JayCal

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  1. Next UCS Set

    a new AT-ST (sizewise perfect for UCS) would be welcome. A less studded version than the previous one please.
  2. Next UCS Set

    Although everybody is tired of Hoth (especially after 75098), I would love to see a $350-$400 AT-AT.
  3. Next UCS Set

    Isn't that Vaders' TIE? The bomber has a double cylindrical hull.
  4. Next UCS Set

    As a huge OT fanatic, i love all your comments! Seems the OT vehicles still get the most love. Keep it up!
  5. LEGO Star Wars 2017 Pictures and Rumors

    I agree completely. I wouldn't even be surprised if the chassis of 10179 is almost the same to this one. I've built my BL'ed 10179 again last week in anticipation of this re-hash. The size and building techniques are very very similar. Although it probably won't be a day one purchase for me (for purely financial reasons), I'll definately pick it up this year.
  6. LEGO Star Wars 2017 Pictures and Rumors

    About that dish... the teaser vid had BB8 in it... Force friday is all about The Last Jedi... why show the original trilogy dish on the advertisement? I'm not Spock but wouldn't it be more logical to show the TFA dish on it?
  7. LEGO Star Wars 2017 Pictures and Rumors

    As far as the rigging goes... Wasn't TLG the company that gave us the 8 wide earth blue arches in the winter village market because the fans requested those for rebuilding retired modular buildings? They actually told us this in the designer vid... Now back to the rigging: what is a very expensive part for bricklinking a 10179? I think the rigging is there as fan service for all the people who already Bricklinked a 10179. Can't wait for this one! Hans did an amazing job capturing the details. Edit: although rigging is not the most expensive part... it is one of the hardest to replace properly.
  8. LEGO Ideas WALL-E

    Official: https://ideas.lego.com/blogs/1-blog/post/45
  9. It sounds like a 32x48 footprint... Pretty massive but a normal modular has a 32x32 baseplate and is "only" 150-160 euros. So I expect to see many many many details and microbuilds.
  10. I've placed a lot of BNP orders this year and the downtime might have something to do with the current problems in their database. Numerous call with customer service provided me with some info that their BNP database is currently showing a lot of items that are actually out of stock. I've heared that these issues need to be adressed manually, so that could be the reason for the downtime. Although the downtime is not favourable, it will probably result in a change for the better... so have faith, fellow brickbuilder!
  11. Modular Building Sets - Rumours and Discussion

    That sounds surpringly reminiscent of Cafe Corner... Which, together with Market Street, already makes 2 "Amsterdam style" buildings in the modular range. However, being dutch myself... I wouldn't mind some more ;-)
  12. [WIP MOC] Another AT - AT

    I have some very nice results using Humbrol #127
  13. [MOC] AT-ST

    I love the brickbuilt "cheeks" and ofcourse the great parts usage. It reminds me a little of my own rendition which I did way back in 2001: However, the amount of parts back then was a little more resticting. I love the way you tapered the head and I especially love the amount of work you put in the leg section. Hope to a brickbuilt variant soon (although as stated, with a few color/part alternates). Very nice all in all!!