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Really like Thanos printed gauntlet as an alternative. And good to see Wong. Duel molded legs on Nomad Cap look so well.
The upside is I'm building the #4000026 Tree of Creativity that my lovely wife bought me for my birthday :)
With his gleaming tool clasped tightly in his lickle fist, Legopants cuts the seals on another set from his growing backlog...
Hot on the heels of #10219 Maersk Train, it's time for #4841 Hogwarts Express.
Got this cracking set in a trade with Brickset's very own @drdavewatford back in December 2012/January 2013, so it's about time it finally got built! :-)
We'll have to try harder to meet up next time!
I love how your photos flow like a timelapse sequence :)
Sam's definitely a master builder.
...poor Santa, smashed to pieces, body cracked, arms ripped off and missing his hat. He'll be added to my growing collection of random street LEGO finds.
Sorting the rainbow... complete LEGO monochrome collection!
Santa got run over by a reindeer!
Also thanks to @milamber your measurements were spot on and it fits in the case exactly as you predicted :D
With UCS previously being my favourite theme, it's somewhat taken a back seat in recent years. Too many duds and rehashes. Exclusives and signed stuff are in the driving seat now. Definitely not cheaper, but take up less room.
They're looking for a scruffy bandit with a Santa Hat and a sack full of toys. Please contact one of the 23 local police precincts. Or stop by the mobile command center. Or the other mobile command center. Or the Swamp Precinct. Or the Jungle Precinct. Or Fort Legorado. You can also contact Space Police I, II or III.
(I really need a hobby.)
Can anyone guess which one is it?
Very nice. :)
So not much time to build, but my Easter bunny did find a cosy sofa to have a rest in between deliveries.
trying to work out how to:-
1. make room for new lego set's to go on display.
2. work out how to change the way i store the set's that are unbuilt so that i dont kill my self when i am trying to move the box's the unbuilt set's are stored in.
3. trying to work out if i can buy and Fit in to my room more bookshelf's from ikea to display sets on.
4. looking at my backlog and wishing i could build some of it. but knowing that untill i make room that is a bad idea.
5. trying to workout of a new way to store the Building Instructions book's that i have.
what i need is a new room to be magicly added to my house.
sadly i dont see that coming to pass.
Despite taking inspiration from a couple of other builds that people have done, it's incredibly hard. Much harder than I expected. I guess I sort of assumed it would be mostly a case of doubling up the original, but so far it's ending up quite different in some respects, though some elements are the same.
Hoping to end up with a ship about 1m long and using around 4000 pieces, but time will tell. It's a good job I have my own hobbies room which can be shut away when I'm not there. I'm not hugely organised.......
Yep, it's a Jedson, good spot. I think it's from the early 70's, but it's very hard to tell for certain. It is absolutely well used, 'distressed' is, I believe, the modern parlance :) It's actually not much good as an out and out electric and I don't really play electric anyway. I do play slide though, so after a bit of butchery it now has a raised bridge and nut, Catwhisker P90's and heavy gauge strings. Looks like a dog's dinner, but sounds great (in the right hands).
Nearly sold it a month or two back in a weak moment, but checked it out before sale and changed my mind. Guitars are a lot like Lego in that respect. Easy to acquire, hard to part with.