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  1. Brickopath

    [MOC] Focke-Wulf FW190A

    Features: 2 x 8mm MG 4 x 20mm Cannon Canopy slides back to open Throttle lever Cockpit accepts a minifig pilot Naviagation lamps (red, green, white) Retractable landing gear National insignia built in bricks; no stickers used Camouflage painting applied on all sides using bricks Engine can be separated for inspection
  2. A_Goodman

    MOC A Band of Brothers

    A Band of Brothers by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr A super simple build but with the new military section I thought I would post it
  3. Hi all, It's a Soviet light bomber used in WW2. You will see the building technique similar to that applied in my last model, Bf109E. Enjoy! Features: - 2 x 23mm cannons on wings - 2 x 7.62mm MG on wings - 1 x 12.7mm Berezin defensive MG (can be aimed freely) - 6 x 100kg bombs (4 carried inside the wings, 2 mounted below) - 8 x 82mm anti-tank rockets (laser shooter bricks) - Cockpit accepts 2 minifigs - Throttle lever tilts back and forth - Landing gear retracts completely into the wings (VERY sturdy as well!) - Navigation lamps. (red, green, white) It's an homage to the tradition of Lego's airport sets that always had navigation lamps on the commercial airliners. - Engine may be separated for repair - Intake and exhaust slits for the radiator and oil cooler - National insignia is made out of bricks; no stickers used. Designed to be visible from all sides. - All white winter camouflage - Retractable skis for landing/takeoff on deep snow (optional) I have posted a video on YouTube so that you can see the moving parts:
  4. Hi all, This is a German jet fighter in WW2. Features: - 4 x 30mm cannon barrels visible on the nose - National insignia made in bricks; no stickers used - Canopy opens backwards - Accepts a minifig pilot - Retractable landing gear - Navigation lamps (red, green, white) - Fuselage can be broken into 2 parts - A transparent support is required when the gears are extended because the tail is heavier than the nose. In the real fighter the nose would be way heavier because of the cannons and the engines, but my model is all ABS plastic so the weight difference cannot be put into practice.
  5. Finally finished my latest project, a Sdkfz 251/1 ausf.D in scale 1/10. History of the Sdkfz. 251 After the MK V tank, I wanted to do something different and the 'Hanomag' is just this. The suspension is made with torsion bars and works as it should. The MOC is powered by 2 x XL motors & steering is done with 1 x M motor with a clutch & an Sbrick module. I wanted to integrate the lock-steering system but I simply didn't have the room to get all things integrated, maybe this is something for the future. stickers are being made & maybe there will be a PAK-40 soon behind this, still thinking about it. Dimensions:51cm x 18cm x 20.5cm Weight: 2.5kg Total brick count: about 2.000. Leave a comment if you want. my Flickr page for more pictures on my projects & completed MOC's
  6. Hi all, The model is Messerschmitt Bf109, the most numerous German fighter in WW2, if not the most famous. I designed it from scratch and did not take features from other creators' work. I spent about 7 years designing and financing this project, and I finally finished it last year. Thanks to the work-from-home policy I don't have to drive as much, and I have more free time to share my creations with the world. You will see that some parts are in the new bluish grey while some parts are in the old grey. There are different patterns of 1x2 jumpers. A few parts even show cracks. This is the testament to the time spent to build this up, so I decided not to replace them with new parts in perfect condition. The 1x2x3 train door pieces and the 1x1 round plate with tow ball don't come in the new light bluish gray anyway. The