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Using the same bricks stuck in my wall as last year's Christmas stocking hangers, I put up some spooky decorations this year. Literally, spooky: I wanted to do something fun to decorate the entryway near our stairs that was simple, but also sturdy and flat (people have to walk up and down these stairs, you know). My family got to help out which also made it fun. Happy Halloween! Edit: here's another of decorations for the summer (2016, actually) that I just realized I never posted. I know I have individuals of each letter somewhere, but I've switched phones since then and things got backed up to different accounts. If I can find them, I'll pull this and put them in their own thread. I also did some flowers for spring, but I have no idea where those ended up (a pity, they were really good IMO). (S: barbecue, U: picnic w/skunk, M: camping, M: r&r, E: diving, R: windsurfing)
Another free-build for Kaliphlin. I quite like how this turned out, though getting all the patterns to look right was a bit tricky. I would like to claim UoP credits for: Wall techniques -- Demonstrate mastery of three advanced wall techniques. Standard, studs-up walls of bricks are not included. Round walls and towers The Badshahi Mosque is a very prominent mosque in Kaliphlin, known for it's ornate architecture and massive gateway. Lots more pictures on Brickbuilt Thanks for looking, C&C appreciated
I had been trying to build Hypnodisc of Robot wars fame when I realized that I could build it on a scale reasonably close to minifigure size by just using the Time Cruisers decoration for part 3960. However, I've noticed that LDD does not possess this in its list of decorations. I've heard that decorations can be downloaded and added to a part. If this is true, could someone please direct me to such a download (and a guide on how to apply it)? If this is not true, has anyone made such a decoration so that it can be applied according to this method?
Browsing the web once I saw pictures of a staircase banister and railing that someone had built out of LEGO as part of a professional interior design makeover and thought "I WANT ONE!!!!". Now I'm finally in a place I can do it, space wise, so... The LEGO-less banister and the first pile of bricks. The first lot of bricks after some playing to get the colours looking ok. Originally I was going to use more colours than just red, yellow and blue but it looked too fussy. Some more colours will appear further up, especially when my kids get involved. After a few more BrickLink orders it's looking much better. The large bricks are from the LEGO Discovery Center in Manchester and help disguise the bits where this wall of bricks ties to the uprights of the banister. So far it's not shown any sign of wanting to fall off as I've walked up the stairs so fingers crossed! I've got a few hundred more bricks to add, and more on the way, so I'll try and post more pics at the weekend. The best part is I live in a three storey house so I've got another set of stairs - if anyone has a pile of white 1 x 6 bricks going spare, let me know :-)