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  1. I don't know if this has been done before here or somewhere else, but I thought it could be fun! Just post some pics of your Castle army. You can include old skellies in there too! The best way to do this is always in some kind of diorama! So, let's see some armies! :skull: I might post mine soon as well!
  2. Here is a look at our MASSIVE LEGO Lord of the Rings Middle-Earth Display!! We have been collecting LOTR since the themes original run, and have amassed a nice collection. We include the FOLLOWING locations in our Middle-Earth: Mordor, Shire, Rivendell, Weathertop, Lake-Town, Helm's Deep, Erebor and Isengard. For our Middle-Earth, we didn't worry about film or book accuracy. Instead we focused on utilizing our "given" space most efficiently. I hope you enjoy!!
  3. Captain Pirate Man


    Here is my REVIEW for LEGO LOTR Barad-Dur. This is a NONLAN review, so ALL views are my own!! Thanks for watching!!
  4. In this video I move the Tower of Orthanc and make room for Barad-Dur in our massive LEGO LOTR display!! Thanks for watching!!
  5. Captain Pirate Man

    LOTR Erebor MOC!!

    Here is our LOTR/ The Hobbit Erebor MOC!! I've seen some AMAZING MOC's of this over the years, but this one fits in our LOTR display perfectly. I hope you enjoy it!!
  6. Started this for the Lego Ideas LOTR contest from a weeks ago, but ran out of time for it then, and just came back to finish it now.
  7. Remember what Bilbo used to say: “It's a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don't keep your feet, there's no knowing where you might be swept off to.” This scene is about the departure of the Hobbits and includes: - Meeting Merry and Pippin at Farmer Maggot's Fields - The hiding from the Ringwraiths in the hollow under a tree root - Escaping the Nazgul at the Bucklebury Ferry In addition to all the trees, plants and animals, a total of fourteen minifigures (including a skeleton Easter Egg) have been used. Wherever possible, I‘ve included my own interpretation - e.g. recognizable by the hut near the river. As is the case with larger buildings, I find it difficult to capture all the attention to details in a few pictures. Nevertheless, I hope that you’re able discover at least some of it BTW: This is actually an older build (about 7 years old). Unlike some others, I didn't disassemble it. Instead it has been updated with some more modern parts, colors and techniques. Thank you for your time - and I look forward to your feedback in the comments. Yours, Tobi aka MM
  8. A Demon from the ancient world... A creature of both Flame and Shadow... I hope you like it .
  9. Now Rivendell is out, I thought it was a good time to start this thread. There is already a similar one for Star Wars, Harry Potter, DC, MCU and Pirates of the Caribbean, so one for The Lord of the Rings (as well as The Hobbit and any other Middle Earth) figures seems appropriate. If you haven't looked at any of the threads for the other themes, it's a place to share and show off any updates to improve your LOTR figures. It will be a while before I get Rivendell, so here are some I have put together in the meantime. Tom Bombadil, with his famous yellow boots. He is based on his depiction in the video games, as well as probably the best known illustration. I'm quite happy with him, although a more detailed torso and brown legs with boots would be better. There is also his appearance on the cards which features one of the crew of LOTR dressed by weta as Tom. I think Bilbo's Lake Town garb would look good for this, but unfortunately I don't thi k there are any dark blue legs with yellow boots. Next, here is one I threw together quickly, some useful figures to help you populate Rivendell. Using the 2012-14 elf hair pieces and Princess Leia's old torso, CMF Elf and Centaur, the old Snape and some other torsos from the Hobbit sets Finally, here are some of Thorin's company with medium legs. Thankfully all legs colours for the Dwarfs are available, these are the only ones I had to hand. I also gave Kili a better looking hair piece, although he could also do with an updated face. I hope to have some more soon, it would be great to see others work!
  10. The Witch-King of Angmar™ & Fellbeast™ BrickHeadz (LOTR Product Concept) By Rui Miguel “Do not come between the Nazgul and his prey” Shortly after I finish my Fellowship collection it bother me I couldn’t produce them in physical form or bring you another of my creations. So I decided to make one more character but with 4 parameters: 1 – No new printed elements 2 – Only available colors 3 – No rare parts 4 – Under 400 pieces At first, it crossed my mind to make a Balrog but then again LEGO is already making one… So I skipped. Treebeard was on the table of ideas too but I ended up doing the Witch-King of Angmar. It’s a villain with a badass design and a very iconic look. But what close the deal for me was the piece 65473 that had the perfect shape for a neck of a Fellbeast dragon and I think I haven’t seen a MOC of these characters in BrickHeadz form. The final result, I present here 😉 Hope you like it. My goal again was to deliver a LEGO experience that could resemble the product standards of LEGO official products, from packaging, LEGO model and building experience. Beneath I share the PDF files of the building instructions for this set I made. I also added the Bricklink studio file of the model so you can upload to Bricklink and generate a wanted list of the LEGO parts needed to order. If you have the opportunity to build for yourself hope you have a fun time building, playing and displaying into your collection. A SMALL NOTE: If you consider building the Fellbeast be aware to build the stand as well, because de stand counter weighs the weight of the Fellbeast’s head, preventing it from falling forward. 😊 Download Links (Google Drive): PDF Building Instructions: Book 1 - Stand (4.2 MB) here Book 2 - Witch-king Of Angmar (5.8MB) here Book 3 - Fellbeast (7 MB) - here Bricklink Studio file (338 KB) - here Features: - 348 pcs (2 figures and 1 stand) - Removable and playable - Rotating Stand display One Brick To Rule Them All! If you haven't, check out my other projects posted LOTR The Fellowship Of The Ring Brickheadz Collection Star Wars TIE Interceptor™ ROTJ 40th Anniversary Star Wars Utapau™ Defense MARVEL Ghost Rider Midnight Race
