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  1. Hello Eurobricks, it's your old friend Big Cam here, although I am no longer active, I still remember the good times and the best times. I am making this thread because I know somewhere out there I originally posted these 73 images but for the life of me I can't find that post, and since Flickr is enforcing a new 1,000 image limit, I am cleaning house on my flickr account so that my review pictures won't get deleted. Which brings me to this That is a zip file of the 73 pictures I took of the Eurobricks 2012 Brickworld collaborative MOC. I figured I'd post it here just in case anyone wanted those pictures but didn't save them in the last 8 years. Keep on Bricking Big Cam
  2. Hello everyone, My new MOC inspired by my favourite scene from Cloud Atlas movie. Thanks for watching! ca01 by Ivo Hilje, on Flickr ca04 by Ivo Hilje, on Flickr ca09 by Ivo Hilje, on Flickr ca10 by Ivo Hilje, on Flickr ca12 by Ivo Hilje, on Flickr
  3. I want to know about what you think about which line did a better job. This compares the Super Heroes sets with their look-a-like counterparts, your options are DC: 7779 The Batman Dragster: Catwoman Pursuit VS 6858 Catwoman Cycle City Chase 7780 The Batboat: The Hunt For Killer Croc VS 76000 Batman: Arctic Batman VS Mr Freeze: Aquaman On Ice 7781 The Batmobile: Two-Face's Escape VS 6864 Batmobile and the Two-Face Chase 7782 The Batwing: Joker's Aerial Assault VS 6863 Batwing Battle Over Gotham 7783 The Batcave: The Penguin and Mr Freeze's Invasion VS 6860 The Batcave 7785 Arkham Asylum VS 10937 Arkham Asylum Breakout 7786 The Batcopter: The Chase For Scarecrow VS 76011 Batman: Man-Bat Attack Marvel 6868 Hulk's Hellicarrier Breakout VS 76018 Hulk Lab Smash The choice is yours
  4. This set is about to disappear from the shelves. It is already Sold Out on Shop@Home in all the countries I checked, and it is fast disappearing from the shelves in most shops. I got this on sale for £12.49, which is pretty good value for the parts. This 'quick review' is a little experiment - an attempt to document the set while I still have chance, and to see if there's mileage in doing future reviews in this style. A full-scale review is pretty time-consuming, so this is a potential way to increase the review output. Review: 7291 Street Rebel Theme: CREATOR Availability: 2012 - 2013 Parts: 196 Price: GB £17.99 | US $19.99 | EUR 19.99 - 22.99 Links ... Shop@Home ... Bricklink ... Brickset The Box Click each frame for a larger image The standard CREATOR box is nicely square, and relatively heavy, containing two instruction manuals and a larger than average parts selection. The rear does a good job of showcasing the three builds - all motorbikes; in each case the stand is deployed, and a solitary inset depicts the other play feature of the main build - the rear wheel's suspension. The Instructions The three models are crammed into two booklets: the first with papery covers for the main model, and containing the set inventory and WGW kid; the second with shiny thicker covers for both secondary builds and with instructions right up to the back cover. The familiar blue CREATOR background with yellow surround is found throughout, with part call-outs for all models. Model One - Street Rebel Street Rebel is a handsome sports bike with a working rear 'suspension' formed from two elastic bands, two large headlights mounted on the front forks, and 'working' steering which we'll examine in more detail shortly. The body is mostly brick-built, with a little Technic for strength; Technic forms the majority of the front forks and the rear pivots. I've partly disassembled the side to show the Technic bracing for the body, and also the minor SNOT-work on the side: I like the way the large 45-degree angled liftarm is pinned in two places. Nothing ground-breaking, but it had never occurred to me that these liftarms might be used this way, so I've learned something! The bike looks a little tall with the rear axle at full extension; in reality the weight of the bike would compress the suspension somewhat ... ... and here it is at full compression, mimicked by removing the elastic: It's also a good view of the rather makeshift exhaust, which points disappointingly skywards in this pose - it's one of the weakest points of the set. The top view is very smart : The steering in all three models