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  1. The enigmatic train, has stopped with questions on the period of lack of expression and melody, "Dorice" The nostalgic train, leaving towards the station of beginning and forgotten memory. This enigmatic steam locomotive, born in 21st Century, appeared to us with its old beautiful charm as if it were taking us back in time. Visualized in this project is a steam locomotive. Because they are the first type of locomotive, Dorice reflects the first order in Ancient Greek architecture as well as references the first music mode in the medieval/renaissance era, "Dorian mode”. Similarly to the Prelude and Fugue style in Baroque music, “Dorice” consists of two parts: the platform Crepidoma and the Dorice locomotive itself. The Crepidoma, which supports and flatters Dorice, has symbolical elements as well. One side of the structure represents elegant symmetry which symbolizes classical simplicity and sentimental fashion. The opposing side has the presence of coarse asymmetry which symbolizes baroque complexity and the use of logical mechanism. These symbols are complimentary, working together harmoniously but in contrasting ways. The Dorice locomotive, the style of British steam locomotive has adopted for the simple silhouette with majestic and elegant vibe of Doric order, By bringing out the heaviness through the robust design of the cylinders on both sides which can be observed from the façade, Dorice truly shows off its originality by elegantly balancing out the heaviness with its overall linear design. On the side of the boiler, there are grooves which remind of fluting of Doric order. On the top of boiler, the chimney which looks like Doric order's capital, standing figuratively. At the bottom of the boiler, on the wheels, a coupling rod that transforms the reciprocation motion of pistons to rotational motion is embodied, which can be observed using LEGO(R) Powered-Up parts. Inside the locomotive, there is an engine room that includes fire box, throttle and gauge, the tender connected to the locomotive has shovel and sliding door for coal; a lid for the tender's water tank on top. Instructions : https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-82798/InyongBricks/10277-crocodile-locomotive-alternative-build/#admin https://www.mocsmarket.com/lego-mocs/10277-crocodile-locomotive-alternative-build/
  2. Hi everyone, So I’ve been thinking and have decided to create a new topic for everyone’s 8 wide Speed Champion Mocs! This is because I find it a bit annoying to create a new topic for every Moc, so hopefully people here will be happy to contribute in terms of submitting your own Mocs or to just share your thoughts everyone’s builds. I am currently working on a Bugatti Chiron in 8 wide so I’ll post that here soon. If anyone wants to start this thread off by posting some pictures, please go ahead and hopefully this can become a permanent topic!
  3. (note; this is going to be a very long post, with many pictures and lots of reading. I enjoy those kind of posts by others, so when I post myself, I try to do likewise…) Let me spin you a yarn of fellow-rovers A tale of briny yearnings on a grey Monday morning, and of building a Legoset known as the 3in1 pirates set 31109. So get a drink and get a snack. Sit back, this is going to be a long one… And while you’re at it, could you spend this old sailor a ration of rum too? Good boy… This is the tale of… the briney brick 48: All Hands... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr I have not always been this salty dog you see before you now. Once I lived in a tread mill. Rising each day at dawn, sipping tepid tea while reading a news paper, pushed papers at an office, and going home for a meager meal and sleep. Day after weary day. Spilling tea from cup into saucer was the about the biggest adventure that could happen. Than one grey day, while reading the same bugger and bore as always in the papers, and sipping my tepid morning tea, it hit me; The briney brick... (1) by Jan Kusters, on Flickr (The heyday of my Lego origins was way back in the sixties, when Lego wheels were new. It means modern Lego can easily baffle me with things that go together one way, but not another way. While messing with Classic Space, I learned that bricklinking lose bricks was a certain road to trouble. Brilliant ideas turned out to be impossible once I received certain bricks. And at the same time, often solutions – when found – turned out much easier than expected. Classic Space taught me a valuable lesson. For modern Lego; start with one or more sets to learn the tricks, and to get a bunch of Lego that works well together. So when I decided to go into Lego sailing, I decided to buy a set. In fact, I had already done that, but that was still old Lego; set 398, the Constellation, was from 1978, and was mostly build from the kind of bricks I knew.) 0147 b afd 27-4-2018 em5 2578 by Jan Kusters, on Flickr It was a beautiful ship, very much along the lines of what I build as a kid, but better. And once I build it, I loved modifying it to give it a better rigging. (see https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/173194-uss-constellation-set-39810021-and-some-mods/&tab=comments for more on that build). It also taught me that I find it hard to build a set without at least some modifying. I tend to have my own ideas, even when guided… But this set was still too old, nothing like the classic Pirate ships that came out during my dark ages. I had turned my gaze towards Lego Pirates at a perfect moment; by the time I decided I really wanted to build such a boat, Lego came out with two fantastic new sets; Pirates of Barracuda Bay (set nr. 21322) and the Pirates 3in1 Creator set (nr. 31109). I loved them both! With Corona hitting the world and sending us all into more or less of a lock down, I found myself spending less money on going out and travel. I had time, I had some money, lets get them sets! I stashed away my 'old school' bricks, and my Classic Space bricks, bought 4 small drawer cabinets, ordered the sets for my birthday, and started… Entr'acte: work station finaly ready for action... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr Modern sets, in modern drawers... Set 31109, the 3in1 Pirate set from 2020, and the 21322 Pirates of Barracuda Bay set. I did not start with building those set right away. I was determined to make the most of it, and spread the fun over a long time. So I opened up the sets and sorted all the bricks into the drawers (and one large box for the bigger pieces). The plan was (and still is) to slowly work my way up to building the ships, wrapped in a story that slowly unfolds itself on my display shelf. I would modify where I so fit, and bricklink parts I needed, but with these two sets, I had a solid collection of modern Lego that would get me a long way. It was time to send Minifigme on an adventure… The Briney Brick... (2) by Jan Kusters, on Flickr With little money and even less experience, Minifigme did not quite start his nautical adventures as he had pictured it. No big boat and happy crew singing merry sea shanties. No one would hire an old inexperienced geezer as crew. And a small boat was all he could afford. A very small boat! Small, but good enough to learn the ropes. And the friendly second hand ships sales man threw in even a sea chest for provisions. As kind of a life boat to go with his ship… Last year, I had bought the 3in1 Deep Sea Creatures set 31088 and liked that a lot (I bought even two of them). Fish! by Jan Kusters, on Flickr I found many alternate builds for this set online. More than enough to give Minifigme all the adventures he dreamed of when cooped up behind his desk. A small boat is more than enough for adventure! Minifigme soon learned the sea is a big adventure alright. The Briney Brick... (3) by Jan Kusters, on Flickr Not two glasses out at sea, treetops and high rise hotels sank behind the horizon, and Minifigme came under attack of a giant prawn! Fighting for his life and provisions, he came out victorious, but with new respect for the sea and what lies beneath. The Briney Brick... (4) by Jan Kusters, on Flickr An antennae, knocked from the giant prawn, made for an excellent fishing rod, nice to add to his provisions. Although the first catch was not very inviting to eat. Raw swordfish, anyone? The sword might come in handy though... The Briney Brick 6 (a) Sea life... