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  1. Ahoy my fellow captains, kind of a strange feeling to start this post, since I have been browsing this forum for more than a year now, admiring these countless pieces of art posted here. Actually, it's been my six-year-old son who constantly asked me to post our progress here - his father was a little shy and reluctant to do so, since he is never truly satisfied with his construction and still in awe regarding your astonishing models. But, you know, "Arrrrghh", what the heck, no need to hide anymore, I've been utterly in love with LEGO since I got my first bricks and can still vividly remember sitting on my child room's floor next to my brother, listening to "ALF" cassettes and (re-)build our barracuda for the 100th time.. The first pictures show the results of my sons' and my christmas-constructing period of 2016. Ever since, we weren't really happy with its form and as we were blown away by the exellency of ships like the "Le Fleuron" or the "Sang Royale" (and especially, of course, Cpt. Greenhair's unbelievably helpful ideas - THANK YOU, CAPTAIN!!), we wanted to do it differently this time. The pictures after the "Barracuda" show the process of our current project with the (according to my most patient, wonderful and tolerant wife...) fitting title "HMS Effortless". I think you know this feeling of always finding something to improve... lately, it's the positioning of the masts - the distance between the fore-mast and the mainmast seems to be too far. Please let us know what you think and where you see room for further improvement - my son and I are happy about every feedback! First the "old" Barracuda: And this is supposed to be legendary HMS Victory's "secret" sister ship, the HMS Effortless: (The balcony was my son's wish ) It's planned to give her full rigging, sails and of course the many missing details she deserves. it's always a question of time and money Here are more pics from her construction so far as well as more of the Barracuda.
  2. Wellesley

    HMS Argonaut, 38 gun frigate, WIP

    Hello dear ship-builders, I wasn't active for a long time now. Some of you might remember me from building the "HMS Bulwark", a 74 gun third rate ship of the line. It was in March, when she got a new bow. I never really liked the old one, way too angular. Then I came across the quarter saucer base (30201) of the 1998 Stingray Stormer (6198-1). It perfectly fitted the desired shape. But now for my frigate, probably being named "HMS Argonaut". She will become a 38 gun fifth rate frigate. More pictures can be seen, following one of the flickr links. Supposed to be a sister ship to the Bulwark, I think about changing the white stripe back to yellow. What do you think? Also for similarity I will probably keep the windows on her stern. They may look to big, but I already tried smaller ones and have to say, I like the current ones better. I hope to progress faster than last time. It mostly depends on me willing to buy the needed bricks. As for the rig and last details, I already have the ideas. So far so good. I hope you all continue to have great joy reassembling bricks into sightworthy constructions! Wellesley.
  3. Hi. I just have a simple question: How do you get this: out of this? This is the rapid-fire six-stud shooter found in some Superheroes, Star Wars, and action themes sets and I'm trying to switch out the center piece for a MOC I'm working on, but I can't for the life of me figure out how! It seems like all you have to do is push together the two prongs and push the piece out, but that's easier said than done. So if any of you knows an easy way to do it, it would be much appreciated if you could help me out!
  4. https://www.flickr.com/photos/150321535@N08/albums 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:
  5. Hi guys, this is my new creation! Today in Greece, we celebrate the national holiday of the Greek Revolution, officially started at 25th of March 1821, which culminated in the forming of Greece as a modern state. To celebrate that day, we chose to depict a famous victory over the Ottoman forces of Dramali Pasha, sent to suppress the revolution in the Peloponnese peninsula. This battle (critical battle at Dervenakia for the independence of Greece (Hellas) against Turks (Ottomans) after 400 years of slavery), largely inspired and excecuted by the chief of the Greek forces at Moreas (Peloponissos as it was called back then) Theodoros Kolokotrolis, was fought and won at Dervenakia straights, thus saving the Greek Revolution from dying off. "Freedom or Death" was the only thought in the fighters minds during the fight.. Theodoros Kolokotronis! The Great General! For more details, read here Battle of Dervenakia here Mahmud Dramali Pasha and here Theodoros Kolokotronis Special thanks to my friend @blackdeathgr for the help with the skirts! As always, thanks for watching C & C are welcome!!
  6. Behold: Terracles, Defender of the Verdant Green Flickr = https://flic.kr/s/aHskKnV8ku When he's not duel-wielding he can store the Verdant Powered Blade on his hip. Its almost invisible at this angle. He prefers his Belt fed Duel Load Double Verdant Hand Cannon. The Belt supplies V-Energy canisters to the discharging chamber, providing 10 shots each. After I designed the main body I knew I needed big articulate hands, after some research I modified an old method with new parts. His thumbs are actually opposable. And his fingers are poseable too! Not so invisible from this angle! Those leg thrusters provide a subtle boost to his speed. I think his Skeleton Looks pretty Awesome myself...
  7. LegoGunInstructions

