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  1. Devid

    Military Mech X85/V

    My Military Mech X85/V Link Flickr
  2. Devid

    Military Micro Mecha X84

    My Military Micro Mecha X84 Link Flickr
  3. While officially listed as Feuer Der Befreiung (as German is the official language of my fictional nation) Fires of Liberation takes place in the fictional Asian country of South Mirthan. The story revolves around 5 characters of varying personality, motivation etc. as there are thrown together by the nations compulsory service laws. When South Mirthan comes under attack by its Northern Neighbor, the five are thrown to the front lines. The promo image is here. The first two parts of the series are finished, with the third nearing completion. links to both are below Part 1 https://www.flickr.c...57646530131721/ Part 2 https://www.flickr.c...57647551444151/ Information about the Kingdom of South Mirthan can be found on my MOCpages here. http://www.mocpages.com/home.php/35435
  4. nerdsforprez

    Exosuit MG 2.0

    Sadly, because I increased the legs from 3L to 4L for the liftarms on the thighs, I cannot enter the Exo Suit competition. Too bad, I think this would have been a good entry. Because I cannot enter it, I am posting it here. I have seen a lot of good renditions of the suit, but to be honest, I thought people would be modding this more! Such a fun build. If the rules change, and this is later allowed to be submitted for the contest, please let me know! Thanks! I apologize for just posting my MOC pages. For some reason I cannot upload my pics. Says I have exceeded my disk space. My photos are only 50-70 kb, so I know this cannot be the case. If anyone has some suggestions or recommendations, let me know. However, pics can be founf on my MOC pages. http://mocpages.com/moc.php/396276
  5. Lazarev N.

    [MOC] RCI Exo-Suit "Sentinel"

    The new model. When you find a favorite old toy + idea + LEGO = coolest soldiers of the children's fantasy!) LEGO + Action Man RCI Exo-Suit Sentinel by FrostNovejkee, on Flickr RCI Exo-Suit Sentinel by FrostNovejkee, on Flickr RCI Exo-Suit Sentinel by FrostNovejkee, on Flickr I liked it, want to try again.
  6. militaryfreak

    König Bär Main Battle Tank V2

    The König Bär (King Bear) is the pride and joy of the South Mirthanese military. introduced in 1997, the König Bär proved more than a match for the North's aging M60 Pattons. armed with a 125mm main cannon with a .50 machine gun and automatic loading system, the König Bär is the mightiest tank in east Asia. its 125 mm rifled cannon is accurate at up to 500 yards, using the latest Thermal and EM imagery systems coupled with advanced IFF. The tank utilizes depleted uranium to reinforce the hull covered by a layer of chobham and ceramics. The laminate steel layer is resistant to RPGs as well.. The König Bär also has the engine placed in front, and a rear escape hatch to allow the crew to escape in the event of the tank being knocked out.
  7. militaryfreak

    M404 Crusader IFV

    The M404 Crusader was developed in 1991, and has served the South Mirthanese army admirably. armed with a 25mm cannon that can fire both high explosive, and armor piercing rounds, The vehicle uses Laminate steel combined with heavy grade Aluminum and ceramics, making it impervious to most small arms fire. the angular shape of the hull serves to deflect IED and Landmine explosions, preventing the vehicle from being flipped over it also boasts a 6 hour NBC system to protect the occupants from chemical attacks. The m404 can carry 6 passengers and 2 crew. The M404 is designed to keep pace with, and provide support to MBT battlegroups, as well as carry infantry to the front lines. . The gunner is positioned behind the driver, he utilizes a computer interface to control the gun remotely. The driver can see through 3 cameras, 2 at the front of the hull, another in the rear above the access hatch. He also has a physical periscope in case of malfunctions.
  8. BrickmanJ

