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  1. Hello again everybody! Here is another smull hull boat called "Dragon of the Black Seas". The name was given by the yellow figurehead dragon, and the flagship it is serving (the Black Seas Barracuda 6285). It is a fast attack and capure vessel that usually accompanies its larger flagship. Colors and design elements were chosen to make it look like an additional playset for the original classic pirates theme. The boat also features a rotating cannon mounted on its bow. Have a good start into the new week! ~ Chris
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    [MOC] The "Caribbean Ribbit" (small hull boat)

    Hello again, and thank you for your comments! I am glad you like the litte boat. Be sure to expect more of these. Of course I am aware of Classic Pirates. But unfortunately I do not have a facebook account, so I gladly accept your assistance for posting the images there. Thank you and see you soon! ~ Chris
  3. Hello everybody! This is my first topic started in the pirates section, and I hope everything will be fine. My main interest are playsets from the "classic" pirate era started in the year 1989 (and goes until 1997 in my pirate world). This is why I like to create additional playsets that resemble the style of this era. I am happy to introduce the "Caribbean Ribbit" to you. It's a small supply ship that goes along the larger "Caribbean Clipper" (set 6274). It features comparable design elements to suit well as a playset for the other sets of the series. It features also a full rotating cannon. As figurehead a small yellow frog was used (yellow animals are somewhat rare to find) which also gave the vessel its name. Thank you for your time, and have a great day! I am glad to be here! ~ Chris
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    Help indentifing

    Hello! Most parts are from set 21205: Battel Towers. It looks like it had been manually expanded with more elements. Cheers, Chris
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    15 years of Brickville (my Lego city)

    Hello! The shelf behind your town layout on the fourth image looks still pretty empty. With a layout that large I would have guessed it's filled up with brick boxes. Cheers, Chris
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    [MOC] Racer 42

    Hello there! A real combination of strength and endurance! I like the two-seated cockpit. And you managed to make the color scheme of yellow/red looking good (which is one of the most difficult combinations in my eyes). Cheers, Chris
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    Along the coral road

    Hello! That's a very harmonic look of a foreign planets plant life! It's always difficult to design shapes and colours in your mind to give it the right space touch. You did perfectly fine here! Cheers, Chris
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    [MOC] boat spaceship

    Hello! A very original and unconventional part use! I like it when this works and turns out really well. In particular, it's quite smooth how the large golden weapon pieces slide between the fins of the boat hull. Cheers, Chris
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    [MOC] Space Champions - Xenon X2-Craft

    Hello! I like that the classic space spirit is kept alive here while we are still waiting for a new proper space theme. Good job! Cheers, Chris
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    Billy Goat's Steamboat

    Hello! What a lovely boat! It immediately brings you back to your Fabuland memories. Very clever construction of Fabuland-styled shapes and forms! Cheers, Chris
  11. Hello again, and thank you for your comments! Of course instructions are available as usually. We're just waiting until the BrickShelf gallery with the instructions has been moderared... Meanwhile you can drop me a personal message and I will send you a file with the instructions. Cheers, Chris
  12. Hello everybody! It's been a while since my last creative input here, my apologies. Thus I am very happy to share something with you again. Besides mini model building, I am also a great fan of alternate building with the 3in1 Creator sets. These often come with a great parts variety and are a great source of inspiration. I very much like building alternate models with the whole parts of these sets to go beyond the official builing proposals, but not so this time! Today I would like to show you what can be done with the leftover pieces once you built one of the official building proposals. The set 31066 Space Shuttle Explorer was released in the year 2017 and unfortunately already disappeared from the market. However it is still widely available via online shopping. The set contains 274 pieces plus 12 extra parts, and has instructions for 3 main models: Space Shuttle (no leftover pieces) Surface Station (97 leftover pieces) 6-wheeled Rover (127 leftover pieces) Looking at the big number of leftover pieces, a new idea comes to mind: Additional models from the leftover pieces instead of new alternate models! The idea was to create an entire small space theme becasue there was none in the year 2017. Of course this entire project seems meaningless with regards towards the new official city space theme released in the new catalogue 2019. But I will share the general idea with you anyway. Image 1: Primary model - Space shuttle, no leftovers. Image 2: Secondary Model - Surface Station, 97 leftover pices! Image 3: Space Hopper built from the leftover pieces of the official surface station model. Image 4: Space Hopper and Surface Station. Image 5: Secondary Model - 6-wheeled Rover, 127 leftover pices! Image 6: Communications Antenna built from the leftover pieces of the official Rover model. Image 7: Communications Antenna and Rover. Image 8: The complete space theme consisting of 3x set 31066. So when you build a different model besides the primary model, have a look at the leftover pieces, there's lots of potential in them! Have a good time and happy building! ~ Chris
  13. Hello again, and thank you very much fopr the kind comments! This shows me my intention was successful. That's exactly my mission with these creator alternatives. To build the unexpected out of it. Cheers, ~ Christopher
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    MINI Y-Wing Starfighter

    Hello everybody! It's been a while since my last Star Wars mini model has been posted here, thus I think it's time that we move along. Today I'd like to share an Y-Wing Starfighter with you. Due to the complicated engine fuselage, this is a particular hard to build model with increasing difficulty the smaller you get by maintaining all details. I hope you will enjoy the following images. See you soon with more new mini models! Cheers, Christopher
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    (SK MOC) Beluga Whales

    Hello! Very realistic modeling of those whales! What impresses me most is the motion you can see in the tail and fin. It was very clever to build two of them, each of them exactly in the turning point of forward propelling position of tail and fin. This way you can really "see" them swimming forwards. Cheers, Christopher