    Beast HALO Magnum in lego

    You can check it out on my MOCpages account, because the pictures are too big for this website:
  8. LegoGunInstructions

    Lego Black Ops 2 - PDW-57

    Hello, I made a real-life replication of this weapon, which can be found in the famous FPS Call of Duty Black Ops 2 [removed link] Please tell me what you think!
  9. Toa_Of_Justice

    LDD MOC: Bulk XL

    This is my idea of Bulk in XL form. He fights injustice with HammerClaw (his hammer) and BigBoom (his Gatling gun). Click any image to enlarge it. [^ Even Larger Pic 2 ^] [^Even Larger Pic 3 ^] [^Even Larger Pic 4 ^] [^Even Larger Pic 5 ^] [LXF File] - [Brickshelf Gallery] -Toa Of Justice EDIT: I changed the thumbnails to link to the smaller JPG images. The links below them point to the full-resolution PNG images.
  10. -DoNe-

    Spanish Armada 14 Gun Brig

    [pid]S-PS22-15D[/pid] Here she is! My very first ship in two years. I've had the armada flagship hull laying around since I bought it (only the hull) 2-3 years ago and I finally found the insiration to build something with it. It was a truly challenging build due to how narrow the pre-fab hull is. But I think I where able to pull it of in the end. This also happens to to be my very first Brig, Gallery Hope ya'll like it and have a great day!
  11. Please join my Lego Pistol Contest! link removed
  12. Multidomar

