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  1. Hi everyone, As disney and lego fan im searching the official background for my custom made display case/closet for my lego castle (71040). I have already contacted the official lego helpdesk with the question if they cant receive the official artwork for me like the displays in the stores but they dont have acces to the files. Who can help me further for finding the backgrounds or can find a sollution for my problem? Example of the background: https://independent-travellers.com/denmark/copenhagen/stroget/45.php Tnx in advance! Andy Eetezonne
  2. lego_zol

    [MOC] Onward

    Hi! This is my own Onward LEGO idea! If you like this project, you can vote for it here: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/475fca5a-8ff0-4e56-a873-b942d3c9fcae Thank you in advance, Zol
  3. Hello everybody, please go check out my new Lego Idea for Lilo & Stitch's beach house! https://ideas.lego.com/projects/708b8674-23e8-4a23-b847-b3d8d1fbfc00 It's one of the best Disney shows ever and I would love it to become a set! I appreciate your support :)
  4. Aldar-Beedo

    [MOC] Uncle Scrooge's Money Bin

    I recently finished and updated a Stud.io model that I started a long time ago: Uncle Scrooge's Money Bin. As I grew up in Germany, I read a lot of "Lustige Taschenbücher" in my childhood but also comic boocs by Carl Barks or Don Rosa. Although the Money Bin looks a bit different in the "DuckTales" cartoons, I decided for the european version because it's the one I know from my childhood and I think the colorful outside fits more to LEGO than just a light grey cube. I also uploaded this model to the IDEAS plattform and I'd be very happy about every supporter! ideas.lego.com/projects/5f3275bf-b5fd-4754-8198-dde991f13b46 The model features several details on the inside like Uncle Scrooge's desk, his Number One Dime, a cannon to protect the vault from the Beagle Boys, a safe and Scrooge's "Worry Room" with a worn out floor. The roof and the first floor can be taken off and the rear wall can be folded out to get access to the inside: I hope you like it, feel free to give feedback or tips, I can try to include them in a re-design in the future :) Grettings, Aldar Beedo
  5. thenightman89

