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  1. "Inspector Clurog here! Gotta check over your pumpkin pies. Productions standards, ya' know. Everything has to be ship-shape." "Welcome! I'm Kilos, one of the workers here, and we've been expecting you! You're just the ingre-oomph!" "Inspector, he was saying; I'm Tozna, head chef of the kitchen. Follow me and I'll show you exactly what we put into our famous pies. Highest quality ingredients, let me assure you! Watch your mouth Kilos, or I'll bat your ears in," Tozna growled below his breath as the inspector moved towards the first shelf. "And what do you keep in these bottles, eh, daises?" sneered Clurog. "I should say not! Only the finest quality slime is used in our pies! And we make sure the bottles are spotless before filling them with fresh slime. That jar there contains seeds from our own Venus fly-trap, adds some kick to the pies!" "So you say, so you say..." Clurog muttered, as he scribbled some notes on his paper. "What are you doing now, trying to pull the walls in?" queried Clurog as Tozna grabbed a knob embedded in the wall. "Hahaw! Nothing like an inspector with a sense of humor!" guffawed Tozna, "These are storage drawers. See, swamp flowers from Moruth. Kilos! Keep an eye on that pie! I'll have no burned crusts around here." "Well how many drawers do you need? Isn't a roomful a bit much?" protested the inspector as they moved to the corner of the kitchen. "Those are just for show, no real drawers there. Though we have some potent mushrooms, and carrots here. No Avalonian imports, we maintain a strict Nocturnus grown policy. These also are thoroughly washed before use." "That seems decidedly un-Nocturnian! A few bugs here and there never hurt anyone, I find them quite tasty myself. You chef's always claim to have the best of the best, but it's the inspector's job to see what's really going on." "Of course, of course. Well here's a fresh pie now, why don't you check it over for yourself?" "Yes indeed, I have to say with your obsession for cleanliness, I doubt it will even be edible. And It had better be good, or I'll report this kitchen to the PPA." As Clurog moved to sample the pie, the whole kitchen crew (except for Kilos that is, who was busy watching another pie) gathered around expectantly. "Well, it does smell alright," Clurog admitted reluctantly, leaning in to sniff the odorous pie. And then with a swift gulp, the pie dragged Clurog in! "AAAAHHH." "Well boys, good job, this pie passes the test! You can send it out to the Pumkpin Pie Associatin for distribution now, Erus." "Yes sir, Tozna! One more pie for those ridiculous tree-huggers coming right up!" ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Built for the Kitchen category of the Pie minichallenge. This build started with the Mixel ball-joint wall design, which I’ve had lying around for a while now. I quite like how it turned out, and will probably be using it more in the future. The working drawers were very fun to make as well. Lots more pictures on brickbuilt. Thanks for looking, C&C appreciated
  2. When I remembered that Halloween is already here, I decided to make a Halloween symbol such as pumpkin. Thats a result. HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!! P.S. Sorry for photos' quality.
  3. Why did the skeleton cross the road?
  4. Hello guys! We have created new Lego stopmotion animation. Feel free to watch / comment / share and subscribe to our youtube channel!
  5. There's some time left until Halloween, but the Pumpkin Diner is open all year round. So, if you want to eat somewhere special in Heartlake City, this is your place to go. Of course, the atmosphere is best around Halloween when they decorate the diner a bit spookier than normal and their famous Halloween parties take place. Take a look at some of the costumes at this year's party: The roof and the front of the building are separately removable for better access and there are 5 light bricks which can be switched on at the back of the diner. It was built for the FriendsBricks Halloween Building Challenge. I hope you like it. C&C welcome.
  6. Hallo Eurobrickers!
  7. Farmer Lars: HEY YOU! GET BACK HERE! So many things were racing trough young Donar's mind, how he abandoned his aprenticeship with an enchanter stealing his spellbook, how he eventually got into nocturnus bluffing his way into people believing he is a wizzard, and how things could have gone so wrong for him... Wishing for a meal and some coin, and probably ending up to be one.. ​Donar: I'm sorry sir! But i'd rather live! DSC00515 by J H, on Flickr Stealing an enchanter's spell book is one thing, but some spells should never be used by those who don't know the power. This unfortunate soul has bitten off more than he could bargain with. With the current unrest in historica, the village lords of nocturnus had to enforce tax on the enchanting of pumpkins. What once was just rewarded with a simple meal, must now be paid with gold. Farmers are tempted to choose a cheaper alternative to paying the village lord's wizzard for his services, and things happen.... I never should have taken in this hack! Farmer Lars thought... But the damage has been done, a montrous pumpkin is plowing his field, hunting for flesh. All because of a spellbook that was stolen and wielded by someone that shouldnt... DSC00518 by J H, on Flickr DSC00526 by J H, on Flickr DSC00531 by J H, on Flickr DSC00534 by J H, on Flickr More pics on my Flickr OOC: Hi there! I hope you like my entry for the husbandry challenge, it is based on two things that stuck in my mind: In Nocturnus food eats you! (Lord Vladivus said that) and when the new scooby doo sets came out, i had to do something based on A day on the farm by MassEditor... Those new pumpkin heads were just the thing for this idea... I like to put an evil twist to things, and someone hoping for food, and in the end turning out to probably be it, is just the thing for nocturnus! Also i wanted to make this entry humorous, the dark lands are not, so i'd wanted to incorporate a funny note to the build. Also i have been building with few colors in previous builds, and i've tried to improve on that aswell. Well i hope you like it, it has been a fun build with a few personal challenges, and it turned out ok i guess. Not 100% sathisfied with the cottage's roof, but the deadline is due so here it is. Thanks for viewing, and C&C Welcomed!
