At some point I will write about something big, but for now I write about something big on details! There are so many wonderful features in this vignette from Tim Schwalfenberg Built as part of an Ironbuilder challenge, (the metallic silver pin thing is the seed part) and simply called Choo Choo! Just feast your eyes on that train, the village, the windmill, the trees, so much in such a small space!. My favourite bit is the trestle bridge, made of Mini-Figure hands.
The latest Iron Builder is over, and I'm sure the awe we feel as spectators fails in comparison to the relief that is echoed by the builders. It was an epic battle, between two incredibly talented builders, and the work speaks for itself. Onosendai2600 and 6kyubi6, you both fought with honor and skill, it was awesome to watch.
We're nearing the end of this round of Iron Builder, but these fierce competitors aren't letting up. Check out this game console from Onosendai2600! As a quarter-poor teen I spent a lot of time with these contraptions, but none this cool (except maybe the sit-down vector Star Wars game, my all time favorite).
One of the best things about the Iron Builder contests is the incredibly diverse MOCs that get churned out. In this battle alone we've seen everything from a boot, to a video game to a haunted TV to a tornado. And now it's a guy landing a huge, orange three-eyed fish. Where else in the world can you connect all those things together? Nice build 6kyubi6.
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