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  1. Hey guys! I am new here so I hope I have selected the right topics ... Need some help with. The. Front steering system and the rear drive ! I am planning to use servo moron for steering and 2 L motors for the drive ! Thanks !
  2. Hi, As I had some additional free time during christmas I have finally managed to make that video : ) so here it is, the instructions to the minifig scale, two-seater tumbler : ) please let me know your thoughts : )
  3. Last Christmas, I gave you my heart... by SPARKART!, on Flickr: I've been seeing a lot of automobiles around town sporting the Rudolph get-up with red nose and antlers, and thought ye olde Furst Batmobile Microfighter could do that, too. This scene depicts an earlier time in the bittersweet romance between LEGO Batman and Wyldstyle. The song playing on the Bat-radio is Last Christmas; Batman gives Wyldstyle a knowing wink when the refrain, "I'll give it to someone SPECIAL," is sung.
  4. Cmay91472

    Custom Batmobile Tron Style

    Here is my custom Batmobile using a black, grey and transparent light blue color scheme. Built it similar to the current LEGO Batmobile seen in the Batman Be-Leaguered special. Had to design a different frame to accommodate the balloon tires. Also added storage for Batarangs and a larger rear missile area. Thanks for looking. Here's an updated photo of version 2.0
  5. sidekick2461

    MOC Bat-All Terrain Vehicle

    MOC Bat-All Terrain Vehicle This is my latest MOC, a cross between a 66' Batmobile and a Tank. I was trying to think of a way to incorporate tracks with suspension that I had designed. I looked at the 66' Batmobile I had built and thought that would be an interesting project. The tracked suspension is full independent on both sides and works great. I've added all sorts of launchers and equipment, so now the villains of Gotham City have no where to hide. The storyline for the existence of the vehicle goes thus: “It’s 1968 and Bruce Wayne decides that he needs an extra vehicle to help control the villains of Gotham City. He contacts his friends at Gotham City Engineering and asks them to build him a new vehicle loosely based on the 1966 Batmobile but a major feature has to be its all-terrain capabilities.” Let me know what you think.
  6. Oky

    MOD: Bat-Ecto-1

    When there's something strange in your neighborhood, who ya gonna call? BATMAN! Bat-Ecto-1 by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr In order to allow Batman to fight ghosts, I have modified the Ecto-1 to look like the Batmobile that Adam West drove in the 60's. It has the same black and red color scheme and features the Batman logo on the side instead of the Ghostbusters one. Bat-Ecto-1 side by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr And in the back, there is the obligatory jet exhaust again, plus those two black boxes that are next to it, whatever they are which contain the parachutes. Bat-Ecto-1 back by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr As always, comments and criticisms are welcome. To the Bat-Ecto!
  7. strangely

    66 Batmobile (LB3 MOC)

    So after seeing the the Comic-Con footage of Lego Batman 3 I decided to recreate the 66 Batmobile in LDD. It was a long process of going through footage to discern the wide variety of pieces used in the build. The middle section was a bit harder to put together as there wasn't a lot of footage of that section being built (Plus the red chasis being used as a base was a bit of a surprise). As you can see it's not completely accurate to the game. Right off the bat the gold grille is not held in the same way, but that's because LDD won't let the clip hold the grille. Also colors don't completely match, especially the greys. Trying to differenciate shades of grey is annoying, so it's not perfect. Fortunately all the varying shades of grey are in the inside where it can't be seen on the renders. And the back! At some point I will actually have a physical model rather than just a render. In fact I'm halfway done with building it with real bricks. But it'll be a while still before it's done. The two red chasis were hard to find and I literally had to order them from another country. Interestingly enough all the pieces needed to build this actually exist with one notable exception. Unfortunately that size of mudguard doesn't come in red as of now, so it will be black on the physical model I'm building. So at some point I'll update this thread with pictures of it in the flesh, until then enjoy these poorly lit renders (It takes forever for my computer to render and I'm not going to fix my lighting mistake).
  8. tfcrafter

    Lego Movie Batmobile MOC

    Here's my Lego Movie Batmobile MOC! Can fit 4 minifigs. Turning back wheels moves the flames at the back. Features details like the sub-woofers at the back. Tell me what you think! If you want, please support it on LEGO IDEAS:
  9. tfcrafter

    Bane Tumbler MOC

    Here's my newest MOC: Bane's Tumbler, with the extending missile launcher. Also comes with a Batpod with Catwoman. The Batpod's wheels can actually spin side to side, replicating the Batpod's unique turning technique. !You can support it on Lego Ideas.... Thanks for looking!
  10. Brickmasta