is based around this part. Here it is at maximum deflection, which isn't very far. This wouldn't be a problem at speed as cornering would be achieved more by leaning the bike (except that the square tyres won't help in this respect!), but manoeuvring at low speed would be rather tricky. The bike looks purposeful from the rear: Again, the exhaust looks a little naff, and the rear mudguard - which the instructions indicate should be angled upwards somewhat, though it isn't clear - is rather too short for my tastes. Overall, though, it's a smart machine with clean and sporty lines, and quite impressive in its simplicity. Those wheels could be useful for larger vehicles - shame there's only two of them! Model Two - Big Chopper 'Zed's dead, baby. Zed's dead.' The elongated handlebars and front forks clearly indicate that this bike is not a bike, it's a chopper. Some clever use of inverted Technic allows the 2x3 dark bley plate to sit studs-downward; it ins't doing anything but being a plate, but I like the touch. Alone of all the models, the chopper's headlight actually faces forward ... ... though you can angle it up if you wish. All three models have a stand; this one and the third are a little different to the primary model. Note the rear mudguard - it's attached studs downward via a clippy-hinge, allowing the use of a slope to give a nice contour, at the expense of ugly visible anti-studs. The chopper has the best steering angle of the three, but even then its play isn't huge. This view allows another look at the SNOT rear mudguard/seat, and also the interesting use of SNOT bows to create a reasonably realistic fuel tank. The long front forks make the chopper's body sit leaning slightly backwards: This isn't the model's best angle: the ugly exposed Technic bricks don't look so hot. Note the construction of black bricks and inverted slopes at the bottom centre: I thought these may be there to prevent excessive downward force breaking the model, but you'd have to use a LOT of force to break it, and the black bricks won't help if you do. Model Three - Retro Bike I was at a slight loss as to what to call this one, but it reminds me quite strongly of 1970s police motorcycles (think Magnum Force). Shop@Home calls it a moped, and you can see why, given the curvy rear end, but then the tyres look a little too beefy. However, the seating configuration would fit with a moped. I like the use of the bows to add curves to the sides, and the angled Technic liftarms to recreate the splashguard (or whatever it might be called!) in front of the footplates. I know nothing about mopeds. It's looking more and more mopedy to me now. Again, the bike leans backward slightly, though not as markedly as the chopper. The rear mudguard is a little basic, but it works; the exhausts, mounted a little too high, less so. Of course, there's a stand, and this one works well. It's design is identical to that of the chopper. This bike has the least effective steering of the three, caused by a slight difference to the design: a 5-long liftarm sits within the prongs of the steering bracket, restricting movement quite severely. The picture is kind to it: the front wheel hardly moves at all. Note that the front headlight always stays in line with the body, which might make driving at night somewhat hairy! Conclusion I'm always impressed by the ability of LEGO designers to cram three models into (most) CREATOR sets, using the same parts to produce a maximum of variety whilst utilising different techniques to keep the builds interesting. At first glance, the three models do look similar (they're all bikes, after all . Except the chopper ) but they are all very different types of bike; thus providing a little education in addition to the building fun - at least for thise who haven't seen Pulp Fiction. This isn't a jaw-dropping set, by any means - but it's fun and instructive. If you can pick one up on sale before it disappears, do so: but if so, with those big tyres that aren't so useful in pairs - if I were you I'd pick up two. Thanks for reading! This quick review is intended to provide a record of this set for posterity without taking an age to write. I don't propose to write every review like this; please do let me know what you think of the concept. Rufus
