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  1. TristanLoganLoki

    My X-Men custom figures

    Over the next few weeks Ill be upload finished customized lego figures. These will be from the X-men universe, either film or comic book, or a mixture of both if I cant get the parts. Here is a link to who im working on and will be updating that as parts get finished http://www.eurobrick...83#entry1900993 Here is Yukio from The Wolverine What do you think? Also can anyone recommend a good paint sealant to buy from the UK thanks.
  2. Hello everyone! I had so much fun making my Toy Story Racers that I simply had to make some for one of my other favorite themes, Super Heroes! I decided to do the DC ones first and as always I designed each racer to reflect the theme/personality of its driver. You may notice that I had to substitute some of the minifigs with customs since I don't have them or that I replaced some with the old versions simply because I prefer those. Backstory: The evil Mongul is forcing Batman and some of his greatest friends and foes to compete with each other in a race to the death! The only rule is that they can't use their superpowers. Who will win? DC Superheroes Racers by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr First up, we have the Bat Family with their racers. Batman is driving a small version of the Batmobile while Robin drives a racer in the colors of his acrobat costume and Nightwing drives a dark racer with the features of a bird. I'm particularly proud of how the latter turned out. Bat Racers by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr Of course there are flames coming out of the back of the Batracer while Robin's racer has some circus lights and Nightwing has a version of his truncheons as a bumper. Bat Racers back by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr Here are the racers of some of Batman's best friends from the Justice League of America: Green Lantern Hal Jordan, Aquaman, and Wonder Woman. GL's racer is mostly green aside from the big Lantern logo on the front. Aquaman's racer is hydro-dynamically designed, complete with golden fins as the spoiler. Wonder Woman's racer is about as patriot as her outfit. JLA Racers by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr As you can see in this rear view, even the rear bumper on Wonder Woman's cart is star spangled. JLA Racers back by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr Look, down on the road, it's a bird, it's a plane, it's the Super Racer! Ideally it would have the "S" shield instead of the stars on the front, but I'm purist, so this had to do. Next to him are his two recent movie villains, Lex Luthor and General Zod. Luthor's racer features his signature green and purple color scheme while Zod's has the same dark colors as his space ships. Kneel before Zod's racer!! Super Racers by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr Zod's racer, much like his ships, has green exhausts. Luthor's cart is powered by Kryptonite and has a tube that also connects this power source to his ray gun. The two Kryptonians better steer clear of this racer! Super Racers back by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr Here we have Joker and his crew. What kind of vehicle does the Clown Prince of Crime drive? A clown car of course! One with lots of colors and his face painted onto the front. Riding next to her Mr. J is Harley Quin in her red and black checkered cart. And on Joker's left is their accomplice from the funhouse, the Riddler. His racer is kind of shaped like a puzzle box and is mostly green. But what are those purple markings supposed to represent? Can you solve this riddle? Answer: Joker Racers by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr Harley's racer is even more checkered in the back and her spoiler has a similar shape as her jester hat. Joker Racers back by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr These are the racers of three of Batman's villains who have a freaky look to them. Two-Face's racer is perfectly split into an orange and a purple side, Poison Ivy's racer is completely made out of plants, and Scarecrow's racer is shaped like a square coffin and is covered in various creepy things. Freak Racers by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr Scarecrow's and Ivy's racers leave a trail of fear and poison gas, so I wouldn't drive behind them if I were one of the other racers! Freak Racers back by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr Here we have all the animal themed Bat villains. The Penguin is driving a classy cart that looks just like a big penguin who is sliding on its belly. Killer Croc's racer is basically a crocodile on wheels. And Catwoman's racer - you guessed it - looks like a black cat on the prowl. Listen to that engine purr! Animal Racers by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr Catwoman's racer even has a tail. Penguin's vehicle is amphibian and has a propeller which allows him to drive on water as well! Animal Racers back by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr Mr. Freeze's racer is basically a fridge on wheels. It's a modified zamboni ice resurfacer that Victor Fries built himself. Powered by a special diamond, it can travel very fast and leave a trail of ice. Bane's vehicle is basically a mini version of the drill that he used to break into the Batcave. And yes, the drill on this one spins too. Freeze & Bane Racers by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr Bane's drill has the same kind of details as the regular sized version and the diamond on Mr. Freeze's racer also powers his freeze ray gun. Freeze & Bane Racers back by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr I hope you liked them. Please cast your vote for who you think is the best racer in the poll above! And please support this project on Cuusoo! I am already working on a Marvel edition, but it will take some time until it is complete. Let the race begin!
