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  1. marcentrega

    Hi everybody!

    Hello everybody! I'm marc.entrega from Barcelona, Catalonia. I build LEGO City, Creator Expert, modular buildings, some ninjago sets, etc.. and I use MILS system MILS (Modular integrated Landscaping system for LEGO) As soon as possible, I will post my creations and collaborations in th City display of the best Spanish LEGO Association, Hispalug. :) Thanks!
  2. Krischan1712

    Hello, my name is Christian

    Hello there, I got back to Lego after many years when I built the Saturn V last year. After that, a colleage ask me the far-reaching question, if you could buy bricks separatly. After googling I found Bricklink, LDD and the likes, and by now I've got several shelfs full of models, and start running into problems to make more room. I'm a big fan of Sci-Fi series, so I got a lot of StarTrek models, several from BSG and Babylon 5, some (unofficial) StarWars models, as well as some individual items from films and series (Dune, 2001, Interstellar etc.). I started building models from unofficial instructions, continued with reverse engineering models from pictures, and by now I'm designing my own models from scratch. I still wish to learn how to improve the stability of bigger models tho, it's a little bit disappointing when parts of the model that look so stable in LDD just break off in real life ;) If there is any interest, I can post some pictures of the models. Best regards, Christian
  3. LittleM

    Hi from Denmark :D

    Hi :) My name is Mathieu and I'm arround 20 years old. I really like legos, had a lot when I was young, I'm in a pause (student, not a lot of money, other interests) but I'm planning to buy legos and play with legos again when I will have a work :) When I was young I made some brickfilms. I really liked lego creator and I had the lego Mindstorms which were fantastic! I'm curently in Erasmus in Denmark, living near Legoland and the Lego House (already visited, the lego house is soooo great!!!, and containes exclusive lego sets such as the Lego Architecture house 21037, if you know other exclusive let me know) Have a great day :D Mathieu
  4. ...inspiration, a hangout and place for some MOCs You didn't think that was an old-school personals ad, did you? Well I try to be original, if nothing else. CycoPablo (syko-Pablo) is an amped-up version of my real name, Paul. I'm somewhat of an AFOL, but I don't buy much stuff as I can't abide excessive clutter. Plus, our place is a smallish villa and we have limited space. As Jeremy Clarkson once put it, more trinkets than a pensioner's mantelpiece! I'm Australian, born and bred. Any questions, fire away.
  5. JangoFett140

    "Hello There"

    Hey everyone! Glad to be on the forums finally. I've been a huge Lego and Star Wars fan since getting the 99 Naboo Star Fighter for Christmas. That present literally changed my interest in life. Finally getting deep into the world of MOC's and am going to start with heavily modding my UCS 75192 Falcon into ESB version and building a large Echo Base Hanger to display it in. Once I can manage to get Brickshelf site to cooperate I'll start posting my progress on stuff.
  6. Hi everyone! It's been 6 years since I last visited this amazing Lego site and after resetting my forgotten password, I am now back for the second time round! My name is Aaron and I last posted here in 2008. Back then I really rediscovered my lost childhood love of Lego, and I fell back in love with the shiny little plastic bricks hard! Unfortunately, after a good few months of posting on here and building various unfinished projects, I slowly started to lose interest and once those magical little bricks were tidied away, they have stayed there ever since. I am now living in my own flat with my (ever so understanding) girlfriend, but my countless boxes of Lego are still stored at my parents house (though not for long I'm sure ). Recently I found myself itching to have another go at it. I have just purchased a few bargain sealed Lego City sets from the last few years and should be building them within the next few days (around the daily work grind ). Fun builds with lots of pieces, such as the 4439 Police Heavy-Lift Helicopter for £20.00 and I've just picked up the 4436 Police Patrol Car for only £5.00. Looking at the latest sets, It's amazing how intricate the designs are now, with so many new parts and building techniques implemented. I did find it quite difficult to go through with it and spend my hard earned money, on what most people think as children's small plastic building blocks. But I like to think that by having such a massive interest in Lego as a child, it helped me become who I am today in adult life. I am a very hands on person who is always interested in how things are made and how they work. I do moan a little at how expensive Lego is these days, but I am surprised at how the quality of current Lego products is still so high! I would much rather them keep their quality high, than cut corners or cheapen the bricks. So I understand that for this reason, the prices have to increase with today's economical climate. I am in need for an enjoyable hobby, one where I can really stretch my now dwindling adult imagination. Maybe a hobby that lets you just escape this harsh world you slowly discover as you get older. I have now chosen to buy some Lego, to rediscover some of that enjoyment and imagination I had as a kid. I also hope to interact with other Adult Fans of Lego on these forums, it's been a while since I participated in any social forums online but I know how much fun they can be and especially this one. So I hope to have a good old chat with you lovely people, Lego is an amazing system indeed and it's nice that we can all share our enjoyment of it with others here at the Eurobricks forums. Thank you
  7. Undershadow

