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  1. I have been working on this since Rebels first came out, and I've seen a lot of really nice MOCs being built, mostly of the Phantom. But seeing so many talking about building a Ghost to match, I thought I'd show off what I have of mine so far. It is 134 studs long and 109 studs wide. The original intent was to have a full interior, I'm not 100% sure if that plan will make it through to the final design but we shall see. Currently the cockpit, main corridor, loading area, forward gun turret, Zeb&Ezra's room, Kanan's room and Sabine's room are fully fleshed out, I will probably do Hera's room since it was finally shown in season 2. I may upload those pictures in the future. But here is what I have for the exterior so far. I put in the official LEGO Ghost set for scale. Thoughts and opinions are welcome. I look forward to one day hopefully showing off the actualised model.
  2. Stop motion review (presentation) of 71042 Silent Mary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oa8bjqstsQM Year: 2017 Pieces: 2294 Minifigs: 8 Price: £179.99 / $199.99 / 199.99€ Bricklink Brickset
  3. Hi all. I've begun a project to build a Minifigure scale Ghost from the show Star Wars Rebels, complete with interior. I've looked online to see if anyone else had attempted the same, but to my surprise I haven't found anything. The closest I've seen is the rather impressive half-Minifigure scale model built by a member of this forum. I'm in the process of organizing/sorting my collection, so build progress will probably be slow until that's complete. So far I've worked out two parts of the ship; the central corridor and the front gunning bubble. I have prototypes of each built in person with mishmash colors, so I remade them in LDD and rendered some images with BlueRender. The front gunner station is the first part I worked out. Sadly, the very piece that inspired this entire build isn't included. The front bubble is supposed to be made of two construct-a-buzz outer shells that plug into the front pegs. The result is an 8x9 dome that perfectly recreates the slightly oblate bubble of the gunner station. I might upload an image of my miscolored mockup later to show how the attached dome looks. Here's the central corridor. In the show, the four doors lead to the ship's lounge, two airlocks, and an elongated corridor that leads to the cockpit. The ladder leads up to the top turret. You may notice that there are gaps in the angled corners. unfortunately, the 1x6 plated that would normally fill the gap is too tight a fit for LDD. The ladder is not yet connected to the room, and as of right now the connection will likely be higher up towards the turret. Thanks for taking a look, I hope you guys like what I've got so far
  4. I made a totem pole, totem pole is one of the symbols of ghost culture. There is a ghost town in China called Fengdu, which is known for its ghost culture. Fengdu has a lot of toys on totem poles, the most common one is the 4 masked ghosts, you can put them together to stand up. There is an very long story, it is said that one night each year, all the ghosts would join street parade to celebrate their festival, the four faces i built is the most famous one of all. This parade is called ghost night. I hope you like my work, thank you. If your like my moc please support me in the lego ideas, the support link is as follow: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/173419 And i have other projects in process i will appreciate if you would like to support them or follow me, thanks.
  5. I am currently working on a Ghost MOC from Star Wars Rebels. I'm basing the design of DarthTwoShedsJackson's Ghost. I really dislike the original Lego set because its too small and has no interior. I'm making it UCS scaled and it would really help if anyone could give me some advice.
  6. I am currently working on a Ghost MOC from Star Wars Rebels. I'm basing the design of DarthTwoShedsJackson's Ghost. I really dislike the original Lego set because its too small and has no interior. I'm making it UCS scaled and it would really help if anyone could give me some advice.
  7. Hi everyone! This is my entry to the third round of the MOC-Olympics over at IDS. The task was to show the Empire and the Rebels fight over the orange cargo boxes from Rogue One and explain what they contain. After the A-Wing fighters of 'Phoenix-Squadron' had destroyed the Imperial escort and disabled the transport shuttle, Captain Syndulla's freighter 'The Ghost' took over the main mission. The Imperial shuttle was loaded with food supplies for the garrison on Ryloth. The special forces team on board the 'Ghost' was tasked with the retrieval of the cargo containers before they got lost in the infinity of space. But as they disembarked from the cargo hold and started retrieving the containers, stormtroopers with oxygen tanks on their backs rose from the wreckage. Was this all a trap? It was important for the rebels not to panic, the mission was their top priority. The people of Ryloth would starve if they abandoned their mission at the first sign of trouble.. I hope you like the build. Let me know what you think in the comments!
