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  1. Welcome to Feel Good Island! This is your Captain DoubleBU speaking. Thank you for chosing Air "Feel Good Island" for your trip. We're ready for take-off in about 10 minutes, so please switch off your mobile phones and fasten your seat belts. During your flight with us you can experience and enjoy the following features: - Power Functions as well as (switchable) manual mode - Many rotating/moving elements - Detailed environment (with some Easter Eggs) for nice display - Also a stable and heavy structure for heavy play - Accessible battery box withoutdisassembling the whole island, completely hidden inside the structure - A landing mode, optionally with or without the specially designed tensegrity stand. - A tensegrity stand that very stably supports the island in a floating position but also allows you to easily pick it up for play. For further information please refer to our brochures "Feel Good Island" or "Tensegrity Stand" right in front of you. Thank you very much for your attention and I wish you a pleasant flight...!
  2. LaurentB

    Final Fantasy VII Midgar

    Hola, I wanted to get back to Eurobricks to show some of my MOCs, and I wanted to enjoy the release of Final Fantasy VII on PS4 to conclude my Midgar miniscale model. I literally spent several years until I get the technic and receive the last parts and finish the building. It is based on the 1997 version. I can still improve it by adding smoke on the Mako reactors and details on the slums underneath the plate, but here I wanted to share my work with you :) Feel free to comment and to visit my Flickr page to see more pictures ! But please forgive the poor quality of the pictures, I don't exactly have a professional stuff... Midgar by Laurent Le Berre, on Flickr IMG_20200411_175440 by Laurent Le Berre, on Flickr IMG_20200411_175516 by Laurent Le Berre, on Flickr IMG_20200411_174609 by Laurent Le Berre, on Flickr IMG_20200411_174441 by Laurent Le Berre, on Flickr
  3. 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
  4. Hi! It's been awhile since my last post. Here's the rebuild of my previous MOC ~ Chocobo. I'm not satisfed with the previous one so i dismentled it and rebuid. Only the chocobo head i unchange it ;p Hope you guys like it. Thanks for viewing.
  5. This was one of those crazy ideas we have when are discussing with other LUG fellows. This guy from PLUG defied me to show a LEGO robot that translates conversation, much like the C3PO protocol droid from Star Wars. As usual, he wasn't really expecting ti could be possible with LEGO. I only had a couple of hours so I decided to copy a Raspsberry Pi approach of using “the Cloud”. Google offers a one year free trial so I registered and tried a few examples on my Ubuntu laptop, amazing what one can do with just a few curl commands! I wrote a sort of short tutorial. It is now obsolete but helps showing the way for further attempts. I used an USB microphone because I assumed there was no LEGO microphones. But there is - the LEGOCam (MINDSTORMS RCX Vision) has an embedded mic, sound quality isn't great but might (big might) be used - that would make a 100% LEGO hardware solution. By that time I had problems with initial authentication times - it took almost a minute before I can start using the Google services and it needed to be renewed after an hour. EV3 CPU is slow but probably not the only reason here so one of these days I might try it again. Of course, using a Raspberry Pi and a BrickPi would give much better results.
  6. Hello there! Sharing my latest MOC,Cloud riding on Chocobo from Final Fantasy 7. Hope you like like. Thanks and brick on!
  7. Hello there! Sharing my latest MOC---- Barret from video game Final Fantasy 7. Barret is one of my faovarite character in Final Fantasy saga. He is the leader of an eco-terrorist group AVALANCHE. His right arm was mangled in the loss of his hometown, and has been replaced with his weapon, the gun-arm, which lets him interchange various weapon attachments to it. Hope you guys like it. Thanks ad BRICK ON!
  8. Hello there! Sharing my latest MOC, characters from 1997 classic RPG game Final Fantasy 7. I am the fan of this SONY playstation exclusive video game series. Final fantasy 7 is one of my all time favourites. I like its story line, characters, battle scenes and even its background music. I bought this game through Applestore recently and play it again before i start making these MOCS. Hope you all like it. Thank you and BRICK ON! ~ The End ~ ;P
  9. I love building cars. They're diverse, beautiful, and small enough to be built from spare pieces and scratch. So I went ahead and built a Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II. It's fancy, it's sleek, it's a bit of a challenge (just the right amount) and it looks fantastic on display. I love this model. I've built a Chevrolet Bel Air from 1957~ (I'll post it at a later date) and I'm working on a Plymouth Special Deluxe, but that one's stalled due to a lack of brown pieces. So far the Rolls has no functionality. Nothing opens, there's no motor and nothing in the trunk. But I'm working on it and you can expect a few updates soon! :) Luckily, LEGO doesn't yet own the Rolls Royce license, so I managed to put it on LEGO Ideas. Here's the link if you'd like to support the project (every supporter is greatly appreciated (obviously)): That's it for now, I'll get back to you all when I'm done adding some functionality to the car.
