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  1. craigslegostuff

    "X'Wing Crash On Endor!" - pics

    https://flic.kr/s/aHsmrfBUyN
  2. Psyence

    [MOC] - UCS X34 Landspeeder

    Here is project I've been toying with since November - UCS X34 Landspeeder MOC. There has been a lack of land vehicles in the UCS line-up. I built with LDD initially and after six versions I ended my journey with this - although updates are already brewing. It measures 22.5 inches in length, 15.5 inches in width and 14.5 inches in height with the stand at 2798 pieces. Would love to hear any comments or critiquing on this. I am by no means an experienced MOC builder as this is only my second MOC - the first being a UCS Tie Fighter. I had the best time doing this and I'm looking forward to my next build. Let me know what you think...https://www.flickr.c...57649885427838/If you like this MOC, feel free to "Support" it:https://ideas.lego.c.../91535/comments Lego Star Wars UCS X34 Landspeeder by aaron.fiskum, on Flickr
  3. DanDare006

    Star Wars Cloud City 2017/18?

    The Cloud City playset from Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Backs…https://ideas.lego.com/projects/163944 I wanted to design a fun and playable set which would include the ionic scenes from the Empire Strikes Back film. The aim was to create a set that resembles the shape of the cloud city and offers a playable platform like the Death Star play set. I’m a keen Star Wars fan and as Cloud City hasn’t seen a new set since 2003 I thought I would have a go. I hope you enjoy and welcome your creative input into my project. Thanks for your vote…
  4. VaderFan2187

    [MOC] Encounter on Dagobah

    This is a set TLG has not made since 2002, and I feel it really needs to be remade. The false 2016 rumor, which turned out to be Yoda's CW Jedi Starfighter, was particularly disappointing. Here is my take on it. It could very well be a $25 set. You can remove the roof to see the interior. Plus the walls fold open! You can see Yoda's bed and his pot of food. Here's the view from the entrance :) C&C Welcome! Cheers! VaderFan2187
  5. Two LEGO Star Wars "Luke's Landspeeder" models within three years. A comparison of set 75173 (2017) versus Set 75052 (as part of the 2014 Mos Eisley Cantina).
  6. The Cloud City playset from Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Backs…https://ideas.lego.com/projects/163944 I wanted to design a fun and playable set which would include the ionic scenes from the Empire Strikes Back film. The aim was to create a set that resembles the shape of the cloud city and offers a playable platform like the Death Star play set. I’m a keen Star Wars fan and as Cloud City hasn’t seen a new set since 2003 I thought I would have a go. I hope you enjoy and welcome your creative input into my project. Thanks for your vote…
  7. dimnico

    [MOC] I Am Your Father...

    Hi guys, so I have been very busy recently with my builds! I have a lot to share starting with this recreation of a classic scene. IMG_20161203_151458 by dimitrinicomanis, on Flickr This build sits on a 12x14 base. I have tried to recreate the weather vane as faithfully to the film. IMG_20161203_135638 by dimitrinicomanis, on Flickr The Luke mini fig is a custom, which I dont often like using, however the printing work on this figure is outstanding and looks perfect. IMG_20161208_225410 by dimitrinicomanis, on Flickr I am really happy with the technique to make the bridge and think it works really well. IMG_20161207_145604 by dimitrinicomanis, on Flickr Originally I wasn't going to add a backdrop but I think with just the sense of the walls behind the action it helps set the scene even more. IMG_20161204_194619 by dimitrinicomanis, on Flickr Anyway I am really happy with how this has turned out, it was a pretty quick build with just bits and pieces I had lying around! As always though I would love to hear your thoughts and suggestions and may the force be with you! IMG_20161204_151421 by dimitrinicomanis, on Flickr
  8. Hello! My name is Ryan, or 8-Bit Ramen. I really enjoy making Lego Stopmotion short films! I'm only a beginner, but as I start to grow as a Youtuber, I would one day like to make a longer (like 10 minutes) fully voiced Lego Stopmotion! I recently posted my first one, which is also going to be featured in Michael's Mind's Lego Rewind 2016! Shoutout to him! anyways, here's the video! Make sure to tell me what two characters should fight next? I'm thinking Laval and Kai... Even though I'm missing pieces of my Laval haha. Maybe Cap and Iron man? [media] [/media]
  9. LegoJalex

