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    [NCS] Heavy Mobile Rocket Launcher

    [NCS] Heavy Mobile Rocket Launcher Do with LDD and Stud.io It's a mix that brings together the sets : - 462 Mobile Rocket Launcher - 483 Alpha-1 Rocket Base - 6881 Lunar Rocket Launcher - 6950 Mobile Rocket Transport at the same time, and bigger ! All these sets look more or less alike, or are just different variations depending on the version. Hence the idea of bringing them all together, in a 4 in 1, mastodon version. I used the 90 ° snot technique with the control consoles in the wall, in order to be able to accommodate as many control panels as possible and gain 2 additional horizontal studs. This allows me to put 4 crew members, their seats and a small passageway (narrowly) for them to move between the seats. The roof with the 2 radars unclips and the front canopy swivels, allowing accessibility. My only regret: not being able to put the 2 sides in blue (the back of the 2 console panels), because part N°11203 (flat Tile, Modified 2 x 2 Inverted) does not exist in this color. I had to settle for gray. I was amazed, myself, to have built it in just 3 days! Upon reflection, I think I understood why I did it in such a short time. I put this down to several things: -1/ I already had the basis of my NCS - City Mars Exploration - Heavy Mobile Lab, which had taken me a good 10 days. In addition to the experience of construction / internal arrangement of the vehicle. -2/ I already had the radar and the rocket, of my [NCS] 462-897- Mobile Rocket Launcher, Remastered, which took me 3-4 days. -3/ I already had the seats of my NCS - Heavy Transport -4/ I already had the wall consoles, from my NCS - Heavy Transport. (at least, retained my reverse construction technique) which had taken a hell of a lot of time, because I had to put a maximum of computer consoles in a minimalist space, and above all, at 90 ° and inverted in relation to the wall! (so damn technical difficulty in tearing your hair). Just for that, I had to spend several days there. -5/ My past experiences, which are almost a hallmark of me: the exterior ofmy ships and vehicles (NCS - Heavy Transporter, NCS - City Mars Exploration - Martian Colonization Base, Intergalactic Girl, NCS LL-6929 Starfleet Voyager, Space Heavy Rover, Lunar Space Pod , NCS - City Mars Exploration - Heavy Mobile Lab, etc) are generally stripped down, but on the other hand, the interior is generally quite shielded in every way. Putting a lot of greeblings, in a confined and minimalist space, it almost became my "hobby". So normally, given the size of the mastodon's vehicle, it should have taken me at least 7-14 days well packed. But since I do all my constructions " in modular ", I can easily transplant parts (or modules) to put them in other constructions. In addition to past construction experiences. This is why I only took 2-3 days and saved a lot of time. The images are in HD + (> 4096 pixels) on my flickr to zoom in on them. [NCS] Heavy Mobile Rocket Launcher. by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] Heavy Mobile Rocket Launcher. by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] Heavy Mobile Rocket Launcher. by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] Heavy Mobile Rocket Launcher. by Horlack, sur Flickr
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    My NCS Series Remastered :)

