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  1. Sarophas

    [MOC] Beastman Bust

    Built for CCC-XX Fantasy Creatures Category I spent way to much time on this, but given that this is my first attempt at building a large scale figure it makes sense. Not quite sure how I feel about the result, but hey it's start Check out my other MOC's here:
  2. This year marks the 30th anniversary of Terminator 2: Judgement Day, one of the greatest action movies of all time, and the Marvel comics of the same title that were released to tie in with the movie release. To celebrate this occasion, I have created a bust of one of the iconic T-800 Endoskeletons as seen in the opening scene for this year's Nerdvember challenge. Built in the same style as official LEGO event exclusive character busts and equipped with two light bricks to light up the eyes with the press of a button on each side of the skull, this detailed display piece is designed to look authentic and make every LEGO and Terminator fan go: "I want that!" I hope you like it. I'm off now to build more MOCs. I'll be back.
  3. It all started with the Obelix bust I created 2 years ago. I knew I would eventually build his partner Asterix, since they share many critical characteristics as the helmet, the nose, ears and cheeks. Then I decided to suggest them both as pair on Lego Ideas because I feel they might generate a lot of interest from big Asterix & Obelix fans like me! If you feel like it, take the time to support in on Lego Ideas to become an official Lego set. Support on LEGO Ideas
  4. Put together this Muppet Show Beaker bust for a 16x16 build comp (now ended). Note: these photos have the arms posed wider than the 16x16 footprint limit, and a flame in his hair that would have taken it over the height limit. LEGO Beaker Muppet Bust MOC by jp-30, on Flickr
  5. Pate-keetongu

    [MOC] Mustrum Ridcully Bust

    Here's my newest Discworld build, bust of current Archchancellor of Unseen Univeristy, Mustrum Ridcully. I've built the character in normal scale couple of times, and this bust project is rather old too - it began in autumn 2016 and was on top of a self for over two years... But when I moved recently, I decided to finally finish it, as it looked quite promising. Here's the results. I'm particularly pleased with the facial features and the expression. The beard is bit plain, but it was a conscious choice to reduce the visual noice on the model - it's a large creation, after all. As on the reference books, the hat as couple of drawers to hold fishing hooks and stuff, and there are few hand-tied lure flies stuck to it. More photos and stuff on Cyclopic Bricks.
  6. PolkovnikOnTheWhiteHorse

    [MOC] Sylvanas Windrunner

    Hi all! Let me introduce my new MOC: Sylvanas Windrunner. Sylvanas Windrunner is a fictional character who appears in the Warcraft series of video games by Blizzard Entertainment. Let me introduce you a lego model of this character. Model Specifications: Brick count: 855 psc (includes PF battery block and lights). Height: 24 cm Instruction available on Rebrickable: *Instruction was made using mecabricks, Libre Office, GIMP, and pdfsam. Lighting eyes: Thats all, I hope you enjoed! Comments are welcome. Have a nice day!  You can check my other MOCs on my flickr.
  7. Nuju Metru

    [MOC] Skrulk the Unkind

    I build so many dragons-- so I decided it might be fun to try building one at a different scale! Meet Skrulk, an imposing fire dragon. (All pictures link to their larger versions) From the start, I decided that I'd only be able to make a bust of a dragon. This was because of two factors: one, my limited parts, and two, stability/structual integrity concerns... It would have been a very different engineering challenge to build a full-size dragon at this scale. It's something I might do in future, but it'll certainly take more planning! Having a poseable dragon was important to me, because it's a more fun display piece. I consistently played with balancing flexibility in Skrulk's neck with bulk and covering over vertebral joints. I'm happy with how this bust came out; I think it looks solid from all angles. A simple grey base seemed the best choice to display this bust without upstaging the dragon head, but I also considered a wooden shield and even a mound of treasure as other base options. Thanks for looking. If you've got any feedback, I'd love to hear it! Also, if you want to see more pictures, just check out my Flickr.
  8. Hyler Talliwell

    The Ghost of Lady Sharpe

    Hello all! My latest Lego build is a bust of Lady Sharpe from Guillermo Del Toro's Crimson Peak. While not a major figure in the movie, an album filled with pictures of the ghost actors in their prosthetic make-up made me interested in doing this build. It joins my collection of Del Toro figures; the faun, Pale Man, and Hellboy. Enjoy! Lady Sharpe by The Deathly Halliwell, on Flickr Lady Sharpe2 by The Deathly Halliwell, on Flickr Close-up by The Deathly Halliwell, on Flickr Back Angle by The Deathly Halliwell, on Flickr Thanks for viewing! Feel free to leave a comment or concern. :)
  9. Hyler Talliwell

    [MOC] Gargamel

    A bust of Gargamel, enemy of the Smurfs. This was made to be part of a Smurf display that will be at Brickworld Chicago this coming weekend. Gargamel by The Deathly Halliwell, on Flickr Gargamel2 by The Deathly Halliwell, on Flickr Gargamel3 by The Deathly Halliwell, on Flickr
  10. A kind-of-bust of the Xenomorphs head, based on the Alien from Ridley Scott's 1979 epic Science-Fiction/Horror film Alien. Built for the up-and-comming Armageddon Expo in Dunedin in February/March, so expect many more film and comic book based builds from me in the future. More pictures found over on MocPages;
  11. Joris Blok

