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    Hello, and welcome to my profile page. I have a room full of LEGO town, railway, space, Doctor Who & other assorted sets / MOCs / MODs. I built my town featuring these MODs of sets: Medieval Market Village, Town Plan, Diagon Alley, World City / CITY, and Trains.

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  1. Murdoch17

    The Purple Waves

    Honestly, both the topic title and design of the MOC remind me of late-60's to mid-70's sci-fi book cover art... which is a good thing! Fantastic job!
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    Eurobricks' Licensed Cozy Corners Contest - The winners!

    Congrats to the winners!
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    Lego Licensed Parts available from Bricks & Pieces

    go to Bricklink! Don't have to worry about being banned there!
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    Herlock Sholmes - TAOFTHRM 8

    I'll see your bet and raise you with my entire tulip farm. I vote for it's all a dream caused by Bannanarite-spiked drink. (spelled that incorrectly, I think)
  5. Sorry for the late reply, but thank you @CDKiii: That's what I was going for! @OccamsRazor the bricks are actually slightly discolored in places - hope this gives off the same effect you were asking about. To everyone else: All digital pictures replaced with real world photos as of NOW!!
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    Pink or Bright Pink?

    They both appear to be bright pink. Such fluctuations in color are common these days, sadly.
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    Doctor Who General Discussion

    Seeing this thread jump up in the forum almost gave me a heart attack. I got really, really excited for a second there... But yes, I agree with you 100%. Maybe since Disney is distributing now outside the UK we will get new sets... but I'm not holding my breath after the current Indiana Jones fiasco.
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    [MOC] The Turtle (submarine)

    Almost or completely running out of air seems to be a common thread amongst early submarines. (just ask the CSS Hunley's crew!) Fantastic MOC, love the many details!
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    Instructions for 7784 2006 UCS Batmobile

    The real world ones are just as bad. It wasn't a good time for Lego instructions...
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    [MOC] Always Stop For A Red Flag Waving

    I also grew up with these two, along with The Little Engine That Could. Of those three, Tootle was top bedtime reading material, but that waned once I could read for myself - Thomas took over then, as my coverless and well-worn semi-complete collection book can attest. Thank you @evancelt for bringing back fond memories of my youth.
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    Lucky LEGO finds

    I got four free totes full of Lego. Three from one friend, one from another... both were just giving them away. I found a bunch of chrome from a UCS Naboo Starfighter, Narcissa Malfoy, and a Clone Commander Fox (sans helmet) in three three totes. I also got a crap ton of wheels and clocks.
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    [MOC] Always Stop For A Red Flag Waving

    Love the MOC! The text reminds me a bit of the Little Golden Book "Tootle", with the "always stop for a red flag, no matter what" line being straight from that book. Funnily enough, both Tootle and the first book in The Railways Series both came out in the same year: 1945. Now how about that for a coincidence!
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    Lego doesn't release this info to the public, and there are no lists like what you seek @Cerobien. When a set goes EoL, it's usually a surprise to everyone that it's not being sold anymore. It used to be sets hung around for three or more years (back in the 70's), then two, but in modern time some last weeks or even days (Cuusoo / IDEAS' Curiosity Rover lasted 10 days in the USA and that was it, for example.) but most times it's over 1 & 1/2 years from beginning to end of a set, depending on a whole bunch of factors that we the public will never know.
  14. She drives herself in the two animated films that I'm basing this off of. That butler guy from the late-90's live-action remake + horrible sequel did drive her in that series, but the car was black and white in those two films. Thanks for the suggestion, though @JopieK! Thank you @Jdrewg!
  15. This car is owned by Cruella De Vil of "101 Dalmatians" fame in the classic red and black paint-scheme of that animated film... and no, its doesn't fall-apart like in the sequel film, "Patch's London Adventure". (at least, not on purpose!) I built the model by heavily stretching set 40532 - Vintage Taxi by about seven studs. This allowed for me to add in some mechanical details, although it might be a bit too long now. I added a covered spare tire at the rear of the car, and blacked out the back windscreen to give the impression of a fabric convertible top. As an added bonus, the car still seats two figures with room in the trunk for luggage. The whole point of building this car is to give Cruela from the upcoming Disney CMF her iconic vehicle back and complete her "look". I plan on buying this figure as soon as it comes out on April 1st. Thoughts?