    [MOC] Walt Disney World skylines

    Welcome to "The Happiest Place on Earth!" I designed a skyline for each of the four main Walt Disney World parks - with each park's primary icon in the center of each. The length of each skyline is the same (and identical length to the official London and Paris skyline sets). Any one who may be interested in instructions can find them here and on Rebrickable.com! MAGIC KINGDOM: EPCOT: HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS: ANIMAL KINGDOM: Let me know what you think!
  6. After about 5 months of work (off and on), I've finally finished my modified C.K. Holliday train (Lego 71044). During high school and college in the 90s, I was a conductor on the DLRR, so this set hits close to home and is something I've wanted for a long, long time. It also means I was keenly aware of where the stock model wasn't quite accurate. This was my first time modifying a Lego set, and I'm pretty happy with how it turned out.The engine was pretty heavily reworked, and I made some changes to the parlor car as well. Approximate mod list includes: Changed boiler jacket to dark blue, inspired by @TJJohn12. Lengthened the engine by two studs. Increased engine width at pistons to 9 studs. Reworked the pilot to use a double-pin system similar to the Constitution. Reworked pistons inspired by @Carefree_Dude. Drive rods by @zephyr1934. Redesigned cab interior. Parlor car extended by 4 studs, additional chair inside. Replaced stock wheels with ball bearings and rods. Custom stickers by OKBrickWorks What do y'all think?
  7. Hello everyone, This is my first post and I am eager to share with you my interpretation of the Incredibile from the Incredibles movies. The Incredibles is one of my favourite movies and I have always been a fan of Mr. Incredibles sleek superhero car. We got a version of this as a Juniors set as well as a model in the LEGO Incredibles videogame, but I wasn't satisfied with that design. I found that it didn't really capture the overall feel of the car even if many of the details were correct. My design is fundamentally different than the one in the videogame. Some noticeable differences are the shape of the 'i' symbol on the front, the height of the side panels of the car, as well as the jet booster on the back and I also came up with a unique way of capturing the shape of the headlights. Photo 2020-04-22, 7 30 23 PM by Mr. Dufresne, on Flickr My goal with this build was to keep curves as smooth and continuous as possible. Photo 2020-04-22, 7 31 04 PM by Mr. Dufresne, on Flickr An important detail for me to include was the tapering of the car towards the back, I have always found this to be an iconic part of the shape. The back wheels are actually set in from the sides one more stud than the front wheels. Photo 2020-04-22, 7 32 09 PM by Mr. Dufresne, on Flickr I took some liberty here with having the base of the 'i' flare out, but I think that this really works well when translating it to LEGO and it allowed me to create the front grill using the sloped grill pieces. Photo 2020-04-22, 7 32 46 PM by Mr. Dufresne, on Flickr I knew once I found this black turbine piece in my collection that it was the piece I wanted to use although it was a bit of a hassle getting it attached to the rest of the car. I also really like how the modified piece in the middle there forms a sort of cowling around the turbine. Unfortunately I wasn't able to add the little wings on the side rocket pods because all the solutions I came up with took away too much from the shaping of the back. Photo 2020-04-22, 7 33 00 PM by Mr. Dufresne, on Flickr With all my car builds I like to include an interior with seating for at least two minifigures. I also included in here the screen Mr. Incredible has, which I always remembered was green, and a control panel for some of the gadgets. There is also some seating in the back however it is only tall enough back there for the Jack-Jack figure to fit. Photo 2020-04-22, 7 34 14 PM by Mr. Dufresne, on Flickr Thank you for checking out my MOC, any thoughts or suggestions are much appreciated!
  8. I got 71044 set for myself and it looks great. However I felt like train station was half finished. Yes, it is build for play-ability, but looked half finished. Since I was never going to play with it and didn't really like all the Disney logos and associations next best thing I could think of was to modify it. First thing the station was missing is, obviously, the back side. My idea was to use the actual train station which is located one of Disney parks, to build the missing back, but strip it from any Disney logos. Most of the build is quite easy since it replicates the portions of the existing set. However getting around to build those windows at the bottom floor was a bit tricky. Last thing original set was lacking is a platform. There's nothing fancy here as it is built on top of two baseplates. These can be separated though, as well as the train station. This makes entire model to be easy to move in three pieces. This is my first train station. So I would be glad to hear reasonable suggestions how could I improve it or its surroundings.
  9. Hi everyone! I'm very happy to introduce you my new Lego Ideas project! :) This is from the times when things were simpler - from my childhood :) https://ideas.lego.com/projects/c5e0de2d-6837-46fd-82ee-16a1a0d56bc2 This idea consists of close to 500 pieces and features all 5 members of Rescue Rangers team and their iconic aircraft built by Gadget :) Also there is a stand designed to look like a part of a tree and a ladder for balancing the plane and extra play-ability. In this build I used only existing molds with some recolors and custom prints! Please support if you like it, any help with sharing is much appreciated! :) The updated brick built kinetic version!
  10. I created LEGO Mickey according to the Disney cartoon "Sorcerer's Apprentice - Fantasia". It is the story of Apprentice Mickey labors with heavy buckets of water while the Sorcerer works his magic. Happy Mickey Mouse Year 2020 !! 祝大家鼠年快樂! Builder : Alanboar Cheung Size : 30cm(L) x 20cm(W) x 35cm(H) Pieces : 1000 pcs Flickr : http://www.flickr.com/photos/alanboar Creator : Alanboar http://lego.alanstudio.hk http://facebook.com/alanboar.creation
  11. Brandon Pea

    Toy Story Discussion

    I thought since I haven't seen any threads on this, I'd start one. I wonder if I'm the only one who prefers the current Toy Story minifigures over the older ones.
  12. thenightman89

