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  1. FinalFeature

    Star Wars Rogue One

    Star Wars Rogue one trailer also gets LEGOized. Thanks for watching!
  2. Lego 41062 Elsa's Sparkling Ice Castle Lego managed to get a Frozen licensed set in the new wave of Disney Princess sets. However, I'm VERY surprised by the size. It's a $40 set and comes in a small Friends-style box (roughly 12"x12" size) - I almost didn't see it on the shelf when I was looking for it because it's so small. I mean, I know it's only $40 but it's a friggin' CASTLE. And why did Lego only make this a smaller set? If they'd made a $200 Frozen castle they still would have sold every one they could produce. They made big Harry Potter Hogwarts sets and those sure sold. And have you SEEN the toys in the Frozen section of stores? HUGE playsets for Barbie-sized dolls. But I suppose I'm getting the cart before the horse here, reviewing before I've even opened the box. So..... Name: Elsa's Sparkling Ice Castle Set Number: 41062 Pieces: 292 Price: $39.99 Minifigs: 3 Theme: Disney Princess Year of Release: 2015 Links: Bricklink Peeron Brickset The Box The front of the box is standard Lego fare, other than the large Anna and Elsa in the bottom right corner. Oh, and surprisingly, nowhere on the box is the normal minifig lineup. The only way to know what characters are included is to look at the set pictures. The 1:1 This set uses one of the minidolls as the actual size sample. That's probably not a bad choice since the minidolls are not nearly as well known as a minifig. The Back On the back, the play features are shown in insets around a rear view of the castle. Like Friends sets, you also have an array of play accessories. The Seals Is this standard on 2015 sets or is this specific to this set? I've never seen 3 tape seals on a set. Even huge modulars or Technic sets only have 2, so 3 on a set this small seems excessive. Perhaps Lego expects people to try to steal the dolls? If so, why bother with extra tape? A tiny pocketknife makes quick work of the tape so the third strip doesn't even slow you down. The Contents In the box are 2 instruction booklets (bent), a white plate, a sticker sheet, and 3 numbered bags of parts. The Stickers These are very hard to photograph since they're shiny. I mean polished chrome shiny. Those dark lines across the corners are not really there, they're reflections of my ceiling. The Manual Backs The back of one booklet has a Friends "Win!" girl. The other has an ad for the Lego Disney Princess website. That site is SO girly there's even sparkles following your mouse cursor around. So I didn't stay too long or look too deeply. The Sample Page The interior pages of the manuals are on lavender backgrounds. It's standard Lego instructions with part callouts and insets when needed. The Build, 1 The first thing you build is Anna, but I'm not showing that yet. Then you build this little picnic scene. It's tiny but effective, and nice to have something not icy in the set since the movie has the "In Summer" song for Olaf. I'm curious what's in that sandwich though - green and pink? After the picnic is the Olaf build, but I'll save him for later too. The Build, 2 Next is this small sleigh. It has an amazing amount of style for something so small. The curved front and decorative whips on the back make it look sleigh-like instead of blocky. But come on, it already had pink accents, are the pink flowers really necessary? Technically, yes, so the whips can mount to them, but still, it's just over-girly for my taste. The Build, 3 The sleigh needs a ramp to help it rocket along (for a couple inches, at least). The ramp starts like this, with a hidden lime green jumper plate that gets a cookie on it. I couldn't remember anything in the movie like that, so I asked my wife and she couldn't either. A hidden cookie under a hill? The Build, 4 After putting the tilting 2x8 onto the base and adding decorations, this is the result. A lime green bucket holding a pair of ice skates, a flower (in the snow, really?), green and white round studs that I assume are supposed to be grass and snow? The Build, 5 The sleigh looks huge sitting on top of the tiny hill, but it actually works pretty well. Assuming you're on a smooth surface like a table, you can give the sleigh a little nudge and it'll shoot down the ramp and a few inches across the table. The unevenness of the slopes vs the blue tiles holds the sleigh in line well, and the bumps in the slopes don't seem to hamper anything. The Build, 6 Moving on to bag 2.... man that's a lot of colors in this base already. And I'm already starting to feel like there's trans-blue cheese thrown around randomly. The Build, 7 Continuing (and rotating), some steps and even more colors thrown in. Magenta? In Elsa's ice palace? I sure don't remember any of that... The Build, 8 Wait, seriously? An ice cream stand in the castle? That is what the magenta is for? I kinda actually like the looks of it, but it doesn't fit the set. The Build, 9 Spinning back around, now there's a light aqua spiral staircase added along with a roof. This is where I'm really starting to wonder about Lego's thinking. Those light aqua stairs, and the light aqua 1x4 tiles, are exclusive to this set (as far as I know... it's possible some other 2015 sets use them, but nothing in Bricklink yet). Seems expensive (to produce) to me, when there's no huge reason to need them. Another blue for the tiles would have been fine. And the spiral stairs? Really? Elsa's castle is KNOWN for