stej123

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  1. stej123

    [MOC] Serenity (Firefly)

    This is 40 pieces :D Jubal's ship: by Stefan Johansson, on Flickr
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    [MOC] Serenity (Firefly)

    Some new photos: by Stefan Johansson, on Flickr
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    [MOC] Serenity (Firefly)

    This is a new (smaller version) of the shuttle that i built just this week. Inara and her shuttle
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    [MOC] Serenity (Firefly)

    Thanks for the feedback! The specifications varies depending on what source you look at (ranging from 63-82 m in lenght). We settled somewhere in beetween because we felt that it looked the best with the minifigs. I will post some pictures of the shuttle and Jubals ship later on!
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    [MOC] Serenity (Firefly)

    Here are some more pictures: Hopefully we will have som more photos of the entire ship soon (it's hard to take good pictures of a creation this big!)
  6. Swedish military aircraft 1950-2016 SAAB 39 Gripen SAAB 37 Viggen SAAB 35 Draken SAAB 32 Lansen SAAB 29 Tunnan
  7. I think it's about time that we get to see our favorite journalist in a Lego-set! So this is my Idea: Tintin: Red Rackham's Treasure This set is based on the classic shark submarine that appears in the twelfth volume of the "Adventures of Tintin". With the help from Professor Caculus, Captain Haddock and his dog Snowy, Tintin has set out to find the treasures left behind by infamous pirate "Red Rackham". All clues lead to the sunken ship-wreck of "The Unicorn" but will they find the treasure? Set includes: 415 pieces 3 minifigures (Tintin with diving equipment, Professor Calculus and a skeleton) 1 stingray Set may Include: Red Rackhams's treasure Link to project: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/137873 All feedback is welcomed! And if you have any suggestions on how I can promote this I am very thankful /Stefan
  8. It's OK by me to have this moved, but I guess I can't do that myself(?).
  9. Thanks you all! The rigging was a hassle, but the im very satisfied with the end result. It also makes the whole ship quite sterdy I have made quite a few Tintin builds (among them the wreck + Professor Calculus shark submarine), i haven't taken any good photos of them though.
  10. I Finally took some better pictures of this build that i made many months ago. https://www.flickr.com/photos/stej123/
  11. "Not one step back!" was an order issued by Josef Stalin in July 1942. He had then realized that Hitler and the German army had their eyes on the city of Stalingrad (Volgograd), a city in southern Russia by the Volga River. The city was important both logistically and ideologically as the city was named after the great Soviet leader himself. The Battle of Stalingrad took place between August 1942 and February 1943. It is among the bloodiest battles of all time with combined casualties around 2 million. The battle was a great turning point of the whole war as the Germans now were on retreat at the eastern front for the rest of the war. During the first week of the battle the Luftwaffe dropped around 1000 tonnes of bombs. 40 000 civilians died and the city was a burning inferno. Even though the bombs destroyed building and caused casualties for the Russians, the bombings actually made the city easier to defend. Stalingrad had many factories important for the Russians war-industry, among them the Stalingrad Tractor Factory, Stalingradskiy traktornyy zavod in russian (shortened STZ or CT3 that produced the T-34. Production continued despite the fact that fighting were going on out on the streets, and sometimes even in the factory itself. When the young men were in called in to the army women and elders took over the jobs in the factory. A German machinegun-unit with a MG42. The unit consists of a shooter, a loader and one spotter. Wounded soldier getting help from his friend. Despite the fact that the Germans several times held about 90% of the city, the Russians held on to a small strip of land by the Volga shore. It meant that they could keep sending new troops in to the city. The Battle ended when the Germans finally surrendered (against Hitlers orders) due to the fact that they were completely surrounded and cut off from all supplies. Of the 100 000 Germans captured, only 6 000 returned to Germany after the war, the rest had died in prison camps. . A few more pictures on my Flickr
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    MOC: Tiger I & Sherman

    Really nice tanks!
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    MOC: WW2 tanks Panther and T-34

    Thanks! I don't really know how long they each take to make but I know the T-34/85 and the Panther took the longest. The T-34/76 took a few hours maybe and the StuG a bit longer than that.