Flynn wrote:It's called sarcasm, Mr. jason.
Seriously, this is spetacular. The methods to get those round shapes are extroidinary, and the whole thing is just amazing. No words can put this to justice, so I'll stop trying now.
darth jason wrote:SkwerlJones wrote:I don't see what is so amazing. Fox Hound just posted a picture of the Home 1. I mean, it's not even made of lego or anything. No one could be that awesome and make something that realistic and completely magnificent.
Are you joking? Did you look at the Brick shelf pictures that show it being built?
findyourfix wrote:Hey everyone, your Home One is absolutely outstanding! If any moderators see this post, how hard would it be to see this museum-worthy masterpiece see some sponsorship by TLG or Mr. Lucas? That 8-foot Venator got tons of love, and he that was a sponsored/commissioned build, right? This Home One of Fox Hound's surely matches or exceeds the Venator from a while back, if only for the gorram clever curve work on it. Great job, Fox!
SkwerlJones wrote:I don't see what is so amazing. Fox Hound just posted a picture of the Home 1. I mean, it's not even made of lego or anything. No one could be that awesome and make something that realistic and completely magnificent
Joedward wrote:You god Sir, win.
like staring at the most beautiful woman in the world
findyourfix wrote:Chief, that is exactly the kind of idea I was talking about. If TLG, and/or Mr. Lucas (Sansweet?) could help get this monster on the road, perhaps there would be some kind way to help Fox Hound recoup some of the cash expended building it. I'm usually the kind of guy to say "if you wanna play, you gotta pay", but this Home One stands out singularly in both the Lego world and Star Wars. I know its probably wishful thinking, but there it is. Fox, if you look hard enough through your screen, I'm still looking at it slack jawed...
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