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  1. admiral_typhoon

    [MOC] GS-O "Arcangelo"

    10 years on, the fight of the Galaxy Squad Corps against the Buggoid swarm rages on. Over the years the Corps have upgraded their machinery to repel the increasing enemy forces, and in 2023 the Tech-NIK Corporation produced a brand-new upgraded line-up of vehicles to assist in their fight. Mechtober 2023: GS-O "Arcangelo" by Admiraltyphoon, on Flickr With a heavy focus on offensive capabilities, the GS-O “Arcangelo” Armored Suit unit was uniquely developed for the Orange Squad to improve the mobility of their defensive/offensive capabilities, pushing to the limit the range of Tech-NIK Corp’s R-T Heavy Load joint system in conjunction with tube armor framing, a practical design choice from a previous model. Mechtober 2023: GS-O "Arcangelo" by Admiraltyphoon, on Flickr Their PI-O Modular Connection system is also in use here to equip the suit with Railgun and Electro-blade attachments, on top of the shoulder mounted rocket pods, with more modules in development to provide support for a wider range of missions. Mechtober 2023: GS-O "Arcangelo" by Admiraltyphoon, on Flickr Where it lacks in aerial mobility the AI Assistant makes up for it, with the brain module inserted into a Flying Wing drone, able to integrate onto the Arcangelo’s shoulders to provide additional armor and visual feedback from the head unit, as well as improved transport capabilities thanks to its VTOL thruster units. Continuing my Galaxy Squad series with Orange Squad and Mechtober, now with the Red Squad left (Novvember), and ending the year with an insectoid...
  2. Lord Oblivion


    Click for more on Instagram White becomes blood red. The storm looms, the Demons roar. Blood red becomes white. Instagram Twitter
  3. Lord Oblivion


    (Click for Twitter post + alt pics) Severed are the seas. The Sirens sing of ruin. The earth laid prostrate. Instagram Flickr
  4. FREEDOM GUNDAM Allow me to introduce my alternate model of the LEGO Technic 42145 Airbus H175 Helicopter. It uses only the parts included in the set. It is based on the ZGMF-X10A Freedom Gundam with slightly changed colour combo due to the donor set. The robot measures: 47 cm in height 61 cm in wingspan The model features 4 motorized functions operated by a gearbox: Wing movement Torso rotation Arm movement Head rotation Other features include: Poseable shoulders, elbows and thumbs Poseable hip, shoulder and knee guards Accessories include: Beam Rifle Shield Sword The battery box is attached to a brace that helps to stabilize the figure but it stands perfectly on an even surface. Hi-Res photos available here:
  5. Well, after the B7+S24 got RUD (Rapid Unplanned Disassembly) I am finally ready to make an article about my own copy of Starship/SuperHeavy Lifting system made out of Lego. And, especially, the most important part of it - stage Zero aka The Mechazilla. It took me almost a year to make this model work properly and be durable enough. You may have seen the progress of me building it in another post here. And now lets examine the result of all this. Legendary view from under the booster. You may see all 33 Raptor-2 engines and the locks which hold the booster on the launch table. Quick info about the rocket itself - it is made almost entirely out of Saturn V, so it is not in canonical metallic-silver. But all important features are present: folding flaps whicj can hold the weight of starship, 3+3 Raptors on the starship, 33 engines in correct layout on booster, gridfins also durable enough to bear the mass of the booster. Also it is not to scale with saturn V, cause 1:110 starship proved to be too heavy for lifting. The tower still measures up to more than a meter. As you could have guessed already - the main fuction of the model is to lift and stack the starship, which it does almost perfectly and without any considerable struggle. Starship rises to the sky being held by the mighty chopsticks Even the super heavy Superheavy gets a liftoff. So, its time to explain how it works. The model uses all 8 ports of 2 C+ smarthubs. One is located at the base of the tower (it operates extra function) and the second one is placed in the carriage inside the tower (it operates all main fuctions of it): 1 SmartHub: -2 L motors - open and close chopsticks. (If one closes and other opens - chopsticks swing to the left or to the right) -Xl motor - drives the winch which lifts the carriage (the caariage actually consists of two almost independent ones - one is inside the tower (it holds all motors and hub) and the second is outside the tower (it holds chopsticks) -M motor - operates the "Elons's treads" carriages on the surface of the chopsticks which move starship closer or further from the tower. Due to the enourmous height of the tower it was impossible to have all the motors in the base. Some had to be moved with the carriage. Also I wanted the tower to look as close to the original as possible. So, the only option I had is to make the second carriage for the motor and left a vertical opening from top to the bottom of the tower to connect chopsticks to the motors. Second Hub operates all other functions: - L motor - swings the QDA (Quick disconnect arm) - L motor - operates the pump which ww will discuss later - L motor - locks and unlocks the booster on the launch table - L motor - moves the transporter to imitate the process of getting the starship or the booster to the launch site Now, about the pump. while the motor is running it drives the pump and turns the pneumatic switch. Depending on the direction you drive it. The pump opens or closes QDA's claw (which holds fullstack in place) with starship's fuelling arm. And opens or closes booster's fuelling arm alongside with its thermo protection. Launch table's locks are simple levers that can angle to hold a booster. But they are also springloaded, so when you lift booster from the table, all locks automatically fold back making way for hypothetical hot flumes. QDA itself is just a simple structure driven by a single actuator which swings it from or to the starship. Finally - the transporter is just a stand with a bunch of small wheels. It can only drive back and forth as it is attached to the tracks under the "road". Now, enough of static fires photos, lets light this candle see it in action! I hope you liked it. Good luck to Elon on the next launch and good luck to all of you! Fly safe!
  6. Lord Oblivion

