GewoonWouter

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  1. GewoonWouter

    [MOC] Lonesome George

    I like that idea for a palm tree! Nice little scene as well.
  2. GewoonWouter

    [MOC] Europa

    Nice ship indeed. I've been reading a lot of topics on building lego ships and there are is equal amount of different techniques for - say - hull and bow. This one looks interesting, seems like common techniques used but you did your own thing with it, Nice ship indeed. I've been reading a lot of topics on building lego ships and there are is equal amount of different techniques for - say - hull and bow. This one looks interesting, seems like common techniques used but you did your own thing with it, I'm looking forward to see you post an insight and add a crew. Being a scale modeller myself (non lego) it's always good to see a crew, gives you a sense of scale. (btw, I really love the flag too!)
  3. GewoonWouter

    Romanos-Port Royal

    I agree, this one has lots of atmosphere, well done.
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    [MOC] HMS BIRCH

    What an impressive piece of work! So much time and effort went into this but it was worth it. I just rediscovered Lego again after the odd 25+ years and this kind of MOC is a whole different kind of game than I did as a kid long time ago . Jawdropping work skipper!
  5. I just rediscovered my old 12V cargo train set and I must say, I really like your builds. They look very good, and first time I see a steering post in Lego, nice feature!
  6. This is amazing stuff, wow. Truly impressive, with so much to look at. I can only imagine how long it took you to build this. Cool!
  7. GewoonWouter

    [MOC] Steward's Glen Station

    Love this scene, it's so atmospheric. And without the description I would have guessed it would have been a station in England, so that's nicely executed I'd say!
  8. I always loved the look of this station and I like what you did with it, sure is credible (and yes, often the signal controlling areas are to be found in main stations - at least I know this for sure it's like that over here in Belgium, though with modern technology that is changing as well). The smaller station is nice feature too. I like the fact that you sticked to the classic looks as well. Nice one!
  9. GewoonWouter

    Hi from Belgium

    Hi everyone, I just signed up at the forum so I thought I'd introduce myself. My name is Wouter and I live in the Northern part of Belgium. I'm a shunting engineer (train driver) and I have three kids. I have several hobbies and interests. History is my main point of interest - especially World War II and scale modelling is one of the things I practice in line with that interest. I'm from 1981 and I got into Lego at an era which - personally - I think the greatest Lego stuff was released. With three brothers at home it's fair to say we quite got a bit of Lego together. Going from space over the town, knights, 12V trains to the pirates. I have three kids myself, a girl at age 10, and two boys: 6 and 4. So I thought it was about time to take out the Lego from the attic at my moms' house and start building it for my children (any excuse ey ^^). This forum sure is a treasure with lots of stuff to discover. Cheers, Wouter