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  1. Bricknave

    [MOC] Emerald 4-Wide Train

    I used pieces and inspiration from both 31015-1 Emerald Express and 10194-1 Emerald Night to create a compact narrow-gauge train: Most of the inspiration for this came from 31015-1 Emerald Express after I modified it to fit on the minecart rails provided by 7199-1 Temple of Doom. The passenger car can seat up to 4 Minifigures. Both sides can be accessed thanks to hinges. Making room for the engineer was the most challenging design aspect. Thank you for viewing!
  2. imvanya

    [LDD MOC] City style VW Beetle

    It's been a while since I last posted, but I wanted to share this VW Beetle design I've come up with: It's really straight forward and simplistic, but I still find it unbelievably cute. The color scheme is an obvious nod to the 2008 Beetle LEGO produced. As you can see, it's very NPU- and SNOT-light. That's because I wasn't trying to capture some of the more intricate shapes, but to get the overall look of the Beetle using basic City-esque technics. Anyway, all comments are welcome and feel free to follow this link and get the .lxf file
  3. imvanya

    [LDD MOC] City cars

    Hello again, I'm back with some more of my LDD creations, and quite a lot of them. Let's get right to it! 1. What I've got here are a station wagon and a hatchback versions of the car from the set 4435. Not much creativity was involved, but I thought it would be nice to give LEGO citizens some choice) If you have a big family, it's nice to be able to buy something with more room in the back, like a station wagon. And if you don't need a car that big, a hatchback is the best option) 2. But those are just your average cars, what if you have some extra money and want others to know that? Then you will definitely love this one, a huge executive sedan: 3. What's that? You have some extra extra money? You should look no further, as we have just the thing you need - a limousine! 4. But what if you don't even live in a city and those shiny modern cars, let alone the limos, are too fancy for you? Don't worry, we've got you covered. These are cars from the good old days of big engines and cars made of steel, not plastic) And if the roads are too bad even for this truck, just raise it a bit and put bigger tires on: 5. Now let's not forget that young people want to have cars, too. But more often than not it's speed not practicality that they look for. I say, let them have what they want: (A little sidenote: I've built these two 6-wides a few month before the 60007 appeared and it's just unbelievable, how similar they are) 6. Obviously, you can't have people driving around like madmen all the time, so - a police car (another sidenote - this one wouldn't fit a minfigure, but the scale seems to be OK) 7. Police aren't enough? How about the military, more specifically, a guy from the miltary? He's not just "a guy", though, he's a green beret, so he can handle a bunch of speeding kids: 8. And finally, something for the businesses - commercial cars: (Yes, another car to not fit a minfigure. The scale is pretty good, though, and I just wanted to test my SNOT skills) That's all! Let's hope everyone's happy and got what he needed) And remember - speed limits are there for a reason and a green beret is not someone you want to mess with EDIT: uploaded the .lxf files to Brikshelf, so here are the links. All of the 4-wides and both muscle cars are in this file, 4-wide 4x4s are here. Here are the hot rod, 6-wide truck, 7-wide truck, 6-wide 4x4 and police cruiser