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I love the beach, biking, martial arts, rock climping, camping, travel, playing, and anything else that's fun. And I occasionally work too when I run out of money to play with...(c:

My all-time favorite LEGO themes are castle, anchient history and fantasy. I also love the now retired DUPLO Castle line.

I'm a purist in general, however for my minifigs I also use custom pieces from amazing customizers like Brickforge, BrickArms, Little Armory, Arealight, BrickTW, etc. Life is short, customize it!..(c;

I also run a LEGO-related blog, http://TheBrickBlogger.com/ where I share pictures, tutorials, news, and all things I learn and discover about the LEGO hobby. Updated frequently, so come by for a visit!...(c:


Jun
14
comment Where do bulk lego sellers on ebay get their bricks
@Farhan - It isn't necessarily true that people who own LEGO know how much it is worth. Maybe they do, maybe they don't. Just depends on who they are and how they aquired it. Also, just like with everything else, it is not always about the money. Some people just want to clean house and get rid of stuff and they don't have the time to research what they have or sell it in the most ideal way. They are happy if you help them get rid of it all. I was reading a post on reddit about someone finding an almost new LEGO set in the dumpster!
Jun
14
comment Any good alternatives to BrickLink?
@Rocketmagnet - you can search the BrickLink Catalog by part type. Like for example you are building something and you run out of 2x4 red tiles. You go to BrickLink, you go to the Catalog section, look up Tiles, and it will be right there. From then you just pick the color you want and you are ready to order. :)
Jun
9
answered How to restore minifig faces
Jun
8
answered Authentic or Not?
May
12
answered How can you remove a minifig from its key chain?
Apr
30
comment Best online community for Lego Builders?
You can still comment right on the photos just fine. Just put your mouse over the picture and a little box will open up, drag it wherever you want it, and you can add your note. It works the same way as before. ;)
Apr
29
answered Best online community for Lego Builders?
Apr
26
comment Any good alternatives to BrickLink?
Good point. I can appreciate that. In my experience BL was easy to use from the beginning; I could find and buy the parts I wanted. However the site is quite robust and there are ways to take advantage of advanced functions. There are whole books written about how to use eBay, so BL is no different in this regard. The video and the guide are just ways to shorten the learning curve for new users.
Apr
24
answered Any good alternatives to BrickLink?
Apr
4
answered Are there any LEGO movie/game posters?
Apr
1
awarded  Yearling
Mar
9
answered Personal part collection on the web (Bricklink or alternative)
Mar
3
answered Is there a way to buy printed pieces to replace stickers?
Mar
1
answered Massive collection given to our charity
Feb
11
answered How do I Build a LEGO Digestive System?
Feb
1
answered What happened to Cuusoo set #6
Jan
26
answered Where do bulk lego sellers on ebay get their bricks
Jan
25
answered Fixing poorly applied stickers
Jan
14
answered Tips for hair loss problem in HeartLake world?
Dec
23
answered How do I remove a racing helmet from a garbage can?