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From the album: San Brickardo"Populating the streets of San Brickardo" is a new multi-step project started by me to keep myself busy over the summer I'll be attempting to create different types of cars to populate the streets of San Brickardo. Step 1 is mostly made up of Mercedes Benz C-Class variants, with the one closest being a 2-door the middle one (my fav.) being a 4-door, and the furthest one being a 2 door convertible. Aside from the headlight being inspired by @ Michael P s Charger design headlight the model is custom built by myself, and a good addition to the fleet of vehicles cruising around San Brickardo streets. I'm not done with Mercedes-Benz yet, as I do plan on making a Mercedes Benz Sprinter design, as well as a G-class and Vito to add to my collection.
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So, as many people (I assume everyone whos reading this) knows, Emergency bricks had a server crash in which many of the content it held was lost. Luckily, thanks to the hard work of Dakota, it is back from the dead. Among the things lost was my blog, but Dakota exceeded himself once again and was able to give me limited access to the old site to get the a couple issues of the blog. I have copied them all into Google Documents, and the links below are open for everyone, so if anyone wanted to view some of the older blog posts, they are available below: *Exclusive Review* New Engine 5 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LOlDiWv5IBxqxYKb_Wz1ZAss5XSrp5qupJPYANr37XY/edit?usp=sharing Brickston brush fire https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Gv0O-vjoC6PBGBUPDbHQkZMXgM8TTl2e5fQDwZ9kkqY/edit?usp=sharing Emergency Task force Training Exercise https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tLlDv9Kdw8MqF5XLwpL052IL-YsW1hSwqsga6QH5sww/edit?usp=sharing First Stud.io Build Completed https://docs.google.com/document/d/1A71w__oUsIrsrkGRDrY--vRGMOiqGL0yxjwHUHu5t7c/edit?usp=sharing And last (and IMO best) LCPF Public Safety Response Team FAQ https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YeUTKaNxIzDr59aKcJmn9LU_vq5RxqcMhx73cSJxAOc/edit?usp=sharing I also still have a copy of the tutorial for converting the 2021 Modular into a much better version, and I am still deciding whether to share that at this point. To represent this new era for "The Blog" I decided to change the first thing I chose about it, the name. Suggestions are encouraged! (The usual, keep it appropriate, don't diss anyone, and one fire/Lego related would be preferred). I would like to have a new name chosen by the next issue, so get to it! I really am excited to hear some cool, creative suggestions! In other news, if you have any suggestions in relation to where this blog is going, what things I should steer clear of, and what things I should do more of, I would love to hear your feedback! Thinking of doing a floor-by-floor tour of my giant 7 floor police HQ in a my next entry, what do you think? Definitely check out blockheads, a new, more up-to-date version of Mocpages that has just been launched! https://blockheads.builders/ To end it off today a picture of my new ETF (Emergency Task Force-basically the SWAT) truck. The truck isn't new, but the armor and other details are. The extra details include a megaphone, multiple security cameras, shielding, roof hatch, handrails and long range antennas. What do you think? And yes, it can hold all 4 ETF members, their shields, additional equipment (masks, night vision, shields, guns, door rams, batons) plus a driver. That explains its length! Its based off a 2010 Mercedes Benz Sprinter Van. Thanks for reading and Happy New Year!
From the album: Lego Emergency MagazineIn this first issue of the magazine we have an interview with @Josh and many amazing tutorials by other LFC members. This issue is already available via a link on the website below! https://legoemergencymagazine.weebly.com/magazine/winter-2020-our-first-issue
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