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  1. hoopoe

    Minifig parts I.D. Help please

    You' re welcome here's more: http://alpha.bricklink.com/pages/clone/catalogitem.page?P=973p29c01#T=C&C=9 http://alpha.bricklink.com/pages/clone/catalogitem.page?P=87557pb03#T=C http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemIn.asp?P=973pb0906c01&in=M cheers!
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    Minifig parts I.D. Help please

    Good one, Goyle! ;-) Here's one: http://alpha.bricklink.com/pages/clone/catalogitem.page?P=973px181c01#T=C&C=11 try to look for "color arms" etc.
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    [MOC]s Cylinder Hemisphere Experiments

    The oasis is still the best, the fairy is a good idea but looks a bit weird.
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    [MOC] The Ryuguong Hotel

    very beautifully drawn, although neither the original nor the model look like a buiding to me ;-) good luck!
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    [MOC] MOColate dessert.

    Looks very tasty indeed. I found something similar in a LEGO Ideas Book, built it and offered it to people at our exhibitions. That was a so much fun. Two people asked if I were a dentist.
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    Geisel Library: A LEGO Architecture MOC

    I adore this piece of work and if I would live near to the place, I also would like to have the building instructions. It showcases a fair bit amount of research and trial, as seen in the other versions. What I don't like is the effort you put in the box design, as it makes people believe (who don't read the whole lines) that this set is available and try to look out for it. However, I don't even believe, that it is legal to put the trademarked LEGO Brand onto a product, that is not a LEGO product. As for the engraved tiles, which I have used a lot for my own MOCs, I have to say, that I stopped using them, because what can I do with it after disassambling the model one day. For exhibitions a card does the trick as well.
  7. ... to the Show that Never Ends, Ladies & Gentlemen, Emerson, Lake & Palmer (in Memoriam Keith Emerson)
  8. Here's a new one. At our last exhibtion, children liked another tower, which I've bulit, and so a decided to build something even taller to impress them the next time even more ;-). Indeed I started to build it at the exhibition (show-MOCing), so people could see, how I build without any building instruction, and seeing whats inside the tower. Height: 107 cm Inside:
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    My parents' house

    very very well done. I'm sure you had great fun making it. maybe all of us should provide their (parents) house retrospectivly.
  10. Someone in my LUG asked me to try Urbino - so here it is - dedicated to all Italianos who are on Eurobricks. Ciau!
  11. very beautifully done, very impressive
  12. The LEGO architecture series is a Landmark thing and it is very unlikely they would release something from Austria, since our fame comes more from Mozart and classical music. Nevertheless I tried to find one buiding, that would represent typical Austrian architecture and which I could transfer to a useful scale, to stand at least a bit of a chance that it would be relesased as LEGO Set. The more famous Castle of Schönbrunn is to wide and would be far too small in height. The Gloriette is mainly beautiful because of sitting on top of a hill. Perhaps the Riesenrad would do, but then, transferred to a miniscale it would look like any ferry's wheel. The Upper Belvedere is home to a world famous painting, The Kiss by Gustav Klimt and thus one of the most visited castles in Vienna. Hope ya like my Version of it. https://ideas.lego.com/projects/115271 @ Pandora: sorry, didn't know, thanks for puttin' it right
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    Wildlife Encounters

    Really fantastic creatures. Those have true potential to be released as LEGO Ideas Set. I can already see them in their box and on the store shelf. Congrats!
  14. aaah, what a fullmoon night that was, anyway, that was the last plate, and i could sure need a bit of a nap right now
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    [MOC] CMF Vignettes

    unspool his rope? man, if i can stand like that completely freehanded, i probably wouldn't even need wings to fly ;-) No, in ernest, very cute and funny both vigtnettes. If every CMF-collector would put up such a vignette for each and every of his figurines, now THAT would be an awesome collection for any shelf!