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  1. (MOC) Rivendell

    My second micro Lord of the Rings creation, after Edoras. Andrew JN suggested that I build Rivendell, and I was skeptical about being able to pull it off in micro-scale at first. The main build process took a little over 2 weeks, and then I needed to wait a bit longer for parts to arrive to finish the model. It was primarily based off of these two images: picture 1, picture 2.The model is view-able from all sides, and while one of my most complex micro creations, it was an extremely rewarding build. Rivendell, also known as Imladris, was an Elven town and the house of Elrond located in Middle-earth. It is described as “The Last Homely House East of the Sea”, referencing towards Valinor, which is west of the Great Sea in Aman. High resolution images on flickr. Check out all of the pictures on brickbuilt to make sure you don't miss any details. Thanks for looking
  2. Greetings, Train Tech! Here's a model of the BR24 steam locomotive from Germany, built at my usual 15 inches / stud scale: The BR24 (or "DRG Class 24") were a standard class of German locomotives built in the 1920s and 1930s. As was the case with most standard German designs, plans were drawn up and orders were placed from various manufacturers. They served through World War 2, and continued to serve into the 70s in West Germany, East Germany, and in Poland (as the Oi2 class) Most photos of the locomotives show them fitted with the larger Wagner smoke deflectors (the "elephant ears") -- I've chosen to model the locomotive with the smaller Witte deflectors, which were fitted on a few locomotives later in their life. I was motivated to build this locomotive for two reasons. First, I wanted a suitable locomotive to go with the Umbauwagen I had built. Secondly, I hadn't seen many new takes on this model since Ben Beneke's version from the early 2000s! There are many builders who have modified Ben's design, often substituting BBB medium wheels for the rare large wheels from the set 7750. However, my typical scale is larger than the scale of Ben's model, and I also wanted to leverage some new parts have come out since Like most of my locomotives, this model features Power Functions. A single M-motor beneath the cab powers the drivers at a 5:3 reduction ratio. The locomotive is fairly light but pulls adequately, and there's room in the boiler for additional weight if needed. In a way, this model helps to understand and demonstrate how little weight and torque you can get away with; I see a lot of builders cram extra motors into their locomotive, when the torque can't be transmitted due to a lack of weight. The tender houses the Power Functions receiver and battery box. The 3-axle tender has a rigid frame, with the center axle sliding to negotiate curves (I used a similar geometry on the TP56 locomotive). The body of the tender lifts off for access. The battery box is mounted sideways to better take advantage of the shape of the tender. Coupled together, the locomotive has decent reception from all angles except the front, where the cab blocks the receiver. Incidentally, my model of the 2MT, which exhibited similar reception characteristics, happened to fall off the table during prototyping of this model. About 60% of the 2MT's parts wound up in the BR24, which is actually a pretty good recycling rate! I took the model to Bricks By The Bay 2017, where it spent many hours pulling the Umbauwagen around BayLUG's display. It also won "Best Machine" in the "Scale Models" category: Thanks to anyone who came by to see it, and the rest of the display! Here's the full Brickshelf gallery, along with some Work-In-Progress pictures. I've also brought you some footage of the locomotive in action: Thank you for reading! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- One final note: Ben was one of the builders who had been active around the time I first started buidling Lego train MOCs -- so in a way, this model is an homage to him. A few of the design techniques used in this model are based on techniques in his models -- the hinges angling the sides of the cab, the 11-plate-diameter boiler, and the way the smoke deflectors are attached. If you're still out there in the hobby, Ben, thank you for inspiring me and a whole generation of builders.
  3. Hey all, Been about 3 years since my last build, and 6 (!!!) since I was pretty actively building. However, I'm building somewhat again, so I've got some MOCs to post. First, HERAKLES: Brickshelf gallery Kind of a beefy dude, supposed to be some sort of fighting robot. Inspired by a bunch of stuff ranging from the Hercules beetle to the movie Real Steel. Then a Rorzakh revamp for a collab on Flickr: Brickshelf gallery Tried going more insectoid/monstrous on the shape of the Rorzakh. Let me know what you all think, C&C is always appreciated. P
  4. Why aren't there any any moc ideas posted? You have to search google very thoroughly in order to find stuff like this: I'd love to see peoples takes on how to build custom torsos or how to build custom limbs.. Or just outright clever ideas.. I'm currently stuck trying to figure out how to widen up a torso from the waist up in order to make a WH40K styled dreadnought torso.. If any of you have clever ideas you'd like to share, please post them below. Tips, ideas or frames like in the image is very helpful for newbie moccers.
  5. Inspired by the Speed Champions cars. Last year I built a car showroom to show them off. Al's Autos is built on 3 large baseplates. On the left baseplate the blue and white sign has doubled sided brick plate writing and rotates on a Technic turntable. The showroom has a roller door entry behind the office on the left. It is fully tiled inside and lit with PF LEDs. On the right baseplate the brown turntable also rotates on a Technic turntable. The footpath is designed to match up to the Modular footpaths. My own creation cars are a Pick Up truck with removable Camper. A Ford GT40 reverse engineered from a LEGO YouTube movie. The black Pontiac is a KITT replica and has a working red LED scanner in the front. Next was a service centre / workshop for the showroom.The back section is a parts department. On the right are two service bays. The front one has a working Technic pneumatic hoist. Also PF LED lighting. The shipping containers can fit a Speed Champions car or spare parts. To keep the cars clean I next built a car wash. This has a working Technic based linear actuator to move the brushes back and forward over the car. So after a long day. It's off to the Drive In movies. The diner has a projection room, kitchen, counter, seating and toilet. My own creation cars are two NYPD police cars with working light bars. A yellow NY taxi. The two Porsche 911's are modified with brick headlights and door handles. The ambulance has working LED light bars, headlights and taillights One day I will get around to doing close up and interior photos.
  6. So I've been working on a custom Savitar based on the design in "the Flash". I would like to know if anyone has any suggestions, particularly regarding the head.
  7. I felt like it was time to step up my game and start modeling more popular, more difficult Hypercars. I was able to create a suspension strong enough not to need torsion bar, for all you purists out there Flickr Album: https://flic.kr/s/aHskZHoj1H The Lego car blog: https://thelegocarblog.com/2017/05/15/money-monday/ Photo Instructions: https://goo.gl/photos/TYFAPW11jpkdA2dTA The Chiron has curves & shapes difficult to replicate. This build began with the simplistic, strong and extremely reliable Framework. Features: custom W16 motor (designed by @DugaldIC), front and rear lights, 2wd - 4wd shifter, Steering with the Servo, 2 XL Motors for drive, 1 M motor for rear wing, Sbrick, LIPO battery, button to turn on the battery & independent suspension. The idea was to create a purely cosmetic build, and create the whole car as close to scale as possible. As this car has a fairly short front and rear end, the batteries and motors had to be between the wheels. The Servo for steering was tucked as low as possible in front of the of the wheels not to interfere with the hood / wheel wells. Bugatti Chiron - Rear end by lachlan cameron, on Flickr The framework is low as possible, 1 stud off the ground, 2 studs above the front wheels. This was a nightmare to allow the wheels to turn without rubbing on the inside. There are 10 lights on this car, the most I have ever added to my builds! I've got to give huge props to Dugald for the engine, and Sheepo for the car jack in the video Two builds, two bros - Bugatti Chiron & Aston Martin Vantage GT3 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr Two Bro's, two supercars
  8. [MOC] Taiping Lake Garden

