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  1. Dear all I hope you enjoy this little composition Clive
  2. This is my mod of Lego 76001 Tumbler :) Sharing the same major flaw of 76001 Tumbler, this doesn't have 4 rear wheels and certain parts at the back are not available in black colour, but overall I'm satisfied with its sturdiness and shape. Hope you guys like it ! Regards, KMP www.facebook.com/kmpmocs/
  3. Bat Wolf, the chopper seen in the Lego Batman Movie, it first appeared when Robin managed to sneak into the Bat Cave, and appeared again around the 1 hr 05 min mark in the movie. Its image is also included in the LEGO® BATMAN MOVIE: The Making of the Movie book. Its not a very accurate build as my only reference was still images from the movie, so I went for simple, straight-forward building technics for this chopper :) Regards, KMP www.facebook.com/kmpmocs
  4. Batwing takes off from its underground base, over the lake, on a retractable launch pad: 2 by Spiros Geropoulos, on Flickr More on FlickR. 32x32 studs.23 cm high, 900 parts approx.
  5. Hi guys! I don't normally collect Juniors set but I did pick up the most recent DC ones for the minifigures and parts. After fiddling around with the main builds of each set I came up with these Batboat- Lex's warsuit- Tell me what you think! Constructive critism is always welcome
  6. Got another brick-flick brewing: The Bat-cave Blitz! Hoping to get a video posted within the next couple months as a follow-up to my last Batman short, Cinema Crusader
  7. Last Week i bought the new Scarecrow Set and i have to say,i`m not too impressed with Scarecrow`s weird Helicopter Thing.So i thought "hey,why not designing anything else?" I tried to use as many of the Pieces from Scarecrows Helicopter and gave his new Mode of Transportation another Twist. Let me introduce you: Scarecrows Balloon of Doom!!! TLBM-Scarecrows Balloon Doom-2 TLBM-Scarecrows Balloon Doom-1 I had the Balloon Parts from last Years Ninjago Raid Zeppelin but needed another Panel to make a full Balloon.Too bad my favorite Bricklink Store has those Parts only in black and red. Seems like Scarecrows Balloon will be striped in the End. So,what do you think of my Design?
  8. A while ago a Youtuber called Onebadawan asked me if he could make a black version of my Dawn of Justice Batmobile design, not seeing any harm in this I gave him permission to do so and he did, he even posted a video of it. After taking a look at what he created I began to wonder how I would have made it if the actual thing would have been black so I took my design, and began recoloring and redesigning it. Obviously a big plus with making a black Batman v Superman batmobile is the fact that you can actually use the specially molded cockpit pieces that Lego created for this Batmobile. There have also been some interesting parts created recently that aren't available in dark bluish gray but are available in black. In the end, while not being as accurate to the real thing, using black pieces does bring several advantages in terms of how it looks aesthetically. The 1000th time that I have recreated this shot in Lego... An image of Batman and his "new" ride. As you can see most of the design is the same as my previous one, the only noticeable difference is the cockpit area. As always a Batman figure is able to sit inside very comfortably, even added some detailed panels inside. And one final shot inspired by Affleck's photoshoot with the Batmobile. Hope that you enjoyed this "new" old build of mine if you did feedback is greatly appreciated. Have a nice day :)
  9. One thing that I really liked about the Batman Arkham games (especially Asylum and City) was how they designed the costumes/vehicles. They truly managed to strike an excellent balance between realistic and comic-bookiness. I have already recreated the Arkham Asylum Batmobile in Lego and it still maintains to be one of my favourite Batmobiles to date. I however also wanted to give the Batwing from that same game a go. Now I am not one for building planes, never really done so, so to create such a unique looking vehicle was challenging but fun. Am I 100% satisfied with how it turned out? No, probably not but I managed to make it as accurate as possible as I could without making it unstable + it also had to fit a minifigure (which it can :)). So now I am presenting you; Vehicles from Arkham; my Asylum Batmobile with some new modifications and the Batwing from the same video game Arkham Asylum, I hope you enjoy. Here are some shots of the two vehicles, as you can see they go pretty well together. Now lets take a closer look at the Batwing by itself; As you can see it can easily fit a Batman figure with big cowl. Now lets take a look at the redesigned Asylum Batmobile; The rear is where most of the modifications took place, after seeing some more shots of the real thing I realized how inaccurate my previous version actually was so with this one I hope to correct that. As you can see, this one can also easily fit a Batman figure with big cowl. One final shot of the dark knight with his new tools of Justice. I truly hoped that you enjoyed these little builds of mine, feedback is as always greatly appreciated. Have a nice day :)
