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Hello all, first-time poster after lurking for a few months. I recently got some figures digitally printed, and they came out really well. Special thanks to Woody64 for the templates on which I based the designs. More to come, including close-ups of the figures... enjoy! http://www.moc-pages.com/moc.php/438122 EDIT: Looks like the page is not up on MOCpages yet (thanks for the heads up Woody!)... I'll post again when it has been approved.
It’s my first time posting here and I apologize for linking off forum but I posted this in my usual stomping grounds, pirates, and it hasn’t gotten a lot of attention. Though it’s hardly purest, nor super hero based, I’m hoping I can garner some interest and honest feedback from some of the experts here. Since I try so hard for realism on my MOCs (check em out) I’m trying to reflect that level of accuracy and detail in the mini-fig crews of my ships. Despite the, admittedly, low quality of my proto types, what do you all think? http://www.eurobrick...showtopic=89295 Not sure what I’m getting at, not your thing? Just Google search Jack Aubrey or Horatio Hornblower.
TimothyFrog posted a topic in LEGO Historic ThemesI built this for the Sydney Brick Show running this week. It's my first MOC since I was a teenager. I have always loved Paris, and always loved this scene in the book and movie of Les Miserables, thought it was time to make a LEGO version. But as I love Star Wars and super heroes I thought it needed a few touches. :-)