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  1. Set 10265 probably needs no introduction to anyone. A fantastic model with a great ratio of the quality and quantity of pieces to the price. Initially, I bought it with the idea of placing it on a shelf. Until the firas popped out with his rebuild version of the Mustang current generation. Despite a few shortcomings, his model definitely makes a wow effect, given that it's a rebuild of this shortcoming. I had quite a lot of ideas for making another car and all of them became a nightmare for me. I completely couldn't reconcile the quick-end bricks with the sensible look. For example, when building a BMW M3 E46, after using about 80% of the parts, I had only half the car. Fortunately, I quickly abandoned Shelby Cobra, discovering that someone had already built a pretty cool one. There was also supposed to be a Dodge Viper, but then it seemed impossible to reproduce them from the available bricks. I am currently doing a second try on the Viper and this time it should wiek. However, I was a bit disappointed that I couldn't make a constructing anything sensible. The smaller scale turned out to be beneficial. Instead of the standard width of 16 studs, I focused on something at 14, or maybe 12. I considered a few off-roaders and finally I choose Hummer H1. A supposedly smaller model should solve the limited supply of parts. Unfortunately not with the car body. Doors and root i was made from rest of scraps. On this scale, it was also a problem to mount a torsion axle. Copied one from set dropped out because it is too wide. I managed to slim it down a bit, but it had a negative impact on the stability of whole the structure, not to mention the visual values. I gave it up and ended up with a dummy engine and shock absorbers. The cabin is also quite conventional. Fortunately, the model itself resembles the original from the outside, and nobody has any problems with recognizing what kind of car it is. The whole thing is stable and the model can be moved forward and backward. Real level expert. Technical info: Rebuild od the set 10265 Creator Expert Ford Mustang Model: Hummer H1 Parts: 773 - also used extra parts Height: 13 studs (9 bricks and 2 plates) Width: 14 studs (15.5 studs with footrests) Lenght: 28 studs Functions: All doors, hood and tailgate are open. Moving wheels. Instruction: 197 steps on 142 pages. Instagram Flickr Brickshelf Rebrickable
  2. Marcin Majkowski