  11. Hi, In January 2018 I started with my first Game of Thrones moc. After 5 months of building and 20.000+ bricks later it was done. The scene is based upon the season 3: Episode 7 Bear and the Maiden Fair. If you like what you see give me a follow on; Flick, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and/or Pinterest. Game of Thrones - Bear and the Maiden Fair - by Barthezz Brick 1 by Barthezz Brick, on Flickr Game of Thrones - Bear and the Maiden Fair - by Barthezz Brick 4 by Barthezz Brick, on Flickr Game of Thrones - Bear and the Maiden Fair - by Barthezz Brick 8 by Barthezz Brick, on Flickr Game of Thrones - Bear and the Maiden Fair - by Barthezz Brick 10 by Barthezz Brick, on Flickr Game of Thrones - Bear and the Maiden Fair - by Barthezz Brick 25 by Barthezz Brick, on Flickr You can find more detailed pictures in the Flickr album. Greetings Barthezz Brick
  12. Just playing around with a few ideas for a Treebeard moc. Thinking if I can get him done I might put it on Lego Ideas as a "UCS" version. He's not really based on the movies, more my interpretation of him from the books. Except for his moustache, he's surprisingly sturdy, clips and bars hold everything in place pretty well. At the moment I'm not sure about his eyes - they're pearl gold but I think they need to be brighter... or maybe I've overdone his eyebrows. Here's a slightly earlier version... Part of me prefers them slightly simpler. Thoughts and suggestions welcome!
  13. Hi together, I miniscaled my castle Tir Asleen MOC. Hope you like it. Link to compare below the pictures. Please enjoy & thanks for watching :) Original on LEGOIdeas or Eurobricks
  14. Here is my participation in this contest: I try as much as possible to make my mocs alive thanks to the minifigs, their expressions and positions... This little contest allowed me to continue to practice. Passionate about medieval and fantastic creations, I acquired some Lotr and Hobbit minifigurines. The theme was therefore imposed on me... and I immediately thought of this scene from the film « Lord of the Rings - The Two Towers » The most challenging was to place a warg (which is almost 12 studs long), a horse and two minifigs on a 12 by 12 surface. (I finally added a third figure) I hope you like this moc and that many of you will participate!
  15. "That dwelling was named Menegroth, the Thousand Caves... The pillars of Menegroth were hewn in the likeness of the beeches of Oromë, stock, bough, and leaf, and they were lit with lanterns of gold. The nightingales sang there as in the gardens of Lórien; and there were fountains of silver, and basins of marble, and floors of many-coloured stones. Carven figures of beasts and birds there ran upon the walls, or climbed upon the pillars, or peered among the branches entwined with many flowers... But Túrin and his companions passing through great perils came at last to the borders of Doriath; and there they were found by Beleg Strongbow, chief of the marchwardens of King Thingol, who led them to Menegroth. Then Thingol received Túrin, and took him even to his own fostering, in honour of Húrin the Steadfast; for Thingol’s mood was changed towards the houses of the Elf-friends." -Tolkein, The Silmarillion I have been fascinated by Menegroth for a long time. Tolkien's description (much of it quoted above) always painted a vivid image in my imagination. I actually made a "first draft" attempt at Menegroth back in 2019. But I wasn't happy with it and planned to try again for this Turin series. I'm actually still not thrilled. I've captured the essentials that I had in mind, but have by no means done it justice. To do that I'd need more trees to create almost a stone forest. And trying to hide animals in the stone walls proved particularly difficult for me. The floor was made using this technique. And you can see the first part in my Turin series here. I don't know when I'll get to part 3. Maybe before Brickworld in June, but more likely afterwards.
  16. Lego Halloween – Custom Minifigure Welcome, friends! My new Lego Custom Minifigure – Hallow, a Sealed Mystic from my Lego Custom Undead Universe. I would say it better suits for Lego Halloween Theme. Thanks to LEGO for such a beautiful pumpkin. I used it repeatedly in my Lego customs. Lego Halloween is certainly an interesting topic for lovers of tickling their nerves – inhabitants buried under gravestones, bats, ghosts and transparent cubes. And certainly an indispensable attribute of the holiday and traditional decoration is a pumpkin lamp. Let's say «thank you» to LEGO for such a beautiful pumpkin. I used it repeatedly in my Lego custom minifigures. The holiday is firmly associated with supernatural. Rituals, horror stories, legends about ancestors, children wearing role-playing costumes with pumpkin lamps, and certainly clubs and Halloween parties for adults)) Super Holiday! The roots of the holiday go back to the tradition of the ancient Celts of Ireland and Scotland which is interesting in itself. We need to say a separate «thank you» to Halloween for Halloween's attributes that make this Holiday so atmospheric! Have a look at my Lego Halloween Custom Minifigure. I hope you will like it! The Lego Halloween custom minifigure can be twisted from all sides on my small YouTube Channel – Here. I've already customized more than 300 lego minifigures from the Lego Dark Fantesy Direction and the skeletons of the Army of Darkness. If you like my works, feel free to subscribe to follow me! Thank you for your attention! My previous projects on Eurobricks: • Two Headed Ogre Cho'gall Warcraft • Baba Yaga from Russian Folk Tales • Soul Taker – character from cult games and pearls of modern fantasy worlds – Lego Custom Minifigure
  17. This is a build of the Inn of the Prancing Pony from The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R Tolkien built as a Lego ideas submission to be made into a set. I have seen other versions of this inn and tavern submitted to LEGO ideas in the past, so I know there is interest out there in having this inn as a set. I hope to honor those previous submissions and see if we can reach 10K. The Prancing Pony is one of the most famous fantasy inns of literature and I would love to see this added as a set to the LEGO portfolio in the Lord of the Rings or castle genre. It is a very iconic medieval building. I would love you support if you would be willing to vote for this idea! Thank you!
  18. DynaBricks