    [NCS] 886 - Space Buggy, Remastered It is my chassis from [NCS] 6802 - Space Probe by changing the rear of the vehicle. Rear with articulated arm, 2 fire extinguishers, ore box, articulated arm control panel, 1 spaceman's hand tools, one antenna, 1 airtank. Front of the buggy with camera, sensors, binoculars, 2 walkie-talkies, a mini-satellite-antenna and control panel. [NCS] 886 - Space Buggy, Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] 6928 - Uranium Search Vehicle, Remastered [NCS] 6928 - Uranium Search Vehicle, Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] 6928 - Uranium Search Vehiclen, Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] 6842 - Shuttle Craft, Remastered A small remastered 6842-Shuttle Craft. Walkie-talkie, camera/weapon (depending on). On the Shuttle : reactors, engines, jet turbine, cannons, 4 front sensors, radiators, small antenna, 2 horizontal ailerons, 2 vertical ailerons, lifters, steering nozzle, rear computer control panel. Basically, I took a bit of inspiration from the Speeders of the Meta-Universe from Starwars. search keywords for all see : "type = speeders" https://www.starwars-universe.com/encyclopedie/vaisseaux_vehicules.php [NCS] 6842 - Shuttle Craft, Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] 462-897- Mobile Rocket Launcher, Remastered The Mythic 462-897 Mobile Rocket Launcher set was too small, so ... I remastered it in 2020 version. I had some difficulty with the Rocket, because I didn't want to use round bricks. I wanted something more elegant with cool building techniques. So I remade the rocket entirely in brickbuild. Ditto for the radar. In short, a little technical originality. I didn't want to be conventional. I used the elements of my old constructions to keep it homogeneous. The radar cockpit rotates 360°, and the radar itself also rotates, 360°. The radar cockpit is quite worked with control screens everywhere, as well as small joysticks. A walkie-talkie, a hammer and an adjustable wrench hang on it. I retake : - The chassis of my [NCS] 6802-Space Probe Remastered - The radar of my [NCS] 452-894-Mobile Tracking Station, Remastered [NCS] 462-897- Mobile Rocket Launcher, Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] 462-897- Mobile Rocket Launcher, Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr The goal is to remain homogeneous in the architecture. Which is sometimes not an easy task. All the blocks are interchangeable, between all my creations. It's Modular, on a vehicle scale. Details of the rocket. Use of modified brick, by turning them 45 ° in the central body of the rocket, in order to build it "in hexagon" [NCS] 6901 - Mobile Lab, Remastered Always in the spirit of keeping modules of old constructions to reuse them. Just to swap modules, to make another MOC. Maximum standardization. The forward cockpit contains 2 repair utensils. It opens through doors on the side or through the central canopy. It is a resumption of the cockpit of the "1580 Lunar Scout, Remastered", by adding 2 ladders, and by rotating the roof sensors 180 °. The aft cockpit opens by rotating the canopy, or through the roof by eclipsing the radar. It contains 2 levers and 3 control panels which are in height. The chassis is also a recovery. An excavator entirely made in brickbuild. I did not find any existing parts, adapted to the scale of the vehicle, so a brickbuild is needed :) [NCS] 6901 - Mobile Lab, Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] 6901 - Mobile Lab, Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr Well, I'm pretty happy with the look. I was worried that with my history of taking modules from other builds, it would result in a lousy mobile lab. Overall, "no". I had to be inventive on the rear 4x6 module block part. Once the seat and the astronaut were installed, I found myself stuck putting screens on him! And worse, not being able to get it out of the cockpit, lol Yeah, that's bad! Even blowing up the radar which is made up of 2 modular blocks, there was really little room. in fact, I had it kinda on my own, absolutely wanting a seat, which made it worse in a minimalist space. My neurons have overheated! Hence the idea of putting a canopy at an angle, from the top, to gain length space to take out the spaceman, but also to put control panels on the ceiling. And in fact, without wanting to, I took again in a different form, the horizontal rear opening of the 2 doors of the original 6901, but in a single vertical one at the rear. [MOC] [NCS] 6802 Space Probe, Remastered Bigger on a Buggy chassis with double probes. The robot deserved a 2020 update. :) - Head 3626bpb0034 : Minifigure, Head Alien with Copper Skin and Silver Eyepiece Pattern - torso 973pb1061 : Torso Robot with Silver Rivets - Arm 62691 : Arm Mechanical [NCS] 6802 - Space Probe Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] 6802 - Space Probe Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] 1580 Lunar Scout Remastered I kept the structures of my old creations, to remain homogeneous, and above all to make it "modular". The goal is to make all of my vehicles modular, and interchange the components between vehicles, to rebuild them as they see fit. Structure of the articulated Mini-arm found in, my [NCS] 6841 - Heavy Mineral Detector, Remastered Structure of the bumpers, which can be found [NCS] 452-894 - Mobile Tracking Station, Remastered I put a mini articulated arm at the back, in addition to the 2 mineral containers. The canopy is not green, because I will take over the cockpit structure for another construction. I couldn't put the chassis as low as the original, but overall I stayed in the "spirit" of the little scout utility vehicle. [NCS] 1580 Lunar Scout Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] 1580 Lunar Scout Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] 6841 - Heavy Mineral Detector Remastered I continue my series. I feel hot and boiling there! ☢️ A little Classic-space 6841 Mineral Detector Remastered, only bigger. I have tried to stay true to the functionality and structure of the original. Then added in all directions: Mini-articulated arm at the back, box to store minerals, box to crush minerals and analyze them, communication antenna, walkie-talkies, various small radars / cameras / front detectors at the front of the vehicle, small rock hammer, hand detector (which can be hung on the mini articulated arm) and various control panels. [NCS] 6841 - Heavy Mineral Detector Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] 6841 - Heavy Mineral Detector Remasterised by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] 452-894 - Mobile Tracking Station, Remastered Functional quality, of course :). Radar in tow that turns in all directions. The 2 small folding jacks when the trailer is unhooked. (A radar not horizontal, when the trailer tilts, it works much less well!) Radar on the roof of the vehicle which rotates 360 °. I really thoroughly styled this 2nd radar with sensors everywhere and tried to keep "the best spirit" with the 2 round transparent things. [NCS] 452-894 - Mobile Tracking Station by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] 452-894 - Mobile Tracking Station by Horlack, sur Flickr
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    My NCS Series Remastered :)