  10. Yeah i know,the huge Amount of TLBM themed Moc`s might be a bit overwhelming (why is everyone overwhelmed,how about just whelmed...) but isn`t it just great when a single Movie inspires so many creative Minds. Without further ado,here is my Take on the Police Cruisers from the Lego Batman Movie. I got the Idea when someone posted a Screenshot of an Advertisement from Target for the TLBM Sets.This one,to be precise (Image was cropped to remove unnessesary Stuff) TLBM-Police Car-6 I really liked the Car and i thought "Hey,that doesn`t look too hard to make". So i saved this Image and looked through various Trailers and short Spots to get a Glimpse of how the Car looked from Behind and how the Undercarriage was made.Needless to say there weren`t many high Quality Sources so i started to guess here and there. My first Design with the Digital Designer looked pretty okay... TLBM-Police Car-1 So i made a Partslist and started building after my Bricklink Order arrived. 20170311_184610 20170311_184622 20170311_184630 20170311_184654 20170311_184704 20170311_184722 20170311_184738 20170311_184829 20170311_184840 Of course i changed the Color from Sandblue to Black,since most Parts are much easier to get in that Color.I also had a few Police Stickers from Lego City Sets lying around to add additional Details. So,how do you like my Version of the Police Cruiser? P.S. I won`t add a huge Speaker on the Roof :D
  11. In 2004 a Batman animated tv series called The Batman was launched. This serie had the difficult task of following the critically acclaimed Batman TAS as such it was met with a pretty negative responds especially due to some of the radical redesigns of the characters.Personally I liked this series quite a lot, sure it may play a part that this was pretty much the first Batman show that I really got into (nostalgia), but I for one actually really like the more "modern" look that the series had. I was especially impressed by the Batmobile (the 1st one). It was something totally different. For a while now I have wanted to recreate this Batmobile in Lego form but never managed to do so until now. I'm very pleased with the final result, I hope that you like it to. Here you can see the Batmobile next to the Batman, as you can see it has quite a low profile. Without the Bat. A look at the front. The side, here you can see some of the details on the side, and again note the low profile. The rear with the exhausts. And ofcourse the Batman can fit inside, probably the most comfortable fit of any of my Batmobiles so far. I have also created a "stealth" version of this Batmobile. This one is pretty much a recoloringInspired by the Young Justice TV Show. I hope that you enjoyed this Batmobile, feedback is always appreciated. Have a nice day ;)
  12. Hi all, Posted this in the The Lego Batman Movie thread, but for those of you in the UK who may not have seen it the Kiss Kiss keychain polybag 5004928 is currently £2.99 at Argos and they seem to have an absolute load of stock. Happy shopping!
  13. As you all are well aware by now I have a thing for building Batmobiles, I don't know why exactly but I love replicating my favourite ones in Lego form. One of my favourite Batmobiles is the one from the New Batman Adventures. Basically this series was a continuation of the BTAS universe except for the fact that it was completely redesigned. Not only did it feature my favourite Batman animated design by far it also introduced a new Batmobile. Unlike the BTAS version this one was much shorter and looked more like a sleek sports coupe. At first glance its shape looks deceptively simple but look closer and you'll notice some extremely subtle curves that give it its unique look. Replicating this one in Lego was always going to be pretty difficult but given that Lego has recently introduced some great parts I finally managed to get it right. One of the key things for me was to keep its profile as low as possible due to the fact that this contributes massively to its sleek and sporty appearance. I also wanted to make it able to fit a Batman figure comfortably and lastly I wanted to make this design more sturdy, Happily I managed to fullfill all of these criteria. And so I am proud to present to you my Lego version of The New Batman Adventures Batmobile: Here we can see Batman and Robin standing next to their new ride. A look at the car by itself. A side shot to highlight how low the profile actually is, a Batman figure is slightly taller then it. A look at the rear. Another look at the rear, unlike most Batmobiles this one actually had no jet exhaust. Another look at the car from the other side. The front. Here you can see the interior, I wanted to add some small details to it without compromising on Batman being able to fit inside. And here you can see that he fits just nicely. Roof fully closed. And one final shot to finish things of. Hopefully you all enjoyed this new Batmobile of mine, if you did don't hesitate to leave a comment since I greatly appreciate feedback of any kind. Also stay tuned as I have another Batmobile coming up very soon. Have a nice day :)
  14. Hello Everyone ! Long story short : After i watched Lego Batman the movie i wanted to see if the robe was real or only virtual. It was only virtual. So i decided i was going to make it real. Here is the preview of the file opened in Inkscape : Result once on the minifigure : Progress from the prototype to the last version : And here is the PNG file to print in A4 format : It took some time and work to do, so i hope you will apreciate and enjoy it. Remember that it was not possible to have Batman's robe before i do it and post it online. Don't cut your fingers and have fun with it ! (tags: LEGO Batman the movie , LEGO robe de chambre , batman , fanmade , paper robe , printable robe for LEGO minifigure , non official )
