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  1. Hello everybody, I've been looking at some threads here, and I found some pretty nice ideas for the thing that I like the most, minifigure customization. I like making purist figures more than anything, and I'm specialized in Marvel Comics and Star Wars minifigures. What I'm looking for is some parts to use to make rather obscure villains of the Hulk; The U-Foes. I've been searching for many ways, and could come up with nice designs, but I would also like to see what people think is good. The U-foes are Ironclad, Vapor, Vector, and X-Ray. You can give me ideas, whether they're based off the regular comics design, the ones from the Video-Game, or even a custom design of yours. Every idea would be appreciated!
  2. CommanderJonny1

    Modular Ship Project

    This took me a few months to complete, for a few reasons. I decided to post this, even though I technically haven't finished this project, but this past week I decided to post this weekend if I couldn't think of anything new to add. The genesis of this project was my modding of my Brick Bounty (nothing much, just some improvements here and there), and I wanted to create something more substantial. To be clear, this is my first ship MOC, as well as my second large MOC. I don't say this in hope for leniency (go ahead and bash me), I just want to give some context. I recognize this as a learning project; indeed, you can see some progress (albeit not much) in the pictures below. I'm already doing MSP Phase II, which incorporates a few techniques that improve the design quite a bit. This project was divided into two batches: Batch 1, which is a Supply Ship and a Armed/Converted Merchantman; and Batch 2, which is Frigate, a Prison Hulk, and a Sheer Hulk. I wanted something that gave me more than just a warship, and I think I covered my bases fairly well. In addition, this project (and to a lesser extent Phase II) is a kind of a bridge between official Lego sets (in my case, the Brick Bounty) and bigger and better MOCs (such as the beautiful specimens here on Eurobricks); as such, I wasn't too concerned with making great MOC (or even necessarily a good one), but rather a decent one that would go fine with Lego's ships, and perhaps (hopefully) wouldn't look too out of place alongside proper MOCs. Batch One: The first ship up is the 'Supply Ship', a.k.a. the Tub. This is meant to be a ship used to move troops, equipment, or victuals to wherever they're needed. It's not pretty, but it gets the job done. I started off by making sure a minifigure can stand straight up inside (5 bricks tall). I've kept this throughout this project, but I have changed to a smaller height in Phase II. I also used the 1x2x3 inverted slope for the hull sides. This is a real thing, though it's more used in modern times than in the Age of Sail (a flare, as opposed to a tumblehome). This shows the inside, and probably the main point/draw of this batch- the anchor system. You can see the channels for the anchor chains; string might be better, but I wanted to use chains like Lego does (there's a couple reasons why, mainly because chains are more readily available to me). 'Modular Ship' (Supply Version) #4 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr Here's a look down the inside. The two Technic connectors under the Technic plate are meant for the chains. The end of the chains are attached to the top one, and wound in between the two, similar in concept to what's on the Brick Bounty (sort of). 'Modular Ship' (Supply Version) #5 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr A more overall view of the ship (with Bosun Bob at the helm). I wanted the ship to have some kind of defense, so I put some some carronades on top. 'Modular Ship' (Supply Version) #1 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr A top down view of the deck. Besides the anchor, the only real feature is the grate/cover. 'Modular Ship' (Supply Version) #2 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr A view of the stern area. The bracket is meant for a nameplate or something similar (the inverted slopes around it can be removed and replaced to widen it if necessary). 'Modular Ship' (Supply Version) #3 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr The second part is the Armed/Converted Merchantman', a.k.a the Lumberer (I don't know if it would actually qualify for a 'HM_'). This is basically an 'upgraded' version of the Supply Ship, armed with cannons and carronades to help defend, and comfortably keep pace with, various convoys. A view of the bow; not much, but the bow mount (modified plate) gives me some options. 'Modular Ship' (Converted Merchantman) #2 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr Here's a view of the gunports; also a better view of the bow mount. 'Modular Ship' (Converted Merchantman) #1 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr I think Lego's cannons look better; it's probably because the ship's a bit chunky. 