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  1. Colony Name: Tortuga Ownership: Sea Rats Location: Sea Turtle Island (Island #10, West Prio Sea ) Island Description: Much of the coast of this Island disappears completely below the waves at high tide, and the surrounding sea is very shallow, allowing only smaller ships to near the island, with exception to a small rocky portion to the northern side. The Island interior--that which stays above water at all times--is dominated by coconut palms and other salt-tollerant species. The small island is the hatching site for innumeral sea turtles, multiple times per year.
  2. The Great Steppes Walking Fortress War Tortoise was a rarely seen but formidable foe, reputed to have been empolyed by raiders from the east against Germanic tribes as early as 434AD. In fact there are few reliable documented cases of it's use in the field of battle, historians stating its lumbering gait, poor maneuverability and likely fictional nature as the major hinderances to its success.
  3. LucByard

    Blacktron Rectifier

    A drone unit for dealing with other drone units that are far too cute and popular for their own good. "These Turtle units are too common-place, and too heavily armed. They've become a problem, a problem that requires... Rectification."
  4. The shipwreck bay is a small portion of rockier coastline on the nothern shore of Sea Turtle Island. Many an unfortunate ship ran aground, not seeingthe deadly riff by flow. The falling tide reveals what's left of the once proud vessels. Nonetheless the Sea Rats found good use for them, refitting some of the shipwrecks for hideouts. Shipwreck Bay by Jacob Nion, auf Flickr Shipwreck Bay by Jacob Nion, auf Flickr This will be licenced as a medium fort in Tortuga.
  5. Nuju Metru

    Grab Shell, Dude!

    I built the big sea turtle for my girlfriend a few months ago. She asked me recently to take a professional picture of it. And then one thing led to another... The coral reef, Marlin, Dory, and Squirt all came together in just about an hour, but I'm quite happy with the finished composition. Hope you like it, leave any/all feedback below!
  6. LEGO Train 12 Volts

    E444-044

    E444-044 Hi everyone, this is the second MOC for my project of Italian locomotives that will affect the period from 1930 to 2015. It's time for the sinuous E444, also called "Tartaruga" that means "Turtle" for its rounded shapes, in exercise from 1967. After seeing the beautiful model made by Helos http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/61979-moc-e444-the-turtle-electric-fs-locomotive/ I've made my own replica with some minus differences like the air intakes on the sides and other pieces not previously available in blue. This locomotive became the official engine of the “Gran Confort” coaches As usual I made this model employing the PF system, using the IR receiver in upside down position and realizing my usual lights Enjoy the pictures... Now what's next? ...stay tuned!
  7. Firstly, I'm not that type of guy who purchases multiple sets however the '21109 - Exo-Suit' was one of them along with '70816 - Benny's Spaceship, Spaceship, SPACESHIP' which I got two of (one to display and one for parts.) Both sets got me into designing MOC's so they have a very special place in my heart. I managed to purchase three copies of the Exo-Suit: one for personal collection with a signed box by Legoloverman andlego_nabii (flic.kr/p/pWVcdC), one I used for parts to build my own Neo-Classic Space MOC's and I still had one sealed. (At the time it was another copy for a parts pack and the cool Minifigures.) I've been questioning myself for a while now with what to do with the extra copy I own. Yesterday I set myself a task to build an alternative model only using pieces from ‘21009 - Exo-Suit.' inspired by the LEGO Movie (2014) 2-in-1 sets. This model contains about 80% of the pieces from that set. It's inspired by the 'Turtle' included with '21109 - Exo-Suit' but it's a larger version of the turtle that can be piloted by a Minifigure,' so essentially it's a Turtle Exo-Suit but I prefer to call it 'Turtle XL.' Turtle XL by Adeel Zubair, on Flickr Feedback and criticism is much appreciated. Adeel ______________________________________________ Follow Me On... Facebook - www.facebook.com/Adeel-Zubair-208739829518301/ Flickr - www.flickr.com/people/115928480@N03/ Instagram - www.instagram.com/adeel_zubair Deviantart - www.adeelzubair.deviantart.com Twitter - www.twitter.com/Webhead_Studios Youtube - www.youtube.com/user/WebheadStudios
  8. Turtle Contest Poster revealed! The LEGO Group has revealed the awaited Turtle Contest poster, that features winners of the contest, Peter's original turtle design and turtles selected by the jury. Copies will be sent to everyone whose turtle appears on the poster, and it will also be handed out at the Fan Weekend in Skærbæk to registered visitors. If one of your turtle is featured on the poster, please send a PM to julochka containing your postal address and contact telephone number including country code. Thank again to TLG and all participants that made that contest a success!
  9. Turtle Contest Prizewinners are announced! The LEGO Group's expert judging panel Peter Reid, Mark Stafford and Karen Frost Sørensen have determined the winners of the turtle competition. They are as follows: 1st Place #136 SpaceySmoke 2nd Place #32 Yatkuu 3rd Place #4 Devid We have decided to award an extra prize (a signed Exo Suit) for Crowd Favorite to: #58 Siercon and Coral The winner of the raffle is: #17 MECHALEX. We don't yet know which turtles will make the poster, as that's now been left to the designer, so we can't announce that as of yet. Everyone whose turtle makes the poster will receive a copy of the poster. Expect an announcement with the poster winners later this month. The prizes will be sent out at the end of the month, after the Fan Weekend in Skærbæk, Denmark, when we will have Peter and Mark on hand to sign the boxes that the winners will receive. Please would winners send a PM to julochka containing your postal address and contact telephone number including country code. Thank you to everyone who took part! We have never seen such a huge number of quality entries in a contest here on Eurobricks. This was the first such direct collaboration between The LEGO Group and Eurobricks and it is great to see such a fantastic response. Julie (TLG) and Rufus (EB)
  10. Clive75