    World War Brick

    Here's a topic I thought I would put in, just 'cause. World War Brick is the largest solely military LEGO convention in the world. Supposedly it is, that might not be true, but I'll believe them. It is in its third or fourth year, I believe, now, and it gets bigger every year. It is hosted in Minneapolis, Minnesota, at Brickmania Toyworks. Apart from Brickmania, other vendors come, such as GI Brick, Brickstuff, and others. Will Chapman from Brickarms is also there. Some of the activites besides shopping are looking at Weekend Pass holders' MOCs, looking at the Greater Midwest and Twin Cities LEGO Train Club displays, see Brickmania's dioramas and other builds (Including the new-for-this-year Battle of the Black Sea (Battle of Mogadishu (Black Hawk Down) diorama), or take part in the building of this year's mosaic. Last year it was the Iwo Jima Flag Raising, which turned out to be a resounding success. This year, they are doing the Cobra King picture. I could go on and on, but I have places to be, so I'll wrap this up. Weekend passes are still available for $60.00 for the complete devoters, but for the merely curious, you can buy a public ticket both in advance (it gets you in half an hour early) or at the door. You can buy them here: http://www.brickmania.com/brands/World-War-Brick.html and here ia the website for WWB itself: http://worldwarbrick.com/ I hope this sparks some interest!
  9. Balthazar

    Kammerjäger I

    Kammerjäger I by balthazar_, on Flickr Kammerjäger I moves via air cushion on water and land. It doesn`t need pilot beacuse it is unmanned. In the back part there is locator and battery for autonomic 15 mm miniguns. It is used for destruction of enemy soldiers. Kammerjäger I by balthazar_, on Flickr Kammerjäger I by balthazar_, on Flickr Kammerjäger I by balthazar_, on Flickr Kammerjäger I by balthazar_, on Flickr It reminds me Dalek`s eye :D Kammerjäger I by balthazar_, on Flickr Of course, turret moves. Kammerjäger I by balthazar_, on Flickr With the soldier: Soldier #1 by balthazar_, on Flickr Soldier #2 by balthazar_, on Flickr Kammerjäger I by balthazar_, on Flickr Kammerjäger I by balthazar_, on Flickr Thanks for watching! C&C are welcome! My photostream: My Flickr
  10. Just finished a 3 day build of the Harrier II Plus radar equipped version, as used by the US Marine Corps, Italian Navy, and Spanish Navy. Features include a detailed cockpit with room for 1 minifigure and an opening sliding canopy, opening radome with radar antenna, fully functional landing gear including wingtip "pogo" gear, rotating V/STOL exhaust nozzles, positionable airbrakes, positionable inflight refueling probe, and fully poseable flight control surfaces including doublelayered flaps, ailerons, and all moving horizontal stabilators. Would love any feedback, and please check my other aircraft MOCs on Mocpages and Flickr! http://mocpages.com/moc.php/384426 AV-8B Harrier II Plus carrier based V/STOL attack/close air support/fighter aircraft
  11. I've created many of the various variants of this phamous phighter, including the RF-4 photo reconnaissance version and the NASA research YF-4E used in the Control Configured Vehicle tests equipped with canards. I've also created some of the foreign users of the Phantom, including both major British versions, along with the Japanese Mitsubishi-built EJ model, Israeli Kurnass, German F-4F ICE, and the Greek "Peace Icarus" version. I've taken care to model them including the small variations distinctive to each version or user, so as not to simply create "repaints" and make each distinctive. I would love to hear feedback, as this project was my first attempt at large scale (approx. 1:20th) highly detailed LEGO aircraft MOCs, and a lot of the lessons learned have worked their way into my other models. Features include a detailed tandem cockpit with room for 2 minifigures and dual opening canopies, opening radome with radar antenna, fully functional landing gear, positionable tail hook, positionable emergency ram air turbine generator, positionable airbrakes, and fully poseable flight control surfaces including flaperons, spoilerons, and all moving horizontal stabilizers. Thanks for looking! http://mocpages.com/folder.php/176673 US Navy / Marine Corps Phantoms; F-4H1 Phantom II carrier based fighter aircraft, pre-production version F-4A Phantom II carrier based fighter aircraft, first production version F-4B Phantom II carrier based fighter aircraft (VF-111 "Sundowners") F-4J Phantom II carrier based fighter aircraft (VF-84 "Jolly Rogers") F-4J Phantom II carrier based fighter aircraft (VX-4 "Evaluators" call sign "Vandy 1", nickname "The Black Bunny") F-4J Phantom II carrier based fighter (VF-96 "Fighting Falcons" call sign "Showtime 100") F-4N Phantom II carrier based fighter aircraft, rebuilt F-4B (VMFA-531 "Grey Ghosts") F-4S Phantom II carrier based fighter aircraft, rebuilt F-4J RF-4B Phantom II carrier based photo reconnaissance aircraft QF-4B Phantom II target drone aircraft, modified from F-4B
  12. Hello friends! I have been entertaining myself recently with LDD. I have always loved aviation and especially military planes. I have seen some beautiful large-scale builds of the famous SR-71 Blackbird but they are always so huge, and I had some ideas to make a smaller, more practical model, perhaps sacrificing detail for the sake of practicality. Anyway, I would love all your comments, criticisms, and suggestions. Don't be afraid to be harsh- I really want to know how I am doing. Thanks in advance! http://imgur.com/a/Cuyy9
  13. rx79gez8gundam

