thire5

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  • Birthday 03/11/91

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    Lego (Space, Star Wars), Music

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  1. Hi, check out my model of Ebe E. Endocott Podracer. It is part of big diorama so more models are coming soon!! https://www.flickr.com/photos/thire5/35219351451/ Enjoy!
  2. @Bbafett: Nice build with nice color scheme! For the dark green tile, this might be some acceptable substitution: https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=22385#T=C
  3. Thank you Btw plan your trip to Prague guys! This model and many others will be displayed at exhibition from 1.4. to 30.6.2017, there will be 15 millions (!!!) of bricks and I speak about huge models made by AFOLs, not just heaps of bricks to play or Legoland statues. Here is the webpage of the Brickrepublic exhibition (sorry, only in Czech for now, just put it the translator) http://www.brickrepublic.cz/
  4. Hehe no problem, the design is clear, I love the usage of the car mudguards.
  5. Thank you! That turret looks really great, I might borrow it one day Thanks! Yes, it is Mars Mission color scheme.
  6. This looks great and huge! I also like your other creations, you should present them on eurobricks also :) Regarding the wheels - I saw them recently on flickr with several photos of instructions how to made them, but I can't find the gallery now.
  7. Thank you! Yes, those wings are tough to use, I don't remember if I used them somewhere else. And you are right about the turrets, I did not think about it so thoroughly
  8. Hello, I'd like to present you my microscale Aleginator cruiser. It is a counterpart to the Proteator built some time ago. I hope you will like it :)
  9. Thank you guys for your nice comments, I'm happy you like it
  10. Thank you, unfortunately these are non-Lego LED diods. I wish that the Lego will one day make a simple, adaptive, and cheap system for lights
  11. The front wheel connection looks little fragile, but otherwise cool MOC!
  12. Great models I really like the detail of engine intakes made out of flags.
  13. Thank you for your comments Thanks, your AT-TE is really great!, it is one of my favorite vehicle (therefore I tried to make it two times :P). I'd like to make some models in the future, maybe Venator again (super smooth) or Theta, but it will not be soon... Well, it is really old stuff for me, that time I would make separate post for each of course, but now I think it is enough :)
  14. Thank you, well I have been building since my early childhood, that's a long time of training Hehe of course not, I had to disassemble the model every time after to build another thing. With the limited amount of parts I had to think a lot how to use the parts which I had and the result was often fragile and not so good. Thanks :) I like V-wing also a lot. But all these models seem to be very "studded" for me now :D If I ever remake any of these, it will be as smooth as possible :)
  15. Hello! Recently, I was watching my old Lego pictures and I came across my old Star Wars creations. I'd like to share with you my old Star Wars "UCS" models which I built around the age of 14-16. I was fascinated by the official UCS models so I was trying to build as many as possible with very limited amount of bricks. I used to improve the first photo of every model in Photoshop to make them look better. You can see photos of each model in my old Brickshelf gallery Here is just a mosaic of cover photos: Enjoy :)