    Hello from Maryland!

    Hello, my fellow Lego fans! My name is Undershadow. I've been a long time lurker of Eurobricks, but decided today to change that. I come from Maryland, as may be assumed from the title of this post. One of my favorite things to do with Lego is animate. I make brickfilms of all genres, mostly leaning toward comedy though. I look forward to extending my stay on Eurobricks and can't wait to actually participate in discussions going forward. Thanks!
  8. Hi all My name is Nate Dias, from Nottinghamshire, UK. I came out of my dark ages around ten years ago, whilst at university. Since then I have been collecting and MOCing whenever I can. After visiting a few shows I was persuaded to join a LUG (Brickshire) and that really started my AFOL life. Since then I have exhibited my MOCs at lots of different shows around the UK, and I am now a LAN Ambassador for Northern Brickworks RLUG. More recently I have been a contestant on a TV show here in the UK called 'LEGO MASTERS', I don't know how many of you will have heard of it though? I enjoy collecting Creator, City, and Marvel Superheroes sets, as well as making my own MOCs too. I'm really excited to get to know you all and to become a part of this fantastic community. Thanks Nate
  9. Hello, I'm a new member here. I have been into Lego for almost 25 years. I had about 8 dark age years in there. I started back into Lego because of anxiety. Building the sets helped calm me down and let me focus on something. Most of that anxiety is gone now and I just enjoy the building. I do both building of official sets and MOC's. I do post to Instagram as bricks_bc as much as I can so people can see what I've built. I also have a small Lego City as space permits, with a new addition coming this week in the palace Cinema (trying to catch up before they retire). My favorite themes are city, super heroes (marvel), and space (this includes all of the space police, alien conquest, Galaxy Squad, and of coarse classic). I have always been an avid collector. For years I collected comic books, I even had a very unsuccessful you tube channel about it (haha). But my main focus has been Lego. I'm lucky enough that my girlfriend lets me have the 2nd bedroom just for this. Thanks, Bricks_bc
  10. Bostons Brick Closet

    Hello my name is boston

    Hi I am boston... and I run the boston's brick closet youtube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMhdfDhev31jBJe8u9eFx7A) and the website (http://bostonsbrickcloset.blogspot.com/)
  11. HarrisonWells

    Hello.

    Hello, My name as you can see is HarrisonWells, and I am an engineer that moved from Germany to the U.S.A. My hobbies include lego, comic books, Rubik's cube type puzzles, and anything pretty much related to the 80s. I have been happily married for 14 years, and I have two kids. Some of my favorite tv shows include: all the star treks, Star Wars the clone wars and rebels, macgyver (the old one), the a-team, knight rider, greatest American hero, alf, full house, family ties, the flash, arrow, legends of tomorrow, supergirl, duck dynasty, fresh of the boat, Kevin can wait, doctor who, leave it to beaver, and the Andy Griffith show.
  12. CCWolffe3636

    Hello!