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr Not everything in the sea turned out to be monsters and trouble. Minifigme’s first whale sighting was cute enough… The Briney Brick 6 (b) and more sea life by Jan Kusters, on Flickr Until mommy dear showed up in a protective mood. The big whale was a known Lego alternate build with instructions online. The baby whale came from a Youtube channel (https://youtu.be/kWajNobR2Uo). The Giant Prawn is based on something I saw online, but build in my own way. Then one fine day, Mini-me spotted a lonely little island. Land Ho and all that! The Briney Brick 8 (a) Land Ho! by Jan Kusters, on Flickr Greetings from... Uhm.. Err... The Briney Brick 8 (b) Land Ho! by Jan Kusters, on Flickr There was a lot of driftwood on that Island, and Minifigme started to expend his little boat. Life on a deserted Island, with fish, coconuts and driftwood, what more could one want? Some proper tools perhaps. Of course the ocean is big and empty, but once you find a sweet spot, you’re bound to get company. And so one morning, Minifigme woke up to the sight of this… The Briney Brick 9 (a): PIRATES! by Jan Kusters, on Flickr Pirates! The Briney Brick 9 (b): PIRATES! by Jan Kusters, on Flickr A whole bunch of one legged Pirates – and one rather weathered looking castaway – had invaded his little island! (here's where I started modding stuff. Just little bits. After all, them pirates had been on their raft a long time, and they were pirates, not fishermen...) After the first shock, they turned out to be quite a friendly bunch. And once Minifigme was willing to share the driftwood and the fish he caught with them, they soon became best of friends. The Pirates were not lazy and pretty handy with a lot of things. They quickly started to make the island a lot more inhabitable. The Briney Brick 10 (a) by Jan Kusters, on Flickr The Briney Brick 10 (c) by Jan Kusters, on Flickr The Briney Brick 11 (a): Done... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr And so life became pretty easy going on their little tropical paradise... The Briney Brick 11 (d): Done... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr The Briney Brick 12 (a): by Jan Kusters, on Flickr The Briney Brick 12 (b): by Jan Kusters, on Flickr The Briney Brick 13 (b): going native... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr Minifigme has even gone native by cutting the sleeves from his shirt and by getting some ink done. Now this was all nice and dandy, but I have to admit, once everything was done, them pirates and Minifigme turned rather lazy and boring, almost like a bunch of Pensionados lazing about on a tropical island. Luckily one day Pip, the youngest mate, noticed a something in the sand, when the quartermaster removed some shrubbery. The Briney Brick 23 (a): X never EVER marks the spot... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr X never EVER marks the spot! Except when it does of course. The Briney Brick 23 (b): X never EVER marks the spot... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr There are not many things that get Pirates fired up like a hint of some hidden treasure, so they burst into activity right away. The Briney Brick 23 (c): X never EVER marks the spot... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr The resulting dig did not bring the expected loot, but it did point into a direction that Pirates can never resist. Skeletons? Maps? Thaddaway? There must be booty beyond that horizon! CAST OFF FORE AND AFT! MAKE SAIL! The Briney Brick 24: The fleet sets sail... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr And so a small armada packed up, cast off and set sail. Each in or on his own craft… And then, one foggy morning: The Briney Brick 30 a: as the fog slowly clears... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr 'Driftwood ahead! Lots of driftwood! Oh, uhm, and some sharp pointy rocks too, by the way…' As the morning fog cleared, it turned out to be more than just driftwood. The Briney Brick 30 b: as the fog slowly clears... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr And thus our intrepid crew came across a ship, wrecked on a small rocky island. After a careful check and some deliberations, It was decided to try and fix the ship up again. The Briney Brick 31 c: Them poor sods... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr With the wreck came 3 new crewmen. Good honest traders by their own admission, but willing to join the Pirates if that would get them off the rocks. Meet the brothers Port and Starboard, and Big All. The Briney Brick 34 b: Heave Ho mates! by Jan Kusters, on Flickr The ship’s hold turned out to be a treasure trove of tools, paint and other useful stuff. The Briney Brick 33 c: What do we have here? by Jan Kusters, on Flickr Deep down in the hold of the wreck, the quartermaster even found a couple of canon barrels, perhaps used as ballast, or else for sale. Apart from the wreck itself, these were the best finds! The Briney Brick 34 c: Heave Ho mates! by Jan Kusters, on Flickr Heave ho! Lining up parts of the hull and pulling her together again. The Briney Brick 35: Men at work 1 by Jan Kusters, on Flickr Remind me Port, how was it again? Measure once, cut twice? The Briney Brick 37: Men at work (4) by Jan Kusters, on Flickr Heave Ho again! Moving wood. Moving so much wood! With all the rafts taken apart, and shortening the ship a few feet, there was more than enough wood to rebuild her. The Briney Brick 37: Men at work (3) by Jan Kusters, on Flickr The ship had no gun ports, it had indeed been a harmless merchant. With the canons found in the hold however, it could become so much more. If only some gun ports could be cut… Modding time: I added a deck. Simple; the original open deck had an 8x10 stud hole, so a 8x8 grill plate with 2 2x8 plates on the sides would fill it nicely. Entr'acte: the ship from set 31109, and some small modifications. by Jan Kusters, on Flickr The briney brick 43: heave ho once more by Jan Kusters, on Flickr I also added a capstan to the centre of the grill plate, so my poor crew no longer had to dangle like a bunch of grapes from a rope to haul something. It also makes it easier to take out that deck part and reach the guns below. The Briney Brick 40: The downside of good ideas... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr The only downside to the added deck is more deck to swab. Pip had been pretty impressed by the figure head. Of course it had lost some of its charm, with a lot of wood weathered and silvering. Time for a touch up! The Briney Brick 33 a: What do we have here? by Jan Kusters, on Flickr The Briney Brick 39: a ship taking shape 2 by Jan Kusters, on Flickr Intermezzo 2: adjusting the Ginger Mermaid... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr (more slight modding; from left to right from original to what is now the figure head (number 4) and one beyond) The Briney Brick 39: a ship taking shape 1 by Jan Kusters, on Flickr Quartermaster in a bosun’s chair, giving the captain’s quarters on the original just brow ship a lick of fresh paint. (thus restoring the wreck to original 31109 colours). And more modding time. The Briney Brick 42 (c): Adding a closed forcastle by Jan Kusters, on Flickr I wanted to close up the front of the fore castle. That in itself was easy enough, although it took me a time to decide on windows or a door to access the galleon. And I wanted to change the bow sprit a bit… The Briney Brick 42 (a): Adding a closed forecastle by Jan Kusters, on Flickr A wall in the fore castle was simple enough, and much to my delight, the shutters in the arched windows can swing out like this! Who knew! I had spend weeks agonising over windows or door in that wall... Entr'acte: the ship from set 31109, and some small modifications. by Jan Kusters, on Flickr I also altered the Capstan on the fore deck a little. Set directly on the 1 layer higher frond deck. Stud shooters with a 1x1 round brick instead of a plate make excellent swivel guns... And if closed studs are used, they will even shoot that brick... The Briney Brick 42 (b): Adding a closed forcastle by Jan Kusters, on Flickr The forecastle is now Baldies domain, the galley. With a good stack of rum of course. Most of my mods to the ship are based on a replica 17th century ship, de Halve Maen (the Half Moon in old Dutch). It is a replica of a Dutch small(ish) seagoing ship. The original was from 1609, a sailing replica was build in 1989 in Albany, New York. That replica spend some years in the Netherlands, which gave me a chance to visit it. In my view the lines of the ship from set 31109, with its high fore castle and high stern, remind me of a late 16th or early 17th century ship. So it might be something like this, a fast ‘Yacht’, or a small galleon with a smallish crew. Staysails and the gaff-mizzen are from later date, when ships also became less ‘curved’. The only things really missing from the 31109 set are lateen sails on the mizzen and a Bonaventura masts at the back. I could not figure an easy way to fit them (the masts of the Lego set are actually too far back) and they would make the cabin at the back less accessible (the entire poop deck flips up). I could, however, add a bowsprit-mast with square sails instead of stay sails. The gaffed mizzen stays furled up on my ship. Most fore- and aft sails on these ships were more for steering and balancing the ship on course than for going faster. The full ship... Galley in the fore castle... The briney brick 44: Raising the masts by Jan Kusters, on Flickr Raising the masts… For now I would like to keep this ship pretty much as brick build as I can. I am curious about how it compares to the 'specialize parts' ship from Barracuda Bay. For that reason I am also using the Technic-part build masts, although I think the one piece masts like the Barracuda Bay has looks better (and I can find those even in brown). Entr'acte: the ship from set 31109, and some small modifications. by Jan Kusters, on Flickr I did change the masts a bit with bricklinked parts. I made them ‘stepped’ like real masts would be, and I replaced a bunch of grey ‘washers’ with brown half tubes. Entr'acte: the ship from set 31109, and some small modifications. by Jan Kusters, on Flickr I also changed the way the sails are attached a bit, they are now all on pins with a ball, and a ball cup at the spar, so I can move them about more easily. So far the rigging is my only real departure from the 'brick build' style. The rubbery string rigging from set 31109 looks fine, and fits better than what I am using now, but I like how I can pose minifings in the old style one piece rigging. It is also easier to partly disassemble things quick for posing figures or taking pictures… It is possible that, at some point in the future, I might decide to do my own rigging in real rope, and sails in paper or cloth. That is what I did ad a kid; I would build a (rather rudimentary) ship in Lego (not much else was possible in the sixties) with wooden dowel masts and spars, and spend days on making a rigging from darning wool and cutting sails from old handkerchiefs mom would give me after enough begging. But that would only be once I decide to change the ship into display instead of active play use. Which might be a while or never… The briney brick 47 (a): launch day... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr Finally it was time to launch the rebuild ship. With the new shiny figure head, the ship practically named itself. ‘The Crimson Mermaid’, what else could it be? The briney brick 47 (d): launch day... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr The launch party would have been even better had one man remained on board to drop the anchor. As it was, after the launch there was a mad scramble and swim to get the ship before she drifted off. Luckily Monty (the weathered looking castaway) had made friends with a shark, and that proved handy to catch up with the drifting ship… the briney brick 49; Pip at the steering wheel... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr Another small mod, and very much not historically accurate for a ship this age; a compass binnacle with steering wheel and compass light. An actual ship this age would have been steered with a whipstaff or even a tiller below deck, and commands shouted down to the helmsman. But I have a bright crew who comes up with great inventions… And I have a steering wheel… I have even added a working compass-brick I found on Bricklink. Final modding: I did make some changes and extra’s in sails. For all sails I added spars with furled up sails, to use when the ship is anchored. For sailing conditions I added one fully deployed large sail, to be used on the foremast or mainmast, and I added a spritsail (on the bow sprit) and an furled up upper spritsail instead of the stay sail of the original set. The mizzen sail is also usually kept furled up. And so here she finally is, in all her sailing glory... The Briney Brick 54: dead calm... by Jan Kusters, on Flickr Entr'acte: the ship from set 31109, and some small modifications. by Jan Kusters, on Flickr The Crimson Mermaid!
  4. Welcome to my Brick World and welcome to the City of Brickgate! A project from Germany... Since August 2020, I've been working on a large and, most importantly, realistic LEGO city whose progress you can follow several times a week on my YT Channel. The feedback of my community plays a big role Here I show you some current pictures of my work. There are more than 100,000 bricks on the table so far and there will be many more to come. Also extensions of the area are already planned. Big highlight is the station, which takes an area of 10 plates with 48x48 studs each, is completely modular and is built on three levels. In addition, there is also the old city wall and an old town is also planned... In addition, the entire project will also be gradually illuminated. You can also visit YT and leave a subscription, if you always want to see the latest from Brickgate and Brick World! City Tour from May 2021: Current pictures from today:
  5. pianosarang3288

