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As if the slope wasn't slippery enough already!
And now it’s time to rebuild my Pet Shop.
My kids and I are prototyping different looks and quickly realizing how few green we have in stock. All the other colors we have plenty of and should not have to buy any brown, blue, tans and dark grey. Well, maybe tan tiles.
The size of the entire over world without a border or legend.
overall the instructions were very good - a tiny bit of interpretation needed and being a MOC allowed for flexibility with parts.
the scale is fantastic and she look great.
I’ve had a go at a Dash figure (I have MOC printed one somewhere) but liked the idea of creating a new on. I’ll create some other characters to crew the ship just for fun later.
well worth the build if you are a Shadows fan.
When we remodeled my home office, I decided to make a wall display and proudly display them.
I came across the idea on Brickshelf many years ago. It took several iterations to get the look I wanted, but I love them.
To hide the yellow, I have pearl gray curved slopes along the top, and a cleverly attached 6x6 dish on the ends.
I build a simple Angular to help layout the project. You can view one screen at a time, or the entire map with or without guidelines. It can be viewed here: https://angular-ivy-cmnxck.stackblitz.io
^ For those techies out there: only 50 or so lines of code :) I love Angular.
Had a spare half hour to kill yesterday so after spending 15 mins looking at what to build, decided to just grab #40539 Ahsoka Tano from the stack of unbuilt stuff and put it together.
Master and Padawan back together again although Vader seems a little stubby compared to his younger apprentice.
Fun little build and makes good use of the small bracket pieces in places. Also liked the way her shirt went together as it made a nice change from the usual printed affair that Brickheadz normally have.
I'm excited to see it continue to come together!
Got smaller Eternals sets on sale and trying one to see if I want to go back for a bigger one
Loving the color scheme, bright but not garish
Lots of detail on the deviant, sore fingertips putting all those little parts together
Early after the end of my dark age I found at the curb a Star Wars set complete except for the fig, still unassembled, fueled my BL part out operation
I've found piles of used pieces since then
Now to get to the point, as we are all aware there have been some concerning occurrences between Ukraine and Russia these past few months, and recently Russia invaded Ukraine.
In fact I started this project long before any of the current situation arose, and was in no way inspired by it.