The Brick Show reviews a group of seasonal sets from Christmas, Halloween, Thanksgiving and a lot of that toy has released over the years.
the Winter Village hearth Station! annually, toy introduces a brand new addition to its Creator expert Winter Village sub-theme, and it’s something I forestall to each year, qualitative analysis back to 2009 after I initial fell gaga with the first Winter Village Toy look.
This year, we tend to get an enthralling little firehouse to service the quickly growing Winter Village, that already has amenities such as a Toy look Post office, Bakery, Market, holiday Train, train station and even a Santa’s Workshop.
The Winter Village firehouse clocks in at 1166 items, retails at US$99.99/AU$149.99 and will have a release date of 1 october 2018, yet as a toy dignitary pre-sale on thirteen september (4 days time!), just in time for your Christmas present shopping!
The structure is kind of blocky which provides it a awfully vintage look, however I do just like the two-tone combination, with the dark red higher floor, and also the gray ground floor. The tan accents across the roof and main entrance area unit brilliant – and represent really expert use of colour-blocking.
The facade of the fire Station contains festive hints of Holly that adorn the outer walls, and a bright red sickle-shaped door. The building’s walls use great use of different textures and shapes – i really just like the ridges across the roof, and also the generous use of poles across the front.
If there's one major weakness within the design, it’d need to be the dearth of snow. we tend to get many bits of snow here and there across the roof, with a awfully light coating that seems to just fall slightly over the edges of the roof.
Winter Village buildings each have a definite snow-covered look to them, that sets them aside from any other toy sets, however this one just doesn’t feel like its blanketed by snow. the first thing I’ll do after I get this set is to clearly add a whole heap of white plates on the roof to beef it up more.
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