    [MOC] Star Wars Bobbleheads

    This is a project I've been working on from time to time during the summer. A bobblehead is a toy figure with an oversized head that is connected to the body with a spring. When you lightly tap on its head it wobbles (or bobbles) back and forth for a while. I was thinking about how a bobblehead could be made by LEGO bricks, and how the wobbling effect could be built. There is no real LEGO spring that can be used for this purpose, so I had to think of something else to use. After some trial and error I found a simple technic using an LEGO antenna piece which creates a wobbling effect that works really well. The video below shows how it works in reality. I created an Ideas project of it as well, so please have a look and I would appreciate if you gave it your support. I decided to recreate six characters from the original Star Wars movie into LEGO bobbleheads - Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Boba Fett, Darth Vader and a Stormtrooper. The head can also be turned in all directions like in the image below. Hope you enjoy it!
  10. MajklSpajkl

    [MOC] Father knows best!

    "The force is with you, young Skywalker, but you are not a Jedi yet. You have only begun to discover your power. Join me, and I will complete your training. With our combined strength, we can end this destructive conflict and bring order to the galaxy." There, some heavy breathing from Lord Vader for intro I'm more of a lurker in this parts of the forum (mostly I built with Technic) but since my pocket sponsored a couple of SW sets in the past few months, my fingers got kinda itchy and I just had to build something SW-themed. As you can see I started small, but it was a lot of fun - this is the first time I tried to put together some greebling of my own and I really like this SNOT stuff too At first it all started as just a minifig treadmill, but then I decided to coat it with a bit of a parody on the Death Star Final duel scene/set, which, as you can see, donated most of the parts. Of course, me being a Technic guy, I couldn't resist using some Technic parts - the stickers on the treadmill are from set 42032 :-) And that energy glow behing the column is not PS magic, I actually managed to get the PF LEDs back there. A few more photos to break my SW ice... Thanks in advance for you comments, praise, rants and gossip. Best regards, Miha
  11. szabomate90

    [MOC] [LDD] I Am Your Father

    The Empire Strikes Back's Duel on Cloud City between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader is one of the most iconic and significant scene in the Star Wars saga and in film history as well. Also emotionally this is the most dramatic turning point or climax in the whole story. In that case this epic moment deserves a Lego set. Lego already released the 10123 Cloud City set in 2003 roughly with all the Bespin scenes. Now we're focusing on the lower levels throughout the chamber, where Vader revealed the truth to Luke. The project based on the original location that we see in the movie and also uses the behind the scene photos as reference for the sizes, shapes, colors as accurately as possible. What do you think about it? Is it really a must have scene? If you like the idea please support here: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/139111 Also if you want this to become a real set share it with your friends! Thank you! Cheers!
  12. Peppermint_M

    [MOC] Attack on Empire

    Once every blue moon I build a Star Wars MOC. My last one was five years ago! As I was building for a local geek event I was displaying at, I decided on a mashup. The microscale Sandcrawler was built from a few pictures from the film. Luke is custom as I do not actually have a flesh-tone figure of him or even a New Hope version. I stole my brother-in-law's alarm clock. I really don't need to explain the reference do I? Anyhop, here is my MOC. Comment and critique as you wish.
  13. markus1984

    EpisodeIV - "Thanks the maker"

