Jared

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    Hello, I'm humbled you've stumbled onto this... aw man, can't think of anything to rhyme with.

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  1. Hahahaha, thanks all, glad it's such a hit and the guys at BTB did such a great coverage (too bad I'm a bit of a bumbler in front of cameras lol....) I can't wait to see it, unless I beat ya to the punch (haha, I kid, no WAY that'll happen, just too busy at the moment, but good luck!) Correct, well spotted! I remember seeing the set for the first time and the Ironbelly was honestly the first thing I thought of. :D haha, cheers! I know eh? I think it's thanks, in part, to this group: https://www.flickr.com/groups/harrysmagicaljourney/ I hear there's someone new starting soon, so keep an ear/eye out!
  2. [MOC] Hagrid's Hut

    Like I said before, really awesome!
  3. I figured today (or rather yesterday) was a good day to post this since it is (was) September the first, or as J.k. Rowling calls(ed) it, "Return to Hogwarts" day! Wow, Harry Potter has really made a huge re-resurgence in the last few months. Then again, with that new movie and the books coming out, I figure why not join the hype. Anyway, I showed a sneak preview earlier this year, and this is the finished product. I'm pretty happy with it. Probably may change a few things here and there. The scene depicts the trio of young wizards escaping the Wizarding bank Gringotts ( ) and continuing their dangerous quest to hunt down the horcruxes and defeat the darkest wizard of all, Lord Voldemort!The most exciting part is, of course, the Ukrainian Ironbelly, a dragon I am especially fond of. A big thank you to Marcel for helping me with the building and an even bigger one to Markus for helping with the photo-editing. Logo from here. Harry Potter, Gringotts, Ukrainian Ironbelly and all related names, images, etc. are property of J.K. Rowling and Warner Brothers Studios. .... and of course thank you J.K. Rowling for creating such a wonderful series of stories! I didn't like the photo of the other side that shows Hermione wearing the Bellatrix disguise. I highly recommend you check out the video by Beyond the Brick here for more. Thanks to the amazing folks at BTB! .... and here's the sneak peek shot from earlier this year: Please be sure to check it out on Flickr when you have a chance!
  4. Thank you for the astounding coments all, you have no idea how much they mean to me ^_^ :') I couldn't recieve a comment any greater than this. Thank you so much Sir Gareth, and thank you for all your support ^_^ ;) Oh my god this is gorgeous! But as someone who has spent hours upon hours researching the Toyota interior, I am wondering what your upper gantry way look's like. Also, love the way you did the under console along with the Dalek eye roundels! Yeah, the dark tan version of that piece has become one of my new favourites. I have no idea what a gantry is, but if you want a better shot, perhaps this video can help? ;)
  5. Triwizard Tournament

    Absolutely wonderful moc, excellent job!!
  6. Brickfair Virginia, 2016

    Brilliant, I'm bring a ton of Harry Potter stuff, make sure you put yours next to mine so we can have a coherent 'Harry Potter' corner! ;D
  7. Finally finished my Doctor Who TARDIS Interior Project. this version is based on the console room that appears in series 9 of the British Science Fiction Television show 'Doctor Who'. Finally, after a year of building (and more like 5 years of preparation) I have finished my dream project. It started back in 2011, and I had just stumbled across the most mind-blowingly unbelievable thing... LEGO Doctor Who, more specifically, I came across what, at the time, was the Holy Grail of LEGO creations, Mr. Xenomurphy’s (alias Thorsten Bonsch, alias Mr. Amazingly Talented Super Master-builder) LEGO TARDIS Console Room. A fire had been lit in my head, an obsession really. I knew that someday I had to build my own TARDIS. So, here we are, I humbly present to you my take on the the Twelfth Doctor's Series 9 TARDIS Interior. Logo. This console room is undoubtedly my favourite, although considering how incredible and unique the production quality of each individual one is, it's very, very difficult to pick, and given a 'real' choice I'd say they're all my favourites. This one just has this techno-organic vibe, but also very mechanical in structure, something I've always admired about the TARDIS. My only regret is that the center still can't spin yet, or have lights. I have a technique in mind, but being how difficult it is to install technic parts into such a small area, it's going to be a while before I figure this one out. Series 8 is by and far my absolute favourite of the show, but series 9 is really when the TARDIS has a chance to shine, hence why I picked it as the basis for my model. Also, more round things!! Come see it at Brickfair Virginia 2016! If you need references (because you've been living under a rock, I mean come on, Doctor Who is a worldwide phenomenon!), you can view the inside of the series 9 TARDIS here. Special thanks to here for the logo. Special credit to for his ingenious pillar/buttress structure design. A second huge shoutout to BoB and the Bricktime store for the extra moc support, without them this moc would not have been possible. Thank you! A timey-wimey thank you to for featuring my model in one of their videos a few months ago!Thank you to Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman, Pearl Mackie, and all the wonderful people who work on Doctor Who. My life would never be the same or what it is now without it, and the child-like excitement of imagining what whimsical adventures the TARDIS and Doctor Who will whisk me away to see each week on Saturday evening has been a deep comfort for all those horrible days I spend enduring 'adulthood'! As a final note, I would like to say thank you to Thorsten ‘Xenomurphy’ Bonsch, who has been, continues to be and will always be an inspiration to me (seeing as this design is basically stolen from him with a few elements modified ;o). Check out the whole thing on Flickr! Doctor Who, TARDIS and all related names, images, etc. are property of the British Broadcasting Corporation. All rights reserved P.S. Keep brickin' friends! Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm off to 'catch 'em all' ;D .... and a little bonus image to show you my photoshop skills are 'slightly' improving.... Allons-y!
  8. Brickfair Virginia, 2016

    Haha, see you all there!
  9. 2016: A Disappointing Year?

    Oh haha yeah this year has been disappointing as heck (for me personally), but not because of lego. HOWEVER, if we are talking about lego, I neither agree nor nor disagree with what everyone else said. It's been pretty meh. Although I haven't bought a single new 2016 set yet so.... although I will say the new Spiderman Marvel superhero sets look fantastic!
  10. Haha, thanks for the comments all! Just so you're aware it's going to be part of this big Harry Potter vignette-a-day project a bunch of us are working on: Markus: Marcel:
  11. MOC - Scooby Doo Haunted Village

    Hauntingly good! Seriously, nice work all around.
  12. [MOC]: Batman VS Superman

    Woah, and here was expecting some clones on plates! Blown away by the buildings, super duper dandy work!
  13. HUGO CABRET

    I vaguely remember this movie (book?), but it is heartwarming, and I like that your flashy droid is the little clockwork puppet!
  14. Doctor Who General Discussion

    Indeed it is. Thorsten is the master. You don't need the stud though, you can place the lever in the space between the round 2x2 plate's studs and insert a 1x or 1x4 bar to hold the dish.
  15. [MOC] Batman's Bass Base

    So bass, er bad a- er, awesome!! ;D