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  1. Hi there everyone! This is my first real MOC post that I've put a lot of work into so please be kind I decided to create what a potential second line up could look like for another Disney CMF Series. I have a rational for every character I chose and if you've got any questions feel free to ask me below or PM me. All of the figures and pictures can be on my flickr linked below, and if you want to swing by there and leave a favourite or follow me to see my further updates it'd be much appreciated A few things to note. First off the figures are all hand drawn and I am working towards creating a better way to merge the hand drawing and digital aspects of the figures. If you recall the packaging for the first CMF was Blue and the colour I have chosen here is Yellow this is of course to reflect how the first non-licensed CMF was Yellow and the second Blue (Bit of Irony I guess). I have also included characters I felt were left out or needed to complete the figures that came in the 1st wave. For example the inclusion of Woody, Lilo, and Goofy. I have also tried to keep about the same amount of villains as there were in the original and plan to do so in future ones as well (If you guys like them of course ). Oh one last thing to note I think is that this is almost identical to the wishlist I created over a year ago so if there is someone you'd like to see me do I'll try to squeeze them into a future line (Only if they fit my criteria though). Also forgot to say that @Robert8 and his creations was a huge inspiration to do this, so thanks! So with out further ado.... Series 2 Bag Mockup: Checklist Mockup: Series 3 Bag Mockup: Checklist Mockup: The Figures are in the spoiler tag:
  2. Howdy everyone. Just got the Bounty Hunter battle pack yesterday, and I absolutely love it. I wanted a good way to display them, so I made this. Still a work in progress, but here's what I have so far. (More pictures on my Flickr) What do ya think? Thanks for looking, -JD
  3. I have not seen a topic on this, so if there is, please do move or merge with an established topic. Which AFOL community builders' work do you like or inspire you for your own projects/creations? For me, there are many, but my two top favorites are JonHall18 and Vince Toulouse on Flickr. I think they both are the best builders in the Dieselpunk and Sky-fi genres (both favorites of mine), and Vincent's artistry with Lego parts make unique and fantastic art deco-esq vehicular craft. https://www.flickr.com/photos/vince_toulouse/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/25163007@N07
  4. Finally! I am done! Or am I? ... Luke is sitting in the rather uncomfortable steel chair of the Redemption’s medical bay. His new mechanical hand feels cold where it is attached to the bone. Stupid Vader… His glance wanders up towards the large viewport. He squints as the light of the hundreds of billions of stars in the galaxy greets him. But the glow of the stars is just a faint glimmer compared to the magnificence of the kickass Rebel Fleet just outside! My latest creation is the Rebel Fleet as seen in the last scene of the Empire Strikes Back: Fear the Might of the Rebel Fleet! UPDATE: Many more fighters: Overview The fleet is made up of the following ships (Updated): - 15 T65A X-Wings - 16 BLT Y-Wings - 6 A/SF B-Wing Heavy Assault Starfighters - 5 RZ-1 A-Wings - 2 TIE/LN Starfighters - 1 Lambda-class T-4a Shuttle (Tyderium) - 1 heavily modified YT-1300 Light Freighter (The Millennium Falcon) aka. a piece of junk. - 3 GR-75 Medium Transports - 1 CR-90 Corellian Corvette (the Tantive IV) aka. A Blockade Runner - 1 EF76 Nebulon-B Escort Frigate with medical retrofit (The Redemption) And… - 1 heavily modified Firespray-31-class Patrol and Attack Craft (Slave 1) As you can see a few guests have snuck in – not all of them are especially welcome. There are a number of unidentified ships in the fleet scene, but rather than speculate on the exact scale and shape of these ships, I have focused on creating “Guests to Scale”. The Fleet Or “Home, sweet home”, as it is known to many rebels. The Fleet. . Straight Perspective. This angle gives an overlook of the fleet and a sense of how the different ships relates to one another. Flying away. I was a bit challenged capturing the entire fleet from this angle – a few ships are missing in this shot, but a wall was in the way. The Flagship Leading the fleet is the flagship, the Medical Frigate – Redemption. The Flagship. The Medical Frigate is currently the flagship of this ragged fleet. The eagle eyed amongst you may be able to spot that I once again have made a number of modifications and added detail. Hint: The changes can be found from front to back on the ship :) Charting the Course. The flagship leads the way. Mmm look at those engines… The Falcon The most famous (and infamous) ship in the Rebel Fleet. This old YT-1300 freighter has seen more action in its lifetime than half the Imperial Fleet. Falcon and Transport. This picture is interesting because it shows the Falcon’s size in relation to a number of ships (the fighters closest to the