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  1. Hey guys, I decided to create this topic and the main idea came from this and this post (so special thanks to @danth and @Digger of Bricks!). I would like to highlight three things before I start to post inspirational MOCs: I’ll post three staff picks everyday! Please feel free to post your favorite MOCs! Have fun admiring and taking inspiration from those great MOCs Top three MOC’s IMO in Baroque architecture: 1. This incredible Baroque Church by @Jellyeater! 2. This amazingly detailed MOC by @pj_bosman! 3. This greatly shaped modular by @cimddwc! Here are the three best Baroque MOC’s IMO! What do you think about them? Would you buy modulars like those if TLG made? Here are the Steampunk ones: 1. This incredible layout made together by @castor-troy and @domino39 (they also made one MOD of the PR and the MS and two MOD’s of the CC included in this layout. But they look so different that they are more MOC then MOD). EB topic here and Flickr albums with more photos here, here, here and here. 2. These great Steampunk modulars by @adde51! 3. These very interesting modulars by @Zilmrud who as well made great MOD’s of the PC and the BB! Here are the three most gorgeous Steampunk MOC’s IMO! What do you think of them? Would you buy modulars like those if TLG ever made?
  2. Hi guys, This is my last creation, a mall inspired from an art nouveau building in the little town of Beziers in the south of france wher i'm living. So i tried to reprocuce it and i used somme parts the GB headquarters and the apu spuermarket. At the first floor, ther is a supermarket, 2nd floor diferent stores (paul smith, hugo boss), and the on the roof a french café. Enjoy Galeries lafayette...a french mall by Jean Macou, sur Flickr Galeries lafayette...a french mall by Jean Macou, sur Flickr Galeries lafayette...a french mall by Jean Macou, sur Flickr Galeries lafayette...a french mall by Jean Macou, sur Flickr Galeries lafayette...a french mall by Jean Macou, sur Flickr Galeries lafayette...a french mall by Jean Macou, sur Flickr Galeries lafayette...a french mall by Jean Macou, sur Flickr Galeries lafayette...a french mall by Jean Macou, sur Flickr Galeries lafayette...a french mall by Jean Macou, sur Flickr Galeries lafayette...a french mall by Jean Macou, sur Flickr Galeries lafayette...a french mall by Jean Macou, sur Flickr Galeries lafayette...a french mall by Jean Macou, sur Flickr
  3. I recently felt a hankering to rebuild the first year Toa, only seven years (SEVEN!) after my original attempts (here). And so . . . Hold on. Wrong magnification. Obligatory daft joke out of the way - I started indulging my nostalgia with some brick-built mini-Toa but enough time spent staring at those lovely, lovely first year masks made me want to go the whole hog as it were. I'm not sure my Toa design stacks up against some of the designs out there but it's pretty darned flexible, which is a definite plus. More photos are available here. There's more to come - my table is covered in Bioincle builds at this point - but for now, let me leave you with some brick-built Rahi and a WIP howling void. Enjoy!
  4. Steven the toa of flight

    Scuba Steven

    Once I went to ga metru and i went for a dive and i got to actually keep the gear
  5. Roadmonkeytj

    [MOC]Horse Drawn Fire Engine

    So I'm not sure if this fits most of y'alls idea of Town... But it does mine lol. So I build a burnt cottage and wanted to have a fire engine to go with it. However a modern engine just wouldn't do as it would look out of place with my horse drawn carriages. I have always loved the old steam pumpers ever since I saw them as a kid. So I took to recreating. This isn't based off a specific model... More loosely based what I thought looked good in Lego. This has few fragile connections so it's not a playable moc but it's purpose will be to display in a layout once built so it should be OK. Also I intent to use the newer horses to look like they are running. Comments and criticism welcomed thanks for viewing!
  6. Hello, I want to share with you my first creation after 20 years in dark ages withou lego. Inspired by official lego model 42005 Monster Truckgreat color designoptimized for playabilityenhanced functions:* better steering radius (only front axle steering) new functions:* reel with hook* tilting trunk* openable gull-wing dooras any other tracked vehicle on hard floors it lacks, better play with it on carpetor as an alternative use big wheels (41896 43.2 x 26 Technic Racing wheel + 45982 Tyre 81.6 x 38 R Balloon) Side by side comparission with 42005 (with wheels and tyres)130 pages of generated instructions for intermediate level builder (A4 landscape orientation) full gallery HERE moc details + instructions on https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-19398/klimax/monster-truck
  7. Bricks Feeder