  5. First official pictures posted by GRogall Here the official press release! Posted 03 August 2012 - 04:28 AM image links to BS gallery with lots of HR images 10229 Winter Village Cottage +12, 1490 pieces, S@H US $99.99, CA $129.99, DE €99.99 , UK £89.99, DK 899 DKK, Available at the Beginning of October. Get cosy in the Winter Village Cottage Continuing the Winter Village series, build the Winter Village Cottage for a perfect holiday home. Seat Grandpa snugly by the fireplace with his newspaper as you help Dad to put up the tree, then bake a feast in the kitchen with Mom! When it’s time to stock up the storage shed with firewood, bring the kids for a ride with Dad on the sled watch him cut the wood with his chain-saw deep in the forest. When the snow gets really deep, clear the road with the snowplough, take all of the kids skiing or build an igloo to play in. There’s no cosier place to spend long, frosty nights! • Includes 8 minifigures: mom, dad, grandma, grandpa, 3 children and snowplow driver with assorted accessories • Features cottage, storage shed, igloo, street lamp, sled and snowplough • Accessories include kitten, owl, fireplace with LEGO light brick function, chandelier, Christmas tree, wreath, gifts, armchair, kitchen appliances and bed • Storage shed features tools and firewood elements • Igloo features fireplace and removable roof • Detach the snowplough to store it in the back of the truck! • Make the fireplace glow with the LEGO® light brick! • Decorate the cottage! • Fetch firewood with the sled! • Drive the snowplough! • Cottage measures 6.7” (17 cm) high, 9.8” (25 cm) wide and 5.5” (14 cm) deep • Storage shed measures 4.3” (11 cm) high, 2.7” (7 cm) wide and 2.7” (7 cm) deep • Igloo measures 2.7” (7 cm) high, 2.7” (7 cm) wide and 2.7” (7 cm) deep • Snowplough measures 2.7” (7 cm) high, 7” (18 cm) long (with plow attached) and 2.3” (6 cm) wide • Add the new Winter Village Cottage to other LEGO® Winter Village series models like the 10199 Winter Toy Shop, 10216 Winter Village Bakery and 10222 Winter Village Post Office Nothing says LEGO® Holiday better than our holiday exclusives. The Winter Village Cottage, our 2012 edition, has holiday excitement around every corner, inside and out. From stringing the lights on the roof to topping the tree with the translucent, yellow star, this set is building proof that the holidays are here. Get into the spirit with this holiday exclusive! First official news of the set.
  6. The 2012 LEGO Minifigure Catalog is now available. On its 170 pages it contains more than 500 minifigures that were released in 2012. I have even been able to include photographs for the ultra rare Super Heroes ComicCon and Toyfair Minifigures (thanks Dan, Greg & Huw!).
  7. DuncanBulk98

    What happened?

    Have any of you seen the Hero Factory episode Breakout? If you have, then what happened in next? I mean, they had that whole cliffhanger and then what? Is it connected to the 2013 story?
  8. Brickington

    Christmas List

    Title says it all. Whether you will buy the sets for yourself or hopefully your family will pitch in and buy you a set. What is on your Christmas List this year?
  9. ACPin

    2012 MOCs

    It's that time of the year again for the recap of this year's MOCs! What are your top five favorites? 1. Talz Encounter, 2. French Spanish Skirmish, 3. Utapau Crab Droid Attack, 4. Naboo Star Viper, 5. Jedi Rescue Mission, 6. March Of The Elves, 7. Roman Turtle, 8. Roswell Circa 2012, 9. Theed Hangar Entry, 10. Spanish Colonization of Latin America, 11. Droids Build Prize Droids, 12. Nexu, 13. Theed Palace Takeover, 14. Acklay, 15. Theed Hangar Battle, 16. Legionaries Ready!, 17. UCS TIE Vviper, 18. Digital Ultra Optics interior, 19. Theed Hangar Encounter, 20. Droids Building Droids, 21. Petranaki Arena, 22. Grievous Arrival On Utapau, 23. Geonosian arena balcony, 24. Theed Palace Breakthrough, 25. Geonosis Separatist Forces, 26. Mounted Narglatch, 27. Reek, 28. The Romans are coming!, 29. Naboo Starfighter Bay, 30. Huntsman Shrine, 31. The Crimson Empire Saga, 32. Santa Yoda XMas, 33. Elf Guards Of Mirkwood, 34. Viking Whaling Outpost AC