'Modular Ship' (Converted Merchantman) #3 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr Batch Two: The third ship (and the pinnacle of Phase I) is the Frigate. In the British system, which I base most of my information and inspiration from, it's actually not a frigate, but rather a 'Post Ship'. Many Sixth Rates were of these types, but all were commonly called frigates anyways, and so that's what I labeled this as. I found a picture early on of HMS Euryalus that I took a lot of inspiration from, if not direct translation of some design elements. This is also the only ship that's actually modular; the rest are built in a way to make it easy to make it modular, but also easier to build in the first place (I admit a bit of laziness probably crept in there, but I wanted to move on to other stuff). Here's the ship, piece by piece, form bow to stern. There's 20 pictures, so I put it here to shorten the post a bit. The fourth and fifth 'ships' aren't really ships- at least not anymore. These are what are called hulks (specifically a prison hulk and a sheer hulk). They were once warships, but once they were too old to be really useful anymore, they were converted into some kind of hulk. I've searched on here before, but I haven't found anybody who has made either one of them. I'm sure the talented shipwrights here could have a much better crack at such projects than I, but even if I just spread the idea around, that would be enough for me. The fourth ship is the Prison/Accommodation Hulk. These were used as floating prisons to keep prisoners of war, mutineers, or just overflow from the regular prisons on land. Accommodation hulks were like floating barracks; used in a similar way to the prison hulks. The fifth and final ship is the Sheer Hulk. These craft were floating cranes, usually implemented in putting masts onto new ships (or replacement masts for those ships that lost theirs in some way, shape, or form). After the Age of Sail, though still in the 19th Century, purpose-built sheer hulks were made to help increase maritime construction. Multiple capstans were used to power the crane, and the sides/railings of the ships were usually cut down near the deck. Modular Ship (Sheer Hulk) #1 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr I've found many photos of different sheer hulks, and all have some different kind of combination (rigging, number of crane arms/booms, etc.), but I tried to build what was sort of the average of what I saw in my reference photos. I didn't end up finishing this one, as I couldn't really make the crane fit together quite right. If anyone can think of anything, feel free to make your own (just make sure to send me a link ). Modular Ship (Sheer Hulk) #2 by Jonathan Wallace, on Flickr This has been my Modular Ship Project (Phase I). I haven't made instructions for this (mostly I don't feel it's really a MOC worthy of it, but also I'm busy/lazy), but I do plan to make them (*ahem* eventually ). Phase II has already begun; I'll still be using prefab hulls, and I plan to make a Third, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Rate. I've already discounted a First or Second Rate, but I'm holding out on a Two Decker. Although I will work on a Three Decker a bit in my Testbed before I close Phase II. Any comments, suggestions, or critiques of any kind are welcome; I await the feedback!
  3. Hi everyone, I have build several vignettes with the minifigs from polybags (giveaways). I have done something similar with Star Wars minifigures. The first one is Hank Pym, who has turned into a giant. The second one is the Winter Soldier inside a Hydra facility. The third vignette is with Rocket Raccoon with Groot, The fourth vignette is with Rhodey as Iron Patriot. The Hulk is on a rampage and is still angry. Tony Stark in his Silver Centurion suit. The last vignette is with Electro inside a power plant. For more pictures, visit my Flickr album. Feedback and questions are welcome. Sander
  4. This is a discussion relating to everything regarding the Infinity War lego sets that are to debut next year along side the release of the Avengers: Infinity War movie, releasing May 4, 2018. I can confirm that the Spider-Man minifigure in the IW line will in fact be his Iron Spider variant as seen at the end of Spider-Man Homecoming. This was confirmed by Mario_Power on Instagram, he has proven to be an incredibly reliable source in the past, so I trust him.
  5. Veronica - Hulkbuster Armour Module by Adeel Zubair, on Flickr Veronica - Hulkbuster Armour Module by Adeel Zubair, on Flickr Hulkbuster, Jackhammer Arm (Full Reveal Tomorrow!) by Adeel Zubair, on Flickr Full Gallery: https://flic.kr/s/aHskYkKfBL Hulkbuster: www.flickr.com/adeelzubair/17256589372 ________________________________________________ Follow Me On... Facebook - www.facebook.com/Adeel-Zubair-208739829518301/ Flickr - www.flickr.com/photos/adeelzubair/ Instagram - www.instagram.com/adeel_zubair Deviantart - www.adeelaubair.deviantart.com Twitter - www.twitter.com/webhead_studios Youtube - www.youtube.com/user/webheadstudios LinkedIn - www.linkedin.com/in/adeel-zubair-b969b111b Behance - www.behance.net/adeelzubair Feedback and criticism is much appreciated. Adeel
  6. PublicPlaytime

