How are lights, pneumatics, or motors used in Castle creations?
From James Brown: ! I use 9 volt lights and they work fairly well, although they are a bit dim. However, with a red cap they work well as glow from a fireplace. I use them behind stoves, and underneath fires. I put the light brick right into the back wall of the fireplace, and piled the fireplace high with trans-red, trans-yellow and trans-orange 1×1 round plates. This makes a really cool-looking effect, especially with 1 or 2 flames sticking up. My kitchen has a bread oven, a stove and a kettle all side by side. In this case, I put several lights behind the wall, and just left holes in the backs of the stove et. al. to let the light through. It works, but it is very dim. (That might be because I m running several lights off a single battery pack.) The model backs into a mountain, so all the wiring is hidden on the back side. I used 1×3 arch bricks to keep the wire runs neat. My wife hides the wire runs in her castle in the chimneys and under the floors. From Frank Filz: ! As you strin