Brick Charlie

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  1. Brick Charlie

    The Farmer's Van

    400+ supporters. Thank you!
  2. Brick Charlie

    The Farmer's Van

    It has reached 300+ supporters. Thank you!
  3. Brick Charlie

    [MOC] The X-Files: E.B.E. (a LEGO Ideas project)

    Thank you for the feedback. Yes, but my model has more play feature and I prefer that. I think that an "I want to believe" poster printed 2x3 tile would be enough as reference to the office. Maybe I'll do this as an update. :)
  4. After releasing Stranger Things LEGO set, the LEGO Ideas team approved a previously not accepted project, which refers to an other popcult-horror theme: The X-Files. Now it is in the voting phase. Let me introduce my latest LEGO Ideas project, the The X-Files: E.B.E. More pics, details: This truck is part of a larger The X-Files layout. It refers to the 17th episode, in what a truck delivers an Extraterrestrial Biological Entity (E.B.E.) from Iraq to Colorado. As there is a witness, special agent Fox Mulder and Dana Scully start their investigation. In January 2019, I was able to show pictures of the whole layout to the management of David Duchovny. They liked it, so the first plan was the exhibition of the layout on the Budapest concert of David Duchovny. Due to legal issues, we cancelled the exhibit but they invited me to the event. Here is me and David Duchovny. He is holding a classic alien minifigure from my project. If you like this idea and would like to support it, visit the LEGO Ideas page: Thank you in advance!
  5. Brick Charlie

    The Farmer's Van

    I've made a short promo video - I hope you'll like it. :)
  6. Brick Charlie

    The Farmer's Van

    Hurray! The idea passed the 250th supporter. Thank you! Please, if you haven't done yet, consider to support my LEGO Ideas project and #bringbacktheLEGOgoat! -->
  7. Brick Charlie

    The Farmer's Van

    Thank you everybody. The project has reached the 100 supporters and the 200 supporters goal is close. Let's see what happens in the future. Fun fact #1: As I wrote in my first comment, originally I made this LEGO car as part of a larger countryside layout. In fact, this is a LEGO The X-Files layout, where the wheat field is essential for alien and UFO related pop culture references. The layout was seen by David Duchovny and his management, so they invited me to his concert in Budapest, where I was able to give him a LEGO classic alien minifigure and ask him to sign a LEGO part (which will be the part of the layout). Please, if you haven't done yet, consider to support my LEGO Ideas project and #bringbacktheLEGOgoat! -->
  8. Brick Charlie

    The Farmer's Van

    Please let me introduce you my latest creation, the farmer's van. This car and the minifigure tools will be the part of a larger countryside layout. Despite that, I think the van, the chicken coop and the large variety of minifigure utensils make a whole separately. So I decided to start a LEGO Ideas project. You can check it here: If you like the idea, please support it. If you share it, please use #bringbacktheLEGOgoat hashtag. Provide fresh fruit and vegetables, milk and eggs to the citizens of your LEGO city with this ultimate farmer starter pack! Ensure that everyone can get healthy organic food from you – a trustworthy local producer. This idea includes: The farmer’s car with opening doors and with enough space for two minifigures. A large food supply: carrot, asparagus, apple, cherry, egg and milk in bottle. Two chickens with their house. The farmer and his daughter. Last but not least, a free-range goat, an original LEGO goat. Yes, we really should #bringbacktheLEGOgoat ! Behind the ide: Do we know what we eat day by day? Eating quality food and knowing its source are getting difficult nowadays. As a conscious consumer, I want to highlight the importance of locally produced organic food and promote it with a nice LEGO set. Furthermore, as a LEGO fan, I wanted to create a set idea that contains a lot of food minifigure utensils and the legendarily hard-to-find LEGO goat. The goat in the pictures was lent by my friend – I don’t have one either! :) Thank you for your feedback and support. You can check the pictures in large resolution on my flickr gallery:
  9. Brick Charlie

    [MOC] Scooby Doo

    My LEGO Scooby Doo layout, built on 96 x 144 studs, includes approx. 20000 individual LEGO pieces.Discover the true criminals behind the ghost and monster costumes with the members of the Mystery Inc. This layout includes and extended 10228 Haunted House, the Mystery Machine LEGO set, with an enlarged tree monster. The members of the Mystery Inc. are chasing some spooky creatures. But look, those aren't real monsters! The giant tree is RC controlled by a guy next to the haunted house. And the ghosts of the house, these are just white clothes moved on strings by the baron on the balcony. The evil knight is also just a man in costume, just like the dark green swamp monster and the zombie guy. Or, the girl dressed like an old light tower guard. But if you look closely, there are some true mystery should be solved by the gang.1.) Can you find the huge zombie cat? What is this? :)2.) Look inside the cave! There is an other lake monster eating raw fishes.3.) Do you see the skeleton's head crash the side of the grave? Is this may true or just a trick? You can check the full gallery here:
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    [MOC] Basset Hound