  8. Nocturnus may be a land of warlords and monstrosities, but, as with the other Guilds in Historica, the fabric of society in the Darklands is composed of the common people who toil honestly and humbly in hopes of securing a future for their children. No where is this more evident than on the many farms dotting Nocturnus. Armies cannot fight and rulers cannot dictate without food. Even in these lands, where the shadows never cease to grow, men and woman of all races manage to scratch a living in agriculture. Like their parents and grandparents - and as their children will do so in the future - these simple people work the fields with their hands and only the most basic of implements. Large families are common on these farms where labor is a prime resource. The average Nocturnian farmer's place in society is not much different than the villeins of medieval England. He or she is obligated to provide a number of workdays for the village lord, although these mandates can usually be shirked with a bribe to the right court official. Even those who cannot avoid working their lord's land usually have a plot or virgate to call their own. Crops can vary widely from farm to farm with poorer farmers tending to focus more on sustenance than profit. The better off farmers who have access to large plots of land and efficient irrigation systems like to focus on cash crops like pipeweed and, of course, that most lucrative of local produce: the Nocturnian pumpkin. With a growing season between early spring and late fall, most farmers in Nocturnus cannot afford to devote the time and recourses needed to produce these very water-dependent fruit, but those who do can enjoy profitable returns. The pumpkin is used to make enchanted pumpkin pie, which is a much-relished stable in all the great houses of Nocturnus. The enchanting process is usually performed on the farm itself by a certified enchanter, usually a wizard from the local lord's manor. This is done for a small fee and often nothing more than a bed for the night and a few hot meals. For most farmers it must be a very odd sight to see the lord's wizard walking through their fields reciting odd enchantments and trying not to get their robes dirty. The process is mostly a mystery to them, with most believing it is nothing more than tradition or an aide for the pie cooking process. A shot of the whole build: Father Orc plows his field tirelessly in hopes of adding to next year's pumpkin crop. Mother Orc carries out some water while the Orc-Child chases away a few pesky pigs hoping for a pumpkin snack. A wizard from the village lord's manor performs the obligatory enchanting process: Just a simple interior for the shed: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- About this MOC: I picked up this idea a little while back after inquiring about the origins of enchanted pumpkin pie in Nocturnus and thought it would be neat to show a little pumpkin farm (my wife and I grow pumpkins each year, but it's not a very fun thing to do). After checking out SK's awesome Maple Syrup scene the other day I was inspired to go ahead and do it. I needed a quick break anyways from the Hand of Corruption builds, which I'll try to have the next one up here too later today. Thanks for taking a look, I hope you enjoy!
  9. Well it's been 9 months since I have built anything I felt deserved posting, but with our annual big show, Sydney Brick Show, next week I have been working on a large space collaboration with Taz-Maniac, Intrastella/Dr Rod and Bricktron. My part doesn't fit on my large table and had to be constructed in parts, some old stuff returning as well as new pieces. Hopefully I will snap some good pics at the show next weekend to post, but for now this is a little tidbit. Pumpkonia On the desolate plains of the planet Agreon, the Pumpkonians have learn't how best to exploit the natural resources while turning a space buck or two. Commandeering bits and pieces from downed star ships and bartering with otherworldly conglomerates keen to mine the rich Ioth gas deposits for their jump gate technologies, the Pumpkonians have all they need for a simplistic life style. Pumpkonia by I Scream Clone, on Flickr Pumpkonia by I Scream Clone, on Flickr Pumpkonia by I Scream Clone, on Flickr Pumpkonia by I Scream Clone, on Flickr Thanks for looking!
  10. A man participating in holiday festivities realizes he is in danger from forces beyond his reckoning... This is my first attempt at a horror-type film. While I am pleased with the result, there are (as always) places for improvement. Comments, constructive criticism, and suggestions for the future are most welcome. Please enjoy Predation!
  11. Hey there! I just finished my latest mini modular builds. These two are the third and fourth builds I've done. A picture below shows all four that I've done. Here they are: "Ollivander's" "Pumpkin Factory" (inspired by flickr user 'RedCoKid's' minifig scale Pumpkin Factory) Here is the lot of four I've done so far: More photos can be seen on my flickr. Let me know what you think! Thank you for looking. P.S. One day I'll get a camera to photograph these things properly. One day...
  12. Spiderman 2: The Goblin's Lair Ah Marvel…it’s like the enemy to my DC…er something. In general, I like Marvel, though mostly just it’s Cinematic Universe, but I’ve always had trouble trying to build creations for them—until now of course. For awhile, I’ve wanted to make the Goblin Lair from the end of the film Spiderman 2; and with a few cheap purchase from Ebay, I finally had the pieces to do so. Obviously I was waiting on the bombs most of all (There's a total of 35 in this creation). Anyways what you’re looking at is the first Marvel creation I’ve ever posted anywhere, so I hope you enjoy the Goblin’s Lair… (Click on the Picture to be taken to it's Flickr page) Enjoy ~Nemo
  13. Form the HispaBrick Magazine staff, Happy Halloween!! You can download the LDD file from here: http://www.hispabrickmagazine.com/sites/default/files/images/calabaza.lxf