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  1. Hello, I don't know if this is the right place to post it, but there we go :) 70s Rock Band "The Doors" replica. Made this as a gift to my wife, because she is a huge fan of the Doors, she have every Vinyl, DVD, Books, etc, etc, so i try to give something unique/original :) Challenging parts: - Find heads, hair and clothes more like the elements of the band - The keyboard, because it is a replica of one of the keyboards used by Ray Manzarek - The logo of the band, which is made 100% Snot and well attached to the wall - Battery is not my first, but it is always challenging / fun to build. Images / links to the Flickr album: The Doors in Lego by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr The Doors in Lego by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr The Doors in Lego by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr The Doors in Lego by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr The Doors in Lego by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr Sem título by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr Hope you like it
  2. Sérgio

    [MOC] The Doors (Band)

    Hello! This is my tribute to the one of the most cool bands of all time, The Doors the most challenging part was the lettering, its not perfect, but i'm satisfied The drums are simple, and i try to make the minifigs real close to the original band, its a simple MOC, but i Like it :) LEGO - The Doors by SergioBatista, on Flickr
  3. This is a Portuguese DMU Replica the only exists one of this DMU and its use only for rent. The Moc was one of the most challenging thing i haver did, the front have extreme SNOT technics i know some parts doesnt exist, but if i have chance to build this in real bricks i will try other solutions comments are welcome :)
  4. Hello! The warner brothers in partnership withSeat in the premiere Lego Movie in Portugal, asked to be made ​​a replica large-scale Seat Leon ST. This was made ​​by my big and great Friend Afol João Paulo Fernandes who asked me a little help in the design of this MOC Was done in record time, a month to design, buy the parts and build! many headaches ...
  5. Sérgio

    [MOC] Presidential Train

    hello my friends this is my recent creation made on LDD and render with Pov Ray its a 7wide train:) its another portuguese Replica, The "presidential Train" full size image: The project Presidential Tours - Tourist Travel Train in Historic Trains primarily aims at the conservation and restoration of the old Presidential Train - a special composition used by the Head of State and his Entourage between 1910 and 1970. In the year of the celebration of the Centenary of Tourism in Portugal, this emblematic train got back not only all its physical and functional capabilities, through a rigorous process of conservation and restoration, but also all its dignity as a patrimonial object of unique value. The key solution for a better understanding and interpretation of the Presidential Train was the full restoration of the six vehicles that comprides the Presidential Train, according to the look it would have on the 1970` s, wich is the last known image of the Presidential Train as such. In a unprecedent project in Portugal, the vehicles were recovered from the mechanical, technical and patrimonial point of view, in order to proceed with the reorganization of this special composition, according to its valences and historical-cultural values. Now its a long journey to make it in real bricks :)