I'm 18?! . I mean, I AM 18! Hahahaha! . Yes, it's my birthday today! Normally it wouldn't be significant enough to post anything about, but being 18 has, I believe, granted me.... AFOLism! *THUNDER*
So, I've joined the ranks of the AFOLs. What now? Well, I thought I'd give you a tour of my Lego set-up. Brace yourselves for a possibly underwhelming experience that you may soon forget!
A general overview of my room viewed from my door. It misses out some stuff but I'll get to that in a bit. You can see my Alienware M11xR3 sitting on my desk though...
This is where most of the collection is kept. The calendar says Spetember because I took these photos a week ago.
The drawers! The top drawer is home to my white, blue, black, and grey 'normal' bricks. The middle has red, yellow, and green alongside my baseplates and set instructions. The bottom drawer has what very little technic I own along with...
...This stuff! I keep smaller models in here. My USS Excelsior, USS Halcyon, an old Spybotics set, and some of the original Bionicles are here.
To the left of the drawers are the boxes. All Lego products, these boxes.
The Red Brick box contains my 'tiny' detail pieces, as does the smaller red CREATOR tub.
The blue and green CREATOR tubs are home to most of my minifigs. The blue is for Star Wars, the green for others (mostly Space related).
The White Brick has my plates and medium-sized detail pieces.
The biiig Blue Brick contains the largest of the detail pieces I own.
The tour doesn't end here folks, there's more!
Here are 2 as-yet unposted models, on display by my bedroom door.
Anybody remember this set? Anybody? OF COURSE YOU DO, IT'S EPIC.
The shelves in the darker corner of my room (not metaphorically darker, it is quite dim over there) are home to some more models.
Having been featured on 'Pimp My Allied Avenger', this upgraded Blacktron fighter now sits between the two little ships I showed you a 'sneak preview' of before, because some nice geological specimens now occupy this shelf.
My Mars Mission collection. There's hardly enough room for them all, and that's even with the MX-11 Astrofighter hanging by a piece of string from the shelf above!
And finally, my Naginata mech sits on display above my head as I type this. It has never fallen on me once.
Well, that's all folks! If you have any questions, post away, or they may well be answered here:
I can't really differentiate being 18 from being 17, so I can't answer 'What's it like being 18?'
No, my hair does not always look like that. You can thank the Great British weather for what you see.
Yes, the Saucer Section of the USS Iowa is bigger than my head.
No, you will not know the names of those 2 previewed ships until I post them. However long that'll be...
That picture of me is not the best either. It took a few minutes and I decided that this was decent enough. DON'T JUDGE.