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  1. Hi,I'm making a topic to combine my WIP stuff, any questions and worries while building stuff. I've been making B-C-models since I was 6th /now 31/, playing with ATCO bricks, as in Bulgaria LEGO was stupidly expensive. 20 years later I was given 42046 as a gift and here we are... I've got 21 MOCs on rebrickable now - you can see them HERE My Bricksafe hoarding place for renders and real-life shots is HERE Some of you may have already seen some of my work posted on the forum here /42106 Big Rig/. C models followed - a truck trailer from 42103 visible above, revised 42039's B model /below, both manual and RC/ and a whole bunch of stuff from 42101 and 42102 /also below/. 42101 alt-builds - up left - a mini-cyber-truck-thing, up-right - trial truck from mini-Claas and Buggy - two steered axles, some interior, lots of color barf. Down left - touring bike - front suspension, steering. Bottom right again Claas and Buggy Combo - Soviet Big Rig - opening doors, HoG steering, fifth wheel that accepts big trailers. Up left - plane out of 42101 - propeller spins, VERY SOLID and hard to take apart. Up right - a bit ugly ATV, has steering and rear solid axle, that's suspended. Does wheelies. Down left - helicopter - has inverted HoG to spin the propeller, rear one is manual too. Down right - Rat Rod - has Beam of God steering and a low stance. If you push it hard it'll even scrape the floor :D 42106 VW Camper - build log is below in the topic. It has pullback, wheelie bar, wheelie stand and a cute face. Same parts can build the 42098B funny car. It has a V6, by-passable pullback, /un/lockable steering and HoG on the roof. Modified it quite a bit as you can see. Corvette's Hot rod also made from 42106's parts - featuring V8, linked steering wheel, lockable steering, HoG in the back, by-passable pullback motor, removable roof, exhausts and supercharger. ================================ GTS is my old forum name and my nickname in Bulgarian is Kostq /pronounced Kost-ya/. So you don't get confused by the profiles.
  2. Hello Brick Forum thats my Video of Timelapse Brick building... Next one will be better ;)
  3. Hey everyone, so last Friday @Lox Legoand I woke up super early and headed to the closest Lego store. By 10:05am we were proud new owners of the Bugatti set, that afternoon we got to building and decided to try out a timelapse build. I hope you enjoy! Last but not least, keep an eye out on future posts as Lox and I plan on building a B model for the Bugatti!
  4. Here is my review on "The Joker Battle Training" set 30423. Hope you enjoy!
  5. Price: 24.99 215 pieces Year: 2016 Thanks for watching Like, Comment, and Subscribe!
  6. CaptainJackBrickster

    (REVIEW) Breezeway Cafe 6376-1 (VIDEO)

    Year: 1990 Number of pieces: 183 Number of minifigs: 5 Price: 23$ Thanks for watching!
  7. Phoxtane

    60018 - Timelapse + Review

    DISCLAIMER: I am waiting on a replacement part from Lego Customer Service to arrive before I get on with making the review video! Well, this is my first review of a Lego set: the 60018 Cement Mixer! ...Or it would be, at any rate. Unfortunately, one of the most important pieces - a half-drum that makes up the mixer - seems to have cracked and bent in such a way that I can't actually use it. However, I did make a timelapse-y video of me assembling the set. Music: Airport Lounge by Kevin Macleod of incompetech.com [http://incompetech.com/] So, I picked up this set as an impulse purchase at the local Wal-Mart. I had a hard time of choosing between this one and three others that were priced the same - 4432, 60016, and 60017, to be exact. Since 60018 is a construction vehicle, I figured it would have the most play functions and thus I could review it properly. Some initial thoughts, good and bad: - This set feels fairly big and chunky for 20 USD. Not that I'm complaining... - Eight wheels makes this set irresistibly cool. - While the tilting front cab allows the minifigures to get at the plastic engine, it also makes the set a little awkward to pick up. - A good solid chassis composed primarily of a 2x16 plate and two 1x12 bricks adds to the swooshability. - The back end feels unfinished with all of its exposed studs compared to the front end, which has tiles as far as the eye can see. - A few pieces feel out of place, a couple could do with some printing, and quite a lot continue the tradition of throwing seemingly random-colored parts into odd places. My initial rating for this set: Good - consider buying if you have the spare cash! [This opinion might change once I get a proper review all figured out]