    I've made this basset hound as a present for a girl. I really enjoyed the building. The most challenging part was its head with the large chops and coat. Moreover, the body is too simple compared to the head and maybe it isn't properly scaled. A more detailed body wasn't my goal. The only purpose was to build quickly something which is instatly recognizeable by her. Althought it isn't perfect, I think it's a fun model and it was a pleasure to build something small and new. I'm happy to read your thoughts below. :)
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    [MOC] Microscale Brick Store

    It was my entry on LEGO Rebrick's Micro Modular Madness contest. This house includes a LEGO Brand Store with product booth, cash desk, shelves and a Pick-a-Brick wall (custom stickers, could have better quality). At upper floors, there is a flat with a large balcony. The floors are easily detachable, just like in the large modular house sets, because hey, this tiny creation is a mini modular building! Althought I didn't win anything at the contest, I've really enjoyed the making of this tiny model; it is my very first microscale building. A minifigure-scale version is in process. I'm happy to read your thoughts. :)
  12. Parisian Restaurant is one of my favourite modular building, but unfortunately, it doesn't fit to my LEGO city. I have larger buildings and PR is just too small comparing to them. So, I've decided to build a modification. I've seem plenty of nice mods online. People usually just made the building longer or higher. Although hey had a nice result, they've changed the ratios of the original building's body. I wanted to keep this because the original set is so nice. The result is: I've built a corner building from three Parisian Restaurant. I've left the stairs from the right and the terrace from the back. I've kept the original form of the body of the building I've attached them with own-designed parts, including the corner part. And as a minor update, I've changed the windows of the roof at the front. It still has the grids with a sticker from 70413, but also has glass in it. It was a little challenging to design whole new building parts which match great to this amazing LEGO set. I've tried to use similar decorations and details. Now, the ground floor of this building gives place for the Chez Albert restaurant and also for a book store. Referring the book store (literature) and the statues of the corner, the name of the building is Pallas Palace. I hope you'll like my creation. Please tell your opinion and leave a comment below. Thank you! (Note: I didn't build the street yet, so the area of the house is a little incomplete.)
  13. Brick Charlie

    MOC - Harry Potter part 7: Courtyard battle

    Thank you. I've made a video and now it's uploaded to my LUG's YouTube channel. Although I speak Hungarian in the video, it's worth to see it if you're interested in the details of my creation (video shows MOC from different angles and MOC details including minifigure actions).
  14. Hi, my name is Charlie. I'm the member of KLIKK Hungarian LEGO Fan Community. In summer, I had the chance to move to a new house, where I have a lot of space to build own LEGO creations. So, although I'm an AFOL years ago, this is the first time I have a large MOC. Please let me introduce my new Harry Potter creation. My LEGO creation includes more than 35000 LEGO pieces and it took approximately 600 hours to make it ready. It's 115 x 153 cm large (3x4 large LBG baseplates). If you didn't recognize yet, this is the epic battle from the last episode of the franchise. Voldemort's army is attacking the Hogwarts and a battle is beginning between the death eaters, freaky creatures, students, teachers and the members of The Order of Phoenix. I've built the two towers with the cloister and the entrance of the Great Hall. In the courtyard, you can discover many of the characters. For the best result, I've built all of the great moments of the battle. To ensure a great view, the cloister isn't built at the front. The right corner on the front isn't complete, because originally, there should be a giant tower, so I've left the space of it. Movie scene #1: Movie scene #2: I know there are some difference between the MOC and the movie's courtyard. Some of them are intentional. What's missing? - small columns of the arcades (I haven't find the best way to build them yet.) - proper torso for Hermione Granger (I've just find one from a TMNT set) What's wrong? - Layout should be deeper, but I had to consider that this is regularly an exhibition part, so small children should see the whole building. - Paving is different, because if I built this entirely from 1x2 tiles, it would be too bright. You can see some details, minifigures and action in this blog post: One of my dreams is to build the Great Hall behind its entrance, half destroyed. It would be really a great hit. I hope you'll like my creation. Please tell your opinion and leave a comment below. Thank you!