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  1. 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:
  2. Stop Motion Review (presentation) 6274 The Caribbean Clupper I think, all of you know this set ;) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-3XBSR26BI Year: 1989 Pieces: 378 Minifigs: 4 Bricklink Brickset Peeron
  3. TheBrickBuilder14

    [MOC] 1989 Batmobile

    As most of you have probably guessed by my recent creations I am a big fan of Batmobiles. I love recreating them in Lego and have so far done the Arkham Asylum one and the Batman v Superman one. When most people hear the word "Batmobile" however these two aren't likely to be the first thing that comes to mind instead most will instantly think of the 1989 Batmobile from the Tim Burton movies. Initially I wasn't sure about recreating this Batmobile in Lego as it has been done so many times before however when I came up with a rough built I believed that mine would be different enough to stand out from the crowd and so I continued building until I was satisfied. The result can be seen in these pictures below: Here you can see a good front/side shot from the Batmobile to give a good look at it. As in the movie this Batmobile is rather long (about 21 studs) while still being rather narrow (8 studs). The same view from a slightly higher angle. Here you can see the front of the Batmobile. As you can see I opted to use a totally different approach to recreate the "bomb" at the front, rather happy with how it turned out. A side shot to reveal all of the details including the exhausts. Now we move closer to the back. Overal I'm pretty pleased with how it turned out. A dead on shot from the rear to reveal the afterburner. Just a shot that I rather liked the look of so I thought why not share ;) Here we have a shot of Batman next to the Batmobile. As you can see it is still pretty small despite its long size... and there is another surprise... Yes, Batman can actually fit inside the Batmobile! Not sure if you can see him but he's in there alright, cowl and everything. Now with the canopy removed we can see Batman a lot more clearly, say cheese! And that was it my recreation of the 1989 Batmobile. I hope that you enjoyed my recreation of this iconic car, if you want to you can leave me some feedback as I would greatly appreciate it, thanks for looking!
  4. Hello and welcome again with an Awesome Classic Set Review: Lego 1974 Smuggler's Hayride....... Theme: Castle Sub-Theme: Forestmen. This Set was Released in 1989. It has 40 Pieces, 2 Minifigures, 1 Black Horse. Is 1 of the 3 sets that came in the Triple Value Pack in 1989. Remarks: - Very Simple Set. The Section i love is how the side black fences are widen and shorten to accommodate the Animal Feed! - Unique Weapon: Brown Minifig, Utensil Pitchfork Type 1 - Hard Plastic. Very rare now days in Old Brown Color! - You get a red Saddle. Well, it is a part of the set but no active use for it! so i can consider it as bonus! Ok! Lets have a look at the Photos: -The Set ( Before Building ): 20160612_195019-1 by Lego Master, on Flickr 20160612_202156-1 by Lego Master, on Flickr -Extra Parts Added from my side! 20160612_201920-1 by Lego Master, on Flickr -The Minifigures: 20160612_202320-1 by Lego Master, on Flickr -The Set ( After Completion ) : 20160612_203403-1 by Lego Master, on Flickr 20160612_203437-1 by Lego Master, on Flickr 20160612_203449-1 by Lego Master, on Flickr 20160612_203419-1 by Lego Master, on Flickr 20160612_203454-1 by Lego Master, on Flickr -Final Look! 20160612_203325-1 by Lego Master, on Flickr -Overall: * I love this Set So Much ( could be related to old time memories ) * Very Complete ( Having 2 figures, Horse, suitable Weapons and Animal Feed ( if i am correct ) Rating: 10/10 Hope you Enjoyed it! :) Cheers!
  5. pcvando

    REVIEW: 6265 Sabre Island

    [pid][/pid] Here is my Review of the System Pirates set; Sabre Island. (6265) This set was released in 1989 and features 3 Minifigures; two imperial soldiers and one officer (Lt. de Martinet as stated by Lego) This set has 92pcs. It comes with the island and a rowboat. I have even more awesome System sets on the way! Let me know what you think of it, and leave your comments below!