r5-j2

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    Sci-Fi, Military modelling and Lego.

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  1. Man , that`s how it should look.....stunning!
  2. looks so good ,that Jake and Elwood Blues would drive it!!
  3. This is beyond good. the thing is just bad-@ss, it screams attitude and is probably too aggressive looking for Lego to have designed themselves...totally wonderful!, it looks like it did in both the book and the 2 part cartoon versions!!
  4. All brilliant , but I love the insane look of Thanos best!!
  5. Yep these are really clever builds! and the colour scheme is something else! Regards Kenny.
  6. Great build , this would be a great centre-piece to a display, do you have it set up with other Wolverine figs ?
  7. Unbelievably comic,...I suppose Alfred does enough stitching closing up Master Bruce`s wounds, so any fabric repairs are down to the Dark Knight himself !!. Kenny.
  8. Nicely done, Mr Freeze is a "Batman baddie" favourite of mine Regards Kenny.
  9. Battlestar would be a perfect license ,not only for the ships ,but also for the Cylons themselves,who would translate well into the big figures line. Thanks, for the great design work. Kenny
  10. This is beyond cool ;-"there ought to be a law against it!"
  11. I`ve just noticed this event being shown on New Lanark`s web-site, New Lanark is a world heritage site here in Scotland, a preserved 19th century textile mill ,famous because it`s owner was one of the first to provide healthcare, housing and education for his work-force, so it`s well worth a visit (even without Lego`s input!) Here`s the link ,if you want more info.. http://www.newlanark.org/visitorcentre/brick-city.shtml Regards Kenny. p.s. I first posted this in the "General Discussion" forum ,before I realised that it probably would be better here (being a city based event) ,if a moderator thinks either thread needs to be deleted ,then that`s cool with me Thanks Kenny
  12. I`ve just noticed this event being shown on New Lanark`s web-site, New Lanark is a world heritage site here in Scotland, a preserved 19th century textile mill ,famous because it`s owner was one of the first to provide healthcare, housing and education for his work-force, so it`s well worth a visit (even without Lego`s input!) Here`s the link ,if you want more info.. http://www.newlanark.org/visitorcentre/brick-city.shtml Regards Kenny.
  13. They are different...the dude with the helmet looks like an ex-member of the "Village People" pop group!..."it`s fun to be in the Gotham Pee Dee.!,...it`s fun to be in the Gotham Pee Deeee!"
  14. When I saw Makoy`s brilliant hand mod for Clayface, I thought "why not stick an articulated thumb on that ?", there are two reasons not to; 1) You have to sacrifice the remaining stud shooter, to get the bits you need; leaving you just with the hammer and 2) It really doesn`t do a better job than of holding stuff than Makoy`s mod already does......also as I look at it for some reason the "Hellboy" character has just popped into my oh so empty head...can`t think why? Anyway here it is Kenny IMG_2507 by kenny burns, on Flickr IMG_2527 by kenny burns, on Flickr
  15. I love the stance and general build ,it`s far better than the official creator version, really nice !