Captain Green Hair

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  • Birthday 01/18/1982

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    Lego, modelbuilding, lego, rock music, festivals, lego, motorcycles, lego and travelling. Oh and did I say Lego?

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  1. Captain Green Hair

    [MOC] Mr. Bean's Mini Cooper

    Man I remmember this scene, I laughed my shirt off. Great build and very smooth animations, what program did you use?
  2. Captain Green Hair

    [MOC] Record Store

    Love the use of colour, especially that sign is great!
  3. Captain Green Hair

    [MOC] TRABANT 601

    Instantly recognizable and some funny variatons on it. Well done!
  4. Captain Green Hair

    [MOC] My city/train layout for 2020

    What a wonderfull little layout! Very lively and complete, docks and all!
  5. Captain Green Hair

    [MOC] The Greenville subway station

    Hi guys, Here is another oneI haven't shared yet. Well it isn't exactly complete, but good enough to post I think. I know it lacks a roof and I actually wanted to add grafitti and lights. It is being scrapped, so I will not continue on it. The Greenville subway station is a 1980's New York style subway station. I've mixed old and new white bricks to get the dirty tiled look on the walls, and besides that there's many hints that point out the 80's. First up an overview, the D line train is just arriving. The D line is an R34 car, man it is hard to make these boxy grey things look interesting. Here are some details: In the left corner New York's finest is looking for a crook, on their own time off course. There's also a few rats in the corner that found their way to the trash. Speaking of trash, also note the track is pretty littered. Next to that is a typical NYC wooden subway station bench, on it a hobo is drinking and we see some other characters. Nex to that is the news stand and vending machines, I especially like the one with the cookies inside oh and the ghettoblaster is off course another real 80's gem :) Next to that is another bench and a dude with the first portable phone! :-o And at the far end we see a guy on a skateboard coming down the stairs, though this is still done, it was really big in the 80's. And at last we finally find our crook fleeing into the tunnel. That's it! I hope you like it even when not done. Another one is coming.. Mahalo!
  6. Captain Green Hair

    [MOC] Amsterdam in the seventies

    No it isn't, I think the fine these days is about 150 euros.
  7. Captain Green Hair

    La Comete

    Yeah, why didn't you? You guys are nuts!😆 She's still a great looking ship! All the little mods make me feel like it's a bounty ship which is made to the taste of the new owner. And that story is almost right, apart from the fact you paid for it off course.😄
  8. Captain Green Hair

    [MOC] Amsterdam in the seventies

    Great idea, just you wait (might take a while)!😆 And thank you all for the nice comments, I'm glad you like it!
  9. Captain Green Hair

    THE PIRATE BAY IS GOING TO BE AN OFFICIAL LEGO SET!!!!

    That is fantastic news! I must get two of those now!
  10. Captain Green Hair

    THE PIRATE BAY IS GOING TO BE AN OFFICIAL LEGO SET!!!!

    How can you tell it is not the exact same? I can't from the images at hand...
  11. Captain Green Hair

    Union 72 Amsterdam tram/streetcar

    Fantastic build, thank you for sharing!
  12. Captain Green Hair

    [WIP] 1:14 Swedish electric locomotive Rc1

    Very cool! And nice to see you're still building stuff.
  13. Captain Green Hair

    BR 194

    What a phenomenal build this is! Too bad those clips for the pantographs don't come in red and is dark green really that expensive these days?
  14. Captain Green Hair

    THE PIRATE BAY IS GOING TO BE AN OFFICIAL LEGO SET!!!!

    Like you don't have enough monkeys already! There appear to be other problems with the animals included. I was sooo happy to see this comes with a pink(!) pig but then I realized it has eyelases.... a pig with eyelashes...really? This aint no Friends set Lego! Same with the shark, sharks do not have eyebrows... But besides that it looks like a nice set with a classic feel and it also brings back a few classic characters:) The ship is arguably the best ever it come from a set and the first to ever have actual tumblehome. But it does not look as sleek as the old cuda to me. I do like the fact it also comes with a new set of classic sails. For me this is not a must have, but for anyone just starting into Lego pirates it definitely should be on top of your list!
  15. Captain Green Hair

    [MOC] Amsterdam in the seventies

    Hi guys, After days, weeks, months..no YEARS of building my Amsterdam diorama is finally 100% complete. Some of you might have seen this at Brickmania Antwerp last December, but it was missing a few trans blue cheeses there lol. It depicts the city in the early seventies, you can see hippies and disco dudes. Another great sign of this age is the old rickety warehouse being transformed into luxury appartments. The diorama includes many little scenes, I'll explain with the pictures below. After this post I'll see if I can display it in a public place for a while, or sell the entire thing. Otherwise I might do one last show and then will recycle it to make new things. I hope you enjoy the pictures! First off an overal shot, unfortunately I could not get it any sharper with the camera's I have on hand right now; Next up the back of the buildings, nothing too special but still; Some detail on the rear; Cops 'n robbers; The old buildings in Amsterdam have really small staircases and this is why most of the furniture is still moved through the windows; In the street corner we find a typical Dutch street organ with an operator asking for coins; On the newly created roof patio a couple enjoys their free time; On the other corner roof a guest from outer space has landed, or are we seeing things from all the smoking; Definitely some shady business going on in this corner stairwell; If you have to go, you have to go. Don't fall in though, some people die that way every year.. Besides the warehouse we can see some more construction works and the owner of the houseboat smoking a big fatty; A bit more detail on the warehouse to show the delapitation and the old commercial signs which were painted onto the buildings; And some detail on the other corner, which is an excisting building on the ''Prinseneiland'' by the way, not all buildings are 100% based on excisting ones; The corner cafe on the right has a full interior, there are some other bits of interior but not as detailed as this; Some interior works in the side of the warehouse to make it look more appealing from that side; Hey is that Elvis riding by? Also note the lock on the bycicle just hanging from the railings, a sight we also seee often besides all the bikes actually in the water. Be carefull were you jump in in case you do feel like swimmimg. The 1940's blue tram is powered by powerfunctions; In a city with as much water as Amsterdam you off course see a lot of boats. First one is this ''Tjalk'' a cargo ship from around 1900 which is now used as a houseboat; Next up is the ''salonboot'used to sail tourist around the canals. These are also oftenn owned by luxury hotels to transport their guests; Last but not least is the ''bakdek kruiser'' a small yacht with a low nose to be able to go under the bridges. In the front is a cabin with beds, kitchen etc. This is actually my favourite type of yacht; Lastly I made one of those facade pictures I often see tourist make, perhaps you fancy it;