    Hello my name is CCWolffe3636 which is a reference to Clone Commander Wollfe, CC 3636 for you Star Wars the Clone Wars fans. I am a massive fan of Star Wars and I particularly enjoy Star Wars the Clone Wars and the Star Wars: Republic comics. I'm currently a student hoping to become a software developer of some kind. I hope to share some MOCS and Brickfilms in the not to distant future! Thanks for reading!
  13. Hello, my name is Ryan. I'm also known as 8-Bit Ramen. I'm a pretty crazy dude, and I do way too many things other than Lego... My two favorite Lego themes are Star Wars and Harry Potter. I also really like the Marvel themes, even though I only have a few of it's sets. I also like Steven Universe, which I think Lego should make sets of, and Gravity Falls. My favorite video game is Assassin's Creed Revelations, even though I grew up on Mario and Pokemon. My favorite band is Gorillaz, and if you ever see me, I'll most likely be playing my ukulele. I was kind of poor as a young child (don't pity me) so I didn't really get many Lego sets, and when I did, they were gifts or hand me downs.. But when I was Twelve I decided I would get back into collecting Lego, and it's still one of my passions. My favorite Lego Youtuber is just2good. Speaking of, some of my social media and links will be down below. I can't post a picture of my SigFig (or maybe I can and I'm just a noob...), but he's a guy in a Slytherin uniform and has a blue lightsaber. His name is just tiny Ryan or tiny 8-Bit Ramen. Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Ryanrocksmith Twitter: https://twitter.com/8Bit_Ramen Since it's that time of year, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Kind Kwanzaa, and everywhere in between!
  14. ScaleCarModels

    Hello! AFOL from Missouri, USA

    Hello Eurobrick members! My name is Rick and I am from Missouri, USA. ScaleCarModels is the username I use on forums and my Youtube channel. I just got back into building LEGO at the beginning of 2016 after being out since I was ~14. Turned 32 this year and this hobby make me feel like a kid all over again I love it. I have been checking this site regularly for few months, but the TC10 Pneumatics contest is what really pushed me to become a member. Technic is my preference and I have built up quite a collection. I am glad to be here with fellow LEGO enthusiasts and cant wait to share my creations with the community. Good Day
  15. Bricks4Me

    Hello, I'm Bricks4Me

    Hello Yout... Eurobricks! So, my name is Michael but most people know me as a youtuber named Bricks4Me. I'm a lego fan, I like almost all lego themes, I'm a TFOL, I make brickfilms, and I like the community. When I was 10, me and my parents moved out of an apartment and were homeless for about a year or 2, but we stayed at my uncles place. On my 11th birthday, I got a lego games set called Creationary, and boy did my imagination get bigger, or so it felt. So with birthday money, i got some 2010... 2011... city police sets, and my lego universe just grew from there.
  16. DComics Shop

    Hello from Serbia!

    Hello my name is Ferenc Matyus 34 yers old, and I`m a new user on this platform. A year ago discovered again (since my childhood) the beauty in creation with the Lego cubes. I`m on some projects and just recently finished my first bigger statue which is a life-size Superman Lego sculpture. I look forward to sharing it with everyone. Have a nice day!!
  17. Hello, I'm legobagel, as you probably read. I've been following the forums, but haven't posted much. I have been playing with LEGO (I'm proud to admit it) for a while now. I'm a collector of Marvel sets, Dimensions packs, and currently trying to top off my Disney collection. My YouTube channel is legobagel, but I probably a won't be very interesting to you. (It isn't that good.) I hope to have fun and meet all you awesome people on these forums, and I ask that you help me around a bit, because I'm new and might be a little confused. Thanks for your time, and see you later!
  18. - Where I come from; but I live in Copenhagen. My name is Helgi. I am most interested in LEGO Mindstorms and Technic, but also Mocs
  19. Hello everyone from north Italy (Milan). I'm a fan of LEGO since I was a child and I own some sets. About one month ago I started to design some sets using Lego Digital Designer software and I'm fascinating about it ! As soon as I will finish something I will share with the community !
  20. Rider Raider

    Hello from the other side!

