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  1. sdrnet

    [MOC] Bavarian Town

    Among the many ideas written in my "To do list" this time the project of a town in Bavaria prevailed, a well-known geographical area of Germany that I visited only during my photographic journey in the Black Forest several years ago. The inspiration base is the famous city of Rothenburg; as always I wanted to take inspiration but then re-inventing in my own way. This moc has required me a job of precision above all for the part of the road base. I wanted to create a pedestrian street with curves, inclinations and slopes. I built 6 buildings in all: two houses, a bakery, a toy store, a bar / brewery with the little square, the clock tower. For the bakery and the bar / brewery I also decided to make the furnishings that can be seen well because I left the usual sectioned walls to observe the interior of the houses. Speaking of numbers, the town has required me 6 months of work, based on 6 bases of 32 and is composed of about 13,700 pieces (of which 990 tiles are 1x2 LBG). There are also 35 minifigs and, as usual in every my moc, some quite rare pieces. It will be presented for the first time in two days in Lecco 2019 (Italy). Visit my Flickr Gallery with 29 detailed images here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/sdrnet/albums/72157710027418926
  2. Hi everyone. This is my entry for the Architecture Faves contest, the final contest on Rebrick. Here are some reference images of the real castle:
  3. Greetings, Train Tech. It's been about a year since CommanderWolf and I built the GE boxcabs, so here's another "boxcab": ... "glass box", that is. These locomotives were originally built for the Royal Bavarian State Railways with the designation "PtL 2/2". The unusual design featured a semi-automatic coal feed system, which did away with the fireman and allowed single-person operation. The boiler was surrounded by a cab with many windows, leading to the nickname of Glaskasten ("glass box"). During nationalization they were lumped into class 98 ("branch line locomotives"). Some survived the war to join the Deutsche Bundesbahn, which is the livery I've chosen to model here. This is another model with a large amount of SNOT-work; there are studs pointing in all directions. The frame is built studs-forward, the body features studs facing left/right for the doors and sides, and the side windows are upside down. Did I mention it's powered? The entire thing is powered by a micromotor driving the front axle: Note that the jackshaft doesn't actually extend through the locomotive; the 2x2 round plates on either side are carried along by the connecting rod between the front and rear axle. I used this technique to try to give extra grip to the BBB medium wheels. The battery box is in the cab. The smokebox comes off for access to the power switch: Here it is with the two-axle passenger car I posted a couple months ago. This loco struggles a lot more in turns than the 23-ton boxcabs did... Brickshelf gallery here (pending moderation). Thanks for reading!
  4. Hello ! I always loved the Bavarian castle of Neuschwanstein, since I was a child. So, when a few years ago I saw it made of LEGO, I said to me that one day, I will made it too… (When I look back, I think it was probably at this time I came out of my dark age) This is the work of the LEGO castle's specialist : Bob Carney (http://www.carneycastle.com/index.htm) It was its 127th castle, in 2010. It was exposed at Brickworld 2010 and 2014. I used reverse engineering from pictures of the LEGO castle to draw my own plans of a part, to begin. When I found correct dimensions, I used a Lego CAD program (MLCAD) to build it virtually. I only used the pictures that are on the castle's page of Bob's website (http://www.carneycas...stein/index.htm) After several months of work (it's hard to have much free time when you have a job and a family…), in January 2015 I was ready and ordered the first parts. In April, I made a second part. For now, I have build the whole entry, the lower courtyard and the watchtower. Instead of leading to the upper courtyard, the stairs leads to a wall walk and to the foot of the watchtower. Sorry, at the time the photo was taken, it wasn't quite finished... Its builder himself said that it is technically a palace, not a castle… I hope you will be accept me anyway in the Castle theme ;-)
  5. Hello The famous Castle Neuschwanstein by King Ludwig II. Next to the experiment of some new hairy trees and stairways, this is my second entry to the MocOlympics 2013. More pictures on flickr and MOCpages. (You can find my entry to the first MO round here. ) I hope you like it. Jonas