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Ultra-Detailed Tattoos for Lego People

A new advertising campaign promises that the tips of Pilot's "Extra Fine" pens are small enough to render complicated drawings on Lego figurines. The pens' tips are 0.25mm thick, and use rolling ball points to transfer the ink from the repository to the canvas. Among the figurines advertised were a biker, construction worker, criminal, and even a Lego girl with a tramp stamp.

Now we're not sure how well Lego figurines retain ink on their bodies, or the permanence of the art. But it's still cool a bunch of Lego people finely tattooed. Pilot extra fine pens are available from Amazon in variety of colors and bundles. (Thanks Escapist!)

  • polly the parrot
    You could make some really nice pen art with that, it'd take a long time but it'd be definitely worth it.
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  • the hedgehog
    WOW...

    that's one incredible pen =O
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  • eklipz330
    wow... that chick is hot.
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  • grillz9909
    WHICH HOLE DO YOU AIM FOR?!?!
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  • crossbow82
    grillz9909WHICH HOLE DO YOU AIM FOR?!?!
    LOL
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  • omikron48
    Do my eyes deceive me or is that chick topless? O_O
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  • Trueno07
    Knowing me, i would write something, look up, look back down and ask "Where the hell did it go?"
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  • djab
    It may be a stupid question but is this just to do pen arts?
    It seems that text written with these pens would to small to read...
    Ok, it could be nice for cheating during exams ... ;)
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  • Fox Montage
    Topless lego girl with a tramp-stamp. Didn't think I'd be seeing that today.
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  • annymmo
    eklipz330wow... that chick is hot.She's flat, LOL.
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