building technique I used to make the aerodynamic fuselage is similar to the 3D wooden puzzle made out of interlocking thin boards. You can see the vertical and horizontal layers coming together to form a pixelated curvature. The width of the fuselage starts in 4 studs and reduces to 3 studs, then 2 studs, squeezing all the way to 1 stud. The internal connection is achieved with technic pieces, locking hinges and clips. I use it a LOT in my models because it allows you to add complicated painting schemes to the surface while maintaining the correct form and structural integrity. Notice that I still try to use as much slope/wedge/curved pieces as possible. Features: - 2 x 20mm cannons mounted on wings - 2 x 8mm MG on top of the engine (represented by a pair of black 1x4 hinge pieces) - 20mm cannon mounted coaxial with the propeller axle - Ammunition stowage (accepts any 1x2 tile as ammo belt) - Skeleton canopy opens/closes like the real thing - Cockpit has enough space to accept a pilot wearing an aviator helmet and a life jacket (new small type) - Throttle lever tilts back and forth - Instrument panel represented by 2 hollow studs in black - Service doors on wings - Landing gear retracts completely into the wings (VERY sturdy as well!) - Tail gear may be steered - Navigation lamps. (red, green, white) It's an homage to the tradition of Lego's airport sets that always had navigation lamps on the commercial airliners. - Engine cowl opens for inspection; exhaust pipes and ignition system visible - Behind the engine you can see the turbocharger intake and a hole for the hand crank - Fuel tank cap can be opened - Both wings may be detached for towing on road - Fuselage separates into 4 major components (to swap/combine painting schemes easily) - National insignia is made out of bricks; no stickers used. Designed to be visible from all sides. - A jettisonable fuel tank may be attached to the bottom I have posted a video on YouTube so that you can see the moving parts: Pictures: (The wings may look very fragile because they are hanging on the 1x2 locking hinge pieces, but there's another pair of clips inside the fuselage that connect to the top side of the wings. The wings are actually so strong that you can lift the whole thing by the tip of a wing. Details explained in the video.)
  7. Hi, I'm new on Eurobricks, but not to the world of LEGO. I'm building for 1,5 years now and this WW2 build I made back in 2017 for a contest on Flickr. If you like what you see give me a follow on Flickr, Instagram, YouTube, Facebook and/or Pinterest. Background I build an accurate scene from the movie 'Saving Private Ryan'. I did some extended research to make this scene as accurate as possible. The hardest thing to figure out was the placement of each soldier. Second of all that the halftrack came in from behind and that Captain Miller and his men had to turn around 180 degrees so that the wouldn't be attacked from behind. Eventually Captain Miller and his men where surprised by the explosion from the other side of the halftrack. By the second hit Captain Miller and his men came into action and ambushed the small recon unit of the 2nd SS Panzer Division by surprise. Those German Soldiers didn't know what hit them! After the battle they found out that a small 101st Airborne squad from the 506h PIR was following them up close and took out that 2nd SS Panzer Division halftrack. The rest of the story is known and otherwise watch this great WW2 movie :) Hope you'll like what you see! Barthezz Brick - Saving Private Ryan - Halftrack Take Cover 1 by Barthezz Brick, on Flickr Barthezz Brick - Saving Private Ryan - Halftrack Take Cover 3 by Barthezz Brick, on Flickr Barthezz Brick - Saving Private Ryan - Halftrack Take Cover 5 by Barthezz Brick, on Flickr More detailed pictures on my Flickr account! Greetings Barthezz Brick
  8. kreimkoek

