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  1. What if you put a mini figure inside a Brickheadz? Brickheadz Inzide Darth Vader by Henrik Jansson, on Flickr
  2. Hi everybody! Together with my son we built our version of Vader's castle on Mustafar from R1. We tried to make it UCS style complete with a micro build, UCS style sticker and a booklet. The base (the lava field) is 96x96 studs; the total height is approx 125cm. It includes six minifigs: two imperial guards, Vaane - Vader's servant, Krennic, and two versions of Vader - one in armor, and one in the bacta tank. For the bacta tank version we used the torso from the collectible minifig gargoyle. We built it last autumn, but worked on it since; and now got around to take some decentish photos. Hope you'll like it. Here's the link to the flickr album https://www.flickr.com/photos/152265303@N06/albums/72157700068239294
  3. So I've been going through old minifigures from the Star Wars theme and found miifigs like Kit Fisto and Plo Koon. The paint on them isn't there anymore. Any ideas on what to do?
  4. Hello everyone! It is a Lightsaber contest on Russian Fan Forum of LEGO. While my house is in grand repair and all my bricks and parts are beyond my reach. Suddenly my eyes fell on Darth Vader (75111) standing on my table. I took it in hand, twisted and then it hit me: I can make a great Lightsaber from it! I took it, dismantled, laid parts on the table and was "thought to think"... In General, in a couple hours everything was ready. I twisted-twirled a nameless Lightsaber in my hands. It was excellent. And then I remembered one famous meme! Now I'll show it to You! Oscar! I'll call a Lightsaber Oscar! And then there's the parts left for the stand. Like This. Look! From different angles and sides: Form is very unusual: Top "flat right-left". And on the contrary the bottom "back and forth" The entire body is decorated with intricate "imitation of rough metal": On the back side of Oscar is specific asymmetric control unit: I put it on the stand. He looks like "stepped one leg front": And so is like a rocket at the start: Let's take a closer look: "Oscar's face"! The power button is located in the recess above the thumb. On the reverse side is the wheel controller for the power of the beam. Oscar looks "in hand". And so is on the reverse side: The emitter (which is similar to the famous head statues): The battery part is located in the base of the lower part. By the way, after Assembly there are very few "unused" parts. Let the Pikachu Force be with You! Thank You All, Your Pikachu.
  5. sander1992

    [MOC] Star Wars Vignettes

    Hi everyone, I started this week building small vignettes for the Star Wars promotional minifigs. The first is the Shadow ARF Trooper. The Shadow ARF Trooper is infiltrating an industrial building on Separatist territory. TC-14 has delivered the drinks, but the Jedi have fled after TC-14 heard the word: Dioxis! Darth Vader at the Death Star. A Mouse Droid is passing by while Vader is looking at Obi Wan Kenobi. In a parallel universe is Boba Fett dressed in white. He has his own place with trophies he collected over the years. Darth Revan has entered the Technical Service Room of a building in the Republic. He is ready to strike. Darth Maul at the duel of fates. He has taken off the upper side of his robe to make his opponent tremble. Admiral Yularen is present in a control room to inspect the data on an Imperial Star Destroyer. The lieutenant is walking through the hallway. The alarm went off and he hurries to the dropship. If you want to see other sized pictures, you can visit my Flickr album. Star Wars Vignettes Comments and feedback are welcome. Sander
  6. DanDare006

    Star Wars Cloud City 2017/18?

    The Cloud City playset from Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Backs…https://ideas.lego.com/projects/163944 I wanted to design a fun and playable set which would include the ionic scenes from the Empire Strikes Back film. The aim was to create a set that resembles the shape of the cloud city and offers a playable platform like the Death Star play set. I’m a keen Star Wars fan and as Cloud City hasn’t seen a new set since 2003 I thought I would have a go. I hope you enjoy and welcome your creative input into my project. Thanks for your vote…
  7. PublicPlaytime