    [MOC] Dodge Viper - 10265 c-model

    Dodge Viper - 10265 c-model I made my first attempt to the Viper before building the Hummer. I wanted to use the white stripes offered by the 10265 set. I must admit that the Viper is one of the most iconic cars that use these painting. The problem is that it has an extremely slim silhouette, and the Mustang parts are much more suitable for the construction of an angular body. The final model is the result of 5 approaches. On the fourth, I had the model almost finished and all I had to do was construct a rear diffuser out of the scraps. It was not without a slight remodeling of the rear bumper, which left me with a few additional parts, which I knew would be very useful in the front. This way I demolished half of the car and it was a good decision. Thanks to this, the model has definitely gained stability. There are a few delicate details, but there is no risk that any of them falling off when you grab onto any part of the vehicle. The fairly low profile of the whole and the desire to reproduce the engine dummy in a decent way, eliminated the possibility of installing a torsion axle, which takes up so much space on this scale that it would have a negative impact on the appearance. Technical info Rebuild of the set 10265 Ford Mustang Model: Dodge Viper Parts: 984 - also used extra parts Height: 10,5 studs (8 bricks and 2 plates) Width: 16 studs (17.5 studs with mirrors) Lenght: 38 studs Functions: Opening doors and hood. Instruction: 298 steps on 189 pages. Flickr Brickshelf Instagram Rebrickable
  3. Hello everyone! I present to you my ReCrafted Edition of the much loved Black Falcon's Fortress (set #6074). 2 years in the making and is a project that I'm very proud of and so happy to finally be able to share! I've only posted a few photos, there is a complete photo set of this MOC available on Flickr here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/160655025@N08/albums/72177720299680857 And if you'd like to build this castle for your own Lego Collection building instructions are on Rebrickable: https://reb.li/m/113847
  4. This model, inspired by famous Lamborghini bestsellers like the Huracán (vendaval is Spanish for gale) and the Aventador SVJ, is the result of several prototypes and hours of hard work on both the model and its instructions. I started the work on this late 2020 in the middle of a certain pandemic and have altered the original quite a bit since.Although it is more of a display piece, the Vendaval is quite sturdy, aside from the rear diffuser which is held in place by a simple bar in hole connection. So long as you don’t grab it by the tail it is very swoosh-able. SPECS:Width:8-wide Speed Champions scale or approx. 210LDU/10,5 studs from mirror tip to mirror tip.Length:390 LDU / 19,5 studs. I shortened the original prototype by a stud to get a more comparable sized open door.Height:108 LDU / 4 bricks and a plate / 13 platesPiece count:311 pcs FEATURES:The car features two poseable scissor doors. Not to be confused with real time opening doors, as the doors are wedged in place when closed by the cheese slope above the intakes.(You can slightly bend the door outwards to pop it open but I recommend removing and replacing the entire door module instead as is shown in the instructions)The 4x2 wedges on the rear can be easily removed to get a nice view of the naturally aspirated V12.And the front interior looks glorious even without removing the windscreen! Of course this can also easily be done to fit two minifigures with short hair or a helmet. (Premium) Instructions for this MOC are available on Rebrickable: https://reb.li/m/113175 Special thanks to Christopher Leslie Stamp’s team and The Lego Company for creating the new Lego Speed Champions line. Special thanks to my fellow Lowlug LUG members for teaching me so much about MOCs in such a short time. Also special thanks to Barneius, Brickengineeringdude, Bricks, Blocks & Mocs, Legotuner33, KMP MOCS, _TLG_ and numerous other great MOC designers around the globe for showing me tons of beautiful models, techniques and how to format a MOC entry properly. Thank YOU for watching and before I forget: Have some bricking fun! My LUG: LEGO user group of the Lowlands https://www.lowlug.com Instagram: @ravelinodamonarq instagram.com/ravelinodamonarq/ Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/142512251@N08/ Youtube: Clips & Tiles https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxp04jnxX8W_Y-LlZlrongw
  5. Dodge Challenger is one of my favorite cars. Both, the first generation and the current one, regardless of the edition, always gives me the effect of an uncontrolled wide smile on my face. After Lego released the Technic 42111 Dodge Dom set, which didn't really appeal to me, I lost hope of a 16 stud wide Creator like Mustang. However, in order not to disappoint Dom and faith in the family, the idea was born that it could be built from the 10295 set. In anticipation of your comments, yes I know it is too short. It would be useful to extend it by 2 studs. One on the hood and the other in the cabin. In the middle part it was my conscious choice, but the second one turned out to be an accident at work. Unfortunately it can be seen very much. The second biggest problem with the Challenger is the B-pillars and the roof. I'll not talk about it. Contrary to the Hummer, I tried to make as few compromises as possible and used most of available bricks. There is a steering axle connected to the steering wheel. 16 studs wide. Openable door and hood. A mock-up interior with folding seats. What I am most happy about is the back section, which I had absolutely no idea for when building it. These single-set rebuilds are a lot of fun. It reminds me a bit of the times when as a child I got my first sets and tried to reproduce the models that were presented on the back of the boxes. It seems to me that the fashion for rebuilds came from nostalgia for those times. In my case it is just like that. In addition, creating instructions is something completely new which also gives a lot of satisfaction. The one for the Challenger took me a lot of time and work. Its design is as challenging as the model itself. Technical info Rebuild of the set 10295 Creator Expert Porsche 911 Model: Dodge Challenger SRT Parts: 1247 - also used extra parts Height: 15 studs (12 bricks and 1 plate) Width: 16 studs (19.5 studs with mirrors) Lenght: 41 studs Functions: Opening doors and hood, moving wheels and a steering axle connected to the steering wheel. Instruction: 342 steps on 248 pages. Brickshelf Flickr Instagram Rebrickable
  6. Marcin Majkowski