  10. Which of these entries (for the 2012 Lego Technic Competition) would you buy, assuming that the price is the same as the basic 9398 4x4 Crawler set? Click on the URL above each image to link to each entry's Gallery, and to check on the number of "Votes" it has. The Competition Gallery has HUNDREDS of entries; the entries pictured below SEEM TO adhere to the Competition Rules. The Top 10 vote-getters will be considered by The Lego Group for the Finals starting on January 1, 2013. 20,000 limited-edition sets of the winning entry will be sold by The Lego Group. Your poll answers are private; you can pick one or more choices. You can add your public opinions as "Replies" to this topic if you'd like. I will be adding additional (compliant) entries to this topic until midnight on New Year's Eve (December 31, 2012). You can adjust your poll selections as required. Again, in this poll you can indicate more than one entry that you would consider buying. Be sure to add your official "Votes" to each entry below that you "Like"! The entries appear in "oldest-to-newest" order; the creation titles are not necessarily what the creators named them. Let's start off with the first 40 compliant entries; more will be added over the next few days. Due to the limits of the poll (20 choices per question), you must select at least one choice in each batch of 20 entries for your poll to count. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * FIRST 20: Alasdair1990's mobile crane -- : laurens-wuyts' yellow Jeep -- -- DOES NOT COMPLY WITH COMPETITION RULES SINCE IT WAS NOT BUILT ON 9398 CHASSIS: psksvpAndRisa's offroader -- : Peconta's winged offroader -- : KingAlexander5th's convertible -- : MarkusOSX's skull offroader -- : freggel2012's red fire truck -- : armin1980's red pickup -- --- PLAGIARIZED ENTRY! Copy of dokludi's original. hrontos' blue Sharkwler -- : NicoGun2002's offroader -- : MrNickLiff's lime green offroader -- : hrontos' great white shark -- : machineBrick's orange Unimog -- : Driva00sCreations' red offroader -- -- DOES NOT COMPLY WITH COMPETITION RULES SINCE IT WAS NOT BUILT ON 9398 CHASSIS : adri2711's tall Unimog -- : reddddoo's yellow dump truck -- : LandRoverTechnic's Land Rover -- : megil07's black offroad tow truck -- : efferman's black panel truck -- : ChrisLegix's moon rover -- : & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & SECOND 20: Driva00sCreations' white offroader -- : bygge_mannen's Volvo offroader -- : alecongedo's offroader -- : brick-king03's Off-road Turbo Truck -- : MarkusOSX's blue-and-white offroader -- : JediForce2011's olive-drab offroader -- : SJoe96's white offroader -- : vwpint's black Police Wagon -- : VFracingteam's double-headed Dakar Monster Truck -- : Crazy_1993's black-and-white safari truck -- : hrontos' green-and-yellow tractor -- : Driva00sCreations' yellow offroader -- : bigappie's offroader -- : hrontos' Quad Bike -- : brick-king03's gray-and-orange offroader -- : _m_w_'s pale yellow offroader -- : sylvius's lime green offroad panel truck -- : brick-king03's baby blue offroader -- : Shuttletyderium's black-and-red offroader -- : Maxou9780's red offroader -- -- DOES NOT COMPLY WITH COMPETITION RULES SINCE IT WAS NOT BUILT ON 9398 CHASSIS :
  11. Again this year on Black (Brick) Friday 23 - 26 November, Lego will be giving away a holiday set with a purchase of €75 £50, $99. 650(DKK) Also on Saturday. November 17, VIP members are able to receive this set early with $99 purchase! (Online Only) Item: 3300014 2012 LEGO® Holiday Set Build a sleigh for the holidays! Create a festive holiday scene featuring a buildable sleigh, horse with movable legs, streetlamp, 2 trees and 4 minifigures! Dash through the snow in a one-horse open sleigh with this exclusive LEGO® set that will put you in the holiday spirit! Features streetlamp, horse with movable legs, 2 trees, bench and 4 minifigures. Makes a great gift or seasonal decoration! • Includes sleigh, snow, bench, 2 trees and 4 minifigures • Also includes LEGO® horse with hinged legs • Trot through the snow with the horse and sleigh! • Build a snowy scene with a pine tree and wooden bench! • Makes a great gift or seasonal decoration! • Horse and sleigh measures 5" (12cm) long • Snow scene measures 5" (12cm) long and over 2" (5cm) wide New HR images of the set added! +2400.pxl Instructions for the set! 2011 Holiday Sets 1/2 2/2 2013 Holiday Sets 1/2 2/2 Enjoy! :caroler: *edit added pic!
  12. There doesn't seem to be a dedicated thread on here about this year's STEAM, so I created this one to show a couple of videos. This one's mine: This one was made by Infinite 8, who were also there on the Saturday with some expensive-looking equipment, and is slightly higher quality: Enjoy.