    [MOC] 1966 Batmobile

    UPDATE 19th of August: Got instructions finished for this creation, you can get them for free on my blog: ------------------------- After seeing B Ricks interpretation of the 1966 classic Batmobile from the legendary TV show I decided to give it a try and build one too 1966 Batmobile by Brickmasta on Flickr Appreciate your feedback and comments!
  11. sidekick2461

    New Member and Lego Fan

    I've just got back into Lego after many years, I find it very relaxing, apart from when you stand on it. I've created a Lego Ideas 66 TV Batmobile including Bat Boat and Trailer. See Link: Any support would be much appreciated. Best wishes to everyone on this forum.
  12. I recreated the SDCC 1966 Batmobile from the one picture that is available, and than extended it to it's proper size. The included figs are the ones from the Juniors set. I have no clue what the real back looks like, so I guessed... if anyone has it could they please take a shot of the back of the model? Thanks in advance! I'm 99% sure Batman and Robin will fit... the cape won't allow me to put them in their spots in LDD. LDD file: http://www.mocpages....1406164535m.lxf What do you think?
  13. Greetings all! Recenty son got a Youtube channel and he has uploaded several videos since then. This one is about two custom Batmobile Tumblers made by him-except one of them is a MOD. Pleaselike, comment and subscribe- Feel free to add any C&C!
  14. Now a Lego Ideas Project! Please Support by voting at: "Your precious armory, gratefully accepted! We will need it." - Bane The Dark Knight Trilogy by Christopher Nolan gave us a fresh and realistic reboot of the Caped Crusader, and with it many of Batman's iconic vehicles. These are my renditions of the Tumblers in camouflage versions, reproduce with lego bricks in 2 seaters minifig scale and staying as close to the original movie design as best I can. The base design of these of course are similar to my Tumbler and Bat Pod project. Each Tumbler measures about 19cm(L) x 12cm(W) All three versions have been faithfully recreated: The original Camo Tumbler, the Tumbler with a Turret/Cannon and the Tumbler with a Missile Launcher. In this case, only the original Camo Tumbler can be a 2 seater as the other 2 versions both have a weapon occupying the space where the passenger seat will be. Both the Turret and the Missile Launcher can be retracted to an inactive position. The set can be launched as a single camouflage tumbler with additional parts for the other 2 alternate builds. The set can also include different variations of Bane's outfits as seen in the movie. Now a Lego Ideas Project! Please Support by voting at:
  15. :laugh: Please support at "Yes Mr. Wayne, it now comes in white" Inspired by the Tumbler and LEGO set 76000, I set out to design a 2 seaters minifig scale Arctic Tumbler. Afterall, it only makes sense if Batman would change the color of his vehicle to blend better with the mission surroundings, since he has changed his outfit appropriately. Arctic Tumbler comes equipped with 2 twin runners blades, 2 fully functional treads & tracks, rear afterburner and 2 front flamethrowers! The base design of this tumbler is of course similar to my other tumbler projects. We can't have Batman without his trusty partner Robin, fashioned after the popular LEGO Batman 2 video game! I've changed the yellow on the insignia and utility belt to gray, so as to match Batman's outfit better. I've initially considered designing Batman's suit to resemble Nolan's Dark Knight version, but did not pursue the concept further as robin does not have a similar version to reference after, hence it wouldn't be coherent. :laugh: Please support at
  16. Hi Everyone, I would like to present my latest version of the Batcave I've been building for some time. As I'm planning to upload the instructions for all the bat vehicles (and one nightwing bike) feel free to tell me wich one would you like to get first.
  17. Captain Nemo

    MOC: Arkham Knight Batmobile

    Arkham Knight Batmobile Batman’s new epic ride from the upcoming game Batman: Arkham Knight This vehicle was built as a contest entry for Fig-Nation’s Arkham Knight Batmobile ‘Contest’over on Flickr. Anyone interested should get building, since the submission date is April 15th, and you could win a cool (pun-intended) Arkham City styled custom printed Mr. Freeze Minifigure. Anyways, this was a rather fun build for me since I normally don’t build vehicles—especially Batmobiles. Personally I feel the community is flooded with those, along with Batcaves and Halls of Armor, so I try to avoid building those things. Nonetheless, I’m very happy with the outcome—this thing just looks mean! Enjoy ~Nemo
  18. ^ Here's my interpretation of the 1966 Batmobile. As you see the contrasting color is limegreen. That's because of my lack of new bricks in red. Maybe I'll change the green to a dark red in the future, but for now the green is cool enough for me. ;) ^ The car is based on the MonsterFighters Hearse. I used that headlight treatment, minifig placement, and overall build-up as a base and went from there. Made it longer, lower, and added some more Batmobile characteristics. I've tried to make it meaner and leaner, lower and slower. Kind of a hotrod rod/custom attitude. Hope you'll like it. So, there you have it. My first official MOC, in my first official Forum-post. (besides my introduction ;) Feel free to comment and critisise.
  19. rysis

