Captain Roger

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  • Birthday 06/16/1987

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  1. Captain Roger

    [MOC] Imperial Armada Fortress

    Thanks for all the comments in June and sorry for the delay, I have just read them now. All new comments suggest me to improve the MOC, I'll consider it. I don't always have time to build and when I do, I'll probably start a new MOC instead (I also want to buy non-pirate MOCS), but next time I build a Pirate MOC, it will be a improved version of this fortress considering all of your suggestions. Thanks for the tutorial too.
  2. Captain Roger

    [MOC VIDEO] Miyamoto Musashi

    Hi: I have created a video that tell Miyamoto Musashi's story. I have used several pics about his life events and created the video. Isn't an animated video but a sucession of pics with narrative texts, but hope you like it anyway. Here you have: Best regards
  3. Captain Roger

    [MOC] Imperial Armada Fortress

    Thanks a lot for your sincere and constructive comment, JeffBuilds. I'll consider in future MOCs. Best regards
  4. Captain Roger

    [MOC] Imperial Armada Fortress

    Finally, I have built the inside: Oh, I forgot about the other suggestions, but I'll consider it in the future. Best regards!
  5. Captain Roger

    [MOC] Imperial Armada Fortress

    Good suggestion, Brickander. Thanks a lot and I’m glad you find it nice!
  6. Thank you for sharing the comic! I have just looked it now and is nice, even I miss other factions. Best regards!!
  7. Captain Roger

    [MOC] Imperial Armada Fortress

    Thanks Zinnn. Currently, the inside of the building is empty but I'll work in it. I'm glad you like the exterior. Sadly, I didn't find the Imperial Armada flag in Bricklink Studio. Best regards!
  8. Captain Roger

    [MOC] Miyamoto Musahi Duels

    In another MOC I posted, I have been informed about this: Sorry, I didn't know. I feel embarrased. I used spoilers because pics are large and I don't know how to post it in a reduced way so I thought it would be better... but I was wrong. In any case, I hope you like my Samurai-related MOCs
  9. Captain Roger

    [MOC] Imperial Armada Fortress

    Sorry, I didn't know there are such a rule like that. I feel embarrased. In any case, thank you for removing the spoiler and I hope you like my MOC
  10. Captain Roger

    [MOC] Imperial Armada Fortress

    Hi mates: As you know, the 1996-1997 Imperial Armada had no base, and this is something that has always dissapointed me, so I have made a MOC to "solve" it. As a self-criticism to my MOC, I will say that the minifigs have too static postures, but it is more difficult when you do it with Bricklink studio than with physical minifigs. Anyway, that same statism brings me good memories because I find it similar to how they put the minifigs in the last step of the instruction booket, which was precisely to include them (although it is not an excuse, I know). Well, here my MOC: Hope you like it!
  11. Cool scans! 1993 was a great Lego year in my favourite themes. They released the Dragon Knights with a wizard and a dragon, adding fantasy elements to Castle. The other factions (Black Knights and wolfpack) were also cool. 1997 Fright Knights were also cool, but they were a newer version of Dragon Knights. About Space, Ice Planet 2002 was also a cool faction. In your scans we can see 2 Blacktron frozen minifigs. This is the first time I see that because in normal catalogues only one frozen Blacktron appeared. Thanks for sharing!!
  12. Captain Roger

    [MOC] Miyamoto Musahi Duels

    Hi: I have recreated two Miyamoto Musashi duels with Lego. If you don't know, Miyamoto Musashi was a samurai who completely destroyed the Yoshioka school of martial arts by defeating the two masters, who were brothers, in unique duels. Later, he defeated Sasaki Kojiro, who was also a great samurai. First Duel: Miyamoto Musashi Vs Yoshioka Seijuro I was inspired (for the scenery and the representation of Seijuro) in one of the movies directed by Tomu Uchida, in which this duel appears. Seijuro's head does not have a suitable head accessory (cap, hair, etc) because the accessory that most convinced me (the bald guy with bandana) does not appear in Bricklink Studio (it seems that not all the pieces are there). If what I'm telling you sounds totally unknown to anyone, Miyamoto Musashi was a samurai who completely destroyed the Yoshioka school of martial arts by defeating in unique duels the two masters, who in turn were brothers.Well, here I show you my MOC, I hope you like it: Second Duel: Miyamoto Musashi Vs Sasaki Kojiro If any of you know this story, I think you will see that I have made an effort to characterize the two samurai very well, as they are believed to have been. You will also notice that I have made an effort at historical rigor (it was on an island, Musashi arrived because he was taken there in a boat, and fought with a wooden stick, while Kojiro, more orthodox, used a sword). I hope you like it. Here you have: Hope you like it!
  13. Captain Roger

    Duel between Miyamoto Musashi and Sasaki Kojiro

    Thanks for replying. The description of this subforum is “The castle MOCers paradise” so I thouhgt this was the right place to post my creation since is a Castle MOC. If I did a mistake, please move my thread to the correct subforum. If more users have problems with my pics, I'll look for a solution. Best regards.
  14. Hello: After years without making MOCs I have made a recreation of the historical duel between Miyamoto Musashi and Sasaki Kojiro. I leave here the picture of the duel, and the details of the minifigures. If any of you know this story, I think you will see that I have made an effort to characterise both samurais very well, as how they are believed to have been. I guess you will also notice that I have made an effort to be historically accurate (the duel was on an island, Musashi arrived in a boat, and he fought with a wooden stick, while Kojiro, more orthodox, used a sword). I hope you like it!
  15. Captain Roger

    The beggining of Lego Star Wars

    When did Lego decide to get the Star Wars license and release toys from such movies? Knowing that the Phantom Menace is from 1999 and that the first Lego Star Wars sets are from that same year, it is clear that it was in the wake of that movie. However, knowing that the script for the Phantom Menace began to be written on November 1, 1994 and the film began shooting on June 26, 1997, it is possible that The Lego Company had negotiated with Lucasfilm long before 1999. In that case there are several possibilities: A) Lego got the license but was unable to create Phantom Menace toys until the film was complete, since that's when it could see the new characters, vehicles, etc. However, it was able to take advantage of this to create toys for episodes IV, V and VI. B) Lego had access to some Phantom Menace data before the movie was completed, which allowed them to focus on coming up with new sets, parts and minifigs before the general public was aware of the movie. So what happened, when did Lego get the license, when did they get to work on the first sets in their SW line? I find it very interesting how AFOL that topic, as I think that first license obtained changed LEGO forever, affecting also lines outside Star Wars. I look forward to your help. Best regards and thanks in advance