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  1. Hello People :) After all this time I’m back with a new creation . The reason you haven’t seen anything for so long is because I went through a process of rethinking the way I build . I used to mainly recreate models from Star Wars or DC comics , with a sole purpose of making the MOC look as accurate to the original as possible , sacrificing stability , playability and overall good structure most of the time . I was no longer satisfied with that . From now on my goals are to build MOCs that both look good , and also are fun , playable , contain smart play features and generally function well as toys. The first result of this “new style” is what you see below : my own original Batmobile. While it draws inspiration from a couple of Batmobiles ( mainly Arkham Knight’s and BvS’s) it is my own spin on the classic vehicle , the Predator . It’s packed with action features : a stud shooter turret , a “hook” style spring-loaded shooter, opening trunk with all the gear you’ll need ( batarangs , a new remote batarang made from some old knight helmet feathers , extra ammo and a line launcher ) and the ability to transform between two modes , one ideal for battles and one built for speed. Also, the turret can be swapped out for a winch , which can be attached to the front spring loaded shooter and then shot - you can catch enemies’ vehicles , bring down walls , shoot it towards a roof and then climb , the possibilities are endless. I have also built a display MOC for my Batmobile - which is the first segment of what will eventually become a full Batcave . It has working lights and spins slowly - as a car turntable should. I would love to hear your thoughts and opinions on this . Do you like this new style of building ? Do you like the look of the car ? What about the functions ? Do you want to see a full Batcave ? Your comments are very important to me :)
  2. This is our new Arkham Knight minifigure. Hope you all love this. Click below link for more photos LEQO LEQO | MOC PAGE
  3. Hardly finished anything on this model, but felt like sharing the progress so far anyway. Building this is the goal: Here's a video which shows various functions of the batmobile in the game: I am planning to add the following functions: -2x XL motor for 4WD (I expect the total weight to be about 3-4kg, so I reckon I could use their power. I am a little afraid of breaking gears/axles, so still have L motors as a backup plan. -2 servo motors which are going to provide 3 ways of steering: Normal drive with airflaps to assist steering (as seen in the video) 360 degree turn on the spot (unfortunately not in the video but it can do this) Battle tank mode with crab steering -2 M motors for the turret and opening the cockpit for Batman to get in (I expect to add that function anyway besides the 2 functions I want for the turret) -9 PF lights, among which 1 set for the afterburner in "normal drive mode" I wanted to built this model since Januari, I even briefly considered it for TC7, but Jim and I both agreed that this vehicle fails the "looks like a normal car in non-battle mode" Meanwhile some other people on Eurobricks had a crack at the model (click en clicker) I liked the first topic alot for the CGI pictures of the batmobile like this, because seeing all the details on a model that's mostly black ingame is kind of hard. The fact that Warner Bros cancelled the version of the game that came with a scale model of the batmobile didn't help either, luckily these pictures also help for getting the scale right in the MOC. The second topic is pretty nice for some of his brickbuild solutions. An area I am not too familiar with since I built mostly Technic and lack knowledge of normal Lego parts. Two things I don't like about the second model: the wheels are too small (or the model too big for the wheels), especially shows around the wheelarches, but the wheelarches on my model are too thick too, but not as much as this one I think. The other thing is that he cut and drilled some parts to fit the model. I like to find solutions within the Lego system, so modding is a big no-no for me. Anywho, time for some pictures. It isn't much (not even in time invested, since I just did a little every moment I had time for it), but at least I can copy-paste to the other side instantly, assuming I don't have to make adjustments (as if lol) The midsection is just for me to get a rough idea of how it will look (leaning on a BB so it won't fall over). So it's lacking details just about everywhere in that section. Wheels and stuff missing some details too, but I want to get a functional model first. Every wheel needed to have 3 things: drive, steering and lights. The real model has electro motors on each wheel, I briefly considered mounting a M or L motor on the side and have it drive the wheel, but getting it locked in place there wouldn't look right with the actual model (wire of the L motor basically going over the inner tire). One thing I haven't looked into though is making my own rims for the tires, I will see how this works out first. The wires for the lights have been in many places and this is just about the only place where they don't interfere with the steering and driving gears. Here you can also see the main reason why my wheelarch is too thick: I needed 2 studs to fit those functions above the wheel. I am afraid the structure holding the wheels proves to be too weak for the full model, so might have to reinforce that later on. XL motor's spot is up for the debate. It will probably end 2 studs lower. Gear ratio at the moment is 1:1 (I think), not sure which way I am going to go with that since the XL is known to break gears and axles Battle tank crab steering mode. My model won't make 360+ turns with the wheels, nor even 180 degrees for 2 reasons - 360+ I am not feeling because of the wires getting tangled up - 180 degrees isn't going to really work with the servo. I want to use the servo for snappy steering like the real thing. The liftarm for the steering is a stud closer to the middle of the car than i'd like, but this was the spot to at least get a 100-120 degree turn. One servo will function as a gearbox between the different driving modes while the other servo just steers. I chose this setup to be able to switch quickly between steering modes, just like in the game. Lights had to be used on this model. I am still looking for a way to get the lights to turn red when he enters battle mode, but I don't know where or how (open for suggestions). The reason the rear doesn't have 3 lights on the wheel (does ingame), is because these are rarely shown (battle mode only, and only with the wheel at an angle). In case you wonder about some angles in this model. Pretty early in the build I lost track of what's 100% clean so I just began testing stuff by fixing a liftarm on 1 side and lining it up with the hole I wanted to use on the other end. If I could spin an axle freely in this hole, I gave it the thumbs up, if not, back to looking for another solution. One funny spot on the model where there is pressure, is at the rear, thanks to the freaking 12L soft axles, which quite frankly aren't acting so soft! If the soft axles aren't locked into to place the triangle above the rear lights aren't pushed into the 5x7 panles on the top, they push them slightly in when they are connected Some panels are only fixed in 1 spot, to give them room to move slightly around another panel/axle/liftarm if needed. I noticed a little late that some photo's are a little blurry, sorry, will check it next time. Next up: the actual chassis.