    [MOC] MS-FS01: Flight Sentinel

    (click for Twitter post) Sounds of fireworks No celebrations ensue Stars infest the night Instagram
  7. AlexGdD

    [MOC] Mazinger Z

    Hi all, After posting pics of my childhood hero Grendizer, I'm sharing some of his cousin Mazinger Z ! He's one of the most famous giant robots of Japan, and I tried to get his proportions right while maintaining great posing value, with joints on all the important places - it's been a challenging build ! I'm very happy with the result - so much that I made some adversaries for him, such as Doublas M2 : When the fight gets very intense, Mazinger can suffer - Here's what he looks like, inspired by the fight he lead in his final episode : And I'like to share a special version I made, inspired by the proposal seen on the Lego Car Blog to build in yellow and blue, which prompted me to make a symbolic gesture to support democracy : The fight is hard. War is ugly. But these cartoons - Mazinger, Grendizer - taught us life is more important than everything. And freedom is paramount. You can see more pics on my Flickr album ! Alexandre
  8. I am very excited to share with you about my BLACKTRON Mecha MOC in real life 🔥
  9. Hello Guys, 1990 LEGO SPACE Sub-theme MTRON Strikes back! with the MTRON MECHA🔥 Newest Mecha Design by me Stay tune for more detail updates ! Pl Plz leave comment to share your thoughts of my builds~
  10. MRYJ


    Hello Guys: I am MR.YJ, the MECHA Mocer from HONGKONG, CHINA. Very happy to share with you my MOCs here in Eurobrick Forum. HERE is one of my MOC Design, Super Action Space-MECH inspired by SPYRIUS theme. This is my first post 😄,Plz support and I will post more later, Tons of materials I have🔥 IG: YJ_LEGOSPACE NEXT Topic will be my favorite theme "EXPLORIENS" !!
  11. Hi all, Two years ago my girlfriend's son challenged me to build a 20cm Goldorak (Grendizer), my TV hero from 1978. I first believed it would be impossible, as I remember vividly trying to build a good-looking one with the parts available in the late 70s - fat chance ! So in 2020, I started browsing the Net for Grendizer and Mazinger MOCs, as well as other mechas for inspiration. I loved the models built by Len_d69, samsky76, Marco de Bon, Andrea Chaipella, Kaho82, Moko, but none was capturing the proportions of my hero to my satisfaction. After many, many hours of prototyping with real- and virtual- bricks (thanks MLCad, I love you), I could offer the boy his own Lego Grendizer for his Birthday. One year later, I've discovered how to make renderings with Blender so I can make clean pics of my creations... (it takes so long making real photos) so here's a selection. The figure stands 20cm tall, with a lot of articulations giving a lot of posing value. Here's a little fight to prove the point : Here are some of the baddies (Golgoths in French) he can fight with : ... and here's an ally in the form of his buddy Mazinger (I'll make a post for this one, who is much more famous than Grendizer ;-). You can see more on my Grendizer album ! Enjoy, Alexandre
  12. The Mugbearer

