seejay

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  1. seejay

    Custom Sticker Sizes

    Ha! Try those google searches now. "Lego dimensions" has come to mean something very different. :)
  2. @MAB Thanks. Glad it will be easy.
  3. Trying my first go at decaling soon. I had a look through the indexes (some very helpful info there), but I wasn't able to find info on sources of decal supplies in Europe. Any pointers would be appreciated. Here's the project, if you're interested: https://www.flickr.com/photos/189221496@N04/with/51089831448/
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    Review: modular marble run

    Just popping in here to say that I did build something based on the instructions I got from Polegon, the kiddo and I are having a lot of fun with it.
  5. I adapted the work of two others: the marble elevator from JK Brickworks (https://reb.li/m/46321) and the Modular Marble Run by Jan Zenzen (link below). The modules stack together without stud connections, so it's easy to experiment with building different runs. Video of it in action:
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    DB BR 50 with Kabinentender

    This is flawless. I was really captivated by the details.
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    Insectoids: the Next Generation

    Hopefully these will answer your questions. I did them pretty quickly. Sorry for the dust.
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    Insectoids: the Next Generation

    Thanks for you compliments and interest! I'll get some more photos of those details in the coming days and share them.
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    Insectoids: the Next Generation

    Thanks for that critique! I'm not totally sold on them either. The original didn't have much movement; they could only swing together in the horizontal plane. I wanted to improve on that aspect, but I'm not quite happy with them. Thanks everyone for your kind comments. I'm glad you like it. I do think it was a cool theme with a non-violent backstory and play. And how often has any kind of sci-fi been brave enough to have no humans involved?
  10. Half spider, half firefly, the Insectoids Arachnoid Star Base (set 6977 from 1998) has to be one of the weirdest sets Lego ever produced. I found most of it in a bin of used Lego I bought. Although the original design is awkward, there are some nice printed parts and it has a goofy sort of charm, so I decided to modernize it. I've added suspension to the wheels, made the magnet arms retractable and more posable on ball joints, and moved the hover bike and storage compartments to the sides where they won't be blocked by the "firefly" part of the vehicle when it is docked.
  11. seejay

    [MOC] Classic Space Transport Shuttle

    I like the shaping around the cockpit and the intentional gaps you left between some of the curves and the tiles on top. Just the right greebliness, in my opinion. The folding landing gear looks like it will work great. Maybe you have enough space there to add some skids or pads to the gear? Here is a quick one-up-one-down shot of folding gear on a viper I built. These are based on hinge bricks and the skids are a bit fidly; so not exactly the solution for your excellent shuttle, but some kind of skid/foot that folds into the 1 stud wide layer on the bottom would add a lot, I think. Great work!
  12. An addition to Rainbow Bear's pastel arsenal. I really enjoyed building a mech to help Rainbow Bear in the never ending battle against evil and grumpiness, so I decided he probably needs some other vehicles too. I've been thinking of different uses for the Lego gel pens as well as the motorcycle sport fairing (18895) and this just all sort of came together in my head. I'm especially pleased with the connections made to the motorcycle fairing. Definitely illegal, but sturdy. The result has been thoroughly swoosh-tested by my little one. Glittering Viper - Rainbow Bear's Starfighter See more on Flickr
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    6ft Rapunzel Tower from the Movie Tangled (MOC

    This is really outstanding. The textures are rich and every square centimeter is just bursting with detail and color. Even just the section with the tree and riverside alone would be an amazing build on it's own, but the whole thing together is a masterpiece!
  14. seejay

    Heart Melter Mk 2

    Thanks! Cuddly and greebly is a good description of what I was going for. I'm working on additional vehicles in Rainbow Bear's arsenal. Congrats on Sonic Mania!
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    Lego Retro Arcade MOC

    I commented on Lego Ideas before, but I'll say it here too: that gumball machinne is _perfect_. Something about the 1x1 cheese wedge perfectly evokes the heavy metal door those things have.