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Found 183 results

  1. legominiguy

    My LEGO Daily Planet MOC

    For the past few months I’ve been working on a LEGO modular Daily Planet in my spare time, and I wanted to share it with everyone here. This is also my first "real" post (I only recently joined) so it's highly probable I'm gonna screw this up because, well, I'm an idiot. Please be gentle, and if this is the wrong place I do apologize. I host the images on my own site because I'm given to understand that Eurobricks doesn't host images, so I hope I've done that correctly as well. Anyway, on to the model. It has 4 floors plus an accessible roof, and currently consists of 5,894 LEGO pieces. At the outset I started tracking my time and it also represents about 325 hours of work all done in Bricklink Studio. When I got the idea, I formulated a list of some things I wanted it to have: Large globe on top The “stairstep” look from the comics The lobby globe like was shown in the 1978 movie Face-to-face desks in the “bullpen” for Lois and Clark. Lois’ desk would be a big ol’ mess with a hairbrush, food, and crumpled papers next to the waste basket, while Clark’s desk is neat as a pin. Because we’re big Smallville fans and so many fun moments took place there, the model also features roof access where Lois can go to smoke or take a ride with Big Blue, and includes the roof access structure where Clark (finally) took flight in the finale of Smallville. A copy machine/room Break room Janitor closet for Clark to change in Perry White’s office Desk for Jimmy Office details like water coolers A store room with boxes of papers You can probably see that I've iterated the outside colors, and very significantly changed the uppermost floor to no longer have windows but rather a large clock. The reason was two-fold; first I thought it looked kind of cool that way, and I wanted to motorize the large globe on top to turn (and have a Superman minifigure flying around it. And just for fun, I couldn't resist photoshopping Superman into one of the renders. So there you have it. I make updates to the model fairly frequently and will make updates here if there's interest. Here's a few more images:
  2. Chevrolet Apache 1959 Harley Quinn's Custom tow race truck After I did the Joker's Dodge Challenger, I was looking to build some vehicle for Harley, I didn't want to make an existing one, like the stingray or mercury, also because I already have both buildings in my collection, so I was thinking in 3 models, Ferrari 288 GTO, Shelby Cobra or a 50's Chevy truck, based on my available Lego parts, I choose the Chevy and I didn't regret for one second! I think it fits perfectly Harley Quinn's personality. The most challenging part was to make a perfect balance between black and red, neatly I was thinking of just doing a custom low pickup truck, however, I saw the back was too empty, so I decided to turn it into a Tow truck with some disturbing gimmick 😅 1959's Chevy Apache - Harley Quinn's tow truck by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr 1959's Chevy Apache- Harley Quinn's tow truck by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr 1959's Chevy Apache- Harley Quinn's tow truck by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr 1959's Chevy Apache - Harley Quinn's tow truck by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr 1959's Chevy Apache - Harley Quinn's tow truck / 1970 Joker Dodge Challenger by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr
  3. Hi! I made this Challenger using only leftover parts, from other MOCs I did. Since I don't have the Dodge Challenger set, I made my own. Initially, I didn't know what car I wanted to make, so I look at a Joker Minifig and was taught: "I Have to make that smile!" The rest was building with the flow. I made it in 4 hours using only trial and error, using only the parts I had, no instructions or digital building. Dodge Challenger Ha/Ha/Ha by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr Dodge Challenger Ha/Ha/Ha by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr
  4. So.... There's a new DC comic where a teenager takes on the mantle of The Monkey King, becoming The Monkey Prince. The story, set at least partly in Gotham City, features The King Bull Demon, Shifu Pigsy, Nezha, Red Boy, Princess Iron Fan etc.. I'm cautiously hoping it does well and expands on the Monkie Kid lore, hopefully making The Journey To The West more popular in America and Europe etc, so Lego may release the Monkie Kid sets in more places and continue with further seasons of the show so that season 4/the next special isn't necessarily the end of MK's animated adventures. "Introducing the newest hero in the DCU, the great sage, equal to the heavens, better than his predecessor the legendary Monkey King, even better than the Justice League—and definitely the Teen Titans—(actually, all the heroes combined), everyone put your hands together for…the Monkey Prince! Marcus Sun moves around a lot because his adoptive parents are freelance henchpeople, so this month he finds himself as the new kid at Gotham City High School, where a mysterious man with pig features asks Marcus to walk through a water curtain to reveal himself as who Marcus really is…someone who has adventured through The Journey to the West, can transform into 72 different formations, can clone himself using his hairs, and is called…the Monkey Prince!" https://bleedingcool.com/comics/new-10-page-dc-comic-monkey-prince-0-in-full/
  5. Moon_Knight

