Redhead1982

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  1. Redhead1982

    Aussie sales! Share the news of LOCAL sales!

    Ok, the standard problem then. I've heard from some people that they ordered from S@H from one country, but sent to another (the address had both countries written). But I wouldn't dare to risk losing an order.
  2. Redhead1982

    Aussie sales! Share the news of LOCAL sales!

    The Hogwarts Express is available in Europe, at least at S@H for Slovenia. Is ordering via European S@H an option?
  3. Redhead1982

    [MOC]- LAPUTA-FAMILOK

    Nice work. The floating rock are always interesting to see. I'm missing more foliage on the rocks, to make it look more realistic. Using your daughter for scale comparison works well. I admire your ability to build with your daughter. In my experience, it's more unbuilding then building.
  4. Redhead1982

    Alternative Diner

    Although I like the original dark tourquise and pink colorscheme, your color variation looks equally great. The side "jukebox" details looks better in black, and so does the red letters. However, I wouldnd mind more colors on the awning of the diners. It does look like an old 50's diner has been updated to a more modern look.
  5. Redhead1982

    [MOC] Puch / Fiat 500

    Lovely rendition of this iconic car. I really like how you managed to get the right shape of the car using bricks, most notably in this small scale.
  6. Redhead1982

    [MOC] IKEA Furniture Store

    Well done. Since many people own Ikea furniture, it is interesting to see which pieces make it to being displayed in this smaller store. The Billy's and Malm are easily recognized (also my favourites in real life). I like some of the solutions used in the restaurant, like the grill tiles for the counters, the drink dispensers and pipes on the ceiling.
  7. Redhead1982

    [MOC] Submarine House

    This looks interesting. I wasn't convienced immediatelly, but after a while the house really grew on me. It's a bit too crowded with various details, and it's stands out too much. But considering this being your style, it has some very clever touches. I like the portholes and stone patio, however, my favourite is the roof section. The inverted arch part is great for creating a slightly different angle of the roof. Well done.
  8. Redhead1982

    [MOC] Klee Corner

    @paupadros You have certainly developed a very unique building style. Honestly, I'm starting to find your building too colorful and too detailed for my taste. All the tiny details seem to get lost, and I really need to have several views at buildings to really appreciate it all. My favourite is the narrow dark blue building, specifically the large window cowering the facade. It's a great way to open up a tiny space. I'm intrigued to see in more detail how the curved wall is built. While I like the texture and colours, together they look crowded. I'd go for one or the other. For some reason you're pushing the limits on how much intricate detailing can be included on the building. I know building digitally gives you more freedom in parts use. Never the less, there's always some inspiring detail to be found in your MOCs.
  9. Redhead1982

    Ford Mustang 1968

    I'm not a car fan, and initially I didn't even planned to comment this build. However, seeing it I changed my mind. It's awesome! It's hard to build at such a small scale, least to include many details. My favourite is the side view, which shows of tne shape very nicely. Missing glass is not a problem at all from this view, but I'd prefer a trans-black part for the front wind shield. But that's just me being picky. Well done.
  10. Redhead1982

    Lakeside Cottage

    If you're interested, you can learn more about (LEGO) photography in the Reviewers Academy. There's a thread on LEGO phoLEGO photography, written very plainly and informatively. I learned a lot just by reading (and then trying out different options). Afterall MOCs deserve to be presented in the best possible way.
  11. Redhead1982

    Lakeside Cottage

    The cottage itself is very interesting. It looks like an oldtraditional wooden cottage on the outside, but is furnished in a modern style. I'm not a fan of the window panes, so I'd prefer to have a glass installed. It would also match better with the ground floor large windows. The interior looks nice, specially the glass coffe tables, but the quality of the pictures doesn't do it justice. Have you tried different camera settings to remove the yellow hue and over-exposure? The lake looks a bit odd with the green water. The color is often reflected by the surroundings. Adding a tree or two would be nice, or simply extending the grass more organically to the water edges. Despite these ''negative'' comments, I really like it. Thanks for sharing.
  12. @Holodoc Well done with the photos. The subtitles to the photos are perfect. It really was a great event.
  13. Redhead1982

    Re-Creation Contest Voting Thread

    I vote for #2 and #6.
  14. Finally managed to upload photos from the trip to my Flickr Album. I didn't took many, so I don't think there's much more to see.
  15. Redhead1982

    MOC: The Brixton Hotel

    Beautiful as always! It's hard to say what looks best - the color choice is fantastic, these natural dark tones work really well with the gold details. The lowered floor in the center of the lobby is a nice touch. My favourite for sure is the patterned floor with different geometrical patterns. Well done.