    WW2 Battle for Carentan

    A stop motion flick I made over the past few weeks. Enjoy.
  9. The recent Brickmania magazine featured instructions for a Type 97 Ke-Te Tankette from WW2. I did a bit of research into this obscure vehicle and discovered it spawned a couple of variants which I decided to try and recreate using the chassis of the original vehicle. The Original Brinckmania Type 97 Tankette (the real life version performed reasonably well against the Chinese but was no match for US and Soviet forces) Untitled by g.nat, on Flickr Untitled by g.nat, on Flickr Type 98 So-Da Troop/Ammo carrier The first variant was a troop and ammunition carrier. The turret was removed and the engine relocated to beside the driver freeing up the rear to carry troops/cargo. Type 98 So-Da Troop/ammo carrier by g.nat, on Flickr Type 98 So-Da Troop/ammo carrier by g.nat, on Flickr Type 98 So-Da Troop/ammo carrier by g.nat, on Flickr Type 98 So-Da Troop/ammo carrier by g.nat, on Flickr It was also fitted with a frame to add a canvas roof and opening rear doors. It also had a towing hook and could pull artillery pieces. Type 98 So-Da Troop/ammo carrier by g.nat, on Flickr Type 98 So-Da Troop/ammo carrier by g.nat, on Flickr The original could carry up to 10 troops!! My LEGO version... not quite as many!! Type 98 So-Da Troop/ammo carrier by g.nat, on Flickr Type 98 So-Da Troop/ammo carrier by g.nat, on Flickr Type 100 Te-Re Artillery Spotting Vehicle Almost identical to the Type 98, this variant was intended for use by artillery spotters to direct long range fire. The troop/cargo section was equipped with radios and a rangefinder could be mounted on the engine deck. Type 100 Te-Re Artillery Spotter Vehicle by g.nat, on Flickr Type 100 Te-Re Artillery Spotter Vehicle by g.nat, on Flickr Type 100 Te-Re Artillery Spotter Vehicle by g.nat, on Flickr Type 100 Te-Re Artillery Spotter Vehicle by g.nat, on Flickr Close up of the radio (a printed tile from a Brickmania accessory pack) Type 100 Te-Re Artillery Spotter Vehicle by g.nat, on Flickr Figures are Lego minifigs with Brickmania torso stickers on. Accessories are mainly Brickarms and Brick Warriors. Thanks for looking - comments always welcome.
  10. Czechoslovakia WW2 tank. Power functions: 1x XL motor 2x L motor 3x M motor Fuction and chassis Lego. Desing Cobi small army WW2.
  11. Czechoslovakia WW2 tank. Power functions: 1x XL motor 2x L motor 3x M motor Fuction and chassis Lego. Desing Cobi small army WW2.
  12. When I was a kid in a primary school I had lot of fun with model-making of tanks, aircraft and armored vehicles from World War II. I also created some dioramas out of gypsum, styrofoam, wood etc. for models I made. Probably that's why I wanted to... Read more » https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ifi9fys03Ls Bigger photos and full story here: LEGO Gallery - [MOC] Sniper at church WIPs, Behind the scenes and other extras at my: Instagram | Facebook | Flickr
  13. In my quest to improve the diffusion of my instructions all over the world (;) I just uploaded a video-instructions for that model on youtube. If it's popular and people like it, I publish more video like that in the future. In the meanwhile you watch the video here: https://youtu.be/lM9DGfVrtDE Build well and tell me if you enjoy.
  14. Custom Brick ITA

