Saturday, December 18, 2010

Season's Greetings 2010

It's time for the Season's Greetings again!

We made new wrappings for some old gifts (you know... many countries are in deep sh... crisis), et voilà!

Just pick the color you prefer!...

The TBs team, wishes to all our readers, a Merry Christmas and an Happy New 2011!

We should of course do not forget Casper, Ricco et al., so lets wish them also the Season Greetings, and wait for another successful new year from TLG, plenty of new LEGO Technic sets, for us to buy and play.


Al said...

Thankyou, and merry Christmas to all!

Junkstyle Gio said...

And of course all the best of (building)wishes from me to everyone in the AFOL-community as well!

toa-of-justice said...

Happy holidays to everyone! :)

Those presents look really nice! How were they made to be so shiny?

-Toa Of Justice

Conchas said...


They were modeled with MLCad and rendered with POV-Ray.

toa-of-justice said...

@Conchas: Thanks. :) Is there a tutorial I could follow to create my own shiny MOCs from MLCAD?

-Toa Of Justice

Conchas said...


I don't if we have one. Guess not!
This render was done by Alexandre.

However I think the best person to write such a tutorial would be Eric (Blakbird). We might try to convince him to write!... ;)

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