  8. With both the Mirthless Jest and Maiden of the Deep captured, their captains - Jacqueline "Jack" Yharnam and Elspeth Harrow - were handed over to Eslandolan officials to face justice. However... Somewhere in an Eslandolan office... “Let me get this straight. We captured two notorious pirates, who were to be hung by the neck until dead this morning. And instead, when your best men went to retrieve said pirates from the gaol, they found their cells empty.” “Yes sir.” “And you have no explanation?” “No reasonable explanation, sir.” “Alright, what’s the unreasonable one?” “When we found Captain Yharnam’s cell empty, the prisoner in the cell adjacent was terrified. He told us of a story he had heard; that Jacqueline Yharnam had received the black spot and cut off her hand in order to escape the curse it supposedly comes with. This, according to the prisoner, left her trapped between the living and the dead.” “Superstitious nonsense.” “That’s what the prisoner believed, until last night. Apparently, shortly after sundown she underwent some kind of transformation that left her less than corporeal.” “Less than… what, she turned into a ghost and walked out?” “That is what the prisoner claims to have seen, sir.” “I take it there’s some equally preposterous excuse for the escape of the other one.” “Not as such, sir.” “No?” “Elspeth Harrow severely injured, mained or killed a dozen of our soldiers before being subdued sufficiently to incarcerate. She was manacled, chained by the ankle, masked to prevent biting and locked up in the deepest hole we could find for her. There are no available witnesses to her escape, but we believe Miss Yharnam helped her escape. We found the chain unfastened and discarded manacles, along with a trail of bodies leading to a missing ship.” “So not only did we fail to execute or even contain them, these pirates are now at large again?” “Yes, sir.”
  9. Hello guys! We have created new Lego stopmotion animation. Feel free to watch / comment / share and subscribe to our youtube channel!
  10. Hey everyone, I'm very glad to show you guys my latest creation. When I received this Scooby Doo set (Mystery Manson) from my wife. The first thing I wanted to build around was a Haunted Village were all the team could be investigating. So here is the result. I personally think it is my most achieved moc I've done and I'm very happy with it. Hope you guys like it :) C ya around. Lego ScoobyDoo-1 by Bruno Figueira, on Flickr Lego ScoobyDoo-3 by Bruno Figueira, on Flickr Lego ScoobyDoo-18 by Bruno Figueira, on Flickr Lego ScoobyDoo-13 by Bruno Figueira, on Flickr Lego ScoobyDoo-6 by Bruno Figueira, on Flickr Lego ScoobyDoo-15 by Bruno Figueira, on Flickr Lego ScoobyDoo-11 by Bruno Figueira, on Flickr Lego ScoobyDoo-9 by Bruno Figueira, on Flickr
  11. **EDIT** Now it runs smoother and please enjoy! Part 2 Kai goes to sleep again. The Nighmares comes as last night. This night Kai´s visit a really scary Tivoli!
  12. I got Master Wu's Dragon (70734) a while back. It's a cool set but there were a few aspects of the dragon that I felt could do with tweaking so I modded it as follows: reconfigured the neck block to increase the angle of articulation (not easy to see in the picture) removed the clip and flagpole assembly from the dragon's back made the tail more substantial by doubling it and changed the finials to katanas. I also altered the ghosts/spirit warriors: I'm into fantastic, mythological and historical LEGO generally and, as you may have guessed, not a devotee of the Ninjago story-line set out by TLG. Apologies to any Ninjagoers who were expecting canonical representations.
