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  1. So, I finished redecorating my traffic car, photos will be up sometime next week. Finishing the traffic car means that as of now all LCPF cars are redecorated. The vans are next. The Blog will come out sometime tomorrow evening, Monday afternoon at latest 😉

    Also, if you haven't done the Ford Explorer VS Ford Taurus survey, do it. 


  2. So, its been a whilst since I have made a blog, so one should be coming out over the weekend. Also, if anyone has an idea for a project for me to build on stud.io, just let me know as a status update. 

  3. Happy Tuesday, As I said in my last blog, here is my Toronto Police Ford Taurus. It has seats for 3 people (2 in the cab and 1 in the rear bench seat) as well as a divider between front and rear seats, front details include a computer, gear shift stick, and multiple gears and buttons resembling the ones used for emergency lighting in the real vehicle. Exterior details include 4 opening doors and an opening boot. Credits: I edited Svens Ford explorer rear light design and used it. Aside from that this is 100% custom made. Also, with the redecorating project, I finished my last car and decided to also do some simple roof decals for my British Transport Police car. Once again for more Lego City Police Force go check out the album. If you have not read my previous blogs, please do so, I have a Ford Explorer VS Ford Taurus vote on the one before this one so go check it out. Left to Right: British transport police car, Lego City Police Force Traffic car, (lack of space is why there are 2 studs uncovered on the traffic car). Thanks for reading!! 😀
  4. I was considering it but I wanted it a simple choice between Ford Explorer and Taurus. 😉
  5. As mentioned in the poll, my next project is a Toronto Police Ford Taurus, which led me too the question, which one does the general EB community like better. Also, Re-decorating update, I Finished both the Armed Response Vehicles and will soon be doing my favorite, the traffic unit. You can see individual pictures of my redecorating project on the LCPF album so go check that out!! Also, if you missed my last blog, go check it out and let me know what you think of my Ford Explorer. Disclaimer: I didn't plan on making this blog entery I just wanted to make a poll and so apparently I need to make a Blog entry to make a poll, and here we are. Thanks for reading!! 😄


    So I made a Ford Explorer VS Ford Taurus poll go check it out by clicking on the link below (The poll is in my blog) Image result for arrow pointing down clipart


  7. Thanks for the recommendation, I will definitely give the speed champion wheels a go.
  8. I had just seen it recreated by so many people I wasn't sure if his was the original. I just changed the "credit" section in the blog, see above.
  9. Yeah I wanted to give him more but I am not sure where the design originated from, was it Sven? If so then: The 2 tail lights are from Sven's design.
  10. Finally I have finished my first creation in stud.io, It is a Ford Explorer police interceptor based on the Toronto Police's newest one. I know there are some problems with it (the grill and the wheels) but this is my first attempt at a work in progress. The brake light design is from Sven's Ford Explorer. Aside from that this model is entirely custom. I found it very hard to find wheels and tires in stud.io, any advice would be appreciated.
  11. Hey folks, So if you read my status update you would have a general idea of what this first issue of this blog is about (hint, that project that I spent too much time on 😁). I am currently re-doing all the stickers on the vehicles on my police fleet. I started with just a standard patrol car and I love the way it turned out. The front. The first time I have ever custom made licence plates and company logos. Also, CGV is the police cars calling code (Charlie, Golf, Victor). Around the back you can see the chevrons, ANPR cameras, and a way of making antenna that I have seen before but never actually used. For the last time, this is the proper way of making rooftop ID decals, the 01 is the force code, the orange circle means its an Incident Response Car and CGV is its call code. If anyone is wondering "Why this picture?" its to show the laptop being relocated from the back to the space between the windscreen and the steering wheel, the closest it can get to its real position in the real car. I did this by moving the whole interior one stud back. I will soon be re "decorating" (that"s one word for it) but a lack of supplies will soon knock this project back into motion. As for other things, I am currently in the process of trying to download Stud.io, (I will be putting out an official ask for advice in the Lego forum soon) but this is just a heads up if you have any really useful advice, please leave it in the comment section below. Thanks for reading! If you haven't already, please follow me and check out all the cool content I have posted. And just like that I summed up my first blog post. Wow. Thanks again for reading!! 😉
  12. Here is the Blog

    It is can also be viewed by clicking literally  right down there 

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  13. I have spent a lot (probably too much) time this weekend remaking a lego city police force inciden response vehicle with all new stickers. Once I refresh my supplies I am thinking of re-doing my whole fleet. Pics will be on here and on the website ( https://legocitypoliceforce.weebly.com) verry soon. I have also changed the rooftop ID system my force was using to a more realistic version. I will do a comparison (as a status update) as soon as possible. 

    1. Rescue 423

      Rescue 423

      Actually I am going to just make a blog, so go check it out (as soon as its done I will post a link here)

    2. Rescue 423
  14. Thanks for following me!!

    1. Joshua B

      Joshua B

      You're welcome! 🙂

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