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  1. Takanuinuva

    Dynamo Knight

    Disclaimer. This is not my original idea. Full credit for the idea goes to Shadowgear https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyGhIB3zIrk I just took the idea and modified it to be more sturdy. Along with making the head into a headmaster. So here are pictures. Dino Form. Headmaster is called Tyrant. Knight Form Transformation pics are in the gallery http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=578204
  2. Hardly finished anything on this model, but felt like sharing the progress so far anyway. Building this is the goal: Here's a video which shows various functions of the batmobile in the game: I am planning to add the following functions: -2x XL motor for 4WD (I expect the total weight to be about 3-4kg, so I reckon I could use their power. I am a little afraid of breaking gears/axles, so still have L motors as a backup plan. -2 servo motors which are going to provide 3 ways of steering: Normal drive with airflaps to assist steering (as seen in the video) 360 degree turn on the spot (unfortunately not in the video but it can do this) Battle tank mode with crab steering -2 M motors for the turret and opening the cockpit for Batman to get in (I expect to add that function anyway besides the 2 functions I want for the turret) -9 PF lights, among which 1 set for the afterburner in "normal drive mode" I wanted to built this model since Januari, I even briefly considered it for TC7, but Jim and I both agreed that this vehicle fails the "looks like a normal car in non-battle mode" Meanwhile some other people on Eurobricks had a crack at the model (click en clicker) I liked the first topic alot for the CGI pictures of the batmobile like this, because seeing all the details on a model that's mostly black ingame is kind of hard. The fact that Warner Bros cancelled the version of the game that came with a scale model of the batmobile didn't help either, luckily these pictures also help for getting the scale right in the MOC. The second topic is pretty nice for some of his brickbuild solutions. An area I am not too familiar with since I built mostly Technic and lack knowledge of normal Lego parts. Two things I don't like about the second model: the wheels are too small (or the model too big for the wheels), especially shows around the wheelarches, but the wheelarches on my model are too thick too, but not as much as this one I think. The other thing is that he cut and drilled some parts to fit the model. I like to find solutions within the Lego system, so modding is a big no-no for me. Anywho, time for some pictures. It isn't much (not even in time invested, since I just did a little every moment I had time for it), but at least I can copy-paste to the other side instantly, assuming I don't have to make adjustments (as if lol) The midsection is just for me to get a rough idea of how it will look (leaning on a BB so it won't fall over). So it's lacking details just about everywhere in that section. Wheels and stuff missing some details too, but I want to get a functional model first. Every wheel needed to have 3 things: drive, steering and lights. The real model has electro motors on each wheel, I briefly considered mounting a M or L motor on the side and have it drive the wheel, but getting it locked in place there wouldn't look right with the actual model (wire of the L motor basically going over the inner tire). One thing I haven't looked into though is making my own rims for the tires, I will see how this works out first. The wires for the lights have been in many places and this is just about the only place where they don't interfere with the steering and driving gears. Here you can also see the main reason why my wheelarch is too thick: I needed 2 studs to fit those functions above the wheel. I am afraid the structure holding the wheels proves to be too weak for the full model, so might have to reinforce that later on. XL motor's spot is up for the debate. It will probably end 2 studs lower. Gear ratio at the moment is 1:1 (I think), not sure which way I am going to go with that since the XL is known to break gears and axles Battle tank crab steering mode. My model won't make 360+ turns with the wheels, nor even 180 degrees for 2 reasons - 360+ I am not feeling because of the wires getting tangled up - 180 degrees isn't going to really work with the servo. I want to use the servo for snappy steering like the real thing. The liftarm for the steering is a stud closer to the middle of the car than i'd like, but this was the spot to at least get a 100-120 degree turn. One servo will function as a gearbox between the different driving modes while the other servo just steers. I chose this setup to be able to switch quickly between steering modes, just like in the game. Lights had to be used on this model. I am still looking for a way to get the lights to turn red when he enters battle mode, but I don't know where or how (open for suggestions). The reason the rear doesn't have 3 lights on the wheel (does ingame), is because these are rarely shown (battle mode only, and only with the wheel at an angle). In case you wonder about some angles in this model. Pretty early in the build I lost track of what's 100% clean so I just began testing stuff by fixing a liftarm on 1 side and lining it up with the hole I wanted to use on the other end. If I could spin an axle freely in this hole, I gave it the thumbs up, if not, back to looking for another solution. One funny spot on the model where there is pressure, is at the rear, thanks to the freaking 12L soft axles, which quite frankly aren't acting so soft! If the soft axles aren't locked into to place the triangle above the rear lights aren't pushed into the 5x7 panles on the top, they push them slightly in when they are connected Some panels are only fixed in 1 spot, to give them room to move slightly around another panel/axle/liftarm if needed. I noticed a little late that some photo's are a little blurry, sorry, will check it next time. Next up: the actual chassis.
