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A little throwback to the birth of Dwaas, albeit that Fronkenbricks’ current experiment seems to’ve gone completely wrong…

Building efficiency

First off, sorry for missing last week, it was my son’s fifth birthday and I didn’t find the time to shoot an episode.

Today, at the end of a few days of the flu (at least I REALLY hope it’s the end), I finally had some time to build new scenery; the entrance to Fronkenbricks’ place on Eno. Over the last couple if years I found a reasonably efficient way of sorting and storing my Lego bricks. Basically the equal bricks all go in bags and these bags are sorted according to type into plastic drawers. The sorting proces itself can be paused and the semi-sorted bricks can be stored temporarily. All in all THAT part is as good as it gets for now.

However, building stuff is terribly inefficient. Each time I want to build something there are bags all over the place and I miss an overview of the sort of pieces I own, so I always need to remember some kind of brick in stead of simply opening and searching my storage. I don’t have the solution yet, but I hope I’ll get there little by little, within a few years or so.

Lego Building space...

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