    I continue my series [NCS] 889 - Radar Truck, Remastered I took the chassis of the [NCS] 6802 - Space Probe by putting a radar, that I used in several construction. [NCS] 889 - Radar Truck, Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] Modular 6844 - Seismologic Vehicle (Sismobile), Remastered [NCS] Modular 6844 - Seismologic Vehicle (Sismobile), Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] Modular 6844 - Seismologic Vehicle (Sismobile), Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] Modular 6804 - Surface Rover, Remastered [NCS] Modular 6804 - Surface Rover, Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] Modular 6823 - Surface Transport, Remastered [NCS] Modular 6823 - Surface Transport, Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] Modular 6927 - All Terrain Vehicle, Remastered [NCS] Modular 6927 - All Terrain Vehicle, Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr [NCS] Modular 6927 - All Terrain Vehicle, Remastered by Horlack, sur Flickr
  4. [MOD/MOC] Lego City Mars Exploration - Heavy Mobile Lab Built based on 2x 60225 Rover Testing Drive, 2x 60227 Lunar Space Station, 60229 Rocket Assembly & Transport on theme : Lego City Mars Exploration - Rover - Drone - 2 articulated arms: grippers and drill - Radar antenna - Various tools - Spacesuits / airtanks - Scientific analysis equipment - Microscope - 2 retractable berths - Cockpits NCS - Heavy Mobile Lab by Horlack, on Flickr NCS - Heavy Mobile Lab by Horlack, on Flickr NCS - Heavy Mobile Lab by Horlack, on Flickr ============================================
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    Helbrute - Warhammer 40k

    i love it
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    [MOD/MOC] Lego City Mars Exploration - Heavy Mobile Lab

    Thanks. Lego City Mars Exploration is a very good theme. A lot of possibilities, as : https://www.flickr.com/photos/horlack/50133724458/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/horlack/48267104957/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/horlack/48545099607/
  7. [NCS]-Space city under construction, microscale I felt inspired. Space city under construction in microscale. It is by doing anything that we become ... uh ....... Afol? :) Let the city under construction, is voluntary. There is 70% empty space. It is to set up the start of spatial colonization. Kind of like a "outpost-city". There are 3 landing strips with gravity generators. A forest in the center, under the dome. LDD and Stud.io. Space city under construction by Horlack, on Flickr Space city under construction by Horlack, on Flickr Space city under construction by Horlack, on Flickr Space city under construction by Horlack, on Flickr Space city under construction by Horlack, on Flickr Space city under construction by Horlack, on Flickr Space city under construction by Horlack, on Flickr Space city under construction by Horlack, on Flickr Space city under construction by Horlack, on Flickr Space city under construction by Horlack, on Flickr
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    [MOC] NCS - Heavy Tranporter

    Front part of the ship redone. Stud.io and LDD used. Interior sections of "modules". NCS - Heavy Transport by Horlack, on Flickr NCS - Heavy Transport by Horlack, on Flickr NCS - Heavy Transport by Horlack, on Flickr NCS - Heavy Transport by Horlack, on Flickr Front half of the ship : - 1 Rest room with 2 beds and a dining area. - 1 captain's post. - 1 tandem flight control station, at the front. - 1 tandem engineering control station, on the side. - 1 Captain, 5 crew members, including 1 at rest. - 1 Robot. - 4 extinguishers in the hallway. - AI/computers control panel, on the hallway wall. Now I'm going to have "to tackle" the airstrip, and the vehicles / sets on it.
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    [MOC] NCS - Heavy Tranporter