camera not included). The Falcon is naturally dwarfed by the Transport, but it is also worth noticing how little space there must be on the bridge of the Transport. Two pilots would be hard pressed to fit in there. Closer. Here the docking ring and cockpit are in focus, but we also get a sense of scale in relation to the characters in the viewport of the medical bay. Falcon Front View. Several types of smaller crafts and fighters can dock and resupply with the frigate. The Rebel Fighters Escorting the fleet is a range of different, specialized fighters, from A-wings to Y-wings. Fighters. Five types of fighters can be seen this picture. A-wings. Beginning alphabetically, we have two A-wings zipping by the Deflector Control tower of the frigate. A-wings are among the fastest fighters in the Rebel Fleet, giving even a TIE Interceptor a run for its money. B-wing. Two B-wings are in the Rebel Fleet, they are not on direct escort duty, but more than capable of disabling even larger Imperial ships with their formidable array of deadly weapons. The B-wing was developed by none other than Admiral Ackbar and is the most heavily armed fighter in the Rebel Fleet. The fighter is mainly used in hit and run missions against Imperial targets. X-wing. The X-wing is the most common fighter in the Rebel Fleet. Today it is on escort duty, but this all-round fighter is capable of so much more; for example transporting force-adept farmboys around the galaxy and blowing up multi-trillion-credit Imperial installations. Y-wing. Six trusty old Y-wings serve as escorts in the Rebel Fleet. The attack fighter mainly serves on bombing runs but can also be used for escort detail. The fighter is one of the oldest active fighter designs in the rebel fleet and has gone through a number of modernizations. Most Y-wings have their engines’ hull plating stripped to make the heavy fighter lighter. The Corvette If you freeze frame the last scene of the Empire Strikes Back, you can just make out the silhouette of a Blockade Runner flying in the background. The model for this ship is most like the Tantive IV, which is the one I used for reference when building my CR-90 Corellian Corvette. Corvette Front View. The Corvette trails the Medical Frigate in the fleet. It is the second largest ship in the convoy and sports formidable anti-fighter capabilities. As such the Corvette could easily fly without fighter escorts, but a prudent fleet admiral has assigned four Y-wings to escort the ship – this may prove to be a very wise decision. Corvette Side View. As Slave 1 zooms past the Corvette the main canons try to train on the target, however the target is much too fast. Front/Side. The Corvette is followed by two more Transports. Corvette Engines. So many glorious engines. Unwelcome Guests Building at this scale it became very hard not to build other crafts, which may not be a part of the Rebel Fleet. I am a sucker for scale models and seeing ships in relation to each other, plus it gives the entire scene a sense of action. This is not just a Rebel Fleet meandering the outskirts of the galaxy; stuff is about to go down :) Slave 1. Boba Fett jumps in from hyperspace, almost colliding with the Rebels. Can the Imperial agent sabotage and disable the frigate before he has to flee? Even the powerful Slave 1 is no match for a Rebel Fleet this size, so he has to be quick. Slave 1 Up Close. The little Slave 1 moc features as much de detail as possible: a fully rendered back side with engines, poseable wings, canons and a translucent cockpit. The wedge slope is from the 6964 mini Slave 1 set. Imperial Shuttle and TIE Fighters. Have the Rebels already captured and secured Tyderium? And two TIEs? Did Boba Fett track the Rebel thieves and follow them to the fleet? Why don’t we see these TIEs in Return of the Jedi? So many questions! The Rebel Transports Rebel Transports are the backbone of the fleet. They carry supplies and mobile bases the ragtag group of freedom fighters can put up anywhere in the galaxy. Close Quarters. A 90 meter long transport flying side by side with the flagship and being utterly dwarfed. Enjoying the View. The Transport captain is probably thinking the Princess is waving at him from the viewport of the Frigate. Side by Side. The Rebel transports have very limited armaments, thus each transport is escorted by two X-wings, piloted by the elite Rouge Squadron. Containers. Each transport features dozens of containers. I have made sure that each transport features a specific container configuration – they can’t all transport the same stuff :) Details. Besides the container configuration, each transport features unique detailing. Having three carbon copies of the same ship is boring and by adding different detailing to the ships, each craft gets its own storied life. To sum up Building this fleet has been a challenging experience. It has been frustrating at times, but also very rewarding. Thanks to all the comments and feedback from all of you who commented on the various ships, and thanks to the EB staff for the shoutouts! I leave you with one last shot: Rebels in Space! As always, please let the comments fly!
