spirogero

Eurobricks Vassals
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  • Birthday 06/14/70

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    Athens
  • Interests
    Star Wars, 4x4 excursions, photography/videography, LEGO mocing.

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    Greece

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  1. This is an awesome and respectful job. Well done Rasko! But... I'm thinking that if I'm going to get into the trip of building such a monster, I'd like that to be the biggest and meanest. The Tyrant looks more like it. So, while the Aggressor does the job, I'd also like to have the other, bigger guy on my table, too. Is that possible?
  2. Mine, is one of the best places I've been and photographed in my life: a lush forest in northern Greece, with lots of rivers and wildlife. It's a place that marked me for life and the only place I long to visit again and again. Here, I'm knee-deep in a small river, under a solid canopy of trees, facing upstream. It's a picture of tranquility, that expresses my everlasting search for calm and beauty.
  3. Mine, is one of the best places I've been and photographed in my life: a lush forest in northern Greece, with lots of rivers and wildlife. It's a place that marked me for life and the only place I long to visit again and again. Here, I'm knee-deep in a small river, under a solid canopy of trees, facing upstream. It's a picture of tranquility, that expresses my everlasting search for calm and beauty.
  4. Well... I've seen such things happening in real life (as a spectator) and I couldn't hold myself from the laughs! This MOC is a tribute to a person I know who is a professional painter and has been through some similar situations. Unlike Mr. Pano, he's still alive and has many funny stories to tell.
  5. That's it. I have only 3 green separators, from old sets. If I need more, BL is the answer.
  6. Thank you all! It would be something... different, to see as a LEGO set. Out of the ordinary. And that, would make it more interesting. Don't you think? The green separator comes from an older set (quite old, in fact). I don't remember which one.
  7. Beautiful! All of them!
  8. Thank you! All the trucks are built to the scale of the classic town series. So, the whole road was built to the 4-stud scale.
  9. Respect! A true lover's work. P.S. Did you formerly work for Incom Corporation?
  10. Thanks! I tried that, with transparent parts underneath. I didn't like the result though; too much stuff under the BatWing, that looked irrelevant and spoiled the hovering effect. I preferred to "lower" the BatWing, rather than to have that transparent mass under it. Maybe I should try magnets. Hmmm...
  11. How can this be? Cats being slaves to a mouse? Cats serving a mouse? Well... it can. MOC for thought. The king rat 5 by Spiros Geropoulos, on Flickr More on FlickR.
  12. Thanks Faladrin! This small MOC resumes most of my activities: IT Administrator, photo amateur, LEGO modeler. SG1 by Spiros Geropoulos, on Flickr More on FlickR. Quiz: Can you guess which moc I'm photo shooting (a moc in the moc)?
  13. George Legoman builds trucks. He needed a display for his builds. So, I built for him a road, in the style of E65. side by Spiros Geropoulos, on Flickr More on FlickR. 65 cm width, 2 m length.
  14. What we haven't seen from the duel of Vader with Luke on Bespin: when Vader slashed Luke's right hand, he offered him some... treatment (a-la Sith) for the wound. A Hansaplast band (with his photo on it)! Luke: Dad... You slashed my hand! Vader: Shut up, son. Here... Take this. father&son1b by Spiros Geropoulos, on Flickr More on FlickR. MOC inspired by the Star Wars branded Hansaplast bands. I used sets 75110 and 75111 and built the environment to scale (quite large).
  15. Von-Piano was an orchestra conductor and a composer. He just finished composing his new symphony, after 3 years of hard work. He got out of his house, for a while. Mr Pano was a painter. He went into Von-Piano's house to paint it. He run out of newspapers, to cover the floor (for spills, obviously). Fortunately, there was plenty of paper around, to use. Von-Piano returned home. From that day on, he is know by the name Vono-Piano (vono [pho-no] = murder, in Greek). 2 by Spiros Geropoulos, on Flickr More on FlickR.