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  1. Mister_Nuss

    [MOC] Donald Duck's House

    First of all I want to say hello to Eurobricks. After following this forum for several months now I finally decided to registrate and share my MOCs with you awesome people. I will start with my latest MOC: Donald Duck's House: With this MOC I tried to translate the classic look of Donald Duck's House from the comics and cartoons into Lego in a similar way Lego did recently with the release of "The Simpsons House". In doing so I combined two of my favourite hobbies: Building Lego and reading Donald Duck comics. The finished build is based on a 32x32 baseplate and ca. 18cm tall. The exterior and interior are highly detailed and full of references to the classic comics. The roof and first floor can be removed to offer access to the interior. The build features: - the living room with a classic TV, a classic telephone, an armchair for Donald to sit in and a small bookshelf - the kitchen with stove, ofen, sink, an opening fridge, and a small table - a stairway to the upper floor - Donald's room with bed, nightstand, small cabinet, and - of course - a heap of unpaid debts and invoices - Huey, Dewey, and Louie's room with beds in their belonging color, a colorful carpet, a scribble of an angry Uncle Donald at the wall and a desk full of medals from the "Junior Woodchucks" -a garden with two trees, flowers and Donald's beloved hammock -a garage with opening gate and fitting 313 car. I'm hoping you like my work and I would be happy about any kind of feedback and suggestions. Also if you like the house I would suggest to take a look at my Lego Ideas project: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/149715 . There you will find some more pictures too. Happy Building! Mister_Nuss
  2. 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 DuckĀ“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.
  3. Donald only gets bills in his mailbox, and his neighbor Jones is standing in the background smiling scornfully. I tried to make the visual style similiar to the style I have seen in the Donald Duck comics I read during the 80s. The car is up as an LEGO Ideas-project, so I would appreciate if you had a look at that as well and gave it your support.
  4. Hello Eurobrickers! Today I would like to show you my real 3D mosaic with the characters from the world of Walt Disney building process My all mosaics and short YT video I used a lot of single and double slops and 4 baseplates 32x32
  5. Hi everyone! I have just finished a MOC project that I would like to share with you here. I call it 'Once Upon A Brick' and the idea is to take classic Disney characters and re-imagine them as large-scale 2x4 LEGO Bricks. When choosing which character to do first, Mickey Mouse was the obvious choice and after that, his three friends seemed to be the next logical step; Goofy, Donald Duck and Pluto. They average 110 LEGO bricks per model and stand approximately 13cm tall. I am calling the above four MOCs 'Series 1' and I have lots more series planned. I am nearly finished with 'Series 2' and will get them photographed just as soon as the last one is ready. Finally, I have been hoping to build something worthy of LEGO Ideas for a while and I think/hope that this series could be something that others may enjoy. With that in mind, I have submitted this project to LEGO Ideas and if you feel that this is a project worthy of support, then please follow the link and hit the SUPPORT button. Also, if you know anyone who you think might like to see this project made into an official LEGO product, then please pass the link onto them. https://ideas.lego.com/projects/99705 Many, many thanks for taking the time to look at my builds! You can see more pictures in my Flickr album HERE. UPDATE #1 - UPDATE #1 - UPDATE #1 - UPDATE #1 4th June 2015 - Since I created this thread in April, I've been making more characters and have been moving away from the idea of sticking to the 'series' label that I'd used above. I've also been taking on board the feedback that I have been getting from people who have seen them in person. The one thing that I hear a lot is that they are much bigger than they look in the photos. I honestly think that some people were assuming that they were actually 2x4 bricks that I had been gluing parts onto. To help give perspective from now on, I have been taking new pictures of the characters with the LEGO brick that they are based upon, next to them. So, please may I introduce you to new members of the Once Upon A Brick family, coming straight to you from the 100 Acre Wood........... Winnie The Pooh & Friends From left to right, we have Pooh himself, then Piglet, Tigger and finally Eeyore. Piglet was a huge amount of fun to do and gave me my first chance to use something other than a 2x4 brick as the basis for the character. Since the rest of them are all 2x4s, it made sense that Piglet would be a 1x2 brick. As I said above, if you like these MOCs, I would be eternally grateful for your support on LEGO Ideas please. https://ideas.lego.com/projects/99705