CrazyKreations

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  1. We could allow PFmotors and C+ motors
  2. CrazyKreations

    Eurobricker's share your trucks!!!!

    Photos of my Overland truck, I will have better ones and a video coming soon.
  3. CrazyKreations

    Eurobricker's share your trucks!!!!

    Ahhh, always good to see new MOCS. I’m working on an expedition truck, photos and instructions coming soon.
  4. CrazyKreations

    Dodge Charger

    This looks amazing!
  5. Red Unimog U2150 L Heavy Truck by ikorgik IGo to CrazyKreations.com to find out how you can get a MOC review and an interview!!!I A designer who goes by the name ikorgik has designed an amazing lego technic U2150 Unimog L. Now I have the pleasure of interviewing him on this amazing model, but before we start to go into some details about the Unimog let's get to know the designer. Interview. Can you tell us something about yourself? Who is behind ikorgik? Ikorgik: My name is Artem, I am 32 years old, I work as a graphic designer, I live in Moscow in Russia When did you discover your love for lego? Ikorgik: The first set I had when I was 6 years old, it was small sets of Lego city, castle, aquazone, wild west, I still remember the catalogue of 1996. The cherished dream was the 5571 Giant Truck set. Then Lego was replaced by computer games, walking with friends. I started collecting Lego models again in 2019, saw some BrickGarage RM8 videos, and bought myself 42077 and 42095. Now I buy many new sets and something from the old ones. Lego has always liked the fact that you can build something of your own. Did you get inspired to make this model? ikorgik: There is a group of Lego fans in Moscow who organize races once a month. They prepare specific conditions for each race and based on them, the participants build their models, for this race it was necessary to build a truck on 62mm wheels. Before that, I was building a small Unimog on 56 mm wheels from the new jeep wrangler, and I became interested in building the same one on 62 mm. After I built the Unimog, I decided to put new buggy wheels on it, and it turned out that it looks amazing on them. How long did it take you to build this model? Ikorgik: I built two Unimogs in two weeks, in the evenings, the main idea was to make almost identical models, but with different electrics, on Power function and Control plus. Walk us through your line of thinking when you were designing this model? Ikorgik: I try to build models of real cars, as a rule, these are SUVs, I start from the size of lego wheels and build according to the blueprint. This car had to have a suspension, the interior of the car, the car should go well on stones and sand, I paid no less attention to the external similarity. I tried to make the truck look like a real one and with good driving qualities. Was the design of the truck heavily limited to the parts you had earlier? Ikorgik: Lego construction is always a search for compromises, there are a lot of cool old parts, there are new ones, but they are not always at hand, this has its own charm, you have to look for loopholes, come up with solutions that are not always obvious. So there were no strong restrictions, if something did not work out the first time, I redid it, just so it happened with the grey Unimog. Do you buy sets with the intention of designing them? Or do you buy parts individually? Ikorgik: More often I buy sets, I start from the details, the basic sets are on the shelf for about a month, then I disassemble and start assembling something of my own, but I also buy on bricklink separately. What’s your favourite lego theme and why? Ikorgik: My favourite ones are, model team lego, Creator, Expert, and of course Technic, these are the 3 most favourite directions, model team lego and Creator, Expert, exceed their elaboration, complexity, you can admire them for hours. In Technic, most of all, I like the opportunity to motorize cars, make them drive slowly over obstacles, or quickly on a flat surface, supplement them with a winch, install lighting, or a bunch of other things that can come to mind. The MOC. I hope you all enjoyed the interview, Ikorgik showed gave some insight on how to design a MOC and a few hidden tips that can help everyone to become better MOC builders. Now let's check out this model, here is the description that was found on Rebrickable. That he wrote on the MOC's page: A copy of the Unimog U2150 L heavy truck model, working suspension, all-wheel drive. The model uses an electrician Powered UP, two L motors for movement, 1 L motor for turning, powered by a large hub Powered UP. To see more of his high-quality photos please go to his >>>>bricksafe link<<< First Impressions. I am also privileged enough to ask an experienced MOC builder who goes by the name OldEnoughBrickFan to give us his first impressions of this model. From: OldEnoughBrickFan: Ikorgik’s Unimog U2150 is another example that this is possible to create great design or functionality using a surprisingly small scale. Looking at MOC dimensions we can assume this is pretty much fitting the Corvette or Car Transporter scale. An impressive model of the worldwide known vehicle and I can see why it’s U2150 version – not complicated car body style along with light’s mounted in the massive front bumper making it very nice fitting in Lego elements scaling(I missing small blinkers to be pushed in “pins” on sides, the bulb trans orange elements 58176, like in Claas Xerion set) I must check how it’s made one day, unfortunately, I must get the Wheels to do it. An interesting and very nice fact about MOC is having two versions – this one with Control+ and the second – Dark Bluish Gray Unimog based on Power Functions and BuWizz control unit. Everything packet in digital PDF instructions with pretty reasonable prices. Final thoughts. This model is well designed, well planned and also it just looks amazing. Ikorgik truly put in soo much thought into making this Unimog one of the best online. As OldEnoughBrickFan has said, I think this is an excellent example of how to marry an excellent design with fantastic functionality. If you