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    Lego St. James Park, Part 2.

    Some of you might know and have seen my monstronsity that I made a few years ago. Anyway, that was long broken up in disgust of how wrong I did it. Totally inaccurate.

    For those who are unaware, here is the original thread. http://www.exeweb.com/forums/showthr...-St-James-Park . The original pictures on that thread were hosted elsewhere on a server which time lapsed, and are since lost, so here's a small taster or what once was. .

    Now I am doing it again with our new-fangled two sides as well. I hope to be finished the day the "new ground" is finished, but we'll see. I'm off to a slow start already, but don't push me, 'cause I'm close to the edge. I'm trying not to lose my head.

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    Re: Lego St. James Park, Part 2.

    Effort number one, trying to fill the insides in with Mega Bloks (to save money and be a "cheat"). Trust me, don't mix Lego with Mega Bloks. Everything you make will mysteriously split apart for no reason like a bomb going off. This is the Big Bank, of course.

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    Re: Lego St. James Park, Part 2.

    After an evening leaving it be, I mysteriously found that it cracked up and wouldn't stick back together, no matter how hard I pressed the bricks down. Therefore I decided it was the fault of the Mega Bloks (so-called Lego-compatible and cheaper bricks). I stripped it down to bare Lego.

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    Re: Lego St. James Park, Part 2.

    Building it up a bit now. Lots of tinkering needed. Not too happy with the diagonal angle on the left hand side, so will need to sort that. I'll keep you updated.

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    Re: Lego St. James Park, Part 2.

    Best. Thread. Ever.

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    Re: Lego St. James Park, Part 2.

    Do you have little supporters ��

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    Re: Lego St. James Park, Part 2.

    I hope you're not smoking in your bedroom.

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    Re: Lego St. James Park, Part 2.

    This is genuinely the only thread worth following on Exeweb.

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    Re: Lego St. James Park, Part 2.

    Quote Originally Posted by Antony Moxey View Post
    This is genuinely the only thread worth following on Exeweb.
    Yes it is. No egos.

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    Re: Lego St. James Park, Part 2.

    Can't understand why you haven't built up more to the left, there's plenty of base board and we could have had a couple of hundred more legomen in there. Missed opportunity.

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