    Updating Your DC Minifigures

    Hi guys, after seeing @lego_guyon02's "Updating Your MCU Minifigures", I thought it'd be fun for the DC fans to show off their upgraded DC minifigures. Here are a few of mine. Hope to see some of yours soon! L-R: Jim Gordon, The Batman, The Riddler L-R: Joker, Bane, Commission Gordon in SWAT gear L-R: Brainiac, Cosmic Boy, Lightning L-R: Suicide Squad: Bronze Tiger, Katana, Deadshot, Killer Croc, Rick Flag, Harley Quinn, Captain Boomerang L-R: Kyle Rayner, Guy Gardner, John Stewart, Hal Jordan, Simon Baz, Jessica Cruz Batman Zero Year Guardian (Mal Duncan from Young Justice)
  6. ptrg

    76161 UCS Batwing mods

    Hi, first post about doing a mod, but I felt pretty passionate about this one. Having grown up with the "original" Batman films, I loved the UCS Batmobile, and while I also love the lego Batwing, the elongated cockpit really struck me as a bit NQR. I tried various mods on mecabricks, and while the most accurate "shrinkage" (based on the original studio model) of the length of the cockpit would require the removable of (two) of the sections of 1/4 clear wall elements, this would require a full blown redesign of the seat and cockpit to fit it all in the remaining one. I also tried utilizing the new UCS A-wing canopy, but it's width isn't the 8 studs required (6 only), and again, a full redesign would be needed (which is a shame as it is a more accurate shape compared to this sets design) So finally, I settled on removing 2x BOW 1/4 4X4X1 which effectively shortened the length by about 2-3 studs (along with removal of other parts that were between the two cockpit sections). This allowed me to move the front of the canopy backwards 1 stud (more screen accurate) and also move the back "shell" (WALL ELEMENT CONE 3X6X6) forwards - again more screen accurate. To complete the look, I'm planning on printing some back vinyl to make the rear section of the canopy a sloping black area (rather than clear all the way back then a vertical black where the shell starts). The other major change I made was to remove some of the dark grey "detailing" to remain more screen accurate - especially the spoilers. I narrowed them by a stud to take advantage of the void below them created by removing the two LDG 2x6 bricks, which then allowed them to sit much more flush when down (with some detailing underneath 1 stud lower than the rest of the wing area) Instead of writing more, maybe I'll just show what I'm talking about, as it will hopefully make more sense that way. Happy with the overall result. Original model: Original studio model:
  7. gryffindorbrickkid

    Custom Figures

    Hi This page is for you to post images of your custom minifigures it does not have to be a full series it just has to be either pictures of your customs or discussing others. Have fun
  8. PolkovnikOnTheWhiteHorse

    [MOC] Why So Serious?

    Hi all!   Let me introduce my new MOC. With minifig for scale: Model Specifications:Brick count: 1093 pcsHeight: 28,7 cmLengh: 14,0 cmWidth: 18,7 cm Free instruction for the Card. Thats all, I hope you enjoed! Comments are welcome.  Have a nice day!   You can check my other MOCs on my flickr or instagram. PS Instruction for this MOC can be find here.
  9. Hy Guys!! Today, I show you my first own design of Batmobile! The shapes are simple. I turned around my BTAS Batmobile I took ideas from different Batmobiles : - BTAS Batmobile - Rebirth Batmobile - White Knight Batmobile The interior is fully detailed and the Bat of Gotham himself and a passenger can fit on it. You can add energy effect or a flame for a dynamic look! YouTube Video (Showcase) : Building Instructions : https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-26146/BricksFeeder/brickfeeders-batmobile/ More shots!! I hope you enjoy this MOC! Let me know what you think about, if you want more information about or if you have advice ! See you soon!
  10. Here are some of my fantasy minifigures using parts released in the last few months. The parts are from the DC CMF series, Ninjago range, CNY sets and Hidden Side boxes as well as some BAM exclusive pieces. I would have preferred a more murine tail for the were-rat, but am not aware of any. I welcome suggestions. Questions? Comments?
  11. L-space