wish to purchase this model please go to this Rebrickable Link. The instructions are generated on Studio And are of HIGH QUALITY. Red Unimog U2150 L Heavy Truck by ikorgik A designer who goes by the name ikorgik has designed an amazing lego technic U2150 Unimog L. Now I have the pleasure of interviewing him on this amazing model, but before we start to go into some details about the Unimog let's get to know the designer. Interview. Can you tell us something about yourself? Who is behind ikorgik? Ikorgik: My name is Artem, I am 32 years old, I work as a graphic designer, I live in Moscow in Russia When did you discover your love for lego? Ikorgik: The first set I had when I was 6 years old, it was small sets of Lego city, castle, aquazone, wild west, I still remember the catalogue of 1996. The cherished dream was the 5571 Giant Truck set. Then Lego was replaced by computer games, walking with friends. I started collecting Lego models again in 2019, saw some BrickGarage RM8 videos, and bought myself 42077 and 42095. Now I buy many new sets and something from the old ones. Lego has always liked the fact that you can build something of your own. Did you get inspired to make this model? ikorgik: There is a group of Lego fans in Moscow who organize races once a month. They prepare specific conditions for each race and based on them, the participants build their models, for this race it was necessary to build a truck on 62mm wheels. Before that, I was building a small Unimog on 56 mm wheels from the new jeep wrangler, and I became interested in building the same one on 62 mm. After I built the Unimog, I decided to put new buggy wheels on it, and it turned out that it looks amazing on them. How long did it take you to build this model? Ikorgik: I built two Unimogs in two weeks, in the evenings, the main idea was to make almost identical models, but with different electrics, on Power function and Control plus. Walk us through your line of thinking when you were designing this model? Ikorgik: I try to build models of real cars, as a rule, these are SUVs, I start from the size of lego wheels and build according to the blueprint. This car had to have a suspension, the interior of the car, the car should go well on stones and sand, I paid no less attention to the external similarity. I tried to make the truck look like a real one and with good driving qualities. Was the design of the truck heavily limited to the parts you had earlier? Ikorgik: Lego construction is always a search for compromises, there are a lot of cool old parts, there are new ones, but they are not always at hand, this has its own charm, you have to look for loopholes, come up with solutions that are not always obvious. So there were no strong restrictions, if something did not work out the first time, I redid it, just so it happened with the grey Unimog. Do you buy sets with the intention of designing them? Or do you buy parts individually? Ikorgik: More often I buy sets, I start from the details, the basic sets are on the shelf for about a month, then I disassemble and start assembling something of my own, but I also buy on bricklink separately. What’s your favourite lego theme and why? Ikorgik: My favourite ones are, model team lego, Creator, Expert, and of course Technic, these are the 3 most favourite directions, model team lego and Creator, Expert, exceed their elaboration, complexity, you can admire them for hours. In Technic, most of all, I like the opportunity to motorize cars, make them drive slowly over obstacles, or quickly on a flat surface, supplement them with a winch, install lighting, or a bunch of other things that can come to mind. The MOC. I hope you all enjoyed the interview, Ikorgik showed gave some insight on how to design a MOC and a few hidden tips that can help everyone to become better MOC builders. Now let's check out this model, here is the description that was found on Rebrickable. That he wrote on the MOC's page: A copy of the Unimog U2150 L heavy truck model, working suspension, all-wheel drive. The model uses an electrician Powered UP, two L motors for movement, 1 L motor for turning, powered by a large hub Powered UP. To see more of his high-quality photos please go to his >>>>bricksafe link<<< First Impressions. I am also privileged enough to ask an experienced MOC builder who goes by the name OldEnoughBrickFan to give us his first impressions of this model. From: OldEnoughBrickFan: Ikorgik’s Unimog U2150 is another example that this is possible to create great design or functionality using a surprisingly small scale. Looking at MOC dimensions we can assume this is pretty much fitting the Corvette or Car Transporter scale. An impressive model of the worldwide known vehicle and I can see why it’s U2150 version – not complicated car body style along with light’s mounted in the massive front bumper making it very nice fitting in Lego elements scaling(I missing small blinkers to be pushed in “pins” on sides, the bulb trans orange elements 58176, like in Claas Xerion set) I must check how it’s made one day, unfortunately, I must get the Wheels to do it. An interesting and very nice fact about MOC is having two versions – this one with Control+ and the second – Dark Bluish Gray Unimog based on Power Functions and BuWizz control unit. Everything packet in digital PDF instructions with pretty reasonable prices. Final thoughts. This model is well designed, well planned and also it just looks amazing. Ikorgik truly put in soo much thought into making this Unimog one of the best online. As OldEnoughBrickFan has said, I think this is an excellent example of how to marry an excellent design with fantastic functionality. If you wish to purchase this model please go to this Rebrickable Link. The instructions are generated on Studio And are of HIGH QUALITY. Purchase Instructions I hope everyone enjoyed this Review on the Red U2150 Unimog L Heavy truck by Ikorgik. Please leave comments and share this article. Purchase Instructions I hope everyone enjoyed this Review on the Red U2150 Unimog L Heavy truck by Ikorgik. Please leave comments and share this article.
  6. CrazyKreations