  10. darththeling

    [MOC] Cloud City (rebuilt)

    Hello again, Eurobricks members, There were a few different incarnations of Cloud City that I've been messing around with for the past few years. I have a lot of OT Lego but I'm often surprised at the lack of sets aimed at screen time in the original trilogy. I believe Cloud City, Yavin IV and Degobah are underrepresented in TLG's catalog of sets. Luckily, LEGO is a construction toy and making a set exactly the way you want it is a matter of motivation (obsession). I've lost count but I believe this is the 8th version of this model... another thread here contains my 2nd attempt: http://www.eurobrick...showtopic=59737 Thanks to everyone for the kind words about the old model. Cloud City... it's an obession for me to find the 'right' way to do it in Lego. I was very critical of TLG's 10123 design I found myself returning to the strip-mall style of it... where the exterior of Cloud City is expressed on one side of each modular piece and the other side contains the room and play area. But after ripping apart and rebuilding from scratch a half dozen times I then tried to make a more custom version of 10123 but with more adaptability in the re-arranging of rooms. I've come up with something that has many different combinations of play/display. There is no basic "default" state for the arrangement yet. Here's this model in it's entirety so far (above). The carbonite chamber is the heart of Cloud City and the source of its income and prosperity for collecting and manufacturing the tibanna gas from Bespin. My Besgas 3 platform from the other models had been revamped and improved with some half-rounded pieces. There's no place for figs to stand but it seemed an important "feel" to Cloud City to have at least one. So the carbonite chamber doesn't have a lowering/raising mechanism included, however for the sake of expansion I did leave a sizable hole in the floor... eventually I'll engineer some kind of crank that raises/lowers a HanSoloSickle. One very difficult aspect of Cloud City are all the lighting effects that are not easily registered in Lego but remain inportant when re-creating key scenes... within the chamber itself it's good to have some blue in the background. My solution so far was to include some transparent pieces on the backside of the carbon freezing chamber to give it the blue feeling like in those dueling scenes (see below). Another problem altogether is the orange glow of Cloud City when the heros are arriving/escaping at sunset... but I dash of orange pieces here and there fix that. I'm satisfied with the mini Cloud Cars over full size ones, they add that important hint of orange. I did add a light brick here because I feel the carbonite chamber is such an important location and the heavy light there really adds to the mood of the room. You can move the light brick down and out of the way for dueling play... and of course the top comes off completely to access the chamber unimpeded. Jabba's Palace 9516 gave me the idea about having one big rounded corner "main" area that all of the other areas could connect to... and I took the idea of the removable top and stuck it in there as well. The result is a very playable carbonite chamber complete with pipes and tubing for Luke to hang from and an all-too-easy lever. The top 'hat' piece slides off easy for duels in the chamber. There's also the extension platform where the duel ends. It can easily hang over a tabletop for some handless Luke diving. "Come with me. It is the only way." There are three other "main" areas, two hallway areas left and right which lead to East and West platforms and a back area with the dining room, hotel suite and all the utility rooms from the film. I squeezed as much as I could into each scene without going crazy on the piece count. Which is something I think TLG tries to do with big playsets. But I fully realize that to pull off the sleek, 70s feel of Cloud City I'll need a lot more smooth white tiles. The hallways are small and bare but do the job of allowing characters to sneak around Cloud City trying to avoid detection. One of these hallways feature a large decorative sculpture. The two angled areas contain a guard rail (love this piece, have to get another) and a table with chairs. I haven't completed the decals yet but these smooth 1x2 pieces on the table will eventually become Sabbac cards. I tried to build a casino into Cloud City many times but it's lack of appearance on-screen in the movies confuses the overall 'look' of being identifiable. I feel that gambling is a big part of the Cloud City experience, although not seen in ESB. The hatch (below) was used in many attempts to get the scene where Luke escapes from the underside of Cloud City back to the Falcon. But doing it underneath Cloud City and making it accessible is nearly impossible... although I'm sure Stoutfiles' full scale globe-shaped Cloud City could pull it off!! We've got two holding cells on the top. The left is the prison that Leia, Chewie, Han and C3P0 are taken to after their "dinner" with Vader. Chewie is trying to fix C3P0. No one in the dining area at the moment. When there are, I'm sure they'd be honored if you would join them. There's the garbage room with a cute reference with the 'recycling' sign that will be replaced once I find another white thin wall piece. ;) Ow!! That thing hurts. "They never even asked me anything..." The window of the dining area needs a sticker to from a circular window. The Ugnots (sp?) need work. The faces work I think but they need blue jackets and caps. Having a rim around the garbage room allows for lots of fun bits to be laid in there... somewhat like the Death Star 10188's does. I have no idea how TLG will figure this out (if they ever revisit Cloud City). Also some little spikes on the top of the Cloud City dome (above the carbonite chamber) could use more detail. Thoughts, suggestions? Were this to develop more I plan to make 4 Lego boxes to show off the units individually; I'd love to see this as a playset for about $160 total but broken into $40 pieces that can be collected x4: The Carbonite Chamber, The East Platform, The West Platform and the Hospitality District. Until TLG makes an official follow up to their old set, this will tide me over. I think Cloud City is a fantastic challenge. It has a very recognizable outer shape and for a long time I was hung on making that shape look right as well as the inside. But now I feel that as long as the play areas are correct this 'city' playset will do the trick. Thanks for reading and please share your criticisms and observations. darththeling
  11. I've wanted to build this for a long time. I made my Cloud minifig with purist parts only. If anyone has suggestions for making him better with existing TLG pieces, I welcome your feedback. The stained-glass mosaic is supposed to represent a phoenix.