  15. Batman: "Not that I don't want to get involved, but its really more of a licensing thing..."
  16. Watch out Arkham! Black Mask is on the loose and is not alone! With the help of Solomon Grundy and Zsasz, Sionis is causing chaos. As they reach Killer Croc's cell, a batarang stops them in their tracks-Batman! Will the Dark Knight apprehend the villains or will they add another inmate to their growing numbers? Overview of the MOC- I'm pleased with how it turned out and much prefer it to my last effort Shown here is the entrance to Waylon Jones' cell Hmm, what is this? Here is a closer look at the electrified gate Here is the exterior shot of the guard room, look at the patient interview tape on the desk An interior shot. Notice the bulletin board The villainous trio, Zsasz is purist while Grundy is custom painted and Sionis uses a custom head Thanks for looking, I hope you like it!
  17. Here is my MOC based off the video game Arkham Asylum In this scene, Batman enters Killer Croc's lair only to be blocked by the Scarecrow who threatens to unleash his fear toxin. Before he can make good on his threat, Croc emerges from beneath grabs the fiend and disappears through the murky waters A look at the guard tower- Croc sneaking up on the Scarecrow- A look at my purist Scarecrow- What do you think? Should I do any more MOCs based on Asylum or it's sequels?
  18. The Batmobile from Batman v Superman is perhaps my favourite Batmobile design to date. I decided to build a UCS scale version and make it as authentic to the prop car as possible. The cockpit struts and roof panels were inspired by KKB-N7's excellent LDD rendition. Features include detailed interior, rolling wheels, and rotating front turret. More photos on flickr.
  19. I recently purchased "The Lego Batman Movie: Making of the Movie". It has concept art, goes behind the scenes, and has alternate designs for the minifigures and vehicles seen in the movie. I definitely recommend it since I feel it is aimed at an older audience than some of the other Lego Batman Movie books. Some of the alternate minifigure and vehicle designs shown in this book were outstanding and others were monstrosities. Below are a few alternate villain designs I would have preferred. This Scarecrow design is unique and creepy and I love the scarf piece he has. His torso print is pretty basic, but the fear gas shooter makes up for it. The scarecrow minifigure we got is cool, but this one looks so much scarier. I really do appreciate the nod to the classic Lego crocodile in the Killer Croc big figure we got, however, this design is awesome. Maybe it is just because I am an Arkham Asylum game fan, but I think his face and collar make him feel more like Killer Croc than the current version. I wish they would have at least kept the bandages on the official Lego version. This Two-Face design looks like someone set fire to a classic Lego minifigure, I love it. I'm not a huge fan of the Two-Face minifigure we got, I do like how it is Billy Dee, however. This design, though would have me paying the $60 for that set. Oh and in case anybody was wondering about the Joker's alternate designs, believe me they are horrendous. So what do you guys think of these designs, do you prefer them to the current minifigures?
  20. Hello everyone, I am super excited to finally show you my new and improved DCEU Batmobile. If you remember, last year i built a BvS Batmobile and i actually sold a lot of it's instructions, first of all i want to thank everyone who bought those ! However i felt like that model didn't make Patrick Tatopoulos amazing design justice. Thanks to the feedback that a lot of you guys provided i was able to improve upon those areas. My main goals for this new model were: -Being able to change looks from BvS to Jl. -Be more stable on the wheel connections. -Make the wheelguards more stable. -Make it smaller. -Use the "new" windshield piece. Which led me to some intense months of building and testing. But i am very pleased with the final result, not only is it in better scale compared to a minifg, but it's also more accurate in some areas. One of which i am very proud of are the wheel guards. Here's the BvS configuration, and by far my favorite i think Patrick Tatopoulos and his team did a great job with the design so it was very important for me to get it right this time. Fun fact: this was the first variant i did, i just modded it to change the look to how it appears on JL & SS. So here's the SS configuration, it's basiclly the same as BvS except it doesn't have the turret on, So as you can see this is way smaller, and more accurate in scale with a minifig, i would say it's still waaaay too big to be in proper scale but it's definetly better than the previous one. Here's the front of the thing. It's slimmer and prettier than my previous model imo, not to mention that it is a bit more accurate, i must say that i rally like the use of the grey Galaxy guns to represent the flaps that the car has IRL. (sorry for the blurry pic there) Here's the side of the thing, I must admit that the previous model had more details on the side but i think this looks fine, especially considering this is way smaller. I want to point out that the orange piece does not exist on the actual JL car, i just added it for the sake of having different colors on it, the piece also exists on Dark Bluish Grey so that's a easy fix if you don't like it. Here's the back of the thing, By far one of my favorite views of the model, it may lack some of the details my previous model had but i like this a lot more, i think the wheel guards look really good in this angle too which just adds to the overall look. I also tried some new techniques which help get the look right. And i also tried a new building instructions software which makes for some LEGO quality building experience which i hope you all enjoy. If you want to check it out you can click the image on my signature I hope you all like this as much as i do, as always feedback is much apreciated ! Regards -Prime
  21. Full post here Who has the coolest gadgets? BATMAN!! Who has the tricked-out ride? BATMAN!! Well, like him or hate him, you gotta admit the Batmobile is pretty darn cool. Especially in Justice League, with all the extra guns slapped on top. I thought the JL Batmobile looked rather awesome, but when pics of the Flying Fox set came out, I wasn’t thrilled by LEGO’s official version. But this is LEGO, so I modded the 76045 Kryptonite Interception set and added the extra guns! Check it out! BEFORE AFTER You can see I added the cannon above the cockpit, the guns on either side, as well as the main cannons in front. Some of the reference images clashed so this was the best I could do. Thanks for looking! Let me know your thoughts in a comment below!
  22. I got a couple of the propeller pieces that I used on this creation. I looked at rebrickable to see how it was used by Lego and in mocs. I didn't see anyone using it for a plane so I decided to design a Batplane. It has two propellers and shaped like the P-38 Lightning. Lex Luthor captured Superman and hacked into the Dark Knight's computer system. He was able to crash the Batwing remotely. Batman couldn't rely on anything with an on board computer. The old WW2 plane he purchased a long time ago was refitted into a new Batplane. I'm not entirely happy with the landing gears. The plane is angled up too high I think.
  23. As most of you have probably guessed by my recent creations I am a big fan of Batmobiles. I love recreating them in Lego and have so far done the Arkham Asylum one and the Batman v Superman one. When most people hear the word "Batmobile" however these two aren't likely to be the first thing that comes to mind instead most will instantly think of the 1989 Batmobile from the Tim Burton movies. Initially I wasn't sure about recreating this Batmobile in Lego as it has been done so many times before however when I came up with a rough built I believed that mine would be different enough to stand out from the crowd and so I continued building until I was satisfied. The result can be seen in these pictures below: Here you can see a good front/side shot from the Batmobile to give a good look at it. As in the movie this Batmobile is rather long (about 21 studs) while still being rather narrow (8 studs). The same view from a slightly higher angle. Here you can see the front of the Batmobile. As you can see I opted to use a totally different approach to recreate the "bomb" at the front, rather happy with how it turned out. A side shot to reveal all of the details including the exhausts. Now we move closer to the back. Overal I'm pretty pleased with how it turned out. A dead on shot from the rear to reveal the afterburner. Just a shot that I rather liked the look of so I thought why not share ;) Here we have a shot of Batman next to the Batmobile. As you can see it is still pretty small despite its long size... and there is another surprise... Yes, Batman can actually fit inside the Batmobile! Not sure if you can see him but he's in there alright, cowl and everything. Now with the canopy removed we can see Batman a lot more clearly, say cheese! And that was it my recreation of the 1989 Batmobile. I hope that you enjoyed my recreation of this iconic car, if you want to you can leave me some feedback as I would greatly appreciate it, thanks for looking!