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  • Birthday 05/04/1974

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  1. Norton74

    The Hedgehog

    Thank you 😊
  2. Norton74

    The Hedgehog

  3. Norton74

    The Hedgehog

    Thanks! Glad you like it. Muchas gracias
  4. Norton74

    The Adobe House (or Mexican House)

    Thanks! Actually this is the brick-built version of the Mexican House I submitted to Bricklink Designer Program Series 4. If you want to have a closer look at the interiors too click here: Adobe House BDP.
  5. Norton74

    The Hedgehog

    Thanks! Yes, it's loosely inspired by Lemas Russ as well. Thank you! It's very playable
  6. Norton74

    The Hedgehog

    A lot of people say the same, Metal Slug vibes🔥 Thanks for stopping by 😊
  7. The iconic southwestern style house now in LEGO form! This whitewashed adobe flat-roofed house is a classic example of so-called Southwestern architecture. Adobe had been in use by indigenous peoples of the Americas in the Southwestern United States, Mesoamerica, and the Andes for several thousand years. You can still see these kind of homes in Mexico and in the southwestern of the United States indeed. It's packed with all the details and features you'd expect to find in a house like this in the middle of the desert. The house is a visual treat, covered with nice details, from the use of printed 1X1 round tiles on the protruding ends of the logs to the plant-covered arbors that provide shady spots on the flat roof. The use of woodgrain tiles above the windows and doors adds some welcome texture amongst the white. The set includes eye-catching floorings reflecting the designs of Central American cultures. Don't miss the chile ristras which hang next to the doors, the wrought-iron lever fountain and the Aloe Vera plant. The adobe house features a complete interiors with two floors: the ground floor with the living room, the bedroom and kitchen. Furthermore, on the left is the stable for thoroughbreds. Hope you like it!
  8. Norton74

    The Hedgehog

    Thank you! Yes, it's a display model, it was impossible placing horns all around 😊 Thanks for stopping by 👍
  9. Norton74

    The Hedgehog

    Thanks buddy! ah ah...I agree, it's not prefereble being run over a standard tank...
  10. Norton74

    The Hedgehog

    The Hedgehog A few weeks ago while I was watching Hayao Miyazaki's masterpiece Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, I spotted a large tank that caught my attention. From that I built this menacing 'bad boy' full of details and features and wrapped in a total dark gray color scheme. It's called The Hedgehog and the reason is quite obvious: dozens of dark tan claws guarantee maximum grip on all types of terrain. And the appearance resembles the small spiky mammal. The shape is deliberately awkward and a little cartoonish. I added details and features without ever going overboard. The upper part with the turret opens to expose a detailed little interior with such an assortment of armaments and equipment. Last but not least, the moustached commander looks like he came out of a WW II Panzer.
  11. NIBARIKI, Hayao Miyazaki's Citroën 2CV and Tokyo snowfall A few months ago I built the personal studio of Hayao Miyazaki, Japan's greatest animation director and co-founder of Studio Ghibli, best-loved of all the Japanese animation studios. Now it seems that it snowed heavily in Tokyo, so much so that Hayao is walking in snow with his snowshoes and with his Husky. A pair of skis are already loaded on the Citroën 2CV, heading towards Mount Fuji! Hope you like it!
  12. Thanks @Feuer Zug glad you like details and...Fabuland car chassis
  13. Haunted A-Frame Cabin While I'm looking forward to the see my A-Frame Cabin on the shelves of the LEGO stores worldwide as it has been chosen as one of the next LEGO IDEAS sets (I still can't believe it...), I built a spooky variation of the rustic house based on the 2012 LEGO Monster Fighters series. It is a kind of tribute to the MF Haunted House released in 2012 by TLG. Size and shape are basically the same as the A-Frame Cabin, colors, details, setting and Minifigures are completely different. If you take a deeper look, you can spot many references and Easter eggs directly related to the LEGO horror theme. The gramophone, the trunk with the top hat, the glass dome with a bone inside are all objects from the MF set. The gate is also a clear tribute to the Haunted House. And take a look at the zombie heads above the gate columns, do you remember where they were in the MF set? Last but not least don't miss the magic Bat Moonstone of Lord Vampyre, the villain of the series. Enjoy and happy Hall🎃ween!
  14. Thank you very much, glad you like the house between the cliffs