Ethanator12

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About Ethanator12

  • Birthday 11/22/97

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    Colorado Spring, CO
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    City, Creator, modular buildings, and Speed Champions.

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  1. Hello, I finally figured I'd chime in. I only have one thing to say, have fun with it! Do what looks good to you, throw the rules out the window. But in all seriousness, LEGO minifigures aren't human, they don't bend, sit, or share proportions with us. With that in mind, worry more about looks, details, and structure over scale and rules. I personally have been build a small fleet of custom 6-wide LEGO City styled vehicles and I find that the look great next to the modular buildings. However, if you are worried about scale and whatever, ignore what I just said and do what looks great for you. In the case of your parking lot, I would suggest lengthening it like Sollx said. Maybe use some 8x16 baseplates to widen the lot to fit real vehicles. As for inspiration for a consulate vehicle moc maybe use some BMW M3 or M5 with some Kia Stinger mixed in. If your looking for a pre-designed vehicle though, maybe shorten the limo from 60102 into a 4 door styled sedan or maybe use some of the 6-wide police cars from 2017 police line as inspiration for some mocs. Have fun building and I hope I helped.
  2. Thanks! I wonder if this part is used in any of the other 2017 summer sets. If so I hope it will be used in other colors, such as orange or white. This year definitely has some good new pieces.
  3. Hello. Very excited to get some close photos of some of the new jungle sets. I hope that we can get some more pictures soon on that city display, I can't wait to see more of the coast guard and jungle sets. However, while I was looking through them and noticed a new roof piece on some of the large vehicles, it looks like it will fit in perfectly with the existing 6-wide roof piece. I don't think anyone mentioned it yet, so I figured I'd say something. Over all this summer wave is looking like it's going to be a good one.
  4. Hello, first post and all. I must say that I see a lot of potential in a jungle theme. All I can see are large trees with zip-lines, cliff faces, tents with bunk-beds and tables, abandoned ruins, and off-road jeeps and trucks. I see tons of real life inspiration that could make very nice and livid sets. However, I can't see the future and have no idea what this theme has in store. I just hope that they can keep up the nice line of City Explorers for another year.