Here are a few of my MOCs. Designed in LDD - built in ABS.
Donald Duck & Co. I just love challenge of getting a look or expression with just a few pieces. I’m particularly happy with Goofy’s look.
R2D2 & C3PO
Well, nothing much to say. C3PO isn’t so good, but was the best I could do considering the scale. Special thanks to Ras74 for lending me a few of the pieces.
Stena Bulk Ship
Stena P-Max. A Stena Bulk ship in the P-series. http://www.stenabulk...-concept/P-MAX/
Stena Jutlandia. On traffic between Fredrikshavn, Denmark and Göteborg, Sweden. http://www.ship-tech...images/jut1.jpg
Volvo Aero MY Radial Engine / Bristol Pegasus – License manufactured from Bristol Ltd starting 1936. Used in Fairly Swordfish among other planes. The propeller is a Volvo Aero propeller from 1941. The engine is built to scale with one exception, the original had 9 cylinders, which turned out to be to much of a challenge to do in Lego, so I cheated a bit and settled for 8.
Mack Cruiseliner 1975
4-stud wide 1975 Mack Cruiseliner in two different colors schemes. Oh yes, the inverted cheese slopes are built with legal building technique. It took me a while to figure it out. Others have probably done it before me, but it always a reward to figure things out for yourself.
Volvo Historic Vehicles
Volvos first truck, the LV72 from 1932 and first bus LV70B from 1932
Lego color chart
Don’t know if this classifies as a MOC, but here it is. It was a lot of work with all the tiny stickers, but I think it was worth it in the end.
Lazzara LSX75 with Quad Volvo Penta IPS 600 Engine installation. Built to scale. The original has a price tag of around 4 Million dollars. Lego is cheaper.
My contribution to the EB 2010 event.
Some small changes that I think make the DC3 much more realistic.
Edited by Rufus, 02 July 2011 - 11:59 AM.