HarrisBricks

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  • Birthday 04/12/1980

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  1. HarrisBricks

    [MOC] Ice Station Icarus

    Thanks! Thank you! Thank you, though I did make a conscious decision not to include any antagonists in this build, as when it comes down to it they are long gone in the timeline and now the real antagonist is the hostile environment of Krysto and time.
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    [MOC] Ice Station Icarus

    Thank you, I am pretty happy with how it turned out! Thank you! Thanks, I'm glad you like it! Thank you! Thanks, I was pretty happy when I worked out how to achieve the dome. Thanks! Thank you! You can always build your own take ;)
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    [MOC] Ice Station Icarus

    Thanks! Thank you! Thank you! Thanks! Thanks! Thanks! Thank you!
  4. HarrisBricks

    [MOC] Ice Station Icarus

    This build is Ice Station Icarus on the planet Krysto, inspired by Ice Planet 2002 but using the range of pieces and building techniques now available. The colour scheme and styling of this build will hopefully be recognisable to any fan of the original LEGO Ice Planet 2002 sets (1993-1994), though I have broadened the colour scheme ever so slightly for my post-apocalyptic Ice Planet setting. More photos can be found here: https://harrisbricks.com/project/ice-station-icarus/
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    [MOC] KDF-07 Frost Giant Mech (Ice Planet Badlands)

    Thank you! Thanks, I appreciate it!
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    [MOC] Surefoot TR3 Rover (Ice Planet Badlands)

    Thanks for your support!
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    [MOC] Surefoot TR3 Rover (Ice Planet Badlands)

    Oh it is Ice Planet, rest assured. Though it is not meant to be Ice Planet 2002, but my own Ice Planet reimagining, Ice Planet Badlands, set 30 years after a great war on Krysto. The gate you are trying to keep is 'what can and cannot be ice planet'.
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    [MOC] Surefoot TR3 Rover (Ice Planet Badlands)

    Thanks for your support! Cheers, I had a comment on Flickr about adding some more black to the dark grey areas as if it was remnants of worn off paint so I reckon that might work well, so will have a look at adding some in in a few areas.
  9. HarrisBricks

    [MOC] KDF-07 Frost Giant Mech (Ice Planet Badlands)

    Thanks, I am looking forward to showing it!
  10. HarrisBricks

    [MOC] Surefoot TR3 Rover (Ice Planet Badlands)

    I make it pretty clear that I have broadened the colour scheme, both in my original post and in the link I provided, I am not sure what your point is. Ice Planet 2002 only has a four colour palette, and you can build in it if you like, and be as prescriptive as you like in your own builds, that is your choice. Though I must say that Gatekeeping serves no one.
  11. HarrisBricks

    [MOC] The Fortress of Falkenholt

    Yes, I did. Thanks Thank you! Thank you Cheers! Thanks, I spent a fair bit of time deciding on this texture.
  12. HarrisBricks

    [MOC] Surefoot TR3 Rover (Ice Planet Badlands)

    Thanks! Thanks!
  13. This build is a Surefoot TR3 Rover inspired by Ice Planet 2002 but using the range of pieces and building techniques now available. The colour scheme and styling of this build will hopefully be recognisable to any fan of the original LEGO Ice Planet 2002 sets (1993-1994), though I have broadened the colour scheme ever so slightly for my post-apocalyptic Ice Planet setting. This Ice Planet rover was created as part of my as-yet-unnamed Ice Planet Badlands build, find out more here.
  14. This build is a Krysto Defence Force 7th Battalion Frost Giant Mech inspired by Ice Planet 2002 but using the range of pieces and building techniques now available. The colour scheme and styling of this build will hopefully be recognisable to any fan of the original LEGO Ice Planet 2002 sets (1993-1994), though I have broadened the colour scheme ever so slightly for my post-apocalyptic Ice Planet setting. This Ice Planet mech was created as part of my as-yet-unnamed Ice Planet Badlands build, find out more here.