Trueblood

Trueblood

Tucson, Arizona

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  • 1 day, 22 hours ago Trueblood Level 13
    Thanks, John.  If you have a photo or drawing of how this upper floor chest of drawers looks and what pieces are needed to build it and how it attaches, I'd be grateful. Perhaps I could devise a work-around if the opening still seems too small.  Here is my email address. I am not on social media so this is the only way. David
  • 2 days, 1 hour ago Trueblood Level 13
    Thanks, John.  I can not make 25893 stick into the open stud of 85861.  The bar is too short.  So, I'll come up with another solution.  There is a more serious question.  The sleeping quarters have a white chest of drawers on the upper level.  You can see this furniture through the slanted window in your photograph tiny-house-trailer_10.jpg at Rebrickable. But your PDF instructions don't show the construction of this white chest of drawers. Is there a step missing after PDF page 194?  Step 195 skips over to putting in the slanted windows. I hope your parts lists includes the white bricks for this furniture.  Please help!   David
  • 2 days, 22 hours ago Trueblood Level 13
    Hi, again, John.  Believe it or not, I'm actually in the process of finally building your little house #1 and lighting it.  I have run into a snag on step no. 120 of your fine PDF instructions.  I do not see how the bar portion of 25893 can "attach" to 85861 behind the television screen.  The bar on 25893 doesn't extend far enough to be "insert-able" into 85861.  Forgive me if I'm being dense. Thanks for any advice on this issue.   David (Tucson, AZ)
  • 2 weeks, 3 days ago Trueblood Level 13
    A really lovely MOC design, Rollingbricks. I smiled as soon as I saw it.  The perfect size for enclosing a little gift.  Great work.
  • 3 weeks, 1 day ago Trueblood Level 13
    Thanks, Thierry, for your response.  I would love to see a photo or an illustration of the headlight you originally planned.  It might give me some ideas. Perhaps also you might design a caboose for your train? ;-)  I hope you do go and finish the Alcatraz Island model.  A friend of mine who builds Lego models just finished the San Francisco skyline model because he loves the bridge and the Alcatraz elements.