    [MOC] TMNT Classic van

    Hi guys, I recently went back to Lego after a 20 + year hiatus ^^ and I spent a couple of days designing the Turtle's van from the classic 80's show/toy. Always wanted to have it. - It can fit 5 characters with 4 of them seated. - The inside of the van is filled with turtle gadgets and...PIZZA! - Doors on both sides of the van can open with optional Flick Missiles for playability. - The cannons on top can move around. - The roof is easy to remove, revealing all the turtles' weapons beneath it. - The weapons seamlessly disappear when looking at the front of the van. Let me know what you guys think .
  11. Welcome to the LEGO® and Eurobricks Turtle Competition! To celebrate the coming release of the LEGO® Ideas Exo Suit by Peter Reid, The LEGO Group is teaming up with Eurobricks and we’re going turtle crazy! We invite you to build the coolest tiny turtle you can and submit it to our Turtle Competition! You can win a signed copy of the Exo Suit, a very cool Exo Suit T-shirt or maybe your turtle will be on an exclusive turtle poster that will be given only to those whose turtles are included or who attend the fan event at Skærbæk in September. Contest Rules The contest is open to all users 18 years and older holding a Eurobricks account. To submit an entry: Entrants must design and build a turtle (the creature). The turtle may be generic or based on any non-licensed LEGO theme. Additionally, it must fit onto an 8x8 stud square with no overhang. Your turtle must be photographed on plain white background. (please do not photograph the turtle on the base, the 8x8 base is just a size guideline). Multiple entries are allowed. Post each entry in a single post in the Entry Thread. Only one picture is allowed per entry, but you may link to other pictures (eg. on flickr). Text background to accompany your entry is allowed. Only official, unmodified LEGO® parts may be used: no clone brands or customs please. No decals are allowed, official or custom. No digital entries please. The contest begins July 15, 2014 at 15:00 Central European Time. The competition is open for submissions until August 10, 2014 at 15:00 CET. Entries submitted to Eurobricks after this date and time will not be accepted into the contest. Eurobricks members who joined on or before July 14, 2014 23:59 CET will be eligible to vote for their favourite entries between August 11 and August 24 2014. The top vote-getters will form a shortlist to be judged by The LEGO Group's jury between August 25-September 1. TLG reserve the right to include any turtles of our choosing in the final round. Winners will be announced September 5. This is a collaboration between The LEGO Group and Eurobricks. Both parties reserve the right to adjust these rules as necessary. Prizes 1st prize - Signed Exo Suit set and exclusive T shirt 2nd prize - Signed Exo Suit set 3rd prize - Exclusive t-shirt Runners-up (the number yet to be decided) will be included on a poster. The poster will be sent to all of those whose turtle makes the poster and will also be distributed as an exclusive gift at the Skærbæk Fan Event in Denmark in September. All entries will be entered in a raffle for a signed Exo Suit set (excluding the winners who receive a set). We ask that you please keep the set built in case further photography is required. The Jury will consist of: Peter Reid, creator of the Exo Suit Mark Stafford, the LEGO Designer who created the final model Karen Frost Sørensen, Project Manager, LEGO Ideas. Please read the terms & conditions in full here. Happy building! Any questions? Please ask in this thread.
  12. It's time for you to cast your votes for your favourite entries in .... The Turtle Insanity Contest! The response to this contest has been phenomenal! Thank you to everyone who took the trouble to enter. Now we need you to vote for your favourites. The top vote-getters will be placed on a shortlist to be judged by a panel of experts from The LEGO Group. Entries are indexed by thumbnail in the post below. We recommend reading through the Entry Thread before voting, as many entries have features which will not be apparent from the thumbnails. If your entry has not been indexed, then it has been ruled ineligible. Common reasons include two or more entries in one post (first only is indexed), entries clearly based on Licensed themes, or coloured backgrounds. Use this thread only for voting. Please use the Discussion Thread for questions relating to the voting rules or process. Remember, you're voting for the turtles you'd most like to be featured in the poster. Voting will close on 24 August 2014. So Get Voting! Voting Rules This public vote will be used to create a shortlist which will be submitted to The LEGO Group for judging by an expert panel. Only Eurobricks members who registered before the start of the contest (registered on or before 14 July 2014) are eligible to vote. Voting is allowed immediately and will close on 24 August 2014 at 23.59 CET. You may cast a total of 9 (nine) votes. You may cast a maximum of 3 votes for any one entry. You may cast a maximum of 3 votes for