  12. Here we see the first section of the Rebuilt Cloud Cuckoo Land. It was constructed by Princess Unikitty herself, with help from fellow master builders Benny the 1980-something space guy, Abraham Lincoln, and Joey the Snail. Abraham helped with the plans, which were subsequently thrown out the window (literally) in favor of building out of imagination. Needless to say, Lincoln was pretty upset, and decided to go the Theater to calm down... Anyway, Benny then brought in his friend the Doctor to help with the matter of turning Unikitty's M.C. Escher - style design into something more reasonable. Needless to say, reason lost out to bright colors and swirly disc-things. In summary, Unikitty and Joey built what you see here in about an hour-and-a-half of frantic building, finding cool parts and placing them in odd ways, plus adding force-shields so that the Fall of Cuckoo Land should never happen again. Here we see the ground floor.... wait a minute: Joey the Snail hopped into the frame at the last minute! Oh well, it's too late to change it now! Here we see a birds-eye view of the tower's top floor, the second floor, and the ground. Joey usually sits on the two jumpers on the ground floor, while Unikitty attaches to the jumper on the top floor. Here is a look behind the front wall... there really isn't much to look at! MY NOTES: Okay, so I bought set 70803 (Cloud Cuckoo palace) and modified it a bit. I don't have an LDD file, and couldn't tell you what remains from the original set and what I modified. Also, I wanted to wait until Buster the jalopy was finished, but that won't be for a couple weeks, so I posted it as-is. Oh, and the reason why Unikitty isn't in any photos is because she isn't finished... yet. Also: If you are wondering who buster the Jalopy is, please see this thread: http://www.eurobrick...owtopic=117454\ Comments and questions welcome!
  13. ADHO15

    [MOC] Twin-Pod Cloud Car

    Hi everyone. It's been quite a while since I last posted a MOC here but having recently started re-watching the Star Wars films, I have been trying my hand at several LDD models. And so, I present to you the Storm IV Twin-Pod Cloud Car. Best known for its appearance in The Empire Strikes Back during the approach to Bespin's Cloud City, this relatively small vehicle was a fair challenge due its smooth, rounded shape which can be quite difficult to replicate in LEGO. Given the vast expansion of rounded LEGO parts created since the release of LEGO's first and only System-scale version of this ship, improving upon their design was not all that difficult. Front & Rear views: As always, I try my best to keep a 'realistic' head on when designing an LDD MOC, meaning that the model should be able to be built using real LEGO parts were they available. Obviously many of the parts used in this MOC aren't available in the colours used, but that's just one of the many advantages that designing in LDD gives! The central grey tiles are not attached - instead they represent stickers that would give the model more detail. Blaster stickers could also be placed on the fronts of each pod. Top: Side: The top of cockpit can be tilted back to reveal an interior on both sides, complete with control panels, steering wheel, seat and crude storage space behind. These are four potential figs that could accompany this vehicle should it be released as a LEGO set. You can vote at the top for which figs you think would best suit this set if LEGO were to release it. Given the model's size, without any scenery or additions, I think two (max of three) figures would be reasonable. The only new moulds that would be necessary in this set would be the Cloud Car Pilot's helmet, released in orange (LDD's Neon Orange used for closest match) with yellow printing down the centre. The figure would have goggles and a chinstrap printed onto his face, similar to a modern Rebel Pilot fig, possibly with a generic face on the reverse side without goggles. He'd have torso and leg printing too, as well as a dark grey blaster pistol. The second fig is the same Lobot fig as seen in set 9678 - minus the blaster. A new curly hairpiece for Lando could be a nice addition to this set, but not an essential one. Lando is, of course, in his Cloud City outfit - an update of this fig. He'd come with a standard blaster. The final figure would be an update of the Bespin Guard figure from set 6209. He would have be a generic guard with a moustached face, based on little known character Helder Spinoza. He would have a printed torso and printed arms and legs, as well as a grey pistol. Below are two potential cockpit designs. I found the cockpit to be the most difficult part of the vehicle to shape. You can vote at the top for which one you prefer. Please complete the polls at the top of this page. Once the best set idea has been established I will upload the model to LEGO Ideas and add a link here for you to show your support. LXF File Thanks for looking.