    Meanwhile in LEGO City...

    Batman: "Not that I don't want to get involved, but its really more of a licensing thing..."
  7. Hello everyone! I'm not late for Christmas am I? Well, a bit maybe.. but do read on if you're interested! Here is list of the stuff I'm selling: *** SEALED 6283 Voltix: 13 Euro SOLD 6229 XT4: 10 Euro SOLD 44006 Breez (2013): 9 Euro SOLD 44008 Surge (2013): 12 Euro SOLD USED+INSTRUCTIONS 8520 Millennium / Millenia (Slizer / Throwbot): 14 Euro 8593 Makuta: 23 Euro 8595 Takua & Pewku: 23 Euro 8596 Takanuva: 28 Euro 8755 Keetongu* : 16 Euro 8756 Sidorak* : 14 Euro 8733 Axonn* : 27 Euro 8922 Gadunka* : 16 Euro 2283 Witch Doctor: 30 Euro * = has some modifications/extra parts. I'll remove them if it is an issue. EXTRA/RARE 8909 Team GB Series (sealed): 3 Euro (free if you buy 1 or more sets) SOLD 30230 Mini Mech polybag (sealed): 3 Euro (free if you buy 1 or more sets) 5000022 Hulk polybag (sealed): 33 Euro Transparent yellow Kanohi Kaukau (you read that right, 110% the real deal): 65 Euro Orange Kanohi Vahi: 17 Euro PROMOTIONS Buy 2 sealed sets to get 30% off the cheapest one Buy 3 or more sealed sets to get 50% off the cheapest one Buy 2 used sets to get 30% off the cheapest one Buy 3 or more used sets to get 50% off the cheapest one Buy 2 or more sealed sets to get the Yellow Kaukau for 50 Euro Buy 2 or more used sets to get the Yellow Kaukau for 40 Euro Buy 2 or more sealed sets to get Hulk for 23 Euro Buy 2 or more used sets to get Hulk for 18 Euro *** No pictures for now as I'm fairly busy. But tell me which set you're intersted in, and I'll do my best to take some photos as soon as possible. I live in Italy, so take that in consideration as far shipping fees go. Thank you for reading.
  8. A stop-motion video I have spent month on making. I has been a great deal of fun and I hope that you will like it. It is a version of the comic book Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe, witch I wasn't fully satisfied with. Please share your thoughts. Anyway, Deadpool wakes up after a beat down and realises that he has to kill every other superbeing in order to become the one.
  9. Gilberto_Aguilera

    2015 HulkBuster redesign to be in scale.

    Hello gents, in this topic we would discuss modding options to redesign the avengers age of Ultron Hulkbuster, i would advise all those who have the model and have already modded it to thoroughly describe the process. We advide to only use pieces from the set, but if you do have to use another piece, please do specify the piece number and colour so the rest of us can then purchase it if we wish to follow your steps. Furthermore i advise please not to be greedy, this topic is about sharing, so we can all have a good definitive hulkbuster. So please if you have a good design then don't hog the design.
  10. I have some exclusive polybags and a minifigure cube up for trade. Smoke-free, pet-free. All sealed, never opened. 5003084 The Hulk: http://brickset.com/sets/5003084-1/The-Hulk 5002948 C-3PO: http://brickset.com/sets/5002948-1/C-3PO 5004077 2015 Target Minifigure Gift Set: http://brickset.com/sets/5004077-1 I'd prefer to send these somewhere in the US or Canada. Oh, what would I want in return? I could make a list, but odds are I'd forget something. I'm interested in polybags, minifigures and pieces from pretty much all themes and years. I'm flexible- if you want to know if I'd consider something, ask!
  11. JamPotStudios

    Planet Hulk: Origins

    This is the opening chapter of our brand-new MBU Planet Hulk arc, run by DT98Films and I with help from thebrickranger, Joebor1777, and others. We're really excited, and what we have in store is a pretty huge undertaking. The MBU Planet Hulk playlist: -Cast- Joe Newman - Hulk Rob O'Dwyer - General Talbot Bentley Michaels - Tony Stark Please consider supporting me on Patreon. https://www.patreon....PotStudios?ty=h Check out the rest of the Marvel Brickfilm Universe: Want to see more from Jam Pot Studios? YouTube: https://www.youtube....ampotAnimations Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jampotstudios Blog: http://jampotstudios.blogspot.co.uk Instagram: https://instagram.co...otstudiosfilms/ Flickr: https://www.flickr.c.../jampotstudios/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JamPotStudios1
  12. Animation Test #1: Hulk Smash! This one runs at 10 fps. One day I hope to work my way up to animating at 24 fps. Feedback is appreciated!
  13. Hi, I am citizen, a teenage LEGO fan from Hong Kong. I have been following this forum for years, especially the Licensed one, but this is my very first post here, as I have just finally decided that I should register an account here a few weeks ago. As an introduction piece, I really want to have something that can impress you, and I think I just had one recently.(Hopefully, it can impress you :P ) So, here...we....go.....wait, wrong franchise! :o Stark Tower - Front by city son This is a creation I built specifically for a contest of another forum, Toys N Bricks. The topic of the contest was to build a scene right off the screen of either the first Avengers movie from 2012, or from the epic sequel, Age of Ultron, this year. As I haven't got the new sets, and I couldn't really take closer looks at Age of Ultron scenes until its DVD release(Can't wait for it!!!!!!). So I started out planning on scenes from The Avengers, but which one? It's a tough choice as I loved so many different scenes, Cap and Iron Man Rotor scene, Hulk punches the Leviathan, the forest fight.... SO MANY OF THEM!!! However the contest set a size limit without HEIGHT LIMIT, which immediately took me to the idea of building something tall, and when that came into my mind, it didn't take long for me to get to the iconic Stark Tower. Besides, the final battle in New York is like the climax part of the first film, so it makes sense for me to choose it if I wanted to build something impressive. :) Stark Tower - Side 1 by city son Stark Tower - Back by city son Stark Tower - Side 2 by city son Well, I didn't shirk, even though the contest only asked for a scene, I still pushed myself to use up all my brick resources to finish off every last side of the tower. One of the toughest part for me in this process is the lack of source materials, as in the movie, there wasn't much close up scenes of the "back" of the tower, so I just added a bit of my own imagination to fix that part. Sad thing was right after a few days I have finished this beast, LEGO Avengers Video Game new gameplay video on YouTube showed clearly how the back of the tower looks like, yet, I think my version can...well pass myself. Could be better though, could be. :( Cap, Thor and Hawkeye 1 by city son Cap, Thor and Hawkeye 2 by city son Cap, Thor and Hawkeye 3 by city son I tried to fill the whole screen up as much as I could, without making it a big mess, so I put something from the bottom to the top literally. Let's start from the bottom. I picked the scene from the very end of the final battle, where Cap and Thor are fighting side by side with the Chitauri Soldiers. Yeah, I put Hawkeye there as well, which has probably reduced a bit of accuracy here, but I thought it will be weird not to include the full team, while Hawkeye was supposed to be somewhere in/on another building far away and out of the scene. Trying to be original, I built those spear-like weapon in a really simple manner for one of the Chitauri Soldiers, not a big deal, but I am quite happy with that little touch. Chitauri