Torsos Archive

New update on My Grande Armée by DucadiYork

Tuesday, February 14th, 2012
My Grande Armée

What a sight! Very suitable to an officer!

Since a few months there's an amazingly detailed Napoleonic army in the make by Eurobricks member DucadiYork. The latest addition is a horse for a hussar officer. It would be quite a challenge to make this on a real LEGO horse, but it's already a very nice piece of artwork.

Check out this new update on My Grande Armée by DucadiYork in the forum!

3D Printed Minifig Customs by Woody64

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

A realistic Napoleonic soldier!

One of the many realistic Napoleonic soldiers!

Eurobricks member Woody64 has recently shared his update with 3D Printed Custom accessoires for minifigures!  Especially the custom headgear is worth looking at. The wide selection of  weapons will surely come in handy for customizers, in addition with the custom torso's.

Hurry to the forum to check out Woody64's 3D Printed Minifig Customs!

Revolutionary Soldiers by michaelozzie

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

Revolutionary Soldiers, custom-made LEGO minifigs by michaelozzie

A bunch of great-looking soldiers!

Check out these custom LEGO soldiers made by Classic-Pirates.com and Eurobricks user michaelozzie. All the attention to detail makes them look truly amazing!

Discuss Revolutionary Soldiers from michaelozzie in the forum!

Custom minifig: Napoleon Bonaparte (1796 – Italian Campaign) by Michaelozzie

Monday, September 13th, 2010

One of the best custom minifigures I recently encountered is this one from Michaelozzie: Napoleon Bonaparte, with his 1796 Brigadier-General costume, used into the 1796-1797 Italian Campaign which made his name and set him right upon the path towards glory!

Michaelozzie's LEGO torso decal for Napoleon Bonaparte during his Italian Campaing!

"Napoleon Bonaparte - The little general"

Michaelozzie makes more high-quality decals for the Napoleonic Era, admire them over here!

Go discuss Michaelozzie's "Napoleon" decal  into the Pirate MOC forum!

Woody64′s latest custom items

Monday, September 6th, 2010

Because we like to support our members who are running  projects for the community, I decided to write an item about Woody64's latest custom items.

These are the items from his 20th mold, together with some already existing ones:

Woody64's custom items, suitable for LEGO Pirates.Click here to discuss Woody's custom items in the Pirates forum!Woody64's custom items

A Spontoon, a Pistol model 1806, a Baker Cavalry Rifle, the Hussar Hat...Woody makes it all! 

If you want to see more of Woody's items, here is a link to his shop.

Discuss Woody64's latest items in the Pirate MOC forum!

112 Demi-Brigade of 1794 by Michaelozzie

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

Although it was a French army, it was filled mainly with Belgians.

After all the well-suited armies standing perfect in line and shooting at the same time, Michaelozzie has now made an army with a far more ragged look and formed out of volunteers. Usually you can guess what the rest of an army looks like by viewing only 3 soldiers. This time, almost every soldier is unique which makes the army very interesting to take a look at.

Check out the 112 Demi-Brigade of 1794 by Michaelozzie in the forum!

The Pas De Charge by michaelozzie

Monday, September 7th, 2009

The Pas De Charge by michaelozzie on Classic-Pirates.com

Classic-Pirates.com member michaelozzie has set up an amazing scene with his brilliant army! With many new additions to his troops and some amazing photography, this fantastic set-up is enough to make anyone squirm with envy.

Check it out in the Pirate forum!

French Gendarmeries by michaelozzie

Saturday, August 29th, 2009

French Gendarmeries by michaelozzie on Classic-Pirates.com

Member michaelozzie  has produced some more fine customization work with these French Gendarmeries. These Napoleonic police look ready for any brawl or conflict. Armed to the teeth with guns, bayonets and pipecleaners, these guys are ready for whatever is thrown at them - first up, your comments and criticism!

So head on over to see French Gendarmeries by michaelozzie in the Pirates forum!



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