dugmence

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  1. dugmence

    [MOC] Train Station

    @lego9vtrainfan for the roof was used typical brick bending, nothing special. The roof is attached to the rest of the buildings with bricks with clips, which are attached to the flag poles, on the roof of the building, there are plates with clips. thanks lego9vtrainfan and LEGO Train 12 Volts
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    [MOC] Train Station

    @Merlict I have never tried to make a train. Once I've made an additional car for red passenger train in LDD, but nothing more than that. Thanks JasperL and Merlict As promised, here are some details of the interior
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    [MOC] Train Station

    @Roadmonkeytj my favorite picture is actually the last one, from the side in the dark @Man with a hat I will try to upload some pictures of details, I think there are some really nice ones Thanks Roadmonkeytj, Man with a hat & Chiaroscuro
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    [MOC] Train Station

    Thanks sed6, neonic & zephyr1934
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    [MOC] Train Station

    Thanks Pdaitabird
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    [MOC] Train Station

    Here is my latest MOC. A train station built for Bricks in the Six Convention, which was held in Toronto last weekend. Approximately 60 hours was spent on this project. Roof alone contains over 5000 pieces. My estimate for the entire MOC is over 15000 pieces. If you have any questions, feel free to ask.
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    [MOC] MMMMM....Turkey

    Thank you guys
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    [MOC] MMMMM....Turkey

    Here is the MOC which I have presented at this years Brickfete in Toronto, Canada. Theme for this year was food, so I have decided to build something on this subject, and not some of historic themes, which I usually build. EV3 sensor is built in into the door and it triggers the motor, when someone is 1 meter or less away from the MOC. DSCN6901 by Dushko D, on Flickr DSCN6902 by Dushko D, on Flickr DSCN6903 by Dushko D, on Flickr At one moment, lights were dimmed, and here is how it looked at that moment :) . by Dushko D, on Flickr Very short video demonstration. I will have to record another one soon, and replace this one. DSCN7298 by Dushko D, on Flickr Some of you might already seen this in action at Community Manager's for Americas Instagram last weekend. ;)
  9. dugmence

    XIX Century City

    It is more Sava than Danube rivershore. However, "TheWinner" ("pobednik" in original) statue looks over the confluence of these two rivers.
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    XIX Century City

    thank you all. I forgot to mention, this MOC is modular, 9 baspeplates connected with technic pins. Houses are standing on jumpers.
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    XIX Century City

    Here is my latest creation prepared for Brickfete 2016 in Toronto. Inspiration came from old pictures of Belgrade, Serbia. I have spent around 50 hours of building time during two weeks. Parts count: around 15,000 DSCN5800 by Dushko D, on Flickr DSCN5801 by Dushko D, on Flickr DSCN5804 by Dushko D, on Flickr DSCN5805 by Dushko D, on Flickr DSCN5809 by Dushko D, on Flickr
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    Pirate's Island

    Thanks everyone. I will try to provide pictures of underwater animals during the weekend. I did not track time I've spent building, but it was no more than 25-30 hours
  13. dugmence

    Pirate's Island

    That is correct. 3x3 standard baseplates or 96x96 studs, depending on which units you prefer :)
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    Pirate's Island

    This MOC have started from that water idea, and everything else was easy ;) Bring it on!
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    Pirate's Island

    He's taking a shower :) There is a soap in his other hand Brickfete was last weekend in Toronto, and this MOC was there ;)