  13. Hi to the Eurobrick community! I'm into spaceships, and enjoy building minifig-scale LEGO models that are both playable but also technically somewhat interesting. The Ghost ship from the Rebels series is a rather new acquaintance for an older SW fan, but as it has been said it is one of the most interesting additions to the ship spectrum of the SW world, and is suitably sized and interestingly shaped to work as a great model for building a MOC. Furthermore, as the LEGO originals have been somewhat criticized, and yet offer some interesting ideas and parts, I thought to go forward in designing a better one, more into real scale but still with some playability. As a result, I've been now putting together a minifig-scale Ghost ship for some months. It is still very much a work of progress... My progress has not been that fast as I have only limited time and energy and have to also order some parts on the way (not really yet knowing the complete list of parts), so don't hold your breath about it being completed soon. But as the work has now progressed to at least certain level that might also prove to be of interest of other builders, I thought of making this project public. Here's few pictures of the progress & status: More images of Ghost in Google folder, here: https://goo.gl/photo...AjvnsFkYtJ9WjZ6 In the folder above, I'm also gonna add some photos of the plans, both on paper, and then in vector based drawing program (anyone still remember Macromedia Freehand?) just to have some record of the progress. But currently there is only one partial screenshot, due time constraints. As you can see, the main constraints of the design have been the cockpit windscreen (from model 7931 T-6 Jedi Shuttle - I think it fits well), and other parts from actual LEGO Ghost model, as well as the docking rings on both sides (hexagonal 10x10 plate with rectangle-shaped hole in center - not there yet) and the main hull as 8 studs wide (to leave proper room for interior with 6 studs hallway in cargo entrance and fit with 6 stud wide cockpit windscreen) with additional interior space on both sides that fit into the "tilted side compartments" (how should one call them?). As you notice, I wanted to fit in some spaces on both sides of the main hull, so both top floor cabins as well as cargo space on bottom floor extends from the main hull to be some 18 studs wide inside the ship. This also demanded some playing with size and structure. Also, the actual dimensions of Ghost have been considered (around 40+ meters), but this model falls short of that in being roughly 70 studs long (23 meters?), as 120 studs model would just be too much, and even this size allows sufficient interior with two-floor structure (I guess the actual Ghost has around 3-4 levels in it). And here are also images of the Phantom MOC that is supposed to dock with the ship, though no docking platform yet exists there. The LEGO official version of the Phantom is just way off from the actual looks, and also lacks the space to allow proper playability, so a MOC is a must for this one. For this build one main thing was to stick with the size of the 4-stud wide cockpit windscreen, while still allowing all the Ghost crew to fit inside the small ship as well. In the below photo it remains slightly unfinished, but I'm gonna update more revised photos a bit later. Nevertheless you get some idea of the design. More images of Phantom in Google folder, here (gonna update newest soon): https://goo.gl/photo...FhaqLeAuNTvcPw5 Finally, while there haven't been that many MOCs of Ghost, no design emerges from nothing, and all previous designs have worked as my inspiration. Just to refer to some sources that have been helpful: First of all, DarthTwoShedsJackson has created really detailed and in all respects admirable Ghost MOC that deserves a major kudos, portrayed also here in Eurobricks: http://www.eurobrick...howtopic=101530 …There cannot be enough admiration expressed of the above, but I felt that my model should have even more focus on interior, to allow playing with figures. DarthTwoShedsJackson's model is "half minifig scale" so I thought of expanding a bit from there. Also loving his speeders for the crew, hope to make similar ones for mine. The best Phantom MOC I found is definitely goatman461's here: http://www.eurobrick...ic=106806&st=50 ...But that model is far too big to dock with my Ghost (as it is in line with the actual size and not my 2/3 interpretation). Another MOC of Phantom I found had some interesting ideas, as the tilted front. Here: https://www.flickr.c...N02/14717624707 Finally, gavralcraw has collected several helpful exterior/interior screenshots of Ghost from the Rebels series, very useful as gradually going forward to making the interior design, here: http://starwarsrebel...s-of-ghost.html Thanks for all the sources of inspiration, also to those not mentioned above. Lastly, thanks for reading, and feel free to comment this project. I'll update progress, but as I mentioned it probably isn't that fast, looking forward to perhaps finish this by the end of this year.
  14. Since I could not find any Star Wars REBELS MOCs in the MOC index, neither mine nor those of other MOCers, and since the MOC index has no category for MOCs based on the Star Wars REBELS animated series, I decided to collect all of my vehicles here in this thread for easy reference and document them with nicely edited photographs. This obviously means that I will update this thread regularly, since I continually build MOCs based on the show - from tiny speeder bikes to large transports. The GHOST This MOC is finished at last. This final version has been improved by building the outer edges in SNOT, which results in straight edges that perfectly define the basic shape of the ship and a cleaner, smoother look. Also, the proportions have been improved by elongating the hull between the dorsal gun turret and the PHANTOM's docking station by two studs and making the main engines as well as the fin a bit longer, too. The model is built at roughly half-minifig-scale, but fits minifigs in the cockpit and at the battle stations and also sports some other interior and play features. The PHANTOM can also be detached from the GHOST and has room for a minifig in the cockpit and another minifig or up to two cargo containers in the passenger/cargo area. The model is 62 studs long, 44 studs wide and 21 studs high. ***Will be updated with more pictures.*** ____________________________________________________________ Imperial Assault Carrier (Gozanti Class Cruiser) This MOC is finished and also includes a quite roomy interior. as with all my builds, it is very sturdy and can be picked up easily at the wings. As of now, the model has a retractable landing gear, but it is a little bit flimsy for the weight of the model and needs reinforcing when deployed. The model is built at roughly half-minifig-scale and is in scale to the GHOST. The model is 81 studs long, 40 studs wide and 20 studs high. ***Will be updated with more pictures.*** ____________________________________________________________ ***Pictures of other, smaller completed MOCs will follow.*** Enjoy!