    [MOC] [MOD] BMW M1 Procar - 76908 b-model

    I remember a time when 8 studs of vehicle width for minifigs meant that someone built a truck or something that big. Several years ago, this "scale" was not very popular, because of the small selection of tires and windows, although I made a few 8s wide models myself, such as the BMW E24 or the Polonez Coupe. Nevertheless, they were definitely not for figs. Lego once again confirmed its very loose approach to scale by creating the Speed Champions line. Despite the promising start in the form of 6s cars, the series unexpectedly turned into a rash of stickers with strange windows and forcibly added minifigs. When the announcement of the Lamborghini Countach model appeared, for a moment I was fooled that I may still like this series. On the one hand, these models have a lot of charm, they look nice on the shelf, but on the other hand, this huge amount of stickers is a nightmare. It made me think if it is possible to do something sensible by resigning from decals and a minifig. The BMW M1 may not be as iconic as the Countach or Testarossa, but it has its undeniable charm. The silhouette is very similar to the Lambo, so it was immediately chosen this model to build from the 76908 set. As it happens in this game, there was a festival of compromises. Rebuilding with just one set is a big challenge. Both cars are supposed to be the same size, but with about 2/3 of the model I used almost all the white bricks. I started slimming, which had a heavy impact on the rear of the vehicle, but I am quite happy with the final result. This is how the B model of the 76908 set, i.e. the BMW M1 Procar version, was created. Technical info Rebuild of the set 76908 Speed Champions Lamborghini Countach Model: BMW M1 Procar Parts: 221 - also used extra parts Height: 5.5 studs (4 bricks and 2 plates) Width: 8 studs (9 studs with mirrors and fenders) Lenght: 18.5 studs Instruction: 67 steps on 55 pages. Flickr Instagram Rebrickable
  7. Hi everyone, we had our Raptor set parts sitting around and after we built a Jeep Gladiator out of the Raptor we decided to build something packed with little features that will add extra value to this licensed set. We present to you an Offroad Truck with a crane! Please visit this blog post on our website https://www.crazykreations.com/post/42126-offroad-truck-with-crane for more info on this model and don't forget to like and follow us on Rebrickable and sign up on our website for discounts on more MOCs and alternates. Features: Clean and working V6 engine under the hood openable hood with a stand to keep it open hog steering (removable top nob) opening doors interior snorkel exhaust 2x4 drive solid axle set up throughout model new front axle that has improved steering Outriggers with an easy lock wheel chocks that are stored at the side of the model outrigger pads (recommend making custom ones**) crane arm with extendable boom Rebrickable Link https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-108236/CrazyKreations/42126-off-road-truck-with-crane/#details
  8. mcphatty

    Micro Star Wars (1:250)

    Hi all. I haven't added much to my 1:250 fleet of Star Wars fighters, gunships, freighters and one corvette (plus a couple of mini scenes) this year but I have been working on my photography. I've really enjoyed seeing the groups of ships grow and comparing the sizes of the finished products, Slave 1 and the Rogue Shadow turned out surprisingly big, but the biggest surprise was how huge a Blockade Runner is! In case anyone's interested, instructions for all of them are on Rebrickable... https://rebrickable.com/users/ron_mcphatty/mocs/ And here's another with almost all the ships arranged together, which took far, far longer than I thought it would!
  9. MAVERICK26

    Deep Sea Suit

    Instructions available NOW for US $7.99: Instructions Explore the depths of the deep sea with the HERMES EX101 Deep Sea ExoSuit. Seat yourself in the double-walled cockpit and use the levers to control the arms and legs. Be careful, though, the oxygen may run out! Attach the hook to rocks so you don't drift away (and watch out for the sharks)! This mech is designed with LEGO bricks that are currently available. However, lights are not included in the package but are only shown in the render. They can be purchased at several third-party retailers including LYGOD, LightMyBricks, Brickloot, and Lightailing. BUILD [url=https://flic.kr/p/2kXsKq8][/url]Deep Sea Suit Lit Drop 1 by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/192785398@N07/]Peter Bryant[/url], on Flickr This build is remarkably simple: It's divided into 14 submodels, most of which are repetitive. I incorporated what I believe to be my best SNOT (Studs Not On Top) techniques yet. DESIGN PROCESS As with all of my MOCs, I started by doing a rough sketch of how I wanted it to look. I took heavy inspiration from 76105-1 The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition. This means that many design elements are taken from that mech. For example, the design of the legs is very similar to, but not a direct copy of, that robot. [url=https://flic.kr/p/2kXunQw][/url]Deep Sea Suit Lit and Released Back by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/192785398@N07/]Peter Bryant[/url], on Flickr FINAL PRODUCT Instructions are available now at the link above. Please, consider purchasing as I am trying to gather all of the parts to build in real life. FEATURES Minifigure cockpit (as in, a Minifigure fits inside) Fully posable Instructions bundle includes .xml file for easy upload to BrickLink and full - color instructions (White Background) Sticker Sheet and display stand coming soon!
  10. Proud to present my latest moc. A motorized ATTE. Instructions can be found here it can walk, steer by articulation and control the main gun rotation and elevation.
  11. Then I realized, that this chassis behaves really well, and started thinking about it as about my new Overland Expedition (or Kostky Trophy) truck. (later I got reminded, that buggy motor is quite hungry, so it can not be used in this kind of event. But, with bigger battery... Have to try.) So, next step was the body. You can see that I experimented with new tire-rim combo. Too heavy, but not bad. And then I finally bought Buwizz. Laziness and worries about custom RC recievers and batteries won. (hope that not for all times :D) I also installed LEDs to the truck. And bought new tires. And finally, last week I took it outside. Hope you like it. :) More upgrades are slowly on the way. ;)
  12. This was originally designed to be the smallest RC car to use a buggy motor, but it soon became an extremely powerful car capable of drifting. I refined the chassis design over 2 prototypes, and then tried multiple combinations of gear ratios and different sizes of wheels to achieve the best speed. The result: this MOC you are looking at right now! Driven by buggy motor, geared 1:1.25 Steered by PF servo Hidden power switch on underside LDcad/POV-Ray animation Video: http://bricksafe.com/files/mocbuild101/drift-racer-chassis/video.mpg Instructions: http://www.rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-8835/mocbuild101/2wd-drift-racer-chassis 3D File http://www.bricksafe.com/files/mocbuild101/drift-racer-chassis/2WD Drift Racer 3D file.mpd
  13. All, After more then 2 year without working on a new Technic MOC I am now ready to present my new project: A classic roadster based on a Jaguar XK120. I managed to built it in white and separate the frame and the bodywork completety. Due to this there is also a frame version with full RC. It can be build in red and black as well without major adaptations. More pictures, video and instructions to follow.... Rebrickable instructions: https://www.rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-10690/martijnnab/classic-jaguar-roadster/#comments Blog from The Lego Car Blog: https://thelegocarblog.com/2017/11/02/it-doesnt-matter-if-youre-black-or-white-2/ Blog from The Brothers-brick: https://www.brothers-brick.com/2017/11/09/jaguar-roadsters-technical-challenge/
  14. Darthmarty

