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  1. Hi! That is my entry for the new contest: a tractor mixed with a dragster with a cartoon style! I amplified the shapes of a real tractor: I put huge rear wheels compared to the frond ones, there are 2 big headlights on the front of the hood... The only fonction of this MOC is that it is powered by a pull back motor. (Also, you can move the spoiler because it is fixed with a pin with friction, but that doesn't upgrade the playability) The anti-roll bar has a real utility. Without, the tractor finishes on its roof. The shock absorber is really useful: without, at the acceleration, the drive wheels "jump", they are not in contact with the floor anymore, so the motor is not used at 100%. So actually, the tractor does wheelies smoothly. That's all!
  2. This is a series of five satirical creations I've designed to examine our relationship with technology. Let me know what you think! No.1 "Sleepless" No.2 "Picture Perfect" No.3 "Out of Guntrol" No.4 "Fixing the Drain" No.5 "Held Apptive" The whole gang...
  3. britbloke77

    [MOC] Meet The Flintstones

    This is my LEGO Ideas The Flintstones set proposal HERE I have over half the votes needed for LEGO to review it. Larger and more images HERE Beyond The Brick interview showing physical build HERE The car is attached to the stand / dirt road by a ball joint, so it can be positioned dynamically, and look like the weight of the ribs is tipping it. (The graphics on the Minifigures and other elements were added on top of the photos in Photoshop, Dino is a render composited in ) Thanks, Andy
  4. So not being satisfied with the Goblin Gliders provided in the Ghost Rider and Bridge Battle sets I made my own, based on the ones used in the 90s Fox Kids cartoon that I grew up with. Enjoy Reference:
  5. Commander Wolf

