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andy16806

My latest MOC: oiltanker

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Hi

As a new member, as some if you might already have noticed on the introduction page, I felt like posting my latest creation. It was just finished before Lego world in Oslo 1-4. of May this year, and the pictures are from the layout by Brikkelauget (the Norwegian community). I had to finish this creation in a hurry to, so there are some details I would like to modify when I get the time.

You can read about this creation on Mocpages.

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realy nice , love the back of it! what parts r u thinking about modding ?

I want to add more details on the deck, and more minifigs. I also want to build interior on the bridge.

Then of course there is the harbour....

It was made the day before the exibition, and can have a lot more details.

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Wow, a wonderful oil tanker! It even comes with a helicopter landing area and a crane! And I particularly like this information on the tanker: no smoking! *lol*

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This is amazing! :wub:

And sooo huge. I´m impressed.

The smaller ship on the second pic looks rather small in contrast to the big one.

Very well done. On first sight I can´t see any object for a change.

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That's absolutely amazing, andy16806 :oh: !

That's actually that what I would like TLG to give us (read that) - an oiltanker with an oil refinery! (Of course not in that big and detailed size because only few people would be able to pay that but ...) It's :wub: :wub: :wub: !

Very, very well done! :thumbup:

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A huge and marvelous ship, and already pretty detailed, with an impressive bridge and a solid and well done crane.... perhaps the crane

looks even a little too big.... The color scheme´s also nice. Hmm.... that ship, in a little different color scheme, could also work very

fine for some neat little Waterworld scenery.... :look: hey, I like that movie! :grin:

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I say, that is a brilliant MOC that is! :cry_happy:

All the details are amazing! :oh:

And the Esso oil tanks on the port are also really nice.

Good work!

Dr. Brick

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A very fine oiltanker indeed. But I have to confess I´m just a little bit more impressed by the railroad tunnel in the background. That one really looks wonderful!

But that might just be me. I´m gathering inspiration for landscaping at the moment :tongue:

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A very fine oiltanker indeed. But I have to confess I´m just a little bit more impressed by the railroad tunnel in the background. That one really looks wonderful!

But that might just be me. I´m gathering inspiration for landscaping at the moment :tongue:

Thanks a lot. Here are some more pictures of the railroad tunnel. (It's not mine, and this link goes to some earlier photos of this tunnel)

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Superb work. It's good to see you with great attention to detail despite the MOCs impressive size (I particularly like the NO SMOKING sign)!

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I saw this beauty on BS, amazing work!

The little details like the no smoking sign, the oil pipes on deck, a helicopter....great! :thumbup:

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Hey Andy. Wow! *oh2* This is really amazing. Thanks for sharing it with us. I think when people build big MOCs like this they end up focusing on the overall size and not the details. But, you've done both! I really love the piping on deck. The anchors are very clever and that crane is a work of art in and of itself. Excellent work and welcome to Eurobricks. I can't wait to see more from you. This is an excellent MOC.

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That is one awesome oiltanker! Yes, great work andy :thumbup: ! I love the attention to detail, especially with the helipad and NO SMOKING sign! This really is LEGO art!

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