bountybossk

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    [MOC] Fire Lookout Tower

    I'd like to call it cozy ;) Thank you for your vote!
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    [MOC] Fire Lookout Tower

    Hi everyone! I'm excited to show you my submission for Bricklink Designer Program Series 4: Fire Lookout Tower! Voting is open until Friday. If you like it, you can vote here: https://www.bricklink.com/v3/designer-program/series-4/1198/Fire-Lookout-Tower The model consists of around 1370 pieces and includes 3 minifigures: the firewatch (and his dog) and the hiker couple (who actually represent my parents). The tower has a detailed exterior and interior and I've included a lot of cool mini-builds. On the outside you'll find a porta-potty, a generator and a water tank. The interior includes a desk (with a computer, radio and a desk fan), a bed for both the firewatch and his dog, the Osborne fire finder (spins 360), a small kitchen and a wood burner. I think this model would look fantastic to several exisiting LEGO sets including the A-frame cabin (see image below) and the yellow Land Rover Defender. You can also find additional images via the linke above. Let me know what you think and all feedback is highly appreciated! Thank you! Ps. Can you find the knights helmet used in a different way for this model? ;)
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    [MOC] Vampire's Lair

    Thanks for the kinds words all! Appreciate all the feedback! The helmet on the statue is a "custom" part. I tried to replicate the old Bat Lord helmet as that part wasn't available in the software I used. I does consist of 2 existing piece though: Ultron's helmet (Marvel) and a Batarang.
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    [MOC] Vampire's Lair

    Hi everyone! I'm excited to show you my new LEGO Ideas project: Vampire's Lair! The set is a mix between Castle and Monster Fighters with elements of Gothic architecture. You'll also find references to some of my favourite childhood LEGO themes like Fright Knights, Wolfpack and Adventurers. Let me know what you think! If you like it, you can vote here to support it. Thank you :) Stefan
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    [MOC] The Snack Shack - my BDP submission

    Thank you! I'm incredibly excited and really looking forward to work with Bricklink to prepare the set for crowdfunding/production!
  6. Hi everyone! I'd like to share with you my submission for Bricklink's Designer Program (BDP): The Snack Shack! The BDP is currently in the voting stage after which 5 sets will be selected for crowd funding. Your vote is highly appreciated! It's a 548-piece build inspired by a foodtruck I visited during a trip to Key West (Florida). The build includes a compact snack bar in a classic travel trailer with a small front deck, palm tree and other exterior detail. The interior includes a deep fryer, a fridge, a condiment station and a prep station with milkshake machine and sandwich grill. I think the Snack Shack would be a great addition to any LEGO city. The trailer can be easily removed from the base, so you can place it anywhere you like. I'd love to hear what you guy think!
  7. Like many, I wasn't impressed with the proportions and some of the details of the officials set. Here are some of my adjusments: Redesigned the droid-pod (missing the new 2022 angled piece in Studio unfortunately) Made the body (in front of the cockpit) 2 studs shorter Changed the width of the front wing Redesigned the front/mounted guns Let me know what you think!
  8. I don't want to be that guy... But we don't know if R2 has front printing in the trash compactor set. We can't see it in any of the pictures... Edit: never mind. You can see the printing in a video on LEGO's Instagram.
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    Lego Licensed Parts available from Bricks & Pieces

    The state of B&P is kind of weird right now. Netherlands uses the new system. None of the new March pieces are available, so I called. The LEGO-employee was super helpful, but he had no idea why I couldn't order them online because I could order all those pieces by phone. Nice surprise: I was able to order the elephant body this way. Not so nice surprise: shipping costs increased from €1,80 to €6,00 on all orders... Then I received the invoice for my Jan 24 order. It was less then I ordered. Checked the status of my order: some pieces shipped, other still in warehouse. Never had this happen, but shipping costs were reduced. Strange though.
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    Lego Licensed Parts available from Bricks & Pieces

    What the actual f... None of those parts seem to be available in the new B&P system (using Dutch website). Really happy with the change so far...
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    Lego Licensed Parts available from Bricks & Pieces

    I might have just bought a medium sized set worth of double moulded legs... The LBG-legs with black boots are just *chef's kiss*.
  12. Exciting! Liking the first rumors, but some more diversity in sets (Boba/Mando, PT and CW) would be welcome.
  13. Yeah... In your personal opinion. I also really hate the "nobody asked for this" comments. You probably didn't ask for a UCS Landspeeder. But guess what? There are probably a lot of people who like the idea. Enough for LEGO to turn it into an actual product. I'm really interested in all of the rumored sets. Really looking forward to displaying the UCS AT-AT with the Hoth AT-ST and 1 or 2 of the Hoth Battle Packs. I like the Creator Expert cars, UCS Landspeeder the same size could be really nice.
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    Lego Licensed Parts available from Bricks & Pieces

    Don't think it was mentioned here, but the printed pieces from Ecto-1 are also available.
  15. I've built Boba's Starship this afternoon and I just don't know about this set... It's kind of confusing really. Was this set really designed to give kids the chance to own and build a Slave I for $50? If so, why is it such a complex and tiny ship? This Slave I is around 550 pieces. The little Slave I from 75222 is almost exactly the same size, gets the job done and uses just 300 pieces. LEGO nailed the simple X-Wing (75301). Great proportions, good size and just a simpler version of the 2018 version. Maybe Boba's Starship should've been a much simpler (but slightly smaller) version of the 20th Anniversary Slave I? Now it's just an overly detailed version of the Slave I from 75222 and I'm not sure if that was the best choice.