Lasse D

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  1. Peter Blackert has made teaser instructions available for his new book: "How to Build Brick Airplanes". See instructions and more details here: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-17304/lego911/miniplane-lockheed-sr-71-blackbird/ It is a cute little "micro" plane and perhaps a substitute for the humongous version which the book also has instructions for. It is in scale 1:48! The micro build includes a stand, can be reused for other micro airplanes in the book. With such a small build it is only very few details that can be selected for inclusion. Among these it is easy to spot the red detailing (I believe the red marked "do not step" zones on the original, but I might remember wrongly). The engines are also featuring prominently, and much of the angular detailing of the wings are there. This was enough for me to recognize the model The instructions also show how to add landing gear if you prefer to display models on the ground. I am looking forward to see which of the models from the book I am able to build without too much investment into Bricklink.
  2. Svend Erik Saksun (known under the handle "Colonel" here on EB) has passed away last Friday. Svend Erik was known and will be missed by many in the AFOL community. He was one of the persons who helped start up LEGO World Copenhagen. He was also an ambassador for the Danish lug Byggepladen, has the World record for the largest LEGO mosaic stamp (and if you look closely on the build itself, you can see that all the LEGO-logos face the same way), has attended countless events (including some this year!), and I could go on and on. It was Jan Beyer who broke the news, and I am taking the liberty to copy his post from another forum as he says it better than I can. I hope it is okay: It is with the deepest regrets that I need to share the sad news that Sven Erik Saksun passed away last Friday loosing his long fight against cancer. Svend Erik has been a long term Ambassador, an very active and known member of the worldwide AFOL community, a great supporter for the LEGO Group and last but not least a dear friend. His death is a tremendous loss and our thoughts are with his family in these hard times. The funeral will be conducted this Friday - 14th of September 2018 - in Kundby Kirke (Kundby Church), Denmark at 11.00 am. Farewell my friend! Jan Beyer
  3. Lasse D

    PFx Bricks

    Today I picked up my 4 PFx bricks at the postal office. I intend to use them in my standalone Model Team trucks and trailers as I believe it will be an ideal match. I look forward to PFx-powering my first truck. Stay tuned :)
  4. There were so many awesome entries this year. The LEGO Car Blog is going to have a lot of new material!
  5. Lasse D

    Event countdown 2018

    Haha! I totally misread that double answer. Good challenge, and congrats Mr. Crab.
  6. Lasse D

    Event countdown 2018

    You must have the feeling that the victory is earned - not just given to you :D Edit. If my calculations are correct and Holodoc gives points for all answers, then we should be neck-to-neck. It then comes down to 3 pointers, where you have a slight advantage (9 to 0, or something like that).
  7. Lasse D

    Event countdown 2018

    There are two connections: anti stud and outer ring stud grip (you can place it between 4 studs on a 2x2 plate), so that can't be the right answer. The piece only fits in one minifig hand at a time The top part of the piece is only a single (1) point The piece in this color only comes in 1 Promotional set: 40181 The piece in this color only came in 1 Friends set in 2014: 41035 The piece in this color only came in 1 Jurassic World set: 75919 The piece in this color only came in 1 modular building in 2015: 10246 The piece in this color only came in 1 modular building in 2016: 10251 The piece in this color only came in 1 Star Wars set in 2016: 75158 The piece in this color only came in 1 regular (not value pack) Friends set in 2016: 41119 The piece in this color only came in 1 value pack: 66539 The piece in this color only came in 1 modular building in 2017: 10246 The piece in this color only came in 1 non-modular set in 2017: 40174 There is only 1 piece :) Edit. I need more answers! There is only one of this piece in this color in the set 40174 There is only one of this piece in this color in the set 41119 There is only one of this piece in this color in the set 76038 There is only one of this piece in this color in the set 41035 There is only one of this piece in this color in the set 40181 There is only one of this piece in this color in the set 66539 There is only one of this piece in this color in the set 5004552 OK. I'm out.
  8. Lasse D

    Event countdown 2018

    Well. I will be in meetings between now and this afternoon, and since she is away, it seems like you can just phone it in.
  9. Lasse D

    Event countdown 2018

    - There are 2 FDA approved ways for a minifig to serve, eat and hold this edible part: Using left hand and using right hand. - This is always part of a 2 part assembly: bun + sausage. - Since it came out there have only been 2 types of LEGO figures that have held this item: minifig and minidoll (This friends type minifig). - There are 2 sides of this part when wrapping around a sausage. - It is available in 2 conditions: new and used. - It is made using a 2 component mold (upper and lower section - see the molding line on the side)
  10. Lasse D

    Event countdown 2018

    Nice find. My limitation came from the hands all turning the same way, which is why I couldn't fit the gold one... that and incompetence.
  11. Lasse D

    Event countdown 2018

    In my 8436 it came in old gray, so technically there are 4 colours (gray, new gray, black and trans). - The part number is 32333 is dominated by the number "3".
  12. Lasse D

    Event countdown 2018

    - There are 3 types of connections: stud, antistud and technic pin holes. - Cylinder pieces can be mounted in 3 angles: straight (using top or bottom row), leaning left and leaning right using the standard side tilted rows.
  13. Lasse D

    Event countdown 2018

    Thanks. You can actually see the notches in your pic. The circle of minifig is easy to do, while I personally can't make 5 stand in the same circle and all hold the part.
  14. Lasse D

    Event countdown 2018

    There are 4 notches inside of the pin hole of this part, which allows it to grip onto a pin without making it impossible for children to separate the parts again. 4 minifigs can stand in a circle, all holding the part as shown in the picture. There are 4 standard connections: Stud (above), antistud (below), pin hole and clip (the last connection type is shown in the picture).
  15. Lasse D

    Event countdown 2018

    It is not clear, but if the chain is old dark gray in that picture, then it is in LDraw color #8.