    [MOC] TAS Batmobile (1992)

    This Batmobile appears in the best TV show ever (for me)! This Car is very closed to the minifig's scale. Special Thanks to OneBadawan who inspired me for some parts of this Batmobile. Number of bricks : 345 Building Instructions (PDF) on my website (bricksfeeder.wixsite.com/bricksfeeder/dc-comics) : 5€. Parts list on Rebrickable : https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-11618/BricksFeeder/tas-batmobile-1992/#comments YouTube Video : https://youtu.be/iGaEaIzTKZY Next to my Rebirth Batmobile and my Modded LUCAS's "The Batman" Batmobile^^ A quick shot on a display and lights! I made a display for it on LDD (Free file : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1OOwmo1YSyaWSJ6fWYZEzllZ2G4ZDEgAT/view?usp=sharing) Thanks to tpetya (on Rebrickable) for this picture. Let me know what do you think about this MOC? :) If you have build my MOCs, could you send me a picture? I will be very happy to see if my work is around the world! :D Keep on building in a free world! You can see my other topics about my MOCs: TIE Fighter (SW Rebels Design) ITT TIE Advanced Prototype A-Wing (McQuarrie / SW Rebels Design) Batman's Batmech Speeder Bike 614-AVA Peugeot Spinner From Blade Runner 2049 Rebirth Batmobile
  8. Presenting Odense Kommandopost (Signal Box) from my hometown, Odense in Denmark. (or at least my interpretation) My model: Scale: ~1:60 Lenght: 32 bricks Width: 34 bricks Bricks: 1616 Model built: 2012 & 2018 (finished inside and re-designed for Moduverse, our Scandinavian variant of MILS) (Rendering by Bluerender but built irl) Front Rear Inside Built (not the greatest photo, sorry)
  9. See this post for pictures of final result After having put a number of projects on the back burner due to being too lacking skills and/or parts, I figured I should try to build something a) smaller, b) simpler and c) using (mostly) parts I already have. I decided on a small-scale mobile crane, based on the 49.2 mm wheels. I also decided I should start a WIP topic to get feedback and stay motivated to finish (or abandon ship if it turns into a disaster ). I first did some prototyping of the undercarriage in LDD: I'm fairly happy with the prototype, although I'm not fully convinced about the styling of the engine compartment. It looks a bit untidy, but I'm not certain on how to change that without resorting to system bricks. Any advice? This being a WIP topic, I also started building, of course. I violated point (c) above a bit, since it turned out I don't have all the parts, but most is there: So far so good, except the steering long is really poor: (Bricksafe is cropping the image for some reason: find the full picture here.) You can see that the fat tires and the pivot offset in combination with the close spacing does not allow a lot of space for the wheels to turn. I could space the wheels one stud more, but I think that doesn't look right: Upper is the current spacing, lower is one stud more. What do you think, form or function?
  10. SpinX125

    [MOC] Hot Rod Garage

    Small build i have been working on. Hot Rod Garage 1 by Thomas Mouridsen, on Flickr 2 by Thomas Mouridsen, on Flickr 3 by Thomas Mouridsen, on Flickr 4 by Thomas Mouridsen, on Flickr 5 by Thomas Mouridsen, on Flickr 6 by Thomas Mouridsen, on Flickr 7 by Thomas Mouridsen, on Flickr 8 by Thomas Mouridsen, on Flickr
  11. Peppermint_M