    Lego SDKFZ - 10 WW2 Vehicle

    Hey guys today I'm presenting you my new MOC ! The SDKFZ - 10 is a vehicle adopted by the German Army during WW2. My model is in a "transport - soldier mode"because I' ve projected it to carrier a maximum of 6 soldiers. Here you can find the video presentation on YouTube : Please Leave a Like and Support my channel by Subscribing :)
  15. Hello everyone, my name is Ivo and this is my fist MOC. I've returned to Lego after 20 years when I started playing again with my son. He is now almost 5, and we're building every day together. I've started this project with literally zero brick (I didn't want to steal parts from our playing sets) and zero experience, so it took my about 14 months of planning, acquiring parts and building it. There are many things am not fully satisfied with, but I've had so much fun making this project and I guess that's what really matters. I've tried to recreate a scene from a German WW2 mythical "Die Glocke" project. Allegedly, die glocke was a top secret German wunderwaffe or wonder weapon project with purpose of changing the course of war. There are many speculation of what actually the glocke device did once after it was activated. There are many theory - biological weapon, anti-gravity device, even torsion field generator that can alter time and space. But am not about to bore here with technicality speculations, especially because the device was never found after the war, and there is no real proof of anything about its function. Although some elements of my project are trying to be as much as it can be called authentic (experiment location, glocke device look, bussing nag 4500 crane truck) almost everything is purely fictional. Thanks for stopping by and of course comments and critics are always welcome. DGE01 by Ivo Hilje, on Flickr DGE04 by Ivo Hilje, on Flickr DGE05 by Ivo Hilje, on Flickr DGE08 by Ivo Hilje, on Flickr DGE15 by Ivo Hilje, on Flickr DGE20 by Ivo Hilje, on Flickr DGE21 by Ivo Hilje, on Flickr DGE29 by Ivo Hilje, on Flickr DGE31 by Ivo Hilje, on Flickr
  16. Hello everyone. This is my last diorama and the bigger one I've ever made, work started last summer. I've spent about 5 months to build it (included all veichles, buildings etc.), in free time. there are about 25.000 pieces, I don't know exact number and I don't care. Diorama are based on 12 bases 48x48, 5 bases 32x32 and 1 base 16x32, approx 210x120 cm. I hope you enjoy it, please leave a comment and follow me on flickr, there are more pictures. Thank you very much to all and sorry for my bad english. Andrea, Kriminal, Italy.
  17. Hello guys! Finally I added English subs to my ww2 stopmotion "Battle of Berlin" So, last great battle of ww2!
  18. legofrik

    [MOC] WWII Fury

    This diorama shows a scene from Fury movie. It's a moment before Sherman tank crew attack approaching German infantry. In the movie this was the last battle where damaged Sherman tank defends the crossroad.
  19. crazymotion

    The fall of Berlin (WW2)

    Hello guys! As far as you remember May 1945 was the last month of ww2 in Europe. So I decided to make a lego ww2 stop motion about the battle of Berlin. The stop motion itself is not ready yet but I 've made a trailer.
  20. Hi all, It has been a long time since I presented my project Dora: German railway gun 800mm. I have now completed the diorama (or at least the first section), I hope you like the result. E 'it completed by 2 SDKF-Z, 1 panzer TIGER, 1 Raupenschlepper. I really like the final outcome, and I hope it's the same for you Full View: Front view: Panzer Tiger 1: Raupenschlepper: Opel Blitz destroyed by aviation: SDKF-z Units:
  21. bigot44

    Another frenchy

    Hello, I am Franck from France ! after my darkage, I fall again on bricks since 2012, and I begin to expose since 2015 (some small scenes and mocs) I am interested by History, so many scenes I make are about military history : as old ages (Greek or Roman), XIXth century (I begin a 1870 war scene), and essentially WW2. As I like some SF or apocalyptic scenes, I try to make some scene about StarWars or Metro 2033
  22. Hi all! I'm mostly a technic moc builder, and during the last few years, I didn't post about anything except technik, but now I'd like to present my mini tanks and self propelled guns. The theme is the first world war, except a few, there will be posted mocs only about real tanks. Prototypes, which were built in relality (but never seen combat), also can be found here. My concept: all tanks (no SP guns, because there was one-two prototypes only) are built in more or less microfig scale, my reference is the Tiger1 german tank, it's 6 studs wide, so 6 stud is 3,7 meter. So 1 meter is eqaul to 1,62 studs. The width is determinative, the smallest tanks are 3 studs wide, the small ones are 3-4, the mediums are 4-5. The heavy and super heavy tanks have 6 or 7+ width. All mocs in this topic are built only digital so far, but I'm planning to make them in reality, too, as my financial status and time allows. All tanks were made in LDD, and rendered with Pov-ray. I will update this topic frequently, as a new tank is done. Sooner or later I'll post also real pictures beside renders. Some tanks requires special stickers and thchniques (like covering a part to be in the requested color, or connect the tracks with strings), I will write that in these cases. I tried to use only real colored parts (except few cases, where they are covered with stickers). I tried to catch the characteristics of tanks, instead of being 100% proportional, but I tried to make them as proportional, as possible in this size. Sometimes there aren't a lot of possibilities to make proportional, for example: the tank should be 4,5 studs wide. Width can only be a round number, so a tank which should be 4,5 w, is disproportionate already. Main folder of all tanks: http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=548239 I render one picture about one tank, if you want to see more, ask for it, I can make more in LDD, or render about the requested part/viewpoint. There will be a lot of mocs, so I also opened a topic for WW2 tanks, see here: http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=100891 The tanks: 1. Renualt Ft-17: French light tank, mother of all modern tanks, the first one with 360° rotatable turret. Was quite fast and effective. Info: http://en.wikipedia....wiki/Renault_FT Big picture: http://www.brickshel...nualt_ft-17.png It's a typical 3 studs wide very little tank, but thanks to it's individual shape, can be recognize easily. 2. Mark IV (male version): The first british tank in combat, very iconic and famous. Had no suspension and was pretty big with more than one guns. Info: http://en.wikipedia....ki/Mark_IV_tank Big picture: http://www.brickshel...-IV/mark-iv.png The front shape around the tracks is very special, angled and rounded, I think brick technique is better here than plates. There isn't a lot of variations from hoses, the big cannons standard 3mm wide (like in most of my tanks), the smaller machine guns are screw drivers. I'm planning to make all significant ww1 tanks, like K-wagen, Tsar tank, A7V, Gun carrier Mark 1, Whippet, Saint Chamond, etc... to be continued...
  23. Mpyromaxos