    [MOC] Micro "Sleeping Beauty" Castle

    I designed a micro rendition of the "Sleeping Beauty" castle found in Disneyland California (398 pieces)! Let me know what you think! You can find me on Instagram @BenBuildsLego and anyone interested in the instructions can find them here and on Rebrickable.
  13. As seen here on EuroBricks, user @Carefree_Dude tried his hand at making the new Disney train have working pistons and getting rid of the hideous no-metal-axle wheels. I was very much impressed with the results, and took the pictures and reverse engineered them to have a similar 4-6-0 of my very own. (If the tender looks familiar, it hasn't changed at all from the last version.) However, as you may have noticed, the pistons are different, as they gave me a ton of trouble figuring them out, so I imported a design of my own previous use that I know works. The rear of the loco features a ladder to the tender-top, where the hatch to the water tank is found and also where the neatly stacked wood pile is located . These passenger cars were mostly inspired by set 10014 (Passenger wagon) but repainted red instead of green and with fancy part 30613 "Brick, Arch 3 x 6 x 5 Ornamented" on the end of the cars. I might be mistaken, but Flickr user The Shubes (Isn't he on Eurobricks too?) may have been the one to inspire these coaches with his own red versions of set 10014 as seen here. The end of my passenger train features this little four wheel caboose. It was designed after set 10015 (Caboose) with some features taken from set 7597 (Western Train Chase) This design is now finished in real life, after a record six days from designing on 10 / 20, ordering on 10 / 21, to being built on 10 / 26. That's really fast service by my standards!
  14. This modular Victorian-era train station was inspired by set 71044, Disney train and Station. It now has a chimney flue featuring two fireplaces, freight area with dual sliding doors, and a loading platform five tracks long. The large clock on the tower is gone, replaced by a double sided, smaller version above the main door to the platform, while the word GLENNCOE (a slight misspelling of a real Missouri town... the real town only has one "N" in it's name.) goes above the right hand door, as this is the name of the station and the town it serves. Also in that general area of the model, you can see I removed the second floor balcony, as I thought it looked better being replaced by a window. The street facing portion of the station should have the year 1891 on the studs above the two main doors. (This was the year the 100% fictional station was built.) The upper floor features the station master's office with desk and telephone, along with a much later addition than 1891, a computer to track train movements. The lower floor features the cargo depot with opening mailbox, and passenger waiting room with ticket desk. Six public waiting chairs are also included on this level. The station comes in several large, easy-to-take-apart sections: -tower roof -second floor hallway roof -second floor -first floor NOTES: There probably was a station in Glencoe (the real Missouri town, not my idealistic version of it) at one point for the Missouri Pacific RR, though I doubt it was this fancy if it was there. The rail line passed through there from the mid-1850's to the mid-1940's, when it was moved to it's current alignment, and the old one abandoned to nature. However, a little 12-inch gauge ride on railway now calls Glencoe home, as it has since the late 1950's. This station (and any of my LEGO trains lettered for the Wabash Frisco and Pacific, the name of the small 12-inch gauge line) are a tongue-in-cheek tribute to the rail line that has had such an impact on me growing up.. and still inspires me today! EDIT 5/17/2020: Added real world pictures! As usual, comments, questions, and complaints are always welcome!
  15. What would you like to see me do to my Casey Jr. project to encourage more supporters? What can I change, and where can I do better? https://ideas.lego.com/projects/8b153541-1956-42b7-bfec-a8f31755bc7e
  16. Hi! I have recreated Gusteau's kitchen with 2800 lego bricks and submitted it on lego ideas! What do you think of the project? 10 000 votes can make this an official set, and I would love if you support for it on lego ideas here: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/32190c3d-9497-4b3d-b288-3bb83decc5b4
  17. Modeltrainman

    Casey Jr. Circus Train

    Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls of all ages. Today, I bring you a project dear to my heart. Casey Jr from Disney's Dumbo! Casey Jr as depicted here is a 2-4-0 steam locomotive, depicted as such in the 1941 animated classic. The brave little locomotive pulls his train consisting of a passenger car for the clowns, Dumbo and Mrs. Jumbo's elephant car, and the ringmaster's caboose. Set includes Dumbo, Mrs. Jumbo, minifigures of the ringmaster, two silly clowns, brick-built Dumbo and Mrs. Jumbo figures, and a Timothy Q. Mouse minifigure, depicted here by my friend Artist Bridget Whiting. https://ideas.lego.com/profile/Artist%20Bridget%20Whiting/entries#/?query=&... Dumbo really soars with help from two transparent LEGO rods and can be flown around by attaching him alongside the elephant car, or by hand. Casey Jr. is powered by LEGO Powered Up and features animated side rods and valve gear. Thanks to @zephyr1934 and @Roadmonkeytj for help with the rods and valve gear! https://ideas.lego.com/projects/8b153541-1956-42b7-bfec-a8f31755bc7e
  18. Here is my video review on 71044 Disney Train and Station: THE GOOD: The station and the train look stunning. Some very very interesting techniques in the station build. (Love the windows and the nice chairs) The 2 passenger carriages are both excellent both in terms of building experience and how they look. Excellent Minifigures. I was impressed with Mickey and Minnie. Some nice replicas of actual items in the real stations. Printed piece for the box of Disney Castle lego set! THE NOT SO GOOD: OVERPRICED! (especially for NZ, $599 is bit too dramatic) I wish they find a way to cover the wirings connecting the battery box and motor. Some nasty stickers to apply. The red bricks for the exterior are slightly too red in my opinion compare to the photos of the actual Disney Station. The included tracks unable to provide a big enough loop for a satisfied train run given this train is a bit longer and bigger than the typical lego train set. Overall, this is one stunning display model and yes, it is overpriced. I think the fair price in NZ should be just under $500. If you buy batteries and extra tracks for better experience, it will be close to $700. Having a high demand exclusive minifigure like Goofy in this set is a very very "corporate" decision XD Now I kinda relieve they didn't include Pluto. Anyway, apart from the price complain, the other only major negative is the exposed wiring. Other than that, this set is actually fun too build. Yes, the final bag could feel like hitting a wall in the final stage of marathon. However, I like they brought back multiple instruction booklets. One for each major components, this allow simultaneous building experience with your family and friends. There is a sharp contrast in terms of build techniques difficulty between the train and the station, the station is definitely for more advanced builders. In the end, I did not regret my decision to buy this and it was fun building with my wife and I like the end result. I will only recommend this set if you really like this set or a Disney fan though as the price is really a bit of a deal break if you are just looking for casual fun!
  19. thenightman89

