Another hubless roller
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Another model built alongside the spirit of marchikoma.
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The big marchikoma thing.
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Long time I was seeking the large quarter circle piece in tan. Still a few parts are not available in tan, most was fine to replace with a similar part, except one (2 same pieces) prominent part. Can you spot it?
Here’s the more authentic version of my interpretation of the famous
Alakuneda Think Tank as seen in the Ghost in the Shell anime. (Not the crap Unholywood remake)
Here you can find the building instructions for the light grey version (click me)
More models from the GitS universe:
FebROVERy might be all about rovers from outer space, might they be realistic, silly or whatever, mostly it’s about having fun. Thanks Crimso Giger for fueling this event in a regular tradition.
Marchi’koma is a great possibility to flex one’s building muscles with GitS inspired robots. Since this is right up my alley, I churned out a few models.
A small robot with character with minimum parts in company of a anime-styled minifigure is ‘Tiny T’.[Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”408″ gal_title=”Tiny T”]
Two robots drawing inspiration from a spider and a crab, ‘Pain + Killer’, feature a heavy utilitarian and military look. Initially they were designed for a commission, but turned out a tad too large.[Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”409″ gal_title=”Pain+Killer”]
The largest in this run is the ‘Old V.I.C.’, a mixture of victorian steampunk, robot tech and microscale with a dash of Howl’s moving castle. The frame is based upon the same one as the D.A.Z. FS359i. This fella will probably be part of a larger diorama I am working on for ages.[Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”410″ gal_title=”Old V.I.C.”]
A microscale castle somewhere in the sea.
Box build, fits on a 8×16 plate.
Happy Helloween everybody!
A fresh as hell addition to the Enter the Brick series.
4.8 x 9.6 x 10.6 cm
In the summer holidays I hosted a workshop with a bunch of kids in a suburb town of Monchengladbach, Germany.
Although the kids had no spraypainting experience before, they worked hard and by the end of the project we had a massive mural painted on the corner of the youth center! Big up to everybody involved and especially the kids!
It was a challenge to work a two-story wall with two sides on a corner, and I think the result is great.
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And the final wall with straigtened perspective lines.
>>> If you are interested have a look here at my portfolio for further information or send me a mail for any requests. <<<
A few months ago, Elspeth from New Elementary asked me to play around with a few new Lego Sets from the dots series, namely the bracelets.
There are a bunch of results, which will be showcased time by time where this post will be constantly updated.
>>> The post over at New Elementary
For starters there are the interwoving bracelets which give a nice irregular and organic base.
Some applications of this technique – the viruses are here![Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”369″ gal_title=”Dots_Viruses”]
Here are three connected bracelets forming an endless stream. This never went beyond WIP.
>>> The post over at New Elementary
Three colourful fellas from the sea.[Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”376″ gal_title=”Dots_underwater creatures”]
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And finally some sketches inspired by and with the (mostly printed) tiles from those sets.[Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”378″ gal_title=”Dots_decorated tiles”]