    Castle Concept Starbucks

    I saw an interesting project in ideas This is made by my friend! Visit and saw his fresh idea. https://ideas.lego.com/projects/19cd1ba6-ca29-477c-ac85-813180ed67f6
  6. aberrant85

    Hello, My Name is Nathan

    Hi, my name is Nathan, I'm new here (obviously) and have some cool NASA alt builds to share as well as my Lego Idea Dinotopia Waterfall City. Hope to be able to share without wearing out my welcome!
  7. I do not know if the expresion is it right on english, but is when you start a neverending process of improvement. On big and medium MOCs there are so many ways to do it something that I can building an axle for days looking for the best way to do it and when I achieve anything I like I think if the first ones would not be bettter and I start again like Sisifo, I am watching Ulises 31 again...
  8. yogokazunori

    Building a Mech

    Hi! I just recently got into Lego and I'm interested in MOCs. I saw the Ninjago Overlord Dragon and was inspired to turn it into a mech. I've watched some videos about making mech frames, arms, legs etc but I need help identifying parts to make joints so I can purchase them individually in bricklink. I'm actually interested in balljoints for the shoulders and hips and the smaller ones for the wrists and ankles. Also, what is the best to use to connect the head to the body? Finally, I wanted to convert the wings into swords. So what parts would be good for hilts?
  9. Hello one and all, For those that have more experience with pneumatic systems, I was wondering if a self-sustainable, closed-loop system is feasible with LEGO pneumatics? I have been toying with the following idea in my mind: Air tanks lend air to an engine and to a power generator, leftover air from the engine going to a turbine, and from that to two compressors. Power from the pneumatic power generator goes to the lego-built compressors which resupply air to the air tanks. Would such a system work? Or am I looking at a pipe dream (pun intended)?
  10. I would like to create in one place current list of best Lego Star Wars MOCs in UCS size with instruction available to purchase and build. For now i came up with such a list: Best UCS size: 1. Sandcrawler by Cavegod and Marshal Banana https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/159511-moc-cavegods-ucs-sandcrawler/ 2. Imperial Star Destroyer by Raskolnikov https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/152690-isd-aggressor-star-destroyer-moc-w-interior-and-instructions/ 3. AT-AT by Cavegod and Jhaelego and (AT-ACT) https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/138552-moc-the-ultimate-at-at-walker/ https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/117382-cavegod-ucs-at-at-instructions/ https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/40849-ultimate-collectors-scale-all-terrain-armoured-transport/ https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/154242-moc-minifigure-scale-ucs-at-act/ 4. Super Star Destroyer by Onecase https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/160425-moc-executor-class-star-dreadnought/ https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/163280-instructions-executor-class-star-dreadnought/ 5. Neblun-B by Mortsev and Dranac https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/131170-moc-ucs-medical-frigate-further-improvements-and-instructions/ https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/135698-mortesvs-ucs-nebulon-b-medical-frigate-instructions-available/ https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/130986-moc-ucs-nebulon-b-frigate-by-dranac/ 6. A-Wing by Anio https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/108296-moc-ucs-a-wing/ 7. U-Wing by Starbricks https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/146899-moc-ut-60d-u-wing-sb00101-ucs/ 8. Tie Silencer by Starbricks https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/158930-sb00201-ts-project-moc-tie-silencer-ucs/ 9. AT-M6 by Jhaelego https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/159977-moc-minifig-scale-at-m6/ 10. Zeta Cargo Shuttle by Renegade Clone https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/150375-moc-instructions-ucs-zeta-class-cargo-shuttle/ https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/146805-moc-ucs-zeta-class-cargo-shuttle/ 11. Ghost by Brickvault https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/157602-star-wars-rebels-ucs-ghost-minifig-scale/ 12. Venator by Anio/Polo https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/37663-venator-class-republic-attack-cruiser/ 13. Imperial Star Destroyer by Onecase https://www.flickr.com/photos/138419110@N08/32429001358/in/dateposted/ 14. Corvus by RichboyJhaec https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghuL-7fUczs&t=937s 15. Zeta-Class Cargo Shuttle by Cavegod https://www.brickvault.toys/collections/all/products/zeta-class-shuttle-minifig-scale 16. Resistance Bomber by Star Bricks https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/170102-sb00301-b-project-moc-resistance-bomber-ucs/ https://www.starbricks.net/b-project 17. Kylo Ren’s Command Shuttle by Cavegod https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/170401-moc-cavegod’s-ucs-kylo-ren’s-command-shuttle/ 18. Tie Bomber by Yannik Brandt https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uPGrWnjgpiw Other UCS size: 13. Desert Barge Sail by Baronsat https://www.baronsat.net/baronshop/INSTRUCTIONS-SW-JABBA-BARGE.htm 14. MOD Tie Interceptor by Jazbass https://imgur.com/gallery/SOaVL https://imgur.com/gallery/s70rCm0 15. ARC-170 by SarinoooO S https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVqh0saM264 16. First Order Special Forces Tie Fighter by Cavegod https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/165197-moc-cavegods-first-order-special-forces-tie-fighter/ 17. TIE Reaper by Jhaelego https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/152358-mocldd-instructions-tie-reaper/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4ulNn9lqZA&t=284s 18. Eclipse-Class Dreadnought by Jorstad-Designs https://www.jorstad-designs.com/product-page/instructions-eclipse-class-dreadnought 19. UCS Rey´s Speeder by Robert Lundmark https://www.flickr.com/photos/133266472@N05/25313457368/in/dateposted/ 20. Millennium Falcon by RichboyJhae https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5XcVgqoUbM&t=21s 21. AT-AT by Lego TK-1138 https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/107648-ldd-at-at/ 22. Marshall Banana's Millennium Falcon by Brick Customs https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/147385-i-made-a-replica-of-marshall-bananas-7500pc-lego-millennium-falcon-instructions/ 23. Jango Fett Slave 1 by RichboyJhae https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5Ij_J8VoV8 24. Jango Fett Slave 1 by Brick Customs https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/152809-moc-ucs-jango-fetts-slave-1-instructions/&tab=comments#comment-2833300 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDs3AEJgv5I&t=46s https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/152809-moc-ucs-jango-fetts-slave-1-instructions/ 25. Jango Fett Slave 1 by Jorstad Design https://www.jorstad-designs.com/product-page/instructions-ucs-jango-s-slave-i 26. Venator-Class Star Destroyer by Elisss_2 https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/160651-moc-ucs-venator-class-star-destroyer/ 27. Imperial Light Cruiser by insideLego https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/152106-moc-imperial-light-cruiser/ 28. Imperial Interdictor Cruiser by insideLego https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/151884-lego-star-wars-imperial-interdictor-cruiser-moc/ 29. Pelta-Class Frigate by insideLego https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/152776-lego-star-wars-moc-pelta-class-frigate/ Speeder Bike by NNOPMOC https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/109680-moc-speeder-bike/ Hyperdrive ring by syrhilla https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/154004-moc-hyperdrive-ring-for-ucs-10215/&tab=comments#comment-2937498 Tie Defender by Cavegod https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/145473-mocinstructions-cavegods-tie-defender/ Tie Defender by mcgrah https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/147915-mocucs-tied-defender/ TIE Interceptor by ClassicLook https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/152675-mod-7181-ucs-tie-interceptor/&tab=comments#comment-3023076 Snowspeeder by drakmin https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/96421-moc-t-47-rebel-snowspeeder-instructions-available/ Zenith - Old Republic escort cruiser by Bob De Quatre https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/86691-ldd-moczenith-old-republic-escort-cruiser/ X-Wing Red 5 by usfighting https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/104810-moc-ucs-x-wing-red-5/&tab=comments#comment-2113271 Tie Bomber by spacepilot3000 https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/46759-moc-ucs-tie-bomber/ B-Wing by Cavegod https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/30184-moc-ucs-b-wing/&tab=comments#comment-936344 Lamba Shuttle Tydirium by Cavegod https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/30185-moc-ucs-lamba-shuttle-tydirium/ Venator Star Destroyer by thire5 https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/26049-moc-venator-star-destroyer/ Non UCS size: A-wing Starfighter by Jerac https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/168637-a-wing-of-a-wings/ X-wing Starfighter by Jerac https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/166523-moc-star-wars-the-x-wing-story/ TIE Defender by Jerac https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/169059-the-defender-of-the-empire/ TIE Advanced by Jerac https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/161063-sfs-tiex1-advanced/ TIE Interceptor by Jerac https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/157444-tie-fighter-tie-interceptor/ TIE Bomber by Jerac https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/160174-sfs-tiesa-bomber/ TIE Fighter by Jerac https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/157444-tie-fighter-tie-interceptor/ B-wing Starfighter by Inthert N-1 Naboo Starfighter by Inthert https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/154913-moc-naboo-n-1-starfighter-breakdown/ Y-Wing by Brickwright https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/84780-minifigure-scale-y-wing-instructions/ Snowspeeder by Flying Waffle U-wing Starfighter by Caleb Ricks CR-90 Corellian Corvette - Blockade Runner (Tantive IV) by Mortsev https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/155304-instructions-mortesvs-cr-90-corvette-blockade-runner-tantive-iv/ https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/139982-moc-ucs-cr-90-corellian-corvette-–-blockade-runner-tantive-iv/ GR-75 by Mortsev https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/137021-moc-1-250-mini-ucs-rebel-transport-gr-75-ldd-file/ AT-AT by Raskolnikov https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/143010-build-your-own-plus-size-at-at/ https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/142646-at-at-moc-plus-sized-but-not-super-big/ AT-ST by Gol https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/120770-moc-another-at-st-version-2/ Constrictor II - Playable Interdictor Cruiser by Raskolnikov https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/161369-constrictor-ii-imperial-interdictor-w-instructions/ https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/137125-moc-imperial-interdictor-cruiser-the-iic-constrictor/ Hammerhead Corvette by Dmarkng https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/149057-moc-instructions-dmarkngs-hammerhead-corvette/ AT-M6 by Edge of Bricks (Kozikyo86) https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/155317-moc-ucs-first-order-heavy-assault-walker-at-m6/ First Order Xi-Class Light Shuttle by Edge of Bricks (Kozikyo86) https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/164439-wip-moc-first-order-xi-class-light-shuttle/ First Order Upsilon-Class Command Shuttle by Edge of Bricks (Kozikyo86) https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/168820-moc-mod-first-order-upsilon-class-command-shuttle/ First Order AT-ST Walker by Edge of Bricks (Kozikyo86) https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/157323-moc-first-order-at-st-walker/ The Empire over Jedha City by Onecase https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/164991-moc-the-empire-over-jedha-city/ https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/168072-instructions-the-empire-over-jedha-city/ Mos Eisley Cantina by iScreamClone Mos Eisley Additional Buildings by iScreamClone Carbon Freeze Chamber by iScreamClone Speeder Bike by Anio https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/86896-ucs-speeder-bike/ Super Star Destoryer by Anio https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/45924-moc-executor-class-super-star-destroyer/ Slave I by Anio https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/44221-moc-ucs-boba-fetts-slave-1/&page=3&tab=comments#comment-870935 Tie Fighter by Anio https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/26055-moc-tie-fighter-ucs/ Invisible Hand by Anio https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/90000-ucs-invisible-hand/ Royal Naboo Starship by Anio https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/69102-fully-chromed-ucs-royal-naboo-starship/ Republic Cruiser by Anio https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/63769-ucs-republic-cruiser/ Sebulba's Podracer by Anio https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/58540-ucs-scale-sebulbas-podracer/ Juggernaut HAVw A6 by Anio https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/54597-ucs-juggernaut-havw-a6/ Anakin Skywaker' Podracer by Anio https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/32824-ucs-anakin-skywaker-podracer-with-video-and-building-instruction/ AT-TE by Anio https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/26375-moc-at-te-ucs/ Super Star Destroyer Executor by Bob De Quatre https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/71969-moc-yet-another-super-star-destroyer-executor/ Invisible Hand by L-DI-EGO https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/63753-ldd-moc-invisible-hand/&tab=comments#comment-1706242 Star Destroyer by All in the Reflexes https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/109505-ldd-mod-ucs-star-destroyer/ Interdictor Class Cruiser by Tommy Styrvoky https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/149635-moc-ldd-star-wars-rebels-interdictor-class-cruiser/ Kylo Ren's Upsilon-class Shuttle by LegoStarWarsLDDShop https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/121984-lddmod-kylo-rens-upsilon-class-shuttle/ Sith Infiltrator by Anio https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/111294-moc-ucs-sith-infiltrator/ Jabba's Sail Barge by Anio https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/93733-ucs-jabbas-sail-barge/ Tie Bomber by Volt_Bricks https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/122597-tie-bomber-moc/ Tie Interceptor by dream-in-bricks https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/142586-moc-tie-interceptor-proportions-study-11-months-later/ First Order Elite TIE Interceptor by Kozikyo86 https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/161015-moc-first-order-elite-tie-interceptor/ Naboo N-1 by jameseilers https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/137298-moc-ldd-naboo-n-1-starfighter/ Naboo N-1 by samppu https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/143685-moc-naboo-n1-royal-starfighter-fully-functional/ Republic Gunship by JBB_777 https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/151790-republic-gunship/ Phantom by ScottishDave https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/132482-moc-lxf-minifig-scale-phantom-from-star-wars-rebels/ AT-AT by Anio https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/148170-mod-anios-at-at/ https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/68782-moc-ucs-at-at/ B-Wing by Renegade Clone https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/120744-update-to-my-b-wing-design/ ATT by Anio https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/92952-ucs-aat/ Tie Fighter by