    OG Star Wars - Vader's Tie Fighter

    1st release of Darth Vader in LEGO form: Darth Vader's TIE Fighter in action, from Lego set 7150 Vader's Tie Fighter and Y-Wing.
  8. Hello! What do you think about this set? Thanks for watching!
  9. Long time ago in the galaxy far far away, there is a jedi who meant to be a master that will bring the balance to the force, but he turn to the dark... https://flic.kr/s/aHskVjGeXf
  10. These two preceding photos are to show off my latest MOC (or rather, re-doing of an existing Lego product), what I am calling Darth Vader's Transformation Remix. It's my attempt to somehow improve on the original set that was released way back in 2005. Now, the original set (# 7251) included a few key features: Darth Vader/Anakin Skywalker, a brick-built FX-9 Surgical Assistant Droid and the operation table. But, seeing as quite a few people out there have recreated this particular scene with much more detail than was included with the set (i.e., background walls, redone operating table, etc), it seemed a bit lacking. So, I made an attempt to expand on the set by adding a few background wall panels, along with various other bricks that serve as "readouts" outlining Vader's condition. Also, while the colors of the bricks used for the original 7251 were already subdued and grave, I wanted to give the remixed version a more doleful and foreboding color scheme. Hence the use of silver & titanium metallics, med. stone grays and blacks, with some other color bricks thrown in to balance out the darker colors. Another thing is that there are only two wire and cable-like structures near the top of the second panel from the left; this I did in an attempt to make it seem as if the "room" was hastily put together, and the builders placed all of the wires and power cables in safe enough areas except for those two. As a matter of fact, the entire top half of panel two is supposed to represent a shoddily built part of the medical apparatus. Overall, this build is inspired by the Yoda Chronicles Holocron Chamber promotional set. LXF file
  11. TyGl200

    THE GHOST (REBELS)

    I am currently working on a Ghost MOC from Star Wars Rebels. I'm basing the design of DarthTwoShedsJackson's Ghost. I really dislike the original Lego set because its too small and has no interior. I'm making it UCS scaled and it would really help if anyone could give me some advice.
  12. TyGl200

    THE GHOST (REBELS)

    I am currently working on a Ghost MOC from Star Wars Rebels. I'm basing the design of DarthTwoShedsJackson's Ghost. I really dislike the original Lego set because its too small and has no interior. I'm making it UCS scaled and it would really help if anyone could give me some advice.
  13. Hello all! I am the General Moe, and i create stop motion films. My first taste of Lego Brickfilms came in 2007, when the Lego page featured some stop motions in the star wars section. I was hooked! An Average Death Star Day was my favourite by far, and i have a love for the Brickfilms of the past. So i decided to create a series that harkens back to the classic age of lego stop motions! I deliberately recreated the style of the old films. This involved lowering the frame rate and camera quality. A plain and consistent lighting was used, with the occasional flicker and set mistake. The parts and figures used were all kept pre-2007, and the sets were built in the simple, straight forward style of the early brick films. Most importantly, the practical effects! People were very limited back them, so i imposed those limitations on myself as well. I hope you enjoy theses films and bring back the memories of the time spent on the Lego Star Wars homepage!
  14. Hello guys, I have finished now the Imperial Shuttle I started already a while ago: Now all of the functions actually work, and the details of the ship have been finished so that everything should look as smooth as possible. The work was pretty hard balance between accurate looks, working functions and durability, and I am now quite happy with the result. ^^ Here is a video showing the functions that include: - 2 x lasercannons - 2 x missiles - Backcannon All of the cannons are launched by pressing different buttons at the bottom of the ship. The mechanisms behind this are rather complicated and they are based on the use of fishing wire that delivers the force to the right place. - Wings automatically turn the landing gear open and close. Also, the white covering plates of the landing gear open and close automatically. The wingcannons also turn up and down automatically, though on the video they are a little jammed. - Boarding ramp and an opening and accessible hatch. - Removable walls, wall and cockpit canopy. - Cockpit seats 4 minifigures, the interior has 2 seats, but can accomodate a platoon of up to 8+ minifigures or even more, if you don't care about comfort. - Samppu
  15. DanDare006

    Darth Vaders Castle

    I haven't seen any Darth Vader castle projects as yet! Let me know what you think of my micro castle? https://ideas.lego.com/projects/169210 Darth Vader's Castle from Rogue One in micro size. Its a simple and compact play-set with your very own "Bacta Tank", who doesn’t want their own Bacta Tank to detox in! It has a technic lever to dip Lord Vader in and out. This set could be a great idea in gaining director Krennic, Darth Vader's servant and of course a Bacta Tank Darth Vader mini-fig(s). Its a small piece count so would be very affordable....
  16. Evilkirk

    [MOC] The Nubian Nightmare

    Darth Vader's very own corvette, custom designed and used during the Great Jedi Purge whilst hunting down the last Jedi stragglers around the galaxy. For such missions, a more subtle entrance is sometimes required into some planetary systems, rather than arriving with a fleet of star destroyers. The ship features an integrated shuttle attached to the top of the main hold (accessed by a functional lift) and the main craft carries a small selection of compact repulsorlift vehicles custom built for lord Vader's private ship. The rear of the corvette is accessed by a central corridor and is comprised of 3 floors, with the engineering room at the bottom, secondary/storage hold above and then the command deck on top. On land, the main hold can fully open to function as a mobile mission outpost if required. It is said that Lord Vader claims that the unusual name for the ship is because of it's Nubian drive engines and the aggressive angular design of the ship is nightmarish compared to the sleek flowing designs that Nubian ship builders are famed for - although there are whispered rumours that it is secretly named in memory of a lady who favoured Nubian ships and that Lord Vader may have had some kind of nightmares about this mysterious lady... Full gallery on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/evilkirk/albums/72157677518066832/with/31705233813/
  17. Hey guys. Today I've started work on my Darth Vader transformation MOC. So far I've got the operation table done. I should have an update tomorrow. I'm working on the floor, having some trouble. I'm not sure how I'm going to do those lights on the floor in that angle. Any tips and/or criticism are welcome. Peace, -JD
  18. Darth Brik

