WetWired

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  1. WetWired

    LEGO Ideas Discussion

    Thanks, I'm not convinced it will even reach 10k to be honest. I was so excited that they were accepting the X-files that I rushed it onto there, I don't think I did a good job of presenting it well, needs more minifigs, better presentation
  2. WetWired

    LEGO Ideas Discussion

    Thanks Digger. It felt like a long time but it was just under 3 months from 0 to 10,000. That's less than half the time it took the Ectomobile and Stay Puft to reach 10k! Coincidentally my new project was approved the same day Seinfeld reached 10k - The Dark Crystal
  3. WetWired

    Batcave and Wayne Manor MOC

    The Beyond the brick video is basically just a rip of my original in depth look of the cave, so watch mine if you can :) I keep meaning to do a video of my work on the lego batman movie but finding the time is another story, I keep making lego ideas projects :)
  4. WetWired

    LEGO Ideas Discussion

    Was there any reasoning for why it was rejected? I heard from someone I know that just a week or so before I submitted my x-files project that someone had theirs rejected as well, they couldn't say why it was though
  5. WetWired

    LEGO Ideas Discussion

    Yeah after I submitted mine I searched and another one that was posted about week before mine. I did a little video to help promote mine :D
  6. WetWired

    LEGO Ideas Discussion

    Hey guys (Brent Waller, creator of LEGO Ghostbusters Ideas set) Some of you might remember I submitted my X-files moc 4 years ago (nearly to the day) and it was rejected for mature themes. After seeing Stranger Things come to Lego with similar themes I thought I'd submit X-files again and this time it was approved and is now up for voting! LEGO X-Files by Brent Waller, on Flickr
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    LEGO X-Files

    An update to this, after the Stranger Things lego set I thought I'd resubmit my X-files moc and this time it was approved and open for voting! https://ideas.lego.com/projects/2236f271-714c-4dea-a538-f3feb1293658
  8. WetWired

    Batcave and Wayne Manor MOC

    It's been a while since I've posted here, as you will see I've been busy. Now I think this is the largest LEGO Batcave in the world, someone correct me if I'm wrong. It took about a year and a half on and off and I can only guess somewhere between 50-100k pieces used. I honestly have no idea what the final number might be. It stands at a little over 2 meters tall. The pic with me in it for reference (I'm 6'4) 0 by Brent Waller, on Flickr It features a Wayne Manor on top, moving suit conveyor and rotating carousel for batmobiles down the bottom, integrated lighting and a bunch of little vignettes on the sides featuring villains and scenes from the history of Bat-lore 45 by Brent Waller, on Flickr 99 by Brent Waller, on Flickr 9 by Brent Waller, on Flickr 26 by Brent Waller, on Flickr 12 by Brent Waller, on Flickr I've just posted a couple of pics as there's so many, If you want to see more check out the Flickr album I'd recommend checking out the video walkthrough, I intend on doing a full commentary tour at some point soon too.
  9. WetWired

    Modular Autumn Park

    It was blocking the bench too much, but I think it should be all plates instead of tiles for the board, then you can align it any way you please
  10. WetWired

    Modular Autumn Park

    It's one of these upside down Tile, Round 1 x 1 with Pin
  11. WetWired

    Modular Autumn Park

    I couldn't tell you to be honest, I know they have budgets for sets in how many new parts they can order. There's a lot that can be changed though, I think the main ones would be the chess board parts as they need to be all the same colours. The leaves etc can all be changed to other colours, Within reason. Yeah, I know I prefer physically built models myself but I felt I would be doing this project a disservice with that limitation, that's why I spent more time on the presentation to try and get it looking as real as I could.
  12. WetWired

    Modular Autumn Park

    It was made with LDD but then exported into Unity to create the video
  13. WetWired

    Modular Autumn Park

    No, that's why I did this build digitally rather than physically
  14. WetWired

    Modular Autumn Park

    1090 Pieces
  15. WetWired

    Modular Autumn Park

    It's been a long time since I've done a new project on LEGO Ideas, Stay Puft being the last one. Even longer since I put an original project (not based on a license) on there. This is an idea I've had for a long time, started, stopped, abandoned, returned, started from scratch, etc etc etc for the past year and a half. But I finally finished it this weekend. The Modular Autumn Park. For some reason I can neither upload images nor link to existing ones on here so unfortunately you'll have to either watch the video or go to the link to see images (or just close the thread and ignore me :P)