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About -zenn

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  1. Revell 1:2270 Venator Model

    Pretty neat model, looks pretty detailed for the size. How big is it btw? Though I gotta say your painting skills are rather sloppy... I used to be heavely into Warhammer 40K, so just some paint tips for the next time; give it a light primer basecoat spray first, then continue on with dry-brushing colors, after that apply highlights and maybe some washes if needed.
  2. Some reboots I'd like to see; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOlnmiayzGY But also DinoRiders, RingRaiders, Captain Bucky O'Hare.
  3. [MOC] M:Tron BoatTronShip

    Nice, how well do the pieces 'hold on' to the hull? And what does the underside look like, curious...
  4. Help with identifying parts/sets!

    The numbers on the boxes aren't set numbers. But the Lego itself looks all like late 60's, 68/69 to be specific. So going off of the instructions & individual pieces you photographed; - The blue truck set; https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?S=371-2&name=Motorized Truck Set&category=[Samsonite][Model Maker][Cargo]#T=S&O={"iconly":0}. - Small unknown red roofed house with yellow garage, no idea which specific set. - A larger set, with at least a house and some cars, no idea which specific set.
  5. Help with identifying parts/sets!

    Looks like a link of a Lego watch; https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?G=bbw014#T=C
  6. Rundale-Bren Pier

    Wow, just wow! Love the use of those Bionicle armor pieces of the Spinner/BladeRunner-esque car.
  7. [MOC] Steampunk - Steamglider

    Neat build, love to see a more sideways view. Extra kudo's for the lost hiker!
  8. 1. A child, who likes to construct & create their own imagination in to real life. Lego values; using imagination, sparking creativity, playing is fun, learning on multipable levels (while playing), quality of the product. 2. Lego for me, as an adult, is a great outlet for creativity & my on going imagination. At the same time it's a great 'stress' reliever, where I can loose myself & time. ;)
  9. Crane part - what's the name? How to?

    It's called a 'String Reel/Winch'. A quick tip; if the cable slips, rough it a bit up with some sandpaper, so that the cable can 'catch/bite'.
  10. I've made 'Claptrap' (CL4P-TP) from the Borderlands series a couple of years ago... The yellow one with the stand was auctioned for 'Creations for Charity 2012'. Got a blue one sitting on my desk & a red one chilling in my lego room.
  11. [PRESS RELEASE] 10260 - Downtown Diner

    I'm diggin' the curvyness design! But I don't get the boxing ring, that's more prohibition era to me... I'd rather see a small podium for gigs or something or something like a garage where they can work on hotrods. Though imagine having 2 of these; one build in mirror to the other would make a nice big curvy diner.
  12. Hmmm, looks like he 'cleaned' up some of his older builds. You could always just ask him...
  13. [MOC] SP-Striker

    So many nice details. Love the 90's throwback, such good memories. Though I'd flip that 'police' panel on the jail, so its readable.
  14. Display/Project Search Help

    Well, now that you mention it; I've checked but no cigar. Same as mocpages... It's really bugging me.