|Normal view of swimming pool(pic 1)|
|Picture of all the minifigures except Lifeguard guy|
|Were you wondering where has Lifeguard guy gone to? Well, he's sitting on his lifeguard chair!|
|Another view of the swimming pool|
This MOC all started with a swimming pool concept that I had in mind: Build a swimming pool where I can pose minifigures in the swimming pool without the removal of any minifig parts. I searched on youtube and google on these type of MOCs, but unfortunately I only saw 1 or 2 that were able to pose minifigs in the 'water' without removing anything from the minifigures themselves. So, I decided to build a Lego swimming pool of my own! At first, I actually didn't have enough transparent bricks to fill the water parts and leave a few holes for posing minfigures, but over time, my sister gave me her Lego bricks and I got enough transparent bricks from her and my own collection that I was able to build it. :D When the pool 'water' was done, it basically only went through minor changes, such as the width and length of the pool, the depth etc. I left it the way it is in the pictures for weeks before I finally decided to post it here. :P Oh yes, here are some bonus pics!
|Lighting near the outside enterance to City Square Mall(not at the carpark area)|
|Some kind of train with lights I think|
These were taken at City Square Mall, but actually there were lots of lit up decorations there. Unfortunately, when I was there, my phone was already near the brink of shutting down due to low battery. Before it shut down, I managed to take these two pictures. Don't they look beautiful? :D By the way, the bonus is not over yet!
|Lights on! I can see some faint colouration of the car in the picture, can you?|
As hinted in Soft toys talking 30, I bought the Lego power functions kit! It comes with a few axles, some gears, the power box, M motor, lights and the switch! Also, this is the mining car that was mentioned in soft toys talking 30. It can actually move on its own if I switched on the extra power functions switch, but in the picture I did not allow it to move because I am taking a picture! Why would I need it to move when you can't tell if something is moving in a picture unless it is blurry? More on the mining car in the car's own post! This is about the swimming pool not the mining car! :P That's it for now!
Written by Lynn