Monday, 26 May 2008

microweekend

Although the weekend didn't turn out to be overly fruitful, I at least managed to build these little guys:



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I don't know why I am so fond of microscale, it just turns out to look ravishing, even after only a few parts assembled and since I bought some minifigs at the legoshop in hamburg, which happen to be allowed to carry as much tools and gadge
ts as one can stick into their tiny hands and since my fellow blogmate Moritz assured me that the shop's staff didn't mind a little creativity when combining several parts into rather wild, out-of-proportion-blown SUPERTOOLS/SUPERGADGETS - I by now possess like ten closed wrenches, 5 or 6 screwdrivers and other very useful microscale-parts.

With this macroscale sentence, I conclude with today's post and hope to post something bigger next time, maybe justrightscale.

7 comments:

moritz said...

oh, so they are giant mechas of doom in microscale? Took them for cuddly minifig-scale pet robots...

flo said...

I truly prefer giants of doom in microscale...but since you insist, you're welcome to mistake them for some third grade cousins of aibo:)

Hannes said...

My brickknowledge is proven to be out of date by YOCs, truely...

flo said...

Yep, the legoverse has grown remarkably.
No matter how much bricks I buy from shops, online, some peddlars market or elsewhere - I'll never have all of them, possess enough of them or will own a decent number in each of all the lovely colors they come in these days.

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