    LotR Rohan Army Building

    Hi! Im starting work on an Edoras MOC and am trying to build up an accurate Rohan army which is cheaper to buy than the official figs. Does anyone know of some good torsos/legs/heads/hair to use for this?
  19. I would appreciate your vote on my Lego ideas MOC especially if you like the castle theme, dwarfs and Lord of the Rings Legos! You can vote for it here on the Lego Ideas website. My children are my inspiration for this Lego build. The dwarfs are some of our favorite castle minifigures and there are not many sets featuring them. This build is intended to feature the dwarven race and their unique home set robustly within the natural elements.

    The Office Tower of Orthanc

    A new MOC for my Pick a Brick City. I had a lot of black pieces and wanted to try something of a riff on the Tower of Orthanc from LOTR. I mostly build from the pick a brick wall at the LEGO store, so I had a lot of black 1x2, 1x4 slopes, 1x4 tiles, and cheese slopes and also 1x2x5 trans from there. I did buy a bunch of 1x4x6 windows and 500 1x3 slopes. The rest is from bulk used lots! So it's not cheap, but I didn't really make a ton of bricklink orders or anything. I built this because lego was selling the 1x4x6 glass for like .06 each, so I got 300 of them!
  21. gryffindorbrickkid

    Custom Figures

    Hi This page is for you to post images of your custom minifigures it does not have to be a full series it just has to be either pictures of your customs or discussing others. Have fun
  22. gryffindorbrickkid

    CMFs for former themes

    Imagine if LEGO brought back any of your favourite themes like The Simpsons, LOTR or POTC for a CMF series. Who will you choose to be in that said series.
  23. Niku

    Helms Deep

    Hello! this is a moc I have been working this year, I was expecting to present it at the end of the year, before all this situation happened, seems like maybe next year hopefully could be shown, I woulk like to build part of the Hornburg, and a friend will make the mountain on beside of the fortress(I made the other side of the mountain that closes the Deep Wall, I just didnt take a photo of it apparently). We also need to gather Uruks, many Uruks, (this I guess will not be simple, at least I got a few extra elves if anyone is willing to trade of xD), and the gray baseplates also will have terrain detail. Comments and Criticism is welcome. Hope you like it.
  24. "Do not come between a Nazgul and his prey." This is my first-ever creature and fantasy MOC, that of the Fellbeast from Lord of the Rings. It features articulated legs, wings, tail, neck, and head. Lego Fellbeast and Nazgul MOC by tfcrafter1, on Flickr Lego Fellbeast and Nazgul MOC by tfcrafter1, on Flickr Lego Fellbeast and Nazgul MOC by tfcrafter1, on Flickr
  25. So I have gotten many requests on how I built the Helm's Deep expansion based on EuroLock's original. Luckily I took pictures of it while i was building it, I had no idea these would be so sought after. If you are looking to build this expansion you can check out my Flickr set of WIP pictures. Every Module is covered for the most part, the front gates didn't get very much detail in the pictures, I only raised them up 2 bricks... I hope that this is a useful guide for people looking to build this (and not take a month of staring at pictures of the original finished product like I did) and if people are wondering what I bought in terms of bricklink, I can include what I ordered, but I cant tell you what I bought in the PAB except for lots of DGB bricks. I really appreciate the support, and I wish luck to the people who take on this task. -Bytor