Tom Bricks, on Sep 14 2009, 07:05 PM, said:
Wow great job. this is certainly very detailed. I love the use of the cheese slopes on the front of the engine. Any chance for a pic of the whole train end to end?
Captain Zuloo, on Sep 15 2009, 01:42 AM, said:
*Decides to not enter his loco in category 1 and in category 2 instead*
Great work gcarstensen
, if this doesn't wind up on Classic-Town.net and The Brothers Brick at some point, there is something severely wrong! I love your use of cheese slopes, and is that a few car tyres making up the smoke stack?
Good job mate, and good luck!
good eyes those are tires for smoke stacks
pe668, on Sep 15 2009, 08:02 AM, said:
Very nice work. The 2 wheel pony truck gives plenty of space for some excellent piston design. The carriages are also good, except the green one is not up to the high standard of the others. The carriage bogies look good but with a full stud between the wheels it's not going to roll very well around the tight Lego curves. Speaking of track, 9volt looks so much better with the shiny rail. But alas I'm splitting hairs here, it's an awesome MOC.
actually on the trucks the the middle wheels are taken out of the base or whatever you want to call it and put on the truck through 2 1x1 tenchnic bricks with a pin. this allows the trucks to easily negotiate curves.
join the PF revolution
i will be putting PF in the berk as soon as i get the cash
thanks for all the comments guys
Edited by gcarstensen, 17 September 2009 - 09:44 PM.