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Bird's eye perspective
Thanks for 500+ supports - you guys rock! For christmas we want to purchase the missing parts and build the classic corn mill in real life 👏🏼 Stay tuned and have a creative day💡
To explain our windmill design we wanted to share the specific windmill we took inspiration from - the Dybbøl Mølle, displayed in Legoland Billund! We remodeled the innerhousing and dimension of the model but stayed with the red, white and grey colourway. Moreover, we added the rotatable water wheel to give some extra play features - besides the stylish looking stream 😇
Have a great week!
Big thanks to the Dutch supporters!
Massive thank you to Peter Broekstra for featuring our Lego ideas project at https://bouwsteentjes.info! We were overwhelmed by the ongoing Dutch support last week so we wanted to express our thanks with a Dutch flag :) Keep on presenting MOC's without a big audience and have a great weekend!
Size comparison between big ideas 💡
To illustrate the differences in height we wanted to share this picture!
Classic Corn Mill height: around 40cm
Treehouse: around 37cm
Have a great weekend!
Thank you guys so much for 300+ supports! That means a lot to us and we are curious how many supports we will gain in the next 300 days! Feel free to support us on Flickr/ Instagram or any other social media platform 🙏🏼 Have a great day!💡
Todays details: tractor💡
We wanted to share some more close ups with you - so we rendered the tractor from different angles! 😊 The tractor comes with a removable cutting tool and a tow coupling for the trailer. It is inspired by the "Porsche Diesel" from 1958 with its remarkable colourway and we build it with around 180 bricks. The look fits perfectly into the style of our "classic" project and we were happy to transform the essential details in such a "tiny" build💡
Hope you like these insights and have a great week!
Finally we reached 1/4 of the upcoming milestone and we hope to grow more rapidly😊 Thanks to all of you for your support and feel free to share this project! Keep on creating💡
WOW! Huge thanks to all of you guys 🙌🏼
We reached our first milestone within 3 days and hopefully we keep on growing. Because we recieved many positive feedbacks about the details - especially the tractor - we want to share with you some close ups on a regulary basis. 😊
Thanks again, feel free to share this project and have a nice weekend!