  3. I thought I'd make a thread here for some custom superheroes I made with dyed hair pieces, which stops me posting them over in the Purist thread. The lack of certain hair pieces in particular colours can really limit the creation of certain characters so I have been obsessing over way to get hold of them since I started customising. My friend has been trying out various dyeing techniques (which is how I ended up with my version of Alpha Flight's Sasquatch) but he finally found one that seems to work OK on hair. It isn't super-robust - it wouldn't stand up to play - but it's fine for taking some pictures of. All the below are characters I created previously, but that look better with a custom hair piece. If anyone else has made any custom hair pieces, please feel free to add to the thread - not limited to superheroes either - that's just my obsession! Also, if anyone can think of any others I could try out, please suggest! Also, all design credits are on the Flickr photos themselves. She-Hulk: Psylocke: Black Widow: Polaris: Wolfsbane: Black Queen: Trevor Fitzroy and Bantam:
  4. Please support at :laugh: "Focus up ladies. Good evening, and welcome to the birthing suite. I am pleased to announce the imminent arrival of your bouncing b@d@$$ baby brother." - Tony Stark This is my rendition of the Hall of Armor, reproduce in 2 minifig scale and staying as close to the original design as best I can. Hopefully with your support this can be owned by many other enthusiast! If you like what you see here, don't forget to check out my other projects: Details of the single modular unit, designed to be combined into a set of 7. Set of 7 with movie accurate Iron Man suits design, starting with Mark I to Mark VII. Note the single wall in between each modular unit. Should the budget allows, a full set equipped with the center circular stage can be included. Of course, it would be best if the budget allows for the inclusion of Dum-E the robotic arm and the rest of the equipments, allowing fans to recreate the iconic movie scene. Please support at :laugh:
  5. This is another superheroes modular building. I used a 16x32 base plate like '10218: Pet Shop''. This model is based on '76005 : Spider Man: Daily Bugle Showdown' and '6873 : Spider Man's Doc Ock Ambush'. Front The DBC: Front by Hay Core, on Flickr Front and Side Side and Back I used two propellers of Dr.Doom plane for huge vents. Entry doors are modified to look like DBC seen in the comic book. 1st Floor: Dr.Doom passed through the metal detector 2nd Floor: J.Jonah Jameson's office. JJJ meets Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark. 3rd Floor: Dr.Ock experiments on Iron Fist. Venom and Beetle on the roof. DC vs. Marvel DC vs. Marvel by Hay Core, on Flickr Thank you, Superheroes Modulars by Hay Core, on Flickr Bonus "previously on superheroes" Love and War S01E01 - Kiss Starring Spider-man and Pepper Potts Love and War S01E01 - Kiss (4/4) (Tony Stark !!!) by Hay Core, on Flickr Love and War S01E02 - Swapping Starring Bruce Wayne, Pepper Potts and Peter Parker
  6. Hi everyone, I got a little bored being at home today so I decided to dream up a little game. Basically the game is the same as wheres waldo but you have to spot batman hiding among the Lego. As when i took the pictures i looked at them on my cameras little screen some are more obvious than they are suppose to be. Anyway if the games popular I will do some more, Also if anyone else wants to do some please go ahead. Starting with the most obvious... After yet another Breakout at arkham batman needed some downtime, Unfortunately in the lego world its hard to get away from the prying eyes of the man upstairs. Wheres batman??? by Legocollecter123, on Flickr What better way to get away from it all than on a nice peaceful cruise.... Or not... Wheres batman??? by Legocollecter123, on Flickr Maybe bats can find some solitude in middle earth? Wheres batman??? by Legocollecter123, on Flickr They will never spot me here. Wheres batman??? by Legocollecter123, on Flickr This one wasnt such a good hiding place Wheres batman??? by Legocollecter123, on Flickr He never really wanted to be a vigilante. Wheres batman??? by Legocollecter123, on Flickr "A nice forest retreat they said" Wheres batman??? by Legocollecter123, on Flickr Back home to Gotham Wheres batman??? by Legocollecter123, on Flickr Please do let me know what you guys think, Enjoy.
  7. I want to know about what you think about which line did a better job. This compares the Super Heroes sets with their look-a-like counterparts, your options are DC: 7779 The Batman Dragster: Catwoman Pursuit VS 6858 Catwoman Cycle City Chase 7780 The Batboat: The Hunt For Killer Croc VS 76000 Batman: Arctic Batman VS Mr Freeze: Aquaman On Ice 7781 The Batmobile: Two-Face's Escape VS 6864 Batmobile and the Two-Face Chase 7782 The Batwing: Joker's Aerial Assault VS 6863 Batwing Battle Over Gotham 7783 The Batcave: The Penguin and Mr Freeze's Invasion VS 6860 The Batcave 7785 Arkham Asylum VS 10937 Arkham Asylum Breakout 7786 The Batcopter: The Chase For Scarecrow VS 76011 Batman: Man-Bat Attack Marvel 6868 Hulk's Hellicarrier Breakout VS 76018 Hulk Lab Smash The choice is yours
  8. Peasantseverywhere