barneius https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/168825-moc-mod-instructions-imperial-tie-fighter/ INCOM T-70 X-Wing Fighter by All in the Reflexes https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/120731-moc-ldd-ucs-incom-t-70-x-wing-fighter/ Delta Class DX-9 Stormtrooper transport by michaelozzie https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/138962-moc-delta-class-dx-9-stormtrooper-transport/&tab=comments#comment-2972462 Imperial Light Cruiser by insideLego https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/152106-moc-imperial-light-cruiser/&tab=comments#comment-2905998 Y-Wing Clone Wars Era by IcarusBuilds https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/150483-mocwipldd-minifig-scale-clone-wars-btl-b-y-wing-starfighter/&tab=comments#comment-2900145 X-Wing by cehnot https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/144361-moc-the-x-wing-strikes-back/&tab=comments#comment-2708149 Imperial Shuttle by michaelozzie https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/117375-wip-imperial-shuttle/&tab=comments#comment-2641053 Venator Class Star Destroyer by _Samibotss_ https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/117625-ldd-moc-venator-class-star-destroyer/&tab=comments#comment-2438441 X-Wing by PoweredbyNorth https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/71783-ucs-xwing-2nd-edition/ Nebulon B-2 by Walter Kovacs https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/39040-ucs-scale-nebulon-b-2/ B-Wing by krispy https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/78051-moc-minifig-scale-b-wing-with-instructions-and-ldd/&tab=comments#comment-1483742 Hammerhead Corvette by Jorstad Design https://www.jorstad-designs.com/product-page/ucs-hammerhead-corvette-rogue-one-1 Hammerhead Corvette (Rebels) by Jorstad Design https://www.jorstad-designs.com/product-page/ucs-hammerhead-corvette-star-wars-rebels Imperial Immobilizer 418 Star Destroyer by Jorstad Design https://www.jorstad-designs.com/product-page/ucs-imperial-immobilizer-418-star-destroyer Venator-Class Star Destroyer by Jorstad Design https://www.jorstad-designs.com/product-page/ucs-venator-class-star-destroyer Lucrehulk-Class Battleship by Jorstad Design https://www.jorstad-designs.com/product-page/instructions-lucrehulk-class-cargo-hauler UCS size MOCs which maybe will have instructions in the future: Imperial Star Destroyer by Onecase https://www.flickr.com/photos/138419110@N08/32429001358/in/dateposted/ Desert Skiff by Anio https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/167855-ucs-desert-skiff/ http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?i=6575752 Imperial Landing Craft by Cavegod https://www.flickr.com/photos/42956921@N08/sets/72157625732347132 GR-75 by Cavegod https://www.flickr.com/photos/42956921@N08/sets/72157629813069766 UCS Tantive IV - CR-90 Corvette by Kit Bricksto https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/154956-moc-ucs-tantive-iv-cr-90-corvette/ AT-AT by LiLimeFromDaFuture https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/160363-new-ucs-at-at-teased/&tab=comments#comment-2948642 Marshal Bananas' Lambda Shuttle by Hamsha https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/163286-moc-my-version-of-marshal-bananas-lambda-shuttle/ Corvus by RichboyJhaec https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghuL-7fUczs&t=937s Kylo Ren's Command Shuttle by Cavegod https://www.flickr.com/photos/42956921@N08/44571254002/in/dateposted/ Kylo Ren's Command Shuttle by leeCTA https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/152498-moc-ucs-kylo-rens-command-shuttle/ Resurgent-Class Star Destroyer by Kommander https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/157783-wip-ucs-resurgent-class-star-destroyer/ Zeta-Class Cargo Shuttle by Cavegod https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/160397-ucs-zeta-class-cargo-shuttle/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/42956921@N08/sets/72157677086731271 Jedi Interceptor by Anio https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/155066-ucs-jedi-interceptor/ Venator Class Star Destroyer by Ellisss_2 https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/144269-ucs-wip-moc-venator-class-star-destroyer/ Y-Wing Clone Wars Era by Hold0511 https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/140165-moc-ucs-y-wing-10134-clone-wars-era-wip/ UCS size MOCs without instructions Imperial Star Destroyer by Jerac https://www.flickr.com/photos/jerac/14160821890/in/dateposted/ https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/96373-moc-isd-chimaera/ X34 Landspeeder https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/104680-moc-ucs-x34-landspeeder/&page=3 https://www.flickr.com/photos/128945222@N04/16427154461/in/album-72157649885427838/ Jabba's Sail Barge by markus1984 https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/93982-ucs-sail-barge-moc/ Jabba's Sail Barge by Chris Wight https://www.flickr.com/photos/60627060@N08/27505296025/in/dateposted/ UCS Tie Bomber by Cavegod https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/57860-ucs-tie-bomber/&tab=comments#comment-1030745 AT-AT by Maciej Szymański https://www.flickr.com/photos/dmaclego/22732985008/ Lambda Shuttle by Marshal Banana https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/151977-lambda-shuttle-and-star-destroyer-mocs/ Imperial Star Destroyer by Raskolnikov https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/130922-moc-imperial-star-destroyer-tyrant/ https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/146195-video-if-anyones-curious-how-the-isd-tyrant-opens-up/ Millennium Falcon by Marshal Banana https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/118890-moc-millennium-falcon-still-the-coolest-spaceship/ Upsilon-class command shuttle by Renegade Clone https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/119078-moc-upsilon-class-command-shuttle/ Star Destroyer Finalizer by AnkTales https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/167737-moclego-star-destroyer-finalizer-moc-with-10000-bricks/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VGKzLs1yfmc Venator-class Star Destroyer "Atelles" by Philipp Neumann https://www.flickr.com/photos/39520243@N03/sets/72157620671087561 https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/135771-finished22-meters-long-venator-class-star-destroyer-atelles/&tab=comments#comment-2705649 Venator by Lego Customs 0401 https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/138280-moc-wip-big-venator-project/ Venator-Class Star Destroyer by Alec Doede https://www.flickr.com/photos/17634665@N07/22228506166/in/dateposted/ Clone Turbotank by Rick Zonneveld https://www.flickr.com/photos/115031425@N04/sets/72157649468729312 https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/102744-clone-turbo-tank/ Executor - Super Star Destroyer by Tigrouaugustin https://moc.bricklink.com/pages/moc/mocitem.page?idmocitem=5853 https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/146361-moc-exécuteur-super-star-destroyer-185-m-73-pouces-61-pieds-in-progress/ Executor Super Star Destroyer by BerraBZ https://moc.bricklink.com/pages/moc/mocitem.page?idmocitem=3252 Mon calamari MC80 Home One by Baciccia_1978 https://moc.bricklink.com/pages/moc/mocitem.page?idmocitem=419 Mon Calamari MC80 Liberty by Baciccia_1978 https://moc.bricklink.com/pages/moc/mocitem.page?idmocitem=417 UCS Sith Fury-Class Sith Interceptor by markus19840420 https://www.flickr.com/photos/71475401@N07/29328813276/in/album-72157644753191459/ https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/139693-sith-fury-class-interceptor-tor-idsmo-r4-final/ Vehicles from Original Trilogy which would be great to have instruction to UCS size MOC: -Jabba Sail Barge -Tie Bomber -Landspeeder X34 -Sentinel-class landing craft (maybe Cavegod will made instruction) -Desert Skiff (maybe Anio will made instruction) -Tantive IV Blocade Runner (maybe Kit Bricksto will made instruction) -Tie Interceptor (there were some mods to Lego UCS Tie Fighter?) -GR-75 (maybe Cavegod will made instruction) -Home One -Mon Calamari If You know about anything else worth adding to list please leave the comment i will update the list.
  11. Erik Leppen

