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  1. Raystafarian

    [MOC] Laysan Albatross (Bird)

    My MOC of a Laysan Albatross (Phoebastria immutabilis), scale is roughly 1 stud : 1 cm of an adult bird, give or take a few cm. The model is about 34 studs bill to feet and 84 studs wingtip to wingtip when not folded at all. There is a vertical round brick with axle hole on the underside of the model near the center of gravity so the bird can be displayed in flight. To say this isn't inspired by the work of Thomas Poulsom would be disingenuous at best and an outright lie at worst. The model was first built in Stud.io and then went through several revisions of the physical model. My favorite part of the build was trying to figure out how to keep the bill attached to the head securely - It was also kind of tricky to get the legs to extend out past the tail, which is a defining feature of the albatross. The only part I'm not completely happy about is the eye - the bird should have a dark patch around the eye, but that was near impossible to do with the way the plates are stacked on the face. I also know there under-wings should have some dark pattern on them, but that was simply too difficult to do - adding more (smaller) plates would make the wings too fragile to stay together. Overall, I'm pretty happy with it. Bricksafe gallery with more photos, io file and pdf instructions
  2. Entry for Book III Challenge IV, Category B "The Crown in Daily Life". Memoirs. I jumped out of bed, panicked with the pounding sound coming from the other side of my chamber door. No sunlight came from the outside, meaning it was still dawn. I ran out of the room and there, covered in the shadows of the trees, stood a tall man with a thick brown bush under his nose. - Five minutes. We are going fishing. My father was not an early riser. But if something could take him out of bed before the sun casted its first light, it was important. That morning, he had fetched a horse, tied his bags onto its saddle and prepared breakfast so we would not starve on the road. Make no mistake. It was important. The days in our village were cold, frosty, windy, and slippery. Everyday, through the whole year, through each of the seasons. But there were these other days – only a handful of days, when the gods were good and the clouds would clear out, the wind would stop, and the sun was so warm it made our skins burn. Those were the days my father would go fishing. He taught me the art of catching fish. But not only choosing a bait, casting a net and waiting for a bite. No. He taught me to read the tides and the wind. To hear the forest and perceive the scent of the trees. To observe the animals and learn from their instinctive survival drive. That was fishing for him. - Hear that? It’s a cormorant. This big black bird, called cormorant, I learned, was known for hunting fish. According to my father, no animal in the forest could smell fish like a cormorant bird. So, we would track this big black bird and follow him to the shores, only to find a pond flooded with either salmon, trout or bluegill. - Now, just remember to be patient. Move slowly and steady. Put your hands together and dip them into the water. Feel the flow. Just focus. Breath in. Breath out. It could be a matter of seconds or even hours. - You never go for the fish. You let the fish come to you. And when it does... You grab it. But it sounds much easier that it is. __________ Hope you can all find the hidden crown piece. Let me know what you think. Make sure to check my other entry for category A in this challenge: Louis of Nutwood.
  3. Actionfigure

    [MOC] Dove

    A rock dove - or a common pigeon... Sometimes pigeons still look like their ancestors. Dove by Felix Jaensch, auf Flickr Dove by Felix Jaensch, auf Flickr Dove by Felix Jaensch, auf Flickr
  4. Hello, it has been a long time since my last post. The last year wasn´t very productive. I still have some unfinished big Lego projects. Until then, I show you my new version of a ring-necked-parakeet.
  5. Actionfigure

    [MOC] Common Kestrel

    Hello, I built a lifesize common kestrel (male). It´s my first raptorial bird. I hope you like it.
  6. Actionfigure

    Sulphur-Chrested Cockatoo

    Hello, once more a sulphur-chrested cockatoo! I am still not completely satisfied, so maybe I will give it another shot in the future...
  7. Actionfigure

    [MOC] Robin

    Hello, I built a seasonal MOC. A lifesize robin in the snow. Merry Christmas! P.S.: The robin is available as a set at MOCHUB! The Red Sneaker is also available as a set!
  8. Actionfigure

    [MOC] Crow

    Hello, this is a carrion or American crow (two very similar looking species).
  9. johncheng

