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  1. This is an awesome build! It is the kinf of theme i like to see and it si perfectly made! The pyramid is just amazing but the surrounding jungle is highly reallistic too! Congrats for this amazing build!
  2. Really nice. Your castle is quite massive! It is well finished and the level of detailing is impressive!
  3. Thank you all for your nice comments. For Borex, I will try to make a short video (nothing's really extra ordinary in the rolling rock however). Just hope I'll get enough light to film in my lego-cave!
  4. Hey Guys! It's been a long time that I haven't posted any MOC on EB! Here is one of my creations I finally took time to take photos! It is my "Indiana Jones temple escape" where Sir Henry Jones Jr. tries not to be flattened by a big rock ball! It is motorized so the rock rolls after Indy! Please, do not hesitate to make any suggestion or comment! They are welcome! Hope you will enjoy! Indiana Jones temple escape by Zed, sur Flickr Indiana Jones temple escape by Zed, sur Flickr Indiana Jones temple escape by Zed, sur Flickr Indiana Jones temple escape by Zed, sur Flickr
  5. 1 1 3 3 16 Grangrats to all the entrants! Nice work. We have a lot of nive MOCs but IMO 3 are a bit higher, that explains my vote!
  6. Wow!!! Nice blackbird. You manage to recreate the shapes of the aircraft really well. It looks awesome. Congrats!
  7. I really like that way of thinking! I find your minifigs really accurate, details as the kevlar of Mack makes him taller than the other figs (as he is in the serie) so that's really nive detail. The parts you chose for all the characters are maybe the best you could found. But I, as suggested, would have used spiky hair for fitz... Ward is reconizable at first look! (don't change his hair!) And your Quinjet is maybe one of my favorite MOCs I saw on the internet since a long time. I am actually making my own version of the quinjet. It's not an easy airship to build... I'm facing some usues in choosing wheels to figure out that"thing" under the wings... I don't want to look at your LXF part: I don't want to be too much influenced in my building. I want my own version. But yours is fantastic! A Lola red car would be THE MOC to go with all you made!
  8. Wow! Really nice batmobile! It has a high level of details despites the scale! I really enjoy this kind of vehicules in that scale. I have to admit I would prefer the minifig to fit in the cockpit but that means no "glass" to the windscreen.
  9. I really like your club car. The roof is smooth and well designed!
  10. Everything is that MOC is awesome!!!! So much clever ideas! Rocks looks fine, houses, wall, tower with its roof, port docks too! But your water! You made waves!!! When I look at the picture, I almost see them moving!
  11. Not a big fan of 8 wide trains but I have to be honest, your engine kicks megablocks! It's really beautifull, reallistic and of a clever building!
  12. Really nice creation! I love the way it looks! A lot of NPU, that's really interesting!
  13. Awesome! This is brilliant! I always wanted to have véhicules driving on my city layout but didn't wanted to add a level underneath the road basplates... You find the way to make it! It's impressive how it is driving smooth and in a reallistic way! I'm very impressed and will surely (one day, after all my WIP projects), with your permission, try to make some vehicules driving with that system
  14. What kind of LEDs and wires are you using for the Ecto-1? Does LEDs fits into bricks like cheese slopes? Is that SMD LEDs used with thin wire?
  15. Thanks you all for your comments. I will try to make some photogtaphs of it partially parted out (don't if it is correct to say that) to make you see how it is built. I really want batman minifig to fit in.