Bruce N H wrote:Seb, I'm talkin' to you.
Yeah I got the hint
LEGO World was big as usual, huge I mean. As you can see Castle was adequately represented in multiple layouts by a few different clubs. BeLUG had a very cool Castle layout right in the middle of the hall, across from which FreeLUG also had a Castle area, and there were numerous smaller Castle layouts throughout the venue put down by members of our own De Bouwsteen.
I might get scolded, but my theme of choice this year was City
LEGO World for me is a very busy event, because I'm the LEGO Ambassador for De Bouwsteen, the club that co-hosts the event. I'm not directly involved in organizing the event, but it is an opportunity for many of our members to get together, and the social rush that comes with that is beyond awesome but leaves you absolutely exhausted for at least a week after the event
I'll try to give you the names of at least the clubs that put down which Castle bits, to the best of my knowledge:Moving temple
by Peer "Mahjqa" Kreuger, his entry for the Micro Castle Contest.Castle layout by FreeLUG
. Unfortunately I don't know who built what, maybe some of our FreeLUG members here on Classic-Castle can fill in the blanks here? It basically spans from that evil black fortified gate that you see, via some great castles and a cool medieval village, to the other end which has this awesome castle
that I've seen come by here on CC before but can't seem to find now.
A town building that's particularly interesting for Castle Builders is this replica of the Wijnhuistoren
by Hans Koreman. It's a famous building in the Dutch town Zutphen, where Hans Koreman is from.Castle Layout
, I am very embarrassed to say that I forgot the guy's name, I hope he doesn't read this
I will update this with name and link as soon as possible! Big Castle Layout
put down by BeLUG. I hope Castlestrike666, being a member on this forum, can give some more details on who built which bit. I know of a few bits who built them, but I don't exactly where they end and the next part starts, and who built the rest. It has a lot of awesome details which can be more closely examined in this folder