Quoting Hayden .
it s a bit akward to call you hayden, after I knew you as zak for so long, I ll call you hayden from now on, if that is what you feel more comfortable with, I ll get used to it, where I live, zak is used, hayden never is, so, it s more difficult to remember, as I have no reference, thanks to help me adjust as a friend! and your french is quite remarkable hayden, if you could only use 'tu' instead of 'vous' it would implicate you as my friend, closer, not a stanger, as it s the case!
@ deus; yeah! this is the best way! @ paulo; this should be something I have to discover, brick link, I hear it all the time here, I ll check that, as soon as I have 'paypal'. @ builsder allan; I will cover 'how to live in a lego city' in a future journal, to explain my tricks to make it beareable. @ el barto; yeah! winners, I got most of my 'monsters' kits from them, pumpking terror?...winners! @ luck l; in germany? ...how cool! this is why I like to post here, all over the world! I love you guys! @ zak; you have plenty of time to ammass, I would nt be surprised you match it in time, I m slowing down now, it will mostly be orders from lego, and assorted bricks kits from now on.
Don't forget scrounging at Winners! They often have sets for cheap, look for the red stickers. We were just in St. Jean Sur Richelieu, and they had quite a bit. TJMaxx in the States sometimes does, but not as often.
Nice tutorial! I often buy two sets at once too. We use different soring methods but i see how yours would save me some much needed space. Lack of space i also the reason i have not set up a full city-scene yet :-) Oh, nice technique on the lids of those bins by the way.