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Hello from The Netherlands

Phantom107Phantom107 The NetherlandsMember Posts: 68
Hey everyone,

I used to play with LEGOs all day every day when I was a kid, then I got into programming and left it be. Now, after seeing The LEGO Movie, I got inspired to buy a LEGO set again (I got the Sea Cow 70810) and I had a great time building it. I decided to take the fun to the next level with a MOC -- so I bought the same set again and decided to turn it into a giant ship. I'll post pics, just uploaded them.

Here is a preview pic:




I'm not sure where the correct MOC thread is in this forum? I made a bunch of photos

My new project is building the Rollercoaster 10261 set, and studying it. I want to buy the set probably 3-4 times total down the road and build a giant rollercoaster machine. I also want to get LEGO mindstorms in there (or what's the most recent version?) to make it really cool and special. I have a background in programming and CAD so I have a lot of 3D tools on my hands to be able to design the quality track etc before building it and keep iterating on the design.

Bumblepants

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