Plastic for Brains

With many thousands of bricks, who would have thought I would run out of the needed colors to create a “higher resolution” (ie. bigger) version. Oh well. It turned out to not have the shape I’d intended, but the result reminds me of a skull from a movie, video game, or something I’ve seen before…but I can’t place it now. I thinking it is from a video game because the square’ishness feels very 8-bit.

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