A_Goodman

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  1. A_Goodman

    Star Trek USS Enterprise

    Is there anyone out there interested in more Star Trek Builds? Federation Starship USS Enterprise by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr
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    A Skirmish at North Bridge

    Oh, hahah happy to give it
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    A Skirmish at North Bridge

    I initially wasn't going to post this one but I thought I would do it just for you. A Skirmish at North Bridge (Extra) by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr Also, I have to say I totally agree with you about the weakness of the trees but based on the painting the build was inspired by I like to think that the early Spring trees experienced an extra rough New England Winter that year. I greatly appreciate the comments. Cheers!
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    A Skirmish at North Bridge

    A Skirmish at North Bridge April 18th, 1775 British Redcoats engage in a firefight with local Militia on the outskirts of Concord. This small battle marks the first day of the American Revolution. (I figured as the Revolutionary War took place during the Age of Sail this was a good forum for this build) A Skirmish at North Bridge by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr A Skirmish at North Bridge: Redcoats by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr A Skirmish at North Bridge: Mlitia by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr
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    [MOC] The Fall of the Aztec Empire: Part II

    Thank you so much that is so greatly appreciated
  6. Part II: ‘The Serendipitous Gift of Language‘ On the Island of Cozumel, Cortés and his forces readied to set out for the mainland of Mexico. It was March 12th, 1519 and the conquest of the New World was about to begin. As they prepared to leave, a canoe was seen approaching the island from the mainland. A Captain named Andrés de Tapia was dispatched to investigate the strangers. The canoe was manned by several indigenous people but as it reached the shore only one stepped on to the beach. In shaky spanish the stranger asked Tapia “Brothers, are you Christians?” The man was a Spanish priest, named Jerónimo de Aguilar, and he had been shipwrecked 8 years earlier in 1511. During his time on the Yucatan this man had become fluent in various native languages. Cortés immediately employed Aguilar as his interpreter and it would be this ability to communicate that would grant Cortés his first advantage vital to the success of his expedition. The Fall of the Aztec Empire: Part II The Serendipitous Gift of Language by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr The Fall of the Aztec Empire: Part II (Full Build) by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr
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    [MOC] Homeric Galley

    Thank you so much i greatly appreciate it
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    [MOC] Homeric Galley

    Here is my take on a Minifigure Scale Ancient Greek Homeric Galley. A predecessor to the Bireme and the more widely known Trireme, the Homeric Galley was a rowed warship that sailed the Aegean Sea around the 12th century BC. This ship specifically is based off of the Epic Poem The Odyssey and its protagonist, Odysseus' ship. Homeric Galley by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr Homeric Galley by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr Homeric Galley by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr
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    [MOC] These aren't the droids you're looking for

    Oh i would have to guess north of 3,000 that ground is covered in tan 1x1s. Thank you everybody
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    [MOC] HOMER'S ILIAD

    Updated with part 2
  11. I love the green blades for the foliage. great build
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    [MOC] HOMER'S ILIAD

    Thank you very much
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    [MOC] HOMER'S ILIAD

    Introducing a continuing LEGO series spanning the Trojan War of Achilles, Agamemnon, Hector and Paris to the decade long journey of Odysseus through the mythical Aegean Sea. I hope you enjoy my interpretation of Homer's Epic Poems. I also hope you learn a little bit about one of history's first incredible adventures. Homer's Iliad by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr The Warlord Achilles and his Myrmidons. Achilles and his fearsome Myrmidon Soldiers hailed from Phthia in the Northwestern Aegean Sea. It is a disagreement between Achilles and the Mycenaean King Agamemnon that serves as the primary storyline of the Iliad. Acilles and his Myrmidons by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr
  14. Thank you everyone for all the kind words. Its a model ship technique printing on tissue paper. Its actually very simple and the results aren't too bad
  15. My entry for Category B of Challenge III I hope all are well