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  1. Assembling Flatbush Gulch

    @SilentWolf Thanks! You can see more recreations from the LEGO Movie if you click the movie logo in my signature below. There's also more coming here, too. For now, here's another view of WyldStyle's pig cart.
  2. Assembling Flatbush Gulch

    @NDLG80 Thanks so much! WyldStyle's cart ended up being less challenging than I originally thought. It had a good number of views from all angles in the movie and that always helps. I didn't have to go digging for alternate image sources. I know of one floating part above the back right wheel. Other than that, everything is pretty well attached. It needs only a little bit of a chassis added and it should hold together well. @Jim Thanks! Any contest sounds great! Here's another angle of the wagon. I'll post more.
  3. Assembling Bricksburg

    For those who are interested, I just posted a pic of WyldStyle's pig wagon in my Old West topic.
  4. Assembling Flatbush Gulch

    I've wanted to do this one for quite some time. Here's WyldStyle's pig wagon. If you look in the center of the wagon, you'll see part 30163 Mummy Coffin. This wagon is literally a coffin on wheels.
  5. Assembling Flatbush Gulch

    Yup. I goofed.... It's fixed now.
  6. Assembling Bricksburg

    @Hart New Bob I'm not entirely sure, but I think I just might quite possibly be offended by that... ;-) @koalayummies. Thanks again. And... Ya got me... I called the town by the wrong name. It's fixed now.
  7. Assembling Bricksburg

    Were we being politically incorrect about being politically incorrect? P.S. I'm easily offended by jets.
  8. Assembling Bricksburg

    @Hart New Bob. I don't know about TLG's rules, but it seems to be more and more politically incorrect to offend anyone religiously, unintentionally or otherwise. That may be why the only church set LEGO released was back in the 1950's. I have added a render of the water tower with Hot Tub Harry in my old west topic. It's guaranteed to be free of offending religious content and may only offend those who are easily upset by farts and potty trained pigs. Enjoy!
  9. Assembling Flatbush Gulch

    @NDLG80. Thanks! I'm working on both of those and hope to post images soon. It would be great to see a physical saloon built. It's surprisingly large--almost 90 studs wide and 60 bricks high. Right now, I'm at 7,500 bricks and I'm not done with it. @pantelis. Thanks! There's more to come... This is Hot Tub Harry and his bubbles in the water tower. Not sure who's with the pig, but it's good to see it's potty trained...
  10. Assembling Bricksburg

    @Hart New Bob I look back at what I've built over the last three years and it sure adds up, doesn't it? LEGO had one church set back in 1958. I guess it has become politically incorrect since then to include them... Still, I'm glad they did, even if it is devoid of all iconography. @theironpotato I worked on this one on and off for almost a year. I tend to work on several models at once and go back and forth between them. @Kapp Thanks! I'm still working on a few more that I hope you enjoy. I still have a few more Bricksburg and Octan builds to complete and post. For now, I'm taking a detour into the Old West to Flatbush Gulch. Check out the link in my signature below!
  11. Here are recreations from the town of Flatbush Gulch in The LEGO Movie.
  12. Assembling Bricksburg

    @DanK. Emmet's mech has a number of unattached, floating parts, including the wheels on the feet. Making the mech stand up in a physical build will take a little work. @theironpotato. The couple LDD files that I have posted are called out below the associated images. All of the images link to Flikr. This is the Octan control room.
  13. [MOD] Laundromat Modular 16-wide from Brick Bank

    A great MOC and a great story to go along with it! Very entertaining!