    [MOC] Disney World Skyline

    I designed a skyline of Disney World that features the four icons of the parks: - Animal Kingdom: The Tree of Life - Epcot: Spaceship Earth (with the "Leave a Legacy" plaques) - The Magic Kingdom: Cinderella's Castle (with Walt Disney and Mickey statue) - Hollywood Studios: The Tower of Terror (with Sunset Blvd.) Instructions for anyone interested can be found here. Let me know what you think, and you can follow me on Instagram @BenBuildsLego!
  20. Here’s the winter 2020 Disney Princess setlist: 43170 Moana’s Ocean Adventure - 46 pieces 41371 43173 Auroras Royal Carriage - 62 pieces 43174 Mulan’s Storybook Adventures - 124 pieces 43175 43176 Ariel’s Storybook Adventures - 105 pieces 43177 Belle’s Storybook Adventures - 111 pieces 43178 Cinderella’s Castle Celebration - 168 pieces, 4+
  21. Pattspatt

    Transforming Lego Wall-E

    Hi all - I'm a big fan of the 21303 Wall-E set, but I always wished that he'd be able to fold into a box like he did in the film. After a lot of tinkering, now he can! Peeking out: Fully unfolded: Almost all of the range of poses in the film are now possible, including poses in-between transformation. Here are a few examples: I also made a gif of the transformation (stop-motion): https://i.imgur.com/UqMKq6F.gifv And there's also a gif of the improved range of arm motion, that almost matches the range in the movie: https://i.imgur.com/KAyRTr7.gifv If you'd like to see more pictures, there are some at https://imgur.com/gallery/S6Dtgru. If you'd like tips on how to build this guy, I've compiled an album at https://imgur.com/gallery/Jb94JSw. Thanks for looking!
  22. Great Ball Pit

    [MOC] Scrooge McDuck's Money Bin [GBC]

    When I saw the Scrooge McDuck mini-fig in the Disney CMF2 I knew what I had to build as my next GBC module! I present to you Scrooge McDucks Money Bin, which is loosely based on the vault seen in the Ducktales cartoon. It's built primarily with white and bright green brick, I used flame orange for the $ on the front of the building. The build was a little bit different then most GBC builds. Usually in GBC you build the lift mechanism first, but this time I built the structure first. I then built the conveyor and fitted in in the back. The last part of the build was getting the recirculation feature working inside the "chute" the balls fall through. I hope you enjoy the build !
  23. Here is my review on 10770 Buzz & Woody's Carnival Mania! THE GOOD: Minifigures selection. Target shooting getting the classic canon. Surprise detailed builds on each attraction. Fun R/C cars design. THE NOT SO GOOD: Buzz Lightyear face print. Wish it is $10 cheaper. Recent Juniors line really gone the extra mile. I'm surprised with some of the details and build techniques in this one. Great to see the classic canon returning. Love the wheels for the remote control cars. And you also get most of the main characters in this set! I totally recommend this to any toy story fans, good minifigures selection and interesting builds.
  24. My modded minifigures from the Disney 2 CMF series, plus some minifigures that benefited from parts from the series and a few thematically related minifigures: My intention was to create generic fantasy and horror/fantasy minifigures, not to re-imagine characters from Disney or any other franchise. Arguably, the houri is just a yellow version of Jasmine, but I can live with that 😋. Questions, comments, consternation?
  25. Here is my video review on 10769 Toy Story 4 RV Vacation. THE GOOD: Surprise use of techniques and details for the RV considering this is a Juniors set. Great selection of minifigures & characters. New mold for Forky. THE NOT SO GOOD: Price is a bit too high. The facade build is a bit boring and no particular play features for the target age-group. Overall, it's a decent Juniors set with some unexpected details mixed with a good selection of minifigures/characters. Although it's a bit pricey but I recommend you get this set if you like Forky and missed the last wave of toy story sets a few years back. Do wait for discount if possible.