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julencin2000

Building My 10194 Emerald Night

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Hello everyone. I've uploaded a video on vimeo.com showing off how the Emerald Night is built.

Also, some photographs were made during the process.

I hope you like it, it's dedicated to our spanish LUG, 'Hispalug'.

Video: http://www.vimeo.com/4476189

Video with english subtitles: This One

Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/julencin2000/...57617352496381/

The train was built this way: first the tender, then the car and finally the engine. The building guides are numbered to build first the engine then the tender and car, but I think it's better my way ^_^

Enjoy, and all comments are welcome!

Edit: oops, I had a mistake in the title, it's 10194. Can I fix the title of the post?

Edited by julencin2000

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Very impressive video, and at the same time a wonderful review of the 10184 by the way :wink:

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Thanks for sharing. That's an enjoyable video, esp. considering it took me almost 4 hours to build (and still didn't get the wheels right).

Added to Train Tech!

EDIT: But I think you mean set # 10194

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Thanks for sharing. That's an enjoyable video, esp. considering it took me almost 4 hours to build (and still didn't get the wheels right).

Added to Train Tech!

EDIT: But I think you mean set # 10194

Yes, it's 10194 ^_^

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Cool video, I would have been more interested if it was in english but I watched it anyway. Even though I couldn't understand any of the things you said about the emerald knight I still think this convinced me to like the train even MORE :tongue:

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Thanks for the idea, MarcusV3: I could renderize it again but with english subtitles...

Edit: thanks to TheBrickster for fixing the title (^_^)¬¬)

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I'm not into trains or town, but this is, hands down, a great set. And a great review too, really gives a feeling of the build.

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