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I wounder how long that tuck him, and how on earth did he get all them grey bricks,ive never sen so many.
There are brown cliff parts and blue waterfalls and trans blue windows, to be fair. Even some trees. And lots and lots of minifigs in the arena.
I agree with DrDav - it is a bit too monochomatic... very impressive though. I'd like to see the total amount of his bricklink invoices.
I'd be surprised if this only cost 45k! It's much bigger then this pic shows.
This guy has to be rich to be still married and have spent over 45k on legos. My wife does not believe in divorce but I think if I told her bye the way babe I bought over 45k worth of legos an instant divorce would happen or she would kill me which in turn kind of constitutes a divorce because I would be dead but anyways.
Thought it may be the mood I was in, but it just doesnt 'work' for me...
Don't get me wrong I can seriously appreciate the amount of work that went into it, and the effort to create it is phenomenal, but I don't like it, far too much grey, and may be a strange thing to say but its far too big, just seems like he has said "right, let me see just how big a model I can create", which is fine, but I think the art of the creation is more important than the scale, and for some reason he decided that the artistic elements (well a large portion of) he would do in grey on grey?!?!
Well not everybody is black and white like you some people prefer the Grey areas ok Yeesh.
Actually no that you mentioned it certain elements would stand out better if they were in different colors. Besides I am still angry at that guy for buying all the greay pieces thus making my castles blue and yellow because those colors are cheaper now.
I think Blue/Yellow castles are definately the way to go anyway! :)
125,000 yellows, 125,000 blues = quality!