Posts Tagged MOCs

Planetary Meter Service

"Excuse me, sir, you're parked in a no-starcraft zone."

"Excuse me, sir, you're parked in a no-starcraft zone."

When a tiny peaceful world was invaded, they found themselves with a desperate need for armed starfighters. The only spacecraft they possessed that had a decent amount of speed and toughness were used by the Planetary Meter Service, or PMS. These “meter-maids” darted about the myriad orbital facilities, enforcing parking rules and issuing citations for improperly parked starcraft.

"Yes ma'am, I'll move it right away!"

"Yes ma'am, I'll move it right away!"

With the addition of a hyper-booster, armor, maneuvering wings and twin laser cannons, the Meter-maid made quite a sturdy little starfighter. The enhanced speed combined with the PMS pilots in-depth knowledge of the intricacies of the orbital docking platforms made this squad extremely successful.

, ,

No Comments

LEGO goodies: Issue 1

So I’ve gotten off my lazy arse and actually took pictures of some of the LEGO creations I’ve been working on. I’ll start you off with this one. Look for more in the coming week.

For the NoVVember Vic Viper celebration:
Ferrari vv-9000

Here’s a top view:
F-9000 Top View

If you want just the pics, you can view my Flickr photostream.

, , ,

No Comments

Now I’ve gone and done it


Not only have I actually put together a LEGO MOC, photographed it, and published it, but I submitted it for a contest. Click on the picture over there to see the details. All the entries are posted here. Or you can skip right to my submission. The contest is being judged by Jake von Slatt of The Steampunk Workshop. I recall seeing his amazing Steampunk Keyboard Mod a while ago. This guy is totally steampunk.

Anyway, here’s a taste:

On another tangent, while being inspired by this contest, I decided to get all geeky and start researching steampunk and actual steam engines. Facscinating stuff. If I ever get to build my Puddle Duck Racer, it would be really cool to add a steam engine like this.

, , , ,

No Comments

Blown away

My 5 year old son blew me away this morning. He made his own Lego spaceship, all by himself! He identified all the parts and it was really cool. As soon as I download the pics, I’ll put them up. I knew that he enjoyed the stuff I made, but it’s a special thrill to see him create his own.

, ,

No Comments

Cruise Liner


I am finally starting to take photos of my Lego creations, MOCs, in the parlance of Legoheads (My Own Creation). Here is a cruise liner I did. I promise my pictures and my designs will get better as I practice. You can view more pics here

, ,

No Comments