  4. Hi, I would like to show you my latest creation - the arkham knight batmobile with battle mode action feature. Please find link to the video and some pics below. Thanks for watching! yt video -
  5. FTG Prime

    (MOC) Arkham Knight Batmobile

    Hello everyone. So first of all this model is design by Ninynuts which was based after TT's design used for Lego Batman 3.I say it's his design because he changed some pieces and well he build the hole thing. Nintynut's Arkham Knight Batmobile-Battle mode by FTG Prime (Customs MOC's and random stuff), en Flickr The only thing that i did was build the model IRL that included modding the thing to be a little more steady(the main body is really solid actually),unfortunaly i had to glue some parts of the vehicle it self in order to be sturdy because some of the parts are just connected by 1 stud. Something i found while building this beauty was that the windshield does not exist on Trans-Clear or Trans-Black which kinda sucks(if TLG releases one in those colors i'll update the photos). Also i would love to post this when the game was released but i had some issues to get the windshield. The car as you can see on the photos has a fully functional Pursuit Mode and Battle Mode,unfortunally she doesn´t roll because i added 2 2x4 Trans-Clear bricks to balance the wheight. Nintynut's Arkham Knight Batmobile-Pursuit mode. by FTG Prime (Customs MOC's and random stuff), en Flickr Nintynut's Arkham Knight Batmobile-Pursuit mode(Front) by FTG Prime (Customs MOC's and random stuff), en Flickr Nintynut's Arkham Knight Batmobile-Battle mode(360-wheel spin) by FTG Prime (Customs MOC's and random stuff), en Flickr Nintynut's Arkham Knight Batmobile-Battle mode(Back) by FTG Prime (Customs MOC's and random stuff), en Flickr Also i´m sorry if this post is kinda messy but this is my first time posting actuallly something here on Eurobricks. Here's the LEGO Ideas page if you want to show your support:"https://ideas.lego.c...projects/89313" I hope that you love this thing as much as i do,any type of feedback is welcome. Be the Batman.
  6. Everybody loved the Arkham games, right? And we're all even more excited with the release of Batman Arkham Knight in June! I know it's not just me, everybody wishes Lego would make some awesome sets from the Arkham series. I'm here to make that wish come true! I've created a large array of sets from every game in the Arkham Series! With the very much appreciated help of Logan Fulford, Spartan Bricks, Billy Riner, and The MooseFigs on flickr, I've added some awesome figures that everybody will want to get! Arkham Origins Ambush at the docks- Deathstroke, Batman Blackgate escape- Killer Croc, Black Mask, Batman, Black Mask Thug Arkham Asylum Arkham West- Psychopath, Joker Goon (Sniper), Poison Ivy Killer Croc's Lair- Killer Croc (Big-Fig), Aaron Cash, Batman Arkham City The Courthouse- Two Face, Two Face Goon, Batman, Catwoman The Sewers- Joker Thug (Armored), Joker Thug (Armed), Batman, The GCPD Lab- Mr. Freeze, Batman, Penguin Thug (Armed) Funhouse Ambush- Batman, Harley Quinn, The Joker, Mr. Hammer, Joker Thug The Battle for Immortality- Batman, Ra's Al Ghul, Talia Al Ghul, Ninja The Final Act- Clayface, Sick Joker, Batman Arkham Knight Modular Ace Chemicals Power plant- Batman, The Arkham Knight, Scarecrow, Hostage, 2 Arkham Knight's Henchman (Armed) Obviously, there are no pictures of these sets at the moment. I wanted to get this project up right away! Keep coming back and check my updates, because I will be coming up with new set designs, pictures, and sets every other day! Please check out Logan Fulford, Spartan Bricks, Billy Riner, and Moose Figs on flickr!\
  7. Hi Everyone, I would like to present my latest version of the Batcave I've been building for some time. As I'm planning to upload the instructions for all the bat vehicles (and one nightwing bike) feel free to tell me wich one would you like to get first.