  5. The coaches are inspired by train sets 7715 / 7718 from the 4.5 Volt era in the early to mid 1980's. The Lego Land Railway runs the train from World City to Heartlake City with stops at Classic Town, Paradisia Coast, Duplo-Ville, Ninjago City, (where the electric loco is replaced by a steamer or vise versa for the rest of the trip) Fabu-Land, Technic Town, Fort Legoredo and the Castle Realm. (with extensions into the Forest of Failed Themes and the Outer Dimension of Galidor at certain times of the year.) This loco's styling of the steam loco was inspired by the two Dreyfuss Hudson locomotives by Anthony Sava. The rear of the engine has a ladder, two hand rails and a red marker light. The electric loco features Anthony Sava's sliding middle axle design. This means the middle axle out of the three on the bogie closest to the middle of the loco slide laterally back and forth to allow the engine over switches and curves that would be normally to tight to maneuver. These special bogies are used twice of course: one for each half of the loco. The two outer wheels closest to each end are connected to the inner bogies via cup-and-ball parts. This allows them to swing freely and not bind up while still representing the right amount of wheels for a GG-1 loco. The engine features moving panto-graphs for picking up (imaginary) electricity from the overhead wires. They are both in the raised position here, though normally the rear one would be used. The exception to this was if the rear panto-graph was knocked off or damaged by overhanging debris, which the engine would then have it's lead panto-graph raised in order to limp to the repair shop. This baggage / passenger car is called a combine which is short for "combination". All the doors can open on this train, even the sliding ones shown here. The three coaches are identical in every way. The observation car, the rear-most coach on the train, features a platform for sight seeing. Comments, questions, and complaints are always welcome! EDIT 6/25/17: Added real life pictures!
  6. Hello, all! Here is my UCS Venator Class Star Destroyer. I began this project back in 2016 and it is near completion. Here is the old thread if anyone is interested as I forgot my password: http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/123296-ucs-wip-moc-venator-class-star-destroyer/ Update: Here is the current model as of 15/5/17 all comments are technically now irreverent apart from the last page; most of the older photos have been removed as well. Thanks, Ellis :)
  7. Hello AFOL's, i want to show you my new Moc of the Imperial Raider Class Corvette from Battlefront II. It has Parts: 1774 Lenght: 32,8cm Width: 16,8cm Height: 14,4cm Building Time: 4 Days I would be happy for feedback.
