MOCpages : Share your LEGO® creations
LEGO models my own creation MOCpages toys shop
Welcome to the world's greatest LEGO fan community!
Explore cool creations, share your own, and have lots of fun together.  ~  It's all free!
Comment on Bricks in Motion
 
Rate it
55555 Excellent  
I like it
4444 Very good
I like it
333 Good
22 Average
1 Not good
  (I'll rate it later)
First name Have a MOCapges account? Sign in
Last name
E-mail
You'll need to check your e-mail before we post your comment.
Your e-mail won't be shown onscreen, and we will never sell or abuse it.
Comments
(No HTML, please)
  Use appropriate language and do not be mean, rude, or insulting.
Inappropriate comments will be deleted before anyone sees them,
and your account may be deleted. Full rules | Why?


Bricks in Motion . . Here are my builds for Bricks in Motion at Milestones Museum, Basingstoke, England. I built the vehicles and others in the team built the scenes and figures. The show is the brain child of Ed Diment of Bright Bricks. We have produced 121 Lego models in total depicting the history of transport, from the earliest man made vehicles to theoretical space crafts that travel faster than light. If you live in the area I urge you to visit the museum for a great day out. Many builders contributed but I have not photographed their work. I will leave that for them to do but a list of contributors is as follows: Bright Bricks contributors include: Ed Diment Rhys Knight Bryn Morgan Jordan Matt Snowy Rhian Davis Associated builders include: Nick Barrett Ralph S Tom Poulsom James Pegrum Apologies for the poor quality of the some of the photos, the lighting is challenging and the models are behind perspex boxes. Zeppelin (Z1) 3.2 metres long, Minifig scale (1:40). The first lighter than air powered craft designed by Count Ferdinand Von Zeppelin in 1899. Juno space probe. Fastest man made object, currently travelling at 87,000 mph toward Jupiter SS Great Britain. 2.5 metres long, Minifig scale (1:40). Designed by the great Isambard Kingdom Brunel and launched in 1843. Iron hull, steam powered, screw propeller, considered to be the forerunner to all modern ocean-going ships. This was a collaboration with Bryn who designed the basic hull shape on Brick Builder software (1 day) and Rhian who built the hull (7 days). I added the fine details to the hull and the complete deck (3 days). Chinese Junk. 50cms long. Minifig scale (1:40). Ancient sailing vessel so versatile the design is still in use today. J Class Yacht. 1 metre long. Minifig scale (1:40). 1930s yacht used in the Americas Cup. Notice I built the hull completely upside down so I could use the 1x4 roof slopes. Vestas 2 'Sailrocket' Minifig scale (1:40). This holds the sailing speed record, with a peak speed of 78.26 mph. Ice Yacht Minifig scale (1:40). Vintage wooden ice yacht used in the 17th Century McCormick Farmall tractor Miniland scale (1:20). Vintage american tractor. Working steering and spinning drive shaft. Lamborghini Aventador (UAE Police version) Miniland scale (1:20). Based on my red Aventador. Hispano Suiza Miniland scale (1:20). Luxery Spanish/Swiss car from the late 1920s. Motorbikes miniland scale (1:20 ish). From left to right: Vintage Triumph, BMW trail bike and a generic modern sports bike. Trucks Miniland scale (1:20). Vintage Layland Beaver and a modern Volvo Globetrotter. Both hav opening features and the Volvo has working steering and tilting cab. History of Formula 1 Miniland scale (1:20) Mercedes W05 Hybrid. 2014 championship winning car driven by Lewis Hamilton Ferrari F2002 2002 and 2003 championship winning car driven by Michael Schumacher. Get well soon Michael! McLaren MP4/4 1988 Championship winning car driven by Arton Senna. Lotus 72 1972 Championship winning car driven by Emerson Fittipaldi Maserati 250F 1954 Championship winning car driven by Juan Manuel Fangio Hope you like them. Personally my favourite is the Chinese Junk. Also like the J-Class yacht, tractor and the McLaren MP4/4. Believe it or not the Formula 1 cars and motorbikes were a challenge at Miniland scale.


LEGO models my own creation MOCpages toys shop


You Your home page | LEGO creations | Favorite builders
Activity Activity | Comments | Creations
Explore Explore | Recent | Groups
MOCpages is an unofficial, fan-created website. LEGO® and the brick configuration are property of The LEGO Group, which does not sponsor, own, or endorse this site.
©2002-2018 Sean Kenney Design Inc | Privacy policy | Terms of use