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Added some extra parts (mostly fences) and removed the green plates in favor of the baseplate. The plan is to eventually make a make it into a 2 baseplate set (32x64).
Finally got round to combining my two hobbies.
Lego and Motorbikes.
Have been meaning to get and build this for ages.
It's a great little set and the build turned out bigger than I thought it would.
This one could be spending quite a while on display - although I am going to try and somehow mock up some foot pegs, brake discs and a decent seat (sitting on top of an exposed shock absorber is just asking for trouble).
It took me about 6-7 hours to complete. Totally a recommendation from me to buy at retail!
The Ferris Wheel of course was/is a bit different than the mixer - but still I wonder if we will get something next year?
Will desperately try not to burn through this build, but I'll probably fail miserably. I can never just savour the build and stretch it out a bit :-(
After 24 years in storage the set was like new, I just needed to brush the dust from some pieces. And the result is on the pictures. Still a very good looking model.
Got it yesterday 30% off @ Foothill Ranch Target store - There was one set left.
Found #60084 for $9 at my local Walmart which I have been watching for awhile, so I picked that up and built it last night. Also started on my last deep sea explorer set, #60095 which I got off Bricklink. I am now thinking of how to display all the sets. Maybe something like JANGBRICKS did?
#21113 The Cave
#21114 The Farm
#21115 The First Night
#21119 The Dungeon
I probably won't get much built over the weekend, as I'm going to be working most of Saturday day and night and half of Sunday, but I'm going to try to get at least another couple of sets built.
Once all done, I'll be able to start putting everything together. Should be fun! :-)
I finished up 2 more of Mortesv's GR-75 Rebel Transports this weekend. I had fun tweeking the design and making one LBG instead of white. Next up is the fleet center-piece, the Nebulon-B. Still waiting on the last parts order but should have enough to get started.
#21117 The Ender Dragon
#21120 The Snow Hideout
#21121 The Desert Outpost
#21122 The Nether Fortress
#21123 The Iron Golem
#21124 The End Portal
#21125 The Jungle Tree House
#21126 The Wither
So I just now have three sets to go:
#21116 Crafting Box
#21118 The Mine
#21128 The Village
I need to decide which parts of #21116 to build and then it'll be a case of starting to plan the layout and how I'm going to create a bit of a mountain... I'm definitely thinking that another PAB wall trip is going to be in order...
I also need to work out a nice way of joining #21124 The End Portal to #21117 The Ender Dragon and #21122 The Nether Fortress to the whole layout, but it should be pretty straightforward. It's more of a layout issue than anything else.
It also helped that I keep The Ender Dragon itself built, so I didn't have to rebuild that model at least, just the landscape, which was very quick.
The only sets that I'm missing are #21127 "The Fortress" and #21128 "The Village". I will wait until double VIP points to get The Village. Anyone know when The Fortress is due out? I suspect that we are coming to the end of the line with Minecraft since there are not many new things left to capture.
It's all a bit of a mess at the moment...
EDIT: Got it, no Emoji's allowed huh? XD
got them misb, way under RRP. i have a hard time unboxing ninjago or nexo. but castle, it just has to get unboxed and displayed
LEGO Brand Store - Modular Building (WIP)
Above - New exhaust, foot pegs, rear light cluster and a brake disc.
Below - New seat, flat handlebars, brake discs and indicators.
I had to change the angle of the front fairing slightly to stop the new handlebars hitting it and despite looking better, the front brake discs are probably classed as illegal connections in Lego terms because if the bike was to be extensively played with they would rub on the bottom of the spring (fortunately mine is only being displayed).
Quite happy with how it turned out.
More pictures here:
I need to get a lot more bricks and plates, so that I can integrate The Jungle Treehouse, The Desert Outpost and The Nether Fortress / The Wither more.
I also need to get some more lights out and also my proper camera, rather than my phone...
Doesn't look as bad as I thought it would without them, which is just as well as Lego no longer have the sticker sets available.
Have managed to find a few sets of stickers on Bricklink so will have to get a set from there.
#75140 #75091 and #75135
now i just have to stop myself from building #31052 to soon.
i am dying to build it. but i just have to wait a little longer. and i will be done paying back mum and be all set for new lego buys and not having to full back on my backlog when i feel the need to build.