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Not sure I'm playing this game correctly... :-)
It's 40% off right now at Amazon. Saw it today at my local Best Buy at full price. I was curious and went to the MB site and it shows as retired (all Star Trek sets show as such).
I have never own or even touch a MB set before... while the set looks good in pictures, I'm not planning to start now. Did download the instructions for "inspiration". (a MOC like that is way out of my league though).
#75175 A-wing Starfighter has now joined #75168 Yoda's Jedi Starfighter. Apart from the large number of stickers (16!) I quite liked the build.
I might open the box of #75150 and put both A-wings next to each other.
Sorry for all the images.
but the import fees are a killer.
Thanks chris. I am unfortunately well aware of the importing costs. :(
anyhow i am done with bag 9 and when i go back to it next is bag 10. :p
still it a fab build and part from the track at the bottom i am quite enjoying the build.
(304 odd track part's) linking all them up was anything but Fun.
building the 1st wheal frame was fun, the 2nd less so, the 3rd the fun was dying. the 4th the fun had left, so the 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th. was hell. still i understand that part like that are needed, even if building them can get repetitive.
Gotta say, the Galaxy Squad Hive Crawler is one of the most interesting things I've built in the past year of getting back into LEGO. Highly recommended.
this new arkham asylum may look better than I thought. I guess replacing the white roof parts would help the original quite a bit.
I finally got into Star Trek late last year, and now I want those MegaBlocks too. Maybe I'll buy one of the smaller sets to get a feel. The only others are Bridge, (mirror universe) Transporter Room, Guardian of Forever, Day of the Dove and Klingon D7. D7's are comparable to the Enterprise (Constitution-class) but this one is at much smaller scale (351 vs 3098 pc) - maybe I'll play with it like a Bird-of-Prey.
Besides figures, there are enough special pieces/prints that I won't try to build them out of LEGO
I got a S16 Rogue as a gift and got out, arranged and photographed my current army, along with S15 Frightening Knight. I changed some parts for variety and to sell CMF pieces. It makes sense to deploy the melee troops in front of the ranged weapons. Blue looks odd, but it's the only large enough baseplate I had handy. I'm using some green 32x32's for mosaics and a checkers board, which I could put on blue to free up green but moving all those pieces would be a pain in the neck...err, thumbs.
http://www.mediafire.com/view/0hycl69g1drjajj/0820 Wolf Infantry.jpg
http://www.mediafire.com/view/6fb47bxxas6wds2/0819 Bear Infantry.jpg
now. ware the hell do i put it?
It is a lovely scale model, if a little frustrating to build. I reckon that bus is stuck in that position now.
and have the cash at the same time.
i did go to Hampton Court Palace with my school many many years ago. that was a nice day trip.
I'm current adapting #76057 into a railway bridge, using as little extra material as possible. This is my test version - I have another copy which will form a second span once I'm happy with this one.
So far I've only got as far as moving the deck out slightly, increasing the overall width by one stud each side to allow the track to fit down between the existing plates. I still have to raise the tower up (as there isn't enough headroom for most of my engines underneath at the moment) and work out how to rearrange the chains accordingly, as well as cosmetic changes to the bases and properly fix the 'swing out' section so that it looks the same as the rest of the bridge.
After finishing the Porsche 42056, i carry on with the same designer Uwe Wabra...
Been shooting every bag stage on the Slave 1. Showing a couple here. Last photo is as far as I am right now. Have to stop for a while. My son had an episode, he hasn't in a while, but it resulted in his throwing a bunch of bricks. Some I can't find so I have to try and replace them. Consider Slave 1 on indefinite hold.
i do recall it being a fun build :) NEXO KNIGHTS for the win!
Go Nexo POWER!!!!
and it was the part you go to grab it by, when you pick it up to move it.
by the time the build was finished you can pick it up by that part now, but mid build, it's a bad idea.
This is one of the few ships from the original trilogy era that I haven't had the pleasure of building before and I loved it.
Even the stickers that are wrapped around the white half cylinders on the engines didn't halt my enjoyment of putting this together.
My only complaint with this set was with the back pack that is built for the Moroff figure, it's way to heavy and to get him to be free standing you have to bend him over so he's constantly looking at the floor or lean him up against something, but all in all it's a minor gripe on a really well put together build.
#41180 was fragile a couple bags in, a problem with stopping a couple bags in.
Maybe there are artistic reasons for drawn out instructions, I figure many little steps are handholding for the intended audience of kids
I got 5 more Rogue recently and developed my army besides just assembling those. I'd already changed some parts. I got out shields to go with swords or short spears. I was able to match colors, which looks really sharp. Nexo shield holders without the tiles don't look too futuristic. I'm low on medieval helmets but have plenty of female hair from buying several #30399. http://www.mediafire.com/view/0hycl69g1drjajj/