Пока я воевал с непокорными «Т» образными соединениями, на диване появилась центральная часть туловища. Осталось собрать всё воедино и наклеить глазки, нос и бантик. Then when the internet came along, all of a sudden a local LEGO club formed which I joined.
This multi-layered blimp is the first of its kind that I’ve seen that’s also excellently crafted and presented. This adds so much to the realism, and they operate like real tracks, right down to the slightly jittery motion. If you’ve spent any time on a construction site, the big rigs like this have a very similar motion to them. Another great feature is how everything can still be moved without batteries installed. With it, they can respond with overwhelming force to any EXO-FORCE operation. The magazine explores Michael Kalkwarf’s modular castle system, while James Pegrum illustrates how to build circular towers in his builder’s masterclass.
Check out the video to see it in action, too! Tying little tiny knots for the «cables» with old, fat fingers is difficult, but the finished product is too cool for words. The retro-futurism of the design here is just awesome — slick and smooth, yet unmistakably “old-timey” in its sci-fi. The sand-green cabin is a nice touch to break the earth-toned colors.