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  1. Elves Autumn Animals Voting

    #3 - 1 Point #4 - 1 Point #14 - 1 Point
  2. EB Xmas Raffle 2017 - Winners per day calendar

    What? A Huge Manatee for me on Day 1, Amazing! Thanks CopMike
  3. Thanks, rodiziorobs and Marishka, I'm happy you spotted the inverted pieces, I didn't think they'd come out very well in the picture. The upside-down part is locked in place further back. There are two 1 x 4 plates (one each side) connected to the upside-down pieces you can see, these each have a 1 x 1 tile on them, those upside down tiles sit on right way up 1x 1 tiles attached to the wall, then the bricks either side of the tiles prevent it from slipping. I hope that makes sense.
  4. I thought I'd give this a go as I don't really build in this theme, although I realised soon after starting the only Elves set I have is a small polybag. I had to use a Friend's pug as an Elves animal stand-in. The treehouse features a working lift that runs from the crystal cave to the top of the observation platform at the top of the tree The first Picture shows Pug on their way up in the lift, In the second they are enjoying some biscuits in the comfort of the cave, and the 3rd shows the back of the tree with the goove the lift runs on and the small operating tab.
  5. My Ideal Christmas Tree is growing somewhere quiet.
  6. [REVIEW] 75192 - Millennium Falcon

    Thanks for such a thorough review, it looks amazing and insanely detailed, unfortunately it is well out of my budget. Also I made a space slug
  7. Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Bat-God
  8. Braaiiinnss!!! Sci-Fi Contest Voting Topic

    A : 1-4-5 B : 2-4-6 C : 1-2-8 D : 6-9-11
  9. [Brains] Cat C - Zomambulator

    Yes, the first prototypes possibly had some safety issues
  10. In 1886, when a small Zombie plague broke out in London, the industrious Victorians didn't fear for their lives, they saw an opportunity for cheap labour, and within months the Zomabulator was born. Below is an extract from the first Zomambulator brochure; "The new about town transport for the discerning gentleman has arrived. Travel in style with the 3 gear zomambulator. Climb into the tasteful oxblood leather pilot's station, don your driving googles and you are away to your appointment! Relax as your own personnel zombie propels you to your destination driven by its unquenching thirst for flesh. And remember you are perfectly safe, your zombie is shackled to its wheel." Of course the reassurances of the manufactures did little calm the nerves of the more jumpy passenger whenever a mumble of "brraaaaiiins" drifted up from just behind their head.
  11. [Brains] Cat B - Snow Bunker

    No one remembers how it started. So many have died, but we have been lucky,,,so far. This bunker saved us, it's cold and dank, but secure. We have even managed to grow vegetables, it's almost becoming a home.
  12. Hello, a few wweks ago I made a Bunny-bot, and a few people had been asking for instructions, so I thought I'd put them here incase anyone else is intrested.
  13. [MOC] - Antique Shop

    Thanks everyone,
  14. [MOC] - Antique Shop

    A small antique shop specialising in maps, sea faring books and other nautical antiques.
  15. When it snows I like staying indoors by the fire.