    [MOC] Crow

    My flickr page: https://www.flickr.com/photos/122198785@N06/
  10. Arcane arrives! This LEGO TF took me almost 2 months to complete .Arcane transform into a crane ,and *hic* ... a crane . The idea to make this guy came last year and it's been bugging me since , like a song that keeps repeating itself in my brain. I only managed to think of a name for him last week and to my suprise..... "Arcane" (despite being a pretty decent name for a Decepticon, on par with "Bludgeon" ) was NEVER used before in TF universe. Crane Mode My prerequisite for building this mode was that it should have basic functionalities of a typical mobile crane... the boom is able to be raised in excess of 60 degrees and full rotation of the crane using the 4x4 turntable plate. It's a pity LEGO has yet to produce a frictional turnable with maybe steps of 22.5 or 11.25 degree perhaps, as it would be very useful here for me. Crane Mode :D The slender legs of this bird are unable to sustain the weight of this MOC especially when the wings are spread further out. The tail helps alot here to ensure the following poses are possible: Robot Mode One of the last component to be built was the targetmaster chick. Before this I thought of making the weapon/gun to be concealed as extensions to the bird/crane's tail.... but then again buttmaster doesn't sound right. So it's scrapped. NO. Its not a partsformer . Transformation doesn't require parts to be taken off. I would say when it comes to building triple changer TF... Arcane is my tour-de-force. I am very satisfied with how the back kibble looks (thanks to the flexibility of crane neck allowing it to be tucked in fairly nicely on the robot mode's back) . Another thing I enjoy doing is "sculpting" a tight and lean abs for him. Drop by my blog to see more photos and how Arcane transform between modes! Thanks! =) http://alanyuppie.blogspot.com/2017/05/lego-triple-changer-arcane-part-3-of-3.html My days are numbered after this. So I instead of building unique LEGO TF from scratch.. I will be improving/upsizing my past LEGO triple changers .. starting with Springer & Broadside.
  11. Hello, this is a new version of my alexandrine parakeet. I built it from scratch, but I adopted some parts of the old version. The model has a more naturalistic shape now. The colours are still a problem. So I hope you like my solution.
  12. Evening Falls Like a Vulture's Wing A build for the Spire in Book II, Challenge V, Category A As the sun set below the horizon, Ellardin the elf messenger slumped back against the rock. His body was afire with pain every time he moved, as the spear points and arrows lodged in him dug a little deeper into his vitals, and it would not be long now. A rustling behind his ear caused him to look up. A black vulture was perched on the rock inches from his face, its eyes looking hungrily from its red bald head. Ellardin looked away and sighed. His bloody fingers clutched the letter to King Fingolë the Golden, knowing that it would never make it to its destination; those drow huntsmen had made sure of that. More vultures circled and landed around Harafel, his horse, as the light dimmed. The sound of beaks tearing at the soft innards caused the elf to shudder, which in turn caused him to cry out softly in pain as the points worked inwards. The evening was falling quickly now, and the vultures were coming in thickly. Darkness had come. More pictures: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- .............................................................................................................................. Thanks for looking, and C&C welcome. Gideon's vulture design was the inspiration for this build, so a big shout out to him for being inspirational.
  13. Actionfigure

    [MOC] Yellow-Headed Amazon

    Hello, this is a yellow-headed amazon. It is native to Mexico and Guatemala. But there is also a small wild population in Stuttgart, Germany.
  14. The pigeon can fit Lance and his Bot in the opening cockpit, the moving wings hide tiltable missile launchers, the beak can open and the whole neck can be tilted, same for the tail with jet thrusters. Underneath the tail you can find a storage space for Lance's lance and shield.
  15. Phoenix - Lego Technic Bird Phoenix Lego Technic Bird Phoenix Lego Technic Bird Phoenix Lego Technic Bird
  16. FiliusRucilo

    Bird's Nest

    brid's-nest by Filius Rucilo, on Flickr
  17. Actionfigure

    [MOC] Macaw

    Hello , as I promised: a new animal. It´s a new version of a blue and gold macaw. This time it´s a life-size model of a macaw. It is about 78 cm tall. An adult blue and gold macaw can be even bigger, but it was difficult enough to make this thing stable (just with bricks).
  18. Actionfigure

    [MOC] Eurasian Magpie

    Hello, this is my latest creation. It´s a lifesize european magpie. The head is turnable. I hope you like it! P.S.: Please support the "Guinea Pig" in Lego Ideas.
  19. alanyuppie

    [MOC] Millenium Falcon Falcon

    Few weeks ago I put a halt to my LEGO Transformers Breastforce /Liokaiser reveals just to build this guy. He's meant for LEGOLAND Malaysia Star Wars competition which ended last weekend. I didn't win though (I sucks in building diorama and have poor knowledge in SW universe ). Anyway,say hie to Millenium Falcon Falcon fellas: Below is a youtube video on how it transforms: I've posted this creation/idea to LEGO Ideas website in hope to garner 10,000 votes for LEGO to consider producing this as an official set. Please support and give me a push ! Thanks!! https://ideas.lego.com/projects/141705
  20. Actionfigure

    MOC: Cockatiel

    Hello, this is a cockatiel. The feathers on the head should be dark bluish grey, but that´s the only colour that I got short-termed. I hope you like it, though.
  21. jamesuniverse

    [MOC] The Scarlet's Perch

    This LEGO Model is of a Scarlet Macaw currently being displayed at the Dallas Zoo in relations with the "Nature Connects" exhibit by Sean Kenney. This model will be on display until April 10th 2016. This model is just under 12 inches tall and features a "tree stand" for displaying. It was an interesting challenge to get the curves of the bird with correct proportions to the real bird, but all pieces are connected and it is quite sturdy. Thanks for looking! ~JU
  22. Actionfigure

    MOC: Ring-Necked Parakeet

    Hello, this is my ring-necked parakeet. Inspired by the wild parakeets in our city. P.S.: Please support the guinea pig on Lego Ideas! https://ideas.lego.com/projects/115052
  23. Rolli

    Kingfisher

    Kingfisher by rolli, on Flickr For a contest I spontaneously built this kingfisher over the last weekend. I always loved the vibrant colour combination of its feathering. Both dark orange as well as medium azure have quite a limited parts availability but I think it worked out nicely Here's a small picture of its back: Let me know what you think! Best Markus / rolli
  24. Hello, I have a supplement to my adult alexandrine parakeet. P.S.: Please support the guinea pig on Lego Ideas. https://ideas.lego.com/projects/115052