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- About the Display
- Interesting Facts
- Find Mr. Brick
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Small Theme Park built around a massive Aquarium.
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Building things has always been a passion of mine and with LEGO® I can build things without making dramatic changes to my house every other week.
I have always liked LEGO® and never really had any dark ages as even when it was not a big thing in my life I would still get the odd set here and there.
My passion for building big display type pieces increased when my kids came along and I started getting more and more for them to build with, which gave me a large base for me to build with.
About the Display
My display has been built in sections over the course of the last 15 months. I couldn’t even guess at how many parts are in there as besides the clearly visible parts there is an awful lot hidden away underneath as well.
My favourite part of the build is the Aquarium and the way I have made the fish move about. This has been built in a number of different ways over the year, from the most basic to the most technically challenging and finally the most visually interesting (the one I settled on).
It is this that formed the basis of my display and the rest was built around it.
There is over 25 types of sea creature (including brick built ones), over 30 regular fish (all colours) and over 200 Minifigs!
Find Mr. Brick
Try to find Mr. Brick in the photos and if you can’t then scroll down to find out where he is.
Mr Brick is sitting in the stands watching the Aquarium.
It is built 12 48×48 stud base plates in 6 different sections.
James Lucas Set Number: BT2020-132