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  • #61
    Here’s the Soviet S51 SPG, it’s based off of a KV hull and has “Stalin’s Sledgehammer” (203mm howitzer) on top. This would have provided more reliability since it was more maneuverable than the other platform and could use the same parts as other KV1 and KV2s.
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    • MBBChris
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      This looks great! Was this a real thing!?

    • Russiantanker12
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      Just a prototype, the massive gun proved to be too powerful for the KV1s chassis.

    • MBBChris
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      Ah okay... yeah that is one big gun

  • #62
    That looks great! Any plans to get them onto the battle field? I'd love to see them in action!

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    • Russiantanker12
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      I only have 1 player (myself) so I will try to go to the world war brick next year in Minneapolis and bring all my custom models. Not sure if it’s going to get canceled or not yet, but I hope we can have it.

    • Derek BKM
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      We hope that we won't need to cancel it either, but even if the world won't let it happen next year, we will definitely have a World War Brick when we are first able to, and I can't wait to see your custom builds! Also, don't hesitate to set up and play a solo game or two, they can be tons of fun! It also allows you to play with more narrative elements that might not be as well suited for a more competitive match up. In any case, can't wait for a Micro Brick Battle reunion at World War Brick, and if you do wind up playing some solo games definitely let us know!

  • #63
    A new post on my Instagram profile... Im having a MicroWeek going on there.
    This is the US M8 Greyhound. This was a very challenging model to design in this scale but I think Ryan (who is on this forum to) did a great job on it! And I absolutely love the small details as the two black parts in the front to simulate the two open hatches that a Greyhound has in real life, and the hand piece as a machine gun on top.

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    • Derek BKM
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      This looks great! Both the model itself and the shots are amazing! Thanks for sharing!

    • Mnartgirl
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      love the scene looks really great!! I thought I was following you on Insta but maybe I am not.... I will have to double check because I know I would have noticed this! Well Done

    • MBBChris
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      Thank you both!

  • #64
    I made a late WW2 moc, it has a light brick in the tunnel. The Germans set up a Marder III to ambush an American M4 easy eight.
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    • MBBChris
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      Looks good!
      I bet that German isnt that happy with that light on top of him... makes his hideout a pretty easy shot for that Sherman!

  • #65
    My goodness that looks amazing! I think one of my favorite things to see is unique obstacles and town builds etc, I'm a huge fan of the micro buildings that Omaha Bricks has for that reason! There's so much room to customize and personalize the battlefield! Not only does it make the battles more memorable but its so much easier to build "head cannon" and a narrative around the action! Thanks for sharing!

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    • Russiantanker12
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      Brickmania should do micro brick battle buildings, like smaller versions of Dan’s castles that he used to make, and historical buildings in movies and have a battle pack for the band of brothers or something like that. Customize the Brickmini figures by printing on them and change out the helmets and weapons on them to fit different nations too.
      Last edited by Russiantanker12; 11-19-2020, 04:02 PM.

    • Derek BKM
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      That would be so much fun!

    • MBBChris
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      Russiantanker12 There is a line of buildings building instructions available at OmahaBricks.com

  • #66
    Hi! I just wanted to show y'all what I am planning to do.

    I'm planning on making a "Hold the Line" scenario (with some tweaks) using fictional vehicles and infantry.
    It will involve a made-up country that I came up with some time ago called Proveskia, and it would take place during its civil war (I call it the "Proveskian Civil War").

    Background Information:
    The territory under Proveskian control, Pery, wanted to secede from Proveskia, but after failed negotiations and incidents at their border, the Perians finally decided to take arms and declare their independence. At the start of the war, the Proveskian Army fielded their new tank divisions, the 1st and 2nd Armored Divisions, along with three other infantry divisions during "Operation Reunion," a plan that called for a combined-arms attack that would weaken the rebellion and ultimately result in their swift destruction

    This scenario would replicate what Operation Reunion would have looked like.

    The Proveskians would have "Lp. A" tankettes, "Lp. I" light tanks, and "Lp. II" light tanks. The Perians would have imported "RU-I" light tanks, which were light tanks from the Republican Union (another made-up country a friend of mines made), who secretly supported the rebellion.

    I based the Lp. A on your L3/35 tankette instructions and the Lp. I and II were based on a slightly modified model of your T-26 light tank. Finally, the RU-I is basically like the T-26. The gun barrels of the Lp. I, Lp. II, and RU-I are not final as I will replace them with either minifigure hands or flex tubes. Right now I'm just waiting on more building supplies.

    I'm still working on the details with the infantry and the map itself but I hope y'all like what I have so far!
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    • Russiantanker12
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      It looks like your at my place with the carpet background

    • MBBChris
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      Looks nice

  • #67
    Here’s some Cold War-/Modern-era vehicles I made!

    These include the British Challenger II, German Leopard 2, German Kanonenjagdpanzer, German Raketenjagdpanzer 2 HOT, and Indian Arjun tanks.

    I had to search online for ideas and a way to improvise the tracks since I didn’t have the flat beams required for them.

    Hope y’all like them!
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    • #68
      I posted something on my Instagram account that fits here to again.
      This is the French Potez 63/11. The plane in the background is the French Br 691. And finally the tank in the background is the French R35. That tank is originally designed by Yitzy but I gave it some camo.
      I hope you like the models and the little fellows around them.

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      • wtrand03
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        Incredible. I have been following you for some time on Instagram and I must say that your MMB creations are very well done!

      • MBBChris
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        wtrand03 thank you, but they arent all mine. It is a OmahaBricks team effort

      • wtrand03
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        Ah I see! Keep up the good work y’all!

    • #69
      I really wanted to do this since I got my Brickmania Huey from many years ago. This is my Bell UH-1 Iroquois. Many more updates and versions coming out soon! Also, I was listening to CCR while making this
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      • Grasshopper Squadron
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        That one's really neat. Looks like we're getting into Vietnam Era now!

      • MBBChris
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        This looks so good! Nice job done!

    • #70
      I have finally acquired the required pieces to make more of the Lp. A and the Lp. I! Here are some pictures of a recent battle between my brother and I. It was a whole lot of fun and I hope to have another one with the micro infantry!
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      • MBBChris
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        Nice looking!

    • #71
      I made some tankettes that are somewhat based on the Polish TKS.
      I call it the Lp. AIT (Anti-Infantry Tractor).
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      • MBBChris
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        That little one looks like a Bob Semple tank!

      • wtrand03
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        Yeah it kind of does! But I think it looks more like “Little Willie,” the predecessor of the Mark I tank.
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