AlmightyArjen

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  • Birthday 08/06/79

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  1. Lego City animation series

    For those interested: episode 2 and 3 are also online now: The fourth and last episode will follow in two weeks.
  2. 2018 Lego Trains

    I don't know about the passenger train: I think the border between the yellow front (again one mold piece?) and the blue/grey is too "abruptly", it looks a bit amateurish to me. Cargo locomotive is awesome though!
  3. 2018 Lego Trains

    I have my doubts too. The international toy fair is in the end of January. We should hear some rumours just before that. If not, the trains will be definitely be displayed at the fair. So at the latest by the end of January we'll know what 2018 will bring us on this topic.
  4. 2018 Lego Trains

    Yes! That's the one! It kinda looks like a grey 7938 but then in the configuration of a HE so you might need two to get a whole train.
  5. 2018 Lego Trains

    I agree but I think we are now living in a time where every penny spent can be followed. Time/money spent on building those extra alternative builds will not generate a lot of extra money for Lego. So they won't do it. But that's just my theory. Back to 2018 trains: I have seen a picture of a Lego City where a train was partly visible in the background, a few months ago. Rumors were that that would be maybe the next passenger train. It was light grey, Amtrak kind of design. Anyone knows what I'm talking about?
  6. Building 7777

    This is so cool! It's kinda weird to see these builds in sharp hi-res photos!
  7. 2018 Lego Trains

    60098 is now almost end of life according to the Lego shop@home.
  8. Lego City animation series

    Hi all, I'm working on a 3-episode Lego animation series. The series involves most of the characters that can be seen in my other (train related) videos. But now for the first time, they are featured in an animation series. Enjoy and let me know what you think of the first episode! The second episode will be uploaded in a few weeks :)
  9. You can't directly export from Stud.io to lXF but thanks for the tip: because of it I noticed the export possibility to LDraw, I totally overlooked that! LDraw is again importable in LDD. Had to change some item numbers but it works just fine.
  10. Hey all, I organised an LDD contest on my youtube channel and I've received some designs in LDD and Stud.io format. The ones from LDD (*.LXF) can be opened in Stud.io, but not the other way around. The winning design is a Stud.io file. I've uploaded it to a Bricklink Baseplate but I can't find anywhere how to generate a building guide. I can click "step view", but it doesn't do anything (the desing appears to have 2 steps with all the changes in the first step). Is this where the building guide should be?? 1. Is there a way to generate a building guide in Stud.io, if so how? 2. If I can convert the Stud.io file into an LDD file, I could open it in LDD and use the Buidling Guide view mode but it seems this is not possible? Do you have encountered this problem? I really need a solution, since the design has over 1500 parts I hope you can help me out!
  11. [MOC] Trossingen Station

    This is just wow! So many details, very well designed!
  12. LDD design contest: design a Martian surface

    That is one awesome design, nice job! A bit too big though ;) Thanks for the link though, maybe I can get some ideas from your layout.
  13. LDD design contest: design a Martian surface

    Cool! Good luck with your design!
  14. Hey everyone, The people who know me know that I do always stuff with Lego trains. While I'm designing a fully automated container terminal, I want to upload some non-train related animated episodes. Since some of the scenes will take place on the surface of Mars, I need to build a Martian surface display. But I lack time and eye for detail so I came up with the idea of making an LDD design contest of it. If you are interested in participating, have a look at the video below!
  15. My biggest layout so far: 9 running trains

    Yes she was a weekend gone with friends so I took my chance :) I keep all of my setst built so it was only a matter of placing them after we had laid down the track. It took 1,5 day for two persons to set it all up. I shot the video for a couple of hours and then put everything back to the attic. There were 7 loops and two tracks on which a train automatically stopped at a station at both ends. Some of the 7 loops were crossing each other. These crossings were automated too so in theory I didn't have to do anything. Ofcourse so now and then a train derailed for whatever reason.