maybe this link will work: https://www.facebook.com/CatholicBricks/