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and looking at the model's they look like they would fall apart if you sneezed close to them.
classic castle :)
A little program called real life I believe.
It's very hands-on as well, which is a plus.
It doesn't look as over-the-top as I thought it would, but it is still rather large!
Here it is, plonked right in the middle of the space base. Okay this does look a bit out of place now, but at least the Exosuit looks more to the same scale:
Benny looks happy though! (As ever!) :-)
oooh, i like that.
1st one looks best.
try using the layout from the 1st image but maybe move the Exosuit closer to the spaceship spaceship spaceship!
and yes Benny look's over the moon :)
Yes, just a bit! It's an incredible ship, from that perspective and I really enjoyed putting it together again but, in some ways, it doesn't have the elegance of the originals.
Hehe, I may well do that! Glad you enjoyed the pics! :-)
I've also re-built the top-front corner since the bottom photo, as it didn't look curved enough.
The protruding panel in the photo below is stuck out half a plate from the larger expanse of plates around it ;)
It was a wonderful build
The only other mythology related build I have done is Amida Na's Pegasus Automaton.
he is bigger then you think he is going to be, and his box is bigger then i was expecting.
i am happy with it but a bit sad that the only place i could find for him was at the back of the shelf behind Ecto-1, in a dark corner.
i think the way his head comes together was the biggest shock for me. there is no part bigger then a 4x6 plate used in the head.
the way the eyes are done is cool. i have spent weeks trying to workout how that part was made. yes i know i could have look at the online Instructions at lego.com.
but i don't like doing that on set's i plan to buy, i like the surprise when i build them.
all in all i am happy and a he is a good buy even when he is full price. as i know a number of the forum members picked him up when Argos had him on sale. you lucky people.
Worked on roads for the above mentioned layout until I ran out of 1x2 tiles. The building footprint is set but I am going to move some buildings around. The Fire Brigade will go over where the Market Street is on the end, the DO will slide into that spot and the GBHQ will sit near the depot so that it can open and display the interior.
I wish I had the space for that size Lego table. You're obviously a model train guy... this is the scenery-light train table I'very been working on for 10+ years.
All-in-all it was a very enjoyable build, but I especially enjoyed the little washing machine / safe deposit box module.
I can understand why people think that it could have done with being bigger, but it's a very good-looking building.
I now need to dismantle all my Classic Space sets, so that I can set up all my modulars together on the dining room table!
Edited to add: LegoSjaak's Town Square is seriously impressive.