Concore

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  • Birthday 12/28/1988

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  1. Here are decals of Brotherhood of Evil Mutants members Toad, Mystique and Sabretooth, now you create a super-villain team to accompany Magneto and take down the x-men. Don't forget to download them on Flickr in full scale (300dpi). If you do use these decals, I would love to see how it turns out and where in the universe it ends up. So do send me a link to any pictures or MOCs you have either through Flickr or any of methods on the bottom of the image. Enjoy!
  2. Here are a couple of decals for the Twelfth Doctor portrayed by Peter Capaldi, don't forget to download them on Flickr in full scale (300dpi). The Decals are formatted in CYMK colour mode, the colours may look too saturated on-screen, but it will print correctly. (depending on your own printer settings) If you do use these decals, I would love to see how it turns out and where in the universe it ends up. So do send me a link to any pictures or MOCs you have either through Flickr or any of methods on the bottom of the image. Enjoy!
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    [MOC] Doctor Who: An Unearthly Child

    Thanks for all the positive comments guys. It seems that this project has picked up a bit of media attention as it's been making the rounds on a number of Doctor Who fan and tumblr sites, and also featured on the frontpage of The Nerdist website, which is awesome! I did consider this, however because of her large hair mold when she's stood next to the Doctor she's taller than him, which just looked weird. Thanks, I did try to pack in as much detail into the TARDIS without having to resort to illegal techniques, it was also important that the door functioned as well, there's no point having a TARDIS you can't get into. ^_^
  4. “Have you ever thought what it's like to be wanderers in the Fourth Dimension? Have you? To be exiles? Susan and I are cut off from our own planet - without friends or protection. But one day we shall get back. Yes, one day….” The Doctor All four minifigures are custom designed to represent the first ever Doctor and companions. The featured models were created in Bricksmith, converted LeoCAD, and imported and rendered in Cinema 4d, these images are some of set for project over on LEGO Ideas, you can go further into the history and check out the full proposal, or if you want to see this as a set, please vote for it there.
  5. Concore

    Lego Spray Painting Question

    Using this image as a reference, I'm guessing your results ended up like the blue stripe, which is normal off-the-shelf masking tape, which due to a high paper to plastic content means the paint bleeds into the grain and absorbs the paint. You want to use a better quality tape, the best widely avaible tape is Frogtape which is green, or even better is plastic pin-striping tape which can be found model shops and some warehouse stores. As a couple of sidenotes, when masking off, use your nail or another piece of LEGO and spend a good 10-20 seconds pressing down the tape to make absolutely sure there is no air bubbles or gaps in the tape. Avoid masking off with paper, always with plastic. And finally build up thin layers of paint rather than one heavy coat, a heavy coat will build up along the tape and can adhere to it, maing removal a messy job,it also create a lip, which isn't very pretty. ^_^ Hope that helps.
  6. -Use old parts that can be trashed if needs be. -Use cling film pulled tight to avoid any creases that will disfigure you sculpt. Tin/Aluminium foil can be too thick when working with minifigure parts, it also creases rather than stretch which means it doesn't keep flush to the LEGO part, unike film. -You could sculpt straight onto a old part, wait for the Milliput to fully dry out and harden, then heat up the sculpt, both pieces should become a bit more supple and you can prise them apart. Obviously, don't burn yourself. ^_^ -If you're after multiple part, you could always knock up a mold and cast from it.
  7. That looks great, you managed to achieve a really professional finish to it. Well done. ^_^
  8. Thanks for the great comments guys, means alot. I have to echo the complains about the series so far, I've only made these characters so far because they are most multidimensional of the cast. I wasn't intending to create the rest of the team, but it's something I'll look into. ^_^
  9. With the Release of LEGO: MARVEL Superheroes on the way I thought it was time to make an Agent Coulson Minifig, cos this universe needs one! So inspired by the new series of 'Marvel's Agents of Shield' being broadcast and what references on LEGO Coulson exist, that's what I did, along with a few members of his handpicked task-force to accompany him. Agent Coulson Leo Fitz Jemma Simmons Click on any image to go to my Flickr Page, where the full size image can be downloaded for your enjoyment! (Colours may appear a little strange on-screen, this is because they are designed for printing, so they should appear correct when printed) :) If you do use this decal, I would love to see how it turns out and where in the universe it ends up. So do send me a link to any pictures or MOCs you have either through Flickr or any of methods on the bottom of the image, enjoy! This Decal is for Personal Use Only! This Decal is NOT for Commercial Use!
  10. Probably the most famous Meme in the Star Wars Universe, definitely the biggest in-joke. From a simple, podgy extra running around Cloud City with a Ice Cream Maker as a prop, to a Hero of the Rebellion escaping with the City's Memory Core, holding the names of the Rebel's biggest financiers. This guy epitomises the Star Wars fandom and the Expanded Universe, where any background extra can get a back story tightly woven and is integral to the main plot of the films, all from a couple of frames screentime. He's a tribute to the fandom's sense of humor, and devotion they have to the series. After doing a little research into Bespin and Cloud City for Episode One of Nar Eurbrikka, I came across this guy and thought that I just MUST have a minifigure of the guy to play around with. ^_^ Click on either image to go to my Flickr Page, where the full size image can be downloaded for your enjoyment. Surprised nobody's made a LEGO version of Willrow to date (that I could find). Thought he might have turned up in the LEGO Star Wars Games as background joke/tribute, but nothing, where's the Willrow Love? ALSO, THIS GUY WOULD MAKE AN AWESOME COMI-CON EXCLUSIVE!
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    Twin Pod Cloud Car Pilot

    Thank you. ^_^ Taking inspiration from the Constable in Series 11 of the CMF, I've reworked the moustache to make it more... 'moustachey' and defined the lip. In addition I've also uploaded a Yellow skin version for those LEGO Purists out there. Twin Pod Cloud Car Pilot (LEGO Skin Edition) by Concorer, on Flickr
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    IronArtist's Creative thread.

    Some great looking decals, I'm especially liking the way that both the Dragonball Z and Fullmetal Alchemist decals adopt the style of the series, without deviating from the official LEGO style. As a sidenote to countering thieves, you already mentioned it, by using something like DeviantART that clearly shows a time-stamp and copyright info on every page is a great way to fight back on any claimants who decide to take your work as your own. Also making a simple splash page for you decals with a watermark and date attached (A bit like my Cloud Car Pilot) can also deter people from bothering to re-edit and pinch your stuff, but still giving those who want to, the option to download and print your decals. Anyways, just my thoughts. ^_^
  13. With Episode One of Shadows of Nar Eurbrikka now launched and Bespin under invasion, I thought I'd have a go at creating one of Cloud City's residents, someone LEGO hasn't yet had a spin at. The Cloud Car Pilot, part of the Bespin Wing Guard, the security forces on Bespin. LEGO have only released one Cloud Car in the Star Wars Line, 7119 back in 2002 (thats not including the recent mini-build), and that came with Lobot, so no actual cloud car pilots have been made. Because they only feature in the film for a split second, there is little information on the uniform, so this version is mostly constructed from the action figure, which is why he has that awesome seventies moustache. Also included is the parts list so everything matches up. (Forgot to add that he is equipped with a DC-17 tiny blaster) Click the image to go to my Flickr Page, where the full size image can be downloaded for your enjoyment. I would love to see where in the universe he ends up (especially in any Nar Eurbrikka free-builds), so if you do end up using him, please post some pics or links. If there's demand for it, I can make a few more alternative pilot heads and ranks when I get a chance. ^_^
  14. Would love to get in on this, sign me up for the rebellion! Now to get a character together...