    [MOC] Brainiac's Ship

    Every super villain needs a spaceship! Built from the cartoon: Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League - Cosmic Clash (imdb) Brainiac-s Ship_01 by L-space, on Flickr more on flickr
  12. This video game depiction of the Batmobile is one of my favorites, with the gold bat symbols adding quite a bit to the "over the top"ness of the design. I decided to recreate the video game model as best I can, but I did reach something of a snag in depicting the front bat symbol. In the game, it has a taper matching up with the rest of the hood, but I've run out of ideas in how to depict this while retaining the structural integrity of the original 76035 set. I have come up with a decent solution using a jumper piece, and if this is the best that can be done I'll be happy. Additionally, there's one game detail that I'm wondering if it's entirely possible. The side panels (2 x 2 tiles) seem to work, but the fit is either too tight or impossible. Can any more experienced MOCers weigh in on these issues? I'll be happy to provide the IO file if need be, but see the pictures of the current build below. Hope you enjoy!
  13. GeneralNumberOne

    Cancelled Lego Batman Movie 2 sets

    A list just sprung up in the usual place, and while I'm not sure if it's legit, it sounds very Lego-y in terms of set selection. Sets: Batmobile Ra's Al Ghul Baby Battle Ra's Al Ghul Ninja Lair Riddler's Jet Heist Nightwing vs Deathstroke Batcave and Robin Nest
  14. Bricks Feeder

    [MOC] Lobo's Spacehog

    Hy Guys!! Today, I show you my simple MOC of the Lobo’s Spacehog from the DC COMICS Univers! I took ideas from the representation of the Spacehog in the Superman Animated Series and few pictures from comics. I hope you enjoy this small MOC! Let me know what you think about, if you want more information about or if you have advice ! The Showcase video is online on YouTube and the Building Instructions are available on Rebrickable ! https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-25935/BricksFeeder/lobos-spacehog/#comments
  15. Hi Guys! I'm Bricksfeeder. I want to share with you my big project I began at the beginning of 2019 : The Arkham Asylum! I will explain you more in detail the concept, my whole project and the WIP on this MOC in video (Youtube, Instagram) and Post. Let me know if you have some preference for this content or if you would like to get building instructions of this project or parts of this project. If you have advice to improve my MOCs or the content of my YouTube Channel, tell me in comment! :) I hope you enjoy this project. Don't forget to follow, like and subscribe! :) It’s not a big update but all the vehicles are done except the train. For the Extra features, I make few things which is already available : - Mr. Freeze Armor - 70's Ambulance - My own Batmobile (https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-26146/BricksFeeder/brickfeeders-batmobile/#comments) - Asylum Stretcher (https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-24834/BricksFeeder/asylum-stretcher/#comments) - Batdrone (https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-24835/BricksFeeder/batdrone/#comments) - Joker's Lowrider (https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-24837/BricksFeeder/jokers-lowrider-7studs-wide-car/#comments) - GCPD Car (https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-24861/BricksFeeder/gcpd-car-police-car-7studs-wide-car/#comments) - Arkham Armored Truck (https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-24850/BricksFeeder/armored-truck/#comments) - Nightmare Scarecrow (https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-30910/BricksFeeder/nightmare-scarecrow-inspired-by-the-arkham-asylum-game/#comments) For the moment, I didn't make a lot of progress on the Arkham Asylum (I was busy) but I have new few ideas... Stay tuned! ;)
  16. blurryclear

    Dc Lego Stop Motion Collection

    This is my first long stop motion video, please tell me what do you think, and thank you for your support https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Mm7Rx45-oY
  17. Hi guys, I made an alternate model for the Lego Batman Movie Mini Batmobile Alternate Speed Wagon by Ransom Fern, on Flickr Here's a little breakdown if you want to build it yourself Alternate Speed Wagon breakdown by Ransom Fern, on Flickr
  18. DeCommander96

    Dark Knight Tumbler MOC

    Lego Batman Dark Knight Tumbler MOC Let me know what y'all think
  19. DeCommander96

    Lego Marvel/DC Mechs

    We all love Lego mechs and we all love characters in massive suits of armour,so I am creating this thread where you can post your own Lego mech creations of marvel or DC characters. These can be your own versions of existing mechs or ones you made yourself In here you can -suggest a mech idea -post a link or picture -suggest a certain part that will look good on the character Have Fun!
  20. Duncan Young

