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  1. Sérgio

    Southern Pacific J1 #1111

    You start with some huge stuff! The Stud.io doesn't recognize the flex tubes (Hoses 3mm) exported on Lxf files, just delete the tubes and put some from stud.io and then you can bend'em.
  2. Sérgio

    KKSTB Klasse 80 0-10-0 "Die Kaiserlokomotive"

    You build amazing Steam stuff, you could try to render some of your works export the lxf. files to Stud.io :) You can also put some parts that don't even exist in LDD or deactive the colision tool to make more detail, like the rods.
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    [moc] Great Northern M-2 class 2-6-8-0

    Sand green suits perfectly!
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    English Electric - Takargo 1449

    I try, and have mixed feelings, now the roof looks more an Alco RS... I think it is more thicker than I expected
  5. Love the interiors, great details her you should build a version half cut, only just to see the inside.
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    English Electric - Takargo 1449

    The old trams from Oporto are gorgeous :) In Europe we have some trains build by Fiat, Rolls Royce, Siemens :) Thank you, I always try to avoid using buffer parts and build my own, I like to use some different parts, like old tires and gears and flowers :) Thank you :) That blue one it is the most Prestige/Exclusive train in Portugal, it calls "Presidential Train" Travel on this it costs more or less the same as build it in real bricks. https://www.thepresidentialtrain.com/en/home I was invite to make a 1 hour travel on that just because I build a Lego version (old version, not the render), it was a good experience :) My first version made 6 or 7 years ago
  7. Sérgio

    1:1 Scale - Tattoo Machine [MOC]

    Thank you:) I was torture a several times to, a picture of me to prove it, with Lego friends, because this is a Lego related Forum :P
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    English Electric - Takargo 1449

    Thank you :) Currently, the Portuguese train fleet is not as diversified, but in the 1970s, there was a lot of North American diesel material, Alco, Whitecomb, General Eletric. The Portuguese and Spanish gauge is different from the Rest of the world, it was a decision taken to prevent invasions during the Second World War, like all the material that came from an outside that had been adapted to circulate here, and then to proceed with electrification, diesel locomotives were pulled over and replaced by more modern electric ones. Some american locomotives (already in Lego version) Alco: Whitcomb: General Electric: Budd:
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    English Electric - Takargo 1449

    That's a great Idea, I reuse my older design when the curve slops dont even exist, I never tough before, using on the roof with clips :) Thank you, I will Improve it all :)
  10. Hi! A tattoo artist challenge me to build a tattoo machine, this is out of I normally do (Trains or music bands) I use various tattoo machines images as references, this is not an exact replica of anything, just a life size scale. I made also a transclear stand.
  11. Sérgio

    [MOC] LEGO Amfleet I Coach

    I thought that this was what had won
  12. Sérgio

    [moc] Reading I-9SC 2-8-0

    You can try Stud.io, it is a little bit more complex than LDD, have more parts (like that missed brackets), more features and you can render your models to have a better view of them.
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    English Electric - Takargo 1449

    It looks like a sad puppy eyes it is not weird to me, I got used to seeing them, in Portugal exists more than 60units most of them are Orange: I also did a Lego version: Almost 10 year old version Some of them are blue: And the old version to: And there is also a Yellow one: There is more, some of the orange were sold to Argentina, and they change the colors also:
  14. Takargo Rail is a Portuguese rail transport company founded in 2006 by Mota-Engil, the company was the first private train operator in Portugal, operating trains in 2008.The company is involved in the rail transport of maritime intermodal freight and bulk freights. Takargo only Have 3 Models of Locomotives: Euro 4000 from Vossloh/Stadler MX-620 (class1550) from Montreal Locomotive Works and 1400 Class from English Electric. this is my favorite one, it is smaller, but strong, it is agile. 7wide, lots of snot, the most satisfied part for me was building the cabin with two windscreens 2 x 6 x 2 on sides and flags on top. this locomotive is prepared to have 9V or PF/PU it have room do pass the cable, but the Battery box have to go on a second waggon (I build a small waggon to that) the truth is, this is a second version, because I build this locomotive several years ago with real bricks, before even exist that curved slopes or round plates 1x2