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Found 307 results

  1. RoxYourBlox

    Tall Tower

    Tall Tower flickr set ~ .lxf file Inspirations: The Westin Bonaventure Hotel Galtier Plaza Nils Hasselmo Hall Until next time!
  2. LegoIDEASforYou posted two YouTube videos for the Lego Pneumatic fans out there: -- "Building Guide 1: Lego Front Wheel Drive With Pneumatic Steering": "This is a simple design for a front wheel drive axle with steering (the pneumatic steering is optional, it can be easily changed into normal steering). It is mainly designed for lego- trucks or trial wehicles. Features: tough, high-angle steering. Parts: 4 x TECHNIC ANG. BEAM 4X2 90 DEG - Black 4 x T-BEAM 3X3 W/HOLE Ø4.8 - Dark Stone Grey 8 x TECHNIC LEVER 3M - Black 1 x TECHNIC 5M HALF BEAM - Black 2 x TECHNIC 5M HALF BEAM - Medium Stone Grey 1 x TECHNIC 7M HALF BEAM - Black 4 x TRIANGLE - Black 2 x 1/2 BUSH - Medium Stone Grey 3 x 2M CROSS AXLE W. GROOVE - Black 10 x CONNECTOR PEG W. FRICTION - Black 12 x CROSS AXLE 3M - Medium Stone Grey 6 x BUSH FOR CROSS AXLE - Medium Stone Grey 2 x CONNECTOR PEG W. FRICTION 3M - Black 6 x CONNECTOR PEG W. FRICTION 3M - Bright Blue 1 x CROSS AXLE, EXTENSION, 2M - Medium Stone Grey 3 x CROSS AXLE 5M - Medium Stone Grey 4 x CROSS BLOCK 90° - Black 4 x ANGLE ELEMENT, 0 DEGREES [1] - Black 1 x BEAM 1X2 W/CROSS AND HOLE - Black 2 x CROSS AXLE 6M - Black 3 x DOUBLE CROSS BLOCK - Medium Stone Grey 1 x CROSS AXLE 5,5 WITH STOP 1M. - Black 1 x CROSS AXLE 9M - Medium Stone Grey 2 x UNIVERSAL JOINT - Medium Stone Grey 1 x TECHNIC CROSS BLOCK/FORK 2X2 - Black 1 x BEAM FRAME 5X7 Ø 4.85 - Medium Stone Grey 3 x CONICAL WHEEL Z12 - Medium Stone Grey 1 x DOUBLE CONICAL WHEEL Z20 1M - Black 1 x DIFFERENTIALE 3M Z 28 - Dark Stone Grey The portal axle mod for this one will come soon so stay tuned! You can use it as you wish but don't forget to sign where it came from when you make a video or picture of it. The lego digital designer save file can be downloaded from here: https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B53TLXnACl-BSnN0eDdERTFGbTA If you have any questions or you just want help, please write." * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * -- "Building Guide 2: Simple Rear Axle with Differential": "This is a simple design for a rear wheel drive axle. It is mainly designed for lego- trucks or cars. Features: tough, tolerate high pressure from the top. Parts: 4 x TECHNIC 3M BEAM - Black 4 x TECHNIC 7M BEAM - Black 4 x TECHNIC ANG. BEAM 4X2 90 DEG - Black 1 x TECHNIC 11M BEAM - Black 4 x TECHNIC ANG. BEAM 3X5 90 DEG. - Black 8 x TECHNIC LEVER 3M - Black 1 x TECHNIC 7M HALF BEAM - Black 6 x 1 1/2 M CONNECTING BUSH - Dark Stone Grey 2 x CONNECTOR PEG W. FRICTION - Black 12 x CROSS AXLE 3M - Medium Stone Grey 2 x BUSH FOR CROSS AXLE - Medium Stone Grey 10 x CROSS AXLE 4M - Black 12 x CONNECTOR PEG W. FRICTION 3M - Bright Blue 3 x CROSS AXLE, EXTENSION, 2M - Medium Stone Grey 2 x CROSSAXLE 3M WITH KNOB - Dark Stone Grey 2 x CROSS BLOCK 90° - Medium Stone Grey 2 x ANGLE ELEMENT, 0 DEGREES [1] - Black 2 x CROSS AXLE 7M - Medium Stone Grey 3 x DOUBLE CROSS BLOCK - Medium Stone Grey 1 x UNIVERSAL JOINT - Medium Stone Grey 2 x TECHNIC CROSS BLOCK/FORK 2X2 - Medium Stone Grey 2 x CROSS BLOCK 3X2 - Medium Stone Grey 2 x SHOCK ABSORBER - Bright Yellow,Black 1 x BEAM FRAME 5X7 O 4.85 - Medium Stone Grey 3 x CONICAL WHEEL Z12 - Medium Stone Grey 1 x DOUBLE CONICAL WHEEL Z20 1M - Black 1 x DIFFERENTIALE 3M Z 28 - Dark Stone Grey The brake mod for this one will come soon so stay tuned! You can use it as you wish but don't forget to sign where it came from when you make a video or picture of it. The lego digital designer save file can be downloaded from here: https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B53TLXnACl-BeXd0VjlUODNoOEE If you have any questions or you just want help, please write."
  3. Building Drive: Secret Agents Contest Entry Villain Vehicle: Jaw’s Chomp-er Blofeld wants to get rid of James Bond! So it's time to call in some mucscle to take care of him--Jaws--and his amazing Chomp-er! When having one set of steel teeth is not enough, Jaw's uses his Chomp-er, a vehicle with large razor sharp teeth to bide down on rival vehicles or the rivals themselves! CHOMP! CHOMP! ~Nemo
  4. madoca1977 posted video Building Instructions for his small Lego Technic Supercar which uses two Power Functions M-motors. It's his "first MOC". : :
  5. Green Castle