    Hello from Massachusetts!

    Hello, I'm new to this community, but have been building Lego my whole life. My favorite themes when I was growing up in the late 80's and early 90's were Castle and Pirates. In recent years, my favorites are the Star Wars UCS sets, though I'm especially impressed with some of the MOC's both of Star Wars and in general. I first found this forum when I was wondering why Lego hasn't done a set for the Star Wars Nebulon-B Medical Frigate from the Rebel flleet. A google search turned up the absolutely AMAZING MOC of the Nebulon-B by Mortesv, and as I read more about that I of course found a thread or two talking about it in this forum. Over the last few years I've become very impressed with the online tools we have thanks mostly to the ingenuity of the Lego community. Most people, even probably a lot of people that have Lego or buy sets for their kids, have no idea that sites like Bricklink, Brickset, and Rebrickable, exist. The sheer number of online store fronts on Bricklink, and the enormity of how many individual parts there are just boggles my mind. The amount of data that Brickset can tell me about my collection is fascinating. I am now trying to learn about the Lego design software that until a week ago I wasn't aware existed. It seems like Lego Digital Designer is kind of broken and not supported by Lego, yet it seems like folks are still using it? What about Stud.io? Is that more or as popular? Or is there other software besides those? I feel like I am just scratching the surface of the new things I want to learn about - and this forum seems like a great place to figure it all out! Looking forward to participating in this community, almost as much as I am for my two year old getting old enough to graduate from Duplos into Lego!
  15. Midlife-crisis

