Sérgio

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    [MOC] Faith No More

    Hi This is My Homage to Faith No More, inspired on Sol Invictus Tour (All White with lots of flowers) For those who doesn't know who Faith No More are: Faith No More is an American rock band from San Francisco, California, formed in 1979.[1] Before settling on the current name in 1982, the band performed under the names Sharp Young Men[1] and later Faith No Man.[2] Bassist Billy Gould, keyboardist/rhythm guitarist Roddy Bottum and drummer Mike Bordin are the longest-remaining members of the band, having been involved since its inception. The band underwent several early lineup changes, and some major changes later on. The current lineup of Faith No More consists of Gould, Bordin, Bottum, lead guitarist Jon Hudson, and vocalist/lyricist Mike Patton." (Wikipedia source https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faith_No_More ) The Lego recreation uses a lot of white parts, "Bruce Wayne's white tuxedo", some Technic Structure, some 3rd party parts (Chrome parts and guitars) and I paint the hair of the drummer (Rapunzel hair) The Back curtain it is a light scarf, and the lights are 2€ led lights power by USB with a remote control. I try to find, Heads and Hair the moste close to the elements of the band :) The (ugly) back with a scarf Video with the lights working (filmed by my cellphone) The real band on that stage (warning strong language):
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    [MOC] NMBS/SNCB Class 77

    Hi, I don't know much about this one, A person request me to design a 8 wide version of a Belgic Class 77, so this was the result:
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    [MOC] NMBS/SNCB Class 77

    Well, My main objective is Portuguese Trains. Steam are not in use (except that one) since 1970's, I born in the 80s, so, beside the 0186, I never saw another working steam in life. My knowlegde on portuguese steam is still very low, I made another two small steams digitally, never tested on real life: 2-2-2, and 0-6-0
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    [MOC] NMBS/SNCB Class 77

    Thank you :) My First and only Attempt to a Steam, some years ago
  5. There is no law or rule who defines the width you should use, do whatever you like to do. My trains (they are all MOCs) are 1:48 (kinda) scale, most of them are 7 wide, some of them 6, another 8, and even 9. I just build what it feels right to me at the moment. :)
  6. Hello, Annother Portuguese replica, 8 Wide, more than 50 studs long, can transport 6wide cars (Max 4bricks high) The waggon is a bunch of brackets, plates and tiles, not tested yet in real life. LDD file: http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SergioBatista/train/sekess-v2-2019.lxf
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    [MOC] Vintage Computer Room

    I Can Hear the printer working! great job
  8. I Have beard and Long Hair, but I can't do miracles, just having fun with Trains :) thank you. Thank You :)Show-me some Pictures, I'm european, Not familiar with American Rail :) I Add LDD file, You can have it in your Lego City :)
  9. These originally Spanish locomotives (Renfe Class 313) were purchased in 1988/9 for service in Portugal and returned in 1998, the truth is that I have never seen any in this live color scheme, only in photos. 7wide, about 1030 parts, 46 studs long with two L motors 3-axle Boggies with the middle one sliding sideways for easy turning. Since I develop more locomotives digitally than I can physically do, this is one of the many waitlist models until they are created. The locomotive was made in Lego Digital Designer, with final adjustments in Stud.io, rendered with transparent background Photorealism in which in the end I superimposed on a real photo. RENFE 313 Color Scheme after 1998 (i think so) More diferent Color Schemes of this locomotive to come...
  10. Well... I Have more than 200 train projects on waiting list (I only do MOCs)
  11. I forgot I Have a BS account here: http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/SergioBatista/train/sekess-v2-2019.lxf I also put this link on original post :)
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    [MOC] Alco CP1320 (Ex Renfe 313)

    Thank you :) I superimposed the renders on the backgrounds who have similiar prespective, and edit a little bit. I'm doing all of these on my smartphone using PicsArt APP :) My objective is to look more like a scale model and less a Lego train, if doesn't look like Lego, it means I did a good job :P Another variation of this model
  13. Thank You :) I pretend to build all my Digital projects, just waiting to win the lottery :P however, I can Share the LDD file of this One, there is any way to put this file here?
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    [MOC] Alco CP1320 (Ex Renfe 313)

    Thank you. I know that, the window should go up, but I have a little problem, a stud from a bracket (lime parts are the window), and the only part I can put there is that panel, If i build in real life i will put a sticker cover the bottom of the panel, yes, its cheating, but I am ok with that :) [edit] Or... Maybe this could work :) That is the idea :) Thank you!
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    [MOC] Alco CP1320 (Ex Renfe 313)

    I remeber now, in 2008 I try to do this model in LDD to
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    (MOC) DSB Litra DB (II)

    So clean and the playability of this Post wagon is mindblowing. Great job!
  17. Hello, this is the same model, with same features as But its a little bit older, from another private Freight Rail Company (Takargo Rail) and (in my opinion) with a way better color scheme than Medway. Obviously it is not the only a color change, I have to rebuild a lot, trying to match to the real live locomotive. What do you prefer, this red/dark red from Takargo, or the black/yellow from Medway?
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    [MOC] Vossloh Euro 4000 - Takargo 6000

    No, I only ride Portuguese and NL trains. My favorite ride was an +100years old total wood train, not confortble at all, but it was an amazing feeling.
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    [MOC] Vossloh Euro 4000 - Takargo 6000

    Thank You :) You have any better solutions or suggestions to the windshield? I like to improvement this model. Thank You :) @LEGO Train 12 Volts Already did a great Railjet :) Love it! Railjet and CAT are my favorite European non Iberic passenger trains.
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    [MOC] DEAD CROSS

    Dead Cross are an American hardcore punk supergroup formed in Southern California. The band consists of guitarist Michael Crain (Retox), bassist Justin Pearson (the Locust, Head Wound City and Retox), drummer Dave Lombardo (Slayer and Fantômas) and vocalist Mike Patton (currently of Faith No More and Fantômas All the Special parts: Guitars, Mike Patton Shirt and tattoo arms : Firestartoys Chrome parts: Chrome Block city Band's FB: https://www.facebook.com/deadcrossofficial/
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    [MOC] DEAD CROSS

    Thank you :) Thank you, If this drumeset inspires you, take some more pictures :) LEGO Red Chrome Drumset - Zombie Lombardo by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr Or a more complex one LEGO - Fantômas - Live at Jazz Montreux by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr
  22. Hello, I build lego Trains (Virtual and real bricks) since 2008, and recently i though to myself, what a hell i don't have a odd maintenance machine. I'm honest, i don't know what are the name or some of these and what they are for, I just saw some images on google and try to make the most detail as possible.
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    Railway Maintenance Vehicles and Equipment

    WOW!! great Help!!
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    [MOC] DEAD CROSS

    My versatility stops here, I build Trains, Bands, some little cars, and that's all. :) Thank you so much :) Thank You :) Drumkits are one of my favorite things to build (i'm not a drummer or musician at all) Chrome looks always good, at least on Cymbals to make a difference :)