jackdaw

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  1. [pid][/pid] 253B Hi everyone, I have just updated my Napoleon's La Grande Armée. It contains more than 225 minifigures, including 130 regulars, hussars, grenadiers, artillery men, heavy cuirassiers etc. I hope You'll like it. More photos: jackdaw2211, on Flickr. army10 by jackdaw2211, on Flickr army4 by jackdaw2211, on Flickr
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    La grande armeé

    Hi everybody, I have recently upgraded and extended my collection of Lego Napoleon's army. It's made strictly from original Lego (or Brickarms) pieces. I hope you'll enjoy it and maybe find some inspiration! My gallery: http://www.flickr.co...s/65531710@N03/
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    Napoleon's Grande Armée updated

    Thanks to all supporters, here is my new attempt to create a "Régiment de Carabiniers de la Garde impériale". Carabiniers by Ondrej Kafka, on Flickr
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    Napoleon's Grande Armée updated

    A2 by Ondrej Kafka, on Flickr A4 by Ondrej Kafka, on Flickr A3 by Ondrej Kafka, on Flickr
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    Napoleon's Grande Armée updated

    3eme_Hussards by Ondřej Kafka, on Flickr
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    18th Mansion..

    Wow, very nice. So many great details!
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    Napoleon's Grande Armée updated

    20160112_143331 by Ondřej Kafka, on Flickr 20160112_143331a by Ondřej Kafka, on Flickr 20160112_143331v by Ondřej Kafka, on Flickr 20160112_143331c by Ondřej Kafka, on Flickr
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    Napoleon's Grande Armée updated

    Hi everyone, I finally managed to complete the diorama of the Waterloo battle. Next Year there will be the 200th anniversary of this last Napoleon's battle. The diorama is 130 nods wide, 104 nods long, contains 320 soldiers and 86 horses, of course everything built strictly from LEGO and Brickarms bricks and parts. Enjoy and don't forget to visit my Flickr stream to see more photos! Thanks! Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815 by jackdaw2211, on Flickr Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815 by jackdaw2211, on Flickr Battle of Waterloo, 18 June 1815 by jackdaw2211, on Flickr
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    Battle of Rorke's Drift, January 22, 1879

    Simply stunning! I particularly like the terrain and the overall color scheme.
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    Napoleon's Grande Armée updated

    Thanks a lot. My intention is to create a large scene of the battle of Waterloo, with LEGO terrain and everything, but that is going to take a lot of time... I hope nobody is dissapointed, because my British army is much smaller then the French at this time. Thanks! I tried only to keep the same distance between each minifigure, no baseplate or ruler was needed.
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    Napoleon's Grande Armée updated

    Thanks, I admire your customization skills and sense for details!
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    Napoleon's Grande Armée updated

    Thanks everyone for the positive reactions! I really appreciate it. Actually, I didn't do any customization (except the custom Brickarms bayonets and the drummers' mallets which is a stick divided into two parts). I have tried to use only original Lego parts in best available quality, no paper, sticks, etc. I am going to post some photos of the British Duke Wellingtons' army soon.
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    Royal Frigates

    108D Hi, I'd like to share my latest creation: two Royal Frigates, each equipped with 18 cannons. I hope you'll like it. Photos: http://www.flickr.co...s/65531710@N03/
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    La grande armeé

    Many thanks for all the positive reactions. It is a great motivation for me to continue.
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    La grande armeé

    Hi, Captain Becker is right - it is the hat of the new royal guard (http://images4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20110506111122/lego/images/e/e2/RoyalGuardHR.jpg).
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    La grande armeé

    My photos on the frontpage of classic-pirates.com? Wow, it seems this army has won its first battle! I am glad you like it, thanks! Thank you! When it comes to bluecoats, I would spend my last penny.
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    Dutch Red Lancers

    That's a fantastic job! All the datails are really stunning. I also build a napoleonic army (La grande armee), but I am using only lego and brickarms parts. It's a different strategy - of course I cannot gain that level of details you have. Have you considered to change the heads and hands collor profile from yellow to light flesh? Maybe your army would look even more realistic. But again, thank you for the great work and inspiration! My gallery: http://www.flickr.com/photos/65531710@N03/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/65531710@N03/5966032519/in/photostream
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    Napoleon's La grande armée

    I have recently finished my Napoleon's La grande armée. It contains some new solutions, so I hope you'll like it! http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=452118
  19. Ooops, I am afraid that one consequence can be a lower price of TLG products in the future, but this will affect the quality as well...
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    BrickArms Musket Prototype

    Thank you for the good news!
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    BrickArms Musket Prototype

    Its perfect. I wonder when the bayonets will be finally available. It's been more then one year since the first prototype has been released... I will order at least 100 immediately :)
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    The Battle of Willow's Creek

    Nice creation. Can someone tell me, where these bayonets are available?? It is still not possible to buy them at brickarms, but many people use them in their MOCs. Thanks for reply.