  3. First off: I did not design this steam engine! I modified it heavily to suit my tastes from this Eurobricks post (link here) from user @damangos. I did, however, rework my original 7 wide Emerald Night tender from 2014 instead of the 6 wide tender used by damangos in the original model, and I also reworked his model to suit my tastes and be cheaper on BrickLink. The engine in question is modeled in LNER dark green, and is numbered one higher than the A3 engine series ever went, though it is still called the the Emerald Knight. (just the set 10194's name with an added K, as you may have noticed.).... and yes, it's a bit dusty. I just noticed, and it's too late to retake the pictures now. (It's been sitting in a open-top bin waiting for the coaches to be built for a while, and I thought I dusted it thoroughly.) LNER is the name of the railroad that built the locomotive (like it's real-world inspiration, the Flying Scotsman, 4472), and it stands for London North Eastern Railway. The number 2509 was chosen because the A3 class of engines never went that high in numbering. (2508 was the highest, and was the last one built in the mid-1930's.) These four regular coaches, (and one guard's coach, seen below) are inspired by the recent Hogwarts Express cars, to save money on wheels and train car bodies / frames. They don't have any of the interior details the Hogwarts Express has, though. I based the colors of the coaches on a inverted set 10194 (Emerald Night) coach color scheme. I always thought the colors looked better like this, and it avoids the problems of the tan 1 x 4 x 3 train windows used in the original set. (which are very expensive!!) Fictional locomotive backstory: Fictional locomotive backstory: This is loco 2509, built January 1936 as the very last A3 to roll out of the factory for London North Eastern Railways (LNER). It was given the name Emerald Knight, a name which, while being the name of a wining racehorse from the mid-1800's also matched it's dark green paint job. The engine was usually assigned the the Kings Cross to Scarborough line, hauling the Scarborough Flyer until being withdrawn in 1965. The engine survived WWII in remarkable shape of maintenance during those hard years due to the heroic actions of it's engine and shed crews who were said to have taken a shine to "well-riding" and "good tempered" engine. Steaming never was an issue, and the fire was always roaring right when you wanted it according to a fair amount of it's crews from 1940 to 1947. British Railways (BR) took over in 1948 and the engine was painted "Express dark blue". Loco 2509 soldiered on for 17 more years until 1965 when it was deemed unnecessary for future use and sold for scrapping. Thankfully, unlike 99% of the rest of it's class (except for the Flying Scotsman, which was also saved), it was not condemned to the scrap line for very long, as it was saved in 1966 by the Lego Rail Transportation Society (LRTS), a preservation group with aims to restore the trusty engine to it's former glory. LRTS backdated the loco to it's original 1936 exterior specifications, while keeping abreast of any interior improvements made to it's sister loco "the Flying Scotsman" (loco number 4472) over the next forty years. In early 2018, the engine was rolled into the shop for it's new boiler ticket tear-down, when it was announced it would wear LNER dark green again instead of the BR dark blue. The engine rolled out of the LRTS shops on December 26th, 2019, just in time for the engine's 84th birthday celebration in January 2020. Well, that's all I got for now... just need to get my layout up and running again! Comments, questions, and complaints are welcome as usual!
  4. So I have (slowly) begun working on a castle, the Castle of Syndrifel. I started on the great hall and kitchen, because let's be honest, even minifigures get hungry. After building the great hall, I began to realize just how big this thing will be. I'm planning on building it in modular secutions due to the real estate it will take up. Do the colors look ok? Too much dark grey? Etc. The first two photos are the great hall and kitchen, sans furniture for the most part. A minifigure is there for scale. The white arch there is also just a place holder, as are the transparent bricks behind the royal table. Some furniture I've been working on. The far left might be counters, but I'm really not fans. The middle tan and black will probably be shelves and tables in the kitchen. Far right are 99% sure to be benches. Should I start building from the ground up? Right now I have ane idea of the walls. Ignore the white bricks, they're place holders, as are the full on dark gray. I'm thinking 12x12 for the towers, aside from the main gaates which might be 12x14 or something to give a bit more room. The center 4x4 will be filled in as well. I have six of those built, which are the amount of towers I plan on building.
  5. This time an unusual project. Four different builders, including me, built one story. Everyone built one scene and photographed it like a movie frame. Read more » 1. Red Orcs raided the church - Hero takes quest from the priest to kill Orcs in the dungeon (by Liwnik) 2. Hero slays his way to dungeon's entry (by jetboy) 3. Killing Orcs in the dungeon (by Kalais, that's me ;) ) 4. Quest complete - Hero taking rewards (by BHs) Bigger photos and full story here: LEGO Gallery - [MOC] Collaborative Quest WIPs, Behind the scenes and other extras at my: Instagram | Facebook | Flickr
  6. Chinese company is selling minifigures based on Game of Throne. I'm not sure if they got a proper license, but to be honest the design looks really nicely.
  7. Hi, Here I'm posting all my custom minifigs the days to come. I started back in early 2017 with building again and between builds I started with the customization of minifigs. If you like what you see give me a follow on Flickr, Instagram, Facebook and/or Pinterest. First attempt The Knights Templar Sergeant By Barthezz Brick 4 by Barthezz Brick, on Flickr Second attempt The Knights Templar Pikemen By Barthezz Brick 2 by Barthezz Brick, on Flickr Third attempt Templar Longbowman By Barthezz Brick 6 by Barthezz Brick, on Flickr You can find more detailed pictures in the album on Flickr. Greetings Barthezz Brick
  8. PrisonBrick