    NCS - Heavy Transporter, inspired by the Eagles from the 1999 Cosmos series.Heavy Transporter:- Hold for cargo- 2 Space Buggy + 2 Space Scooter + 1 Heavy Buggy in the hold- Hold with sliding / retractable ramp- 4 Reactors which rotate 360 °- Cockpit with 4 crew members and 1 captain- Rest room with a dining areaLanding runway :- A robot- A single-seater pulsor jet- 2 single-seater sleds- Vehicle: missiles + acquisition radarhttps://www.flickr.com/photos/horlack/ https://www.facebook.com/HorlackBricks/posts/181027896812932 NCS - Heavy Transporter by Horlack, sur Flickr NCS - Heavy Transporter by Horlack, sur Flickr NCS - Heavy Transporter by Horlack, sur Flickr NCS - Heavy Transporter by Horlack, sur Flickr NCS - Heavy Transporter by Horlack, sur Flickr NCS - Heavy Transporter by Horlack, sur Flickr NCS - Heavy Transporter by Horlack, sur Flickr NCS - Heavy Transporter by Horlack, sur Flickr NCS - Heavy Transporter by Horlack, sur Flickr
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    [NCS]-Space city under construction,  microscale

    Totally agree. The hexagonal part attracted me, but I didn't know what to do with it right away. Then the inspiration came, 24h after It is not false :)
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    [MOC] NCS - Heavy Tranporter

    Thank you all, for yours comments :) As you seem to be interested in the drone, here is the construction plan. Everything is axed/focused on part N°48723, Technic, Axle Connector Hub with 4 Bars, which is sandwiched between the 2 Dish 3x3, via the part N°3957, Antenna, which "impale" all NCS-Drone by Horlack, on FlickrThe image in HD size is downloadable.
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    [MOC] NCS - Heavy Tranporter

    Thank you all. Now, I do the front half (cockpit, rest / catering room), then finally the base of the airstrip. A small video preview in 3D stud.io, where I am in my work. This may need to change a bit. But let's say, that the main lines of ideas are there. For the airstrip, I think I'll use that kind of concept in medium / dark gray. A lunar thing, with 2-3 craters or mounds, and the trail in the middle. Nothing is defined, I am still thinking about it. SNOT terrain - example by Blake Foster, on Flickr In the meantime I had a little inspiration. I did 3 tests of small drones, which I could perhaps incorporate on the scenery of the airstrip. I made 3 examples to see the possibilities. But it is obvious that we can put what we want: maintenance drone, repair drone, surveillance drone, medical drone, etc ... There are 2 attachment points with the hands, and 2 points rear (sustentators reactors/magnetic reactors). Which leaves some inventive or inspiring possibilities when they come to mind. NCS-Drone by Horlack, on Flickr
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    [MOC] NCS - Heavy Tranporter

    Attention, a lot of redesign in perspective. ! :) I thoroughly reviewed the cargo / disembarkation hold. I maximized the details. I also reviewed the vehicles in the hold, to diversify them. NCS - Heavy Transport by Horlack, onFlickr NCS - Heavy Transport by Horlack, on Flickr The right and left walls of the cargo hold: - Fans / ventilation - 4 Various fire extinguishers - Talkie Walkie - Repair tools - Communication station - Various pressure gauges - Aspirators for air or other gases - Electricity light and pressure / control panels - Yellow bands indicating danger / risk - Valve - Some piping - Articulated arm with control panel - Load calculator - Removable blue seat (it folds into the wall. It doesn't show like that) - 3 emergency airtanks. - Safety levers (blocking or manual opening of the hold in the event of an electrical problem) - 2 maintenance robots NCS - Heavy Transport by Horlack, sur Flickr NCS - Heavy Transport by Horlack, sur Flickr NCS - Heavy Transport by Horlack, sur Flickr The 4 vehicles: [*] - The Space Scooter, great standard of Classic Space [*] - The Space Buggy, a little different, and standard of the Classic Space [*] - A Heavy Space Buggy with: [*] - Mini communication dish [*] - Camera [*] - Front sensors [*] - Red tool kit between the 2 seats [*] - 2 Control / data information panels [*] - 2 seats-brick build [*] - Articulated arm at the rear [*] - 2 hand sensor tools [*] - 1 container to put rocks [*] - 1 Talkie walkie [*] - Control panel of the articulated arm [*] - Articulated arm load calculator [*] - Articulated arm pressure judge [*] - 2 fire extinguishers [*] - 1 small repair tool between the arm and the extinguishers [*] - The Space Buggy with its trailer composed of: [*] - 2 airtanks [*] - 2 bags [*] - 1 camera [*] - 1 pair of binoculars [*] - 2 hand sensor tools [*] - 1 dorsal reactor (it is difficult to see itself, because between the airtanks and the bags, and the antennas folded up) [*] - 1 black backpack (inlaid between the 2 gray bags, and slightly offset below) It's okay, I think I'm ready for Lunar exploration ! :) A good big week of thinking and working in 3D. That's the problem: the smaller it is to work, the less space there is, the more you have to think about, the more complicated it is, the more time it takes to pull out some hair. (but I still have a few left, lol: :)
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    [MOC] NCS - Heavy Tranporter