    MOC: The Yellow Castle

    2018 is something of a landmark year. The LEGO Brick as we know it is 60 years old. The Minifigure has celebrated its 40th. Something that may have been missed in all the excitement is the fact that set 375, Yellow Castle was launched 40 years ago. @Rufus has shared his project to restore the classic set, and I had a chance to discuss my plans with him at the Eurobricks Event this year. For it's anniversary year I decided to create a tribute to that great, classic, set. Oh, and I took it to an actual castle near me for a photo-shoot. I live and grew up in the ancient Kingdom of Gwent, or a more recently, the Historic County of Monmouthshire. An area much fought over by Welsh Princes and English Kings. Thus, there are a lot of castles around me and they featured just as much as LEGO in my childhood. I displayed this build at a local event and created flyers for people to look at. Chepstow, Goodrich, Raglan and Yellow Castle Now some stats! The whole build is 82 Studs in length and 40 Bricks high from baseplate to flagpole tip on the tallest tower. The whole build took me several months, on average I would build for about four hours a week. Digging out the bricks I wanted (just so much yellow!) and building with a few sketches and a lot of ideas. I have spent years building MOCs and visiting castles; Last year I visited a fair number of Edward I's Ring of Iron, so I had a good mental picture of my end result. The printed flag was my only project specific purchase, everything else was already in my collection (Twenty Five years and counting). I used pretty much all of the yellow 1x2, 1x1 and 1x3 bricks I own. Not to mention a lot of light-bley arches. I chose the Black Knight's flag as I love the design and the colours complemented the build and custom created the second flag using two LEGO logo stickers from the many unused sticker sheets I have accumulated (from set 3221). The printed flag decided what colours I would use for the waving flags, Red and Blue are good classic colours. This is the best view to pick out detailing on the Keep of the castle and the styles of window built in to the structure. While only the grandest details and glazing will do for the Keep, home of the Lord and his family, the other towers have more practical and defensive considerations. Now it is time to visit the castle. The rise in the land made a perfect vantage point to build a fortress, but an approach has been worn in over the years. After the castle's founding, a defensively minded caretaker decided that a Barbican would be useful to keep the main castle secure. The large doors can open wide to let welcome guests in, but the guards maintain a watch just in case. You can spot a treasure under the castle, secreted long ago. The moat splits the castle and the barbican, the drawbridge allows people to cross but can be raised in an attack. An axle can be turned to pull the chain in through the arches and raise the drawbridge. The tall castle gate sits within the strong gatehouse, guarded from above by stalwart men. You can also see the Lord of the Castle through the gates. A closer look, you can see the Lord, his daughter and son and a member of staff. The well supplies the castle with fresh water all the time, saving it during siege. Opposite the well is the door into the Keep and behind the lord is an archway that leads to the wall walk and either towers. This vantage point lets you see the Great Window for the castle Hall, the Lord's quarters also have a detailed set of windows and there is special stonework atop the keep. The staff and guards go about their business as the young lord plays with a dog. The Kitchen Tower is closest to the well and has a great chimney for the large cooking range. It can provide meals for the whole castle. The tower room is part home, part office for the Steward of the castle. He ensure day to day life runs smoothly at the castle and is second only to the Lord and his family. Of course, there are plenty of staff and residents of the castle. This smily chap is one of them. He is quite at home here! This Build has honestly been my largest project to date, both in scale and volume of bricks. Not only did I want to celebrate the milestones of LEGO this year, the landmarks of my home and the possibilities available with the most basic of LEGO bricks. But I also wanted to mark my 10th year of EB membership with something big to share with everyone.
  12. DK_Titan

