Wurger49

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  1. Thank you, the top of the bow is the forecastle, well, pretend to be as it's hollow inside, the bowsprit is sitting on the beak. I am trying to change the figurehead, but don't think I still design a better one than bowser's head, I don't want to use the turtle blue wizard. thank you! the green and the printed tiles look great thank you! thank you, I am working to lengthen the beak of the ship at the moment.
  2. Thank you, I have used up all the hull parts from the 2 sets, except for one bow piece. I think I stretched out the hull length as much as I could using the pieces from the official set. Thank you, no interior, just a shell.
  3. thank you guys, the clearance prices really helped! Hi @Mister PhesI realised I posted didn't post this in the MOC subforum, can you please change? Thank you
  4. I wanted to build a bigger pirate ship from the Bowser's Airship 71391 the moment it was announced, other expenses occurred and that was put on the back burner. However, when Australian Kmart put them on clearance at $69 AUD each, I had to jump and bought 2 sets for me, 1 set for my boy. I am still working on the different arrangements of the sails and decks, I think the hull, forecastle and aftcastle is pretty much done. Any suggestions and comments are welcome! Pirate Ship Minotaur, 2 x Super Mario Bowser's Airship 71391 by Richard Yao, on Flickr Pirate Ship Minotaur, 2 x Super Mario Bowser's Airship 71391 by Richard Yao, on Flickr Pirate Ship Minotaur, 2 x Super Mario Bowser's Airship 71391 by Richard Yao, on Flickr
  5. thanks guys, the original LEGO set is very stubby, though the designer is bound by piece count and price; New Length is 55cm, width remained 15cm including shields, 13.5cm without shields.
  6. Another year of LEGO bringing back a classic theme on the large Creator 3-in-1 set, this time is the 31132 Viking Ship and the Midgard Serpent; I decided to upgrade the ship into a proper Longship using only parts from two 31132 sets. The bow and stern of the ship remained the same, I loved the SNOT techniques that created the keel and the dragon figure head and tail. The mid-section is lengthened to eight 1x4 Palisade bricks with one 1x2 Palisade brick in the middle for the mast. This allows for all 8 different shields onto hang on the side of the ship, the last shields are two studs closer to the ends of the ship compare to the original. The mast is made taller with the brick sail made wider to 13 alternating red and white stripes. The rigging using flexible hoses are a bit challenging to be taut with the spacings of the new lengthen, have to rig it on the opposite handle of the steering wheel. The covered area has been extended to the back of the mast, providing covering for the dinning area and two cows. I didn’t even open up the 7th bag for the serpent, and this upgrade MOD has many pieces left, I will hopefully have enough to build a blacksmith. LEGO Creator Viking Ship 31132 Upgrade to a Longship by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Creator Viking Ship 31132 Upgrade to a Longship by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Creator Viking Ship 31132 Upgrade to a Longship by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Creator Viking Ship 31132 Upgrade to a Longship by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Creator Viking Ship 31132 Upgrade to a Longship by Richard Yao, on Flickr
  7. I have realised that the legs are 3 sections instead of 2, so I have updated the model to reflect that. The laser gun mount has also being updated. Star Wars 501st AT-RT Walker V1.1 75280 by Richard Yao, on Flickr Star Wars 501st AT-RT Walker V1.1 75280 by Richard Yao, on Flickr Star Wars 501st AT-RT Walker V1.1 75280 by Richard Yao, on Flickr Star Wars 501st AT-RT Walker V1.1 75280 by Richard Yao, on Flickr
  8. Very late in doing these MODs, Australia didn't have any stock for 501st Battle Pack for much of 2021, finally got two 75280s on my hands via a seller in Germany, shipping took ages due to Covid. I rebuilt the BARC Speeder and AT-RT to be more screen accurate and closer to scale. I also started to use Studio to reverse engineer my builds digitally so I can generate instructions. https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-92197/wurger49/501st-clone-barc-speeder-and-at-rt-only-pieces-from-75280/#details LEGO Star Wars 75280 501st Clone BARC Speeder and AT-RT Upgrade Alternate Build MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Star Wars 75280 501st Clone BARC Speeder and AT-RT Upgrade Alternate Build MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Star Wars 75280 501st Clone BARC Speeder and AT-RT Upgrade Alternate Build MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Star Wars 75280 501st Clone BARC Speeder and AT-RT Upgrade Alternate Build MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Star Wars 75280 501st Clone BARC Speeder and AT-RT Upgrade Alternate Build MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Star Wars 75280 501st Clone BARC Speeder and AT-RT Upgrade Alternate Build MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Star Wars 75280 501st Clone BARC Speeder and AT-RT Upgrade Alternate Build MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Star Wars 75280 501st Clone BARC Speeder and AT-RT Upgrade Alternate Build MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Star Wars 75280 501st Clone BARC Speeder and AT-RT Upgrade Alternate Build MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Star Wars 75280 501st Clone BARC Speeder and AT-RT Upgrade Alternate Build MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Star Wars 75280 501st Clone BARC Speeder and AT-RT Upgrade Alternate Build MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr
  9. Wurger49

