Thanks for your great replies, I glad you enjoyed them and you can go had and do them
I won't give instructions though (at least not at this stage).
The Blue Knight Wrote:
Crossbows came after the time the last Longships plied the high seas.
Ok, thanks for the info, always love to learn new stuff Magnus Wrote:
The Viking ship is great too, but you might want to turn the guys around so they ship can move forwards
hehe, I know but for "picture only case" I think it looks better like thisAthos Wrote:
Vikings. Love it. This would make a great official line for Lego to revive Castle, after the Power Ranger's embaressment. I like the cloth sail. Only thing missing are the horned helmets, which aren't really an option if you are going with unaltered lego.
Actually the entire idea was to create some Vikings models (like 5-7) in sets scale that LEGO can easily copy. Hopefully I'll make some more later on. Since I don't do custom stuff I won't glue horns though.Teup Wrote:
That's great, I've got a competitor
hehe, actually I really saw your MOCs only after I made mines and thats really the reason I didn't published mine for a little while. I love the work you did on Vikings too, but I'm building more in a set size so those stuff can be actually sets (if and when...)
Did you know the sails actually weren't really vertically striped but chequered? But IMO that kind of historical correctness is beyond the necessity of a Lego MOC
I really didn't know that, but my Vikings are classic, we stick to what is tradition to think
I really like the SNIR'ed bars on the cart, good job, hope to see more Viking mocs
Yes, I really want to continue the viking idea but it will take a while...