    [MOC] Knight Rider - K.I.T.T.

    This is my project of K.I.T.T.: 250 pieces, 2 minifigures can sit inside, De Lorean (CUUSO/Ideas) scale. Now I must place the orders of pieces to build it :) UPDATE: This is the real MOC :) Full album: https://flic.kr/s/aHskTyAXHH
  9. This is 3rd thing I tried to build for TC13. For my own surprise, this was very fast (started just yesterday afternoon). Volvo Iron Knight (if somebody here doesn't know) My model has two pullback motors working fake 4cyl engine it is almost in scale with tyres Some bad video
  10. ClassicLook

    Monty Python Black Knight

    Hi Everyone, Let me share with you my latest creation. I designed it to my brother for his birthday. He's a big Monty Python fan. It's the the Black Knight from the Monty Python and the Holy Grail movie. The knight is a simple black figure (with black head) with a custom printed torso. I've placed it into an IKEA Ribba picture frame. Hope you like it!
  11. TheBrickBuilder14

    [MOC] The Tumbler V2

    Back in April I created my own version of the Tumbler Batmobile from the Dark Knight trilogy. Some people suggested that I should swap out all the gold pieces for black ones given that the gold was too much given the small scale of the model itself... fast forward about half a year later and I have finally done so and in all honesty I am in love with how it looks. I also took the opportunity to change some elements of my previous design in order to make the Batmobile much more stable. As with my previous version Batman can still fit inside cowl and all. Here are some images of the updated model, enjoy :) That's all she wrote, I hope that you enjoyed this little creation of mine, feedback is always appreciated :)
  12. TheBrickBuilder14

    [MOC] Moon-Copter

    In 2013 Lego released the video game Lego Marvel Super Heroes. In the game many of Marvel's more obscure characters were captured in Lego form, one of these was Moon Knight. I literally didn't know a single thing about this character but instantly fell in love with his look. Apparently I wasn't the only one given that Muddy River Minifigs managed to capture his appearance perfectly using real minifigure parts. Having gotten my hands on a physical figure I went ahead and started researching Moon Knight in greater detail and discovered that he even had his own vehicle called the Moon-Copter (awesome right??), and much to my joy this figure was also featured in the video game. I went ahead and reverse engineered the thing using footage from the game and I must say that I am pretty pleased with the result. Obviously I had to change several things the most notable being that my brick built one is white as opposed to the flat silver color that it has in the game, obviously this is due to the fact that the required pieces simply do not exist in the right color. It features movable engines, a movable helicopter blade and a cockpit that can open up with enough space to fit a minifigure. So there you have it, the entire history of how this built came together, hope you enjoy the final result as much as I do :) The Knight with his Copter. As stated Moon-Knight (or any figure for that matter) fits easily inside the cockpit. Side profile shot; here the crescent shape is clearly visible, aerodynamics I hear you say? Moon-Knight does not care about such trivial stuff. A Look at the rear section of the vehicle. As stated the engines are pose able but they don't hold in place, this can easily be fixed by getting them slightly off the pin. The cockpit, nothing fancy but it does the job. Ready for takeoff. As always, feedback is greatly appreciated. Have a nice day :)
  13. GEF