staircases, but NOT spiral ones! There should be a huge straight ice stairway out front or sweeping curved stairs inside, but not a spiral. The Build, 10 And now we finish the tree. Again, why? Where is there a tree next to Elsa's castle? And so weird... with ice hanging from green branches that have both snow and flowers on them. Huh? Did Lego watch a different movie? The Trans-Light Blue Bits Before looking at the upper level, a brief pause to look at some other parts. Here's the 1x2x5 brick in trans-light blue and the 2x4x6 rock panel in glitter trans-light blue. Do those look like the same blue to you? And again, ANOTHER unique part for this set. Why do those rock panels need to be glitter, when Lego made the same panel in trans light blue in 2013 and 2014 for SuperHeroes, Friends, and Chima sets? Apparently Disney REALLY wanted glitter, because there are a bunch of trans-glitter parts in the new Princess sets. There's trans-neon green cones for Jasmine; Ariel, Jasmine, and Sleeping Beauty all get glitter trans purple cones. So there's a bunch of new glitter parts for 2015. The Build, 11 Back to building - time to add the upper level. We get a bedroom with a decent bed, although stickered. The Build, 12 The other side of the bedroom has some little accessories. Perfume and a crown I assume? The Build, 13 Time for walls and a roof. I like the small white macaroni bricks for a wall, but what's with the lavender fence piece in the center? I'll grant that it looks nice (a common white fence would have been a little boring), but it's ANOTHER unique piece to this set. The Build, 14 The very top of the castle is built separately. Not a whole lot to say here other than why is there a torch in an ICE CASTLE? The Finished Castle Once the roof is put on, the castle is done. And that big purple star on top says everything to me about the styling. It just doesn't look like modern Lego to me; it looks like this should be an old Belville fairy tale set from around 1999. If I saw a photo of just the castle with no figs (or picnic blanket), I'd assume that's what it was. The Oops, Not Actually Done Yet Accessories At the end, there's a few bits left to add. There are these dark purple skis (yup, another unique part) in the lower level. Let me tell you, they're a pain to get into that location, at least with my big man hands. More Accessories The top level gets a stickered book. The sticker has a nice castle image on it that is, while not quite exactly the castle from Disney World, VERY Disney-looking. I actually had to google and see if that's the castle they use in their logo. Nope, but it's the same style. The Leftovers There are a LOT of extra parts in this. That's almost 10% of the part count in the set right there! They are pretty useful overall though. It's great to have an extra "carrot" and brown "branch" for Olaf, since you know those will get lost as he's played with. The Figs Finally, the reason for the set. Let's face it, the castle set is just an excuse to make these figures. And they're GREAT. I mean just fantastic. The print on them is just such a good match to the real characters. Compare to the cartoon version from the front of the box. Elsa's hair is a little darker than the cartoon, but overall these are just dead on. If I had to pick out a flaw, it's the "spell" Elsa is holding. It's too bad she can only shoot it forward with her arm down like that. It'd be nice to have the end of the splash part bent 90 degrees so she can have her arm forward and the spell shooting forward too. Oh, one other thing. The minidoll heads don't press down tight to the body like minifig heads do. There's still exposed neck. It looks nice, but it means Elsa's cape can swing around. The Fig Backs Elsa's cape is glittery on the back and you can see the removable bow in her hair. The Full Set One final issue. When you put Anna on the sleigh, her cape doesn't have enough flexibility (since it's a wraparound kind) and so it folds out funny. That's why on the back of the box it shows her standing on the back of the sleigh with Elsa in the seat. Edit: How on earth did I forget to comment on those orange flowers to each side of the castle? I'm pretty sure Elsa did NOT have any flowers blooming outside her castle! The Conclusion Hm. I really wanted to like this set, but I just can't quite bring myself to. It feels like Lego pulled a random castle design from the files then redid it into white and trans blue to look icy and allow a Frozen tie in set. The figs are great, but the castle isn't. I guess the real castle in the movie would be a boring set and this one has play features, but it just is too different for my taste. The Ratings Value: 7/10 - $40 for less than 300 parts is high (especially when so many of the parts are tiny, but on the other hand there's a LOT of rock panels and 1x2x5 trans blue panels), but the figs help save it. Design: 4/10 - Not one of Lego's best. Not as bad as the lows in the 90s, but not a great set. Minifigs: 10/10 - Possibly even a 12/10. They ARE the reason to buy the set . Playability: 8/10 - There are a bunch of play features, but they actually detract from the design, so I had to knock off a couple points. Parts: 7/10 - A bunch of impractical unique parts (how often do you need dark purple skis or a lavender fence piece?) but also a bunch of nice parts if you wanted to make your own icy scene. Overall: 7/10 - A great bunch of figs, but I'd recommend not bothering with the manuals. Just use the parts to build your own castle that's better.
  3. World_Of_Brick_