    Hi folks, today we are glad to present to you another great MOC of a lake garden in Taiping, Perak, Malaysia by Mr. Ng WY from LUG of Malaysia (LOM). The Taiping Lake Gardens was originally a mining ground before it was established as a public garden in 1880. This 64 hectars site is an abandoned tin mine made for recreational use. There are about 10 man-made lake and ponds throughout the gardens and its a very nice and peaceful place to visit if you have the chance to visit Malaysia. Let's have a look at this Lake in LEGO. The lake garden is easily accessible by the North South Highway, and look at these crowd of tourists here! I suppose its weekend here. The leaves and branches gave the peaceful feeling of this garden. But believe me, this MOC is so much more than this. A nice gazebo! I love the green and red color scheme of this small hut. All the bamboos here are the special attraction of the garden and you can peep through them to see a groom is posing for wedding photographs as they do that in the real garden. Tadaa! This is the whole picture of this magnificient MOC! The lake is built with trans clear tiles rather than trans blue tiles. I like it that Mr. Ng WY brilliantly use blue and grey under the trans clear pieces to show the depth of the lake! At the other side of the lake, there is a canoe activity going on. The gazebo is actually a bridge and the walkway is decorated with all the leaves and plants and bamboos along the way. Look! There is a wedding photoshoot going on! Every now and then couples are here with their hired photographers to take pre wedding photos for the beautiful scenery in the lake garden. A beautiful walkway. Let's keep this place clean. Nice clear water here. I think I've seen the swan some where.. hmm. Its a great addition in this MOC! There is actually swans for ride in the Taiping Lake Garden. This swan is moving by the pedaling motion of the riders. Our independence day is coming on the 31st of August. So Malaysia flag is waving on the boat. The trees have very nice and big trunks. Taiping is a very peaceful place for those pensioners to live in and you can see old folks sitting at the benches, talking about the good old days. Fishing. The artist is struggling for her new masterpiece. Maybe she can rest and have an ice cream first. There are monkeys too! They are feeding them bananas. This is the top view of the MOC and its very eye catching. Side view. I hope you enjoyed the MOC. Thoughts and comments are welcome. Thanks!
  9. This is probably the most complex model I've designed (and built) up to now. The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is one of the most spectacular buildings of the recent decades. Its style of deconstructivism and seemingly random but also very organic curves make for a magnificent view. It was a real challenge to build this in LEGO. I decided to use white bricks for the titanium surface - metallic parts are too rare in LEGO and grey seems too dull for the highly reflective surfaces. The building is surrounded by water and some large works of art, most noticeable the tulips (represented by violet cherries in the model) and the puppy by Jeff Koons. More pictures can be found here if you are interested: http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=571042
  10. I'd like to present a wip which I am about half way through - I tore down my 42043 and decided to build @jb70's excellent moc 5890, the langholzlaster (long timber truck). I'm awaiting a load of parts from Bricklink and have been making various cosmetic changes to the front end, including some colour changes, shiny mirrors, rebuilt fenders, extra lights, ladder, small fuel tank, extra bodywork panels, hubcaps, moved and altered exhaust, aerial etc. I still have the back of the truck and the crane/pneumatics to build, and I've really enjoyed the project so far. Thanks @jb70 for a great MOC! Once it is finished I'm planning on loading it with logs and taking it outside to try and take some more interesting and artistic rugged photos...
  11. [MOC] PAIGE