    Smacked

    Here is a fight practice video that we did the other day, enjoy!
  14. My 6th alternate of 70312 features moving head, fully poseable arms and legs, opening chest cockpit that can fit Lance's bot. The Mecha Knight can hold the shield and lance in his hands, has a protective neck shield, shoulder cannon and armpit missiles. The whole figure can be seated and his left leg can kick some butt. Scroll down for tutorial.
  15. teljesnegyzet

    [MOC] History of LEGO Castle

    I already had the concept of "little castles from different subthemes" last year, but I didn't have the time to build it. Not long ago, I realised that the Yellow Castle will be 40 years old in 2018. I've put the two things together, and created a Lego Ideas project to commemorate this anniversary of the Castle theme. The concept of this MOC is similar to the 4002016 set: recreate some of the iconic castles of the Lego Castle history in smaller size. I've chosen a castle set from each decade from the 1970s to the 2010s and created a little tower that resembles that set. It was built in LDD and rendered in Bluerender. It was the first time I tried Bluerender, and I'm quite satisfied with it, but the texturing of the missing minifig and shield decals was pretty time consuming. You can see more pictures here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/149157518@N03/albums/72157680073276641 If you like my MOC, please support it on Lego Ideas: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/171709
  16. Hi everybody! :) Here is by some one of the most beautiful LEGO castle sets. I would agree with that statement and add a twist to it, my twist :) So here is my "upgrade" (hopefully not a downgrade) to the classic Black Knight's Castle set (Btw the big boxy tower in the background is an electrical switch cover for the lighting actually and not directly connected with the castle, but built in more or less the same style) Hope you enjoy it and give comments and/or ideas
  17. TheBrickBuilder14

