Graham Gidman

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    LEGO, of course. But other than that, reading, music, watching movies/shows, and doing things outdoors. :)


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  1. A: 2 - 4 - 7 B: 3 - 4 - 6 C: 1 - 8 - 10 D: 7 - 9 - 10
  2. Out for a Stroll / Graham Gidman / Avalonia
  3. Just a little build that came out of a tablescrap. The reeds were inspired by one of Jonas Obermaier's latest builds (see it here), though I had to improvise the technique a bit.
  4. My entry to the Brraaiiinnss! contest. Please note, I was rushed in taking the photo so it's not up to my usual standards. Once the contest is concluded, I will add a better one.
  5. contest

    A 48x48 baseplate has a total area of 2304 square studs, but the area of a 32x64 baseplate is only 2048 studs, so would that be an allowed size for Category A?
  6. contest

    Hoping to get an entry in!
  7. This is absolutely phenomenal.
  8. Wow, this is so cool! The landscape is absolutely terrific - I love the use of tiles. And the castle itself is super unique, great job there!
  9. What a terrific dragon! I love the gold! Great pilots, as well.
  10. Great little build!
  11. Man, you never cease to amaze me, Legopard! Another phenomenal build! The landscaping is absolutely terrific, and I love the "all-in-one" feel it has to it.
  12. Whoa, that is awesome! A perfect re-creation of the carrier! The shaping is masterfully done, especially on the cockpit!
  13. What a terrific build! The stonework and rockwork look great, but my favorite parts is little building. Well done, man!
  14. Thank you, both! I built this before the movie was out yet, using only from the trailer as reference. That, and it was to accompany my review of the AT-ST set, which is why Baze and the Rebel trooper make an appearance.
  15. I built this to coincide with my review of the set 75153 AT-ST Walker, which you can check out here! I studied bits from the trailer and combined them into this representation of Jedha.