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  1. Hello, today I present you a small build from the Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts: Newt's small companion: Pickett the bowtruckle For his very fragile look, he is still pretty sturdy. I hope you like him, Jonas
  2. Hello and thanks for your comments! I'm glad you like it. To add more buildings to the realm is a good idea, unfortunately I don't have time for that at the moment due to the Iron Builder. But maybe I can do that later.
  3. Hello, deep in the forest there is magical place: A kingdom on the roots: The build was inspired by the seed part, the green Duplo grass piece. Hope you like it! Jonas
  4. Thanks everyone for your feedback and the nice work, I'm glad you like my creation that much! Something around three months in total. Best, Jonas
  5. Hello fellow elves, orcs, hobbits and humans, this creation comes directly from the second Hobbit movie: The Halls of Thranduil While watching the movie for the first time the capital of the Woodland Realm already caught my attention and with the first Comic Con in Stuttgart, Germany,last year I had the perfect chance to build and show my version. I had a few challenges to deal with while building, but I'm pretty happy how it turned out. One was the sheer size of the original halls. My layout is already quite big, but to fit in all elements, I had to scale down a lot. Next to the inside I built the outside of the halls with a few trees to indicate the location of the halls in the Mirkwood Forest. I hope you like it. For higher resolutions of all pictures check them out on Flickr. Jonas
  6. Thanks for your comments, I'm glad you like it! I wish you all Merry Christmas and happy holidays! Best, Jonas
  7. Hello, Inspired by the show opening of Game of Thrones I built four of the iconic castles from the TV series: Like in the series each castle features a mechanism that reveals by turning the crank on the base: I really enjoyed building these castles, so I am already planning to continue the series in 2017! Best, Jonas
  8. Your feedback ist overwhelming! Thank you so much. I appreciated every comment. Of course I used photoshop, but just to cut the background. The water is made with 1x2 tiles on top of a layer of bigger plates in dark bluish gray and on the edges I used transparent plates to cover the layer below.
  9. You are right, it was a great joy to build this creation, especially because I was building this with Brick Vader and we inspired each other in a very good way. But it's even more joy to share the build here and get that much comments. So thank you everyone for appreciating our work and the kind words.
  10. Welcome to the Venice of 1486. Inspired by the video game Assassin's Creed II Brick Vader and I met and built a diorama together. We tried to recreate the architecture, colours and atmosphere of venice as good as possible and had a lot of fun recreating all the details. On NewElementary I have wrote a bit longer about all the new elements and techniques that were used here. I hope you like it. Arrivederci! Jonas
  11. Like Aanchir already said you are talking about a different color: Lime green Same here. Several Friends sets contained Lime Green 4x3 Leaves. The specific part could be only from the Holiday Train set and only from a very special version. All people I know who bought that set got green leaves instead of bright green ones.
  12. Hello, The search results here on EB weren't that satisfying so I just ask you: Do bright green 4 x 3 Plant Leaves (2423) really exist? Of course they are listed on Bricklink, but only as an alternate part of the Holiday Train. And on Brickset they are not listed at all. Currently there are four BL-sellers who have them available in their stores, but at least the German seller had to confess that his leaves are in fact green. I have never seen someone using this piece. So does it really exist or is it listed wrong on Bricklink? Hope there is someone who can clear this up. Best Jonas
  13. I know, I'm late. Hopefully not too late. While looking through some photos I discovered some snapshots I made while destructing the boat. Maybe it's still of interest for someone: The structure under the wave. (Pretty basic.) Picture from below. Here you see how the planks bend. Fiction points for the planks and the metal bar at the rear. (The holes in the studs of the technic bricks allowed working with 1/2 brick offset.)
  14. Hey everyone, I'm really glad you like it. Thank you for your comments and your pleasant words!