    Which Superheroes Set Should I Buy ?

    Am sitting in my car on the way to London Westfield and was wondering what superheroes set I should buy , I've got about £70 and I would convert it into dollars but since the lego group rip off the uk by charging the same amount in pounds as it is in dollars it doesn't really matter . Personally I think I'm leaning towards the steam roller set.
  9. Green

    Flash Blur

    Hey everyone, this is my first MOC (I guess) on Eurobricks. Basically, it's the Flash's blur. Any comments or feedback would be great.
  10. eliza' florist inspires me to create this building. eliza' florist: http://www.eurobrick...showtopic=91046 Here is my 'Poison Ivy's Florist Shop'. I copied some layout and floor tile pattern from the eliza's florist. Most of bricks are from Lego store pick-a-brick so, the building looks like a 'LEGO Friends' building. [MOC] Poison Ivy’s Florist Shop by Hay Core, on Flickr Front and Side A signboard shows I V. I can not put Y on the board. Back and Side Does poison Ivy need stairs? I don't know. I just put a cheap ladder. 1st Floor The building is disguised as a normal florist shop. Ivy's henchman is a count clerk. 2nd Floor Ivy's room on the second floor. I copied the design of candles and a display case. The problem is I can not remember where I saw them. I'm sorry I can not cite it. Roof Poisoned flowers are grown on the rooftop garden. Do not buy them. Thanks for looking. Comments, suggestions and grammar corrections are more than welcome. Super Heroes X Modular [MOC] Street of Superheroes by Hay Core, on Flickr
  11. I saw one of these kind of pages for Batman so I figured why not do one for Flash. I'm looking for ways to make Flash's villains to go along with a MOC - Flash Museum. Any ideas are welcome and do not have to be purists.
  12. With TLG experimenting licenses with Collectable Minifgures with the Simpsons, using creating more special series like the Olympics and LEGO Movie, and the rumour of a Marvel Collectable Minifigure series months ago, what characters do you think would fit into a Marvel or DC CMF series? To me, they would have to be appealing but limited in terms of use or restricted to a certain scene of a film or setting, so that more mainstream characters can be saved for the larger sets. Here are some I've come up with: Marvel Tony Stark The Mechanic (Iron Man 3) Extremis Ellen Brandt (Iron Man 3) Bucky (Classic or The First Avenger) Dr Erik Selvig (TDW) Extremis Pepper Potts (Iron Man 3) Nova Corps Officer Hydra Elite DC Bruce Wayne (Maybe a training variant?) Selina Kyle Great White Shark The Ratcatcher Amazonian Atlantean Kryptonian (Man of Steel?) Joker Elite Bird (Arkham Origins) Please give some more suggestions, I would really want a Superheroes series! Thanks. (If this topic isn't needed/allowed, please let me know, I'm fairly new to EB and this is my first topic)
  13. car_mp

