sander1992

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About sander1992

  • Birthday 05/15/1992

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    Lego (of course), Games, Films, Music,

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  1. sander1992

    Black Falcon's Fortress Re-Imagined

    That looks really nice. The vegetation at the front of the wall is a nice addition. The wall have great details in the stonework. Thanks for sharing.
  2. sander1992

    [MOC] The Borders of Fangorn Forest

    Great build. It has all the elements of the scene. Great and subtle use of colors in the ground and the trees are really nice.
  3. sander1992

    Winter Serenity

    That is a stunning looking landscape. Great shapes and nice use of colors.
  4. sander1992

    MOC: Marvel Super Heroes Vignettes

    Thank you @steveholt. A better presentation for the minifigs (I think).
  5. sander1992

    Lego bulk order form

    True @anothergol, but a lot of people pay for a year ticket or a Merlin ticket (10% off Lego). After multiple visits with 100 grams, that gives nice stocks at multiple BL shops.
  6. sander1992

    Lego bulk order form

    The Triangle tiles are available in the Factory in LEGOLAND Germany. I do not know if there also sold in other LEGOLAND parks. That would explain the low price on Bricklink.
  7. Hi everyone, I have build several vignettes with the minifigs from polybags (giveaways). I have done something similar with Star Wars minifigures. The first one is Hank Pym, who has turned into a giant. The second one is the Winter Soldier inside a Hydra facility. The third vignette is with Rocket Raccoon with Groot, The fourth vignette is with Rhodey as Iron Patriot. The Hulk is on a rampage and is still angry. Tony Stark in his Silver Centurion suit. The last vignette is with Electro inside a power plant. For more pictures, visit my Flickr album. Feedback and questions are welcome. Sander
  8. sander1992

    How to Design a Modular or a Non-Modular Building?

    You're welcome. I take all my buildings to events. "Modular" building is a must for transport. I like to build is multiple theme's and mostly "big". Next landscape will be based on the Western theme. Then I'll have to make houses which can be transported in crates of boxes. I have some plans for modular houses, but not this year. A museum would be nice to make as a modular with references to other themes.
  9. sander1992

    Imperial Armada Layout

    Thank you, @Faladrin I agree that it could use some rocks, but the landscape was not really planned. It was build for Bricks am Meer 2.0 and that was past weekend. I was glad that the ship and the waves worked out.
  10. sander1992

    [LESTER] Adventure Jeep

    Nice jeep. I like the build of the windshield and the mudguards.
  11. sander1992

    Imperial Armada Layout

    Thank you. It was a part of a Time Twister layout. The ghost was from the Whirling Time Warper. @LegoModularFan Thanks, I never alter my pictures in Photoshop, because I don't know how to do that. I want to buy a more neutral and sleek background for better pictures. But for now I have to do with a black or a gray cloth. Thanks. There is a mechanism inside that moves minifigures in front of the openings and there is no room for interior.
  12. sander1992

    English 3th rate Agamemnon minifig scale

    Ok. This is huge. Great build and nice use of colors in your ship. And a lot of ropes in your ship. Thanks for sharing.
  13. sander1992

    [MOC] Taking Back the Marianne (Microships!)

    Nice! Great work on the shape of the ships and the sails.
  14. sander1992

    How to Design a Modular or a Non-Modular Building?

    Hi, Thank you for mentioning me, but I see a lot of names of builders greater than me. I have build a few modulars, but that is not my strong suit. Some builds of mine were easy to transport and some builds not. My version of the Hogwarts Castle had a lot of sections and layers. The second floor and the roof was removable. It was easy to transport. This Castle was build in length to focus more on the scenes inside. The staircase and entrance were big pieces and there was no box for those sections. The Castle was build in the style of the Hogwarts Castle of 2010. I read a lot of books and build the sets for details inside the rooms. My Space build had big buildings, but removable from the street by using 2x2 jumpers. The Highway on top was also removable. The buildings had a more modern look and I was trying different styles in each building. I just did it, I never thought about it. Those buildings were easy to transport in crates. My version of Amazon Ancient Ruins was inspired by the set. I wanted the same setup as the set, but build entirely with bricks and slopes. I started with the mechanism inside the cave and continued with the river. Then I started with the temple and mixing a few colors. I used some detailing from the set in this build. It was build on 3 XL base plates. Is this helping you @LegoModularFan?
  15. sander1992

    The Black Star

    Wooh! That is a good looking ship.