  14. My obsession with making a Lego Cloud City has come full circle. Initially I was disappointed and bewildered by the images of the official Lego release of 2003. "What a piece of junk." Of course with 2D photos it's sometimes difficult to fully appreciate a Lego model properly. After a half dozen or so attempts at Cloud City over the past 3 years I'm still tearing these study models apart, unsatisfied with my approach. The most recent victim was this build, however I did spare the carbonite pit. I don't believe that Cloud City is unbuildable but I'm struggling with the inspiration for it these days. It's such a critical part of The Empire Strikes Back, it must be included in any serious OT collection! The last year of Lego Star Wars releases (2012~2013) has been a great pleasure on my shelf and a great pain in the wallet. (I'm looking at you, Jabba's Palace and Rancor Pit!) Upon careful study of 10123, reading reviews and analysis it was decided that I must have 10123 and only by building it will I truly understand the nuances, high points and low points of the only official Cloud City release. Imagine my horror upon finding that a complete kit was worth about $700 used. But looking at the major pieces of the kit I was fairly certain that I had most of the parts lying about needed to build most of the main part of the set... there were major omissions like the baseplates and some special pieces like the carbon rods (little transOrange ones) but I felt that I could check out instructions online and study printed out photos of 10123 and rebuild it pretty close to the official version. As I proceeded to start I found myself "building around" the problem areas and offering my own solutions. For example, I wanted a fairly smooth floor in the dining area so I ended up doing my own thing in there and taking out the sculpture to offer more minifig spaces. I didn't have all the correct pieces or colors so I built what I could and plan to swap out some proper parts when I come across them. There's no rush, and I'm so glad I didn't end up dropping $700 that I don't have on the original model! Yikes. The "force" mechanisms in the dueling room were easy enough but for the floor flipper I tried to improve on it and added a storage area for weapons underneath. The carbonite pit is completely manual with no crank; you must pull up on the chamber lift. You can rotate Han underneath from his minifig version to the 'old style' slab piece of Han frozen in carbonite. The front door lifts up simply without a gimmick. Finally being able to play with and display and reflect on this official version of Cloud City, I must admin that in front of me, it's actually better than expected. The usual criticisms are more or less true (doesn't really look like Cloud City from the film, missing the torture room, etc) but it's fun to play with and somehow effective at being Cloud City even though the resemblance is kind of a stretch. On my shelf I display it wall size out, so the rooms are hidden which looks much better IMHO. Part of the reason I'm so pleased with it (albeit not 100% complete) is that I'm not out $700 for it!! For anyone who bought this used, do you feel it was worth the money? Eventually I will add to this model... another three large areas in pretty much the same configuration to expand on what's been completed. I'll add a torture area/holding cell, hotel suite for Leia, Han and Chewie and some landing platforms for the cloud cars. I may also be inspired to improve the carbonite chamber. The three areas separate and fasten together like 10123 does. I don't miss the enormous landing pads as most of the ships that visit Cloud City are better off landing next to it and the minifigs can gather on the small platform from my last attempt at Cloud City. Besides, I don't have the room on my shelf for those huge platforms! I built the three major baseplates from the common 4x4 curved pieces. That's my rant about making 10123 from spare parts... it was super fun. I enjoyed the challenge of following the instructions and adapting without the required parts. I didn't think I had so many spare parts to do this but I guess I had enough... if you are aching for a new Cloud City, can't wait for it (like me) and have enough spare pieces lying about, I highly recommend taking a crack at it. "This deal's getting worse all the time!" - Lando, bidding on eBay for a complete 10123 with box and instructions!
  15. This LEGO model is of the motorcycle (the Fenrir) that the main character Cloud Strife uses in the movie Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children from 2005. I tried to build it as detailed as possible, but still keep it in minifig size. I originally created this model for a LEGO CUUSOO project, but unfortunately it was not approved since they do not accept projects based on the franchise Final Fantasy. Here is Cloud and his friend Tifa in front of the Fenrir. The decals on their torsos are custom made to make it look like from the movie. Clouds hair color is painted yellow in Photoshop. Cloud on his bike. Like in the original Fenrir bike, there is an expandable compartment for Clouds' swords on either sides of the tires (though in this LEGO model the swords do not fit). Hope you like it! Comments are welcomed!