    [MOC] Arkham Asylum Batmobile

    Ever since it made its first appearance in the video game Arkham Asylum I have been a huge fan of the Arkham verse Batmobile (so the 1st one not the tank one that was in Arkham Knight). For a long time I wanted to recreate it in Lego form and I have finally done exactly that. The Arkham-verse Batmobile as it is known was a rather small one much like the Batmobile from 1989 and as such it isn't exactly big in Lego form either. My version is as close to minifigure scale as I could get and I must say that I am rather pleased with it. I have decided to make the canopy red because in the comics the Batmobile is almost Always depicted with red windows, don't know why but I do like the effect that it provides. Anyway here are some pictures: Here is the Batmobile from the front, you can clearly see part of the engine, a custom built, high performance turbo-charged V8 engine (creating 1200bhp). A look at the turbine engine with afterburner in the rear for sudden bursts of speed. I hope you like my version of the Arkham verse Batmobile, have a nice day
  18. I created this topic to share my Nexo Knight Army! Most pieces are Lego, others are custom, or third party. Note: some Nexo Power Shields are custom printed, and not scannable for the game. I really hope you enjoy! The Monster Army
  19. He arrived at last. Memory after memory came to the warrior's mind as he traversed the ruins of what was once his kingdom. Although the marks of disaster reigned about him, not a clue could be found on who the guilty one was. Clenching his fist, The Knight stoutly resolved to seek out the truth... Here's my first MOC entry on Eurobricks! After about three to four different attempts, I finally managed to get this one built. The door arch was originally going to be the floor, but it just wasn't working out. Once I made it an archway, everything went together pretty quick. Getting the lighting to fit the mood was just as fun as building it! Ruins_2 by The Loreman, on Flickr Ruins_3 by The Loreman, on Flickr Ruins_7 by The Loreman, on Flickr Ruins_4 by The Loreman, on Flickr Ruins_6 by The Loreman, on Flickr I can already see a few things I would have done differently, probably tidying up the back to be more presentable, and raising the tile floor a little higher. I'm always looking for ways to improve my skills, so if you all have any advice I would love to hear it! - Loreman
  20. "Volvo Trucks reset its own two year-old record for heavy trucks with shockingly fast speed runs by its latest track-focused creation, the "Iron Knight." This big rig blasted to 60 mph in just 4.6 seconds thanks to its unbelievable 2,400 horsepower." iron knight by lachlan cameron, on Flickr Flicker: https://www.flickr.com/gp/139930963@N04/8xb6HX Video: Dugald has created a custom Iron Knight out of Technic Lego to pull my Ferrari FXX. (Unfortunately this MOC did not blast from 0-60mph in 4.6 seconds ) IMG_9090 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr This build is massive, 31 stud wide x 72 long x 35 tall. IMG_9127 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr The trailer can load and unload the 6 pound Ferrari with a winch and a clever sliding mechanism that slowly lowers the car down. IMG_9096 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr The trailer can switch from the winch to the lowering mechanism with a single switch powered by 1 XL motor. IMG_9100 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr The side panels flip up to reveal the battery packs. The Inline6 is located just behind the cabin. I've got to say, this truck has curves never seen before in Technic Lego truck. IMG_9092 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr This build took a month to create, some of the more difficult aspects to build was the tilt cabin with the working steering wheel and the 2wd - 4wd switch. IMG_9204 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr IMG_9206 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr IMG_9082 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr
  21. Just a nice web find I wanted to share.
  22. The brotherhood of the forest bulls roam through the countryside and forests of the cool South. Here on this hills, a throw wide to the nine realms, the elder brother Edmat decided to pose and if them the environment is inclined to build a place to live. A lot of time before the onrushing winter does not remain .... Anyway, the guys around certainly going to enjoy the forest bulls. Whether they dereint also belong to the Brotherhood? -------------------------------------- I built this MOC some time ago and presented it first at imperiumdersteine.de and now here for all non german speking FOL!
  23. Hi all! I wanted to share three custom figures I made and posted previously to Flickr. The first is a minifig recreation of an English soldier from the Battle of Azincourt, 1415. I made sure that all his gear was used by both English infantry and archers on the field. He sports a shortsleeved gambeson (red) and a brigandine (white). Gambesons were heavily padded defensive jackets, often quilted, and brigandines were close-fitting vests with series of steel plates riveted to the inside. The hand-and-a-half or "bastard" sword is homemade using various parts of plastic. Next is a German knight from 1272 AD. This knight wears a Templar's Helm, a style of Great Helm or heaume. Under this is a hauberk, a mail tunic which often extended over the head (or onto a metal skullcap worn beneath the great helm) and hands and hung down to the knee. His legs were protected by chausses, mail leggings, and leather thigh padding which was the ancestor of cuisse armor. Over all of this was a surcoat (green) with belt and scabbard. He carries an arming sword, a single-handed versatile sword of Viking origin, and a classic heater shield. To save space on this post, here is a link to a secondary photo where he is not wearing the surcoat!: https://www.flickr.c...eposted-public/ Last is my proudest. This figure is modeled on a soldier from the fictional country of Aedirn from The Witcher series, but the designers for that game were on-point with their historical accuracy, so all of his gear is very realistic. In fact, the helmet is modeled after a real Burgundian helmet from around the 1470s that is now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and I modeled the gloves after recreations of brigandine gloves found in the Battle of Visby (1365) excavations. Thanks for reading! Click on any of those pictures to see more complete descriptions on Flickr!
  24. Hello! This is my first MOC, created a few months ago using LDD. The idea is an adventuring party has set up camp for the night, and while the members make their preparations for the journey ahead, the bard plays by the fire to entertain them. I hope to build this scene "in the brick" one day, and I know there are several things I want to change already. But what I'd love is to hear from some of the expert MOCers here on ideas to improve. Please, feel free to rip it to shreds - you can't hurt my feelings. I'm just looking for ways to improve my skills. Thanks in advance everyone! Lindulan Around the Campfire by Lindulan Halcyon, on Flickr
  25. Hey guys , after waiting two months to get all the parts , everything I need for my Classic Arkham Batmobile has arrived . In my mind I’m still calling this a WIP , as there still remain some changes to be made , but they are really small and subtle , so I decided to post it as it is ( and maybe post a V1.1 later ) . As I’m sure you can imagine , one of these changes is changing the colour of the two “road signs” on the roof of the car to black . Unfortunately , these parts don’t come in black , so I’ll paint them ( I don’t love the idea anymore than you do , but I think the parts fit in perfectly and they look inaccurate being grey and brown ). I am also playing with the idea of adding stickers to give the model that extra bit of accuracy , specifically on the "6005" parts in front of the rear wheels . Finally , what’s a Batmobile without Batman ? I knew , from the moment I started building this that I had to get a custom Arkham series Batman minifig to go along with it . And when I tumbled upon onlinesailin’s Arkham City Batman, I was amazed by the astonishing level of detail, the amazing resemblance to the iconic suit, everything . Thanks “onlinesailin”, for the best minifigure out there , this moc wouldn't be the same without it . Now, I’m sure you came here to see a Batmobile, not read boring details, so here are some pictures . Now let me get that explosive gel ... I really hope you liked my build , please comment your opinion and/or constructive criticism . Thanks for viewing :)