    Hey, Here i want show you my entry for the 3rd Star Wars MOC-Olympics on Imperium der Steine. Category of the first round was to build an scene from EPI-VI where you see only 3 figs and that on an maximum size from 32x32. Original scene All photos on flickr. greetings markus
  14. Hello folks, here is my new Lego Star Wars film, a short one this time: Luke Skywalker vs. Mara Jade. Have fun watching, I hope you like it:-)
  15. This was made for my new video that was made in 22 hours. In the photo I included the original plate in the top left corner. Alot of the fx I added in was a rust texture for the speeder along with dust and some color correction. Alot of the parts in the speeder came from the Hulkbuster suit I made for an Avengers video awhile back. If you would like to check out the speeder in action here's the video below. Thanks for looking and may the force be with you!
  16. BaratiProductions

    Brickflick Star Wars

    Day 3 of 8 films in 8 days is Star Wars fastest and funniest. Check it out and tell us what you think.
  17. This was made in about a week, just testing out some new green screens and mouth animation. It's a LEGOfied version of the Star Wars Blu Ray trailer from awhile back. [media] [/media]
  18. Hello! I would like to share some new decals that I made for my Nebulon-B project. They follow the same guidelines than the ones I published last year for the Invisible Hand characters. Two of them are new designs: Luke with his prosthetic hand, and Lando wearing a smuggler outfit (in other words, Han’s clothes) The other two are redesigns for Leia (leg and back printing) and C-3PO (leg printing). The image works as a link to the HQ picture: And here’s the alternative version with white backgrounds: http://www.brickshel...bulonbwhite.png
  19. I’ve been making an effort to look at more of the different sites FOLs can post their MOCs on lately. And one that caught my eye on ReBrick was a medium-sized bust of Darth Maul with his probe droids. And I thought, “Wow, that’s really nice shaping.” So I clicked on the link back to the builder’s photostream and saw… 4-LOM! Bossk! Dengar! Zuckuss! IG-88! White Boba Fett! Some Clone Wars bounty hunters I don’t care about! ( ) All beautifully sculpted and detailed. Excellent work using a variety of shapes to sculpt instantly-recognizable characters at this scale. Look at the bandages on Dengar. Look at the expression of Bossk. But he’s also made two other characters in addition to the nine bounty hunters and the pilot Luke Skywalker at the beginning of this post, and one of those really caught my eye. The head, especially the mouth, on this Greedo: Incredible. The models are also on CUUSOO.
  20. montgocloud