    Purism

    I notice there is less resistance against using non-Lego solutions in this board than in the past. In a recent topic about pulleys for a crane, http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/150151-heavy-lift-crane-boom-pulley-design-will-pay-for-ip/, at least three different people suggest modding pulleys by changing the axle hole, while the same problem can be easily solved by putting the wheels on a bar instead of an axle. In a recent topic about turntables, http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/149965-alternative-turntables/, the first suggestions are to use AFOL custom part designs. This is suggested before anyone even thinks about how this can be done in Lego. In http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/148319-little-8865-my-tribute-to-40-years-of-technic, someone built a miniature verson of 8865 using only the springs from the shock absorber parts and the first 20 replies made no mention of that specific point. (What speaks in favor of the builder though, is that he provided an alternative solution using rubber bands.) I thought this was a forum about Lego, where people use Lego pieces to solve problems, without "cheating". I remembered the days where if you used a modified piece your MOC wasn't even considered a Lego model by many people. Nowadays, there's hardly mention on this and it sometimes feels that I'm the only person here that still cares, that can't appreciate a model if the builder copped out somewhere. My rule still is, If you can't do it in Lego, then you can't do it. And a model that doesn't do it is better to me than a model that does it by cheating. After all, if you're allowing A, then why not allow B, and then C, all the way to Z and if that happens, what are we even doing? I understand 3D printing has something to do with it, but isn't the whole sport that you have a limited set of pieces that you'll have to do with, and that that means that some things can't be done? Isn't that the whole idea? I mean, if everything can be done, where's the achievement in doing it? Having done my bit of a rant, I am curious to see how others are seeing this. Have others also noticed a trend over the years? What are your opinions on it? What are your opinions on purism vs. using non-Lego solutions? Do you use non-Lego, and if so, why? What's OK to you and what's not, and why? Custom string? Custom stickers/prints? Custom tyres? Custom coloring? Custom springs? Can you define a limit that makes clear what's within and what's outside? If it's not clear, how do you handle the gray area? If you're an extensive user of non-Lego solutions, why are you into Lego instead of scale modeling in general? What are your opinions about all this?
  12. Hello all! I have begun planning for a MOC I am making in my goal to create a realistic depiction of a bustling metropolis city, heavily influenced by New York City. It would be a police station! I am not an experienced builder (as in I have never made a modular MOC before), and I thought the best way to come up with a design was to lay out my options, by scouting around the Internet for other existing MOCs are real precincts in NYC. However, I have noticed many of these Police Station MOCs are just "big grey boxes" (I don't mean this in a mean way, but they are largely grey and they are very rectangular), and the real precincts are decrepit, brick boxes! I want my station to look nice, have texture, etc. etc., but I don't want it to be just one big box. The coolest station I saw so far was this French Police Station (I forget the guy's name, but I believe he posted this on Flickr; his name was French too), but the problem is that its architecture is obviously French in nature, and would look odd in my American city. I have come here for advice. Specifically, how do I make my station look "nice" (i.e. doesn't look like a City set, it has texture, it looks like the great MOCs I always see here on Eurobricks!) and realistic without it looking like one big grey box? Any ideas for sources, or any existing MOCs you really like that fit my criteria (Urban, American Police Station)?
  13. Hello, A few days ago I have decided to start building in Stud.io micro models from World of Warcraft because it is my favorite game and waiting for LEGO to release official sets. These models are one of my first mocs so they could be built better. ;) I started with The Dark Portal and then decided to build Naxxramas. Currently working on the 3rd model. Last night I have created two versions of the model but didn't like it. The picture shows the final version of the top part of the building. Can you guess what is the building? ;)
  14. Mini LEGO

    Tiny tiny LEGO robot and tank

    I am sorry. I can see dusts in my videos. I should have been careful. I made some stop motion animation in the head parts of the videos. I hope you enjoy them also.
  15. Zephyr261

    Tips for Realistic Vehicle Design

    Hello! I have never built any sort of custom LEGO Vehicle, but I really am interested in doing so. The problem for me is design and scale. How do you make a car that looks good, but is also proportionate to Minifigs? The kind of cars I want to build are modern, stock sedans, SUVs, buses, and trucks. I am mainly asking for tips, but if you have pictures of your own custom cars, I would greatly appreciate it!
  16. With an index of all the MOCs now live there are a lot of cool builds to find and reviews to read. Some of these threads are rather old, creations shared by members who have long since left the forum or simply gone inactive, reviews for themes long since passed. Of course, we want to share the cool things we find and comment on the builds and reviews, but bumping is not the best. So the solution is this thread! If you find an old MOC (anything dated from last year backwards) or review and you want to share the find, make a comment or discuss a point then post in here with a link. Of course, you could try dropping the builder/reviewer a message or @ them in the post you make here. You never know who still lurks around. Happy treasure hunting.
  17. W Navarre