  15. As a child playing Mario games, I hated this little guy. He couldn't be killed! It was just all "run for your life". I mean, sure, you could turn around and stare him to a standstill, but that wouldn't get you anywhere, and then another one might sneak up from behind! The 3D version of him is a bit more cute though, and in Super Mario 64 he actually could be killed. Oh the satisfaction! Nowadays I find him quite adorable. He just wants to play, doesn't he? Boo by Cecilie Fritzvold, on Flickr
  16. Hello all! My latest Lego build is a bust of Lady Sharpe from Guillermo Del Toro's Crimson Peak. While not a major figure in the movie, an album filled with pictures of the ghost actors in their prosthetic make-up made me interested in doing this build. It joins my collection of Del Toro figures; the faun, Pale Man, and Hellboy. Enjoy! Lady Sharpe by The Deathly Halliwell, on Flickr Lady Sharpe2 by The Deathly Halliwell, on Flickr Close-up by The Deathly Halliwell, on Flickr Back Angle by The Deathly Halliwell, on Flickr Thanks for viewing! Feel free to leave a comment or concern. :)
  17. Not too far from you there is a cemetery with an unmarked grave. Nobody remembers who lies there but it is said he can not rest. He waits for something to happen or for somebody, It can be you. My last MOC. I had the minifigure and I had to build something.
  18. Sergio's LEGO Ghostbusters headquarters has not made it past the LEGO Ideas review stage. I suspect the size of the project might have had something to do with it. Sergio's LEGO Ghostbusters headquarters with interior included is made up out of 5704 bricks. To date there have only been two official LEGO sets which consisted of more than 5000 bricks. With that in mind I have designed a smaller LEGO Ghostbusters headquarters in the same scale as the LEGO modular buildings. The backside of the building has been left open for playability and display. For even better access the stairs can be removed. The interior has been recreated as faithfully as possible from the Ghostbusters movies. The wall panel with the bell and the office area were quite a challenge. They are build half sunk into the double walls. The blank square behind Venkman's desk is supposed to be a framed black and white photograph from the original Ghostbusters movie. I still need to make a legofied version of this and add it in. I've included, among other things, a camera and monitor setup showing a terror dog, a "last of the petty cash" meal, a dancing toaster, and jars of slime. At some point I would like to do a side-by-side comparison of screenshots from the movies and the LEGO versions. The pinball machine is supposed to have a Star Gazer backplate. I still need to make a legofied version of this and add it in. Janine Melnitz and Louis Tully minifigures. Making a smaller Ghostbusters headquarters does require a smaller Ecto-1. Brent's Ecto-1 unfortunately won't fit inside the building, at least not without removing a large part of the ground floor interior. But perhaps LEGO could include the smaller version of Ecto-1, similar to how LEGO included a smaller version of Metalbeard in Metalbeard's Sea Cow set. The number of bricks used comes to 3008 bricks with the smaller Ecto-1 not included, and 3264 bricks with the smaller Ecto-1 included. Which would mean the LEGO Ghostbusters headquarters would cost somewhere around €190 with the smaller Ecto-1 not included, and somewhere around €210 with the smaller Ecto-1 included. I've submitted this building on the LEGO Ideas site. It currently has about 4000 supporters, so it can still use some support. Help make this become a real LEGO set and support! LEGO Ghostbusters Headquarters project: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/89254 My flick page, for higher resolution images: https://www.flickr.c...os/8411573@N05/
  19. With all the Ninjago polls floating around here, I thought I'd make another one. Ninjago has been around now for FIVE years! That is amazing for an action theme! To top that, Ninjago is in its prime now- sales are still strong and are even climbing from what I have seen. What do you think will happen to the Ninjago line in the upcoming years? Will it continue? If so, what will the overall theme be next year? Will it be canceled? Will it be replaced? What effect will the movie have on the theme? Post your opinions here!
