Dreamweb

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    His name ISN'T Steve.
  • Birthday 07/24/1981

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  1. Dreamweb

    [COMIC] "Kings And Queens Of The Sea" - Episodes

    And now Chapter 3: The Goddess of Passion - watch it as a movie on Instagram! Or read it in the Brickshelf folder... And I can finally provide a link to Chapter 2 on Brickshelf as well (although I do recommend the Instagram version).
  2. Dreamweb

    [COMIC] "Kings And Queens Of The Sea" - Episodes

    Well, there seems to be a problem with Brickshelf (again), as they haven't made my new chapter public yet. Anyway, the movie version of Chapter 2 is already on Instagram and can be viewed here: CHAPTER 2: Old friends, new friends
  3. Dreamweb

    [COMIC] "Kings And Queens Of The Sea" - Episodes

    As announced some time ago, my comic "Kings & Queens of the Sea" is finally back. However, this is a new beginning, a new story with a new main ship, a new crew (although with characters who appeared in the old series), etc. Therefore, in contrast to the old series which consisted of episodes 1 to 37, the new one will have numbered chapters, starting from the first one right here and now: The chapter can be read in its pictorial form FOLLOWING THIS LINK, but that's not all! With this new series I have also introduced a new feature, namely - all chapters will also be presented as movies, so that all you have to do is press play and enjoy. These movies will be uploaded to my INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT, and the first chapter can already be watched right here: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CPm92i3p4V0/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet Just remember to turn on the full screen mode! It realy isn't necessary to read the old series to enjoy the new one, as Chapter 1 serves as an introduction to the current story. That's why it contains some character bios, etc. However, if you want to, the whole comic (old and new series) is always available for reading IN THIS BRICKSHELF FOLDER. Just keep in mind that those old episodes were made long ago (starting from 2008!), when both my building and storytelling skills were much, much worse than today (I hope so :) ). Not to mention the fact that I had ten times less bricks back then, and their diversity and availability was much lower (that was before the return of Pirates in 2009). Anyway, that was the past. Here we are today, with a new series = new quality, a new format (movies), a new story... It does not forget what happened in the old one, but it moves forward! I encourage you to read the first chapter, either as separate pictures or as a movie, or both - it's up to you. I also wish to add that in those early chapters, I was experimenting with the resolution, aspect ratio, etc. of the movies. Chapters 1 and 2 will look different from the rest. Starting from Chapter 3, it will switch to Full HD (1920×1080). For now, we only have Chapter 1, and I plan to add new chapters in more or less weekly intervals.
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    [MOC] Repentance - my new ship

    Well, that's quite a long blog post, thanks!
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    [MOC] Repentance - my new ship

    Thanks, I sent him a message!
  6. Dreamweb

    [MOC] Repentance - my new ship

    I just updated the images in the first post (the first three pictures showing the whole ship). If you could use the new picture(s) in the blog post, that would be great! Thanks!
  7. Dreamweb

    [MOC] Repentance - my new ship

    Thanks! Generally, I prefer white sails. Well, except those released by LEGO of course. On the other hand, a green crocodile head or something like that would probably look good on the sail. By the way, this ship was recently a part of an exhibition we did, you can see the whole Pirate diorama on my Instagram! There are three more ships of mine there too: Eternity, El Mono and The Devil Lady. The islands and two other ships were made by two other MOCers, all great stuff. The exhibition had other things apart from Pirates, too. A Western town and a modern town, plus Star Wars and many individual MOCs. Images from the whole event are HERE.
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    [MOC] Repentance - my new ship

    Thanks! The updated title is so much better!
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    [MOC] Repentance - my new ship

    Thanks, but please remove that Steve thing, that's not even my name, the title was given to me by one of the admins because of past discussions about the minifig informally called Steve (the one from Skull's Eye Schooner), actually I don't like this title all that much.
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    [MOC] Repentance - my new ship

    Aye, it's very nice. You can see it better in close-ups, like the one with the figurehead. That's an interesting approach, I'll definitely keep it in mind when making mine. Especially considering that I have the same hull. No, they are not Pirates. I think it's best to call them merchants, or just simple sailors (the blue crew) who were hired by the people in white for a specific mission. The word mission being the key here. When making the blog post, can you please share the link to the Instagram page too? I've just started this page, so spreading the word would be highly appreciated! https://www.instagram.com/p/COzu_7qhZab/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet
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    [MOC] Repentance - my new ship

    Thanks, but no, there is not a single Duplo brick in this ship. The sterncastle piece is from the 4+ Pirate ship though (set 7075): On the other hand, I do have a Duplo hull and I am planning to make a System ship based on it, so who knows...
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    [MOC] Repentance - my new ship

    Hello there. Like always, it has been some time since I posted a new ship MOC, but, well, it's finally here. And by the way, with this ship I started experimenting with Instagram membership, so any feedback there will be highly appreciated too (hope it's not against regulations, and even if it is, we're pirates, so... ): https://www.instagram.com/p/COzu_7qhZab/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet Anyway, here's "Repentance": She uses custom sails made from some very nice thick and slightly embossed paper. The hull was customised using this procedure... Not much room for a captain's cabin, but at least he has a bed and some rum. Oh, and the ship was built to be eventually used in my COMIC SERIES. When it's back... One day. :) And when this happens, this weird-looking crew (I mean those guys in white seen in the first three pictures) will be explained. But that's another story. For now, that's it, plase leave your comments here and follow me on Instagram if you wish. I'm planning to repost some of my older stuff there soon, not just pirates, other things too.
  13. Dreamweb

    False Memories and the Mandela Effect - Lego Edition

    Impossible. I've never had an idea book in my entire life; I only saw scans of some of them here on Eurobricks and on other sites, but that was much, much later. Back in those times, I only had standard catalogues and the smaller leaflets they were adding to most sets.
  14. Dreamweb

    False Memories and the Mandela Effect - Lego Edition

    Here's something from me. Back in the early 1990s, I swear I saw in my LEGO catalogues some minifigs with short legs, meant to represent children. They were in some town sets. Granted, I didn't have any such figs myself, but I wasn't much of a town person back then. The memory was so vivid that when the Star Wars sets first came out a few years later and I saw the Yoda fig, I immediately thought "Oh yeah, they reused those short legs from the Town series to make him". Fast forward to maybe two years ago, when on some website they were showing something like 'The history of the LEGO minifig'. It presented the evolution of the minifigs of course, from the version without articulated legs and arms, etc. But when I saw a picture of Yoda in there, and an explanation that the short legs were first introduced with Star Wars, I was like 'Come on, this is obviously a mistake. Town sets used short legs a lot earlier'. Then I did some searching on sites like Bricklink and Brickset and, what do you know, it turned out they were right, the short legs were indeed first introduced with Star Wars. I was shocked. I still remember reading those old catalogues and seeing short legs in them!
  15. I've had the exact same problem with one of my BSBs. Just don't push the upper part all the way down into the lower part; the rigging pieces should hold it in place anyway.