• Don't do it! You still have things to live for! - The Awesome One 24
  • Are these sails official lego pieces or are they just paper? - Te†i~†o†s
  • They're drawing paper.
  • There is a pirate with a broom making him walk the plank.

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  1. JohnDoe297 42 months ago | reply

    not saying it is the green grocer, im saying it was built from the green grocer

  2. gotoAndLego 42 months ago | reply

    @scarthekillfish. The sets that donated most parts were Creator houses, Grand Emporium, and Fire Brigade. There's no actual GG in it. So lots of sets donated bricks, many of which were bought specifically as parts packs. On an aside, it uses 1 32x32 base plate and one 16x32 baseplate.

    BTW. Thanks for all the kind words folks.

  3. JohnDoe297 42 months ago | reply

    d'oh...i meant the grand emporium. got the names wrong.
    the one with the dark green windows

  4. iNoah 42 months ago | reply

    This is a thing of beauty.

  5. Raoul L. 42 months ago | reply

    Wow. This is the best thing ever!

  6. Duq 42 months ago | reply

    "We apologise for this interruption by our supporting feature"

  7. Jack Riveorput 41 months ago | reply

    Wonderful creation

  8. Lucas (formerly Dr-Gonzo) 41 months ago | reply

    Brilliant! I now have that song in my head ... may need to throw in the DVD

  9. nolnet 41 months ago | reply

    This is so brilliant!

  10. Cave43 41 months ago | reply


  11. Exinferis~ 37 months ago | reply

    That part with the planks and the sails would actually be a good design for a building under construction!

  12. gotoAndLego 37 months ago | reply

    In the movie, the scaffolding and cloth sheets are there because they are sandblasting the facade.

  13. Exinferis~ 37 months ago | reply

    Was that comment to me???

  14. Exinferis~ 37 months ago | reply

    Waitwhat! What movie are you talking about???

  15. gotoAndLego 37 months ago | reply

    Monty Python's The Meaning of Life. It's from the first bit.

  16. Kreativ Snail 27 months ago | reply

    Will you be bringing this to any Lego AFOL conventions?

  17. gotoAndLego 27 months ago | reply

    Possibly the Chicago one this year.

  18. Jack Riveorput 27 months ago | reply

    Once more, fantastic creation.

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