Xon67

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  1. Xon67

    Assembling Bricksburg

    @NDLG80 That looks great! There a lot of detail in each scene and the lighting is really well done. Get your popcorn here!
  2. Xon67

    Assembling Bricksburg

    @GLAP23. Wow, this looks great! Thanks so much for sharing! This is exactly what we needed. Now it's time to get building. @BlackStar & @STeNCH. What else do you guys need to complete your mechs?
  3. Xon67

    Assembling Bricksburg

    @NDLG80. Thanks! Looking forward to seeing more! Here's the Secret Police credits scene.
  4. Xon67

    Assembling Bricksburg

    @NDLG80. If you start on this page and read forwards, you'll see the progress of @BlackStar and @STeNCH working on their builds. I don't know how far they got. Any updates, guys? It's a big model, coming in at nearly 4,000 bricks. It doesn't have any internal support, so you'd have to add that. Let me know if you give it a try!
  5. Xon67

    Assembling Bricksburg

    @krisandkris12 Great question. I think it's at least a combination of needing a creative outlet and appreciating how clever the LEGO Movie is. The more I look, the more I want to build. We'll see how long I can keep this up... @Fitmanb That's looking great! I think it's fantastic to see everyone recreating the movie in real brick. I post my images on Flikr. Here's a tutorial: Yes, it's a Wednesday. Nevertheless, here's Taco Tuesday.
  6. Xon67

    Assembling Cloud Cuckoo Land

    @krisandkris12. NDLG80 is researching part availability. Seeing as he's built several of the modular from The LEGO Movie, I think he may just pull it off. @x105Black & @Wout. Thanks for the comments!
  7. Xon67

    Assembling Bricksburg

    @mikaelsol You are absolutely correct! The original set 4435 uses the same window for the front and back of the car, but they used a different piece in the movie. Good one! I have updated my model to look like yours. And--you are welcome to post here any time! @NDLG80 I am amazed at how quickly you are cranking out these buildings! I wish I could see them in person. What's the next thing you are working on? Do you have an opportunity to display these anywhere for others to see? Here's the next credits scene:
  8. Xon67

    Assembling Cloud Cuckoo Land

    Here's Abraham Lincoln's space chair.
  9. Xon67

    Assembling Bricksburg

    No, it's not the end, but the beginning of the end credits. Also, I have posted the other side of the Master Builder submarine in the Assembling Cloud Cuckoo Land topic (click the clouds in my signature below).
  10. Xon67

    Assembling Cloud Cuckoo Land

    @NDLG80. It would be fun to build, wouldn't it? Overall, the main structure holds together very well. On my model, I have a few floating parts; the portholes the pig's mask and cheeks, a few pieces on the tail fin, and a couple pieces of WyldStyle's graffiti. Most of these would be easy to fix with some slight substitutions. I think the main effort would be in identifying any part/color combinations that don't actually exist. I try to recreate what's on the screen and don't stop to check which parts/colors have actually been produced.
  11. Xon67

    Assembling Cloud Cuckoo Land

    Here's the other side. We don't get to see all of it at once in the movie.
  12. Xon67

    [MOC] Baroque Cathedral

    It always amazes me when complex buildings like this also come with a complete interior. Fantastic. As far as renders go, whether it lets you complete your vision that you wouldn't be able to build yourself, whether it's a starting point to figure out tricky details before building something physically, or whether it encourages others to build, keep on rendering. I fully appreciate the effort and the challenge in collecting all of the necessary parts to build any MOC, especially larger ones like this. However there is a lot to be said for the up front design process that allows a MOC to exist in the first place, especially one that is as well done as yours. Thanks for sharing.