Leonardo da Bricki

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  • Birthday 03/17/1997

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  1. Leonardo da Bricki

    [MOC] Kverneland FastBale - Non stop Haybaler

    I am simply in awe of your build... That is a genius-level of Lego Technic engineering design, my friend. I can't even imagine the time and effort that have been put into this epic baler. You have my deepest respect.
  2. Oh man... Stuff like this makes me wish I had more time for my Lego... Absolutely stunning job. Well worth the time and effort that went into it. I can't wait for the finished product and the instructions, for no other reason than to admire the suspension still more.
  3. Leonardo da Bricki

    [MOC] McLaren 720S

    Oh man... You just made the most beautiful Lego version of my dream car... I will have to buy the instructions for the first time in my life... I need this masterpiece. Do you have more photos of the bare chassis? And I would like the ubiquitous belly shot. And... I hope someday Lego will make all the parts I need to build this beauty in purple...
  4. Leonardo da Bricki

    Ingmar Spijkhoven Passed Away

    One of the greats has been lost, may he rest in peace. My condolences to all who knew him.
  5. Leonardo da Bricki

    M-20 Neon Strider

    This is most definitely the right place to show this! That is an awesome build! ... But the sci-forum does need some love, so I'd say post it there as well. And I can't believe you have 8 of those pistons! How did you get them all?!
  6. Leonardo da Bricki

    [MOC ]90's Honda NSX - Instructions now available!

    I was actually admiring this same car in a parking lot yesterday, and I have to say that this is excellent representation of it. Plenty of details, and all the lines look really good.
  7. Leonardo da Bricki

    42110 - Land Rover Defender

    @I_Igor The only reason I dislike it is that it's not a color that would ever be used in Technic again. Dark azure came in plenty of sets, but this one... I don't think so. And for it to be useful, you need lots of parts in a color, and there doesn't seem to be much variety here.
  8. Leonardo da Bricki

    42110 - Land Rover Defender

    I haven't seen photos in this topic, but maybe I missed them somewhere... Either way, The Lego Car Blog has a lovely photo of this set, plus a brief description of it. https://thelegocarblog.com/2019/06/22/42110-technic-land-rover-defender-set-preview/ I have to say, I'm disappointed in the color... Olive green?! C'mon Lego, really?! I mean, that's literal color*BARF* ... New mudguard is interesting, and so are the new rims and new tires (?). Mostly just want to know about the internals...
  9. Leonardo da Bricki

    Articulated truck question

    You can do 45deg with a U-joint, but the CV-joint is maxed at about 30deg. I'd recommend designing custom hubs to fit a U-joint in the middle in order to get the results you're looking for.
  10. Leonardo da Bricki

    Articulated truck question

    My friend, trial and error is all that will lead to you to the answer. Depending on what you build, and how it is designed, it will either work beautifully, or be a total failure. You are the only person who will find out, by building your own design.
  11. Leonardo da Bricki

    [MOC] Dacoma 4x4 Redux

    It's just something that he does... Some deep secret, only masters can achieve this level of building... @Madoca 1977 This is an excellent build, with some amazing functions. You never cease to amaze me. Welcome back! And thanks for the instructions! I was already planning to spend my evening pouring over the photos, hoping to reverse-engineer it, then I saw the link to the instructions...
  12. Leonardo da Bricki

    Tiger 4 x 4 x 4

    My eyes are watering... Excellent model, that articulation is wonderfully huge. Add in the speed, and this is just good old fun. EDIT: Just finished the video... Was that a wheelie?!
  13. Leonardo da Bricki

    [WIP] ARMADILLO-Climber Model D Off-Road RV

    That all sounds good, BUT... I know that you are going to need to increase the ratios, even with 2 XL-motors, they will not be able to drive the truck with a 1:1 ratio. It is simply too large. I'd start with the 1:3 ratio, and add another lower one.
  14. Leonardo da Bricki

    [WIP] Audi S3 quattro 1:12 RC - finished

    That's too bad the suspension wasn't working out. On a larger model, you could have had room for one of the air tanks, to provide constant pressure for a good while. I am voting to increase the wheelbase by 1-2 studs. It's not a huge difference, and shouldn't affect the model noticeably. Best of luck!
  15. Leonardo da Bricki

    [WIP] ARMADILLO-Climber Model D Off-Road RV

    Wow, that is an impressive model, it looks amazing! However, from my own experiences, I have a couple things to say: 1. I do not think that 8 hard shock absorbers will support the System-built body, especially in the rear, where they are placed vertically. 2. What is the gearing ratio you are planning to use? XL-motors are quite powerful, but even they will have a hard time with this model. Just some advice, take or leave it, and always enjoy learning from the build!