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  1. Hello all, new to Eurobricks. I've always been interested in the Napoleonic Wars, and never felt there was a good Lego representation of the British army uniforms of that time. So I went ahead and had some designed, based on Woody's templates. I also bought some headgear from Woody's Shapeways store - the bearskins are especially nice. I also made a British fort, complete with garrison and general officers. By the way the resolution of the pictures does not do the digital printing justice... it is really high quality.
  2. 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! 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.
  3. HMS Victory

    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.
  4. HMS Leopard

    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.
  5. HMS Lively

    A rather big LDD-design This designed to look like the British fifth-rater HMS Lively HMS Lively LDD by Anders Thuesen, on Flickr HMS Lively parts by Anders Thuesen, on Flickr HMS Lively boats by Anders Thuesen, on Flickr HMS Lively top by Anders Thuesen, on Flickr HMS Lively Side by Anders Thuesen, on Flickr Fully rigged ship - Frigate - 22D From my most productive year(so far) 2011. This model represented quite a leap forward in my designing ambitions.
  6. Histoire en Briques

    On my holiday to Germany/Netherlands I traveled three hours in the car to see the site of my favourite battle: Waterloo. In the town of Waterloo there was a small hall which had an event centred around captivating the period of Waterloo in Lego. Me being an avid Lego fan I pounced in and snapped up some photos for you lovely folks here at Eurobricks (Whether I was allowed to I am not sure but there were plenty of other people doing so and the staff looked careless anyway). Enough of my blethering, here's the link to my Flickr album. Thanks for looking!
  7. [pid][/pid] 253B Hi everyone, I have just updated my Napoleon's La Grande Armée. It contains more than 225 minifigures, including 130 regulars, hussars, grenadiers, artillery men, heavy cuirassiers etc. I hope You'll like it. More photos: jackdaw2211, on Flickr. army10 by jackdaw2211, on Flickr army4 by jackdaw2211, on Flickr
  8. Hi everybody, when I started to build a lego ship in summer 2012 the plan actually was to come up with a fourth rate ship of the line around 50 or 64 guns. But it became bigger and I added four guns per gun deck (two each side). So now I have a broadside with 28 guns on the gun decks and 9 guns on the main deck. That makes a 74 gun ship of the line. Not counted were two guns astern and 6 carronades (thanks to Admiral Bejaune for the design) on the poop deck. When it comes to the rigging I first wanted to use the classic Lego prefab ship masts from the old pirate sets. But the ship is too big to use them. I will use brick built masts, but it will last a bit I can show you pictures because I first have to buy round bricks. I hope Dread Pirate Wesley and Imperial Shipyards have nothing against me inspecting the riggings they used on their ships. Sometimes Its better to use wonderful details which allready were built than have to come up with new ones. Now I reached the point of not having any bricks I could use for my project so finally I have to buy some. Do you guys know a good online brick source where i can buy masses of similar bricks? If you are interested in the earlier progress here you go with the link of the old thread: http://www.eurobrick...showtopic=71980 Also my brickshelf folder, which doesn't contain all pictures because its new and I still have problems with uploading .zip folders and I'm just bored of doing it one by one: http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=527858 Wellesley! Just a copy of the last post of the old progress thread: Here the latest pictures: