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  1. Hello everyone! Today i present to your attention my new long-term construction - Old Victorian Vampire Mansion! It all started in 2016, when I wanted to "increase" my most favorite set 10228 Haunted House, which, not counting little size, was perfect stylistically! But to increase it, leaving in the same performance, was not interesting to me. I watched a lot of works on this topic on the Internet and finally formed an image of the acting model in my head. Next, I counted the budget and ... postponed it to "later"))) It was lucky that my LUG join Lagbalk last year. There, I ordered the most costly part - bricks modified with masonry. The exact amount used did not count, but the figure is about 1000 bricks (in the equivalent of 1x2). A year waited for those brics and now the moment of assembly has come. The second inaccessible element was the skeletal legs, which were used as decor on the roof (there are about 150 of them). After several Bricklink-orders the house was ready. It has all 4 walls (the back part is quit simple except that the chimney). In the right window of the second floor is mounted a red light-brick. It works by pressing a button on the back of the building, creating the effect of villainous processes in the room. All other standard windows are closed "jalousie", that would not pass light, deadly for vampires. Actually, the vampire pair itself is already arrived to the entrance on theirs carriage harnessed by two black horses. On each side of the house there are two enchanted trees, which frighten all uninvited guests. So, let's have a look: Victorian Haunted Mansion. Lord Vampire and his bride just arrived for theirs home. Photo by Dwalin Forkbeard by Anton Kushnir, on Flickr Victorian Haunted Mansion. Lord Vampire and his bride just arrived for theirs home. Photo by Dwalin Forkbeard by Anton Kushnir, on Flickr
  2. kreimkoek

    [MOC] Haunted Mansion

    I created a Lego haunted mansion. Each room in the house shows a scary movie scene. It opens just like the official LEGO haunted mansion. Video tour of the house on YouTube More pictures https://www.flickr.com/photos/118506643@N02/ Thanks for watching!
  3. Here is a second built made for french exhibition Brick A Dole 2017. It's a mix between a mosaïc and a brick built scene of a famous game of the 80's on Nintendo NES Castlevania. The mosaïc represents the introduction logo of the 1986 game. The scene tries to reproduce most of the game features : pot roast in the wall, skeletons throwing bones, zombies and torches. Both are clutched on a 48x48 baseplate placed in a vertical position. Hope you will enjoy it ! castlevania by 7857 Fabien, sur Flickr
  4. IT'S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN AND WITH HALLOWEEN AROUND THE CORNER I WANTED TO HONOR THESE MONSTER MEMORIALS: 15TH: This year marks the 15th year since the Studios monster subtheme (called Scary Thriller and even Scary Monsters) made its debut, introducing Universal-style monsters. Although TLC had licenses on Universal Studios properties such as Jurassic Park and Steven Spielberg's name, one is led to believe that they did not have the Universal Studios Monsters license or, at least, were granted permission to make sets resembling this license. There were four sets and even at times these sets mixed monsters from other movies (like the 2017 edition of The Mummy with Tom Cruise). The main monsters represented were a Vampire, Werewolf, Frankenstein, and The Mummy, although these characters were more or less designed to be costumed actors on film sets. The sets, in many ways, closely resembled the Universal Studios monster films. Other monster mashups included a modified version of Dr Jeckyll/Mr Hyde as the Scientist in the Frankenstein set, the ghost costume and a female actress in the same set (I am guessing an homage to Phantom of the Opera) and The Hunchback in the Vampire set. Although not directly stated by his name, Van Helsing makes an appearance too in the Vampire set. 5th: This year marks the 5th year since the Monster Fighters line was released. Centered around the fictional steampunk culture, here, a gang of monster hunters must stop Lord Vampyre from eclipsing the sun forever. Many of the sets were different from actual sets in the movies but at times, especially with the Vampyre's castle, they had some similarities. Given the design of the vehicles one must wonder if the time period wasn't meant to be depression-era, especially since many monster movies were released around this time. The sets, in some ways like the Werewolf set, reused previous ideas from the original line. However, some sets did indeed create new editions of older sets and introduce new monster properties from which they were derived. I suggest the following: * Lord Vampyre's Castle - Dracula * Frankenstein - Frankenstein * The Mummy - A chariot, * Werewolf - The Wolf Man * Sea Creature - Creature from the Black Lagoon * Vampire Hearse / Coffin Car - Munsters Coach & Dragula. The driver had been called Renfield, Dracula's assistant, in the preliminary box displays, as well as Dracula being used for Dracula's Castle. * Vampire's Bride - A spin-off of Bride of Frankenstein mixed with Elvira * Haunted House - Munsters (the creator of the set was wearing a Munsters shirt during the reveal for this set) and some Addams Family influence since there was a Frankenstein's monster butler * The Zombies - White Zombie (it was supposed to feature the VoodDoo doctor) and of course was, after all, a zombie wedding in a graveyard * Ghost Train - I am guessing a very loose idea from the 1941 film by the same name * Spooky Boy & Spooky Girl - Although they came later, it's worth noting Spooky Boy is more like Pugsly Addams while Spooky Girl, which you would think is Wednesday Addams, reminded me more of Lydia from Beetlejuice due to her schoolgirl outfit * Tiger Woman - close to the 1944 film by the same name * Mr Good/Evil - A spinoff from Dr Jeckyll/Mr. Hyde * Grandfather clock - Any number of horror films, though Disney's Haunted Mansion ride stands out for me * The Fly/Scientist - obvious * Venus Flytraps (Scooby doo) - Little Shop of Horrors * Graveyard / Witch scenes - Wizard of Oz, Walking Dead * Most zombies are likely influenced by Walking Dead and the rise of the zombie movie craze around that time * One can't help to think if Mad Monster Party and Groovie Ghoulies helped to influence any of these sets and CMFs * Frankenrocker - I know the Beetlejuice show done this at Universal Studios Orlando but I can only find the frankenstein monster from Munsters playing the guitar Almost all of these comparisons to all the Monster properties mentioned are based on my observation since the only time we knew of TLC acknowledging their relation to existing monster movies was at an event where recording was prohibited during an advance presentation of the line.
  5. As the team head to the vampire city of St. Sebastian, Iron Fist starts to wonder if there's more to Doctor Strange's motivations than meets the eye. -Cast- Doctor Strange - Jack Rizzo Valkyrie - Caitlin Buckley Iron Fist - Josh Danque Xarus Dracul - Rob O’Dwyer Daimon Hellstrom - Isaac Smith Satana Hellstrom - Natasha Mclellan Blade - Courtney Leacock Raizo Kodo - Hubert McCarthy Happy Halloween everyone! More Vampire Town coming soon... Original score by Guy Commanderson. https://soundcloud.com/guy-commanderson Check out the rest of the Marvel Brickfilm Universe: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYw0pdkVyFu04fV72MFxEsr4n__8Vt1Qu Consider supporting me on Patreon? https://www.patreon.com/JamPotStudios?ty=h Want to see more from Jam Pot Studios? YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/JampotAnimations Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jampotstudios Blog: http://jampotstudios.blogspot.co.uk Instagram: https://instagram.com/jampotstudiosfilms/ Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/jampotstudios/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JamPotStudios1
  6. Severus A

    [MOC] Dracula's Vacation Island

    I've built this work for an exhibition hosted last year in Budapest by Kockajatek LUG and I also exhibited it in a Brickenburg LUG event in Constanta, at the Black Sea shore. The pictures were taken at those two events. It is a touristic island with an inn and a light tower built in romantic style and related to Dracula legend. In fact also the vampires should take a vacation from time to time More pictures could be seen here: https://www.flickr.c...th/24791708271/ Dracula 17 by Severus A, on Flickr Dracula 3 by Severus A, on Flickr Dracula 7 by Severus A, on Flickr Dracula 12 by Severus A, on Flickr
  7. A couple of MOC sarcophagi, one more elaborate than the other. For whom could they be? But of course - bwahahahaha! - for Dracula and his lovely bride, Countess Dracula. But who's this? Could it be the steely vampire-hunter Abraham van Helsing? And here's what the above picture originally looked like when I took it in late Victorian times: Questions? Comments? Cloves of garlic?
  8. I partnered up with a very talented animator Garrett Barati on this Halloween themed brickfilm. Enjoy!