    The Ilesole Saga

    "Long ago, far to the southwest of all of Historica... "There lay, and there lies still, a tall and lonely city, which is called, Ilesole." "Forgive me! Please!" "It is not for me to forgive..." "But if the skies above can be measured, and the foundations of the earth searched out beneath... "If the sea into which he was cast is washed away with time, "If the sun dries up that sea so that the water no longer parts us, if he can walk from there to here! "Oh, then will the child be forgiven; then will he also be pardoned… "For what he hath done…" “Water… is merciful…” “Not like fire.” “My name is Ásgeir Di Cioto... I come from Ilesole.”
  18. I wanted to buy all parts for my first MOC on Bricklink and since i've never done this i wanted to ask You few questions. A. Firstly there are two sites on Bricklink to buy from Wanted list: 1. https://www.bricklink.com/v2/wanted/buy.page?utm_content=subnav 2. https://www.bricklink.com/v2/wanted/shop.page From this what i check second is better as You exactly see what parts are You missing and in what count, and is showing better prices when using autofinder, which do You use and why there are two diffrent sites? B. Do You buy bricks only from country in which You are living (because of lower costs of delivery)? Or from whole continent like Europe (from this what i see it is better option as You are able to buy all parts in most cases) Or You are just using option from anywhere, but delivery costs aren't too high in this option? C. Besides filters: -exclude disliked stores -exclude stores that do not ship to me It is worth to use any others? D. Are You buying in stores when total price is below min buy? E. Are You buying parts for MOCs from anyother pages, is it worth? Thanks for help!
  19. Hello guys ! Here is my Oil refinery, which I have completed recently . It is a mini version of Atmospheric distillation unit, which is a primary process in oil production. Everything is made as close to reality as possible with and opportunity for addition of more units and making even larger plant . There was a local competition celebrating 55 years from oil production in Bulgaria and I sent some photos of my creation. Last week I was contacted from the organizers and they asked if they could buy the set from me and store it at their museum. I have never considered selling a set or creation before and feel a bit confused. Can you advice me what kind of price I could want for it ? https://myalbum.com/album/sTEPkCBPCtBq
  20. Peppermint_M

    Ninjago Index

    Ninja-GO! The index for all things Ninjago, the "evergreen" of Action and Adventure Themes. The MOC Index is found HERE Tags - Ninjago contest prize Tags - A special tag for Action and Adventure Themes helpers Reviews Masters of Spinjitzu - Rise of the Snakes - The Final Battle - Rebooted - Tournament of Elements - Possession - Skybound - Day of the Departed The Hands of Time - Sons of Garmadon - Hunted - The Ninjago Movie - Spinjitzu - Airjitzu - Spinitzu Masters - Dragon Masters Accessories and Extras
  21. Peppermint_M

    Fantasy Index

    Visit the lands of fantasy where dragons fly and treasures are to be found. But look out for the creatures of fire, shadow and stone. Tags Prize Tags and awards for LEGO Elves themed builds A reward for Nexo Knights Reviews - Chima Reviews - Chima Speedorz Reviews - - Elves Reviews - -Nexo Knights Fire Army Reviews - Nexo Knights Stone Army Reviews - Nexo Knights Tech Infection Reviews - Nexo Knights Extras and Polybag Reviews - MOCs - Chima MOCs - Elves MOCs - Nexo Knights MOCs -
  22. Peppermint_M

    Wild Cards Index

    Some themes in LEGO are undeniably different. They're too wacky for Town but not Spacey enough for SciFi. They don't fall under the other categories here in Action and Adventure, but his is their home. Tags: - for a dedicated fan of Time Cruising Reviews: - Time Cruisers/Time Twisters Reviews - World Racers Reviews MOCs: - Time Cruisers - World Racers - The End of the World - Miscellaneous MOCs
  23. J and J LEGO Creations

    [MOC] Bangladesh Parliament by Louis Kahn

    Hi, I'm a noob here, living in Bangladesh. I've created a few versions of the monumental Bangladeshi Parliament building, designed by Louis Kahn, one of the greatest architects of the 20th Century and a master of the Brutalism style. Its walls use unusual geometric shapes that allow for a complex interplay of light inside. The artificial lake, from which the building appears to rise, was made to recall the riverine beauty of Bangladesh. The overall building is a rough octagon, though not equilateral(!). Inside, the central structure is a regular hexakaidecagon (16 sides), which goes down to a regular octagon. Being a beginner, I just couldn't figure out how to resolve these irregularities. The solution was to leave out the base plate and roof altogether while simplifying the hexakaidecagon. Oh, well. This MOC is about 8,000 pieces. It was a lot of fun figuring out all the internal windows, circles, and triangles. It's still an ongoing project, but has reached a pretty good stage of completion that I can show it off. JS Trophy Size South Side by J&J Lego Creations, on Flickr The south face and main entrance. LEGO doesn't make a 4x4 Macaroni plate (only tiles and bricks) -- why not? So I'm stuck with the awkward gaps at the top of the pillars where I need them to be hollow. JS Trophy Size North Side by J&J Lego Creations, on Flickr The north (Presidential) face. Inside are stairwells framed within large circles, at oblique angles. JS Trophy Size North Side Detail by J&J Lego Creations, on Flickr Detail inside the Presidental face of the stairwells. Comparison_Sangshad_inside by J&J Lego Creations, on Flickr Comparison inside the courtyard separating the external and internal buildings. Interior window. JS Trophy Size Qibla by J&J Lego Creations, on Flickr Mosque inside the pillars, with qibla visible. JS Trophy Size Top by J&J Lego Creations, on Flickr Inner (Assembly) building. The original is a hexakaidecagon resolving to an octagon. I kept it octagonal throughout. The seating for the members of parliament can be seen below. JS Trophy Size Assembly Hall by J&J Lego Creations, on Flickr The Assembly building opens up to show the parliament seating and the Library on the bottom floor. Interior window designs can also be seen. JS Trophy Size Library by J&J Lego Creations, on Flickr Library with the famous central column - the only column in the whole building. Thanks for your support! I would certainly appreciate constructive feedback from better builders than myself.