Leonardo da Bricki

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About Leonardo da Bricki

  • Birthday 03/17/1997

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    Washington State

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    The U.S. of A.
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  1. Leonardo da Bricki

    Hummer H1 Wagon

    Nice build! Personally, I would be worried about hard coupling the thin tan gears with the XL-motors. I tried that once, and had to order new gears...
  2. Leonardo da Bricki

    [MOC] Tatra T815 1:20

    Great little Tatra, it has a clean and, dare I say, rather elegant design. I'm hoping for a video from the competition, good luck to you!
  3. Leonardo da Bricki

    Mclaren 570s - Bugatti B Model

    Dang! This is a masterpiece! You guys nailed the rear lights! Knowing this is a B-model just takes it to another level.
  4. Leonardo da Bricki

    [GBW - CP7] Toohati - There Is No Escape! Or Is There...?

    Thank you, judges! You have no idea how hard it was to design those little vehicles... I spent more time on the one tank then the whole terrain.
  5. I saw the video a few days ago, and was looking for this topic to show up! It's a great MOD, I personally like the expedition version the most!
  6. Beautiful MOD (?), I love the color combo you used! The blue really pops, and it adds spectacular flair! What gear ratio did you use? I'm guessing 12/20 and then a diff. Any way you did, it has great performance!
  7. Leonardo da Bricki

    [MOC] Dakar Truck

    Dang! she's a beauty! Awesome MOC in a massive scale, Lucio! Even though it doesn't have many functions, it is a great build! All it needs is a winch on that bumper.
  8. Leonardo da Bricki

    [WIP] Liebherr LTM11200 crane

    That's one heck of an UPdate! (I like puns, sorry. ) I will maybe be able to get the parts to build this insane model in about 10 years... Amazing work, it's hard to believe that boom can support itself like that.
  9. CAMPAIGN 6 -- TOOHATI Location: Outside Army Base Oscar, in Xenor Recent satellite images showed a convoy preparing to leave Oscar Army base. It's cargo: believed to be Toohati POWs. Specters 1 and 2 were launched to intercept, and hopefully bring back all POWs, alive and well. [GBW-CP7] Specter 1 "This Specter 1, do you copy? Moving into position, the convoy is in sight." [GBW-CP7] Convoy [GBW-CP7] Specter 2 "Specter 2 copies. Confirm visual." [GBW-CP7] "Engaging..." "Beginning attack run. Confirmed target is here." [GBW-CP7] Fire 1! "One down, acquiring secondary target..." [GBW-CP7] "Acquiring Target..." [GBW-CP7] Fire 2! "No more armed hostiles. Specter 2, you are cleared to move in." [GBW-CP7] Specter 2 Inbound "Cover my approach. Don't need a surprise." "Got your back, Specter 2." [GBW-CP7] Cover Me! [GBW-CP7] Touchdown! "Team deployed.. Wait one... Woohoo! The POWs are here, we're bringing them aboard!" _________________________________________________________________________________________ Micro-scale is really a great way to depict battles. It's so much easier to deliver a detailed fight scene this way! Hope you guys like it as much as I do. Feel free to give C&C! And the overview shot. For the judges.
  10. Leonardo da Bricki

    [GBW - Media] - Toohati - An Unexpected Loss

    Thanks guys! At the judges: I don't have a huge collection, so it can be hard to build larger. I do the best I can though. I did try to take an overall shot, but because the build is just the floor and wall, it leaves an ugly gap on each side where a lot of the background shows. I didn't like that, so I opted for this photo.
  11. Leonardo da Bricki

    [MOC] Caterpillar D11T Dozer

    Incredible model! It's appearance is fantastic, one of the best I've ever seen, AND it has all the proper working functions! One the track tensioner, is the sprocket sliding on the gray part, or is the gray part sliding backwards with it?
  12. Leonardo da Bricki

    [WIP] Baby Bugatti

    Your methods of shaping models never ceases to amaze me. You have a great ability to give your models excellent curvature and contouring without using flexaxles.
  13. Leonardo da Bricki

    [MOC] CAT 914k

    This is what Lego Technic should be. I'd pay good money to buy this MOC (if it was a set) from a store. Truly an excellent build!
  14. Leonardo da Bricki

    How your building style has changed

    For me, I started out with a small collection (which has grown exponentially) and I learned through building other people's MOCs. I did a good bit of my own building, but it was almost never finished since I was too concerned with the aesthetics and realistic functions, and I could never find the balance I needed. Now, I have a lot more experience, and my models are improving a good deal. I have figured out how to balance functions/aesthetics in a model, by choosing a few of the most distinctive parts to be included. However, I now have a job and am going to college, so it takes much more time for me to get anywhere on one of my projects than I like.
  15. Wow. Great appearance so far, I can't wait to see the finished product. Are you planning to close some of the gaps in the hood? Maybe it's just me, but the gaps are at odds with the totally paneled doors. Just a little bit.