    [Moc WW2] Battle of France

    The Battle of France, also known as the Fall of France, was the German invasion of France and the Low Countries in 1940 during the Second World War. In six weeks from 10 May 1940, German forces defeated Allied forces by mobile operations and conquered France, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, bringing land operations on the Western Front to an end until 6 June 1944. Italy entered the war on 10 June 1940 and attempted an invasion of France. I wanted to start creating some mocs with WW2 theme and Brickwarriors with their amazing new figs, gave me the inspirastion !! I created a diorama with the Germans after a fight.. in the roads of Paris! The main moc.. The squad.. The buildings.. I hope you like it!! C&C are welcome!! P.s. The Panzer IV Ausf. G Tank is a design from Brian Fitzsimmon with a little upgrade in some parts from me for stability and to move turret around and up-down.
  24. To kick off the new year, BrickWarriors just released even more WW2 accessories! Following gains on the Pacific front of World War II, the US, Britain, and other Allied nations launched a strategic takeover of the Italian island of Sicily, grabbing control from the Italians and Germany to open up sea lanes in the Mediterranean and disrupting German campaigns on the Eastern Front. Today, BrickWarriors introduced the British Sapper accessories in honor of the success of this major European gain: -Allies Grenade -British Rocket -British Rocket Launcher -British LMG -British Revolver There were mass atrocities committed during World War II. But one of the most egregious was the Commando Order issued by Germany, in which any Allied forces be killed on sight even if they surrendered, completely contradictory to the laws of war. The Germans felt this necessary after countless raids on their territories and subsequent perceived mistreatment of German forces taken by these raiding Commandos. Today, the new British Commando accessories land on BrickWarriors: -Commando Cap -Commando Knife -Harpoon Gun -Oxygen Tank -Commando Carbine With the Americans now landed in Europe, Operation Torch was carried out on Northern Africa to fortify the Allies position from the south before taking Germany head-on, helping to alleviate the pressure on the Soviets on the Eastern Front. This campaign cleared the Mediterranean more completely in combination with the taking of Italy, a strategic move to keep supplies flowing as the Allies advanced on Germany. Today, BrickWarriors is excited to release our US Mortar Man accessories and torso: -Mortar Tube -Mortar Shell -Binoculars -Mortar Man Torso
  25. here my U-boat, hope u like it, people asked me for some images, i made a video for lego ideas, i will put soon the link here and into yt video for voting, im waiting for approval Thanks!!! Omar