any one entrant, regardless of how many times they have entered. You may not vote for yourself. Any member who infringes these rules will have ALL their votes disqualified and will not be eligible for the voting raffle. Any attempt at vote-rigging will be dealt with harshly. Eligible votes will be entered into a voting raffle with a chance to win a further prize. The Eurobricks staff and The LEGO Group reserve the right to adjust these rules as necessary. If there is a tie, or any dispute, the EB staff decision will be final. Example vote: The Prizes 1st prize - Signed Exo Suit set and exclusive T shirt 2nd prize - Signed Exo Suit set 3rd prize - Exclusive t-shirt Runners-up (the number yet to be decided) will be included on a poster. The poster will be sent to all of those whose turtle makes the poster and will also be distributed as an exclusive gift at the Skærbæk Fan Event in Denmark in September. All eligible entries will be entered in a raffle for a signed Exo Suit set (excluding the winners who receive a set). We ask that you please keep the set built in case further photography is required. The Jury will consist of: Peter Reid, creator of the Exo Suit Mark Stafford, the LEGO Designer who created the final model Karen Frost Sørensen, Project Manager, LEGO Ideas.
  13. Welcome to the LEGO® and Eurobricks Turtle Competition Entry Thread To celebrate the coming release of the LEGO® Ideas Exo Suit by Peter Reid, The LEGO Group is teaming up with Eurobricks and we’re going turtle crazy! We invite you to build the coolest tiny turtle you can and submit it to our Turtle Competition! You can win a signed copy of the Exo Suit, a very cool Exo Suit T-shirt or maybe your turtle will be on an exclusive turtle poster that will be given only to those whose turtles are included or who attend the fan event at Skærbæk in September. Contest Rules The contest is open to all users 18 years and older holding a Eurobricks account. To submit an entry: Entrants must design and build a turtle (the creature). The turtle may be generic or based on any non-licensed LEGO theme. Additionally, it must fit onto an 8x8 stud square with no overhang. Your turtle must be photographed on plain white background. (please do not photograph the turtle on the base, the 8x8 base is just a size guideline). Multiple entries are allowed. Post each entry in a single post in this thread. Only one picture is allowed per entry, but you may link to other pictures (eg. on flickr). Text background to accompany your entry is allowed. Only official, unmodified LEGO® parts may be used: no clone brands or customs please. No decals are allowed, official or custom. No digital entries please. The contest begins July 15, 2014 at 15:00 Central European Time. The competition is open for submissions until August 10, 2014 at 15:00 CET. Entries submitted to Eurobricks after this date and time will not be accepted into the contest. Eurobricks members who joined on or before July 14, 2014 23:59 CET will be eligible to vote for their favourite entries between August 11 and August 24 2014. The top vote-getters will form a shortlist to be judged by The LEGO Group's jury between August 25-September 1. TLG reserve the right to include any turtles of our choosing in the final round. Winners will be announced September 5. This is a collaboration between The LEGO Group and Eurobricks. Both parties reserve the right to adjust these rules as necessary. Prizes 1st prize - Signed Exo Suit set and exclusive T shirt 2nd prize - Signed Exo Suit set 3rd prize - Exclusive t-shirt Runners-up (the number yet to be decided) will be included on a poster. The poster will be sent to all of those whose turtle makes the poster and will also be distributed as an exclusive gift at the Skærbæk Fan Event in Denmark in September. All entries will be entered in a raffle for a signed Exo Suit set (excluding the winners who receive a set). We ask that you please keep the set built in case further photography is required. The Jury will consist of: Peter Reid, creator of the Exo Suit Mark Stafford, the LEGO Designer who created the final model Karen Frost Sørensen, Project Manager, LEGO Ideas. Please read the rules in full here. If you have any questions, please ask in the Discussion Thread. Happy building!
  14. This is a fun little experiment of mine that I've been working on for quite a while. Anyone remember the BIONICLE Master Builder Set? Well, I've been exploring the possibility of something similar based on the Hero Factory building system. So far, I've come up with seven models that can be built from seventy-seven pieces. All images link to Flickr: Dog: Monkey: Hawk: Kangaroo: Turtle: Gorilla: Raptor: Each of these models contains between twenty and thirty pieces. The only piece that I used that does not already appear in sets in the correct color is a black rubber whip (61975) which I used for the monkey's tail. Inventory: Anyone think this merits a LEGO Cuusoo proposal? Or is it too much of a long shot?
  15. car_mp

    MOC: Submarine Scene

    Hope you like it. Soon all my animals instructions available for download.