Plastic and dust supported by wood on carpet? Mmmmm, delicious.
About this creation
My collection of LEGO sets as of January 31, 2008. Note: I keep all my minifigs in sorted baggies; they aren't missing.
Unless my family cat got to them first.
Pay no attention to the Thomas the Tank Engine bedsheet in the lower left-hand corner. >_> Moving along....
The awesome Mars Mission dropship, along with an Aquaraiders sub (that I bought at Toys R Us $10 more that what it normally is: $49.99. grr) and other sea stuff. Moving along....
City trucks and INDIANA JONES OMG OMG OMG. I love the German trucks and Well of Souls. Moving along....
Getting a bit crowded.
Finally! Breathing room... and dust. Moving along.
The Naboo Fighter will be moved asap. Moving along....
More space and dust. Woo.
Sets that are normally displayed but are in various states of deconstructed forms:
-newer TIE Fighter
-new Slave I
-old Imperial Shuttle
-another new AT-ST (nice chunk of a leg missing due to the infernal cat)
-Jedi Interceptor with Hyperspace Ring (due to a certain fatherly figure dropping the ring on a wood floor)
-Clone, Droid, Rebel, and Imperial battlepacks, though those really don't count
This is sooo cool!I only have five Lego sets....thanks to my nephew!!!! Any way Some day I hope to have that many.Can you give me some tips on how to save your money and stuff like that. I new at this and need some help. Check out my stuff.
lol who really cares about the Thomas the Tank Engine bedsheets? I even have DALMATIONS bedsheets and im almost 11. So don't care about it man. Be cool with it...Anyways back with the topic. I like the way how nothings messy, saw a few funny MOC's...good job.
I can't really give you any criticism...considering these aren't your creations...my only advice is to take all those sets apart and build something of your own-you definately have the peices, and after that much instruction building, I'm sure you have some skill. Nice collection, though!