    Lego and GI Joe (80's)

    Hey everyone, new to the site. I have a hard question to ask all of you but didn't know where to post it so I'm starting a new thread...Ok so I've seen alot going on with this WW2 military scenes that people have been building for WW2 battle scenes and the such. The question I've got is, I collect vintage GI Joes (80's) and I'm looking to use lego for the back ground for my diearamas. I've seen this neat little bunker which is 12x12 on a 16x16 base plate, I've put a GI Joe into the bunker and it fits snugly, I'd like to make the bunker maybe twice the size of the 12x12 bunker and see how that looks with my GI Joe. What I'm looking to do is after I tackle this little project is I'd like to look into further buildings for 1/18th scale to fit the GI Joe scene. Thanks in advance for any and all help guys.
  6. Kristel

    MOC: Lion's Heart Hotel

    Hi guys. Here is my latest modular - the Lion's Heart Hotel. A small boutique hotel, with just three rooms, including a very spacious penthouse. This one is also inspired by a Brisbane building - the Inchcolm Hotel. It has an elevator, which is borrowed from the Town Hall (the design, not the actual elevator). In the lobby is a statue of the knight who was said to have the heart of a lion in battle. And a neat little telephone bench. The first floor has a single and a double room. And the best room in hotel, the penthouse suite. The hotel is missing a restaurant and bar, but our guests will just have to go next door. I don't think I'd be able to lift the building if I added another floor! Good excuse to add a restaurant to the list of buildings to do. There are more photos on flickr. Comments and suggestions always welcome.
  7. So you've got a plot and some characters all nutted out and you're ready to start making your comic/film. The first thing to work out is where is the scene taking place? This shouldn't be that hard as you've probably got foot notes in your plot/script. The next step is to decide how many angles this scene will be shot from, the best way to get an idea of this is to sketch up a story board (you don't want to build more than you need and be temped to change the composition of the shot to capture parts of the scenery). Step 1: Sketch Up/Story Board Here is where you'll plan both the composition and scenery needed for each frame, it doesn't need to be too detailed (simple stick figures will do), but it will give you an idea of the perspective of the shot and exactly what you need to build. Don't forget to position your speech bubbles for a comic. Step 2: The Moc Up Set up your camera and characters (and any items important to the scene) according to your story board so that you know what's needed to fill out the shot, from here you can start to fill in the blanks, bearing in mind your speech bubbles will cover up parts of the scene. Step 3: The Build By now you should have a good idea of what you need to build to complete the shot, it's just a matter of realising it with LEGO bricks. Keep it simple, remember the back ground is not the focal point of the shot it's simply there to add a feel of the location. Here is an example of how back ground scenery can be effective and basic at the same time: If you would like to try this method, please do so in a new thread and I'll meet you there to lend any help I can....... You can do eet. If anything above needs clarification please let me know.