    Vought F-8 Crusader

    This was developed from my A-7 Corsair II MOC, but with a redesigned and lengthened forward fuselage, new vertical stabilizer, longer tailpipe, and new cockpit canopy and control panel. I have created two variants thus far, the upgraded F-8E fleet air superiority fighter and the upgraded RF-8G photo reconnaissance aircraft. Features include a detailed cockpit with room for one minifigure and an opening canopy, opeing radome with radar antenna, fully functional landing gear, opening and positionable inflight refueling probe, positionable variable incidence wing, positionable airbrakes, positionable tail hook, folding wings, and fully poseable flight control surfaces including flaps, ailerons, spoilers, and all moving horizontal stabilators. Any feedback would be appreciated! http://mocpages.com/folder.php/177326 F-8E Crusader carrier based fighter aircraft RF-8G Crusader carrier based photo reconnaissance aircraft
  14. rx79gez8gundam

    Vought A-7 Corsair II

    These are some of my newer MOCs, starting with the A-7A Corsair II. I've created both the single and dual seat versions, and both the US Navy and US Air Force/Air National Guard variants. This also was the basis for my F-8 Crusader MOC, ironic as the A-7 attack aircraft was derived from the F-8 fleet air superiority fighter in development reality. As usual, they are loaded with working features and as much detail as I could pack in. Please leave feedback! http://mocpages.com/folder.php/177237 A-7A Corsair II carrier based attack aircraft TA-7C Corsair II carrier based attack/training aircraft A-7D Corsair II attack aircraft A-7E Corsair II carrier based atttack aircraft A-7K Corsair II dual control attack/training aircraft
  15. rx79gez8gundam

    Grumman EA-6B Prowler

    This is a major rework of my A-6 MOC, with a newly designed radome and forward fuselage with a new double tandem cockpit with separately opening canopies. Even though I started with an existing MOC, it still took several days to engineer the new forward section and get the look right. Features include dual tandem seat cockpits with room for 4 minifigures, opening dual canopies, opening radome with radar antenna, fully functioning landing gear, folding wings, positionable emergency ram air turbine generator, positionable crew boarding ladder, positionable tail hook, and fully poseable flight control surfraces including flaperons, spoilerons, wingtip airbrakes, and all moving horizontal stabilators. I would love any feedback! http://mocpages.com/folder.php/176678 EA-6B Prowler carrier based electronic warfare aircraft
  16. rx79gez8gundam

