Jump to content

High_Admiral

Members
  • Content Сount

    959
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Battles

    3299
  • Clan

    [ARMDA]

Community Reputation

59 Good

About High_Admiral

  • Rank
    Ensign
  • Birthday January 25
  • Insignia
    [ARMDA]

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Taratupa Naval Base, Somewhere in the South Pacific
  • Interests
    Designing WW2 warships
    DAKKA, ALL ZE DAKKA!!!!!!
    When in doubt, C4- Jamie Hyneman
    WW2, duh
    Marching Band
    Something, something, dark side, something
    Ehh, I give up
    HEY, SEAMAN!
    GET OVER HERE AND FINISH UP MY INTERESTS ON WOWS FORUMS!!!
    Minecraft
    Legos
    And of course DAKKA ALL SE DAKKA!!!!

Recent Profile Visitors

2,617 profile views
  1. High_Admiral

    Lego Rebuilt Battle of Britain Class 34111 'Princess Royal'

    I would suggest Bricklink Studio, its more stable than LDD, and it's got a far greater parts library, plus you can render screenshots and actually get a parts list and purchase all of them at the same time since the program is integrated directly into Bricklink's marketplace for price estimates
  2. High_Admiral

    The Armada Dominion [ARMDA] & [ARMDG]

    New Year's Resolution: Join the Armada Community
  3. High_Admiral

    The Armada Dominion [ARMDA] & [ARMDG]

    Happy knew yeer
  4. High_Admiral

    The Armada Dominion [ARMDA] & [ARMDG]

    only 9 more days till Christmas
  5. High_Admiral

    The Armada Dominion [ARMDA] & [ARMDG]

    Are you sure about that?
  6. High_Admiral

    Chat Funnies

    XD Keep these coming man, and I hope to see you on the battlefield sometime!
  7. High_Admiral

    Insane Alsace game!

    @Fletcher7_1944Nice work man! Alsace is a fun little boat, one that I wish took the T10 slot instead of that thing called a battleship. Don't really got to play her much myself, the USN BBs and Tirpitz over shadow her and Richelieu in my port
  8. High_Admiral

    Lego old-timey steam locomotive

    Bricklink Studio also has access to the entire bricklink shop and you can order the parts pretty much directly from the program(with like one extra step in between, but its better than LDD which you can't) plus it gives you a price in the program as well as allows you to insert custom parts, like the drivers on my A3 which are Big Ben Bricks XL drivers. (link to BBB's website: http://www.bigbenbricks.com/ Great guy, awesome products, using the XLs on a PRR S1 that I'm slowly cobbling together irl)
  9. High_Admiral

    Lego old-timey steam locomotive

    nice work mate! Curious to the need of a winch on the rear of the tender. Also, I see you're still using LDD, have you tried Bricklink Studio? Lxf files are compatable with the program although any changes you make will be saved in the file format Studio uses. Did this in Studio, it even includes a render engine
×