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  1. Hi, As the Star Wars Episode I - The Phantom Menace - turns 25 (already!!!) this year, and some sweet sets (ekhm...droideka) coming along, I decided to also build one of the icons of the film, and, dare I say, one of the most beautiful Star Wars ship designs ever, the Naboo N-1 starfighter. So, as the N-1 minifig scale built by @Inthert is the pinnacle of this design nearly impossible to improve upon, I went for the model in much smaller (I guess it is mini or larger micro...) scale with an aim to build it as sleek as possible utilizing metallic parts as much as possible. So here it is: N-1 N-1 N-1 N-1 N-1 N-1 I apologize for links, as I could not embed the links as pictures in the post from Flickr properly (don't know why..)
  2. LegoMathijs

    [MOC] Unknown Planet Discovered

    Hi everyone A few weeks ago, I've made this small MOC. The story behind this MOC was easy: 'A new planet is discovered'. I wanted to build a micro-scale space ship with a few pieces, this is the result: 01_Unknown_Planet_Discovered by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 03_Unknown_Planet_Discovered by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr Pictures also on Flickr:
  3. LegoMathijs

    [MOC] X-GARC-01

    A few weeks ago I've made this micro-scale GARC spacehip. I was very busy so I didn't have had time to make some pictures earlier. A micro-scale GARC named X-GARC-01. A FAST spaceship for GARC races. It has four lasers in X-Wing position. Pitures: 01_X-GARC-01 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 02_X-GARC-01 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr Pictures can also be found at my Flickr: I hope you like it
  4. LegoMathijs

    [MOC] GARC Star Cruiser

    Last week I've built this small MOC in just an hour. It's a micro-scale GARC Star Cruiser. It's a fast spaceship. And it has landing gear. Pictures: 01_GARC_Star_Cruiser by LegoMathijs, on Flickr 02_GARC_Star_Cruiser by LegoMathijs, on Flickr Pictures also at Flickr: Hope you like it :)
  5. Seats: 1x Batman (Adam West.) My aim was to pack as much detail as possible whilst still having clarity and simplicity into the model without having additional weight to the model e.g. height and length. Two aspects of the model wouldn't have made the outcome as accurate those are the '6141554 - Plate 2X2 27 Deg' and '6141556 - Right Plate 2X2 27Deg' for the front and rear of the model. Additionally the featured stickers are from '75909 - McLaren P1' which add the iconic front details. Ironically they are perfectly shaped for this Batmobile. Batman, Classic TV Series - Batmobile (Mighty Micro) by Adeel Zubair, on Flickr Feedback and criticism is much appreciated. Adeel
  6. The visual language is inspired by the '30446 - The Batmobile' ploybag. Mini Batwing by Adeel Zubair, on Flickr Feedback and criticism is much appreciated. Adeel
  7. The Ulandians sneak up on a small castle high up in the mountains... The micro-figure Ulandians Micro-scale is so much fun! My last guerrilla for Challenge IV - it's hard to believe I just said that! Anyways, thanks for viewing, C&C are welcome!
  8. Frank Sinatra and the German-speaking singer Udo J├╝rgens both sang a hymn to the fascinating City of New York. And there's no doubt that especially the Statue of Liberty is one of the most popular landmarks to people around the world. So, after missing the offical brick-built LEGO-Set years ago there was no chance for me to go past the tinier version brought to us by the CMF Series 6. Now I was given the opportunity by members of to honor this very special minifigure within the context of a new CMF-contest (presenting a character from any series on 16x16) and for the first time try out a little forced-perspective-MOC - and get as many famous buildings as possible integrated into my "sykline". That's what "happened" ;): The model itself may be nothing special, especially here on EB, but for me it was not only the first time I seriously am taking part in any kind of LEGO-based competition, it was also the first time that I literally oppressed one of my "beloved" bricks ;). The water-structure is heavily clamped and by reconciling the one-plate-high difference between the two connection points I managed to get a slightly visible "wave" into it. Believe me, I had to... ehm... tranquilize these little, factory-new 1x2 Plates... And yes, of course there are attached some little (and quite obvious) gags... Now I hope you'll enjoy this rather small model and I'm happy for every kind of advice and feedback! Thanks, RC
  9. Lasse

    MOC: Denmark

    Denmark is known as the home of the LEGO company. But if some of you are going to Denmark there are also many other interesting sights. This map shows the most famous tourist attractions and landmarks built in micro-scale. More photos and descriptions can be seen on flickr: It took about 3 months to build the map.