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NCC-1701 Enterprise Refit (Part 10 Final)
"Fate protects fools, little children, and ships named Enterprise." ... Before the beauty shots, letís ...
1-Ton Cube Van
One last straight truck, the vehicle anyone can drive but which should probably require a test!
1:1 Star Trek desktop clutter
What's a desk without some clutter, even in the 22nd or 23rd century? ... LĖR: Next Generation-era PADD (Personal Acc...
1:1 TOS Desk and Wall Intercom
Here's a little something I whipped up overnight. ... Why be satisfied with a Minifig-scaled Enterprise when you ca...
2001 EVA Pod
This is my first finished MOC. I had a larger version at first, with much more detail including the distinctive oval port, but it was jus...
In 1999 a strange magnetic anomaly designated TMA-1 was detected in Tycho crater, near the Moon's south pole. In 2001, Dr. Heywood Floyd ...
A one-day project featuring a modernist apartment building. ... Iíve always been a fan of Brutalism, having grown up in Edmonton...
Cabover Truck with flatbed and container
Now for some 8-wide goodness! ... This is a proper truck with a flatbed and 40-foot container. The tract...
Cabover truck with sleeper berth and trailer
An extended version of the Mack-style tractor unit. ... Cutaway showing the interior. There is plenty...
For this I was thinking of the ubiquitous white rental van. ... The front end is shorter than the pickup trucks, and styled after the 20...
Classic TARDIS Interior with First Doctor
After much tinkering (which, if we take a lesson from the Doctor, will never really end) I present: the orig...
Cyrano Jones' Spacematic
Lovable rogue of the spacelanes, Cyrano Jones plies his trade aboard the trusty Spacematic!
Extended Pickup truck
Crew cab version! ... Yet another pickup truck, or as local dealer Nicky Fordinski used to say, "pick-me-up" truck! LDD file ...
I've decided to resurrect my truck MOCs! ... As usual everything is Minifig scale (about 1:40, or 1 stud=1 foot). I know there are alr...
International 5-Ton with 24-foot box. ... This is a mod of the 3221 LEGO truck set. I really like that set Ė†it's one of the few I...
J Class Spaceship (Harry Mudd, Dr. Sevrin)
The J Class is a type of ship mentioned several times in TOS, referring to an older style cargo or transpor...
K-7 Space Station (Part 1 WIP)
The Workbees have been busy! ... K-7 is an unarmed civilian space station constructed in 2257. The K-Class stations...
K-7 Space Station (Part 2 WIP)
The K-7 Space Station Engineering Module ... The Engineering Module not only houses the station's power systems but...
K-7 Space Station (Part 3 WIP)
The Administration Module. ... The Administration Module sits at the top of the station, with a massive spire high ...
NCC-1355 Apollo (Scout class)
Introducing the seldom-seen Apollo class. ... This class of chip only appeared once, in the 2006 video game Star Tre...
NCC-150 Daedalus (Part 1 WIP)
The shipyards have been busy... ... I've wanted to design a minifig-scale Star Trek starship with a full interior for ...
NCC-150 Daedalus (Part 2 WIP)
Welcome back to the Daedalus starship development! I had some serious issues with LDD crashing, which I was finally able...
NCC-150 Daedalus (Part 3 WIP)
Welcome to the third instalment of the Daedalus Starship project! I will give you a tour of the secondary hull, which is...
NCC-150 Daedalus (Part 4 Final!)
Here she is ready for her shakedown! ... There are some things that I wish I had done differently and elements that...
NCC-1701 Enterprise (Part 1 WIP)
A deck-by-deck model of the most iconic starship ever! ... After seeing a couple of really great 3D projects that att...
NCC-1701 Enterprise (Part 2 WIP)
Welcome back as we proceed to D and E decks! ... Hereís where we left off previously. Deck D: There are 12...
NCC-1701 Enterprise (Part 3 WIP)
The minifig-scale Enterprise continues with the biggest deck of all, F deck. ... So Ė†just how do you fit 430 crewmem...
NCC-1701 Enterprise (Part 4 WIP)
Deck G occupies the lower half of the saucer rim. Because of the concave curvature of the lower hull, the central are...
NCC-1701 Enterprise (Part 4.5 WIP)
Deck G was a little rushed and there were numerous problems requiring additional attention. Thankfully itís all don...
NCC-1701 Enterprise (Part 5 WIP)
The lower decks of the saucer are quite small in diameter, and in laying them out I looked to the refit plans as a gu...
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