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  1. MOC: Tailgating with a sixpack of Duff Beer I was genuinely conflicted as to where to post this. I'd considered the Scale forum, but that didn't seem right. Maybe the Special forum? Possibly, but again not right. So, I've put it in the Licensed forum for its Simpson's reference. I hope you enjoy it - now, if you'll excuse me I have to crack open another beer - it looks like i spilled the first. More stuff and nonsense on Flickr - Mods: Please feel free to move this elsewhere if you think it's a better fit there.
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    MOC: "You're right Shaggy!"

    Thanks! Unfortunately my attempts at a Scooby were miserably bad - so i recycled him into the TV Table. So, I guess, technically he's still in the picture. You just didn't recognize him :)
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    MOC: "You're right Shaggy!"

    MOC: You're Right Shaggy! The resolution on these old TVs is rubbish" More stuff and nonsense on Flickr.
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    MOC: Trick or Treat

    MOC: Trick or Treat Halloween comes earlier every year don't you think? These guys are dressed as a Ghost, Loot Box Llama and mini-cthulhu. Enjoy!
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    MOC: Jaws

    MOC: Jaws I went through four earlier versions that weren't up to scratch so they got thrown overboard in the chum bucket. Come on in - the water's fine!
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    MOC: Good/Bad build

    I can't decide whether this is a good build or not.... More stuff and nonsense over at
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    Trains in 4-Wide

    Okay, it's been a while since I've posted anything here, but I couldn't resist building a 4-wide PCC Streetcar. This one is based on the example sited at Union Station. Kansas City.
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    MOC: Darth Bender

    MOC: Darth Bender I've been working on this for a couple of days and went through eight different variations for the 'eye-box' - ranging from designs including wheel arches, cheese slopes, SNOT- and not SNOT, six wide and five wide. In the end I went back to version 5. Comments and ridicule most welcome and there's more stuff and nonsense on Flickr
  9. MOC: Microscale Blues Brothers “There's 106 miles to Chicago, we've got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark out, and we're wearing sunglasses.”
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    "Goodnight, sorry for sinking you."

    The U-boat is very well done and I'm digging the details you've got on the steamer.
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    MOC: The Walrus explorer....

    My immediate thought on seeing the name 'Kowalski' was the movie 'Vanishing Point'. It's one of the finest road movies ever made and highly recommended (but please do not watch the awful remake - check out the '71 original) :) Thanks for all the complements!
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    MOC: The Walrus explorer....

    I had a choice to either go and build a 'Be-prepared, ex-boy scout' type of Walrus explorer or a 'Hold-my-beer-and-watch-this' one. :) Thanks for the kind words. I had a fun building it. Thanks and you're very welcome.
  13. MOC : The Walrus Explorer leaves the farewell party in a kayak I was messing around with a Penguin design for a couple of days then had this bizarre image of a walrus in a kayak. I knew I had to build the two together. More stuff and nonsense on Flickr
  14. MOC: McConaughey and Mee-Maw partying in the kiddie pool It started off as a scene with a water skier and shark and somehow I ended up with this vignette. More stuff and nonsense on Flickr
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    MOC: Robo-Bath 2000

    Thanks for the kind words, I built the Legs and Arms and was working on the main body when I got frustrated with what I'd come up with. Mrs. Eurotrash asked what was up and I said "It looks like a <bleep>ing bath on legs." After a while that idea amused me so, I scrapped the arms and went full on bathtub. I appreciate your kind comments. I've shown the Cassette build a few times at exhibitions and the younger kids have no idea what it is. ("What's a BEE-FIVE-TWO-ESS?" - I despair for the future :) )