  8. While waiting for more building materials for Inferno HQ we decided that it was time the Agents of Godwins Hollow upgraded their vehicles. The first two are some basic MODs/repaints to vehicles from existing sets but the third is a MOC dropship allowing the Agents to get significant numbers of personnel into the fray quickly. The 4x4 All Terrain Attack Vehicle Agents of Godwins Hollow - Vehicles Agents of Godwins Hollow - Vehicles The 'Spyder' Assault Speedster WP_20170603_22_25_59_Pro WP_20170603_22_25_26_Pro WP_20170603_22_22_51_Pro WP_20170603_22_20_13_Pro WP_20170603_22_19_53_Pro WP_20170603_22_16_43_Pro The 'Bulldog' Armored Personnel Dropship WP_20170603_22_11_22_Pro WP_20170603_22_07_44_Pro WP_20170603_21_51_06_Pro WP_20170603_21_51_03_Pro WP_20170603_21_49_49_Pro WP_20170603_21_49_44_Pro WP_20170603_21_49_37_Pro WP_20170603_21_47_51_Pro WP_20170603_21_44_46_Pro WP_20170603_21_44_36_Pro WP_20170603_15_56_11_Pro Everybody all together... WP_20170603_22_15_55_Pro WP_20170603_22_14_13_Pro by Stewart & Sydney, on Flickr There are more pics on Flickr if you're interested and always, your comments are appreciated. Thanks for taking a look.
  9. The U-Wing is probably my favorite thing to come out of Rogue One. I got the official set back in December and while it is a great build, I needed more. My goal with this build was to create a more accurate "system scale" (dubbed by Inthert) model built on the the official model. Some of the UCS models on here are fantastic but a little too blocky for me. The U-Wing has some tough angles and the interior is very challenging. Another thing I did differently with this build was I sat down with the official model, pulled out all my parts, pulled up some reference images and started tinkering section by section. I had a blast, felt like a little kid again building this way. Recently I have started everything in LDD, and methodically optimized the model, ordered parts, etc. It was nice to go old school. A huge shout out DarthTwoShedsJackson as his model was a big inspiration... if he ever uploads an LDD file or breakdown I may have to build one. Also, Inthert's recent model minifigure-ish scale model is fantastic. Go to my flicker page for a few more pictures and breakdown of some components. DSC03557-Edit by James Eilers, on Flickr DSC03560 by James Eilers, on Flickr DSC03556 by James Eilers, on Flickr DSC03559 by James Eilers, on Flickr DSC03554 by James Eilers, on Flickr DSC03562 by James Eilers, on Flickr
  10. Hello, before I start writing about my Zeta Class, I want to say that I am sorry for my maybe not the best english. It's because I am from germany, but I try to write as good as I can. A few weeks ago I started watching for a Zeta Class in Lego. I didn't found something I like, so I started building my own! It is built of 4 parts: 1. The Cargo Room, 2. The Control Room, 3. and 4. The wings. Now I will say something to the ship in general, and at the and I will show you some pictures. 1. The Cargo Room In the Cargo Room I am able to put ~15 minifigs in (standing!). On the back of the Cargo Room is a place for the weapons, the backpacks and so on. 2. The Control Room In the Control Room there are 2 control panels and one seat in the front from which the ship could get controlled. In the Control Room I can put ~10 minifigs. It looks like if there are more minfigs getting place, but it isn't like this because the ceiling is taking a little bit space too and there are some crossbars. 3. and 4. The wings The wings are connected to the site of the ship and are able to move, but they weight to much so they are falling down if they dont get connected with a crossbar. My Zeta Class has more than 700 pieces (for you this isn't much I think, but I usually don't build ships from Star Wars and it is one of the first ships I built). Soon I will make a building tutorial on my YouTube-Channel!
