|Quoting Piercey (Reply 3):|
btw, is that the Santa Fe Sleeper next to it or something like that?
|Quoting Skidmarks (Reply 8):|
I thought Lego was for 3-10 yr olds.................../
|Quoting Piercey (Reply 9):|
Skids, you just insulted a lot of builders on this fourm. I'd go run back under that rock your hiding underneath.
|Quoting AislepathLight (Reply 7):|
Dave, how much longer do you think? I am on a regular lego train base, with 3 stud endcaps, so I would have to build it on a custom base...
|Quoting Gregtx (Reply 10):|
Actually, I'm a bit confused too...I puth those away when I was 9 years old.
What is the attraction? I see them in Daycares, etc...so they still must be popular...(?!).
Oh well....but it is strange.
|Quoting Queso (Reply 14):|
I think that's very artistic and creative, as long as you're not just assembling a kit thrown in a box that comes out the same no matter who puts it together.
I'd sure as hell never be able to do that! I have no artistic ability whatsoever. Bravo to all of you who are able to do that, and for sharing it too!