    [MOC] "Workshop" House

    Hi all, I'm mainly a train guy, but I have a mild interest in architecture and an opinion on what I want in building design. This year I decided that I would build a house for our LUG's annual Christmas show, and of course it took me basically the whole year to design and build something I liked. I actually started with three design "concepts" that I felt were worth trying to implement: "open" house, "indoor-outdoor" house, and "workshop" house (this one). I won't say much about the former two since I may still want to build them in the future, but workshop eventually won because I had more issues shrinking the other two (more on that in a bit). The concept behind the workshop house is simple: the bottom floor is entirely workspace and the second floor is entirely living space. That's it. I build scale models for my trains, so I originally intended to make a scale model for this house, but it very quickly became apparent that a scale model would be really, really big, even after I reduced the scope (fewer rooms) of the design. It was only on the third revision that I finally decided to make it more of an "architectural concept" than a scale model, and tried to design it with the same level of fidelity as say a Creator or Modular building. And that's the one I actually built. In this design I also tried to manifest some themes I'm indirectly interested in exploring: the contrast between old and new, open floorplans, and the inclusion/intrusion of nature. For example, the workshop section of the house is built to suggest brick, something very heavy, while the top is designed to look more modern, something more light. The kitchen/dining room/living room are all in the same space, and the only private sections are a bathroom and bedroom. Finally the workshop has wide sliding doors on both ends such that it can essentially be transformed into an outdoor space. Finally, because I was looking at Creator sets for inspiration, the house also folds open down the center. I'm not sure how much play value there is in a thing like this, but at least you can see inside. Looking at the furnishings I can elaborate what I meant when I said "architectural concept" vs "scale model": in this house there isn't explicitly all the things you would need to make it livable, which is what allows to not be huge. There isn't like a shower or a kitchen sink or a refrigerator, rather there is a suggestion that there is a bathroom and a kitchen in their respective locations. Most of the furniture is stolen from official sets. I'm really not into furniture as much as the building-level idea. Those doors aren't really supposed to be clear, but I couldn't find anything opaque, and I wanted viewers to be able to look into the rooms. Finally there is a laundry room on the roof and an opening thing that was supposed to be a skylight (you can see it in the LDD model), but the old skylight piece turned out to be very hard to get. I think that's everything I have to add; there is of course a full gallery if it ever gets moderated, and if you are in the SF Bay Area you can see the house for yourself at the BayLUG Christmas display.
  6. This is a LEGO Ideas project I have made of Rockie - a guitarist that can keep the beat to the music. See more at the project site. I would appreciate if you gave it a look and your support! Rockie's head and neck can move (the same kind of mechanism I used in my Star Wars Bobbleheads) and if you have some music on and tap on his head it looks like he is keeping the beat to the music. See a video that demonstrates this . Rockie is a teenager who dreams of becoming a great music star one day. "Practice makes perfect!" is his motto. So far his only fan is his mouse friend Mac who always sits and listens to his guitar play. He specifically enjoys playing rock music, but also other kinds of music like jazz and blues.
  7. This is my version of Donald Duck's car in LEGO. It was a challenge to build eventhough it is so small, but of course a fun challenge! I would appreciate if you also had a look at the LEGO Ideas-project here. Some history Donald Duck´s car made its first appearence in the movie "Don Donald" from 1937, and in 1938 it was introduced in the newspaper comics by Al Taliaferro. The design is originally based on an "American Bantam 1938"-car, but has changed slightly over the years and varies from different cartoonists. Its name "The 313" comes from the license plate that has number 313, which also is the day when Donald Duck was born (13th of March). The design is mainly inspired by the original fictiv car "Belchfire Runabout", which you can see in the last photo.
  8. Hi everyone. Although my Lego building projects aren't normally Star Wars related, I've been collecting the sets and mini-figures for the last 6 months. To bring them all together and to celebrate Christmas, I put together a short comic book style story based on a Christmas Party MOC. I hope you like the idea. Maybe the story isn't the funniest or the most accurate, but it's intended to be a fun first try at something new based on one of our Lego MOCs. I'd love to hear your comments. Thanks, Mike .
  9. Hi all Lego fans from Eurobricks, I'm new in the forum, my name is Alvin and this is my first time posting MOC in EurobricksI I would like to share my MOC, The Centurions from the 80s. It is a cartoon long forgotten but lets bring it back to the 20th Century! If you like it please support at https://ideas.lego.com/projects/67250 , thanks for your time, enjoy! Centurions 30th Anniversary The Centurions The Villains 1) Doc Terror 2) Hacker Thanks for your viewing!Please support at https://ideas.lego.com/projects/67250
  10. LEGO Mixels 2014 Discussion Series 1 41500: Flain 41501: Vulk 41502: Zorch '' 41503: Krader 41504: Seismo 41505: Shuff 41506: Teslo 41507: Zaptor 41508: Volectro Series 2 41509: Slumbo 41510: Lunk 41511: Flurr 41512: Chomly 41513: Gobba 41514: Jawg 41515: Kraw 41516: Tentro 41517: Balk Wave 3 41518: Glomp 41519: Glurt 41520: Torts 41521: Footi 41522: Scorpi 41523: Hoogi 41524: Mesmo 41525: Magnifo 41526: Wizwuz
  11. https://ideas.lego.com/projects/76530 In celebration of Doraemon's creator Fujiko F. Fujio's 80th Anniversary, I present to you my rendition of the robotic cat from the 22nd century, Doraemon and his creators Hiroshi Fujimoto San and Motoo Abiko San in minifigure form. Doraemon has been an integral part of my childhood, and I believe many of you share the same experience too! Please support and spread the word about this project and let us embark on a great adventure with Doraemon again! The set is equipped with Doraemon's fourth-dimensional pocket from which he produces futuristic gadgets such as the Small Light and the Takecopter. Doraemon also comes with interchangeable eyes, articulated head, shoulder and alternate build for open and closed mouth. Let's not forget Doraemon's favorite snack Dorayaki! Thank you for your support! https://ideas.lego.com/projects/76530
  12. WARHEAD

    Brainless

    Just a cartoony bot missing some gray matter. Not really much to say about this, just wanted to use some new parts I got. Thanks for taking a look!
  13. WARHEAD

    Goofy

    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!
  14. LegoJalex

    [MOC] Inspector Gadget

    Here is a little LEGO set about the animated TV show Inspector Gadget from the 1983. I have also created a CUUSOO project about it - http://lego.cuusoo.c...deas/view/57177 These are some of the characters from the series. Here Inspector Gadgets van is transformed into a policecar. This is Dr Claws flying ship and Inspector Gadgets van. .