Anticyclone

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    LEGO (duh), Trains, Star Wars, Photography

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  1. Love what you did with the tiles for the boiler lagging. The whole locomotive is just perfect, great work!
  2. That is amazing, dude! It's refreshing to see LEGO trains in a large scale such as this. :)
  3. Nice SNOT work! You've captured the shape and curves very well in LEGO.
  4. Thank you for the review! This is a tough one. The MTT is my favorite PT vehicle and I already own the 2007 version, but I'm still debating whether I should buy this. Those gaps in the structure, and the amount of droids don't really bother me, it's the size that's bothers me. It should at least be the same size as the previous one.
  5. Good thing it can all be put back together!
  6. Well after waiting a while I finally bought the DVD and watched this film for the first time with my family yesterday. I loved every second of it. I was so worried it was going to be a flop or wouldn't live up to the hype that's been going on. But after watching it, I have to say I'm glad LEGO managed to pull of such a great film! The movie itself was beautiful and I loved the brick styled water as well. Question though, was this movie actually done in stop motion or was it all digitally done to look that way?
  7. For anyone interested in classic 9v trains I'm selling my set here: http://www.ebay.com/...984.m1555.l2649 Note: I only ship within the United States. PM me if you have any questions or have an offer you'd like to make.
  8. That is fantastic! Clever use of the light strips, I was considering using them for train car lighting too.
  9. It looks like it could be the water injector line to the check valve.
  10. Well I've had a change of mind on the MTT. I don't mind the fact it's not as smooth as 7662, it reminds me of older Star Wars sets. Now it all comes down to price. If it's $100 then I'mm not buying.
  11. Nice steamer you built there! Very accurate to the prototype too. What is the apparatus in front of the smoke box? Is that the air reservoir for brakes?
  12. For those who missed out on the previous MTT it will be nice to own, but I feel like it's a step back from 7662. It's primarily the shape of the sides to the rear that look too square and not sloped like in the film. Personally I would have preferred a tan AAT.
  13. Yesterday I picked up a few LEGO sets, two of which were Star Wars. I bought 75035 Kashyyyk Troopers and 75040 General Grievous Wheel Bike. The wheel bike is a BIG improvement over the original however I wished they included the Boga as well. As for the battle pack I thought it was good too. I have to say I was skeptical about the new blasters and how well they'd work but I think they're great and add lots of playability for kids.
  14. Straighter track! And on a serious note I wish LEGO made wider turnouts and larger radius curves.
  15. In my collection I have. 4559: Cargo Railway 4564: Freight Rail Runner 4558: Metroliner 4561: Railway Express 4533: Train Track Snow Remover 4541: Road N' Rail Cherry Picker I also have the exclusive mini set included with the LEGO LOCO pc game.