julesvincent

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  1. julesvincent

    So, what are Leaf, IP-2 and Zebra?

    There is an interesting article on StoneWars about the possibility of a rebrick: https://www.stonewars.net/commentaries/lego-art-rebrick-possible/
  2. I found them in Germany
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    So, what are Leaf, IP-2 and Zebra?

    That‘s what I think!
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    So, what are Leaf, IP-2 and Zebra?

    Maybe Zebra came from the zebra-stripe of the Beatles cover?
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    So, what are Leaf, IP-2 and Zebra?

    As for the 4th (Disney) I think we can pretty sure that this will either Mickey of some kind or the logo with the castle and Walt's signature.
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    Limited Edition Welsh Icons in Lego

    For me, those look like custom printed on lego parts. If they had been given out by LEGO, the employees would have other shirts and they should have done this in the actual brand store in Cardiff, or?
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    Lego Dots 2020

    I could imagine that a few bands next to each other could work as a flexible roof, bridges, ...
  8. I think the reason for the April/May thing is just that the figs will be released in brand stores and online April 1st, while they hit the retailers May 1st, hence the May date in the retail catalogue ;)
  9. @ArneNielsen you are of course right! Like I said, this is a google translate version, I didn't correct any of this.
  10. And here is the google translation ;) 01 - boy with pinjata The first series 20 minifigure is a little boy with a different colored pinjata. There is also the mandatory stock to open. The boy expects from the dark blue legs with a full white torso. On his head he owns a brown Mexican hut (which we already know in green and black). Why does the torso stay white? This is covered with a colorful poncho. 02 - Hip Hop Girl with Ghetto Blaster As the name suggests, the minifigure fan owns a hip hop girl with a side baseball cap and red long hair (new molded part). In addition, a torso with a crop-free top print and a matching hose. Accessories are also available here in a ghetto blaster in a new color: turquoise. The action pin, which was made with the DC minifigures series, must not be heard here and the figure should be heard dancing. 03 - pod costume Who hasn't always wanted to walk around as a pea pod ?! The minifigure lady is probably obsessed with it! There is a new minifigure costume in the form of a large green pod with three hell green peas. 04 - Knight It's time again for a knight at the Danish toy manufacturer. Here he is - a knight in an orange / gray robe. A real knight's helmet with a red LEGO spring. A suitable sword and of course the shield must not be missing. On the gray shield there is a yellow print with a large black raven. 05 - Pirate The pirates are not lost in the anniversary minifigure series. But this time there is the female form. The tricorn hat with red feather and white brown hair should be the most interesting here. To which is a typical pirate sword attached. The imprints of the minifigure are no longer spectacular. The torso is printed in a white robe with a brown belt. In addition, dark blue legs with red / brown print. 06 - rocket fan girl Red space baseball cap, torso with a spaceship print, what a small rocket, a tool key and a rocket plan on a 2 × 3 tile. 07 - Lama costume And again an animal costume - and was for one. A huge llama head that belongs above the minifigure head. Because this helps out of the lama's neck. The color of the torso and legs is printed in beige. The torso still has a large round white belly print hat. A carrot is included as an accessory. 08 - Vikings Here LEGO has opened itself, and when you see the figure like this, I unfortunately have to think of a Playmobil figure. This is surely and surely with the helmet golden visor and the orange beard. A blue cloth cape, as well as a brown lance with silver tip and a matching shield complete the minifigure. 09 - Red Ranger Even if it is not a licensed product, the figure looks like a Power Ranger. And like the "Red Ranger". A red helmet with black / golden visor, as well as two golden tips, completely covers the minifigure head. The torso and legs are also red. This includes various black / gold prints, a personal belt and white shoe prints. A huge, green, transparent sword is included as an accessory. 10 - Nunchaku Guy A minifigure in white karate. In addition a grim looking minifigure head with a white headband. The figure's hair is in a new black shape. Of course, what shouldn't be heard are the nunchucks as accessories. 11 - discus / javelin thrower With the 20th minifigure collection series, the Danes are once again bringing Olympic gold to the figures. With the personal minifigure, there is also a new hair shape here. The torso and legs are printed with a sports jersey. The person number is already visible on the torso. My highlight here is the gold medal on the red ribbon, which is wrapped around the minifigure - known from the swimmer from the minifigure series 7 (8831). As accessories there is a single spear and a printed 2 × 2 round tile as a disc. 12 - diver with turtle A minifigure in a black wetsuit, with a helmet of the same color and a diving mask visor. This includes flippers, a green underwater plant and a very cute sign (new animal, different from the Friends series) are included as accessories here. 13 - Green-Brick Guy Here it is now, while we already know the Red Brick Boy and the Blue Brick Girl from the minifigure series 18 (71021), we are now adding a minifigure in the green brick design. Green arms, green legs and a 2 × 3 green Lego brick as a costume and the minifigure is almost ready - because the head and the brown hair piece must not be missing. As an accessory, the minifigure has a 2 × 2 tile with a large “10” on it. 14 - Musician with synthesizer A musician aka rocker should not be missing in the latest minipart series. What stands out here is the very ingenious red cape synthesizer (greetings from the 80s). The figure has longer gray hair and a rocking facial expression. In addition a torso, which comes with a leather jacket print and a T-shirt with a red flash. The legs are solid color - pink! 15 - girl in bunny pajamas The little teddy bear as an accessory is something of 2019 - because from now on there is a small plush rabbit as an accessory in the color beige. The little girl's minifigure consists of long yellow-blonde hair, a torso with pink pajama print (the rabbit appliqués are also a must) and pink short legs. 16 - drone guy LEGO also moves with the times and because there were already a wide variety of drones in various LEGO sets, this time they should not be missing from the minifigure series. A boy with a turquoise baseball cap, green sweat jacket and white t-shirt with print and blue trousers. But the head is printed with a cheeky face, tongue out and a plaster on the left side. A drone and a remote control (new part) are included as accessories.
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    AT&T Long Lines Building

    Thank you for sharing this nice little build! Did you tried to use the back of headlight bricks on the top to make the windows rather than the studs?
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    Lego Licensed Parts available from Bricks & Pieces

    I already received the new windscreen from the Urus, but the Tributo and Huracan are probably licensed.
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    New York City MOCs in skyline scale?

    Well, I'm glad and a bit flattered that you rebuilt my little moc. After getting praise from the Lego Architecture team with letting it win the contest, it's a first for me that someone wanted to rebuild sth I've made. So thank you for this! Let me see the Long Lines when it's done, please!
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    New York City MOCs in skyline scale?

    Mail is out! If I‘ve done my research correct, the Guggenheim should also be in scale. Edit: the buildings that lego added should be the Seagram and the Citigroup Center.
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    New York City MOCs in skyline scale?

    Hey @jonwil, sorry for the late reply. First of all I‘m glad you managed to find a more or less stable structure. To be honest, mine isn‘t that stable either but if you‘re ok with this, I can still send you some detailed pictures of it and its smallee compounds to the mail on your profile. I still have it next to the NYC Skyline on my shelf. But as this contest was some years in the past, if I‘d build it today I would‘ve probably taken other parts.