    Hey guys! Rider Raider here! I'm an American AFOL who prefers building medieval (RPG style, might join Heroica! The RPG.), Town, and Technic. Hope to see you all! ~~~_|<<<~~~~ Rįder RAIDE_R
  21. Hello Eurobricks! My name is Isaac, I am a student living in England and have been playing with lego since I was 4, like many of you, i'm sure! I've been doing animations on Youtube sporadically for a good 6 years now, mostly related to the hit BBC show Doctor Who. However I don't like to feel limited to it. A lot of the lego creations that I share will be made as sets or props, like some train projects i am working on; but I will occasionally enjoy creating ideas for commercial sets. Who doesn't! I'm looking forward to sharing ideas and suggestions with everyone, and I hope I can be a help where I can! All the best, Isaac
  22. legojedibob

    Hi! My name is legojedibob

    Hi everyone, I'm legojedibob My name comes from a figure introduced in the first republic gunship, who was just a generic figure designed to represent the Jedi, but he's a bit silly looking with his smiling face and beard, which I always thought was funny considering he's in the middle of combat. My interests are usually Star Wars and space themes, but I like creator modular style stuff as well I have a particular interest in UCS sets, and have a weird sort of soft spot for greebels and intricate details I'm looking forward to getting to know this forum!
  23. Hey everyone! I'm Anna, Irish female AFOL just out of the Dark Ages and back into LEGO collecting. I'm 19 now, and had been collecting LEGO obsessively from about 2005 to 2011, and just got back into the hobby this year. I'm mainly interested in LEGO Town - City and a bit of Creator, my first modular is on the way - and Star Wars, and these take up the majority of my collection. I'm also pretty interested in bits and pieces - no pun intended - of other themes, for example DC Superheroes because I am a big fan, or the collectable minifigs. I've never been particularly good at making MOCs, but my current aim is to take these boxes of stashed bricks out and create a meaningful town for my minifigs. I'm very much pleased to meet all of you, thanks for having me! I'm sure I'll have a great time amongst you all here on the forums. Everyone here seems lovely and helpful - I can finally stop lurking now and actually interact with you guys, woo! Many thanks! - AnnaBuildsLego
  24. MrBrickALot

    Hello from Sweden!

    Hi! My name is Bastiaan and I recently moved from my home country The Netherlands to Sweden for a new job. With some extra cash to spend each month I have been able to rekindle my old love for LEGO. I still have all my childhood LEGO but I am now more into buying sets, specifically Star Wars and Creator. I definitely want to take the next step and start creating myself and hopefully I can find some great ideas on Eurobricks. My most prized possesions right now are the Tower Bridge (10214) and the UCS Slave I. Hope to talk to all of you soon! Hej då from Sweden!
  25. Hi there everyone, I'm a /ahem 45 year old from Manchester, England. I enjoyed my childhood playing with Lego from the simple building blocks, the mini vehicles of cars and space vehicles then into the Technical Lego and the train sets of the 80's 12V fame. I drifted away from Lego during my latter teens when I took up guitar, (still enjoy playing it to this day), and education and work commitments and all that adult stuff. Anyway with meeting my wife and having a child you guessed it Duplo was the order of the day for the young one and my wife reinvigorated my love of the plastic brick and got a few sets to build for my birthdays and Christmas. The most notable sets I got are the Scania Truck, the VW Camper Van and the Millennium Falcon to name a few. It fair to say I've been bitten by the bug again and I've managed to repatriated some of my old sets from my parents attic ! I'll be no doubt be quizzing you on converting my 12v Lego trains to run with power functions as I'm at a loss as to the whereabouts of the transformer Cheers