For a perfect farm with rooster, one surely needs a chicken too. The build is easy, I used the same concept as for seabird and duck. Color choice is crucial once again.
Down on the farm this time, spending time with a nice rooster. Colors are crucial with this silhouette, so you might have some trouble, as brown colors are pretty rare in Lego Duplo. Bottom orange brick can easily be replaced with a standard 2×2 one.
Another seaside inspired build, a simple seabird.
It’s very interesting how a color choice can affect a basic silhouette. I took the same concept for three of my ideas – a duck, chicken and seabird. The only difference is use of colors. Still, all those ideas are very recognizable. On a pic bellow you can clearly see what I talk about.
Not many animals are so distinctive to let you build them out of 4 simple Lego Duplo bricks. For this minimalist inspired build it’s best to use 2 different colors – in this case snail’s house really stands.
Another take on a simple Duplo doggy. I tried my best to keep it under 7 bricks. I opted for a slightly different head variant and combined a lined brick for lower jaw and tail. Color-wise the build is pretty lame, I know – I just don’t have all those bricks in a single color.
Similar to previously listed swan and the ugly duckling, here is a take on a simple duck with his junior. Duck and ducky in a super simple design, with some help of colors to make silhouettes life-like.
Idea was to capture a swan and the ugly duckling silhouette as simple as it gets. I’ve managed to make a duckling out of 4 lego duplo bricks and swan out of 7.
Here’s another take on a Duplo dog. Different approach leg-wise, a bit more sleek overall…
Here’s my take on a simple Lego Duplo dog. I added some additional colors to make it stand out (I didn’t bother about the breed yet).