Sunday, December 2, 2012

Mars Needs Legos!



A Martian screw galley built from . . . Legos? Yes friends, that's right. This beautiful Martian cloudship, perhaps based on a Hullcutter design, was built by the talented Ingo Siekmann. I really like this!

Here is a link to a whole gallery of pictures of this wonderful toy ship.

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CORRECTION! December 4, 2012

I misunderstood the original posting. Ingo Siekmann did not build the ship, he found the website with it and re-posted it. He sent me the following:

"Mr. Chadwick, there seems to be a misunderstanding. I did not build this model, I just stumbled upon the picture in another blog. The ship - and many other models - were build by a Portugese hobbyist
called Paulo Castanho, who mantains a great gallery."

And here's the link to Paulo Castanho's gallery. Terrific job, Paulo!


7 comments:

  1. I`m not sure, but i think Ingo only found the picture an don`t build this ship by himself. In my opinion it is from the portugiese Paulo Castanho. I have some of his other steampunk-Lego-projects on my german Blog http://raum1889.de/?p=198 It is, naturally, in german, but pictures have there own language.

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  2. this is one of the Paulo Castanho works, indeed.

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  3. Hi

    I'm Paulo, the builder of this MOC (My Own Creation in AFOLS language).

    Many thanks for showing my work.

    Paulo

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    1. Great job, Paulo! Glad I finally got the credit right on this very cool ship. Now if only I knew what AFOLS meant in AFOLS language. (Amazing Fans Of Lego Stuff?)

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  4. AFOL - Adult Fan Of Lego

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