    The Magic Kingdom In Lego

    Hello, This topic is devoted to my latest project, building the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World in Lego. Hello, For this project, I am planning to in some shape or form recreate the firework show "Wishes!" that is at the Magic Kingdom. I have been reviewing different ideas and brainstorming for the few weeks. I have seen some people do similar things and use a projection type of system, however in order for this to work everything must line up perfectly so that the show looks realistic. I have also seen a actual miniature recreate of "Fantasmic!" in Disneyland, however I am not sure if it is a good idea to light small fireowrks off around Lego, much less inside. Does anyone have any ideas on how I can recreate the show?
  4. Oky

    [MOC] Baymax

    Hi everyone. I don't post much in this forum, although I do dabble in constraction figures from time to time. After I watched Disney's latest animated film Big Hero 6 which won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film of 2014 (an award that clearly should have gone to The Lego Movie as we all know) I was inspired to build one of the main characters, Baymax. And since he is a heroic robot with armor plating, it only seemed fitting to build him in a Hero Factory style. Baymax by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr Here are some reference images of him: Here are some views of the front and back of him. His torso structure is based on Stormer XL's. Baymax Front by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr Baymax Back by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr And here are the same views with his wings spread out: Baymax Front Wings by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr Baymax Back Wings by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr An action pose where he is getting ready to fire his fist: Baymax Firing Fist by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr On a scale of one to ten, how would you rate this MOC? This is my first CCBS Moc, so be kind (Honestly, I don't even know what CCBS stands for ). I might try my hand at making a System MOC of Baymax one day. I hope you are satisfied with your care.
  5. Hey everyone, Have a seat and enjoy the ride with Disneyland Railroad! After about 8 months it's finally finished (hmm, I got distracted with building other stuff for contests and such ). At first it was just the train, which is a small version of a real Disney train called "Roger E. Broggie". But it really needed a station to go with it! Here are some pictures. Some more pictures can be found on my flickr page:
  6. After a non-stop 22 hours of work, I proudly present my version of the full first Star Wars The Force Awakens teaser trailer in glorious LEGO. 4 hours to shoot more than 1500 frames of animation at 29.97 FPS. 3 hours to build the landscapes and ships/vehicles. Topped off with 15 hours to add the finishing touches that will blow your mind away! Subscribe for new films. If you enjoyed this one you're certain to enjoy next month's film (An original film, 9 months in the making). Plus follow the DC/MARVEL crossover series that will continue to unfold over the next few months. Like and Follow the Facebook page for the latest updates! https://www.facebook...lFeature?ref=hl Thanks for watching!
  7. Pizza Planet Truck from Cars by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr Hi everyone. This is just a quick build I did recently and thought I'd share it. It's a recreation of Todd the Pizza Planet truck from Pixar's Cars movies. Here's a reference image: Here's a picture of the back. It didn't really come out as detailed as I had hoped, but it was hard to do without decals at this scale. Pizza Planet Truck from Cars by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr I hope you like it. Feel free to comment.
  8. AudiBobaR5-D2

