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  1. The lego started producing 'exclusive' elements for the Build-A-Minifig a while back. Mainly pieces in exclusive colours (hair pieces, accessories etc) up until now. It's obviously been a successful marketing strategy as now pieces with exclusive prints have started appearing (eg torsos) but ths shield is definitely one of the more exciting ones, for castle fans at least!
  2. I really like the Ultra Agents theme, and this set has a great retro feel of the old MASK toys and similar playsets of that era. Full of play functions and would also look nice on display. My only gripe would be I feel that 5 figs is a bit short for a set of this size and price. Another 2, even if they were generic 'robot baddies' would really tip this into the 'outstanding' category for me.
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    British LUGs and events?

    Are you on the Brickset forum? I tend to find there's a greater percentage (or maybe just higher concentration) of Brits on there, so you may find people in your local area. I know what you mean about Brickish, I think you really have to be heavily into displaying/building for events to get the real benefits (eg LUGbulk).
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    Decal Wish List

    Not a request as such, but has anyone seen a face decal of General Kozu from Ninjago? I was going to attempt something myself, but if there's one out there it would save me some time. I'm not sure if/when I'm going to get round to using it, so just looking to see if there's already one in existence.
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    MOC: A superhero story

    The night sticks are from (on bricklink). I've not quite worked out whether they make them, or take them from a clone brand. Either way they're pretty neat, and the service is quick. They do a whole load of military/police equipment.Thanks for viewing.
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    That was amazing, and bonkers at the same time. Constant action and a pretty good summary of the film all in one. Nice job!
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    The Extraordinary League of Minifigs

    It's the dooku/saruman/Christopher Lee head I think. The Sean Connery/Jones Sr. head has glasses if I recall. I read an interesting bit of trivia recently that Sean Connery passed on the opportunity to do The Matrix, and Lord of the Rings as he didn't understand the scripts. After they were huge successes he decided he would do the next script he didn't understand... unfortunately it was The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen... and none of understood it either.
  8. I posted my first superhero MOC in the licensed forum, as it seemed the best fit for superhero stuff, but as it has developed into a non-licensed world with original characters I'm posting this one here. This was originally intended to be the 'secret lair' of my batman-type character 'NightKnite', however I soon realised I'd need to build something much bigger to do the character justice. So I changed the backstory and made this a smaller 'hobby room'. The other character featured is 'Hawk Owl' a wolverine-type vigilante. A Visitor by andhe :-), on Flickr Lab details by andhe :-), on Flickr Full story on flickr for those that are interested. Built for League of Lego Heroes ~ suit up, sign up.
  9. The satyr beast looks like a baddie character so might be unlikely. The pirate is a possibility though, assuming its a playable character. I'm much more excited for these than I am about The Simpsons CMFs. (Giant heads urgh). Though if the price increases as it's rumoured, they'd have to pull something amazinf out of the bag for me to bite. Alternatively I'd wait for a store promo (50%off etc).
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    Figbarf Thread

    Here's my latest character.... Hawk Owl!
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    Figbarf Thread

    I've never been keen on the term 'figbarf' as it implies that no effort was put in to creating the figs, just random pieces thrown together. Which this obviously isn't. If you're into creating your own superhero characters, join this group on flickr We could do with a few more members, it's all about creat a joint world of original superheroes. Here's a couple of mine:
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    Majisto's Workshop (MOC)

    I've never owned the set (in fact I didn't have ANY castle sets as a kid, I was mainly City and Space!) but my collection now includes a lot of wizards... Wizards by andhe :-), on Flickr I hope to do a few more wizard buildings in the future to use some more of these guys :D
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    Majisto's Workshop (MOC)

    Thanks again guys. I've seen the tire technique used a couple of times, so was interested to give it a go. It's not my idea, but a good one. It seems to work with the majority of the 'bubble' tires. I've been collecting the wizards and 'wizardy' accessories, so was pleased that I could finally use all the bits and bobs I've been collecting! The brickforge potion bottles were definitely the push I needed to actually get round to building something though. Whilst building this one I had a few more ideas for some 'wizarding' builds, so may see if I can make them a reality at some point.
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    Majisto's Workshop (MOC)

    Thanks guys, I really enjoyed trying to fit in all the little details, without it being messy or repetitive. I was quite inspired to try a few other 'rainbow wizard' builds, so we'll have to see if those ideas become reality! Thanks also to Brickforge for creating the fantastic custom bottles!
  15. I've always been a big fan of the Lego Wizards, and thought it was about time a did a MOC to celebrate this. I recently bought the Brickforge potion bottles featured in the MOC and they were a large inspiration for this scene. I also wanted to try the tire/cauldron technique. Majisto's Workshop Close-up by andhe :-), on Flickr Shelves by andhe :-), on Flickr Majisto's workshop #1 by andhe :-), on Flickr There are some more pictures on flickr. Thanks for looking, - andhe