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Fully functional model of Liebherr R 944 C Tunneling Excavator. For more pictures visit my MOCPages page.

 

See also how it works on YouTube

After building the Colonial Marine APC from Aliens I knew I had to build this as the second MOC in my series of cool stuff from Aliens.

 

There's a lot of challanges in the task of depicting the Power Loader for minifigs. How to capture the iconic look of a vehicle built around a human and with the human body as the guide for it's movement.

 

So, no arms alongside the robot arms and the joints for the lower legs is the knee and foot combined if you know what I mean. The hip joints is aligned to the hips of the fig, so that both fig legs and robot legs moves together.

 

The tubes from the arms is connected to clips on the back after posing the arms so that the arm position is locked in place.

Attempt to make a McPherson suspension. It works good, but improvements will always need to be made. If you like it and want to give it a try, feel free to copy the design.

So that's the announced scene.

 

Credit to Nikolai

(www.lockertsen.net/nikkos_art/01012007_lfb2_opcenter_600.jpg ) for the main idea of this scene and a credit to Michael

( www.flickr.com/photos/epic-fail-time/6983550790/ ) for the display technic.

 

I have to excuse the wrinkly sky and my rather moderate writing skills.

 

And so that no one asks here the laughable backround of this creation:

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These hacker criminals plan somewhere in Mexico a big manipulation in the stock markets of the world. Bribes are paid to the Mexican Special Forces Corps to protect their intrigues. However, after a long espionage a covert operation of the U.S. interferes now. *tam tam tam taa*

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The set up tomorrow.

 

by Nooroyd

ST43 boogies based on Mike Pianta's (scruffulous) construction for Class 66 (www.flickr.com/photos/scruffulous/4195137019/). I did several changes to make the construction stronger, but the general idea is the same.

On the photos it's missing, but over the central axle there is a Gear 20 Tooth Bevel.

Light painted using iPad. Built up using 4 layers.

the fighter is named" Knife".

this is my first time to try to build fighter with technic penal part.

 

more picture please link:

www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=493680

I made Pete's crusader, but I made it a way different than his...

Protoss heavy anti-armor specialist walker from StarCraft II (Version 1, cannons aren't all that accurate)

Check out my Youtube Channel for reviews, stop motions, and slideshow!:

www.youtube.com/channel/UCVOgscBmeaZkvbD6nFlj11A

 

-I don't have instructions for this, please don't ask.-

-I buy pieces from Bricklink.com-

 

This is an Infestor from the game Starcraft 2. It was commissioned by Nannan: [http://www.flickr.com/photos/nannanz/]

 

I made it in 2 colors because I prefer brown while Nannan preferred black. From the pictures, I think I like the black more now.

 

While building this I realized that building with Bionicle is getting harder and harder as the supply of Bionicle online has decreased significantly. My old style of building will soon die out. The newer style isn't nearly as fun.

This updated version has different handle and left side with bigger cover, also exhaust is little bit different. So it should look more realistic. Here you can watch a video: youtu.be/3x8SqrdOU6o.

blakbird has made some more renders. This time the internal guts :)

 

See the full gallery here.

Tried dressing up a teddy at Build-a-Bear Workshop? Already had your own salad tossed at Pluto's? Come visit the latest and greatest of DIY concept stores, opening now on Palo Alto's University Ave, here's Fabrik Mosaïque!

The Fabrik turns your favorite photo or painting into a bicolored 8x8 pixel mosaics. See movie here. Snapshots of neighboring Café Mosaïque and Emerald Night Hotel in photostream.

 

Check out my Youtube Channel for reviews, stop motions, and slideshow!:

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-I don't have instructions for this, please don't ask.-

-I buy pieces from Bricklink.com-

 

This is an Infestor from the game Starcraft 2. It was commissioned by Nannan: [http://www.flickr.com/photos/nannanz/]

 

I made it in 2 colors because I prefer brown while Nannan preferred black. From the pictures, I think I like the black more now.

 

While building this I realized that building with Bionicle is getting harder and harder as the supply of Bionicle online has decreased significantly. My old style of building will soon die out. The newer style isn't nearly as fun.

A bunch more of my awesome bricks. Emmet brick, 1x2 technic, 1x3 arch, travis brick, hinge, door rail and groove and a yin-yang 1x2 plate. Instructions are now for sale!

www.dagsbricks.com/p/dag-bricks.html

This ship floats on the waves, here is the video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwvtBErQfZk

 

There was a contest organized by Kris Kelvin on Zbudujmy.to and LUGPol to build realistic ship. I dont like building ealistic things, so i didn't care much about it, but then i got this idea. Unfortunately it was late enough to miss the deadline. But i finished it and here it is. This was a hit at Pyrkon 2014 and you will ne able to see it on Lego Fan Weekend this year.

