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  • Birthday 08/24/1987

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    speculative fiction, video games, classic cars and car culture, bass guitars, Lego


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  1. Immo

    Pirate sets you would like to see

    I really don't want to argue, but it's not about "politics" - the term tends to be a boogeyman these days - but about basic decency towards indigenous people whose way of life is usually portrayed as "savagery" which brings nothing but trouble.
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    Pirate sets you would like to see

    Something Imperial. of course. Preferably a fort/port set with a small sloop-sized trader ship - something like 6277 Imperial Trading Post a.k.a. Port Royal. On Pirates side, well... While Pirates of Barracuda Bay is definitely one of the most self-contained and self-sufficient sets, I'd gladly welcome a tribute to the small retro Pirates sets that would be Pirates-themed equivalent of Star Wars' Battle Packs: based on figs with some small accessories like rafts, dinghies, gun carts or cannons with figs different from the ones in PotBB set, of course - the repetition of old deserves to die out; if something bigger, than perhaps with small islands with hidden treasures like 6254 Rocky Reef: And NO Islanders, please. This sub-theme is problematic.
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    [MOC] The treasure is at the bottom

    You're welcome, it's a wonderful MOC well worthy of praise. P.S. you clearly haven't met my cat. He needs to be everywhere. And claw EVERYTHING. He's a menace.
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    Post your Pirate Crew: Pirate Figbarfs

    Having ordered Pirates of Barracuda Bay set I've quickly decided I will enlarge the crew with time. And as the delivery is prolonging because Polish Post can't do the one thing they are meant to do properly, I have accelerated my plans and got myself some bits and bobs to quickly create two extra crewmembers. Nothing much, but I like how they look.
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    [MOC] The treasure is at the bottom

    Added this to my "Things I'd Totally Do If I Hadn't Had A Cat With Destructive Tendencies" list. It's a long list. A very long list. Anyway, it's a great MOC idea and execution.
  6. Finally, ordered the Pirates of Barracuda Bay :jollyroger:
    So happy!

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    [MOC] BT-33 Cobra

    Amazing merger of Old and New, further reinforcing my wish to see Blacktron theme resurrected.
  8. C-Model for Creator set 31085 (Mobile Stunt Show). An oversized hot rod for stunt shows, spewing fire, going fast and loud and getting some nice air time after jumping from ramps. Features: - individual suspension for each wheel (hard front and softer rear for crazy landings) - minifig-scale cockpit with steering wheel, gear shifter and mock gauge - small but openable and functional trunk (set's wrench would fit, or maybe two pizzas?) Pictured is the render of exact .io model of the physical build (aside from the rubber band for the rear suspension) - I don't have enough space and proper lighting to make some good photos.
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    [MOC] Skoda 110R

    I don't want to use the word "flawless" in vain. But here it's justified. It's flawless. 2019 Mustang level of awesomeness.
  10. Just received my 75243 20th Anniversary Slave I. It took me 19 years to get a Lego Slave I and that thing was a kind of my equivalent of Gen-X'ers "Rocket Firing Boba Fett" - a promised toy that never arrived, symbolizing all false promises given to kids Anyway, I'm super hyped, but I decided to unbox it only after I'll get a new contract and the set wouldn't have to be my safety deposit.
  11. Immo

    Lego Motorized vs Manual

    More and more I'm in favor of manual-powered functions. 1st of all, a motorized function like opening doors or lifting a boom or whatever like this seems like a wasteful effort. Those functions can easily be hand-powered. Winch or something else that is quite tedious to operate may be motorized, though. 2nd of all, motorization takes room. A lot of it. And I'm in favor of small builds, 40 studs long stuff. 3rd of all, manually-operated functions frequently require less fuss. You can create some functions that are basically operated as a switch; if you power them, they still require flipping a switch, just elsewhere. Seems redundant.
  12. I'd argue that front steering would make it behave even more like a car. It needs rear steering to feel boatlike and there's no space for this. Having that said, if I was designing such a set, I'd give it two front wheels to power the motor which would be a V4 or V6 with pin-sized cylinders (like 2019's Corvette set's engine) and rear steering.
  13. The C-Model of notorious 42039 24 Hour Race Car. Just like Bootleg Belle, the idea here was to build an oversized desert truck. While Belle goes with hot rod styling, Dream is a pickup truck that someone carved up to extreme extent, installed an oversized and boosted V8 in the back, topped it with preposterous wing and thus fashioned a beast to dominate any desert. It looks angry and ridiculous, because that's how I felt while building it - my girlfriend was reading a particularly bad - yet published by a renowned publishing house! - novel aloud while I was building Features: ► V8 engine with moving pistons and twin "procharger" pulleys, ribbed hose headers and two exhausts, connected to rigid transmission with differential ► radiator with cap & hood intercooler intake ► individual front wishbone suspension & rear live Hotchkiss drive (dragged axle) with integrated bumper ► steering connected to HOG ► opening doors ► cockpit with a (non-functioning) steering wheel, dashboard and seats ► oversized rear wing, rear view mirrors, front lights, reverse lights and stop lights, two side fuel tanks with caps
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    42093 Corvette ZR-1

    It's an old MOCcer trick and it makes total sense at that scale. I'm for one happy that finally we have a licensed model shorter than 40 studs. It'll be affordable. And it's done pretty well for that scale.