    Hello

    Hello, I'm Darth Brik, and I'm a new user. I need help to be a good "post". To help type a reply please.
  19. Hi guys, here is a little MOC I made of my favourite star wars poster, the Episode 1 teaser poster entitled 'Every Saga Has A Beginning' DSC_2328 by dimitrinicomanis, on Flickr I loved the poster, thought it was so evocative and I wanted to try and recreate it in lego as a 3d Model. 2016-11-21_02-01-55 by dimitrinicomanis, on Flickr The shadow was a bit tricky at first but I am pretty happy with how it turned out - if anyone has any other ideas on how to improve it I would love to know! Episode 1 - teaser by dimitrinicomanis, on Flickr Anyway, there isnt much to this post as there is really only one angle this MOC works! Hope you enjoy and any feedback, comments and advice welcome. Thanks
  20. dimnico

    [MOC] The Imperial March

    Hi guys, so I was somewhat inspired by a recent job where I got to work at the legendary Abbey Road studios! I decided to make my own version of the iconic Beatles album cover using a mix of the new Beatles mini figs (for the yellow submarine) and some of my favourite imperials. DSC_2808 by dimitrinicomanis, on Flickr I call this build 'The Imperial March' DSC_2790 by dimitrinicomanis, on Flickr 2016-12-19_02-43-14 by dimitrinicomanis, on Flickr I tried to get some of the background detail into this build but felt the car would be the wrong scale so opted to leave it out. IMG_20161120_221651 by dimitrinicomanis, on Flickr beatles_abbey_road by SimonDubai, on Flickr (and yes I know that Boba and Kylo aren't technically Imperial!)
  21. The Cloud City playset from Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Backs…https://ideas.lego.com/projects/163944 I wanted to design a fun and playable set which would include the ionic scenes from the Empire Strikes Back film. The aim was to create a set that resembles the shape of the cloud city and offers a playable platform like the Death Star play set. I’m a keen Star Wars fan and as Cloud City hasn’t seen a new set since 2003 I thought I would have a go. I hope you enjoy and welcome your creative input into my project. Thanks for your vote…
  22. Hello dear EB members, it really has been too long since I posted anything from my hands, but that only means I am lazy posting - not building. There are several creations I would like to publish ASAP, so here is the first one: The Dark Side of the Force never rests, so must not Lord Vader himself. Although he is strong with the Force, he is pretty tired after full 6 days of pedalling on two of our LUG's events in October and start of December. I give you The Dark Side Of Exercise. I got the idea a long time ago and got extra inspired by Jason Alleman a.k.a. JK Brickworks and his moving masterpieces - especially the Sizifus. After thinking about it for too long, I finally bought the 75111 Darth Vader set, which had to be modified quite a lot on the inside - outside remains the same. All the skeleton with bionicle ball joint parts was replaced by technic axles and u-joints in order to get a freely movable body. A free rotation of hips, shoulders and waist was also necessary. Free movement of ankles anf wrists is provided with bar pieces (I admit I cut 4L bars into 2L bars - I never thought I was capable of such horid acts ) Pedalling torture device was a bit more of a challenge. The main problem was getting all the necessary motion from rather spacious pedestal to a slim orbitrek body. I am pretty happy with the outcome, even though the gearing in the pedestal is a mess. The main goal was to get the body in its highest position twice in one revolution of the pedals. The gear ratio between those two is therefore 2:1 and they have to be synchronised so that the body is at its highest when the pedals are horizontal. The rest of the body motion is provided by linkages amongst freely movable parts of the body and the orbitrek. Another part run by the same motor is the big wheel, which is propelled by a small wheel inside the orbitrek body. This wheel is geared up a lot, so it turns fast enough. Running this MX bike wheel by contact proved to be most demanding for the whole system and caused most friction and wear of the parts and motor. A LEGO chain is not the best way to drive anything for a long time as well. You must guess it was a lot of fun to repair after it broke a couple of times during the exhibition. To conclude this presentation I give you another photo in Ludicrous Speed mode and of course a short video of swinging this man's booty from side to side Thank you for your attention and "May the Force be wih you!!!" Best regards and a Happy New Year, Miha You can check out bigger photos here: http://bricksafe.com/pages/MajklSpajkl/the-dark-side-of-exercise