One of my favorite things to build is iconic, pop architecture such as that of food chains. Most people can recognize it from the styling of the building, even without any stickers or signs, and get a kick out of looking at such a model.
Mr. Guenther, when I was at 'the high' I had heard that you were really into Lego's. It was a snickering joke about how you were too into Lego's and not about the thing's we as student thought mattered.
It was something that I had put into the back of my mind until recently. I saw your D&d version of the Lego universe and I was totally floored. People all around the world use your system for D&d's in a lego setting.
The level of depth you put into your work is not only amazing but methodically whimsical. You detailed everything in such a way that your work has been streamlined into the larger D&d sphere. Congratulations and thanks for everything Mr. Guenther. You're a great teacher, an insightful designer, and a great man. Keep up the good work.
Very nice Peter! It´s clearly recognizeable as a food chain store. Your town buildings look quite amazing. Where are you from in Michigan? My wife´s American, and a Michigander:) So I know the area around Tecumseh, Adrian, the one around Ann Arbor - and a little bit of Detroit... Do you guys have "Pick-a-Brick stores in America? If so, is it cheaper to by certain pieces in masses there? Best regards, Steffen