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  1. Hi everyone. This is my entry for the Architecture Faves contest, the final contest on Rebrick. Here are some reference images of the real castle:
  2. Hello ! I always loved the Bavarian castle of Neuschwanstein, since I was a child. So, when a few years ago I saw it made of LEGO, I said to me that one day, I will made it too… (When I look back, I think it was probably at this time I came out of my dark age) This is the work of the LEGO castle's specialist : Bob Carney ( It was its 127th castle, in 2010. It was exposed at Brickworld 2010 and 2014. I used reverse engineering from pictures of the LEGO castle to draw my own plans of a part, to begin. When I found correct dimensions, I used a Lego CAD program (MLCAD) to build it virtually. I only used the pictures that are on the castle's page of Bob's website (http://www.carneycas...stein/index.htm) After several months of work (it's hard to have much free time when you have a job and a family…), in January 2015 I was ready and ordered the first parts. In April, I made a second part. For now, I have build the whole entry, the lower courtyard and the watchtower. Instead of leading to the upper courtyard, the stairs leads to a wall walk and to the foot of the watchtower. Sorry, at the time the photo was taken, it wasn't quite finished... Its builder himself said that it is technically a palace, not a castle… I hope you will be accept me anyway in the Castle theme ;-)
  3. Hello, folks! I built this MOC for Expo LUG Brasil 2013 and only now I’m sharing the pictures on Eurobricks. This project was a dream that come true when I got all the bricks to do that. Of course it’s my version of just one part of the all magical castle, specially the choice to use the white color on back wall (the original is bright yellow), but I liked the final effect to the Gatehouse. During the Expo, with the help of others AFOLs, we created a scene to complete the layout around the castle. There are more pictures on my flickr for others scenes. Enjoy! Neuschwanstein Castle - Gatehouse 1 por Adolfo LUG Brasil, no Flickr Neuschwanstein Castle - Gatehouse 5 por Adolfo LUG Brasil, no Flickr Neuschwanstein Castle - Gatehouse - Expo LUG Brasil 2013 village por Adolfo LUG Brasil, no Flickr Neuschwanstein Castle - Gatehouse - Expo LUG Brasil 2013 back view por Adolfo LUG Brasil, no Flickr
  4. Hello The famous Castle Neuschwanstein by King Ludwig II. Next to the experiment of some new hairy trees and stairways, this is my second entry to the MocOlympics 2013. More pictures on flickr and MOCpages. (You can find my entry to the first MO round here. ) I hope you like it. Jonas