Well, I have gotten back into building!
here is my latest project:
I bring to you my latest MOC for my latest project I will be building.
It is a Japanese restaurant like those you would see in Japan.
My project I will be building is a large city block of Japanese style buildings.
Here is the first of many buildings that I will build: ON WITH THE PICS!
A pic of the roof:
Close up of the detail of the roof: (yes, it is all made up of 1x1 bricks!)
The front entrance:
The Module sections all opened up:
A basic interior, the cooks are busy frying fish and cutting up fish:
Chefs busy cutting:
The LED setup: (string of ten LED lights powered by 2AA Batteries)
Hard to see, but this shows a bit of the lights inside:
Quote, originally posted by GT Eye » Seeing Lego commercials on TV makes me happy. I can't remember when I last saw them.
Last one I remember was Zack: Lego Maniac.
BTW here's a link to the photostream posted above: Avanaut's photostream
My new desktop:
Modified by bastion72 at 10:01 AM 12-16-2009
Quote, originally posted by dr_spock » I imported set 8258 from the USA. I opened the box and found the bags aren't numbered. It's going to be a long build.
I want that one too.. any leads? I'm in ontario as well
Quote, originally posted by BOOSTAHOLIC » I want that one too.. any leads? I'm in ontario as well
If you have relatives or friends in the USA, you can ask them to buy/order it for you. S@H Lego.com USA won't ship to a Canadian address. You can also visit the USA and get it a Lego Store down there. I paid my sister and Mom to buy mine and bring it back from the USA. It was around $160USD all together with sales tax at a Lego Store in the Boston area.
You can try BrickLink. Lowest I've seen is $250USD. Some Canadian sellers on BrickLink have it for around $300USD.
Quote, originally posted by dr_spock » I opened the box and found the bags aren't numbered.
Since when does LEGO number the bags? Isn't half the fun of building a new set having to search for each part in a giant stack?
Quote, originally posted by Hostile » Since when does LEGO number the bags? Isn't half the fun of building a new set having to search for each part in a giant stack?
They do label the bags in the "easy build" sets like City Corner. Bag 1 & 2 is the bus and bus stop, bag 3 is the skateboard/bike shop, bag 4 and 5 is the pizza shop.
Modified by dr_spock at 1:25 AM 1-3-2010