Chariot in action 1 by city son Chitauri Chariot in action 3 by city son For the middle part of the tower, I have built two different Chitauri Chariots, one 2-seat and one 1-seat, which are one of my favourite parts of this MOC. I built them in the very last stage of the project, but they turned out quite pleasing. To be honest, I can't stop playing and flying these little vehicles around my flat! Two-seat Chitauri Chariot by city son Two-seat Chitauri Chariot - Front by city son One-seat Chitauri Chariot by city son One-seat Chitauri Chariot - Back by city son Again, for the sake of originality, I built my very own version of these alien chariots. I browsed through the web searching for tons of source materials, and based on those 2D stickers from the official set, I managed to connect all these gold pieces in every last ways I could think of. And it worked perfectly! Believe me or not, I have tried my best to build these blurry flying vehicles that appeared on the big screen shot by shot out of bricks! XD Stark Tower - Rooftop by city son Puny God face off 1 by city son Close the portal by city son One way trip by city son The last part is the top of Stark Tower, which is the main focus of the whole build, and most of the actions happen right here. I have selected 3 iconic scenes from the final battle to be included here. The first one is the PRE-puny-god scene. Well, I did plan on having the Hulk smashes puny god scene in the beginning, but due to the limited scale, turned out it's impossible to fit the man with anger management issue in such a small room. Then, I chose the scene where Black Widow is ready to close the portal, while Dr. Erik is panicking at the back. (Sorry for not having a grey hair piece for Erik.) And finally, the part where Tony decided to sacrifice himself and take the nuclear with him all the way up, even though he knew it's a one-way trip. S.T.A.R.K. by city son Another "S" by city son Apart from the scene, there were a few challenges I have faced through the build, or stuffs that I really wish you can see my effort. First, it's the STARK logo. I have browsed through the web to look for previous Stark Tower done by other LEGO fans around the world, and first of all, all of them are incredible, but somehow I felt like no one was paying the attention that the logo deserved. It's like the most iconic part of the tower, and it's the greatest fun to work with font. I am very very happy with the outcome myself, no sure what do you guys think. The other major difficulty I faced, was the large outer platform with the "S" in the middle. Took me days to find a way to make a perfect circle(almost ;) ), build an "S", and build smaller yellow circle around the "S" at the same time. Another great challenge is the weird curve "windows" on one side of the building. I didn't go with the way most people do, with trans bricks, coz I don't have those...BUT the real deal is all the angles and Maths. Try to build one yourself and you will find it really tough because bricks are not like paper, you can't really curve them up while placing them at an angle but still want them to have a smooth clear cut "straight" horizontal edge at both ends. I'd say it would have been better if I have enough 2x4 tiles to fill the whole lower half of that pile of windows. I really hope you guys enjoyed reading this long boring introduction of my biggest MOC ever, and I really wish experts and master builders here can give me some constructive comments to improve myself, as there is always room for improvement, especially for a youngster like me :P. Really enjoy all the cool posts and awesome MOCs on this forum, and last but not least, the voting is still on right now, so if you really like my creation and you are coincidentally a member of Toys N Bricks, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY you think mine is better than other really cool builds from other contestants then I humbly welcome one or more votes from you! Thank you once again for taking your time reading my long long post! =D
  14. FinalFeature

