Bricks Tricks 3. Finally! Here's the first part of 2 very nice days this one AFOL had last weekend. So sit back, kick off your shoes and enjoy the ride!
All is busy while fondling the brick on setting up. Only a few minutes before doors open and still lots to build!
With LJ Hornblower it's all about Westerns. He gathered his collection mainly at Bricklink and claims to have an even bigger Pirates layout...oh boy, oh boy...
It's Niels Sandra's first time too, and he brought his Titanic to show. The ship is his second version; 1 baseplate wide and 8 baseplates long. He's not entirely happy with it and plans on expand to double size! All levels are removable to reveal a wonderfull interior.
Bourgois Michel and Maico Aerts are into GBC (as seen lately on the brothers brick) and are expanding their machinery every year. The whole thing sounds like a waterfall and has over 500 Lego balls constantly in the circuit!
Ludo Soete is passionate about trains and stations. His train stations are a feast for the eye!
Vincent Meeuw is passionate about Lego, to say the least! He makes replica's of German steam engined trains. His models are 8 to 12 wide and are packed with stunning detail.
He also contributed to the City Layout with part of his personal layout. A village complete with city hall and party at the market square. I was particulary fond of his swimming pool! The church tower you see is made by Kenny Verstraete
Peter Seynhaeve (not related!) is a collector of all fire sets, but added just a few houses and a nice train disaster scene the city layout.
Captn' Greenhair specialises in pirate ships, but doesn't use the Lego "ropes" cause they tend to limit the possabilities. His Dio was absolutely faboulus. The Yellow/black ship is based on the Surprise. The red/black one is a mix between Hermione and La Rennomee. He dedicates his whole next year to a replica of The Prins Willem, minifig scale. It is estimated to be at two meter long!