Sometime ago, around when Lego brought out there own Racers Game where you could almost play others online, I entered a contest. The challenge was simple, to build a Racer.
So I went to work, spilled all the Lego all over the living room and began to build.
I was pleased with the end result simply because I had never built a racer before.
But the Lego Bricks were still missing something, oh,wait, it’s a dragster and every dragster deploys a chute at the end of the quarter mile.
How was I going to pull that off, Oh, right, the antique box next to the Lego Heavy Tow Truck contains my Pirate Sails and Lego stickers?
I used two only and only a tiny slit in the red and white sail was all the damage done.
Four slits to be exact to incorporate the JollyRodger. The cuts were tiny so I had to really apply some immense pressure tomake the click.
Which is okay, I’m pretty immense and the job was done without damaging the sail to much.
I would love to show this someday in real life, that’s why I save all my models in pictures and the model as well goes behind glass,except for the really big ones, they just get dusty.
If I may be as bold as to offer something to everyone out there, the thing that keeps me coming back to building is two things.
One is a new project, something I’ve never built before, the other is, we need a place to show our stuff, and places like EuroBricks and the others I belong to, are where it’s at.
For your viewing pleasure eh, A Chopper Dragster byme, legodac…
Edited by Rufus, 11 July 2011 - 08:10 PM.
Indexed and removed some extra space