klockizbroda

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  1. klockizbroda

    [MOC][LEGO Ideas] The Modular Knight's Castle

    I am familiar with Michael's project and yes - the way that the battlements look in my castle was inspired by his design. I mentioned that in a video that I posted on YT almost a year ago where I first described my project (link below - I know it's in Polish (never had time to translate it, sorry), but there is an English description that credits Michael's idea) and even tagged him in my Instagram posts where I also first showed my castle (also mentioning about the inspiration). But apart from the similarities in how the battlements look, the rest of the project is my original work and I think the basic design assumptions of his and mine castles are quite different. Anyway, @Micheal Kalkwarf if you consider this similarity an issue, please let me know and I will withdraw my project from LEGO Ideas right away. When I was designing this set, I never considered it a way to get any profits out of it. My original goal was to create something fun for my little nephew to play with and then share it with the community so that maybe LEGO makes a set that other kids can enjoy as well. For now I am adding a note to the idea description about the inspiration regarding the battlements design. (EDIT: Turns out that because of the LEGO Ideas restrictions, I will not be able to do this in next 25 days. I will however add the note as soon as I can.) Link to my video:
  2. Hello, Some of you might have already seen this thanks to @leafan's thread on Historical/Castle projects currently posted on LEGO Ideas (thanks again for sharing!). My latest entry - The Modular Knight's Castle is my humble attempt to bring back the good old Castle back on the shop shelves. It consists of six basic types of modules that allow you to rearrange your castle fairly quickly and easily. Some of the modules like the walls and the main gate consist of hinged segments to provide good flexibility in terms of shaping the castle as well. I have tried to make it as playable as I could by including features such as a working portcullis and a drawbridge operated with a windlass. There is also a lot of space to place your knights on top of the walls and battlements and inside the towers. A siege tower with a folded bridge is also included in the set to add even more playability . The entire build (as well as each and every one of the modules of course) is very sturdy - the castle is actually used by a six years old for almost a year now, and still remains intact (can't say the same about some of the knights unfortunately ). If you want to read more about the project and maybe fancy supporting me on my quest, you can find it in here: The Modular Knight's Castle Thanks! The Modular Knight's Castle by Michał Piotrewicz, on Flickr The Modular Knight's Castle by Michał Piotrewicz, on Flickr The Modular Knight's Castle by Michał Piotrewicz, on Flickr The Modular Knight's Castle by Michał Piotrewicz, on Flickr The Modular Knight's Castle by Michał Piotrewicz, on Flickr The Modular Knight's Castle by Michał Piotrewicz, on Flickr The Modular Knight's Castle by Michał Piotrewicz, on Flickr
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    Lego Ideas Support Thread - Historical/Castle

    I was just about to post about my modular castle idea on the forum, when I stumbled upon this topic and noticed that I'm already too late Thanks so much for sharing! Indeed a lot of great historical/castle ideas have been posted on LEGO Ideas recently. Hope at least some of them will make it to the shelves!
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    [MOC] Santa's Space Sleigh

    Happy New Year good people, and thanks for all your comments! Sorry I'm replying so late, but I have been busy recently with my next project. Anyway, I'm really glad you guys like this MOC I used SAVAGE Widetone background paper for this. Ocean Blue as far as I remember.
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    [MOC] Santa's Space Sleigh

    Hi, Just wanted to share my little Christmas MOC with you. Santa's Space Sleigh built and maintained by a squad of his little helpers A powerful machine that runs on milk and cookies (so it's 100% bio-fueled). Also equipped with a chocolate chips afterburner All presents are guaranteed to be delivered on time! I hope you'll enjoy it! Santa's Space Sleigh take two. by Michał Piotrewicz, on Flickr Santa's Space Sleigh take two. by Michał Piotrewicz, on Flickr Santa's Space Sleigh take two. by Michał Piotrewicz, on Flickr Santa's Space Sleigh take two. by Michał Piotrewicz, on Flickr
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    [MOC] The Old School Caravan Trip

    Haha Small world I guess. Yes, from what I know it is polyester. It had to be light because it was specifically designed to be towed by the mentioned 24bhp aircooled roaring (or rather caughing ) beast that the Fiat 126p was. I was actually pretty shocked when I recently discovered that they are still producing it (in a substantially updated form of course). A big thank you to all of you for your kind words! In case you are interested, I have prepared a video instructions for this build. You can find it on my Youtube channel: Parts inventory and PDF instructions are available from Rebrickable.com: https://rebrickable.com/users/klockizbroda/mocs/
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    [MOC] The Old School Caravan Trip

    Thank you, I'm really glad you like it! It was exactly my intention to make it look a little cartoonish. Also, it kind of reminds me the way people (or at least those lucky enough) went on caravaning trips in my country back when I was a kid - with a tiny Fiat 126p packed up to the brims and towing almost as tiny Niewiadow N126 caravan trailer
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    [MOC] The Old School Caravan Trip

    Hello, With this first post I wanted to share with you my latest MOC which I call The Old School Caravan Trip. It is my humble tribute to the classic 'car and caravan' sets done in a bit old fashion way, with a tiny vintage car towing almost equally tiny caravan. The caravan is fitted with a foldable bike rack, a roof rack for the luggage and it has just enough space inside to fit a bed for one minifigure. As an experiment, I decided to submit this MOC as a product idea on LEGO Ideas, so if you fancy supporting it, you may find it here. Hope you'll enjoy it! The Old School Caravan Trip by Michał Piotrewicz, on Flickr The Old School Caravan Trip by Michał Piotrewicz, on Flickr The Old School Caravan Trip by Michał Piotrewicz, on Flickr The Old School Caravan Trip by Michał Piotrewicz, on Flickr The Old School Caravan Trip by Michał Piotrewicz, on Flickr The Old School Caravan Trip by Michał Piotrewicz, on Flickr The Old School Caravan Trip by Michał Piotrewicz, on Flickr