Vdog

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  1. Vdog

    [MOC] Aerial Hunter

    This looks excellent. Will you be submitting any Blacktron 2 ideas, into the Out of this World Space Builds! contest on Lego Ideas?
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    Talespin Seaduck

    Hello, Last month I created a moc of the Sunchaser from Ducktales and I got a number of requests to build the Seaduck from Talespin this is my latest moc built using stud.io. Talespin was a great Disney cartoon. This is a Lego version of the Seaduck piloted by Baloo being chased by Don Karnage that I designed. The Seaduck has a 64 stud wingspan, 3 doors, removable seating, and attachment point for Kit to cloud surf from. The Tri-wing Terror is 32 studs wide and has a compartment to store pirate treasure. more images here are some mashup pictures to compare the size of the Seaduck with the Sunchaser. Thanks for visiting! If you like what you see please consider supporting this on Lego Ideas. Seaduck https://ideas.lego.com/projects/9c2f0ba0-3812-4382-b998-a3f380caaf76 Sunchaser https://ideas.lego.com/projects/4a11fada-7c4f-4f45-a3da-4051114f007d
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    [MOC] Duck Tales Sunchaser

    link >>> https://ideas.lego.com/projects/4a11fada-7c4f-4f45-a3da-4051114f007d
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    [MOC] Duck Tales Sunchaser

    @adwind the interior is very basic. another inside shot
  5. "Life is like a hurricane, here in Duck Burg Race cars, lasers, aeroplanes, it's a duck blur Might solve a mystery, or rewrite history Duck Tales (woo oo)” I built the Sunchaser in the style of the 2017 Duck Tales reboot series which is currently on its 3rd season. This Sunchaser moc is comprised of approximately 1400 pieces, and has a wingspan of 64 studs, a length of 63 studs, and a height of 34 bricks. It is minifigure scale, and has seats for 8 in the cockpit deck, which is above the massive cargo bay that comes with a black sedan, further room for minifigures is found in the hidden lounge in the nose of the plane. The back end opens up giving access to the cargo bay and cockpit deck above. The black sedan is 14 studs long and sits 2 minifigures. Thanks for stopping by! I will keep you updated if it is a go ahead to be voted on Lego Ideas
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    [MOC] Pluto’s Christmas Tree

    nice scale
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    [MOC] Rosefinch Keep

    Update, Thanks to all the support for a return of the Wolfpack, we have managed to gain 100 votes in 4 days on Lego Ideas. There is still a long road to 10,000 so if you would like to see the Rosefinch Keep potentially produced as a official set, please share with friends and family. https://ideas.lego.com/projects/98293548-02a7-4898-b333-db3d17f8271e
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    Ruby Roundhouse

    great scale
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    [MOC] Rosefinch Keep

    Hi, here are some closeups of the proposed minifigures. Sir Rosefinch Lady Astrid Squire Hans The Ghost Left Wolfpack guard Right Wolfpack guard Link to Lego Ideas: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/98293548-02a7-4898-b333-db3d17f8271e
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    [MOC] Rosefinch Keep

    Thanks, Wolfpack and forestmen are also favorites of mine. Thanks Thanks, Castles can sometimes fit a train layout
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    Winter Garden

    I like builds in this scale, and you have done a great job here!
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    [MOC] Rosefinch Keep

    I agree, builds with lakes and other natural features, bring life to displays. Using the 1x2 plate makes a better scale visually than 1x2 bricks. I was inspired by the old castle sets that had walls and corners pieces with grey bricks printed on black. Thanks, I kept the Wolfpack torso and legs original but used the modern cloth cape and hood to update them. The new ghost leg piece is great and it was fun to design the white ghost. Thank you, Thanks, Black and medium stone grey is a classic, the slope was to give the roof a little Nordic feel. This MOC has been generating positive reviews on my Instagram @bonobobricks so I entered it on Lego Ideas under the name "Rosefinch Keep". https://ideas.lego.com/projects/98293548-02a7-4898-b333-db3d17f8271e Welcome to Rosefinch Keep the northern stronghold of Sir Rosefinch noble knight of the Wolfpack kingdom. While the Wolfpack was originally advertised as a small faction of rogues, renegades, and bandits; to me growing up they were knights from a distant northern kingdom. The Keep is home to Lady Astrid, Squire Hans and Sir Rosefinch, who is instantly recognizable by the red bird he wears atop his helmet. The Keep is guarded by two strong Wolfpack warriors, and like every good old building is home to a ghost. I designed the Keep out of Black and Medium Stone Grey bricks, reminiscent of classic castle sets. The Keep is located in the northern frontier of the Wolfpack kingdom, and is built upon rocky islands off the shores of a lake, for protection from rival Kingdoms and roaming monsters. The buildings that make up the Keep are connected via stone bridges over the cold water below. The Keep is not just a decorative structure; it is functional too with all rooms accessible for play through moving walls and floors. Reasons why the Rosefinch Keep would make a great LEGO set: 1st The kids who grew up playing with the classic black and grey castle sets, are now Adults with children, and money to spend reliving childhood memories. 2nd The bricks and pieces used to build this set are universally applicable to build multiple alternative MOC’s with for extended play by children and AFOL’s alike. 3rd The size of Rosefinch Keep is just right for a set. It is large enough to fit in among modular buildings. Yet has a small enough part count that keeps the price affordable for regular people not just AFOL’s. 4th Lastly the Wolfpack kingdom deserves to have its story told with their very own full size castle set. Details: Part count 1275 6 Minifigures (1x Sir Rosefinch knight, 2x Wolfpack guards, 1x Lady Astrid, 1x Squire Hans, 1x Ghost) 5 Animals (1x dog, 1x horse, 1x goat, 2x seagulls) 4 Rooms (1x bedroom, 1x armory, 1x kitchen, 1x secret vault) 1 Tree minifigure scale Building was built using Stud.io Minifigures were built using Mecabricks Thank you: Thanks for your support and comments. If you would like to see the Rosefinch Keep become a LEGO set please share with friends and family. https://ideas.lego.com/projects/98293548-02a7-4898-b333-db3d17f8271e
  13. Welcome to Rosefinch Keep the northern stronghold of the Wolfpack kingdom. *Edit changed the name from Wolfpack Keep, to Rosefinch Keep after the knight of the keep, to avoid confusion with another moc. Part count 1275 6 Minifigures (1x Sir Rosefinch knight, 2x Wolfpack guards, 1x Lady Astrid, 1x Squire, 1x Ghost) 5 Animals (1x dog, 1x horse, 1x goat, 2x seagulls) 4 Rooms (1x bedroom, 1x armory, 1x kitchen, 1x secret vault) 1 Tree minifigure scale Building was built using Stud.io Minifigures were built using Mecabricks
  14. Hi, hopefully this is the right section! This Moc is a 3 vs 3 fight titled "Battle of boundary stream" that I built digitally using mecabricks, to test out the rendering capabilities. Trouble is brewing on the frontier and border clashes are growing in frequency. The northern wolfpack kingdom has taken to raiding the border towns in the black falcon kingdom, in retribution for falcon settlers poaching wild game, diverting water, and cutting down forest on the wrong side of the border. Knights of the yellow and black order have been dispatched to guard the border. On this fateful day at the stream that marks the boundary of the two kingdoms, 3 warriors from each side clash in heated combat. Who do you think would win the Wolfpack or the Black Falcons? Instagram profile @bonobobricks