  11. Here's my latest WIP, the Ram 1500. This is mostly based on my desire to do a vehicle with 8 speeds. Ram 1500 has an 8-speed transmission in reality. The model has several functions in place already: -Steering -Drive (4x4) -Suspension (Front has positive caster angle, rear live axle) -8 speed transmission with 90-degree shift (Not done yet) Here's a picture: Drive is with 1 xl motor right now, but it will be changed to 2 as 1 does not have enough torque for gears 6, 7, and 8. Steering is with 1 m motor. The front suspension has a positive Caster angle. It was built by angling the suspension beams and securing them to the chassis. The rear axle is incredibly weak right now. PLEASE LEAVE A SUGGESTION FOR OW I CAN IMPROVE IT. Here's the gearbox up close. The entire section of the chassis is extremely dense, but the is no gear slipping when driving. Please leave a suggestion, and I will update the thread soon! Thanks for your attention. BrickbyBrickTechnic
  12. Been posting this around, and I wanted to share here too. I've been working on my own Lego Space Shuttle design for a while. While I like what Lego has put out, I was never completely satisfied (mostly with the proportions of past models). Then when the incredible Saturn V came out, I knew I HAD to rework the design to the same scale (approx 1:111). This is where I am so far (imgur album). Click through to see renders, graphics, and a scale chart:
  13. Some time ago there was a day when I wanted just to build something. Pure spontaneous freestyle building. I had not much available bricks because there were already 2 dioramas waiting for photo session and some WIP models waiting for final touches. I looked into available parts and decided to start building in Pirates theme. Read more Bigger photos and full story here: LEGO Gallery - [MOC] Bluecoats small fort and... hidden pirate Follow my new MOCs and articles at: Facebook | Flickr | Google+ --- Notice: This is a shortened version of the post from LEGO Blog - Bricks' Treasure.
  14. I have been very pleasantly surprised that it's possible to build creative alternates from the Speed Champions line. I thought that the SC models are highly puspose build but obviously bricks are just bricks and it's always possible to have creative fun :) Here are some 75877 Mercedes AMG set alternates: 1. Drift car 2. pick up 3. SUV Thanks for watching!
  15. So for a while I wanted custom Snowspeeders for my Hoth diorama. When I saw Brickdoctor's version, I just couldn't resist having a go. I built the first one for a show we held in Naas, Ireland, basically off Brickdor's LDD file, but with a few mods (mostly for parts I didn't have to hand): T-47 Snowspeeder by James Shields, on Flickr However, for larger Hoth displays, I wanted to have a fleet of them. And as I only have LDD on my desktop computer, which resides in a different room from my LEGO, building from LDD is a pain (as if it wasn't already, given the weird way LDD orders instructions). So I built the extra ones by copying the first. Working this way, it makes sense to get a production line going, so I only have to dismantle once. Snowspeeder Production Line by James Shields, on Flickr Here's the completed snowspeeder squadron, ready to defend Echo Base: Echo Base Defenders by James Shields, on Flickr One handy tip. Brickdoctor recommended red LEGO rubber bands to hold the wings together. I used these for the first one but found them a little too long (it's possible mine had stretched from prior use). I found some "loom bands" in the bottom of a tub of used LEGO, and they were actually perfect for the speeders. They're a little thinner than the LEGO ones, and really stretchy, so easy to pul over the desired parts. Once I had my squadron, what's the first thing I do? Why crash one into the snow, of course, recreating Luke's famous scene with the tow cable... Snowspeeder Down! by James Shields, on Flickr Finally, I'll leave you with my version of the box art of one of my favourite LEGO sets... 45000 Rebel Snowspeeder by James Shields, on Flickr
  16. I really love the T-70 X-Wing design from The Force Awakens. Then again, I love the original X-Wing concept design, so that was somewhat inevitable. Back at Christmas, I got hold of the official set for Poe's black X-Wing and do a heavy modification based around <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/pmiaki/">pmiaki's</a> excellent design. Unfortunately I was photographing against a black background this week so I didn't take shots of that model. Luckily, however, I've since built two variants that I present here for your interest. Jess Pava's T-70 X-Wing in Resistance colours: Resistance X-Wing by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr Resistance X-Wing by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr Resistance X-Wing by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr A hypothetical T-85 X-Wing representing the New Republic's more up-to-date fighters as mentioned in spin-off material. New Republic X-Wing by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr New Republic X-Wing by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr New Republic X-Wing by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr Enjoy!
  17. Hello AFOL's, i want to show you my new Moc of the Imperial Gladiator Class Star Destroyer. It has Parts: 2932 Lenght: 35,2cm Width: 22,4cm Height: 10,4cm Building Time: 4 Days I would be happy for feedback.
