Hello, I’m Ryan from Texas

I discovered Brickstuff last year and I’ve added it to two of my models so far.  I can’t believe the level of realism it adds.  Very impressive, even to people who aren’t fans of LEGO.  I used the light strip starter pack for the Titanic model, storing the battery pack at the bottom of the hull.  Switch is accessed easily by removing a tile that covers it.  The lights actually go through the lower part of the ship as well, but they don’t show up on my iPhone camera.

 The Range Rover classic  was super easy.  There was enough space in the trunk and under the rear seat to store the wiring and battery.  I used the headlight starter kit, using the 4 way port board to plug in picos for the headlights and fog lights.  I used a 2 way port board to connect the taillights.  Everything was easy to hide.  If you are creative enough to build a MOC, you’ll enjoy the process of installing the lights.  It really is the cherry on top of these MOCs.

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