Thomas Waagenaar

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About Thomas Waagenaar

  • Birthday 03/13/1999

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    Venlo
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    Gaming, movies, and Lego ofcourse.

    Also lurking on Eurobricks, I'm really good at that. Been doing it for years now! ^^

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  1. Thomas Waagenaar

    [COR-FB] The Andromache

    A beautiful looking ship! Do you intend to build her in real bricks too? Because I'm sure she would look even more impressive that way!
  2. Thomas Waagenaar

    [SR-FB] - Hilto, al-Obeidi village

    Impressive micro! Everywhere you look there is something interesting to see!
  3. Interesting and good use of the IKEA boxes! Fit right into a desert town, although it might be a bit too modern to fit with the rest of the theme here... ­čśů
  4. Thomas Waagenaar

    Tulips ... and sistershipping

    Excellent looking scene! The coat rack is really well done, the brown frogs! Honestly that's a use I couldn't have ever imagined... And, I wonder how one plays 'chess' with only 4 units per side? I'd like to know the rules of this game ;)
  5. Thomas Waagenaar

    [OL - FB] Iron Mine Tunnels

    I love the way you did the ambient light, it really gives it that "underground" feeling!
  6. And excellent looking factory! Personally more a fan of tea myself, but I'm certain the people from Hellion will love a good cup of coffee in the morning!
  7. Thomas Waagenaar

    [SR - Habana Fleet]

    An impressive fleet to say the least! I'm a huge fan of the galleon on the first picture, it looks outstanding!
  8. Recently an order was placed for a new ship, one to sail short distances to trade goods for the crown. After a while, the sloop "Le Petit Bleu" was finished. Down below we see her embarked at a dock, waiting for the sailors to stock her up for her maiden voyage! Le Petit Bleu OOC: This is @Ross Fisher his reward from the faction flavours challenge. As he was unable to make something himself, he gave away the license. So we all figured it would be best to use it for the faction. Anything helps with the less-than-optimal financial status ;).
  9. Out of all 3 designs this one is definitely my favourite! It really does look like a cute little Fluyt and really makes me want to design one too!
  10. Thomas Waagenaar

    [OL - CH IV - Micro Reward] Both? Both. Both is good.

    Thanks all! Wasn't the intention, but I can definitely see the likeness. Especially to his Snake Plissken character! It's basically a carbon copy of him but older!
  11. "Sir, we received funds for a new church. We have made two mock-ups down in the basement. Please come and choose which one we should construct." "Ofcourse Sacha, let me have a look." Micro Churches "What do you think of these designs, Sir?" "They look excellent, however do we really have to pick one? We have two plots of land available. One plot in Nola Mar, and one in North Silitonia." "Well, we could stretch the budget and get both made..." "Sounds good to me. Let's start construction." OOC: Making pictures with minifigures is really difficult if you don't have a fancy light box and lights etc. So I'm pretty happy with how this turned out. Regarding the churches, I really wanted to establish my characters to go into the religious side of BOBS too. Spoken with Ross a while back too and I've got some neat ideas. This is also for both my micro-prizes from the Rebuilding Terraversa challenge. Going with 2x Large Arts/Culture means that once I finish my ship, I should have enough income to play even with the ships upkeep. Maybe even earn more than I lose. Anyways, I'd appreciate any feedback! Especially regarding photo-stuff... And yes, the title is a reference to "The Road to El Dorado", where the two main characters have to decide what option to take and they can't choose. :P
  12. What can I say, it's a super cute vignette! The different shades of green against the white background, with the red uniforms as accentuating colour. It just looks very good and clean!
  13. Thomas Waagenaar

    [OL - FB] Beauchamp Shipyard Twin Blast Furnaces

    Wow, this looks amazing! Whenever you think it can't get any bigger, it becomes bigger! Can't wait to see the "final" result in 5 years or so ;)
  14. I had never seen that image, whenever someone says "small ship" I just imagined something like Renegade Runner set. The fact that she's over 1.1kg and you can just hold her easily that's a really impressive fact, I don't think anyone thinks it isn't! Genuinly jealous that you managed to rig her so well, as its a feat I personally wouldn't be able to do, no matter how small the ship! I don't think anyone is jabbing at you. No one is saying what you're doing is bad. And yes, I got a method that works for me, which is great, and indeed, many things to improve for the next project. Honestly, communicating like this over the internet is hard, there is no tonal impression, no body language, you can't hear my voice, we can't hear yours, you don't see each others body languages. A lot of nuance gets lost via the internet. This whole conversation started due to a miscommunication on my part and we've been talking besides each other thinking we were talking about the same but weren't the entire time, I should have been clearer on what I ment from the start. I'm sorry if I made you feel unwanted, that really was not my intention. Sorry
  15. Luckily it does what it's supposed to do . Can't relate to the smaller vessels yet though, this is the smallest ship I've made so far that wasn't a prototype. Considering it's still standing after I bumped a pan into it yesterday... (And let's not talk about the plates over the past week, I really need a bigger dining table to construct this stuff on )