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Also found 3 copies of #71065, at €85. Not bad, but not my cup of tea. Tomorrow, the Hunt continues; meanwhile, around the corner of the toystore in Arricife:
All I know is that I would be scared out of my mind if I were that size.
PaB haul not from today but Wednesday. Can't miss out on those tiles for hopefully a city.
Well at least she knows you can't have a party without R2
They look both great together and I really hope they release some more with the series!
Any idea what this is from?
Emperor Palpatine. Like the one in #75183 (although the print seems to be whiter).
just opened "The Art of LEGO Design" by Jordan Schwartz and already SUPER impressed* and Looking forward to further examining what appears to be a VERY slick publication...
* My level of excitement MAY be positively affected by the massive amount of opioids currently being pumped through my system!
Secondary question - is it wrong to name and shame the users who consistently post ridiculously large images to the forum? My enjoyment is seriously affected by this. I'm pretty sure they already know who they are but either A. Don't care in the slightest about others or B. Have such a ridiculously overinflated opinion of their own input that they think people actually WANT massive oversized pictures of their crap!
EXCEPT - When my ability to view EVERYONES pics is limited by the type of posters mentioned above...
Well, that might be a bit OTT, but I agree, I think people posting full resolution images is annoying. I don't read this forum on my phone on the move any more because of the sheer amount of data it consumes to look at posts like one above here as I'm typing.
It's simple to resize a photo on a smartphone, or to upload it to flickr and embed here at a reasonable size, where people can click through to flickr to see a larger size if they want to.
EDIT: Please don't take these comments as whinging - I really appreciate what @Huw and the other mods achieve overall with what we've got, especially when we take the cost to us into account. Add to this the fact that there are so few affiliate links for Aussie users and I DOUBLY appreciate the service we are provided!
There's been a real outpouring of love and support from my friends and family and it makes me feel incredibly fortunate and grateful. ^_^ Very excited for what the future holds!
The vehicles are pretty fantastic too!
@snowhitie and @560Heliport - if you have a Windows laptop it should have MS Paint installed and that's a very simple option for re-sizing:
And, in true Blue Peter fashion, here's one I prepared earlier (800 x 408 pixels)!