    Avengers Age of Ultron

    The Age of Ultron is now! Ultrons drones are encompassing the entire world. Where our Earths mightiest heroes when they are needed the most? Find out as Ultron begins his world domination for a "better" tomorrow and as always be sure to stay for the post credit scene! Directed, Animated, Written, and Music composed by Tristan Kilmer Starring Mike Debonis as Iron Man SuperKaiokenX as Captain America Cliff Thompson as Ultron and Jarvis (For the Post Credit Scene) Hyper Voice Acting as Thor and Hulk
  15. Adeel Zubair

    MOC: Hulk Vs. Hulkbuster

    My LEGO Iron Man Hulkbuster MOC has been brought straight out of 2015's biggest blockbuster 'Avengers: Age Of Ultron.' The Hulkbuster is fan-favourite from Stark's hall of armour. The Mark XLIV Armour (codenamed Veronica, also known as the Hulkbuster) is Tony Stark's forty-fourth Iron Man suit. The suit was designed to match the incredible strength of the Hulk should he ever need to be taken out, being powered by over eleven Arc Reactors in order to grant the strength required for such a task. It's a modular suit this is operated from within while being linked to the Mark XLIII Armour. Using an independent propulsion system, each limb can fly to the user and automatically assemble into being composed of individual parts, the XLIV is still able to sustain extreme damage from the Hulk, unlike the XLII. Iron Man strides forward to grapple with the green-skinned Avenger, leg pistons cranking and his right arm stretching out to make contact. While the resemblance to the classic Iron Man armour is readily apparent (especially in the dark red and pearl gold colour scheme), the Hulkbuster takes it to a whole new level with a towering frame, thick armour plating. The Iron Man Hulkbuster stands nearly over twice the size of the Hulk bigfig to tower over his allies and enemies alike. Stark's latest and greatest battle suit lumbers across a brick-like display base, punishing the ground with it's terrible weight. I believe the Hulkbuster is one of the most impressive display pieces I've ever designed. This Hulkbuster MOC started when the initial pictures of the 'LEGO Marvel, Super Heroes - The Hulkbuster Smash' set were released. I understand that LEGO has to make their sets study and have plenty of play features to keep the kids entertained but as a movie accurate model it wasn't quite right: too simple and bulky. From then on I set myself a task to build a definitive Hulkbuster using the printed dome that is included. My first goal was to get it in scale with the Hulk bigfig however when I approached the end of the design process I realised that it was slightly shorter than the LEGO Hulkbuster. After having a look at a few other LEGO Hulkbuster MOC's I realised that when using the printed dome piece at the scale of the Hulk would make the final model look chibi and not realistic; therefore I stuck with my outcome. The inspiration for the presentation of the final model came from Kotobukiya's model statues of the Hulkbuster and the Hulk based on 'Avengers: Age Of Ultron' movie. I was originally going to just use the Hulkbuster since the Hulk bigfig is way too small and has very limited movement. I guess putting it in context and pairing it up with the Hulk bigfig creates a fierce battle scene! Credit and a big thank you goes to Hot Toys for providing extensive views and details of their movie accurate model of the Hulkbuster which made possible to get it movie accurate as I could. 'LEGO Avengers: Age Of Ultron - Hulk Vs. Hulkbuster' Album: https://www.flickr.c...57652147687322/ I really hope you enjoyed this in MOC; feedback and criticism is much appreciated. Adeel
  16. So... I like the Lanterns and their power rings. I am also a Marvel fan, in particular, the Xmen and Spiderman. Now, my question to you: What Corps would you place our Marvel Heroes into? Red - Rage Orange - Greed Yellow - Fear Green - Will Blue - Hope Indigo - Compassion Violet - Love For instance: The Hulk - Red power ring. Captain America - Blue power ring. Daredevil - Yellow power ring. Wolverine - Torn here between Red and Yellow... So that is the start, now, what would you guys suggest to continue? Also, I want to see possible customs for this... Green and Yellow are generally easy at present because we already have those bodies... the others can be more awkward, but I think that we do have enough red and blue minifigs that we can make something happen!
  17. After a costly encounter with the Hulk, the Avengers team has been divided. Captain America, Thor, and Hawkeye have been rescued by the X-men. With help from their allies they journey into a harsh storm near Latveria to rescue their leader Iron Man from Ultrons control. Will they succeed or will they be to late to stop Ultron and Dr Dooms plan from succeeding? As always be sure to catch the after credits scene! Directed, Animated, Written, and Music composed by Tristan Kilmer Starring SuperKaiokenX as Captain America Ryan Craig as Cyclops Josh Lambright as Dr Doom Jack Renard as Hawkeye Cliff Thompson as Iron Man and Ultron James Milne as Charles Xavier Hyper Voice Acting as Thor Neon Icy Wings as Wolverine Thanks for watching!
  18. Hulks back and he's angry. The Avengers years ago, sent Hulk into deep space realizing his anger was to unpredictable. Many things happened to Hulk on his journey. Needless to say he's back and ready to say "thanks" to his fellow teammates. Things only get worse when a new threat emerges to take advantage of the situation. Ultron will rise. Hulk will rage war. Tony will loose his mind. A new era is building up, secrets to be revealed, puzzles to be solved, not everything is as it appears to be. Directed, Written, Animated, and Music composed by Tristan Kilmer Cliff Thompson as Iron Man Jarvis, and Ultron Connor Sheehy as Spider Man HyperVoiceActing as Thor, Hulk Jack Renard as Hawkeye Josh Lambright as Dr Doom Special thanks to Wendy Morales, Sejung Kwak, Sara Kang, and Michael Ruiz About the Film: The whole process of making this took about 3 weeks total. The main objective for this film was to further develop an understanding with color grading, lens flares, and motion controlled lightning. Also note that the suit Iron Man dons in this film is the Hulkbuster suit version 1. After it gets jumbled around by Hulk, Tony's gonna have to make a few new adjustments which we may see later down the line... Next months film is an original project I've been working on for a year. All of the films made this year have been test projects for this one. After that I will continue the JL/Avengers story Arc on a regular schedule throughout 2015. Like and Follow the Facebook page for the latest updates! https://www.facebook...lFeature?ref=hl Subscribe for new videos! youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=legogalactus Thanks for watching!
  19. FinalFeature

