jamesn

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  1. jamesn

    MOC: Collaboration with TESLA IS THE FUTURE

    Per Siegfried's post in the Forum Information subforum:
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    LEGO VT 11.5 Trans Europ Express (TEE)

    It's beautiful - I love the softly curving bulbous nose and the stripe you integrated into it, as well as the transition from red to tan.
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    Review: 75230 Porg

    My goodness it's adorable - the eyes are appropriately bulbous and shiny. Love it!
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    A quick comment on spam

    Had noticed the spam but was quite baffled when I was asked for my favourite theme upon attempting to load the site. Glad you all are on top of it
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    [MOC] Baroque Cathedral

    That's as may be, but given a blank slate could you plan design a baroque cathedral of more than ten thousand pieces? That's what counts.
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    Creator Expert Car 2018 Speculation

    The first thing that struck me is that the grille is all wrong, but then I realised it's a rolling box... and the email I got from LEGO doesn't include the view of the rear, which is by far the most dreadful aspect. I know what I'm not buying this summer....
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    [MOC] Baroque Cathedral

    It looks lovely, well done! The sand green reminds me vaguely of I Gesuiti in Venice, though of course the columns &c are much less marbled.
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    Hello from Austria

    Hello Schroedinger, and welcome to Eurobricks! Experimenting with things is always fun and it might even inspire you to build something form scratch later on. I hope you enjoy the discussion on all the boards here, and maybe share some of your builds! Thanks for joining our community.
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    Ballabreek 2018

    Greg, how did you build the greenhouses? I can't tell if they are a single specialized piece or a more intricate construction.
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    (mostly) MOC: Another Saturn V tower

    Gosh, I love those ladders and staircases! Good luck as your project progresses.
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    Hi Guys

    Hello carnegeddon, and welcome to Eurobricks! 2 metres is quite high for a train layout, isn't it? Unless of course part of your goal is to employ forced perspective with your scenery. Anyway, the folks over at the Town and Train Tech subforums (myself included, I love to lurk and see what happens there) love work in progress topics, so I recommend you share what you have built so far, even if it isn't very much.
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    Something hopes from Germany

    Hello Bennet - herzlich wilkommen bei EB! Way back in the day I used to be on the official LEGO forum for kids.... it has definitely been a while since I went there, though! Thanks for joining our community; I look forward to seeing your figures and builds as you share them on the forum. Do you ever build LOTR and Harry Potter things in addition to Star Wars? P.S.: A little self-promotion is always acceptable... I recommend you include a link to your Flickr profile in your signature, like I and many other users here do.
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    Creator Expert Car 2018 Speculation

    Sorry (not sorry) I haven't seen the leaks, but this looks like a vanquish (plus front spoiler) And this looks like a DB5: I'm surprised they don't have their promotional materials sorted consistently.
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    [MOC] small street piece

    That's such a classic cobblestone pattern and you've represented it very convincingly - the small offsets and the twisted tiles are just the job. The gaps at the ends are a bit dicey, but you win some & you lose some. Nice work, cubo!
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    [MOC] Road Train Truck

    Very nice I like the fuel tanks and the SNOT construction of the sleeping area. Glad you built the bonnet to swing up away from the engine. The whole assembly with the trailers looks great, too.