These are the LEGO sets I designed that came out in 2009.
About this creation
I have provided links to Brickset where you can post a review or you can head over to LEGO.com to leave one (I read all the reviews on my sets both on Brickset and LEGO.com), but the LEGO.com site is no longer accessible for reviews once the item is no longer for sale.
Set Designer= person responsible for the finished LEGO set.
Sketch Model= first version, or early version of the models eventually included in a set.
(I have only included sketch model credits on sets where the final model is heavily influenced by my sketch, others, for example; ‘Squidman’s Pitstop’, are so far removed from the initial sketch that it feels wrong to claim any responsibility.)
Note: No LEGO set can exist without a huge team of people: from the rest of the Design Team; to Supply Chain, Production, Prototyping, Marketing, Packaging, Packing, the Online Team, HR, Accounting, Legal, Administration and Parts Design, to name a just a few. All these thousands of people work together at The LEGO Group to get these sets into your hands and every one of them are as vital to the final product as the Designers. So feel free to blame them too if you don’t like the colour of the wheels or wanted more mini-figures!!
8957 Mine Mech On Brickset
Set Designer (Sketch Model by Harry B.)
8961 Crystal Sweeper On Brickset
Set Designer (Sketch Model by Adam G. (MisterZumbi))
8709 Underground Mining Station On Brickset
Sketch Model (The Final Set Designer was Adam G. (MisterZumbi))
Those are some of my favorite sets from those themes, excluding the Power Miners, I'm not a big fan of those. The only one I have, though, is the K-9 Bot. He makes a great guard dog.
Why don't you try to make the sets more studless?