    Treasure Planet Appreciation Thread

    First off, I don't know if this is in the right place to discuss this in Lego Sci-Fi, but thought that as no one has discussed this before in a topic, that I would make a start. (Pics of my own Jim Hawkins custom minifig from Treasure Planet will be added soon) Right here goes. The reason of this appreciation/discussion topic about Treasure Planet (2002), is because I thought that any fans of the movie (like myself )might like to add their own thoughts about the movie, and may have created MOC's of the characters from the underrated Disney movie from 2002, and maybe the many different loactions used through out the movie but have yet to share. Another reason is for a nostalgia appreciation for anyone who watched, and likes the movie back then and now, and wants somewhere to come together on EB. To kick off Treasure Planet appreciation thread, is just the many morals used and showed in the 91 minutes of running time, and the many things covered from the comic side of the script, and the moments that always adds a tear whilst watching the movie on your own or with others. Share and discuss away. Edit: any chance of this topic moved to Culture & Multimedia forum
  9. I haven't seen a topic for this, so I thought I'd start one. Here is where you can discuss anything about Skylanders/Disney Infinity or any other video game that involves physical toys "coming to life". Since Disney Infinity 2.0 just came out, what are your thoughts?
  10. DisneyinLEGO

    [MOC] Snow White's wishing well

    This is my first creation after aproximately 5 years of not doing anything with my LEGO bricks (I kept buying sets regularly though). I had to clean up a lot of pieces and as you may see, some pieces are still a bit dirty Anyhow, I present to you all the famous wishing well from Snow White. It's pretty simple but I liked how it turned out "Wanna know a secret...? Promise not to tell...? ...We are standing by a wishing well..." And if you're wondering... Snow White's bow is just standing still there on her hair. Visit my flickr page for upcoming Disney MOCs and custom minifigures.
  11. Hi , it is my recent MOC "Cinderella Glass Slipper" I used 1x1,1x2 plates and 1x2 transclean brick to build. Who want to borrow? But i cannot guarantee the prince will like you :D Flickr : Creator : Alanboar


    I've had this built for some time now, but am only just now posting it because it was entered in a contest, the rules of which prevented me from doing it. Anyway, yeah, this is just Disney's Goofy, had a lot of fun with the build. Not entirely satisfied with the arms or feet, but it was the best I could do with the parts I had available. Thanks for taking a look!
  13. Toa_Of_Justice