    Not a coincidence. I took over my old creations :) You have a good memory and a good eye. It's Yoko Tsuno https://www.flickr.com/photos/horlack/albums/72157688992663906 And indeed, the reference is voluntary, but not many people have seen or found it (you and another). The pointed front of the Transporter is very reminiscent of the Vineans ships ;) The reference to the pointed front and to the 4 reactors, becomes clearer, with these 4 pictures.
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    Chibi Mavis Vermillion

    Little work of my day https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chibi_(slang) Inspiration from Mavis Vermillion, in the Manga Fairy Tail. Made with LDD and stud.io. Failed to make the hair that long, curly and half-tapered back. Just a horror to do! So I'd settle for short hair Chibi by Horlack, sur Flickr
  16. She didn't have her ship, so ..... Intergalactic Girl, NCS LL-6929 Starfleet Voyager From : - LL-6929 Starfleet Voyager - Intergalactic Girl from Minifigurines Series 6 ....with some angle techniques, reactors in Brickbuild and decals. Build with LDD and Stud.io. Intergalactic Girl, NCS LL-6929 Starfleet Voyager by Horlack, sur Flickr
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    [MOC] Intergalactic Girl, NCS LL-6929 Starfleet Voyager

    I remade a few 3D rendered, from other angles of view. Intergalactic Girl, NCS LL-6929 Starfleet Voyager by Horlack, sur Flickr Intergalactic Girl, NCS LL-6929 Starfleet Voyager by Horlack, sur Flickr Intergalactic Girl, NCS LL-6929 Starfleet Voyager by Horlack, sur Flickr Intergalactic Girl, NCS LL-6929 Starfleet Voyager by Horlack, sur Flickr Intergalactic Girl, NCS LL-6929 Starfleet Voyager by Horlack, sur Flickr Intergalactic Girl, NCS LL-6929 Starfleet Voyager by Horlack, sur Flickr
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    Heavy Communications Rover (Classic Space)

