Duality Class Battlemech

Here it is – the Duality Class Battlemech

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The history

I had this obsessive idea to make a two-seated battle mech (where both pilots are on different levels. The sliding canopy (please see the youtube video ) was the most challenging part to make (the aesthetics of it to be exact). And I must admit I’m quite happy with how this MOC turned out. It’s very pose-able and I like it’s color scheme a lot, it’s just different.

The Duality class features

  • Sliding main canopy, opening top canopy
  • 2 pilots (pilot and gunner)
  • Multi-position JET booster engines
  • Auto-cannon which can fold on the back of the mech
  • Minigun pistol (fits both arms)
  • Fully playable!

The instructions for this mech are available HERE

This is a full overview of this battle mech on Youtube – check it out!

And this is a 360 rotating video:

Hope you like this MOC. If you missed this before,
the instructions for this mech are available HERE


Little icebreaker made of LEGO® bricks

I think I’ve created probably the smallest icebreaker built of LEGO® bricks!

I had a LEGO® passenger plane set (this one). And I was looking at the big piece used for the tail of the plane. Something ticked and I challenged myself to make a small ship based on that single piece, it was like a sport (is it possible to make a ship with a bow like that?). Naturally, I thought of an icebreaker. And a fun build it was which took me almost two days to perfect to the level I’d like to share with you. It features a very nice interior as well!

Instructions are available HERE!

The icebreaker features:

  • Interior:
    • Toilet, including toilet paper and rare French perfumes
    • A bedroom with a hidden stash and a TV
    • A bridge with a coffee mug
    • An espresso machine
  • Exterior:
    • Fire extinguishing equipment
    • Helicopter landing pad
    • Rotating radar array
    • Lights, lights, lights!
  • A helicopter
    • A compact unit with 2 turbo engines on the sides!
    • Comes with a torch and an axe

NOTE! This model has been built with real bricks and tested!

Here is a video of the real thing! (the color scheme is a bit different)

If you missed this before – Instructions are available HERE!

Vortex Class Scout Cruiser

The agile Vortex Class Scout Cruiser

Features of this spaceship:

  • Opening command bridge bay doors
  • Command bridge completely lands and the crew can exit to explore
  • Transport bay lands with exploration buggy in it
  • The engines change their thrust vector for landing
  • Wings act as the rear landing gear
  • The command bridge is suitable for 3. The pilot, and two crew members (in hibernation)
  • The model is durable and swoosh-able, it will not break in half and has been built to play (or to display).
  • Instructions are available here


  • Two forward facing light positron blasters
  • One rotating (360 degrees) and swiveling heavy charged laser cannon
  • Two rotating and swiveling accutron sniper cannons


  • Two Variable Thrust Vector Quantum Vacuum Engines


There is a funny story with this one. I started building it 4 years ago. It all started with the LEGO® piece 47406, which I thought would be a great “nose” for a spaceship and I had one from Sentai Fortress set. So I started building it with the limited number of parts I had (at that time I was just coming out of the LEGO dark ages :)). Shortly after that, my two daughters were born. So I had to delay the construction for more or less 4 years with limited time to work on the model. And now, finally, I’ts finished! So I thought, why don’t I make matching instructions. Which, in fact, took so much time and effort to complete that I almost gave up.

Instructions are available here

Below are some videos of this cruiser. Fuzzy logic spinning:

The site is live now!

Hello Dear visitors and LEGO® MOC fans!

This is the first post on a (hopefully) long journey to document my creations from LEGO® bricks. I have always been fascinated by mecha, space, and sci-fi. Some 4 years ago I rediscovered my passion of creating using LEGO® bricks and it seems that it has been growing ever since.

A lot has changed since 1997(the year that I stopped playing with LEGO® because I was “too old” for it),  so many bricks to choose from and such a big community to learn from. In this blog I will post all sorts of LEGO® Mocs, pictures and instructions. God knows, maybe I’ll even add a review or whatever comes to my mind :). I’ve also created a YouTube channel, which you can visit here

Thanks for reading and keep creating!

Yours truly,