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  1. Buildings Landscapes Vehicles Space Architecture Pirates Castles Trains Licensed Modulars "Technic" Call it microscale or miniscale, there is something for every taste below minifig dimensions. From tiny models made of few parts to larger creations, the possibilities are endless, far beyond commemorative sets or feeble architectural attempts. No excuses, amounts of small parts shouldn't cost a fortune. For instance, from a business perspective and considering the younger customers' market segment, wouldn't it be better, at a price of a minifigure polybag, to buy some small pieces in order to actually give life to something? A first step, at an entry-level cost, in a new world. We ran out of shelves - nanoblock anyone? - but space-saving priority does not mean giving up on elaborate buildings. There is nothing that can't be achieved by microscale.
  2. ThaukaFilms


    How would your encounter with pirates end like?
  3. Hi! I present my own small sailing fleet in miniscale :) First part - Flotilla of the 18th century. Flotilla of the 18th century by balthazar_, on Flickr Second part - Famous ships of history. From left to right: Captain James Cook`s "Endeavour", "Mayflower", Thor Heyerdahl's "Kon-Tiki". Famous ships of the past centuries by balthazar_, on Flickr And bonus - catboat in another scale :) Catboat with sailors (~1:130) by balthazar_, on Flickr Hope you enjoyed. C&C are welcome!
  4. Hi Everyone! I want to show you miniscale variant of Horizon Express (10233). I hope you like it! Thank you!
  5. Pikachu

    Postman (Dirigible)

    This MOC took second place on Zeppelin Battle mini-contest on the site in 2013. Contestants were allowed to use paper for the balloon. Text is taken from the Contest Work: "How can dirigible is being used?" - You can ask me. "To deliver the mail!" - I will answer you. We have got many mail & we will deliver it with style! Let's get chains all over & load the mail! Clear windows to look outside: We have a super-power-engine to pull us: We have got TWO! Here are the tail & wings: They are completely independent & can rotate in any direction: (Everybody want to look "What's inside") Front & middle parts are quite simple: Tail: Tail ropes: Nose is "minimalistic": So it look like with paper on it: I Like this picture! It is like "In motion..." Thank you! P.S. Name "Postman" appears when i began to chain all over. Before chains it was like parcel in the post...