About me: Jacob_Sparre_Andersen
I mostly build contemporary models; houses, trains, cars, animals, etc. Sometimes I work from a specific real-world construction, but most of the time I make more generic models.

A selection of my creations from the last 17 years or so can be found at http://lego.sparre-andersen.dk/

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