Stephle59

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  1. Stephle59

    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Last update of the project. A little more than 4 hours of work on this little "thing": Zombillénium, Roller coaster's cart - prototype by Stephle59, on Flickr The prototype, in final version. Direct inspiration from this bottom right screenshot from the film. More than to order the black plates: sorry: The fig served as a template, with her long hair. Suddenly, all minifigs can go inside. I'm pretty happy with the roll bars. What do you think ?
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Because I cannot do an exhibition this year, I am offering you the first virtual tour of the amusement park, after a little over a year of work. I advise you to watch it until the end :) Click on the pic below to access to the video : Zombillénium, first virtual tour of the amusement park by Stephle59, sur Flickr
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    I can't wait to show you the logo that will be located behind the deamon skull's gate, on the entrance posts: Zombillénium - Logo by Stephle59, on Flickr It is almost entirely made with bones: skeletal arms and legs, horns,... Its implementation will necessarily be "illegal build", given the few possible fixings. I will have to fix it with transparent rubber bands ... ... When I have found how to compensate for the forces exerted on the posts ...
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Here is the final version about the toilets of the amusement park. We start with the facade and the back of the building: Welcome to the toilets of the amusement park by Stephle59, on Flickr After three tries, the face that adorns the facade is finally finished. I hope you will be indulgent, this is a first for me . As a reminder, this building does not exist: I was therefore inspired by the universe for this 100% original creation. Here you find a view of the interior, this time complete: Welcome to the toilets of the amusement park by Stephle59, on Flickr Industrial style deliberately asserted, with exposed metal beams, industrial suspensions, ventilation, etc. ... and the little extra detail: the smoke evacuation through the roof, with the trigger button in bright orange near the white panel next to the door. Finally, a view of some details: Welcome to the toilets of the amusement park by Stephle59, on Flickr We can see the roof windows integrated into the corrugated iron, and a close-up of the industrial ventilation.
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Fist part of this new season, the mining headframe : Zombillénium, mining headframe by Stephle59, on Flickr This is the structure that allows miners and ore to ascend / descend via an elevator shaft. In the long term, there will be two along the main tower, that of management. I have remained faithful to Arthur de Pins' uncluttered drawing.
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    New season is coming ! Here is the sketch of the roller coaster, from Bruno Couchinho used for the film. This gives you a good idea of what it will look like: Roller Coaster sketch, by Bruno Couchinho by Stephle59, on Flickr Image taken from the book "The Art of Zombillenium", published by Dupuis. Copyright Dupuis Copyright Maybe Movies The picture is not great, but you can see the positioning of the two towers in the film, the warehouses, the easels, ... The roller coaster circuit is not at all functional. I'm going to reinterpret it, and actually make two in parallel, with two separate entrances (one in the central building, the other in the adjoining annex). Delivery of this huge part is scheduled for September 2021. I will show the WIP during this period.
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Here we are, we start the new season of the project with the cart of the future roller coaster : Zombillenium, introduction to roller coaster by Stephle59, on Flickr It is freely inspired by that of the film poster :
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Yes, of course An example here (page 1) Zombillenium, Main Street part 1 by Stephle59, on Flickr Bring life to this undead amusement park
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Thank you :) Here is a summary of a year of work (june 2019 - june 2020) : Zombillénium - Summary of a year of work by Stephle59, on Flickr Top : prototype shown on french exhibition Fana'briques 2019 Bottom : Work in progress at the end of june 2020 Other view : Zombillénium - Summary of a year of work by Stephle59, on Flickr Roadmap, with scheduled work between september 2019 and september 2020. Done parts are in green, WIP in yellow and future work (2020/2021) in blue. Zombillénium - Summary of a year of work by Stephle59, on Flickr Now some updated information about this project : - 90% of the forecast achieved, for the period 2019 - 2020 - More than 50,000 parts assembled at the moment - More than 450 working hours ... And we start the new season smoothly, with this figbarf : Sirius Jefferson, "Let me be a rockstar, baby !" by Stephle59, on Flickr Referer :
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    The advance of the moment is it: Zombillénium - Carousel with skulls, v2.0 by Stephle59, on Flickr No major exterior change, the biggest job is the engine! Here, unlike the 10257 carousel, I couldn't integrate the same technique of the rack mechanism, because of lack of space ... The challenge was that everything was almost invisible, and that I did not exceed the thickness of a brick and a tile to stay at Main Street level. How did I do it? First, an M motor is integrated into the fixed central hub of the arena. I had to completely review the initial framework and design so that not only can it enter, but the roof of the carousel and its heavy weight does not come to explode everything... Secondly, the plate is moved by contact with rubber tires. The problem is that since the bricks are smooth, slippage is very important. So I had to cheat: to increase the grip on the tray, I added strips of 3M masking tape for painting below, the surface of which is rough. Finally, with regard to the transmission, to slow down the speed of the motor M, I started on a classic worm + gear, followed by an antagonistic transmission system. And the chainring ends up being supported by a set of freewheels also shod with rubber tires. I filmed the movement obtained. Click on the photo to access the video : Zombillénium - Carousel with skulls, v2.0 by Stephle59, on Flickr
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Thank you neonic. The building is in dark red/tan, not in brown/tan ;) And now here is the complete entrance : Zombillénium, entrance to the Amusement Park by Stephle59, on Flickr Zombillénium, entrance to the Amusement Park by Stephle59, ob Flickr
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Hello, Some news about the project resumed in one pic : Zombillenium, Main Street WIP by Stephle59, on Flickr All buildings on Main Street are done, Dark blue roof on the dark red / tan building is in WIP.
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    The last "little" one for the project : Lego Citroën Type H by Stephle59, sur Flickr
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    As promised some news of the progress of the park below : Zombillenium - WIP, May 2020 by Stephle59, on Flickr My carpet is 1.90m long, the diorama occupies it almost entirely now. Some information: around 42,000 pieces installed today; 255 working hours since October 2019. I must update the demon skull gate too. Zombillenium - WIP, May 2020 by Stephle59, on Flickr "Aerial" view of the entrance and Main Street. The paving is almost finished (missing an order that I have not yet received) Zombillenium - WIP, May 2020 by Stephle59, on Flickr Small view of Main Street and overview of some details of the dark red and tan building under construction. You will soon see a little more on this one (for those who have not seen it on Instagram or Facebook) Zombillenium - WIP, May 2020 by Stephle59, on Flickr As a bonus, the park's first ATM
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    [MOC] [WIP] Zombillenium - Amusement Park

    Almost one year after the first version, updated version with its mirrors, modified front grille, as well as its rear bumper, its antenna on the roof. And its front side scoops. Gretchen and its Mini Cooper S by Stephle59, on Flickr Gretchen and its Mini Cooper S by Stephle59, on Flickr