    Iron Mans Hulkbuster Suit

    In my upcoming film featuring the Avengers, I had to come up with a design for a more compact and sleek Hulkbuster suit for Iron Man to use to take on the Hulk. You can check out the suit in action November 1st on my Youtube channel. I went through alot of stages devolving this. It's pretty sturdy and sleek and I'm happy with the overall result. I thought about using a 4x4 dome and motion tracking it with an Iron Man head decal but it didn't look as great. It would make a great fight against *Hint* Hint* Thanks for looking!
  20. Lancethecat

    Favorite Bigfig?

    The only bigfig that I own is the Goblin King from the Goblin King Battle set, but my favorite one is definitely the Rancor. Which one is your favorite? Are there any characters you'd like to see as bigfigs in future sets? These are all of the bigfigs from licensed sets that have been released in the past few years: Hulk (Marvel Superheroes) Green Goblin (Marvel Superheroes) Cave Troll (Lord of the Rings) Goblin King (The Hobbit) Wampa (Star Wars) Rancor (Star Wars)
  21. FinalFeature

    Superman Vs Hulk

    The Man of Steel fights The Incredible Hulk in this brand new video of test footage from my Lego Justice League / Avengers crossover project. Stay during the credits to see additional footage from the DC / Marvel Project!
  22. I want to know about what you think about which line did a better job. This compares the Super Heroes sets with their look-a-like counterparts, your options are DC: 7779 The Batman Dragster: Catwoman Pursuit VS 6858 Catwoman Cycle City Chase 7780 The Batboat: The Hunt For Killer Croc VS 76000 Batman: Arctic Batman VS Mr Freeze: Aquaman On Ice 7781 The Batmobile: Two-Face's Escape VS 6864 Batmobile and the Two-Face Chase 7782 The Batwing: Joker's Aerial Assault VS 6863 Batwing Battle Over Gotham 7783 The Batcave: The Penguin and Mr Freeze's Invasion VS 6860 The Batcave 7785 Arkham Asylum VS 10937 Arkham Asylum Breakout 7786 The Batcopter: The Chase For Scarecrow VS 76011 Batman: Man-Bat Attack Marvel 6868 Hulk's Hellicarrier Breakout VS 76018 Hulk Lab Smash The choice is yours
  23. We love the Avengers, and took about 2 months to make this animation. Would love to hear what you all think.