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  1. Dwarves' Airship

    I love it!
  2. Lady McZep

    Thanks! You should try! There are not enough lego airships. The entire zeppelin is made possible thanks to the Mixel balljoints. They are really strong. I almost didn't use any technic lego. I only used support collumns in the straight middle part. No it is not. It is four times half of the Large Buzz Lightyear helmet. I agree an airship set or a steampunk theme would be awesome! Thanks! I uploaded some really large pictures on flickr so you can zoom in. About the curve: It is basicly brickbending with 1x2 plates. They are attached in the middle straight on headlights and brackets. On the ends only a few plates are attached with balljoints and headlights. Touch it and it will explode. I was really interested in BotBS but after seeing so many explanation topics it seemed to difficult to me.
  3. Lady McZep

    Lady McZep by Thomas van Urk, on Flickr The Lady McZep is the ship of the dreaded skypirates. Led by their dountless captain these pirates travel the atmosphere and plunder everything on their path. High in the stratosphere they seek fortune, fame and glory. Any unlucky airship that meets them will meet an unfortunate end. Building this thing was actually the most frustrating thing I've ever done. It took me about a year. Lady McZep by Thomas van Urk, on Flickr For the Colossal Battle contest on Flickr I made this scene. It had to show some sort of naval warfare so I crashed a zeppelin in the ocean and then blamed the pirates. Attack of the Lady McZep by Thomas van Urk, on Flickr These pirates surely are enjoying their exuberant lifes of plunder and murder and additional activities associated with piracy! Attack of the Lady McZep by Thomas van Urk, on Flickr More pictures on Flickr and Thanks for looking! Lady McZep by Thomas van Urk, on Flickr
  4. [WIP] Castle Gate and Market

    I like the use of different colours in the wall. I'm wondering if it is all lego. What did you use to make the effect?
  5. Another airplane by Thomas van Urk, on Flickr Another airplane by Thomas van Urk, on Flickr
  6. [MOC] Modular building in Russe Bulgaria

    Thanks! I'm not inspired to make an interior for this building but I will photograph another building with interior soon.
  7. Pirates of the Carribean 5 Sets Discussion

    I was really hyped for any new pirate ship but this turned out to be just a mess of parts. The blurred picture looked like a nicely curved ship, but that turned out to be the play feature. I hope this isn´t the only set we get, or actually I do because that will save me a lot of money.
  8. First Set You Couldn't Buy

    5988 Faraos Forbidden Ruins Ultimate dream set. I have it twice now. The second time I bought it just because the beautiful box was included. The exact same story goes for 5986 Amazone Ancient Ruins.
  9. [MOC] Modular building in Russe Bulgaria

    Thanks everyone for your kind words! The gray tire is my favorite part too.
  10. Russe Bulgaria by Thomas van Urk, on Flickr Russe Bulgaria by Thomas van Urk, on Flickr
  11. light flesh 2x4 bricks. I got them from a friend of mine who told me he got them from a PaB wall years ago. I believe they were only produced for the big Basketball player sculptures at Legoworld.
  12. I really like the way you made the explosion. I've never seen that before. Your pictures look a lot better than yesterday.
  13. Thanks for commenting! The roof can be opened but there is no interiot yet. The instructions for the first plane were made by a friend of mine years ago. I will have to ask him if he likes to make instructions for the trimotor. Thanks! None of the planes are existing. I wanted to make a Ford Trimotor but halfway building I decided I wanted to make a Junkers Ju 52. The result is a mix of both.
  14. Trimotor by Thomas van Urk, on Flickr Trimotor by Thomas van Urk, on Flickr Trimotor by Thomas van Urk, on Flickr
  15. MOC Modulars Inspired by real buildings

    Modular Moc Madness Contest 2014 by Thomas van Urk, on Flickr Inspiration by Thomas van Urk, on Flickr