Currently have 10x gallon bags of mostly the same bricks for each bag. Have 1X bag of trees, flowers, and greenery type bricks. And 1x technic bag. More planned
Each child will be given a number that will be randomly picked from all valid entries that have been placed on or before 12/14/2016, with winners posted by 12/16/2015.
Kangaroo mini PC meets transformable LEGO case.
While in storage or in use the LEGO case can hold 1 kangaroo, 1 HGST portable HDD, 1x custom portable HDD case.
I could go into a long thing about why I need work or donations,
Short answer, not dead, not going to die any time soon. But.. I'm Limited to stay home once temp reaches 70F outside. Still waiting to get S ocial S ecurity, Need to keep housing and other things.
Be glad to build someone a website, or even accept donations through my PayPal at .
Also can do remote Admin work (14+years senior network engineer) Win, Linux, email, web, security, copper > fiber, Novell, Citrix, all routing and firewalls,
I never truly know how my days will be until the day of, so no 8-5 everyday. But for the most part I can still handle working from home on my pc for a few hours a day.
So I had a few days without internet and had some time to play with my LEGO. Decided to try to make a LEGO model of my Space colonizer ship Idea.
Various Custom LEGO SNOT Roads pictures and LDR source files.
In the past I just gave LDR files for examples for others to build from, today I will go over the mechanics that make up my original LEGO Log Cabins designs.
So it's been quite awhile since I have done any work building any LEGO MOC's. With most of my LEGO swag in storage, I decided to see how far I could get making my version 4 of the Enercon E-126 windmill hub with in LDD. These were made 100% in LDD, pictures made in other programs..
Going through all my files of Custom LEGO SNOT Roads I have made and posting the Pictures and LDraw files to go with them the here.
This was designed in 2009 and I thought it about time for a new design but wanted to first go over this MOC.
Working on my 3rd revision of the hub and geared areas of the E-126 MOC. These new revision are being made in MLCad so at some point I will have whole MOC made in LDR and MLCad.
Setup my log cabin with a modified base to fit the community window at the Columbus Ohio LEGO ® store.
Post some progress of my newest Windmill designed to look and be to scale of the E-126 Wind Turbine. So if a minifig was a 6ft person in real life (Minifig = 6ft Tall thanks to Dave's LEGO® scale Converter) this LEGO E-126 will be a staggering 16ft tall when one of the blades is turned up. The base of the tower is 48 studs wide, and each blade is 4.6 ft long......
Many years ago I wanted to see how many different ways I could add bends, corners, and other changes in the LEGO train track layouts.