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DooM by Scharnvirk
DooM
Remember the Doom? Videogame which forever changed the industry, adding gore, blood, violence and fear in amounts unimaginable before? Good times, good times. This little viginette was created to use everything possible in LEGO and then some to create a believable Doom scene with "that feel". Whether I managed to capture it or not is not for me to judge, but I hope you like it anyway :)

The Cacodemon itself is probably the most complex build I have assembled so far, almost entirely composed of tubing, minifig hands and other pieces which are somewhat hard to classify as "bricks".

For walls I used some watercolor paint to add "weathering" effect and I really hope it will come off eventually, as these are my all dark tan bricks available ;)
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Epsilon Dynamics goes Pleyworld! by Scharnvirk
Epsilon Dynamics goes Pleyworld!
An experiment with new crowdfunding platform for LEGO creations - the Pleyworld. It works pretty much like LEGO Ideas, except it seems a bit simplier plus it doesn't seem to have a ban-all-military-creations rule in action.
Since I got many requests for making instructions for the recent Auriga III model I've chosen it as a first entry for the platform.

So in case you wish it available for buy (or rental!) - click that little vote thingy right there: www.pleyworld.com/design/Aurig…

Thanks in advance! :)
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Auriga MKIII hovercar by Scharnvirk
Auriga MKIII hovercar
Here - the newly built MK III with its older brethren. Fun how not only each next one looks more modern, they also reflect my own progress in lego-skill (if such basic thing requires any skill, anyway).

Each one was built as good as I could in that time, with the pieces I had. This shows mostly on the oldest one - it has these stripes only because I have had no yellow hinges for doors...
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Auriga MKIII hovercar by Scharnvirk
Auriga MKIII hovercar
Lego does not always mean blocky! With proper part usage and some smooth angling you can achieve very pleasantly looking effect.

This little thing was built in just three hours as an entry in a contest in our LUG.
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Trio of LEGO Star Destroyers on patrol by Scharnvirk
Trio of LEGO Star Destroyers on patrol
Playing a bit with space backgrounds, photoshopping and composition. I feel like it was harder than actually assembling that behemoth... and by no means I am satisfied by the result.

Speaking of which - how to make a spherized texture which is not blurred in the middle? The basic PS filter does that and the only thing I can think of is starting with REALLY HUGE texture (like, 5k x 5k) and then scaling down. But this way I can do only a little planet like the orange one. How to make one which would be about 5x bigger?
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Bentheghost Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
man your builds are amazing! you have such talent with shaping and parts usage!
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SuperMoonImagination Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Incredible work! Your design styles are very unique and consistent. :D
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DeinonychusEmpire Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Have you submitted any projects to LEGO Ideas? If not, I really think you should. Your skill with LEGO bricks would garner you a lot of supporters.
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Scharnvirk Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2015
I did not.

Most of my successful designs are not LEGO Ideas - viable. They are either militarised or too complex or too big or depend on techniques which make them barely possible to assemble.

I am going to try PleyWorld, though.
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DeinonychusEmpire Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Huh, I've never heard of PleyWorld. I just looked it up, it seems very interesting. What makes it better than LEGO Ideas, specifically?
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Scharnvirk Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2015
Negotiatable licenses, less restrictions when it comes to themes, the fact that PleyWorld is an independent company unrelated to LEGO which makes them quicker and more effective in realisation of the pojects.

For example I could post the Enterprise at PleyWorld but couldn't on LEGO Ideas because Megabloks (or Cobi?) already is making star trek things. LEGO for sure cannot do the same without some crazy licensing stuff but it might work on PleyWorld.

That is - if the thing works and gets a fanbase, but it is worth a try I think.
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StormAlchemist15 Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
And my parents say lego is for children (6-12). Bet they never saw THIs coming!

Amazing work dude, seriously. This is some of the best stuff I have ever seen.
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Scharnvirk Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2014
Everytime someone says that something is for children and therefore childish, he/she forgets that someone had to design that, and that someone was definitely not a child.
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StormAlchemist15 Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Truer words were never spoken.
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rexon01 Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
official lego stuff doesn't even look this good! 
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