In my opinion the most difficult part of a story is the one question: Where to begin? My story began on the 17th of october in 1989 in Sömmerda, a small town in Thuringia, eastern Germany. My life was full of change nowadays and I suppose it will go on like this always. LEGO was some kind of constant and will be in the future, too.
In my collection one can find many different models from a lot of themes, but my early preference went towards railroad and big city life as well as research adventures on and below the waves of vast oceans.
My once peaceful nature changed a little bit when a friend of mine in 2001 introduced me to his new xbox. From then on I was a fan of Halo and the epic fight of Master Chief against the Covenant.
Futhermore, I fell under the spell of the Star Wars saga and "The Lord of the Rings".
For LEGO I obviously favor the Clone Wars, but I could never tell which episode is better than the others. They are all better than others, which makes them ultra better than everything else (except for Halo and Lord of the Rings, which are ultra better, too).
I am the last person in the world one could call a partriot. But in one special case I'm very sure: Markus Heitz is the BEST author in the world!!! (together with some other great masters like Stephen King, J.R.R. Tolkien and many more ...)
His Shadowrun novels and Collector inspired me to create the dystopian story around the Flame-sword security corporation.
In the close future Flame-sword security trains up and employs specialist to send them to flash points all over the world. There they solve conflicts either by negotiation or guns and blades.
I focussed my efforts on the team of Richard Graham, one of the company's best and most loyal man.
Enjoy my creations, they are made for each one of you.
I am open to constructive criticism, so don't eschew to leave a comment.
May the bricks always be with you.
If you are a fan of "Lord of the Rings", I strongly advise you to have a look at Micheal Kringe's page. You will find some master pieces there.
David P. is my brother in arms on the table-top battlefields and a great friend. We're working on a Star Wars table-top game together and he made some decisive suggestions for my Halo table-top game. He is a busy guy but his few MOC's
are definitely worth a look.
Yeah, my Warthog - short comic has won the "video game diorama contest" - To all group members: Thank you, very much!
Special thanks to bluefett 305, who was the group admin.