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    main interest: Star Wars; OT
    besides LEGO: Terry Pratchett's Discworld


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  1. L-space

    City Gate

    After having build the Lekpoort (Gate to the river Lek) for an exibition in Vianen (NLD) I took apart the landscape but deciided to keep the gate building itself. I liked it a lot and thought it would work well in a new modular project. It is now part of the old citywall of Ankh-Morpork. To preserve its heritage I kept the twon flag. Also the small top tower has been added to keep up with the current looks of the building. the wall is expendable according to the MILS standards. i created my own standard for the wall to make it easier to connect other modules and keep them in line. LPV_AM-City Gate-01 by L-space, on Flickr LPV_AM-City Gate-05 by L-space, on Flickr LPV_AM-City Gate-06 by L-space, on Flickr more on flickr
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    On the Discworld news travels faster then light over the Clackstowers: Clackstower-01 by L-space, on Flickr Clackstower-05 by L-space, on Flickr Clackstower-06 by L-space, on Flickr "GNU Terry Pratchett END" Manned by Goblins and made great again by the notorious Moist von Lipwig: 08-Moist von Lipwig by L-space, on Flickr album Clackstower album Discworld Characters
  3. Thank you very very much. You saved his vacation. The file worked before breakfest but failed the second time. Luckily I had him save it to my computer too and that still works. He's breaking it up in several creations now to keep it managable.
  4. Thanks for the try, We'll give it a go tomorrow.
  5. Hi guys, my son has been working for a week in LDD on his MOC and suddenly the file won't open "parsing error". I have tried this: But it doesn't do the job for us. Can somebody please lend a hand, thanks. file; http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/L-space/ldd/60130gevangeniseiland.lxf
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    Index: Discworld MOC's and Characters

    Finally got up to adding these wonderfull creations by @Pate-keetongu Carrot Ironfoundersson by @Pate-keetongu Corporal Nobbs and Sergeant Colon by @Pate-keetongu Lu Tze by @Pate-keetongu Lecturer of Recent Runes by @Pate-keetongu The Bursar by @Pate-keetongu
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    EB Xmas Raffle 2016 - Your ideal Snow entry thread

    TIF_Ice Queen-01 by L-space, on Flickr Tiffany and the Ice Queen, the coming of the Ice Queen bringing winter and the Nac Mac Feegles join Tiffany in herding the sheep. Of course attempting to run of with at least one.
  8. For an exposition in the Vianen City Museum I build the Chapel of Helsdingen in the early days, sometime before 1756 at least. Shortly after completion of the chapel it was used as a farmhouse for the nearby monestary. Helsdingen-01 by L-space, on Flickr Helsdingen-04 by L-space, on Flickr Helsdingen-07 by L-space, on Flickr Helsdingen-09 by L-space, on Flickr more on flickr
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    [MOC] Mos Eisley Cantina

    Thanks, it is a custom.
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    Amazing work. Love the use of the Chima minifigs. They really look like they belong.
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    [MOC] A dangerous journey

    Nice touch with the flowers
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    Index: Discworld MOC's and Characters

    How could I have missed the lovely creations by @Pate-keetongu? Large Figures Mustrum Ridcully by @Pate-keetongu The Dean by @Pate-keetongu The Librarian by @Pate-keetongu Susan Sto Helit by @Pate-keetongu Rincewind and the Luggage by @Pate-keetongu Commander Vimes by @Pate-keetongu Cohen the Barbarian by @Pate-keetongu
  13. Bloody hackers on my site, do over planned in 2016.

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    [MOC] Cohen the Barbarian

    Yeah, another Discworld fan. This is great, thanks for sharing. Indexed
  15. Especially for the CCCXIII I finished the Troll Bridge. It is now 216 studs long, 32 wide en 90 bricks high, measuring 68 inch long, 34 inch tall. There are 7 separate modules so it is possible to make a shorter bridge. Troll Bridge-2_02 by L-space, on Flickr Troll Bridge-2_29 by L-space, on Flickr Troll Bridge-2_34 by L-space, on Flickr Troll Bridge-2_23 by L-space, on Flickr Troll Bridge-2_22 by L-space, on Flickr Troll Bridge-2_07 by L-space, on Flickr Troll Bridge-2_36 by L-space, on Flickr More on flickr