Peppermint_M

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    I like LEGO and Zoids. I have an extensive collection of Lego and a growing Zoids collection. I adore MOCing and a variety of "themes" dominate my building, most recently this is Science Fiction MOCs. I like making random figures but no super customs just yet. I have made it my mission to review as many clone brand sets as I can, so people can get an informed view on the competition. My other hobbies include reading shelfloads of SpecFic, writing short stories, drawing, gaining knowledge and seeking out SF artbooks. I am currently studying to be a Civil Engineer and I work full time for local government. That's all I'll write here, you'll get a better idea of me from my posts. :)

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  1. Land of Adventure

    That is one impressively big build! Did it get a good reaction on display? I have one little tip about the river: If you make a river be an edge to the layout, (with tributaries through the landscape if you want to build it in) you can put a larger boat on the edge side because there the river is as wide as it needs to be . Then there is the LEGO way, you can use a printed sheet underneath and not build a river at all!
  2. Compatible Minifigures Discussion.

    Now I want to track down some action figures.... Or wait for more figs on the sly!
  3. Eurobricks Event 2018 - Heads Up

    Are the dates confirmed yet? The company I work for is getting taken over in April, so I need to get some dates in for my leave to be honoured for certain (I can't say it will be denied, but it is better to get in ahead)...
  4. LEGO Ninjago 2018

    You seem to be missing some letters there. Typos are fine, but English not Text Speak if you could.
  5. Contest: Elves Autumn Animals

    I am not 100% on that, as they are not exactly an animal.
  6. Those vampire helmets look like they are very Masamune Shirow inspired. I dig it! Looking good on the parts and figures front, I always enjoy more techno kit, robotic faces and new shields. Thanks for the review.
  7. Compatible Minifigures Discussion.

    Well, made my big order on singles day. Too bad I was too lazy/couldn't find blue beetle, but I am sure there will be another few figures I will want coming along.
  8. TOO OLD?

    Right. Seeing as I am a moderator on a LEGO site for Adult Fans of LEGO, I think I know that and have for quite some time. Do tread carefully, the 18 plus rule does get enforced when needed.
  9. TOO OLD?

    Ah, I did write " childish " the inverted comma's imply a quote of a view I do not hold. I love LEGO, have travelled to three different countries because of it and even mention it on my CV. But the fact of the matter is, society as a whole sees it as a toy and therefore childish. Hence your parents views. Attitudes are changing however. Helped a little in the UK by the LEGO Masters contest on TV and LEGO certified professionals.
  10. [MOC] Fish&Sea Shop

    Very neat use of parts and colours. I could imagine coming upon a pair of shops like this when taking my seaside holiday! The harbour wall is an especially nice touch. Great build
  11. TOO OLD?

    Also remember: It is always good to be respectful to your parents, they do want what is best for you and can be concerned if they think you are dedicating too much time to something frivolous or "childish". It took a while and a few events to turn my father around to the idea that it was okay that I still "played" LEGO (Mum never did mind, but she is pretty much a big kid herself). In the end it is all about balance, ensure the important things (Like family commitments, school/work and social time) happen first and then enjoy your hobbies around them. If you don't neglect the "big stuff" then no one can deny the "small stuff"
  12. Cute, colourful and in the Elves style. Very good
  13. Contest: Elves Autumn Animals

    It looks fine and if no one objects then no problem.
  14. [Autumn Animals] Hidee's Hometree

    Lovely cute little entry. Hidee certainly looks at home there.
  15. Compatible Minifigures Discussion.

    Hanging on for a few more items and 11/11 sale myself. Dr. Fate, Blue Beetle and a few others are rather tempting me.