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  1. Hi guys, I created the first level of Prince of Persia 2 in CAD-Application - Studio. I won't build it in real life, it would be very expensive. Number of parts: over 21 000 Length: 5,7 m Prince of Persia 2: Intro + Gameplay My Lego MOC: Hero and guards:
  2. badchriss

    [MOC] - Persian Ostrich Cart

    Who doesn´t love cool Lego animals and creatures?As for me,i´m always on the hunt for molded Lego animals and a while ago i got this cool little ostrich and a minifig of which both seem to come from the same set. While i was playing around with my Lego ostrich on my desk i thought how cool it would be if the large bird pulls a neat little cart for a minifig to sit in and so it came to live: Persian Ostrich Cart hese persian ostrichs are specially bred and are strong enough to pull a covered wooden cart for very long distances,even able run a fair distance when the situation requires it. IMG_20181227_131821 IMG_20181227_131801 IMG_20181227_131751 The cart holds and shelters one minifigure and the rear even has a trunk to store the minifigs belongings.In front of the minifig a crossbow is mounted to fend off attacking individuals on horse or foot. The drapes and the roof protect from the harsh sun and rain. IMG_20181227_131739 IMG_20181227_131728 IMG_20181227_131722 IMG_20181227_131655 IMG_20181227_131647 Hope you guys like it.Comments are welcome.
  3. Inconspicuous

    Minifigs in the Las Vegas Desert

    Hi there everyone, Whenever I travel, I usually bring a handful of minifigs along and take pictures of them in their "natural habitats." In January I had the chance to travel to Las Vegas, and each day I went hiking in the surrounding desert. Here are some of the better pictures that I took, including Indiana Jones, Prince of Persia, Collectible Minifigs and more. Check out the entire Flickr gallery for even more photos as well as larger versions of the pictures you see here. Also, if you haven't seen my other Minifig Adventures, check out the following Flickr sets: Minifigures at Point Lobos, California Minifigures in Hawaii Indiana Jones in Costa Rica Please let me know what you think of these photos! Thanks for your time. Inky