EvilEnderman

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  1. EvilEnderman

    Medieval Knights Cottage

    Hi all, Here is a medieval cottage made out of set 21325. The shape is inspired by the old lego set 3739. The roof opens up to reveal a bed, writing area, and armour stand. The whole top part can lift off to reveal the cozy first floor, complete with wood stockpile for the Light-Brick lit fire, a comfy armchair, and plenty of other supplies. Instructions available on my Rebrickable page.
  2. Back again with another 8 studder, this one being the VW bus featured in the BBC sitcom "The Cleaner", starring Greg Davies. Complete with crime scene clean up kit in the back, accurate decals, and a plethora of SNOT techniques, the free instructions can be downloaded on Rebrickable One of my personal gripes with other LEGO models I've seen with rear wheel spats or "fender skirts" for the americans, is that the rear wheels are recessed by a non insignificant amount compared to the front wheels. My primary aim was to ameliorate this by means of using the half-stud thick panel piece mounted upside-down. Thus, the front and rear wheels are collinear, without sitting too far into the arches. Full photoshoot on my Bricksafe
  3. I've made a V2 of this MOC with 2x BuWizz 2.0, because why not!? https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-155904/EvilEnderman/dual-buwizz-tarmac-shredder-chassis/#details Free instructions for anyone crazy enough to build one See it in action here:
  4. Could it be a possibility for a feature to use the inbuilt accelerometer as a steering stabilisation tool?
  5. EvilEnderman

    Linde Electric Forklift (5 Wide)

    Saw the Lego forklift elements on Stud.io and thought I ought to have a go making a forklift. I recreated the one I'm most familiar with, a Linde forklift which we have at work. Sariel's model scaler was used to get it as close as I could, and I'm really happy with the results. I really want to spray-paint the wheels red at some point too! Instructions and partslist: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-151453/EvilEnderman/linde-electric-forklift/#details The parts aren't too rare, I managed to find all of them for less than 25 quid. For the full photoshoot, see here: https://bricksafe.com/pages/Ender/linde-e16-electric-forklift Cheers lads
  6. EvilEnderman

    Electronic Scales (1:1)

    I'm enjoying trying to build things in 1:1 scale, Previously I built a Micro830 computer I thought i'd go meta, just for a laugh, plus because the tiles for the buttons are the perfect size compared to the real thing! Instructions: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-151197/EvilEnderman/electronic-scales-11/#details Real bricks coming in the post soon, will update when physically built
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    Small scale luxury yacht

    Wanted to do something nautical, as i've been building a considerable amount of cars recently. Inspired by the Princess 49, here is a mini yacht that makes a fantastic desk ornament at work. A taste of luxury, without the price tag! The final result is super sturdy, and mostly studless. Instructions available for download (Premium): https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-150625/EvilEnderman/luxury-yacht/#details
  8. I could stare at this all day, masterful work. The layered panels as stairs, and the transparent panel as the bus stop though...
  9. Id recommend two of the same type motor. Even if you got the BuWizz motor and the L motor running at exactly the same RPM, the torque the different motors produce vs current applied (Torque constant) will be different, so their performance won't be uniform across different loads. As it's drawing more current in the coupled state, I see that as a red flag - seems like the motors are fighting eachother - I'd recommend trying two BuWizz motors instead.
  10. Instructions out on Rebrickable: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-149133/EvilEnderman/rc-reliant-robin-buwizz/#details Inventory doesn't include BuWizz. Does anyone know if there's a proper .dat model of a BuWizz somewhere on this forum? I made a very crude version using PartDesigner to illustrate the concept, but it doesn't look quite right.
  11. I plan to do a trotter's traders Reliant Regal mod of this at some point, just got to order a bunch more yellow panels. I've been tempted to make a Bedford pickup or a japanese Kei truck for a while...
  12. https://bricksafe.com/pages/Ender/reliant-robin-evening-shoot New photos taken in some sunset lighting. Instructions should be online by Sunday.
  13. After a lot of people downloaded my 3 wheeler V8 alternate build of doms charger, I thought i'd keep it on three wheels and build a reliant robin. Powered by BuWizz 2.0 and BuWizz motor, although the gearing pictured will change to 1:1 as I keep tripping the overload thermistor. It's amazing fun, and will very likely tip over if you're not careful! Despite putting stabiliser wheels on it, it still flips over... Free instructions coming on Rebrickable, as well as a proper full length youtube video now I have a proper tripod. #