    [MOC] Water tower - 1 meter high

    Our latest MOC - a water tower (heavily inspired by a real water tower in the city of Aarhus, Denmark). The model is approximately 1 meter high and consists of approximately 15.000 bricks. The water tower included in Salling's Christmas decoration 2018
  13. Instructions available here. I'm sure I'm not the only who on one hand appreciated the different direction Lego took with the DD design, but on the other hand found it hard to incorporate seemlessly into an existing town layout, since the architectural style is so distinct. So I set out to rebuild the set in a style more resembling the other modulars. And the result is the Internet Café Corner Modular. I almost gave up halfway through when I realized there wasn't enough bricks to build all the side walls I wanted, but in the end I managed to scrape together enough pieces to build everything I set out to. The first floor contains a couple computers to use for internet access and a small café with free Wi-Fi. The second floor has some living space and the rooftop a small garden.
  14. Pate-keetongu

    [MOC] Professor Dumbledore

    Harry Potter seems to be popular as ever, so here's Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore, the headmaster of Hogwarts. Mostly based on the description on the beginning of The Philosopher's Stone and with his phoenix Fawkes. More talk about the process can be read on my blog: http://cyclopicbricks.blogspot.com/2018/11/albus-dumbledore.html
  15. gotoAndLego

    [MOC] Bookshelf Library on Ideas

    Hey guys, I wanted to show you the latest thing I'm working on. It's a library inspired by the Kansas City Library's Parking Garage facade. I'm in the process of building it from real bricks and haven't done the interior yet. I'll post updates here and on the Ideas page and would love if if you guys could throw your support its way. Bookshelf Library on Ideas Here it is in our LUGs recent show.
  16. Steven the toa of flight

    Onu Matoran ranger

    This onu Matoran is a ranger for the Onu-Koro guard and defends the tunnels from invaders
  17. Hello AFOL's, i want to show you my new Moc of the Imperial Raider Class Corvette from Battlefront II. It has Parts: 1774 Lenght: 32,8cm Width: 16,8cm Height: 14,4cm Building Time: 4 Days I would be happy for feedback.
  18. This creation is ispired by the Star Wars universe and condensed in the LEGO format of a Skyline Architecture set. There are a lot of scenes, locations and vehicles recreated from the first two trilogies. If you can't spot them all there is a list in the following link. Instructions There are more than 790 pieces so it's jam packed :) Dimensions 792 pieces cm 37.5x 10 x 19 inch 15 x 4 x 7.5 studs 47 x 12.5 x 23.5 weight 388 gr / 13.7 oz The vehicles design have been inspired by advent calendars and other creations in microscale I found around the web. Most (if not all) of them needed to be reduced in size to fit the Skyline or adapted to be attached firmly and integrated in the little scenes that have been recreated. Hope you like it! Let me know what you think about it :) P.S. I know that maybe one for trilogy would be better or even one for movie You can find more images on my flickr page
  19. Steven the toa of flight

    Help

    I need help cause I am trying to make weapons for some of my Mocs I need some gun designs help please
  20. I designed a Lego Space Shuttle to scale with the recent Lego Saturn V set. Since I get this question a lot, it is more proportionally correct than the 10231 and 10213 Shuttle, and is also accurately scaled to the Saturn V :) I posted a version of it on here before, but this one has been adjusted and finally submitted it to Lego Ideas. Please share with friends and sign up and support if you like it! Click to see more images and support if you like it! Lego Ideas - NASA Space Shuttle (Saturn V Scale)
  21. Steven the toa of flight

    The living armor

    “the hulking mass of metal was once a toa of earth but over time his wisdom turned against him and lost all control when a krana lached on and mutated him over a long period of time his hands became monstrous claws and his head had become akin to a bohrok va/exo toa and his weapon turned into a shatter scythe, who is he, he is a living suit of armor”
  22. Hello! Several months ago we were able to get to know the new First Order machine "Gorilla Walker". When I saw the version released by Lego 75189, at first I thought it was necessary to build it in version "plussize" :) The design requires a lot of parts so I do it in LDD, after designing, I will order the appropriate parts. Current work lasts about 1.5 months, maybe I'll finish it by the end of the year :) How do you like it? All suggestions and comments are welcome :) More photos on flickr https://flic.kr/s/aHsm97P5CD
  23. Bricked1980

