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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by master builder on Sun 09 Jan 2011, 12:53 am

Here is a photo of my LEGO collection it contains,
T-rex, X-wing fighter, Apple tree house, Darth Vader TIE fighter, Cargo truck, Dump truck, Cargo plane, Mail plane, Bin truck, Police helicopter, Fork lift, Power miners crystal king, Rock crusher, Mine mech, Claw digger, Crystal sweeper, Spider, Atlantas robot with sea serpent & monster crab clash, Grass chopper, Agents gold hiest, Prince of Persia, Hoth battle, Pirate raft, Mars mission Mars rover, Clone walker, LEGO castle battle set & kings carriage, Creator snowman, Indiana Jones temple of doom, Droid battle pack, Space police squid man escape, Rebel solider battle pack, LEGO world racers and mini figures.


Opps photo didnt work. can someone please tell me an easy way to upload photos onto here?


]http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?i=4830939


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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by peterab on Sun 09 Jan 2011, 4:02 am

master builder wrote:Here is a photo of my LEGO collection it contains,
Opps photo didnt work. can someone please tell me an easy way to upload photos onto here?

You need to upload them to a photo hosting site like Brickshelf, MocPages or flickr, and then link to them from here using the image tags.

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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by TazManiac on Sun 09 Jan 2011, 6:42 am

there's a host image button available when you post just click that then upload from your computer, once it's uploaded copy and paste the image code into your post ( this will also resize you pics for forums).
you can access these pictures later by opening that button and clicking the letterhead wich will take you to all your uploaded pics for future use.

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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by Captain Zuloo on Sun 09 Jan 2011, 10:33 am

Thanks peterab and TazManiac. And welcome to master builder! Very nice collection you have there - do you do any MOCing?

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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by lostdriveway on Mon 10 Jan 2011, 4:35 am

Ok so here is my collection. These are photo's of my lego / toy room. I had to build the layout around and under the desk in order to do a decent loop. I'm still sorting out all of my bricks from when I was a kid. Currently just trying to do by colour and then i'll get in a break them down a little more.







My plan is to eventually do a show layout in my garage... slowly getting my plans done and building up more track and baseplates. This is just a temporary set up.

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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by Swashbuckler Petrie on Mon 10 Jan 2011, 6:15 am

Some nice looking sets there. How big is the layout itself?

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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by TazManiac on Mon 10 Jan 2011, 6:35 am

my collection is not worthy of a photo really, unless I add my sons stuff aswell but that's cheating.
Each MOC I do really pushes my brick supply to the limit, because I wont destroy the BSB or Eldorado fort to moc with and my starwars stuff stays built, so pretty much every thing I build is form parts out of my HP collection and now BL orders.
I think having a small amount of bricks to work with has made me a better builder as I'm forced to work around not having what I need.

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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by lostdriveway on Mon 10 Jan 2011, 8:15 am

layout is only roughly 3m x 2m.
Most of the sets are old from mid 80's to early 90's except for the train stuff and some new city stuff i got for my birthday. The layout I want to build will be much bigger once I get the space!

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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by AnitaE on Mon 10 Jan 2011, 11:02 am

I have just taken some photos of my collection (in the dreaded sorting thread).

I have two large kennard boxes still packed with Lego models which I am trying to make room for.

Here are two photos of my collection




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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by TazManiac on Mon 10 Jan 2011, 11:22 am

wow you all have more LEGO than me........ for now!

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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by brickbuster on Tue 05 Jul 2011, 1:02 pm

here is a picture of my Lego sanctuary.My whole collection minus the models in the cardboard boxes.Image hosted by servimg.com" alt="" />


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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by Xyver on Fri 08 Jul 2011, 2:23 pm

Here's a photo of my town at the moment. I have some planes and helicopters off to the left and you can see half of the Lego truck. I need a bigger desk and more base plates to set everything up I think.
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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by Captain Zuloo on Sun 10 Jul 2011, 9:00 am

AnitaE wrote:Here are two photos of my collection
Youch! That's a pretty big load of LEGO! Is that a dedicated LEGO room that these pictures are taken in?


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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by AnitaE on Sun 10 Jul 2011, 10:10 am

Our garage has been converted into a lego space *blush* Which is good because we have building space which can now also double as a stop motion studio without a toddler playing with it legoeyeshutlaughing

Although I still prefer to build on the lounge room floor.

I have been collecting Lego for a while, even during my dark age I would still accumulate Lego, I just wouldn't build with it.

(We even have a lego space for the toddler now (she has one of those lego play tables and tubs of the Lego she likes (fabuland, mickey, belville).

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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by juniorbrickie on Mon 11 Jul 2011, 2:41 am

Damn! So much collection, anyways if you dont have space where to put, i can offer my place. legolaugh legolaugh

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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by Paul B on Sun 29 Apr 2012, 12:58 pm

An update to my collection.

http://launcestonlegotechnicbuilder.blogspot.com.au/2012/04/photos-of-my-lego-office.html

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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by AnitaE on Sun 29 Apr 2012, 1:07 pm

Here is also an update of my building area.

I now have a designated stop motion area


Stop motion work area by tikitikitembo, on Flickr

And this is pretty much how my collection is set up at the moment (except messier)


Lego storage - workspace by tikitikitembo, on Flickr

I want to change my sorting system again... but thankfully being lazy is preventing me starting that project (I went from type to colour and want to go to type again)

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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by brickie on Sun 29 Apr 2012, 1:32 pm

Aaahhhh! Anita that is just for what a garage should be used.

Bugger the car; keep the LEGO safe.

I must admit that your garage looks a lot tidier then mine.

Your little angel must have been asleep when you took that photo.

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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by Red_Five on Wed 09 May 2012, 2:58 am

Here's my collection... most of it is packed away as I have limited space.






9492, 7938, 7937 & 10199 all m.i.s.b. Dammit i'm becoming a LEGO hoarder! legoskulltransform legoskulltransform

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Re: Photos of your Lego collection

Post by pjchilds on Wed 09 May 2012, 10:05 am

Red_Five wrote:Here's my collection...
Does it drive you nuts when you can't find just the brick you are looking for, but you know you have lots of them legowink

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Post by Red_Five on Wed 09 May 2012, 2:47 pm

pjchilds wrote:Does it drive you nuts when you can't find just the brick you are looking for, but you know you have lots of them legowink

Absolutely, which is why i'm sorting everything out! lego@_@

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