    MOC: Superheroes

    From now until New Year's Day, a new Superhero every day.
  14. 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!
  15. Hi All, This is my second batch of custom minifigures, which will be the super heroes series. Starting out with my Superman series minifigs, consist of 5 x custom minifigs, which are Superman White suit, Superman Black Suit, Super Girl, Cyborg Superman and Biazrro. (But in this picture i have include the other 4 official minifigs from lego) From left to right - Superman White suit, Superman Black Suit, Jor El, Superman 2013, Clark kent 2013, Superman 2012, Super Girl, Cyborg Superman, Biazrro. All are done by decals method :) The first batch which is my custom iron man minifigures can be found here -> http://www.eurobrick...showtopic=83224 Cheers Crayonbricks
  16. After seeing getting the exclusive Jor El figure and seeing Man of Steel, I thought I'd add my own decal for Jor El's Robe that he wears most in the movie, for better realism. I won't spoil the movie with where you will find this in the movie, just thought I'd share this version of him with you, see what you all think. This will not be one of the prints coming up for my Phoenix Custom Bricks figs, so no issue here, feel free to use but not for your own profit without permission. Update: there's an issue with my usual picture sharing site, so for now, I'll just provide links to my Flickr pics of the torso designs: - Torso Clear Decal version - Torso Flesh Face version Legs for these will be added soon, hopefully, to complement it, for anyone looking to use these.
  17. These are a couple of head decals I made a while back. If you click on each image, it will take you to my DeviantART Page which has super-big versions of them for you to download (right-hand sidebar), print and play with. Enjoy! Red Skull: The Captain America Villian, the Red Skull. Their is bound to be a Red Skull minifig being thrown around somewhere in the pipe works at LEGO, its just a matter of time. Captain America has no other nemesis as popular as the nazi slap-head, unless you count Iron Man. (civilwaramirite?) The Scarecrow: Not a massive fan of the official LEGO Batman Scarecrow, for me he's a bit too graphic and not really in keeping with the LEGO's house style, so I took a shot at making him more LEGO-y. What you think?
  18. Oky

