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  1. Two and no, no peeing, they are rodents with manners ;)
  2. Not that I've noticed. The NES Classic Mini is so simple it's essentially just one circuit board inside, the power bank stays cool, maybe the monitor can get slightly warm from prolonged use, but we're talking barely noticeable warm. This is all low-grade simple electronics, not a gaming PC.
  3. I'm not entirely sure this is the right forum section, but I couldn't think of a better one :) So, here's a little contraption I've built with two goals: 1. Take NES console and make it 100% portable and 2. Make it feel like you're playing on an arcade cabinet. I hope NES Classic Mini owners will like that.
  4. Gotta say, for a car built mostly with studless pieces, the shaping of the body is extraordinary.
  5. Sariel

    [MOC] Renault FT-17

    Never seen it in my life.
  6. Sariel

    [MOC] Renault FT-17

    Um no, my white background is physically there.
  7. Sariel

    [MOC] Renault FT-17

    There is no slack in the doors. They are simply held in place only by two 1x1 plates with clips, and if you pull too hard, the plates sometimes let go.
  8. Here's my take at the father of the modern battle tank. Goals: make it green and aim for a reasonable balance between looks and functions. Also, I'm really happy with the upper glacis plate opening up just like in the real tank, because it required creating a complex compact hinge inclined in two planes. Photos & reading:
  9. Colors must be symmetrical at all times. If I use a blue piece on the left, even if it's deep inside a MOC and can't be possibly seen from outside, the corresponding piece on the right needs to be blue too.
  10. Actually, no. I don't know whose video is it, but it's not mine.
  11. Yeah, but I'm concerned about the prices. If you search S@H, they're already selling Powered Up version of LEGO LEDs and it costs nearly TWICE as much as the original PF one:
  12. Ahem, anybody remember these? Happened just a few years ago:
  13. I've had a chance to compare the new LEGO Powered Up motor from the 76112 set against the PF motors. There's a number of differences. It remains to be seen whether LEGO intends to replace the PF system with the PU system or to keep them coexisting.
  14. I've got nothing against you pal, I'm just tired of the "you can post any comment as long as it's a praise" attitude present here. We can't seriously discuss their models if we can't discuss their flaws.
  15. Damn, I offended the English language too! Really starting to think I'm better at offending everything that at Lego building. ;) Cheers and goodnight, folks (really hope I got that tense right)!