Hi! You will see that I focus on town, city, trains and ships. I primarily use old and normal bricks. I get my ideas mostly from Seattle, but also from other builders. I am also a drummer and a good sailor.
I joined MOCpages in 2007 and my first creation is Carpathia. My biggest creation is my R.M.S. Titanic.------------------> Carpathia used to be called New York, another ship, but it looks more like tha Carpathia.. If I can get any V9 tracks, I would switch to V9, but it is not the case. That is why I use old blue tracks. I like old tracks because you can do anything with them. You will notice I add two studs to the width of many things. My trains are 8-wides, my monorail a 6-wide, and most of my un-posted cars 5-wide to 6-wide. I made a brickshelf account , with many deleted pictures not on MOCpages. Also visit my groups: The Lego Society, Club MOC, and Group of Trains and Ships. Enjoy my creations!
I organize my ships into 4 categories. They are:
Small(2 decks, 3-3 1/2 feet long)
medium(3 decks, 4-4 1/2 feet long)
large(3 decks, 5 feet long)
Giant(3-over 3 decks, 6- over 6 feet long)
One BIG change in the Titanic WIP. I decided to make it the Normandie, after learning about one fact. But re-construction will begin in a month.
Sorry for the long period with nothing from me, internet didn't work... By the way, the new Normandie will be almost two times bigger than the first, so don't worry. Personally, I prefer three funnels on a ship.
As I knew it, my friend raphael finally joined MOCpages! The link is here.
You will also see a battleship coming from me soon...
Titanic progress: 6 feet long, and only about 30 more pieces!
Sorry, but the aircraft carrier project is canceled, due to piece shortage. The planes are still intact and will be posted. The Titanic is going good, now with the whole ship done, and the lifeboats being built.
We are moving, so long absences will be frequent. The new SS Normandie is 99% finished,Sneak peek to come. Good news: I finally have a 9V motor!
TGV duplex, better and 8-wide, to come.
New! S.S. France is to come. minimal length: 7 feet 4 inches! If we're lucky, it might be 8 feet!
S.S. France Construction is going good: it will be longer than 8 feet. I was a but busy, which explains the inactivity. The boat will be ready in a few months, sneek peek to come.
Sneek peek of the week!
The construction of the S.S. France.