    [MOC] Miniature Steam Machines

    Hi everyone This is the first time I've posted a MOC in the train forum and although these models are not trains, they are still locomotives of a sort and I thought this would appeal to train and especially steam fans. "Miniature Steam Machines" is my collection of 3 steam engines designed at a small scale. I set myself a challenge to see if I could build these little engines using a very limited amount of bricks but still maintaining a decent level of detail. They are all very small. The biggest of the 3 models only contains 128 bricks. Traction Engine The Traction Engine is the smallest of the 3 models and only uses 82 bricks. The basic structure of this model forms the basis for all three models and this one in particular is intended to represent a miniature version of my LEGO IDEAS project, The Old Workhorse - Traction Engine. Steam Roller The second model is a steam roller and this one is made from 109 bricks. Showman's Engine The third model is a Showman's Engine. This model is the biggest of the 3 and contains 128 bricks. I designed these mini models to act as a sort of side project and to help promote my LEGO IDEAS model called "The Old Workhorse - Traction Engine". This a much bigger and more detailed model. Here is a picture showing the mini models alongside the Old Workhorse. If you're interested in reading more about The Old Workhorse then it has its own topic here on Eurobricks. The Old Workhorse - Traction Engine If you like the model I'd also be massively grateful if you could please vote for it over on LEGO IDEAS at the following link. https://lego.build/2vRfVGL Many thanks for reading and I hope you like these models.
  24. Steven the toa of flight

    Tunnel guard

    In onu-Koro after the bohrok swarms invaded the Onu-Koro Matoran decided they needed a guard force so the first volunteer joined the guard and as such is the captain, he is equipped with a light stone torch and a arm blaster for crystals. action pose
  25. Hi everyone You may have seen my MOC modular buildings on here recently, The Queen Bricktoria and Brick Square Post Office. For my new project I've decided to build something completely different. This is also my first ever entry as a Lego Ideas project. "A roaring fire and a full head of steam, the old traction engine is ready for work!" I have created a scene set some time during the early 20th century. Farmers are working in the fields with their steam traction engine, affectionately known as "The Old Workhorse". The model includes a detailed mini fig scale traction engine, a wagon and various other accessories and mini builds. THE TRACTION ENGINE The main feature of the model is the traction engine itself. I've used a classic green and red livery with polished brass lining and details. There are several interesting parts used to create this engine including paint roller handles and mini fig syringes used to create the piping around the boiler and inside the cab. A system of cogs ensures that the flywheel spins around as the traction engine is pushed forward. A detailed cab interior includes steering wheel, controls and a firebox door that can be opened and closed to reveal the burning fire inside. The front wheel axle can be pivoted left and right. THE WAGON I've also included a wagon/trailer that can be coupled to the back of the traction engine and used to carry the various accessories included with the model. The sides of the wagon can be dropped down to provide loading access for the mini figs. There is space at the front of the wagon to hold tools and mini fig accessories. MINIFIGURES & OTHER ACCESSORIES Included with the model are 2 mini figs, a dog, a rat and several mini builds including tree stumps, logs and rocks. These are all designed to be carried and towed in the wagon. THE FINISHED MODEL The overall model contains 480 pieces. Here is a shot of The Old Workhorse, steaming past the buildings in my MOC modular street. LEGO IDEAS As mentioned earlier this is my first entry as a Lego Ideas project. If you like what you see then I really would be so grateful if you could please support my project on Lego Ideas, and help The Old Workhorse to gather steam. https://ideas.lego.com/projects/2a2ec583-9836-4868-8dc7-6b3bb0a2fe80 Thank you very much for taking the time to read this and I hope you like the model. Feel free to let me know what you think. If you'd like to see more pictures, there are many more on my Flickr page. Edit: I've added a new brick built version of the model on page 2 of this topic.