    MOC: Marvel Racers

    Since it is Comic Con weekend, here's my follow-up to my DC Superheroes Racers: Marvel Racers! In order to be able to compete with DC, all the Marvel heroes and villains built racers for themselves too! First up, we have the racers of three of the Avengers. Since the Hulk is a larger than life hero, his racer is equally as big and strong. It's a military jeep that has been turned into a monster truck! Hulk gives a whole new meaning to the term road rage, so other racers would do best to stay out of his way unless they want to make him angry, and you do NOT want to make Hulk angry. Thor's racer in the colors of his costume while Captain America's racer is an American flag on wheels. Cap's racer has a clip on the back that allows him to attach his shield there, giving him ultimate protection from the back! Meanwhile, the Hulk has a spare tire. Here we have the fourth Avenger Iron Man together with a friend and a foe. Much like their armors, Iron Man's and War Machine's racer are very similar aside from their colors. The Mandarin's racer is a smaller version of his flame-throwing bumper cart from the Ultimate Showdown set. Even from the back, Iron Man and War Machine's Racers look very similar. And just like in the Ultimate Showdown, Mandarin has a flame thrower on top of his cart. Rounding out the Avengers team are Nick Fury and his shield agents. Hawkeye's racer is inspired by his truck from Loki's Cosmic Cube Escape. Fury's racer is a smaller version of his hovercar in the Spider-Cycle Chase. And Black Widows kart is, well, black. While Black Widows racer is sleek and fast, Hawkeye's is powerful and heavily armored. Fury's car can't transform, but it's still made up of state of the art SHIELD technology. Look out, here comes the Spider-Racer! Along with his friends, Iron Fist and Nova, they make an unbeatable racing team! Spidey's racer has the same patriotic colors as his costume as well as a big spider logo on the front. Iron Fist's racer is partly shaped like Shou-Lao, the dragon he slayed to get his powers. And Nova's is in the same colors as his costume. Iron Fist's spoiler even has the shape of dragon wings! Hot on Spider-Man's trail are three of his worst enemies! Venom's racer, much like his appearance, is a black and white version of Spidey's. Doc Ock's kart is a smaller version of the vehicle he had in his Lab set. Green Goblin's racer is made of the same Oscorp technology as his glider. As you can see here, Green Goblin's racer has a similar exhaust as his glider and Venom's spoiler is a bit more spiky than Spidey's. Here we have a few more, somewhat obscure villains. First, there is Thor's brother Loki whose racer is made out of Chitauri technology. Doctor Doom's racer has the same colors as his plane and bears the Latverian symbol. Riding alongside him is his henchman, the Beetle. His racer's headlights resemble big bug eyes. The Beetle's spoiler is made out of the same material as his wings and Loki's racer has the same exhausts as the Chitauri ships. Wolverine is the best at what he does, and what he does is make his rivals eat his dust! His racer is made out of adamantium and has the typical X-Men colors. That makes it indestructible, but also susceptible to his main villain, Magneto, whose racer has magnets mounted onto it of course! Meanwhile, Deadpool is just in it for the prize money. His racer has his signature colors and a big "D" on the hood. Magneto's racer even has a magnet in the back. Wolverine's spoiler resembles a certain haircut. And Deadpool's racer has his logo on the back. Let the race begin! Vote for your favorite Marvel racer above and let us know who you think should win, Marvel or DC? As before, if you like these, please support them on Cuusoo: http://lego.cuusoo.c...deas/view/42554
  19. I was on BrickHeroes yesterday and I came across a Brickfilm contest through tongal. Has anyone else heard of it or even entered? If so what are some of your ideas? Post some of your videos. Here is the link to the site: Pie
  20. Hello good people of Eurobricks! I have recently purchased the DC Superheroes Funhouse Escape set, but it has not yet arrived. It looks to be a very nice set, with lots of potential of modding. What I am wondering is this; has anyone found or carried out any interesting modifications on the set that I could perhaps replicate on my copy? I'm asking about enlargements, editions and reductions to make an already nice set better to look at and better to play () with. I don't expect tutorials or anything like that - although that would be great - simply ideas would be fine. Does anyone have any?
  21. lego-maniac

