This is my most recent project, season nine. Most of these pictures were taken at one of my display sites in the Saginaw, MI area. Took about three weeks to build from start to finish.
I had a lot of fun working on this season's project. The inside details are some of the most impressive I have ever put together in my works. The mini figure that is being used as the priest, is based on a real life person.
Hey thanks for checking out the Brick Dimension. I have to say you have a pretty good start on a masterpiece-in-the-making. I'd be happy to let you use some of my ideas for your own awesomeness. You asked about the stained glass window in my church? It's one of the those decorations you hang in windows (I forgot what they're called). My mom had a bunch of 'em and I "borrowed" one. How did I attach it? I carefully measured the angles etc. to get the best fit using overted slopes. How did I hold it in place? If you like closely at the pictures, you can see two Viking horns at the top that are keeping the window balanced. It's not really attached at all, just balancing in position. Finally, the laptop mystery in the movie theater. Yes, it's actually kind of cool. Since the building is built on a brick base (that's why the building is not directly on the baseplate) so you can easily slide it off and take the computer out. I'm currently working on a better movie theater with TWO showing rooms and correct color schemes. Thanks for the reviews! Have you seen my comics? Sincerely, Stephen A