    Grumman A-6 Intruder

    <p>This was my second large scale LEGO aircraft MOC project, starting with the A-6E FLIR model. I have so far made 4 variants of this aircraft, including the original A-6A, the electronic warfare EA-6A, the airborne tanker KA-6D, and the aforementioned A-6E. They are a slightly larger scale than the F-4 MOCs, around 1:18th, and every bit as detailed with numerous functioning parts and details. Features include a dual seat cockpit with room for 2 minifigures, opening sliding canopy, opening radome with radar antenna, fully functioning landing gear, folding wings, positionable emergency ram air turbine generator, positionable crew boarding ladder, positionable tail hook, and fully poseable flight control surfraces including flaperons, spoilerons, wingtip airbrakes (A-6A, A-6E) or fuselage mounted airbrakes (EA-6A, KA-6D), and all moving horizontal stabilators. Would love to hear feedback! http://mocpages.com/folder.php/176677 A-6A Intruder carrier based attack aircraft EA-6A Intruder carrier based electronic warfare aircraft KA-6D Intruder carrier based refueler aircraft A-6E Intruder carrier based attack aircraft
  17. Introducing the light weight crowd control vehicle for the future: Recon ROCKA For military or law enforcement use. Packed with all the cool features You need to keep that pesky crowd riots at bay! Powerful diesel engine, high grip run flat tires, Super Xenon roof mounted headlights with the patented Epilepsee TM strobe function. It features a rear mounted tear gas grenade dispenser, roof mounted IR camera for driving and/or target acquisition in a smoke screen filled environment. And also High Viz IR-compatible IFF ID sign to avoid that nasty friendly fire. Virtual 360 cockpit with up to 12x zoom capability and IED safe flooring. TACCOM 300 Uplink communication system. Here You can see it in use, roof serves very well as an observation point. "He looks dead to me from up here" Link to gallery with a few extras: Thanks for watching C,C welcome as always! /Mechamike
  18. Just a small historical representation of German troopers equipped with early and late-war weapons: MP40, MG34, MP44, Luger pistol, Stielhandgranade 24. Custom parts have been made by BrickArms.
  19. Enter the Eagle at Singapore Airshow 2014! This brick F-15SG comprises more than 150 parts and took more than half a year to design. It was quite a challenge to get it true to scale at this size. I’ve added in details like the airbrake and missiles, and built the wings sideways to make them as smooth as possible. The new 1x2 slope (part 11477) worked really well here. Hope you like it. Cheers! http://www.facebook....cksbencreations http://www.flickr.com/photos/bricksben http://www.bricksben.com
  20. Can someone direct me to the best lego vehicle design such as humvees, helicopters, jets and tanks. Also any decals would be helpful because i am setting up a moc. So can someone please tell me the best way to do these mocs?
  21. UPD RENAULT FT-17 two versions of it. ALECTO _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ USSR SPG SU-26 French SPG ARL V39 German SPG PzJag 38(t) Hetzer USA Light Tank T 71 French SPG AMX 13 F3 AM I'm going to update this topic with new models
  22. I was just playing around with some parts when I decided I wanted to make a M3 halftrack (which, btw is something I have wanted to do for ages). During the built I also decided to make it all purist, so here you have it, pretty neat design, and completely purist, I even made a brick-built browning, just like the good´Ol days ;-) Lego M3 Halftrack [MOC] by =DoNe=, on Flickr Oh and before I forget, more pictures can be found on my MOCpage: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/370183
  23. Minifig Lecturer

    Battleship

    Hi all, I have been experimenting with my first attempt at a battleship - photos attached. Comments or suggestions most welcome but keep in mind I have tried to cap the width of the ship at 14 studs to fit in with other ships eg LEGO's Maersk and I have tried to create a style ship more akin to WWI - WWII eras. The ship is still a work in progress although is unlikely to change drastically for now. Apologies in advance at quality of some of the pictures... bit blurry.