A figure several weeks in the making. Sun is my favorite RWBY character, and I wanted to get him perfect. The hardest parts were his collar and shotgun nunchaku weapons.

 

Sun's eyes, shirt, gloves, belt and shoes were all made with e-tape. I used the same style of eyes as I did on Ruby, rather than use the standard Lego eyes, and I think they fit him really well.

His tail is a cut rubber band, which I feathered a bit to make it look hairy. Unfortunately, I couldn't get a good photo showing it.

 

His nunchaku were a big challenge, but I think I did them pretty well. The handles were made by cutting a Technic piece into the proper shape, then covering them with e-tape. I extended them with toothpicks wrapped in e-tape to thicken them.

I connected the two handles together with a small length of thread, glued underneath the e-tape on the handles. I then added trigger guards with e-tape.

 

Let me know what you think! And if there's anything I could have done better, comment that, too!

A modelteam towtruck.

 

Featuring:

-IR drive

-IR Crane

-Motorized Wheel lifter

-5.5 Kg of lego

-Warning Lights

 

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Now that would be the way to spend Xmas holidays

Check out my Youtube Channel for reviews, stop motions, and slideshow!:

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not Bionicle/HF but still Technic

something i built sometime ago it was supposed to be an entry for the technic mini contest in eurobricks but i missed the entry date

Lego Technic 42038 Arctic Truck was released in 2015.

Toyota LC80 Project. Winner of Most Complicated Technic, BrickCon 2013.

 

Check out my Youtube Channel for reviews, stop motions, and slideshow!:

www.youtube.com/channel/UCVOgscBmeaZkvbD6nFlj11A

 

One way of constructing a letter N. If the stud of the 1x1 technic brick doesn't line up with whatever sits on top or the bottom of this, the letter will have to be held in place from the side. I can't claim that this is either my idea or particularly revolutionary, but I made this picture as an illustration for a discussion I was having on Eurobricks.

I've been very busy lately (moving to the US!), but I thought I must make a Viper for Novvember.

I've always entertained the thought of making a Technic spaceship, and thought I would try it out this Novvember. However, you can't have a technic model without functionality and as such I decided to implement at least one function, and of course the standard technic fig ;)

 

Its function is to rotate its wings in two dimensions, controlled by the lever on the back side. See an image demonstrating this here:

www.flickr.com/photos/sqiddster/6429012145/in/photostream/

Lego Technic 42006 Excavator was released in 2013.

An iteration on the last one. The big changes are in the shoulders (towball + technic fig hand) and the hips (towball + key light hand).

 

The key light hand pins don't fit into the 1 x 1 cylinders. I had to thicken the pins using decals. It's a little cheesy and I haven't yet decided if I'm okay with it as a "personal building rule" (sometimes I roll my eyes at how serious I take this). However they fit so nicely onto the towballs that I'm letting it go this time!

 

False color; original is yellow.

 

49 pcs

A simple wing-flapping mechanism

kitchen table with lots of light bouncing around makes for quite a nice studio sort of setup.

This updated version has different handle and left side with bigger cover, also exhaust is little bit different. So it should look more realistic. Here you can watch a video: youtu.be/3x8SqrdOU6o.

This updated version has different handle and left side with bigger cover, also exhaust is little bit different. So it should look more realistic. Here you can watch a video: youtu.be/3x8SqrdOU6o.

Lego Technic Six Wheel Truck from the Idea Book 8889.

Was a bit tricky to collect all the parts but it is now exactly as it's in the construction guide.

Check out my Youtube Channel for reviews, stop motions, and slideshow!:

www.youtube.com/channel/UCVOgscBmeaZkvbD6nFlj11A

 

Closeup of the angled joints for my Lego Technic radial truss design.

the two vehicles you can see on the upper left are old vehicles I made for a "city/train " exhibition, I transformed them in post apoc vehicles.

 

the Grey/white truc is now used to transport the most important thing in a post apoc world : Water.

 

The black one is it escort.

 

they're going to be in an upcoming diorama for an exhibition In july, where I'll also show the "Vogue Merry"

 

moar: photos.freelug.org/main.php/v/guss/Mocs/postapoccars/

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