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LEGO MOC TIME – “EMPIRE DAUNTLESS SHIP / 帝國無敵船”

LEGO MOC TIME – “EMPIRE DAUNTLESS SHIP / 帝國無敵船”

I have to say I’ve really enjoyed my “LEGO MOC Time” blog series. It’s taken me to multiple countries, covered a wide range of concepts/designs and showcased the creativity of our wide AFOL community out there. In keeping with all things new and the freshness of the series I will be covering our first LEGO MOC ship and trialing dual language on the question and answers (please be forgiving if it’s a little sketchy – dealing with Chinese). Well it’s…

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LEGO MOC TIME – “ITALIAN RESTAURANT”

LEGO MOC TIME – “ITALIAN RESTAURANT”

On a nice cold evening in Perth, Western Australia (yes it does get cold here!) I’m sitting here tucking into a lovely home made pasta and knocking back a red wine. Not normally a scene that stirs emotions and thoughts around LEGO – Well that is unless you’ve just seen one of the best Italian Restaurant LEGO Modular MOCs. Thanks to Olímpio Alexandre (Alex) that’s exactly what just happened and it is a masterpiece! Being partial to modular building (owning 7…

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LEGO MOC TIME – “GREEN ABYSS”

LEGO MOC TIME – “GREEN ABYSS”

Nothing like a burst water main in the front yard to put pay to your regular LEGO Blogging! After cleaning up the unintended new garden feature – swamp! I thought it was only appropriate for my next post to be on a really interesting and detailed MOC titled “Green Abyss”. Tirrell Brown (Flickr – Blufiji) has created a modular interconnecting LEGO diorama using a dark murky swamp as inspiration for his tribe village setting. The MOC’s foundation is based on a SNOT…

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LEGO MOC TIME – “BRICKTOWN TAKEOUT”

LEGO MOC TIME – “BRICKTOWN TAKEOUT”

The more I get stuck into the AFOL community the more I’m amazed at the variety of MOC techniques, tips and out right crazy (verging on illegal) ideas. But of course everyone has to start somewhere and I stumbled upon Andy Grant on one of the social media sites who has perfected (I mean perfected) the art of taking multiple sets and sprinkling in a bit of creativity to design and build some pretty awesome modulars that really inspired me to…

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LEGO MOC TIME – “OFFSHORE CONCRETE GRAVITY PLATFORM”

LEGO MOC TIME – “OFFSHORE CONCRETE GRAVITY PLATFORM”

Continuing with my community MOC blog series I spotted this creations the other day over on one of the LEGO Facebook groups and instantly fell in love with it. Being in the Oil and Gas industry (thankfully for my wife not offshore anymore) seeing LEGO used to capture industrial structures such as offshore Oil and Gas Platforms really “floats my boat” to coin a phrase! The Platform is the brainchild of Jonathan Jones from Newfoundland and Labrador. Jonathan like myself…

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LEGO MOC TIME – WATER PALACE / PALATUL APELOR

LEGO MOC TIME – WATER PALACE / PALATUL APELOR

Just over 10 years ago LEGO engaged the AFOL community on what they really wanted to see next from LEGO. After extensive feedback and input from LEGO fans, the modular series was born with the launch of Cafe Corner 10182. This series set the standard for minifigure scale modular buildings and helped create and inspire a tsunami of modular MOC’s created by the AFOL community (myself included). Thanks to our Romanian cousins in Europe we have one such modular MOC that not…

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LEGO MOC TIME – FARVERIG

LEGO MOC TIME – FARVERIG

Following on from my first ever community MOC blog (The Sentinel MKII) the other day I wanted to post something that was awesome, cool and inspire everyone that you don’t have to spend millions on Bricklink to get creative! Just as I was thinking what could be that great idea – Pop and Hannah Luke from the UK appears in the AFOL groups with an awesome MOC titled ‘Farverig’ (Danish for colourful). Hannah’s inspiration came from a picture she had spotted over on flickr posted…

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