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The Clockwork Menagerie ~ Relaunched!On
The Clockwork Menagerie has been relaunched!
The Clockwork Menagerie was my second most successful set to date, Exploratorium being the most successful. My largest set, it's piece count barely makes it under the 3k limit at 2,999 Lego pieces. As part of the Flight Works Series, it's designed as an opulent store front for selling high demand clockwork animals. I've chosen to relaunch it after expiring early this year in the hopes that there are still many supporters who wish to see it come to life!
The Flight Works Series buildings are all designed to interconnect with one another when either open or closed to make a steampunk themed city street. If you liked this project, you should deffinately go check it out!
Fight Works ~ Relaunched!On
Flight Works has been relaunched!
Flight Works was my first submission to Lego Ideas. Since then, I created several other sets, including Exploratorium and Sunken Scrap, based in the same world. Two years after its origional submission, I've decided to relaunch the project. With all the changes to Lego Ideas over the years, my hope is that it will take off even better than before! Already, we've reached the first benchmark 3 times faster than last time!
Exploratorium was designed like my other modular buildings to interlock with Flight Works when either open or closed, to create a Steampunk city street. If you liked this project, you should definately go check it out!
New Set! ~ Sunken Scrap!On
A new Flight Works Project is live on Lego Ideas!
An historic wreck on the ocean floor! But what’s this!? The Alley King is using this precious piece of history to store his ill-gotten gains! What will happen when explorer & villain collide?
Sunken Scrap uses a lot of elements from Exploratorium to create a Steampunk Adventure. After submersible stealing designs from the Exploratorium, the invention thief known as the Alley King has been going on a crime spree. Using his revamped sub, he's been stealing gold and invention prototypes from passing ships then hiding them in a shipwreck on the ocean floor. What will happen when the Exploratorium team finds more than history at the bottom of the sea? Find out!
While this new submission is a departure from my previous modular designs, it is still compatible with them. I had fun putting a lot of character into this little adventure, so if you supported this project, you should deffinately go check it out!
Day 60: ~ 5,000 Supporters!On
Thanks to you we've reached 5,000 supporters!
A special shout-out goes to Ariettha who was the 5,000th supporter! Everyone's support has provided 182 more days to crank those gears so that together we can explore creation!
Again, thanks to everyone who supported this project & all my other projects. Also for the positive feedback in the comments. God willing, we'll see the Exploratorium on shelves soon!
Day 10: ~ 1,000 Supporters!On
Thanks to you we've reached 1,000 supporters!
A special shout-out goes to Math87 who was the 1,000th supporter! Everyone's support has provided 182 more days to get that boiler red hot so that together we can explore creation!
Again, thanks to everyone who supported this project & all my other projects. Also for the positive feedback in the comments. God willing, there'll be another update celebrating 5,000 supporters soon!
Day 1: ~ 100 Supporters!On
Thanks for the support everyone!
A special shout-out goes to GoGoFlow88 who was the first to support Exploratorium! Also to Legos1Fan who was the 100th supporter! You've provided 365 more days to pump those pistons & get Exploratorium ready to explore creation!
Again, thanks to everyone who supported this project & all my other projects. Also for the positive feedback in the comments. God willing, there'll be another update celebrating 1000 supporters soon!