  18. Why aren't there any any moc ideas posted? You have to search google very thoroughly in order to find stuff like this: I'd love to see peoples takes on how to build custom torsos or how to build custom limbs.. Or just outright clever ideas.. I'm currently stuck trying to figure out how to widen up a torso from the waist up in order to make a WH40K styled dreadnought torso.. If any of you have clever ideas you'd like to share, please post them below. Tips, ideas or frames like in the image is very helpful for newbie moccers.
  19. I like to present you my Lego town Steinbruck. The name is from Stein=brick & bruck(old German)=bridge. This is my current layout: My MOC and MOD buildings (more detail pictures in the albums; just click the pictures to get there): I'm planning a car wash for the Service Station and will build it in the next months. I also build digital, but can't afford all of them to build with bricks. Click to album.
  20. Here is N-1 I have been working on. It is based originally on Mike Psiaki's and then scott34567's model he did also based on Mike's. I removed the laser canons on the front since they are hidden on the N-1 except for the small exit hole. I also fleshed out the bottom of the hull based on pictures from the set pieces from the movie. I also did a lot of internal work to strengthen optimize and strengthen the model. Any feedback or suggestions would be great. I'm working on building in bricks right now. I just snagged the newest Lego version (75092) off of craigslist for $15 so I'm just getting my Bricklink order together for the extra pieces I need. Final Version! The model is complete, and built in bricks. The only thing left to do is get some proper studio photos! Below is a .zip file with the LXF file, instruction booklet (built with Blueprint) and a Brickstock parts list (I took out the astromech droid parts) LXF / Instructions / Parts List If you end up building your own I'd love to see pictures! Naboo N1 Fighter by James Eilers, on Flickr Naboo N1 Fighter by James Eilers, on Flickr N1 Pilot by James Eilers, on Flickr
  21. A while back, while on a big Star Wars kick, I knocked together this as a prospective design for Kylo Ren's personal TIE Fighter. My guiding idea was 'like Darth Vader's, only bigger and spikier and totally awesomer!!' Because that's how poor Kylo thinks. TIE Savager by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr TIE Savager by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr TIE Savager by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr TIE Savager by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr There is room inside for a pilot but for one reason or another, I didn't photograph that. Enjoy!
  22. I've been photographing a whole bunch of models today, including this little A-Wing in racing colours I knocked together a couple of months back. A bit of an exercise in refining wedge-shapes and locking upside-down sections in place. Racing A-Wing by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr Racing A-Wing by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr Racing A-Wing by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr Racing A-Wing by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr Racing A-Wing by Librarian-Bot, on Flickr
  23. Hi all! This is my first MOC on this site. I present to you the EBTZ-01 Starfighter based off of the E-Wing fighter from Legends. I used an all Light/Dark Stone Gray color palate for the whole fighter since it gives it a fresh out of the factory feel. Here's the link to the photo gallery: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BwioRM0j0Te5ZFZCRUtEN1JWZlU?usp=sharing Thanks! -Max
  24. Hello there! I'm Rezael - The engineer. Hmm. I can sense enemies approaching. Better get on my exo suit. Power suit online. Weapons hot. Cluster grenade launcher active: Twin Chainsword active: Brutal overkill Enemy eliminated.
  25. I posted a WIP of this project a while back and I was finally able to finish up the model and order all of the parts. The patrol skiff is from the comic book version of Heir to the Empire. The skiff is used to insert a stormtrooper squad alongside the 74-Z speeder bike scout team to provide a more robust presence. Imperial Patrol Skiff LXF 74-Z Speeder Bike LXF I spent a while taking a look at all of the different 74-Z speeder bike designs from the community to refine my own design. Imperial Patrol by James Eilers, on Flickr Imperial Skiff by James Eilers, on Flickr Speeder Bikes by James Eilers, on Flickr Speeder Bikes by James Eilers, on Flickr Here is a view of the rear section of the vehicle. I need to get some good shots of the back.