    [MOD] 76239 Batmobile Tumbler Roof Update

    Yeah, you won't regret it. The official set is better than the MOCs out there in this scale.
  10. Wurger49

    [MOD] 76239 Batmobile Tumbler Roof Update

    Thank you. For the flaps, they look good to me, the gold connectors are very strong, I can’t think of any other way to attach the the flaps.
  11. The LEGO 76239 Batmobile Tumbler: Scarecrow Showdown is a great model that doesn’t break the bank to buy and doesn’t take up too much space inside a home. Using the pieces I have on hand, I changed the roof plates so it’s closer to the original design, the official roof design just has too many studs compare to the rest of the body. I have also removed the stud shooters next to the front wheels. Extra Pieces Required: 2 x 61409 Black Slope 18 2 x 1 x 2/3 with 4 Slots 1 x 3023 Black Plate 1 x 2 1 x 3020 Black Plate 2 x 4 1 x 43722 Black Wedge, Plate 3 x 2 Right 1 x 43723 Black Wedge, Plate 3 x 2 Left 2 x 2431 Black Tile 1 x 4 2 x 27263 Black Tile, Modified Facet 2 x 2 Corner with Cut Corner 2 x 63864 Black Tile 1 x 3 LEGO 76239 Batmobile Tumbler MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO 76239 Batmobile Tumbler MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO 76239 Batmobile Tumbler MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO 76239 Batmobile Tumbler MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO 76239 Batmobile Tumbler MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO 76239 Batmobile Tumbler MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO 76239 Batmobile Tumbler MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO 76239 Batmobile Tumbler MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO 76239 Batmobile Tumbler MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO 76239 Batmobile Tumbler MOD by Richard Yao, on Flickr
  12. thank you, never thought I could squeeze so much articulation into one small model.
  13. Thank you! You would have all the pieces if you have two 31120 castle sets.
  14. My first modification of the dragon turns out to be a wyvern, what I thought to be front legs on the wings are just clawed wrists of their wings, dragons have four legs that are independent from its wings. Three plates are the distance required so the wings and front legs on ball joints do not interfere with each other, I used a green 2x4 plate plus two dark tan 1x2 plates to build up the torso that has eight ball joint plates. I made the front legs shorter and slimmer by removing the large 1x3x2 arch and using the just the smaller green slope, with two flower plates as support. I changed how the single claw is attached on the wing wrist by using black brackets, the dark green open clip tile sticks out too much. The expanded wingspan and longer tail balanced out this four-legged fire-breathing dragon. I love this brick-built dragon, the same ball jointed torso design idea can be applied to many other animals. In the latest version I have added two more ball joints to the wings, added plates to reinforce the joints and wings. There are now 10 ball joints and 9 bar joints on this dragon! The wing joints allow the wings to have many different angles and sweeps: - Gull Wing - Inverted gull wing - M-wing - W-wing Exploded Views Photos Below: LEGO Creator Medieval Castle Dragon 31120 by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Creator Medieval Castle Dragon 31120 by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Creator Medieval Castle Dragon 31120 by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Creator Medieval Castle Dragon 31120 by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Creator Medieval Castle Dragon 31120 by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Creator Medieval Castle Dragon 31120 by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Creator Medieval Castle Dragon 31120 by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Creator Medieval Castle Dragon 31120 by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Creator Medieval Castle Dragon 31120 by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Creator Medieval Castle Dragon 31120 by Richard Yao, on Flickr LEGO Creator Medieval Castle Dragon 31120 by Richard Yao, on Flickr