    Batmobile modified

    I tried to modify a Batmobile that was different from set on back part.
  20. KZB

    The Batcave

    Alright here we go I hope it's the final version : D plz comment! : D
  21. Sérgio

    [MOC] 1989 Batmobile

    Hello!! this is my Fav Bat Car ever, from Tim Burton Movies I know its not the Perfect replica, but capture most of iconic details :)
  22. Hey guys. Here is my very first post on Eurobricks. It is about the set 6864 The Batmobile And The Two Face Chase. When I first got this set, it was by mail. I found myself a HUGE box for the whole set. It's actually pretty awesome. Now, I didn't get to do an unboxing, so I'm just going to do a review. First off this set contains 531 pieces, 5 minifigures, and it costed about $50. But $50 for a box this big is so worth it! The set contains 4 numbered bags and 2 instruction books. Here the minifigs are all together. ( from left to right: Guard, Batman, Henchman #1, Henchman #2, Two-Face ) Here is the safe. Much like the money inside it, it is green. Here is the epic Batmobile and down there is the two-colored armored truck. This was built with bags #1 and #2. This is the bag #3 build. This bank was built with bag #4. Guard: Come on. Let's move it. Two-Face: LET ME GO! @#$#%#$! Batman: Colorful language will get you nowhere, you criminal scum. Here, Two-Face steals the safe on his two-colored armor truck. Here is the missile shooter. Red is a great choice of color for the tips of these missiles, isn't it? However ( below ) it seems that these missiles are uncoordinated. Batman: Seriously? Two-Face: DANG IT!! Here's Two-Face's little coin. ( It has a decal printed on it, but my cruddy camera wasn't able to show it. ) The two images below Batman in front of his Batmobile, then inside his Batmobile. Below are the missiles of the Batmobile. Transparent orange is a pretty good color as well, right? Sorry, the correct answer was "Not as much". The front-and-side views of the exhaust flames: Let's see the front view of the bank...: ....and the inside: ...then there's the side of the bank....: ....the side of the bank has this switch. Let's see what it does: and *POP!* goes the windows, enabling Two-Face to steal the safe! This set also contains a brick seperator! It was very useful for building the Batmobile. OVERALL: 12.5/15 Minifigures: 4/5 The minifigures were pretty awesome, and I liked the Two-Face minifigure, but I really think that the original 2006 Two-Face is better. Build: 4/5 Good for a need for many black and beige pieces. However the build for Two-Face's truck was not as great as the 2006 build only because of its coloring. This is orange-and-purple, meanwhile the 2006 build is grey-and-white. I did not have trouble applying the sticker decals. But when I opened the box for Bag #4, I found that the big grey plate was a little bent. Pricing: 4.5/5 The price, $50, is pretty reasonable for a set with a box as big as this! But the bags, instructions, and stickers, however, could fit in a slightly smaller box. I also think that splitting the instructions into two parts was a good idea because I think that printing it all as one book would have made the entire set cost more. That's all for now!
  23. niteangel

    MOC - Snow Tumbler!

    Obviously, the beautiful white Batman minifigure needs something more. The black Batboat from 76000 (which I "goldified" too) does not suit him. Well, his white equipment should start with... ...a Tumbler first! And yes, it comes in white too! The whole build is based on my previous black version, with some parts modified but they are just tiny details. I also have a snap of the interior... So there is a black Tumbler, and also a white Tumbler! I guess Mr. Freeze has to be very alerted again as this white Tumbler will camouflaged in the snowy landscape and hit him badly! I still think the black one looks more sleek. What do you think?
  24. Hello. Someone did'nt like the implementation of the front end in the first version of Tumbler. She was too vertical in comparison with the original, so I decided to upgrade it, or rather lengthened by two pins, which allowed to set the servo motor horizontally. This allows me was able to reduce the slope of the front end. I hope so it looks better. That's all. Thank you for your attention. Your Sicil. Sorry for my bad english.