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See all the pictures, including the full modular building-style Pawnee City Hall.
No sure there is a good place in the forum for this, but I had put away #40120 Valentine's Day Dinner to come back home and see it displayed again in this configuration. Do not click if you are easily offended or under 18 :)
Also picked up #75059 yesterday which should be fun.
Going to have to give up my Star Wars project, blow up a couple of my other larger projects for parts, and pick up at least 2-3 of the official Tower sets but I think I can actually pull it off really well.
My designs are working pretty well but I do have to figure out how to fill out 7-8 floors.
I'm also doing modular motorcycle shop (with a secret Ultra Agents base on the 3rd floor) and a modular martial arts dojo.
My year of stacking things is pretty well planned I think.
I'd like to add a hanger bay to one of the floors of my tower.
Would it fit into a 32x24ish area?
To me it's about building the model and the figs are really just accessories to that.
You're right though, I'll for sure get rid of my extras. But I won't be looking for any high amount of cash. It's just not worth the effort to me really.
I'd rather that people that want them get them. Actually, I'd prefer to trade for bricks in all honesty.
ARC-170 Microfighter. A really nice build. But it was done too fast.
I've also been trying to modify it to be more like a real news van, and also generated a new sticker sheet to boot.
I have temporarly left my big spaceship project, to build a classic space base for sowing at the LUG event in the end of April. So this weekend i'm planning to get a bit further.
It's so cool: now that my daughter can assemble and disassemble her Duplo, we can both sit at the table and each play with our own bricks (and she loooooves it). So it's kind of like getting my "alone time" while playing with her.
Side question: Is the Double-Decker couch in #70818 identical to the one in #70810 MetalBeard's Sea Cow?
Still need to work on yellow, dark green, and clear. OK, OK purple and pearl gold, too.
But you get the point. :)
This weekend, I have built #4183. It looks nice, but for some reason I can't put the stickers on. I can't separate them from the sticker sheet. >_>
Project: Mondrian is a 30" x 30" (4 XL base plates) representation of the original piece from 1921 that's 37" x 37". Cost has come in at a total of $200 for 2,304 pieces plus baseplates, pricey but still cheaper than anticipated. Pics to follow in about 2 months after framing is complete.
After a rather protracted wait for my 'Pick A Brick' order, I've been able to make some decent progress on my second Bricklinked UCS Falcon. Unfortunately the replacement order was missing 10 6 x 8 LBG plates, so I won't be able to finish it until they arrive.