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I have wanted to build this behemoth since I was a child. HMS Victory port by Anders Thuesen, on Flickr HMS Victory stern by Anders Thuesen, on Flickr HMS Victory både by Anders Thuesen, on Flickr HMS Victory bow by Anders Thuesen, on Flickr HMS Victory aft by Anders Thuesen, on Flickr HMS Victory starboard by Anders Thuesen, on Flickr Fully Rigged Ship, Three Masts 11D I hope to find a way to make this a real build.
This was my last moc in 2011 My first Ship of the line HMS Leopard LDD by Anders Thuesen, on Flickr Fully Rigged, Three Masts 11C HMS Leopard Bow2 by Anders Thuesen, on Flickr HMS Leopard bow by Anders Thuesen, on Flickr HMS Leopard Port by Anders Thuesen, on Flickr HMS Leopard Sektioner by Anders Thuesen, on Flickr Hms Leopard starboard by Anders Thuesen, on Flickr This was a huge model at the time. It brought my computer to its knees. It included a lot of the design features that could be seen on my previous design. HDMS Lougen HDMS Lougen on the shelf by Anders Thuesen, on Flickr And yes the HDMS Lougen can be found elsewhere under the name "Danish navy brig by Anders T" It was most kindly shared by Admiral Croissant. The model was designed in 2011, built in 2013 and still stands on a shelf in my home.
The other day I started working on my very first Ship Of The Line! After seeing all of those fantastic ship's I could no longer resist the urge to try it out myself. So here I'am. As you all know this will be a project that will take a couple of months to finish so I figured I should let you see the building process and give some helpful advice if you feel like it One of the things that I just want to tell you all is that she will be built on Pre-fab Hulls, so don't even try. I have already done some progress that I will show you in the following pictures: Her is how she looks like right now. I didn't really have a choice when it came to the colors. I have way to many brown parts to just let them lay around, the black is well, standard and the dk brown was very cheap. This isn't of course the final design so your inputs are more than welcome! This will be her total length, 8 mid-sections in total. Just like any proper ship of the line she can be split up in parts to reveal her soon to come interior. I hope you all will enjoy the ride! P.S she have no connections to the real Vanguard, I just had to quickly find a name.
Hi all LEGO lovers! I've bought this Mindsensors LineLeader sensor some weeks ago. But i'm not really satisfied with the result. The veichle zig-zag a lot, and i saw some videos of this sensor at Youtube (like Xander's) but my result is net even close to his. A picture and a video will come soon. my question is; What is your experiences of the sensor? is there a minimum wheel size, for making it work properly? maybe the sensor has to be a minimum distance from the driveaxle? Hope some of you guys can help me - need it to drive 100% correct all the time, 'cause the veichle will drive UNDER a table at LEGO exhibitions.