    nice work :)
  19. (Sorry if my english, is not totally perfect) Classic-Space History lesson that many missed : Why is this construction cult ? And yet, 99.99% of Classic-Space fans/afols don't know it. This scene went under the radar of fans/afols. It all started with the 2019 Lego Movie 2 'Goodies'/'bonus" video, which was not publicized and went fairly unnoticed. The LEGO Movie 2 The Second Part Saving Bricksburg Stopmotion Compilation! The LEGO Movie ReTeling, 4 febr. 2019 : (Only the first few minutes of the video) As a good Classic-Space/afol fan, I got it into my head to rebuild with LDD and Stud.io, the 2 Lego constructions in the video, part by part, frame by frame. And there, I discovered a pretty huge Easter Eggs. The 3 spacemen characters from 3 pivotal Lego Classic-Space periods were obvious, but it was above all, the famous and unique Trans-Green brick among 12 Trans-Yellow, which made me realize, that LEGO had hidden lots of Easter Eggs in this single scene. [Classic Space] little-known anthology scene by Horlack, sur Flickr This construction, is a LEGO Classic-Space history. And the "biggest sick" in the world of Classic-Space, should have rebuilt it for his personal collection, and worship him every day :) For the most part, the understanding of the Easter Eggs, below, should be based on the year 1979, not 1978. 1978 is the year of the US version, and 1979 is the year of the US commercial version. Like for example the “Rocket Launch Pad” which was released in 1978 under number 483-1 in the USA, and released in 1979 under number 920-2 in Europe. This 1978 and 1979 debate is still being emulated today, and sometimes not settled. 1978 is the year zero of Classic-Space, but in the collective imagination, 1979 is often chosen, because it was the year that really made the commercial boom of this range. We find this debate, even on the largest reference sites, such as bricklink which catalogs it as 1979: https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?S=493-1 and Brickset who cataloged it in 1978: https://brickset.com/sets/493-1/ In fact the 2 dates are valid. It depends on whether you take a purist point of view of year zero of creation, or year zero of the 1st launch and worldwide commercial success. Now on to the Easter Eggs, the part that interests us. The construction of this video brings together several historical and anthological things : 1 / - The red spaceman from 1979, the 1st Classic-Space figure, with white. Or 40 years. https://www.bricklink.com/catalogList.asp?catType=S&catString=34.314 2 / -The white spaceman with this type of helmet, from the Collector's set 5002812 from 2014 and symbolizes 35 years of the Classic-Space theme. https://brickset.com/sets/5002812-1/Classic-Spaceman-Minifigure This same white spaceman with this type of helmet (sp006new2) also exists in a 2nd set, and not just any: Set 5000438 Vintage Minifigure Collection Vol. 2 - 2012 Edition, which is an edition that represents the history of LEGO. But is also composed of the black Spaceman from 1984 (sp003new2) with this same type of helmet, which exists only and only in this box. https://brickset.com/sets/5000438-1/Vintage-Minifigure-Collection-Vol-2-(TRU-edition) 3 / - The green spaceman, from the set 21109 Exosuit, Lego Ideas from 2014, which is the birth of a new combination color after several decades. 35 years separate from the 1st Classic Space set. Only available in this set. https://brickset.com/sets/21109-1/Exo-Suit 4 / - The latest, Benny, from Lego Movie. 5 / - The station and the radar, which is a nod to the Mythical Set Alpha-1 Rocket Base (483-1 in US, and 920-2 in EU) https://brickset.com/sets/483-1 https://brickset.com/sets/920-2 6 / - 2 times the blue part 3660p01 (the "01"), which is the 1st pad printed piece in "Inverted", appeared in the Alpha Rocket Base Set! Or 40 years. https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=3660p01 7 / - The white part 3069bp68, hanging on the white spaceman's walkie-talkie, which first appeared in MTron's 6833-Beacon Tracer set from 1990 (yeah it's well stashed in the video and only appears 0.5 seconds in the video), and which is the 1st wave of the Mtron sets. Par present in this 1st MTron wave in the sets 6877- Vector Detector, 6923- Particle Ionizer, 6956- Stellar Recon Voyager, and the legendary 6989-Mega Core Magnetizer which was made in 36 million MOCs / MODs different versions. https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=3069bp68 8 / - One and only part 3065 Trans-Green, among all the others which are Trans-Yellow. Yeah, at the back of the blue command-outpost, well hidden upstairs. The only piece that's wrong. The one which is strangely lit from behind in the photo, Nobody hit, on this rear light anomaly which has no place? Limit, we only see that, on this dark background, right in the middle of the image. This refers to the set 995-Lighting Bricks with Color Filters from 1969, which is the 1st lego attempt at making light / connected bricks. 2019 year of Lego Movie 2. 1969 the release of this "luminous" brick. 1969, the 1st man on the moon Do you see them the 50 years of Lego and the conquest of space? 😁 https://brickset.com/sets/995-1/Lighting-Bricks-with-Color-Filters For the more Classic-Space Fans/AFOLs, this simple Classic-Space command-outpot, from this "goodies" video from Lego Movie 2, says much more than it seems, and deserves to be rebuilt for his personal collection. . It is a Lego work, which is cult, for what it represents. And no one noticed her. There are probably other Easter Eggs that I missed. If you see others, share them. What ? You are crazy about "Classic-Space", and you did not watch the video frame by frame, and reconstruct part by part, like a big crazy of the theme ? -------------------- add on my flickr : https://www.flickr.com/photos/horlack/50170861431/ French reference : https://www.facebook.com/HorlackBricks/posts/166776851571370
  20. [MOD] Martian Colonization Base, 4x 60227 I transformed the lunar space station into a Martian land base for colonization The blocks / modules are perfect. I also made a small NPU with train part number 55768. It makes excellent glass roof/skylight :) Picture on high quality 4096x3072 on my flickr [MOD] Martian Colonization Base, 4x60227 by Horlack, sur Flickr
  21. Heavy Space Buggy - NeoClassic 886 Heavy Space Buggy - NeoClassic 886 by Horlack, sur Flickr Star Hawk IV - Neoclassic 1789 Star Hawk IV - Neoclassic 1789 by Horlack, sur Flickr Heavy Space Scooter - NeoClassic 6801 Heavy Space Scooter - NeoClassic 6801 by Horlack, sur Flickr Mobile Rocket Launcher - Neoclassic 897 Mobile Rocket Launcher - Neoclassic 897 by Horlack, sur Flickr Mobile Rocket Launcher - Neoclassic 897 by Horlack, sur Flickr
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    [MOD] Martian Colonization Base, 4x 60227