    UCS LEGO C-3PO Bust

    'Oh hello! My name is C-3PO, human cyborg relations!' Hi guys! This is my first post on the Eurobricks Star Wars forum, so I'm sorry if things aren't 100% legit. After I built the 10018 Darth Maul Bust I wondered if it was possible to make an UCS LEGO C-3PO bust. Inspired by Erik Varsegi's life sized LEGO C-3PO I built a 1:1 life sized bust that took me 3 months. I started with yellow LEGO bricks (ordered from Bricklink), which I spray painted gold afterwards for a realistic effect. I know a lot of you don't like painting your LEGO, but this is an exception, because I will never take the bust apart and use the bricks for other purposes. Besides, ordering these bricks in gold from Bricklink is incredibly expensive, because it contains 9000+ pieces and some bricks are not available in gold. C-3PO's head can turn 180° degrees. The top of his head is removable and the inside is hollow so you have acces to the eyes. And of course, his eyes lit up like in the movie! The bust weights about 12 kilograms (26,5 pounds). May the force be with you!
  12. Hyler Talliwell

    MOC: Delirium

    Delirium, youngest of the Endless and sister of Dream. My second bust based on Neil Gaiman's "Sandman" series. I liked the light in the background, so didn't edit the photos much. Enjoy! Delirium by The Deathly Halliwell, on Flickr Delirium 2 by The Deathly Halliwell, on Flickr Delirium 4 by The Deathly Halliwell, on Flickr Delirium and Dream by The Deathly Halliwell, on Flickr
  13. Hyler Talliwell

    MOC: Hellboy Bust

    Created for the "20 Years of Hellboy" art contest at
  14. During March i took part in the MocAthalon over at MocPages (kinda using it as a spur to get out of a building slump, really) One of the catagories i was handed was to build a life-sized bust of a real or fictional person. And can i just say, man was this catagory hard... special thanks to whoever thought this catagory up, i had a blast and wow, was i stretched as well! It was my partner who actually suggested i make a bust of David Bowie as she is a huge fan - initally i was dubious but then when i recalled the classic "Aladdin Sane" album cover, i thought, could i actually pull off that lightening bolt across his face? I didn't know.. and there was only one way to find out! ;) I had a hard time photographing this with all the brick shine - i knew i wanted some white background shots to recreate the album cover, but i actually thought it would pop better on black and give viewers a better idea of the sculpting involved. So, here is a full revoloution of Bowie on black: The side on angles were the least flattering and showed where i struggled the most with the anatomy. The face is far too flat and you can see how enlongated the head is. But hey, the Ziggy Stardust character is a kind of alien, right? (Ok, just covering my failings i know!) He really did have an epic mullet in those days. Business on top, party at the back! Well, that's it. C and C welcome as always. Thanks for looking peeps!
  15. Aanchir

    Delwyn Buckler [MOC]

    Meet Delwyn. He's my entry in BZPower's System-Based Creations Contest #2: Build Free or Die Hard! Delwyn's a nice fellow, once you get to know him. Sometimes he gets a bit upset or angry, but he always means well. All images link to Flickr! A bit of backstory to this MOC: I've been trying to build a nice, streamlined human face on LDD for quite some time (I came up with the concept for the mouth, nose, and chin well over a year ago, though I changed the nose design slightly after the debut of the 1x2 bow element this year). I recently made some meaningful progress with this on LDD, which I posted to Flickr. Shortly thereafter I learned that BZPower was having a System-Based Creations contest, so I decided this fellow would become my entry. I ordered the parts I needed to build the head from Bricklink, so that I could experiment a bit more with the build in real life. After I experimented with coloring the hairline black, he started to resemble a ventriloquist's dummy, so that look inspired my design for the chest and shoulders. I was going to call him "Il Fantoccio" ("the puppet"), but decided that was not the best name since it was just a bust and not a complete or functional puppet. I ended up settling on a much sillier name that suited his comical appearance. Thanks for reading! I look forward to hearing people's thoughts on this MOC!
  16. lisqr

    [MOC] Phd Comics

    a bust of the nameless hero from PHD Comics. PHD, stands for "Piled Higher and Deeper", is a comic strip that depicts the ongoing chronicle of life (or the lack thereof) in grad school. As a PhD student myself not long ago, this strip really resonated with me through out the torturous years in grad school. Also please support my cuusoo project for this moc This model can be decorated with different eyes depending on your mood. Will you ever graduate??? More views For more pics Mocpage
  17. I’ve been making an effort to look at more of the different sites FOLs can post their MOCs on lately. And one that caught my eye on ReBrick was a medium-sized bust of Darth Maul with his probe droids. And I thought, “Wow, that’s really nice shaping.” So I clicked on the link back to the builder’s photostream and saw… 4-LOM! Bossk! Dengar! Zuckuss! IG-88! White Boba Fett! Some Clone Wars bounty hunters I don’t care about! ( ) All beautifully sculpted and detailed. Excellent work using a variety of shapes to sculpt instantly-recognizable characters at this scale. Look at the bandages on Dengar. Look at the expression of Bossk. But he’s also made two other characters in addition to the nine bounty hunters and the pilot Luke Skywalker at the beginning of this post, and one of those really caught my eye. The head, especially the mouth, on this Greedo: Incredible. The models are also on CUUSOO.