    REVIEW: 7140 X-Wing Fighter

    In honor of the release of the new UCS X-Wing, it's time to review the classic 7140 X-Wing Fighter! 7140 X-Wing Fighter Pieces: 263 Minifigs: 4 Price: $30 Year of Release: 1999 Description: PART ONE: Box, Parts, and Introduction The box of the set is mid-sized, around the same size of a current $50 set. Maybe a bit taller. I just love the classic LEGO Star Wars emblem and the nice gold font. It's also interesting to note that the 1999 line is the only one to feature the "System" logo. The side has some nice art of Luke, his friends, and some details of the X-Wing itself. The back has a fantastically nostalgic spread of the set being built by the four minifigures and two alternative models. This layout was stopped starting in 2002. Here are some close ups: Once you open up the box, a nice cardboard tray with the contents slides out. And yes. I do keep my minifigures constructed. Removing everything from the box gives you this. It may seem like a big heap of gray, but there are quite a few little gems of pieces contained in this set. There are no stickers in the set, just a large amount of beautifully printed elements. Some useful wings, tubes, interlocking joints, and control panels here. PART TWO: The Instruction Book The instruction book has a lot of great details. First, names under the minifigs. Second, relavent movie stills at the top! Third, the rebel insignia located behind the numbering of the steps! Only the highest quality of photos from montyofmusic, folks. Doesn't make my eyes bleed at all. Nope, mmm, nope. The fourth detail we have here is a comic book. And these can actually be understood unlike some LEGO comics that I know... *cough* *cough* *cough* *cough*. Sorry, it's hard to talk when I'm coughing. I meant LEGO Superheroes comics. Those things are horrible. And this is when we get a glimpse of those nifty alternate builds in action! PART THREE: Minifigures Now that we have all that exposition out of the way, lets continue with some more exposition! Minifigure time! Let's start with the always important Luke Skywalker. Such a classic little figure. Instantly recognizable. Stood the test of time. Brilliant. Next in the lineup is Biggs Darklighter. An odd choice, but a great one especially considering we haven't gotten any representation of him since. The Rebel Mechanic (or Technician). A fine minifigure on its own, but fails on accuracy. Then again, I could be basing it off of the wrong design. And now for R2-D2, everyone's favorite astromech droid (but not mine, R2 is too mainstream for me). The redesign is better, sure, but this version just reeks of amazing. So much so that it took nearly 10 years for the new incarnation to surface. A little bonus picture of the two helmets included. The one on the right is exclusive to this set. PART FOUR: The Build The build starts with the rebel ground vehicle. The main section features the controls and some removable ground equipment that I'll go more in depth in later. The first carriage is seating for the pilots of the Rebel Alliance. The second carriage has all of the tools needed to repair the X-Wing and a gas hose. I'm not sure about the last section, but the first two carts are fairly screen accurate. Right down to the yellow control panel. Good job, LEGO. The build of the main meat of the set, the X-Wing, will be shown in 5 step incraments. Step 5: Step 10: Step 15: Step 20: Step 25: Step 30: Done! Right? Looks like it? Well, no. Just some facetious misdirection by me! Reviewer. Personality. Comedian. Is there anything I can't do? The landing gear is put together in this bizarre page. I've never seen anything like it (except for Harry Potter sets 4721, 4722, and 4723). And... NOW IT'S DONE! Considering it was released in 1999, this baby is really screen accurate. It is on par with the Snowspeeder for being the most accurate set of that year. The printed elements really help this model stand out among the rest. PART FIVE: Features Remember when I said "...removable ground equipment that I'll go more in depth in later"? No? Well I don't read the text on my reviews either. The equipment contained in the first carriage is used as landing guides for the X-Wing. Nifty! The X-Wing itself has a lot of great features and details. First up are the two storage spaces. The second are the details on the wing. Accuracy! Next up is the cockpit. It's nice and spacious, but akwardly shaped to say the least. Luke and Biggs can't reach the control screen in front of them! They have to resort to using the decorated panels on each side. R2-D2 is actually faced the right direction in this incarnation of the X-Wing (unlike the 2012 version). I love this even if there is no protection around poor R2's body. Also note the nice engine printing. The S-Foils lock into attack position with clicking hinges. With the addition of the landing gear, the X-Wing can be in this position even when landed! PART SIX: Final Verdict MINIFIGS-10/10 Luke Skywalker is perfectly recognizable to this day. R2-D2 is fantastic as always. Biggs Darklighter is an unexpected surprise. The Rebel Mechanic, while not film accurate, is perfect for any Rebel base MOC. The only thing that might be lacking is a blaster for Biggs. PARTS-10/10 A miriad of printed elements and basic elements. What I loved about classic LEGO is the restriction on designers to create the sets with useful parts that kids could use to build other creations. What results is a set that is just as much a film accurate X-Wing as a parts pack. DESIGN-10/10 Everything looks and works masterfully.The inclusion of a ground transport makes the set feel very complete. This sense of completion I felt was lacking in the 2012 incarnation, as fantastic as that set was. FEATURES-10/10 Opening wings, detailed cockpit, and storage spaces galore! What more could anyone ask for? SWOOSHABILITY-10/10 I could take off a point for having to painstakingly remove and apply the landing gear, but this set deserves the 10/10 on this one. It's pretty fun to remove this one from the box and swoosh it around. Now imagine that an eight year old kid has this set. The swooshability just goes through the roof. And into the sky. Zooooooooooooooom. FINAL VERDICT-50/50 or... 10/10! This set is perfect. The best of 1999. If you can find it for a good price, it is well worth it. Join me next time for the Cloud City review! I know I promised it last time, but large sets take a long time to build, photograph, and upload, especially a set as hyped as this one. See you guys later!