    PAIGE (Prototype Artificial Intelligence, Gynoid Expression) was created by robotics student Letta Arkwright to simulate the kinds of social competencies she struggled with in her own day-to-day life. PAIGE is powered by a digital brain with an unprecedented social learning engine. As PAIGE teaches her creator to relate to others and to understand her own emotional needs, she is also learning for herself what it means to be a person. This model of PAIGE uses over 830 pieces, stands 18.1 inches/46 centimeters/57.5 modules tall, weighs about 24 ounces/672 grams, and has 36 points of articulation. Her mouth, eyes, and eyebrows can be adjusted and/or swapped out to display different emotions.
  12. [MOC] Le Mans Protoype Race Car

    Hi everyone, this is my first post here :) Below is an 8-wide Le Mans race car, which is able to fit a minifigure with helmet in the cockpit. Hope you guys like it ! As I need more funds for my future mocs, this LDD file is now available for sale :) Regards, KMP www.facebook.com/kmpmocs
  13. I'm back again with new MOC! This is a "Military Half-Track Truck". The model is about 20-studs long, about 18-bricks tall, and 8-studs wide (about 10-studs with tires and tracks). The model also features, articulated steering and suspension, front pendular suspension, rear track suspension, openable bed, and interior. Though it has an interior, but it can't fit any minifig. Half-Track Truck - Front by Kamal Muftie Yafi, on Flickr Anyway, this model was originally built for Dgustafsson13's 10K Building Competition. And you can read some more information and renders in my Blog!
  14. In the past few weeks I've been busy on this beauty: Edificio Metropolis Madrid. The roof was a real pain in the #!@$, but I think it's done nicely. I've only used Google Earth and some photographs of this tourist hot-spot building in the capital of Spain. The only thing not being LEGO are the stickers with the word METROPOLIS and the Golden Arches sign of McDonald's. To watch these pictures in a larger size, please visit my folder at BrickShelf
  15. (MOC) Constitution Bar WIP

    Here's a modular that is currently a work in progress. Still a lot of work to do on floor 2 and 3 but just looking for any finishing touches people could recommend for the bar portion. I do plan on swapping out my breakaway wall to be dark tan so it won't feel so industrial. Thanks in advance! 20170727_003951 by David Kerkes, on Flickr 20170801_004905 by David Kerkes, on Flickr 20170730_001243 by David Kerkes, on Flickr 20170801_004022 by David Kerkes, on Flickr 20170801_004944 by David Kerkes, on Flickr
  16. [WIP] Big Truck

    I want to present my last creation - actual progress of my BigTruck. I wanna build realy big truck - width 32 studs seems to be big enough... I was partly inspired by great Peterbilt created by Sheepo and also 42070 new Technic set. I want to build 4x6 truck only but finally I build 4x6 with switch to 6x6. Instead of PF was BuWizz used. Actual functions - drive powered by 4x XL motor and steering via Servo. Switch between 4x6 and 6x6 mode via small pneumatic cylinder. More photos on BrickLink I will be out of home for 3 weeks so I hope I wil be able to finish my truck in September
  17. [MOC] Batman's Batmech

