Re: Old School Lego Fans Rejoice

Postby Dougal on Mon 5/Jan/15 10:02pm

The movie is on Netflix Norway.
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Re: Old School Lego Fans Rejoice

Postby Oli on Mon 5/Jan/15 11:40pm

And on my memory stick.
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Re: Old School Lego Fans Rejoice

Postby Wobbler on Tue 6/Jan/15 9:38am

And my axe.
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Re: Old School Lego Fans Rejoice

Postby Conners on Saturday 7:39pm

Pretty stoked with scratch building this over the last few weeks:
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Re: Old School Lego Fans Rejoice

Postby AgrAde on Sunday 11:20am

That's actually pretty cool.
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Re: Old School Lego Fans Rejoice

Postby Dougal on Monday 3:55pm

Seriously Ben, that's the quality of new bought lego set. Great job.

How did the little helpers like it?
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Re: Old School Lego Fans Rejoice

Postby Conners on Monday 10:06pm

I just love it how Technic has gotten so much more detailed in the last 10 years. I used to try and make stuff like this in the 90s but the detail just wasn’t there. We had a really basic differential and some shock absorbers, but nothing like the working piston engines and plethora of different shaped/configured Technic elements. And the curved body pieces are amazingly adaptable too, you seem to be able to make really realistic looking forms pretty easily with them.

Kids thought it was pretty cool - 6 year old keeps telling me it needs more detail though :lol:
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