    Lego Guns

    Hi there, here you can share your Lego Guns!
  13. Hi Eurobricks gang. I'm fairly new to LEGO collecting, and wondered if I could enlist the help of you who are in the know. I've bought the Avengers lego minifigures, but it bothers me that Black Widow didn't come with a gun. I'd really like to buy the one she (and Nick Fury) is holding on the Avengers LEGO poster, but I've yet to find this gun anywhere. Do you guys know if this is an existing gun, that is available to buy anywhere, or was it a one-off especially made for this poster? Any tips would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks! :-) Snoozle
  14. Hi, Lately I've been working on a new ship (since I scrapped my old one, HMS Vasa). Although she is going to be smaller (just shy of one and a half meter) she will feature more details. Hopefully I will have some preview photos to show within a week or so (if you'd like, there is a somewhat blurry picture here with her in the background)... Anyway, without further ado, let me present three different types of weaponry built for her. First of, a 76mm cannon which is somewhat inspired by the Oto Melara 76mm Super-Rapido Gun: RAM Launcher (actually think I just might give custom stickers a chance to represent the 21 missiles): Phalanx CIWS (however, I'm now leaning towards not arming her with the Phalanx CIWS): More pictures can be found at MocPages and Brickshelf. Please do comment. Cheers, Wombat
  15. REVIEW OF THE BRICKGUN BOOK – Build the World’s Most Realistic LEGO® Handguns Details about the 232-page work by Jeff Boen Title: The BrickGun Book Author: Jeff Boen Place of Publication: San Francisco, California USA Publisher: No Starch Press, Inc. Date of Publication: May 2013 ISBN-10: 1-59327-490-4 ISBN-13: 978-1-59327-490-0 Number of Pages: 232 in four colors Dimensions: 8” x 10” x 1/2” thick (20.2cm x 25.4 cm x 1.27 cm thick) Reviewed By: David G. Luders [NOTE: This book is not authorized or endorsed by The Lego Group. LEGO® is a registered trademark of The Lego Group, but in this Book Review I use the word “LEGO” without the trademark symbol for readability.] INTRODUCTION As stated in the YouTube video above, ‘The BrickGun Book shows you how to build five remarkably sleek LEGO® handgun replicas, like the classic Beretta 92FS and a formidable rubber-band-firing MAC-11. Each chapter includes step-by-step building instructions and a complete parts list using only readily available LEGO pieces. Builder Jeff Boen has designed each model with stunning accuracy and attention to detail, focusing on everything from 1:1 real-life scale to functioning cocking and trigger mechanisms. Each BrickGun is ultra-realistic in look and feel, but mostly harmless -- perfect for display or your next backyard battle.” BACKGROUND INFORMATION The author wrote, “WARNING -- Adult supervision is required. These models are not suitable for children under the age of 12.” The first four models do not fire projectiles, but “The MAC-11 shoots rubber bands….Be particularly careful when handling [all of] these models in public because they have been mistaken for real weapons. If you take your LEGO gun out in public, add a bright orange tip to the muzzle to show that it’s not the real thing.” SUMMARY OF CONTENT Chapter 1: BG22 with Magazine – 299 Total Parts and 69 Unique Part Types Chapter 2: Beretta 92FS – 263 Total Parts and 69 Unique Part Types Chapter 3: Desert Eagle – 290 Total Parts and 78 Unique Part Types Chapter 4: Colt 1911 – 268 Total Parts and 67 Unique Part Types Chapter 5: MAC-11 Rubber Band – 312 Total Parts and 61 Unique Part Types RECOMMENDATION Gun aficionados would enjoy building these realistic LEGO models. One can appreciate the author’s engineering of each gun’s trigger and slide movements. The illustrations are superbly done with LDraw software – they are similar in style to the building instruction booklets in official LEGO sets. The BrickGun 1911 is my favorite. Click on the hyperlinks below each of these images to enlarge them and see the details: http://nostarch.com/.../bgb_sample.png http://nostarch.com/...ample_32-33.png http://nostarch.com/...ple_208-209.png The print book has sharper lines and better color rendition than can be seen on a computer screen, or on a PDF page printed on a color laser jet. The print book is a good value at USD $0.129 per page. The paper is of high quality. As the author suggests, one can get the necessary LEGO parts from Bricklink.com . If you like both weapons and LEGO, this book is for you! * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * If you would like to order this book, it is available on the publisher’s website in print book form and/or Ebook. The book is also available at Amazon: http://www.amazon.co...ywords=brickgun . Visit the author’s BrickGun website: http://www.brickgun.com/ .
  16. Finally finished it, save for a few more smooth tiles coming from eBay. A couple of low quality pictures, while I take some decent images and make a short video. Stats: Length: 71 studs - Body only, excluding rear bucket Width: 36 studs Height: 23 studs – excluding munitions reloader Barrel length: 54 studs Elevation: -5 degrees +25 degrees Weight: 4.760 Kg 13 PF motors 3 switches 8 pairs PF lights 2 Battery boxes 183 181 182 184 179 Videos: In action - Iron Man gets shot. --- The functions.
  17. I made a special MOC in honor of veterans everywhere. WarHero Click any image to enlarge it. WarHero's gun, BigBoss, rapid-fires huge plasma bolts and comes with a green targeting laser. BigBoss also fits on WarHero's back, thanks to a retractable clip. Feel free to use any of the above images as a desktop background. [LXF File] - [Brickshelf Gallery] -Toa Of Justice
  18. I recently purchased the Brickarms M1919 machine gun, and decided to make this little MOC. Thanks for looking. C & C appreciated.