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My first attempt at SHIPtember (build a 100+ stud spaceship within the month of September). I started September 1st with a clean workspace and completed it on September 29th.
October 5, 2019
#SHIPtember #LEGO #Ice Planet 2002 #MOC #Space
Another website with LEGO GBC information and links.
Getting Started You’ll need power function motors and a power supply. The can be purchased from https://shop.lego.com. I’d recommend starting by copying someone else’s design; several modules are listed below.
And you’ll need LEGO soccer balls, which are about $1 a piece.
September 20, 2019
#LEGO #GBC #Power #9v #Technic
Merchants set up camp on a dune near an oasis on their trade route across the desert.
I created this MOC for the Middle Eastern Setting category of the Summer Joust 2019 competition.
Making the MOC Below are some progress pictures as I created this MOC.
July 1, 2019
#LEGO #Castle #Summer Joust #MOC
This page has resources and information specific to GBC for the Lincoln and Omaha LEGO User Group (LOLUG). For information on getting started, including sourcing balls and building your first module, see my general GBC page.
Upcoming Shows Brickdays Omaha 2021 Prior Shows Brickdays Lincoln 2019 Video Brickdays Omaha 2019 Video Standard We follow the standard.
June 26, 2019
#LEGO #GBC #LOLUG #Castle
This page will cover how to control the speed of your great ball contraption (GBC) modules. First the traditional 9V train controller will be covered followed by instructions on creating a cheaper, custom controller like the one above for about $10 each.
June 25, 2019
#LEGO #GBC #Power #9v
A laundry maid hangs freshly cleaned clothes in a MOC I created this MOC for LOLUG’s May Iron builder. The seed piece is the yellow pin connector featured in the washboard and wringer.
May 20, 2019
#LEGO #MOC #Iron Builder #Miniland
The brick seperator was the seed piece for LOLUG’s February Iron Builder competition. I created this small recon ship surveying an otherworldly ocean on some far-off planet.
February 15, 2019
#LEGO #MOC #Iron Builder
I recreated the classic LEGOLAND (Yellow) castle in tan and put in on a rocky outcrop for the Classic Castle Contest XVI’s Classic Castle Category.
I kept the main castle features, including the three towers, gatehouse, drawbridge and buttresses. The largest change I made (other than the color) was to enclose the back tower.
December 29, 2018
#LEGO #Castle #CCC #MOC
Where the Mountains Meet the Sea
The castle town of Alnor sits at the base of a mountain range giving it access to the sea for trade routes. Perched on the mountain’s foothills, the town is fortified by a wall on three side; the mountains provide cover from the fourth side.
November 10, 2018
#LEGO #MOC #Castle #CCC #Micro