    Hello from France Guys ! I'm Bricks Feeder and it's my Fourth topic on Eurobricks! :) Today, I show you my MOC of the Batmech!! It's based on the Justice Buster and the batbot of the batman Series (2004). I think It's a cool building to play and It's very compact! It has twin Red Sun knuckles for Superman! BIG EDIT (19/08/2017) The final construction has 260 pieces. The Building instructions are available for 5 € on request (Message / Mail). PDF and part list (excel files). I used LDD and Blueprint. Rebrickable : https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-9391/BricksFeeder/batmech/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=approvemoc#comments My Other MOCs : ITT : [MOC] ITT (Imperial Troop Transport) from SW Rebels TIE Advanced Prototype : [MOC] TIE Advanced Prototype (aka Inquisitor's TIE) from SW Rebels A-Wing (McQuarrie / SW Rebels Design) : [MOC] A-Wing (McQuarrie / SW Rebels Design)
  18. Hello, I'm new here but not new to rebrickable, where is full of instructions, some free and some not. I wonder if selling moc instructions is legal. For example, if I made a Lego replica of Mercedes S class, and made instructions for it, don't I have to pay Mercedes for their design, and Lego for their parts' design? Thanks.
  19. I actually started this topic at the forum information and questions forum, but there were no satisfactory answers. So I'm asking this question here as lego technic is one of the fields of lego where many moc instructions are made, and sometimes sold. Is it legal to sell instuctions for my own creation? Let's say I made a replica of Mercedes S class, made instructions for it, and sold them. 1.Don't I have to pay the Lego company for their parts' design? 2.Don't I have to pay Mercedes for their car's design? I would love some comments, and I expect that people who have sold their instructions in the past could answer to this topic. Thanks,
  20. Here's something familiar from The Clone Wars to share with you - the Munificent-class star frigate. This one is seen throughout The Clone Wars series and in Revenge of the Sith so it was on my Must-MOC list for a long time. I wanted to make sure it would look somewhat suitable in scale when displayed with the Venator 8039. There's likely no hope of TLG ever doing this ship. There's not much to it but a shell of a hull with some guns around it - I was hoping to place an interior somewhere but there's barely any space. I recycled a bit of familiar parts - that sticker from the front slope pieces are from the Mandalorian speeder. The black strut in the front is there only to keep the ship upright. I had a version without the ventral fin but it looked wrong. I also got some inspiration from stark mark 5's sweet build here: Comments welcome. I can see now that I have to fix those engines. Next build.
  21. This has been my main project pretty much since Rogue One came out way back last December and I'm glad to say its finally done! My main goal with this was to make a U-wing that is closer to the actual size it appears in the movie and to have a cockpit that's connected to the troop bay unlike on the Lego set. In these respects I think its successful but I think it still needs some work, especially in fixing the proportions which were off from the beginning due to the wing design I chose. However, for now at least I'm just happy to call this finished but I'll no doubt return to it sometime! I have to say a big thanks to Kit Bricksto who let me use his great cockpit area design but also gave me lots of advise throughout the build once we both realised we had been working on our own U-wings. Sadly he hasn't finished his but you can checkout a WIP photo of it here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/kit_bricksto/34815561821/in/dateposted/ More pictures and info about the build is up on Flickr. Any and all comments on the build are very welcome especially ideas for improvements!
  22. [MOC] Glorious Indonesia!

    Marking 72 years of being an independent nation, this August 17th is a day that will be celebrated by Indonesian people, and so I am. I tried to replicate the Jayawijaya mountain and put a small Indonesian flag in the top of it. So here it is. I think I've done a great job on creating this. Glorious Indonesia! (Indonesia Jaya!) by Kamal Muftie Yafi, on Flickr See a blog post on DigiBrickz.com!
  23. Hello, this is my first time trying to do some Brickheadz just for fun, inspired on Sega Megadrive/Genesis Sonic Games BrickHeadz - Sonic, Knuckles and Tails by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr BrickHeadz - The Eggman Chase by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr
  24. LEGO - Alco Neopul1604 by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr LEGO - Alco Neopul1604 by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr LEGO - Alco Neopul1604 by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr
  25. Island Outpost

    This model was inspired by a LUG challenge focused around the Pirates theme. While I usually only make a few Pirates builds each year, it has always been one of my favorite genres. The one limit for the challenge was that your entry had to be no bigger than the largest official Pirates set. I have always been more attracted to the islands, forts, and land settings than ships themselves, so I settled on building a small fort on an island. A single 32×32 baseplate served as the foundation for the model. For once a peaceful day with no pirates, or enemy ships in sight of the small Imperial outpost. Which makes it a fitting time to restock with some fresh supplies. More pictures are available on brickbuilt. Thanks for looking