    [MOC] Prototype Tank (Generation Zero)

    Codename: Stridsmaskin 90 "Resen" The 2nd most heavily armored and armed of the machines, the Tank towers over houses and players alike, shaking the very ground with each step. Do not engage it without a strategy, plan your encounter in advance, and always be ready to run when the rockets start flying. The reference images are under the spoiler:
  13. Eki1210

    Combat Exo Frames - CO.EX.FR.

    In the near future, conflicts are still the same. Mankind battles over land and resources. But warfare itself has changed. Next to traditional weapon systems like tanks etc, a new weapon begins its reign of the battlefield. Highly advanced exo frames, conciousness-controlled humanoid robots, mark the peak of ground combat units. They are used by military, but also scattered through PMCs. Due to the relativley small size of exo frames, they lend themselves better for modern warfare. Fast, highly costumisable, and becoming less expensive by the day, military experts predict a rapid rise in exo frame numbers. CO.EX.FR. by Henrik S, auf Flickr A Frame undergoing maintenance work CO.EX.FR. - Patrol by Henrik S, auf Flickr Troops patrolling, supported by an Exo Frame This is the first Mecha Design i´m happy with, hope you enjoy!
  14. AlexGdD

    [MOC] Jeeg Robot

    Hi all, I'm still working on my "Lego Nagai Collection" (pun intended) so here's my Jeeg Robot MOC - a poseable figure standing 20cm tall. It was interesting this time having those sexy legs to render, very different from the other Super Robots designed by the Japanese master in the seventies ! The original toy had endless possibilities thanks to magnetic joints, and got many weapon add-ons as well as a horse - so kids would collect them all. Here are the Mech Drill reactors for instance : I still feel compelled to dedicate a version to the Ukrainian people - those cartoons spoke of war and actions but the heroes were always fighting for freedom and peace. You'll find more pics on my Flickr album : Enjoy !
  15. AlexGdD

    [MOC] Great Mazinger

    Hi all, well... Geihlen asked for a Great Mazinger after seeing my Grendizer MOC earlier, so there it is ! and in a less thunderous pose : My Flickr album is here : Enjoy !
  16. AlexGdD

    [MOC] Getter 1

    Hi all, I'm still working on my "Lego Nagai" collection, this time I've prototyped my version of Getter 1, another 70's super robot originally designed by Go Nagai of Mazinger / Grendizer / Cutey Honey / Devilman fame. The cartoon showed three jets that could combine, and according to the combining order, the resulting robot would be more suited to certain tasks. The transformation is practically impossible in real life so I've skipped the possibility with my 20cm figure. But I might still work on Getter 2 and 3 when the mood takes me ! Here are some pics : I tried and built a version with a more rounded face and more "holes", as in the original cartoon (for robot's eyes and pilot's cockpit) but the robot ended up looking like an ugly machine from Matrix, so I came back to my semi-cyclops 4-petal plate ! And a special version to say "enough with war !" - Getter is not carrying his "Getter Tomahawk" club / axe this time : The Flickr album is here : Hope you like it. Enjoy !
  17. the Inventor

