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This Lego tripod Is really useful if you want to make smooth clips, avoid shaky videos and even when you have to capture some really fast movements. It is compatible with most of the common phones because of its elastic phone holder. You should also use this LEGO tripod when you want to make a good timelapse because it stays stuck in the position, you need, because of the pneumatic piston placed opposite the handle. If you want to build this tripod follow the instructions in this tutorial:
Welcome to Santa's Village! Step right up and get your photo taken with the big man himself, then continue shopping at the many stalls in the Winter Market. This is my entry to the Expand the Winter Village Market contest. One 8x16 module with one-stud overhang plus two 8x8 modules. Here's Santa's seat and the lineup. I built the tree how I figured TLG would, and the globe's for showing children all the places Santa visits. For only $100 you can buy a print of you with Santa from one of his elves. There are a lot of bad isms, but commercialism's one of the worst... One last shot of everything. Merry Christmas!
Behold, a blast from ages past! This is the Attatech I! The very first mech created by Attatech for the Great Wars. This model was used in the Siege of Musina as massive artillery units to bombard the vertical city. Manned by a only single semi-unprotected soldier, this model was eventually replaced two years into the war by the Attatech II and then the Attatech III. The only remaining models are held in the Great Cartan Library. This archaic model features three powerful legs, twin cannons on a rotating turret. And here is the open cockpit. Check out my brickshelf (link below) to see more images!