    MOC / WIP A-Wing mid size

    I was tempted to bricklink Anios UCS A-Wing, but somehow it was a bit too tall for my needs. So i started to build a smaller version - It´s 37 studs long. It´s the first version i dare to show, but there is much work left especially with the tails, rebuilding the cannons as the distance between them is too big, and maybe a snot version of the nose. Part count: 574 Merry Christmas everyone.
  16. Hey Guys, i´m sitting here checking my LDD Parts List of a MOC and wondering what i need and what i might already have from a Set. Is there an easy and Time effective Way to compare the Parts Inventory of a certain Set and the Parts Inventory of a LDD designed MOC to se which Parts the et already contains and which Parts i still need to Order? Like when a Set contains 5 white 2x2 rounded Slopes and the LDD Design contains 10 of the same Piece so that i know i only need to order 5 more from Bricklink or where ever. I hope my Objective is not too confusing.
  17. HOW IT IS WORK: Manage your LEGO set collection, and build an inventory of the parts in those sets. This is remastered version of application with this same name that was brought to as by Jim Valavanis on SourceForge. Is focus on work without internet. Protect user privacy as much as possible. Connection with outside is used when images, price guides must be downloaded. Information about sets | parts can be imported from *.xml file /BrickLink order/ or from *.csv file /BrickLink or Rebrickable set data/. DISCLAIMER: Use at your own risk, i decline any responsibility for anything that may happen to you using the program. DOWNLOAD: Runnable version /Windows platform/ The LDraw images used as parts images GitHub repository 2018-02-18: Add LDraw support Update db_urls.txt Upgrade GUI Improved missing image file download Fix some bugs
  18. I just tried to go to Rebrickable, and got this: I don't know what's going on, but it's been like this for ages... Is anyone else experiencing this? Edit: It's working now...
  19. I'm not sure if this is the right forum, I will let the Moderators decide. I'm posting it here because quite a few Technic builders have their models on Rebrickable. A couple of days I received the e-mail below. I have not answered it yet. After checking the website it looks like a Rebrickable clone, down to the MOC numbers. Tomik started a discussion on the same subject on Rebrickable a couple of weeks ago, but hasn't had many replies. Has anyone else been contacted by them? How did you react, if at all? Is this considered theft? I'm kind of on the fence on this, as my instructions are free and they are not reselling them, and I don't mind the additional exposure. On the other hand, I do see it as a problem for Rebrickable, who is having their website cloned. I'd like to hear your thoughts on this.
  20. hello guys its my first post here, omg this forum is so huge!!! i will take my weekend to look the varios posts i made a technic car for "lego technic." fb page users, i made some instructions, i want to share here too thanks so much Omar http://rebrickable.com/mocs/OmarDib21/f1-race-car
  21. Hi! I'm not a coder but I'm very familiar with the Unreal Engine 4's visual scripting system which I used to create a tool that will help you to convert Rebrickable part lists to LDD user palettes, This is how it looks right now: Features: One-click converting of Rebrickable CSV files to LDD user palettes Features coming soon: Converting decorations (prints) correctly Converting rarely used colors correctly to colors available in LDD Merging mold variations to bricks available in LDD Support for old colors Limitations/Disadvantages: Since it's running on a video game engine, it's quite heavy in terms of file size (102 MB) and requires a modern PC All bricks are placed at 0 0 0 so if you try to open the palette file, LDD will remove all but one brick. Every part of a multi-part brick like power function components will have everything colored in the main color. DOWNLOAD Decide yourself if the relatively large file size is worth the time you may save in comparison to LDD manager's palette process (which is still a great tool!). Right now it only uses Rebrickable IDs for the LDD IDs but that is going to change when I get through each file and check it for mold variations and decorations. The colors IDs have been translated manually which is why I need feedback regarding the colors. Sometimes It wasn't easy to decide which color in LDD is which color on Rebrickable. Is it worth continuing? Let me know what you think!
  22. Hi All. I shared this in the Rebrickable forums the other day, but didn't get much of a response. I'm new to the forums here, but I wanted to share a project I've been working on. I'm a computer science student at the UofA. Me and a friend have been working on a data-vis project using the rebrickable set database for one of our classes. Here's the link: benjdd.com/projects/lego-vis/client/ Since you are all obviously passionate about LEGOs, I figured this would be a great group to get feedback from and suggestions for improvement. The UI is a bit slow, but hopefully that will be worked out soon. If you have any feedback or suggestions, please let me know! I'm always looking for ways to make it better.
  23. Which LEGO Technic fan by now has not heard of Madoca1977? Two years ago he burst onto the MOC scene with some of the best Technic MOCs the LEGO world had ever seen, and has been releasing excellent MOC after excellent MOC ever since. Now, he has agreed to sit down with us folks at Rebrickable for an exclusive interview. Here's a snippet: Check out the rest of the interview over at Rebrickable.
  24. Hi all! [Edit: I'll post a video and real photos later] I got some time and I made a 42004 alternate for the Rebrickable December Competition. It is a small, wheeled excavator, which is slightly based on the 8419 (like the main boom mecanism) My first intention was to keep a bucket and to give it an use (not as decoration). An excavator looks me the most common application for a bucket. I used the small bucket because I think it has the right size. I used all gears -as gears -. The features: -Steering (HoG) -Main boom raising and lowering (Worm) -2nd and 3th section movement (Worm) -Extra movement of the bucket (Manual) -Turning (Turntable) The body is a bit unfinished, but with not any leftover beam, I couldn't get it looks better. For me, just as for many other Technic builders, functionality is more important than looks. For it size and the available parts, I think it's pretty good. I had only 10 unused parts, of which 8 pins. What do you think of it, and do you have any suggestions to improve it? Greets, Fresko
  25. Hi This is my entry for Rebrickable alternate contest. Model is alternate for set 42004. I do not own that set so the rims on engines are black instead of yellow. All other parts colors are correct. Assault helicopter features: Rotating main rotor (via gear under the fuselage) 2 turbo-jet engines for extreme speed 1 heavy cannon on the front 2 SS 10 anti-tank missiles on sides of the fuselage Seat for pilot two seats in cabin for passengers/shooters Building instructions here. Photos: Hi-quality photos by Jim, later this page, here. LDD screenshot: Hope you like it. LDD-file here