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    A helping hand in a petrol kiosk!
  • Birthday 12/16/1990

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  1. Skalldyr

    71043 Hogwarts™ Castle

    What a beauty! And 27 Nanofigs!!! I somehow need to make sure to get them. Even tho 400€ is a little bit too much for me right now But 6000 pieces sounds like an awesome build!
  2. Skalldyr

    Creator Expert Car 2018 Speculation

    Thanks! It was a bit of a challenge to get all the working functions in the car but in the end it was not toooo hard. And yes so I think saying that the Creator Car could not be rounder and more accurate looking because of all the features, as a lot of people say, is a way of thinking that I think is wrong. It would have been totally possible and I plan on buying the car and mod it!
  3. Such an amazing review again! I really love all your super useful pictures in suer high quality. I think there are so many nice parts in there. And even the new legs!! Even tho my favorit new part will probably be the tea cup combination. Thank you Whitefang for this great review
  4. Skalldyr

    Creator Expert Car 2018 Speculation

    I have my biggest problem with this set with the grill... on the real car there is just one big grill. No metal visible. And this set has a very big bulky looking metal frame around the grill which in my opinion makes it look absolutely odd. The rest I think is fine for me if the front would be not as it is now.
  5. Awesome review Jim! Was a very entertaining read and even tho I already knew your little crash "landing" story I was pretty shocked when I saw the picture. Glad you had fun getting it back in shape As for the display there is absolutely no doubt that it looks totally awesome!!! Now I really have a craving for a Falcon my own. But one question remains: Did you and @Kitty agreed on putting it in the livingroom
  6. Skalldyr

    Action Theme Forum and You!

    I think it is always a problem if super old Mocs get bumped up but on the other hand an index is always a very handy thing to have. Plus if a Moc is so good that people want to comment it may be relevant and has its place between the new topics. But there is maybe a better solution that I can not think of by now. As for tags I think they can speak for themself in most cases. If it would be super unclear a explanation can be also given later.
  7. Thanks again guys! I am glad you like it Thanks mate! Sadly I did not include a hypno-tree...
  8. As I already said: I really love your style and all the little builds! Very nice to see it also here on Eurobricks
  9. Again, thank you all! I see Johnny Thunder is missed by a lot of people... oh the sweet nostalgia @WesternOutlaw Awesome idea to combine Indiana Jones and adventurers. That ship in the middle is one of my favorite Johnny Thunder sets that I own!
  10. Thank you very much! And too bad you did not build the Mount Everest Temple. Knowing your building skills back from Billund it would have been awesome! Thanks! I used an old Paradisa baseplate and it worked really well I think!
  11. Thank you! Also for the frontpage I am happy you like it. I really love Johnny Thunder and hopefully I can build some more Mocs in that theme in the future.
  12. Hello all together! A month ago I promised a freind of mine that I would build something for the Orient Expedition Contest over on Roguebricks. So I did! And I also wanted to share it with you all here on Eurobricks too: After Johnny Thunder and his friends had arrived in India, they were just on their way into the enchanted jungle. As a journalist, Pippin, beside the search for the treasure of Marco Polo, also wanted to take pictures of the flora and fauna with their new Camera to present them after their return to Europe. Dr. Kilroy instead wanted not only cinematographic but living examples, especially of rare butterflies. Their companion was Babloo, a young Indian. He knew all the jungle and the overgrown paths in it. So the four friends along with Pippins dog "Indi" and Babloos monkeys started their adventure. The group had to stop at a beautiful idyllic waterfall. Puppin sets up her camera and Dr. Kilroy climbed with Babloo's help, loaded with boxes and bags full of specimens and equipment to the top of the Waterfall to catch butterflies and dragonflies. But suddenly a noise broke through the air. It was the shouting of monkeys who had snatched Pippin's camera and taken it to the tops of the trees. Pippin and Johnny Thunder started to laugh because of the absurdity of the spectacle. Babloo just headed downhill to help his new friends, as he discovered something that let him freeze: He spotted the evil guards of the Scorpion Palace on the other side of the waterfall. Worse, it was obvious that it they had discovered Johnny and Pippin. One of the guards was already aiming his rifle towards Johnny and luckily the path of the bullet was blocked by a tree hanging over the waterfall. Farther up, at the top of the waterfall, the situation became dramatic too. The boat of Maharaja Lallu was nearly falling down the waterfall, but was kept in place by one of the guards on the shore. The shake on landing woke up Lord Sinister in the back of the boat. He was waking up from his nap and could not believe his eyes. There, on the other bank standing on a stone was Dr. Kilroy. Lord Sinister pulled himself up and quickly pulled his revolver but could not concentrate on aiming because Maharaja Lallu was cursing annoyingly. How will our heroes escape these dangerous situations? (Sadly I only have my mobile here to take pictures so the quali is not that great...) Inspired by Mark of Falworth - The Temple of the Twin Jaguars Also bonus pics of the figures: I hope you enjoy what you see. Best Skalldyr
  13. And it felt like an hour waiting to get the seat!
  14. Skalldyr

    MOC: the lost palace at Timbuktu

    Very special building you choose there! I really like all the details you put in the minifigures. They all look amazing and really fitting the style. Nice army you have there
  15. Hahahahaha your pictures are amazing as usual @Holodoc!!! I love how the energy and Lego spirit is clearly visible in these photos. Thanks for sharing and always beeing there with your camera when crazy stuff happens Love my meditation photo. Also very good job with the group shot (Great photoshop skills). @Jim going as fast as Max that day!