  20. Since I just found out that the Hatbox ghost is back (hooray!), I decided to show off the few good things I saved from my mediocre Haunted Mansion mod. Here's Hattie himself. This figure is not purist. The cape was altered to be a bit ripped on the sides, and the spikes were removed. The torso's not much of an overcoat, but I don't know what would be better. The necktie is also colored over. I'm not happy with the loose connection of the handle to the "hatbox", but I can't think of any better ideas. Of course, with a switch of heads, the effect can be replicated. The black outfit helps to conceal the black head. He'd probably look better lit in blue, though. The Conservatory was the only other scene I thought came out well. There's a headless minifigure with white arms holding up the lid, and the Raven and a candlestick are on top. The ripped tablecloth was my idea. So that's it! I'd like to make more characters from the ride, and I think a Singing Bust will be possible with the screaming ghost head in CMF S14. Constance hasn't worked out yet, since there aren't any white female heads with smirks. Madame Leota would work if there was a black version of the Hobbit hair (I could put the head into these.) Overall, I'm just showing these because I love the ride! I'd love some ideas, though.
  21. It's been a while since I've posted here, due to a focus on other creative hobbies. But with the release of the first two Star Wars Rebels sets, it was time for me to dive into my legos again and improve on the official builds. I really dig the design of the characters and the Ghost, which once more is a spaceship with a lot of character. My goal was to keep the size and not make the model bigger, because I like the size of the official set - it's small enough to be handled but big enough to have it look like a huge vehicle. I mean, it's bigger than my modified AT AT. So, while keeping the size, I fiddled with making the plating less messy, integrating the docked Phantom more smoothly into the Ghost, and correcting some proportions - especially in the front. The latter entailed moving the gunner bubble on the nose and the cockpit canopy 2 studs forward to make the raised area between cockpit and the gun turret on top longer. This created more room in the accessible area behind the pilot seat, so that the Ghost can now transport more minifigs. Checking the first finalized renders of the Ghost on the internet, I also added a white 'ring' where the transparent front gunner bubble connects to the fuselage. I also used longer, steeper slope bricks for the geometric shapes on each side of the front gunner bubble. Last, but not least, I added fully retractable landing gear, as such a huge ship should aleays have. I hope you like it - in any way, please comment, criticise or make suggestions:
  22. Mystery Skulls Ghost - Lewis by The Mugbearer, on Flickr An attempt to create a ghastly host of the haunted house from lovely animated clip Ghost by Mystery Skulls, also known as Lewis and the saddest ghostly skeleton I’ve ever met. Reference.
  23. Halloween isn't popular in my country (but marketers are trying to change this). However, LEGO monsters are cute (or maybe they not?) and I built some vignettes with them. I hope that they're not so bad (sorry for photo quality). ruined castle ghost werewolf 2 by bricksom, on Flickr cemetary zombie 1 by bricksom, on Flickr spooky girl scary tree 1 by bricksom, on Flickr vampire tomb crypt 1 by bricksom, on Flickr vampire tomb crypt 2 by bricksom, on Flickr Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 1 by bricksom, on Flickr Frankenstein monster 3 by bricksom, on Flickr Brick 'Em All! Brick 'Em All 2 by bricksom, on Flickr Brick 'Em All 3 by bricksom, on Flickr Brick 'Em All 4 by bricksom, on Flickr Brick 'Em All 1 by bricksom, on Flickr A little addition: vampire tomb crypt red light by bricksom, on Flickr More pictures: https://www.flickr.c.../128172951@N03/
  24. This Modular Ghostbusters Headquarters has been sized to fit in with the LEGO Modular Series. (Developed for LEGO Ideas by OGELSBOB (formerly known as "LEGODT") Only 16-studs wide. Thanks to Sergio512 for the wonderful design of the LEGO Ideas submission: Ghostbusters HQ. I copied some of the build techniques and design elements of the Sergio512 design to inspire the creation of this modular-sized Ghostbusters Headquarters. The garage door facade is made of dark brown 1x4 tiles that cover 1x5x8.5 stockade doors. In order to fit the Ecto-1 Cadillac inside the building with inward swinging doors, I had to extend the depth of the standard 32 stud baseplate by 16 studs. This creation is 16 studs by 48 studs. You can see from the photos that this creation fits in nicely with modular-proportioned buildings. The interior features a pod for Dr.Egon, Dr. Peter, Dr. Raymond & Winston Zeddemore to perform their duties and to relax with some snacks. Little do they know that above their secure pod, Slimer, a ghastly apparition, is about to invade their inner sanctum. What does everyone think about the playability of this MOC? Please support on LEGO Ideas: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/79601
  25. Boo! by Sir Brickalot, on Flickr