    Large Gotham City MOC

    Hi everyone. Those who follow me on Flickr have probably already seen the beginnings of this project. To celebrate Batman's 80th anniversary this year I made a series of 12 vignettes that spotlight his most famous villains. Then, to top it off, I made a GCPD building which was added on top of the assembled models Below you'll find the Imgur album http://imgur.com/gallery/q096Per Thank you for your time
  21. "In this trident, resides the power... of Atlantis. In the wrong hands, it would bring destruction, but in the hands of the true heir... it would unite all our kingdoms. Above and below. If you seek my power, you must prove your worth. Journey beyond the edge of the world to the hidden sea. Look inside the bottle for the charted path. Only in the hands of the true king can he truly see." ―Atlan Inspired by the movie "Aquaman". C&C are welcome.
  22. I have a deep and unironic affection for the Supermobile, goofy as it is, thanks to owning the Corgi toy as a kid and have wanted to make a Lego version for a while. I've seen several really good ones from other folks through the years, a few of which even included some great step-by-step instructions, but I never had the time or patience to figure out what I was lacking brickwise and put in an order for whatever I still needed. I also wanted to make my own version more than just build someone else's, so a week or two ago I figured I'd sit down and see what I could make with what I had available. I'd love to go back and redesign someday to try and cover all the visible studs, but I'm pretty happy with the results of my first attempt. Here's the side view to start... Front view... Cockpit interior (with that scope that allows him to focus his vision powers...
  23. Here is my video review on 76095 Aquaman: Black Manta Strike (P.S. Also tried slow mo to demo the fire power of Black Manta's sub around mid way through the vid) The Good: Good quality minifigures. Surprisingly well designed Submarine build. Pretty good price to be honest considering it's a licensed set. The Not So Good: Mera hair colour a bit off. No unmasked head for Black Manta. No ocean master =( And this probably just me that my Mera's second face has a slight mis-print. But overall, the good exceeds all the not so perfect points so I strongly recommend this set if you like the Aquaman movie!
  24. Captain Nemo

    MOC: The Moth-Mobile

    The Moth-Mobile As is well established fact, Killer Moth is without a doubt the most feared and successful criminal mastermind...to ever hover--menacingly--near streetlights within the city limits of Gotham between 8:00 and 9:45 PM. Along with his trusty sidekick partner co-boss Firefly, the two villains have conquered all within their sight! And it's all thanks to...the Moth-Mobile? I've finally finished what is surely to be my most popular of Moth themed builds, the Moth-Mobile. An idiotically designed monstrosity, with the color scheme of an exploded paint factory, that liberally steals aesthetics from multiple different lesser Batmobiles of a number of different eras, while simultaneously throwing out all those important little things like ground clearance, seat belts, and even the barest hint of structural support around the driver's seat face. The Moth-Mobile! This is the most dangerous vehicle on the road, particularly for those who sit inside it. It has duel mounted machine guns and a battering ram face. The uniquely shaped cockpit is sculpted entirely out of a thin layer shatter proof glass, so you can really see everything coming your way! Also no trunk space. Two neon spoiler wings are attached at the back--to both bring up debilitating flashbacks of Batman & Robin as well as give you the false impression that it can fly. It can't. The back mudguards too might remind you of Batman v Superman, in case you were not angry enough. But don't worry, the large Tumbler-esque tires at the back will surely make you wish this was a Tumbler. It isn't. As you clearly know, the Moth-Mobile was well crafted, and as such it has room for two full passengers and their legs! Styled in a tandem-bicycle form the seats and this interior are also fashionable. I mean just look at that pink leather! And who needs doors when you can climb right in through the sun-roof. That was intentional too! Go get em' boys! --- Well that was fun. I built this like, six or seven months ago--whenever the first pictures of Firefly leaked--and I've been waiting for his physical release to show this off, because you can't have Killer Moth without Firefly. It was an arduous wait to say the least. I'm rather happy with how this vehicle turned out, particularly its utterly gaudy design. Also I'm gonna try something new, so let's see how this goes: As I know Killer Moth is rather popular in the Lego community--due in part to his frequent appearances in the Lego games and multiple physical minifigures--I did take the liberty to preemptively create "instructions" of the Moth-Mobile (as well as my Catmobile) using Bricklink's new Stud.io system. I've never used Stud.io before, so if they're a bit rough then...oh well. You can download the free files of the Moth-Mobile and Catmobile from my Bricklink Studio page. Enjoy! And make you drive fast and recklessly kids!