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  1. Slobey

    Pirate Diorama

    Hi guys, Here is my display I've built for an upcoming Lego show in my home town. All up it's 96 x 353 studs and by far the biggest I've ever built. I'll post a few pics here but to see more click on the links to my Flickr account. I'll hopefully get some better pics in a couple of weeks at the show. I'd just like to credit Matthias Richiter for the skull design. I reverse engineered it from a picture I found a few years ago but I see he has now put it up on Lego Ideas so if you like it please give him your support! DSC_9496 by slobey79, on Flickr DSC_9497 by slobey79, on Flickr DSC_9494 by slobey79, on Flickr DSC_9491 by slobey79, on Flickr DSC_9490 by slobey79, on Flickr DSC_9485 by slobey79, on Flickr DSC_9475 by slobey79, on Flickr DSC_9469 by slobey79, on Flickr DSC_9466 by slobey79, on Flickr
  2. Hello Guys, I have collected more than 200 photo and I made a video. 183 exhibitors and nearly 12,000 visitors. Hope you like it!
  3. If your a fan of Lego in Perth, Western Australia, you may want to check out this show Bricktober - Perth 2015 is a fun yearly event that showcases models built from LEGO®® by fans of the brick in Perth W.A. This year will feature the themes of: City and Trains, Friends, Technic®, Star Wars®, Disney Princesses®, Elves® , Lone Ranger® , Superheroes & much much more! This year we have moved to a bigger venue and will be running the event over 2 days. 10th & 11th October 2015 9am - 5:30pm CANNINGTON EXHIBITION CENTRE AND SHOWGROUNDS Cnr Albany Hwy & Station Street - Cannington Tickets can be pre purchased at Cost $8 each - plus booking fee or Family of 4 - $25 - plus booking fee * * A 30 cent ticket booking fee applies per head. Children under the age of 2 years are admitted free. We will have timed sessions this year every 50 minutes to ease the long queues. Please note - No door sales Pre purchased timed sessions only Bricktober is a project of the The Rotary Club of Ascot (Inc) - Funds raised on the day go towards support for programs for young children and other, Rotary and community projects. Activities at Bricktober include: A hall full of LEGO® models built by fans of LEGO® in Perth. A "Brickpit" of 1000s of LEGO® bricks that you can play with Animated LEGO® films on the big screen. Competitions on the day of BUILD IN A BAG, SPEED BUILD and RAPID MOC BUILD (please note numbers are limited - sign up on the day) Plus you can drive a LEGO® Train or Drive a Technic model with a remote. Buy a raffle ticket to win cool LEGO® sets. Take a guess at the number of pieces in a jar of LEGO® and win the Jar of LEGO®. Purchase LEGO® from one of the many sellers. But there is free stuff you can do before the show with a chance to win tickets to the show. You can enter our COLOURING COMPETITION and Shoe Box MOC (Make your own creation) There are prizes for different age groups and Boys and Girls and even an AFOL category - details are on the Facebook page and website. We also have a unique competition for under 16 year old LEGO® fans called “The Future Exhibitors Competition” where 3 of the best creations will be invited to exhibit at the show.
  4. For those of you lego fans in Perth Western Australia You are invited to come along to Bricktober 2014 Bricktober 2014 Flyer by Technic70s, on Flickr