    (moc) Super Chibi'zzz

    Hi all For the next lego French convention, a kid contest is organised and my son decide to enter. Here is his work I just want to underline the fact that he's now 9 years old and the fact that I DO NOT PARTICIPATE in any parts or idea for his project Super Chibi Little LM par oLaF LM, sur Flickr Hope you'll enjoy !
  22. I copied the building design shown in the LEGO club magazine and used LEGO products such as 6864, 6858, 6868 and 3936. This is the life of superheroes during economic depression. Every superhero should work for money. Even Tony Stark has to work for operating Jarvis save energy. Front Super Bank 01 by Hay Core, on Flickr Side Side Back more details "Dude, where's my ice cream truck?" Diamond or Fish? "Get to work, Spider-man" "That man is playing Galaga." 1st floor 6864 is used for the bank. this is typical of Deadpool. 2nd Floor Wolverine's fashion design studio 3936 is used for this studio. Edward Scissorhands Wolverine Scissornails No job for old men 3rd Floor The S.H.I.E.L.D office The SHIELD Office may be rented... Spoiler Alert: The Avengers Super Bank 18 by Hay Core, on Flickr
  23. Hey guys! Today I'm going to highlight a small MOC I made from Ironman when Tony Stark tests out his thrusters, Model: EDIT: I fixed the ARC reactor problem and then added scrap onto the floor (I also am working on making the wall taller) Minifigures: Arm Robot: Tony: Pepper: Mark 1: (Sorry the pictures were really small so I posted links to photos. ) How could I improve this build and what is your favorite part?
  24. Tereglith

    Iron Man - Stark Mansion Redux

    Most of us were a little disappointed when 76007 Malibu Mansion came out. It was too tiny a set to do Tony's house justice! Once I bought it, I set about make a version of what I would hope a $100 or $120 version of the set would be like if LEGO were to release one. I hope you enjoy the results. Stark Mansion Interior by Tereglith, on Flickr Basement by Tereglith, on Flickr Cellular, Modular, Interactivodular by Tereglith, on Flickr One of the only play features I was able to include: the basement furniture is removable and easily rearrangeable.(Also Tony's design station rotates, like in the original set) Basement Rearranged by Tereglith, on Flickr Hall of Armors by Tereglith, on Flickr Mk. I, Mk. VII, and Mk. XLII. The Mk. I is essentially a tablescrap. I hope to get War Machine in there soon, but none of my local stores are carrying Extremis Seaport Battle yet . The Hall of Armors isn't nearly as big or impressive as some of the other ones in this forum, but that's because I didn't want it to overwhelm the basement area - I just wanted it to be a part of the basement area. And I was running out of ight gray pieces Supplies corner by Tereglith, on Flickr I just couldn't resist including those awesome design windows. Nick Fury: Felon of S.H.I.E.L.D. by Tereglith, on Flickr Breaking and entering is a serious crime, folks Living Room Layout by Tereglith, on Flickr Armchair by Tereglith, on Flickr "How many of my chairs are you going to sit in, Nick?" "Every. Single. One. Motherf***er." Fireplace by Tereglith, on Flickr Tony's tasteful interior design includes this modernist fireplace and an... orb... thingy. They're all the rage. Stark Mansion Balcony by Tereglith, on Flickr Tableau 2 by Tereglith, on Flickr Get it together, Tony. You can't keep falling off of things like this. Watchin' TV by Tereglith, on Flickr When Pepper wants to see Bill O'Reilly complain about her lack of qualifications, this is where she goes. Stark Mansion Top by Tereglith, on Flickr Cast of Characters by Tereglith, on Flickr Thanks for viewing!
  25. Bruce Bat is one of the most wealthy citizen of Fabuland City. During the day he has parties with Fabuland's high society, but what nobody knows is that at night he dresses up like a man (the natural enemy of any animal) and becomes the feared Caped Crusader, the Bat-Man! Together with his feathered friend Robin the Bird Wonder, they fight villains such as Celina the Cat, Killer the Croc, or Oswald the Penguin. Here you can see him stopping one of his most notorious enemies from robbing the Fabuland Bank: The Hopper, a rabbit whose brown fur got turned white after he fell into some chemicals, driving him mad. Will the Bat-Man be able to foil his plans? Tune in next time to find out - same Fabu-time, same Fabu-channel! Here's a closer look at the hero and villain, and the Batmobile! I hope you like it. I tried to recreate the simple and colorful look of the Fabuland sets (without actually using many Fabuland parts since I barely have any) and still have it look like a Batman scene. Any comments or criticisms are welcome. Have a fabulous month!