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  1. Built for Creations for Charity. An enraged crusader starts a one man siege on his enemies' castle. The defender watches in disbelief... Thanks for looking
  2. mpoh98

    [MOC] Bonsai Tree

    Bonsai Tree + Working Clippers! Bonsai Trees are a form of Japanese Art using miniature trees grown in small containers. My creation I built for Creations for Charity! I tried to get the affect of some tree branch leaves that are clipped, and some that are not. I also incorporated 2 clippers, one more realistic looking one (the small one on the left of the tree), and 1 bigger one that you can actually use to "clip" the leaves. :) Enjoy! You can buy this and other creations on the C4C Bricklink store, which opens October 15! Donate a creation to C4C today! Soli Deo Gloria! ~Matthew~
  3. Legonardo

    MMhitehawk Vic Viper

    Vic Vipers are cool! Sci-fi, because Nick and Simon told me too. Here is my first vicviper and creations for charity donation, ill paste a link when it shows up in the store. stickers are from lego universe sticker book, many thanks to Sean and Steph! larger versions can be seen on my flickr (link in my signature) Well simon? :P David
  4. Simon_S

    Khashtri Castle

    Hey guys! Maybe you already know this great project called Creations for Charity. Builders create MOCs, which are for sale. With all the money funded, LEGO sets will be bought and given to children who can't afford to buy them by their own. So I'm proud to announce my small contribution: Khashtri Castle You can buy the creation here: Creations for Charity BrickLink store Thank you! Simon
  5. Built for Creations for Charity, these, and many other Lego creations from a variety of talented builders will be available for purchase from creationsforcharity.org starting October 15. The second of hopefully 3 creations. View the first here. Soli Deo Gloria!
  6. Built for Creations for Charity, these, and many other Lego creations from a variety of talented builders will be available for purchase from creationsforcharity.org starting October 15. The first of hopefully 3 creations. View the second here. Soli Deo Gloria!
  7. -zenn

    Claptrap Desk Buddy

    When I read about Creations for Charity I just felt like contributing something, so I decided to remake one of my first moc's which got me back into building after entering the 'dark ages'. Claptrap; a desk buddy remake inspired by 'Borderlands 2' for Creations for Charity 2012. Flickr Gallery Comments and critisiscm welcome.