    Eurobricker's share your trucks!!!!

    I have more pictures but they are on my website, I don’t want to bombard everyone with photos. my website is https://www.crazykreations.com/
  7. CrazyKreations

    Eurobricker's share your trucks!!!!

    Hey everyone, I've been working on an exciting project. A 6x6 Truck with an insane suspension design. Please head to my website here: crazykreations.com for more photos and please comment. Here's a photo:
  8. CrazyKreations

    6x6 Truck (Built in 1 DAY)!!!

    Yeah sorry that off-road wheels part was an exaggeration. However I would like to make a more refined model with this suspension system. If more people like this I will consider making instructions.
  9. Very nice thanks for sharing, These conversions will help PF lovers like me. :)
  10. Hello, fellow Eurobrickers! I designed this 6x6 truck today as I challenge and I didn't think much about it but It turned out to be a success (in my eyes). I hope you guys like it. The design was inspired by a mix of old offroad 6x6 military trucks. I say it just needs to do the job and it doesn't need to look pretty while doing it. Here is a list of its features: 6x6 drivetrain springless suspension Modular design Remote control Powered by 2L motors Steering by 1M motor Removable tray (all sides can be dropped. Openable bonnet Openable doors 2 speed gearbox Hi-Low gear For more photos please go to our Bricksafe Page here Please go easy on the look it was built in one day, I would love some feedback. Happy Mocking CrazyKreations
  11. CrazyKreations

    [MOC] The Ancient Gate of Qarava

    This is amazing, this quality of remaking this ancient gate is outstanding. It is very inspiring to blokes like me.
  12. Hey Everyone do you think we would be allowed to make one vehicle or model out of a Set with multiple vehicles, would that count and be accepted as normal or do we have to go all or nothing? An example is by making the motorcycle in the set 60042-1
  13. Thanks mate, definitely no shortcuts.
  14. Oh and does remakes in different colours allowed. E.g green and white garbage truck, can it be remade in black and red. Will it still be okay?