    [MOC] Fuchikoma and Section 9 members

    For Marchikoma I build this Fuchikoma which even fits a fig quite nicely, see also for more information about the original. Fuchikoma - フチコマ by Ids, on Flickr When I had build this Fuchikoma based on the Ghost in the Shell manga, I also had to come up with some figs based on section 9, These are my (purist) take on the members of section 9, from left to right: Saito - Tactical Sniper Motoko Kusanagi - Major/Field Commander Togusa - Investigator/2nd Field Commander Daisuke Aramaki - Lieutenant Colonel/Section Chief Batou - Lead Investigator Boma - Spotter, Investigator, and bomb specialist Pazu - Investigator Ishikawa - Covert Intelligence and Technology Executive Officer and a Fuchikoma who does not want to miss the photo session. Public Security Section 9 - 公安9課 by Ids, on Flickr Thanks for looking.
  18. Codename: Jaktmaskin 60 "Ulven" Intelligent, swift, and silent, the Hunter attacks with lethal precision, showcasing a diverse range of tactics and weaponry to take down survivors of the uprising. They use LMGs and Rocket Launchers at a distance and their deadly bladed right arm in close combat. — Generation Zero Wiki And here's another Generation Zero build! I am proud of the result! The reference images are under the spoiler:
  19. I've been in love with Generation Zero, Avalanche Studios' first person, co-operative shooter about teens in 1980s Sweden surviving a robot invasion. It has a very distinct art style, not unlike that of the famous Swedish sci-fi artist Simon Stahlenhag. I feel like there were some tensions between him and Generation Zero's Devs, but don't quote me on this. The Runner is - hopefully - the first in a line of GenZ-inspired MOCs, and also my first finished MOC of 2022. Procrastination have been wearing hard on me for the past few years, so I welcome any kind of positive change! The reference images are under Spoiler:
  20. AlexGdD

    [MOC] Gaiking

    Hi all, here's another giant robot I've just finished planning in 3D. It's Gaiking, another great super robot design by Go Nagai. In 70's France we did not get the cartoon, so when the toy appeared, it was usually used a as villain against our beloved Goldorak (Grendizer) ! Gaiking combines three vehicles to form a formidable robot, in a very similar way to Big Dai X - another design by Go Nagai. (Check my earlier post with Big Dai X MOC). Gaiking can be equipped with more powerful arms and legs in "Power Up" mode : And of course my MOC can be displayed in Gattai (combine sequence) mode : You can see other pics in my Flickr Gallery : Enjoy !
  21. Hi all, here's another classic Go Nagai robot I had a lot of fun building (virtually for the moment, I need to order all those red parts now !). Very happy with all the rotating cannons and grilles, and the robot can actually transform / separate into 3 vehicles ! Here's how it's decomposed in 3 sub elements : And the 3 vehicles in flight mode : Here's a link to my MOC Big Dai X gallery ! Hope you like it. Enjoy !
  22. Lord Oblivion


    Severed are the seas. Stridently the Sirens sing, Shattering the earth. Instagram Twitter Gallery Some of the design is inspired by the Zaku mobile suits from Gundam.
  23. This is a commission for a client. Valimar is a mechanical knight from a tactical JRPG series Trials of Cold Steel, his signature weapon is a sword named Tachi. This is Valimar's in-game model that have been provided by the client as a reference: I also tried my hand at rendering the MOC in Blender for this one:
  24. Hey folks, New here and hoping to find someone interested in helping me with my project. I'd like to commission someone to design the 7 Divine Knights from the Trails of cold steel series for me. I got full 3D models available in blender for reference. Each one has a different color scheme and details but a similar framework, so I think this would be a really fun project. If you're interested please feel free to throw me a message. (╹◡╹) Cheers
  25. seejay

    Heart Melter Mk 2

    After building version one of this mech a couple of months ago, I realized that I needed stronger joints. It would hold a pose, but just felt to fiddly and prone to flopping over at the hips. This new version feels much sturdier, and I've made instructions for it and shared them on Rebrickable. See more on flickr