Aldar-Beedo

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    10264 - Corner Garage

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  1. Ok, maybe you're right :D A Football World Cup or the Olympic Games may involve more viewers. But compared to the number of countries involved in the competition it should be the biggest one :D At first, I went to build Mahomes, but it was hard to do his number 15 in the front and back. Then I founf the 2x2 tiles with the '2' and thought they would be perfect for the shoulder pads. So I ended up building a generic football player with number 2 in a kit that slightly reminds of the Chiefs :D
  2. Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event in the world watched by hundreds of millions of people all over the world. To celebrate the love for this sport, I built this kinetic sculpture of a football player running the ball near the sideline. LEGO Football - Kinetic Sculpture by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr LEGO Football - Kinetic Sculpture by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr LEGO Football - Kinetic Sculpture by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr LEGO Football - Kinetic Sculpture by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kh0c6ssLCNE
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    [MOC] Classic Space Excavation Site

    Thanks for all your positive feedback! Yes, I wanted to use the new rollercoaster tracksystem to avoid using old parts, which usually reduces the chance to get picked in case of a successfull supporting phase. Thank you! It was fun to build the rover, it was the last part I designed and I wanted to add another small play feature that has a connection to the first space theme :)
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    [MOC] Classic Space Excavation Site

    Hundreds of years in the future, a team of astronauts discovers a small moon orbiting a big ice planet. As they approach the surface, they discover wreckage of spaceships and large robots, some buried deep in the dust of the moon. Now, two years after the initial findings, the astronauts have built a base on the moon and are discovering more and more traces of an earlier battle as they excavate. Commander Chris Studstrong leads a team of scientists and engineers who have made it their goal to find out more about the earlier events on this moon. While some of the astronauts are on the moon's surface excavating, others are back at the base examining the discovered artifacts. If you like this model, you can support it on LEGO IDEAS: Classic Space Excavation Site on IDEAS Classic Space Excavation Site by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr Let's have a look at the Protagonists: Classic Space Excavation Site by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr Boris, Jenny and Lucas, as engineers, explore the wreckage and dismantle parts to be examined afterwards. Naomi, a chemist, researches the spacecraft's fuels and ensures that no dangerous reactions can occur while working on the wrecks. Ted, a scientist, and David, a geologist, study the lunar surface to find out more about the crashes and their causes. David's instruments have just made a very exciting find: a droid frozen in the ice under the dust! Gina works at the base and researches the technology and materials of the excavated objects in her laboratory. Jule, an engineer, makes sure the station's life support system is working properly and also keeps the spacesuits in good shape. There's nothing she can't fix! Bob, a reporter, accompanies the crew on their mission and documents all interesting objects and progress. An overhead railway is used to transport excavated parts and connect the base to the surrounding area. Pilots Phillipe and Cara can also use a crane to retrieve heavy debris. Classic Space Excavation Site by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr Classic Space Excavation Site by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr Classic Space Excavation Site by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr To better cover long distances on the moon, the moon buggy is used. In addition, the friendly robot S.O.L.A.R.I.S. helps the team with the work on the wrecks and warns his team of potential hazards with the help of his sensors. Classic Space Excavation Site by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr Classic Space Excavation Site by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr Classic Space Excavation Site by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr Classic Space Excavation Site by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr Classic Space Excavation Site by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr Classic Space Excavation Site by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr This set consists of 2718 parts, including 12 minifigures, a robot, a space buggy and a lot of utensils for the excavations! By pulling or pushung the handle attached to the long part of the track, you can decide whether the railway should stay on the upper circle or go down. The track can easily be extended at the siding to explore new excavation sites. Classic Space Excavation Site by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr Feel free to give feedback on my MOC! :) Best regards, Aldar Beedo
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    [MOC] Harry Potter - Journey to Hogwarts

    Thank you! I'm glad you like my work :)
  6. Hello everybody! As 2020 is coming to an end, I wanted to share my favourite MOC from this year with you. It's Harry's first journey to Hogwarts as a triptych, with each scene built into a RIBBA-frame (often used to display minifigures). Journey to Hogwarts Triptych by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr The first scene shows Harry's 11th birthday, when he is visited by Hagrid who tells him that he is a wizard and that he will go to Hogwarts: Journey to Hogwarts Triptych by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr The second scene shows platform 9 3/4 where Harry and Ron pass the barrier to gat to their train to Hogwarts: Journey to Hogwarts Triptych by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr The third and last frame shows the first years students' boatride to Hogwarts: Journey to Hogwarts Triptych by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr My favourite part was to recreate the Harry Potter logo with bricks as accurately as possible: Journey to Hogwarts Triptych by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr I'm looking forward to your feedback! :)
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    [MOC] Uncle Scrooge's Money Bin

    Yes, there are so many characters and buildings you could turn into an entire series of sets!
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    [MOC] T'was the Night Before Christmas

    Thank you! :)
  9. ...when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse; The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there; The children were nestled all snug in their beds, While visions of LEGO Star Wars Sets danced in their heads; My MOC shows a typical scene that happened every year - at least in my childhood. It is often said: "The greatest pleasure lies in the anticipation", which was also true for me. Usually I wished for one of the bigger starships from LEGO Star Wars for Christmas, like a Millenium Falcon, spent weeks dreaming of getting this set as a gift and how I would build it with my sister in our living room. P.S.: Can you spot all the easter eggs? Hints: 75257, 75288, 75274, 75276, 75277, 21042 T'was the Night Before Christmas by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr] T'was the Night Before Christmas by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr T'was the Night Before Christmas by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr T'was the Night Before Christmas by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr T'was the Night Before Christmas by Aldar Beedo, auf Flickr
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    [MOC] Uncle Scrooge's Money Bin

    For those who are interested: I included some major updates in the IDEAS project: Scrooge McDuck's Money Bin (Updates) Updates include some custom minifigures (or concepts), a trap door in front of Scrooge's desk, a new feature for the Beagle Boys to break into the vault and an option to ude the Money Bin as a piggy bank. If you have additional ideas or feedback, I#d be happy to hear your opinions :)
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    [MOC] Uncle Scrooge's Money Bin

    Haha, nice! It's hard to find one "true" answer to many topics in Duckburg, as among the comics and cartoons there are many different versions for background stories or designs like buildings. But I liked this design, because it is a bit more colorful and I think it fits better to LEGO's intention of "friendly" designs (like the pirate ships with yellow, red and white instead of just brown) than just a grey cube. But I can totally understand that there are people who like other versions of the Money Bin better. :)
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    [MOC] Uncle Scrooge's Money Bin

    Yes, me too! I like DuckTales, but being grown up with e.g. the "Lustige Taschenb├╝cher" I'd also prefer some more comic related sets! Thanks for your support! :) I took this picture from the comic books as an orientation and the blue there fits the LEGO blue.
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    [MOC] Uncle Scrooge's Money Bin

    Thank you! I'm glad you like it :) All the round 1x1 plates let the number of total parts grow very fast and as there's a part limitation for IDEAS projects, I stopped at a certain point to stay below :D