    I still have the 6 modules attached to the tower-hub to do, and the tower-hub itself. I already have my idea on the ground floor of the tower-hub, and the 1st floor. The ground floor with a form of botanical greenhouse / fields, for food, and on the 1st floor, a command and boarding post. Part of the 6 remaining modules will surely be linked to the habitat (bed, dormitory, etc.).
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    [MOC] NeoClassic sets 886 897 1789 6801 Recustomized

    ah bah, non, je fais cela en 1er pour le plaisir ! Ca va de soit ! Mais disons, qu'avoir un peu reconnaissance, c'est aussi une forme du travail bien fait. C'est un peu comme le boulanger, il aime que de temps en temps, qu'un client le remercie chaleureusement , pour un truc qui était vachement bon. Ca remet du boom au coeur et à l'ouvrage au boulanger. (je schématise, mais c'est l'idée) Je ne demande pas des likes à tire-la-rigo et pour un rien, et tous les jours. Mais une fois de temps à autres, cela fait plaisir quand même. Car quelques part, ca fout le moral en l'air, de voir des créations, allez disons sur lego Idea, qui sont de véritables "bouzes infâmes" sans technique, sans réflexion, sans background (5 lignes de torches-cul de descriptif), etc, etc (et parfois ne tenant que par l'artifice du 3D, donc se cassant la gueule en vrai)....avoir 5000 votes, alors, que de mon point de vue, je fais mieux qu'eux. Cela me donne l'impression que les gens votent quand il y a "un buzz" ou "une hype" (ou quant tu es pote avec le mec qui gère une page web bien en vue => suis mon regard sur certaines pages AFOL internationale), même quand c'est merdique. C'est déboussolant .
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    [MOC] NeoClassic sets 886 897 1789 6801 Recustomized

    Merci beaucoup :) Tu n'es pas la 1ère personne à me dire cela ou des trucs du même genre. Je n'arrive pas à comprendre pourquoi je ne décolle pas sur flickr, ni sur lego ideas d'ailleurs, alors qu'on me dit que j'ai un certain talent. Des fois, c'est un peu blasant, de passer 2 semaines sur un MOC, de ne recevoir que des compliments (même s'ils ont peu nombreux), et le nombre de like ne décollent pas d'un pouce. Et pourtant je met la création dans plus de 20 groupes flickr lego, et autant sur facebook. Des fois, je suis un peu dépité. Comme si, la communication était bridé ou bloqué quelques part.
  25. Horlack Bricks

    [MOD] Martian Colonization Base, 4x 60227

    I start to do the inside image HD 3200x1600 pixel on my flickr Inside :1st block - Laboratory with clamps behind a glass for hazardous materials - Workshop / tool storage - Airlock with suits - Chemistry laboratory - Laboratory microscope - Bed, treadmill [MOD] Martian Colonization Base, 4x60227 - Inside by Horlack, sur Flickr I still have a lot of work for the other modules