viracocha

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  1. viracocha

    [MOC] Moose Monument

    I am glad that you noticed this, @ExeSandbox. I have tried many different techniques for the rock. And stopped at simple bricks to emphasize the contrast between the sculpture and the base. And I also wanted to show that this work is assembled from lego, since in the place where it is exhibited, the audience is mostly not familiar with this kind of art. Thank you, for the comment.
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    [MOC] Moose Monument

    Moose Monument by Dmitriy and Anna, on Flickr At the confluence of the Kamenka and Iseti rivers near the city of Kamensk-Uralsky in the 1980s, a sculpture was installed - a metal Moose. The author of the monument is the artist and sculptor Vladimir Permyakov. The idea for this sculpture was suggested to him by chance – one day, in the late 1970s, a real moose wandered into the city. The monument was erected on the rocky shore of the river Iset. Now it is the territory of Razgulyevsky Forest Park, where iron ore was mined during the formation of the Kamensky Plant. Initially, the sculpture was silver in color. It has been repainted four times in 40 years. The moose turned gray, pink, spotted. Today, its main color has become orange. Moose Monument by Dmitriy and Anna, on Flickr
  3. - Attention! Flight for Chickenburg now in the final boarding... Flight to Chickenburg by Dmitriy and Anna, on Flickr Free Instructions for the chicken are here!
  4. It is a model of Holy Trinity Cathedral in a scale 1:180. The cathedral was built in 1813. A few years later, it had to be reconstructed, because there was a threat of collapse of the new bell tower. The project was undertaken by the famous Ural architect Mikhail Pavlovich Malakhov and the church was rebuilt. The general tonality of the whole structure put the Holy Trinity Church on a par with the best works of cult architecture of the first half of the XIX century, not only in the Urals, but throughout Russia. Holy Trinity Cathedral by Dmitriy and Anna, on Flickr Instructions are available on rebrickable.
  5. At the beginning of the nineteenth century, thousands of immigrants in pursuit of the American dream moved inland to the west. They loaded their few possessions into bulky horse-drawn wagons and set out on the arduous journey with their families. On their way, they encountered deserts and mountain passes, wild animals and Indian tribes lay in wait for them. And very often such wagons became the coveted prey of bandits. There was only one law in force here: the right of the strong, or "Rule of the gun," as the locals called it. In the event of an attack, one could only rely on the strength and endurance of the horses, on the carbine, and a little bit of luck. The Road to the West by Dmitriy and Anna, on Flickr Instructions are on Rebrickable.
  6. viracocha

    [MOC] Bodyguard

    Princess Kaguya is the daughter of the head of a powerful corporation and a member of an influential clan. She goes to a closed high school where no one knows about her background.A cyborg was assigned to escort and guard her. In this model, artificial intelligence (AI) was replaced by the formatted consciousness of a living person. It is believed that human intelligence shows better cognitive abilities compared to AI, and formatting saves it from unnecessary memories and emotions, which makes cyborgs of this type ideal machines. As a result of the error, the formatting did not occur completely and the cyborg "remembers" his past life as Ryuichi the leader of the youth gang who died in a street fight. An emotional connection is established between the girl and her bodyguard.Terrorists kidnap a girl to put pressure on her father. At the same time, the cyborg bodyguard was seriously damaged. When the kidnappers decide to destroy him, the princess shields him with her body and threatens to kill herself if anything happens to him."I'll be your bodyguard from now on, Ryuichi..." Bodyguard by Dmitriy and Anna, on Flickr Cyborg Princess Kaguya Instructions for girl and cyborg are avaliable on Rebrickable.
  7. viracocha

    [MOC] Barber

    I was asked to show the rear view of the model. Here is the render:
  8. viracocha

    [MOC] Barber

    What a touching story @Toastie! We hope that you will share with us its continuation.
  9. viracocha

    [MOC] Barber

    @1963maniac, I'm glad you liked it! @Scoar Sonander, thank you for the kind comment. Insightful @MAB gave the correct answer it is straight razor.
  10. viracocha

    [MOC] Barber

    - Sit down, please! Barber by Dmitriy and Anna, on Flickr Instructions are here!
  11. viracocha

    MOC Aviator

    I continue to build a series of historical toy soldiers. Meet the new figure - Aviator. This World War I pilot in a leather jacket and traditional white scarf. Aviator by Dmitriy and Anna, on Flickr Aviator by Dmitriy and Anna, on Flickr I am happy to accept suggestions from anyone whom to build next. The instructions are avaliable on Rebrickable: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-65445/vir-a-cocha/aviator/
  12. viracocha

    [MOC] Fairysale 70%Off

    The instructions are avaliable here!
  13. viracocha

    [MOC] Knockout

    Knockout by Dmitriy and Anna, on Flickr Instructions are avaliable on Rebrickable: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-51962/vir-a-cocha/boxer/
  14. viracocha

    MOC: Veni, Vidi, Vici

    This MOC is one of the most popular on my flickr. Many people asked for the instructions of the warrior. At last I have restored the design and make the instructions. They are avaliable on Rebrickable: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-50465/vir-a-cocha/roman-legionary/#comments Legionary instructions by Dmitriy and Anna, on Flickr