    >MOC< Tinker Bell

    Click any image for a larger picture. Tinker Bell is an extremely popular character, originally created by J. M. Barrie, and currently owned by the Walt Disney Company. I believe fans of Disney and LEGO would love to build this rendition of her. In my concept model, her arms, legs, head, and wings can be moved to achieve various poses. I had thought about buying the pieces to build Tinker Bell in real life, but most of her 199 pieces do not yet exist in the colors I chose--such as the Light Nougat (a.k.a. Light Flesh) in her head, arms, and legs. If my concept of Tinker Bell were to be produced, it might be possible to use Brick Yellow (a.k.a. Tan), a more common color, in place of Light Nougat. However, after trying that in LEGO Digital Designer, I noticed that Tinker Bell's skin looked unnatural. In real life, Brick Yellow might look better than it does in LEGO Digital Designer. While designing my concept, I tried to preserve a realistic appearance while still allowing for movement of joints. The arms and head were especially challenging. Although my concept has brick-built eyes, I think custom decals would look better. Feel free to inspect my concept in LEGO Digital Designer. Here is the posed model, and here is a straight standing version. Please vote for my concept on LEGO Ideas. If you have friends and/or relatives that might like this model, please tell them to sign up and vote for it too. Thank you in advance for your support! -Toa Of Justice
  14. This was made in about a week, just testing out some new green screens and mouth animation. It's a LEGOfied version of the Star Wars Blu Ray trailer from awhile back. [media] [/media]
  15. So apparently there is a live-action movie based on Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers in the works: http://www.hollywood...p-n-dale-676161 For me, this is unsettling news. All live-action adaptions of any kids shows that were popular in the 80's and 90's have been varying degrees of terrible as of late, no matter how much money they made. I didn't care much for franchises like Transformers, Smurfs, or Scooby Doo when I was a kid, so it was easy for me to dismiss those awful movies. However, the Disney Afternoon is something that is very dear to my heart and I would hate for them to ruin one of my favorite childhood TV shows. Of course there is a lot of potential for a good movie here, but while Walt Disney Animation Studios has been making a return to producing good films, Disney's latest live-action adaptions have unfortunately been passable at best and with Hollywood "raping everyone's childhood" the way I see this movie turning out is as a Alvin and the Chipmunks clone with the usual moronic humor, bad CGI, and pointless celebrity voices. I really, really, really hope I'm wrong and I will try to stay optimistic until I actually see a trailer, but it seems like the most likely outcome. On the other hand, if this means that I will finally get those Rescue Rangers Lego sets I've been wanting since I was a kid, bring it on! If you ask me, Gummy Bears or Gargoyles would have been much better choices for a live-action adaption, especially the latter, but I digress. What are your thoughts on this?
  16. ket

    The Black Hole Cygnus

    Hi, New member here. This is my first LEGO creation made in LDD. In the future I hope to make the "real thing"... Anyway, it's a ship that, as far as I know, nobody has done before and after finish it I can understand why! There are some details like the piping that are not 100% accurate because of the scale and the "disponible LEGO pieces" but I'm happy with overall result. Thanks for watching!
  17. Here are the HR Images for the new Duplo Disney Plane sets all pics link to HR images +2000.pxl 10509 Dusty and Chug 10510 Ripslinger's Air Race 10511 Skipper's Flight School Enjoy! Item #10509 (Planes) $14.99 USD / $14.99 CAD 16 pieces Available August Item #10510 (Planes) $24.99 USD / $24.99 CAD 40 pieces Available August 10511 Skipper’s Flight School $39.99 USD / $39.99 CAD 53 pieces Available August 10512 Jake's Treasure Hunt 10513 Never Land Hideout 10514 Jake's Pirate Ship Bucky 10515 Aerial's Undersea Castle 10516 Aerial's Magical Boat Ride 10531 Mickey & Friends I don't have any other news to share at the moment or anything to add except for my continued disappointment at the lack of System Disney sets. Oh well, there's always the next wave... Dscuss!
  18. Just a few assorted figures inspired by cartoons and such here. I think that most of these are iconic enough that I don't need to introduce them.
  19. Legopard

    [MOC] Disney - Tangled

    Hello For the third round of the MocOlympics i build a new MOC. Categorie: "Disney Princess" I build the tower from the movie "Tangled": For more Detail-Pictures and Scenes with Minifigs klick here. Feel free to leave a comment. I hope you like it. Jonas