About this creation:
It's in fact three seperate LXF files.
All about 12,000 pieces.
Adding new creations into old creations.
I know, the little story isn't that great but it helps to get old creations getting back.
I noticed that more and more Lego galleries are closing.
The old LDD gallery is gone too together with the creations on it.
What's the reason to destroy all those creations?
Just to promote Lego life?
I don't get it.
Seems TLG wants to go back to core business, producing just sets but I think they will loose a part of their market.
Nothing will stay by just being.
The compatition will take what TLG will left behind.
Is this the result of being the best and acting like it will last for ever?
A lesson to be learned by everybody, if you are a business or a person.
Keep trying to improve yourself and never take for granted what you have.
Great job on this post Bak! Thank you very much for the birthday message. It's not actually late, but I never did share the exact date. Anyway, I do recognize the creature in the water! I don't remember what it's called, just that HannahDash made it.