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  1. Hello, I finished my latest MOC, the Sierra Railway No. 3 Locomotive a.k.a. the Central Pacific Railroad Locomotive 131 (known from Back to the Future Part III). This is my first train MOC, I've mainly stuck to making cars so far as they have been a bit easier subjects but as a long time Lego Trains fan (7740 being my all-time favorite Lego set and my prized possession) a train MOC has been high on my wanted list. I chose the Sierra Railway No. 3 Locomotive as my subject as I like steam locomotives, and in my mind the looks of the No. 3 is more or less the exact definition of a classic steam locomotive. It's also a bit smaller in size compared to later steam locomotives, so after some initial sketches and trials I felt it would be well suited to build in 8-wide scale. It was a fairly long process to complete, I had the basic knowledge of Lego trains but had to study quite a bit and learn about the pitfalls of Lego steam locomotives especially. I wanted to use the Powered Up components to motorize it, and initially I settled on the idea to take the "easy route" and have a regular train motor and battery box in the tender, as it would be the reasonable thing to do. However, after some trials I quickly realized it's not going to work, the axle spacing and the general look of the tender was not compatible with the train motor. Then I considered using the train motor as the front bogey of the locomotive, but it didn't really match that either and moreover, the battery box would not have fitted into the boiler above the front bogey to give the traction needed. All these things you more experienced train builders would have probably been able to tell me straight ahead... So I was left with the solution of installing a PU Technic L-motor and the battery box directly into the chassis of the locomotive and make the big main wheels driven. With that, I also chose to make the cab and boiler detachable from the chassis to be able to change the battery. That setup also needed quite a lot of testing with different options to figure out what kind of wheel base and configuration I can use so that the train will still be able to go through the curved Lego tracks. Turns out as you increase the wheel base, the friction starts increasing surprisingly quickly. So I settled with the configuration as seen in the pictures, which I think is the maximum to have the train still run reasonably well. It already slows down a little in the curves like this, but it's not too bad yet so I felt it was a decent compromise between looks and function. One challenge was also creating the gearbox and the connecting rods for the wheels, I experimented with many different ways with having the motor drive connected to one set of driving wheels and the liftarm connection rods driving the rest of the wheels. I suppose you already know that it didn't work at all in Lego form, seemed to be mainly caused by the fair amount of play in the liftarm pin connections. So the solution that finally worked well was to couple all three axles with gears so they rotate synchronized, and have the connection rod as a "display piece". That also enabled me to use the tehcnic axles instead of liftarms (the connections won't come off), which I felt looked better. The piston rod is still a liftarm, and it's connected to the front driving wheel instead of the middle like in the real locomotive, but that I accepted as a compromise I can make due "Lego limitations"... I wanted to use regular Lego parts at least for now for my first train build, so I wanted to keep it relatively simple. At some point of the build I realized that if I have it motorized, why not lighted as well, and there is another port in the battery hub to add the PU light. However, it had 2 lights and I only needed one above the boiler in the front, so had to figure out where to hide the other light. So out of necessity became an idea to attach the other light to the other end of the boiler to mimic the glow from the fire burning in the furnace of the boiler. That worked out quite nicely, but mostly by accident... The only problem with the light is that there doesn't seem to be a way to control it perfectly; when using the regular remote it can be switched on/off but the motor is also only on/off, which works but it's not very convenient. When using the Lego app (for the Crocodile Locomotive) the motor can be run with different speeds but there is no button for a light. So might need to look into creating some simple control app myself at some point. I experimented with different gear ratios for the Technic L-motor, but in the end I found using 1:1 ratio seemed to be optimal. It's the same ratio as used in the Crocodile Locomotive, so this one is also not very fast. But on the other hand it gives a fair amount of torque which also helps in keeping the locomotive going around the curves with minimal speed loss, and it can pull at least a few cars without major issues. I created a small video to show how it goes around the corners: And finally, I of course had to make a small diorama after changing the decals to the Central Pacific Railroad 131 version, it's very simple for now but maybe I'll try to make some enhancements at some point later on: It was quite a challenging project overall but I enjoyed building it quite a bit and finding out many new things about Lego trains in general. I will probably look into making some train cars for it as well at some point but no concrete plans yet. I also enjoy creating instructions for some builds I make, for this I initially thought I probably won't make them as it would be quite a lot of work due to the size and piece count (948). But in the end I decided to try it out anyway, and yes It was a fair amount of work but I had quite a lot of fun, it's a bit like pretending making a set (with much much less restrictions than real sets I presume...). You can check out the end result here. Thanks for checking out my train build!
  2. Hi,I'm making a topic to combine my WIP stuff, any questions and worries while building stuff. I've been making B-C-models since I was 6th /now 31/, playing with ATCO bricks, as in Bulgaria LEGO was stupidly expensive. 20 years later I was given 42046 as a gift and here we are... I've got 43 MOCs on rebrickable now - you can see them HERE My Bricksafe hoarding place for renders and real-life shots is HERE Some of you may have already seen some of my work posted on the forum here /42106 Big Rig/. C models followed - a truck trailer from 42103 visible above, revised 42039's B model /below, both manual and RC/ and a whole bunch of stuff from 42101 and 42102 /also below/. 42101 alt-builds - up left - a mini-cyber-truck-thing, up-right - trial truck from mini-Claas and Buggy - two steered axles, some interior, lots of color barf. Down left - touring bike - front suspension, steering. Bottom right again Claas and Buggy Combo - Soviet Big Rig - opening doors, HoG steering, fifth wheel that accepts big trailers. Up left - plane out of 42101 - propeller spins, VERY SOLID and hard to take apart. Up right - a bit ugly ATV, has steering and rear solid axle, that's suspended. Does wheelies. Down left - helicopter - has inverted HoG to spin the propeller, rear one is manual too. Down right - Rat Rod - has Beam of God steering and a low stance. If you push it hard it'll even scrape the floor :D 42106 VW Camper - build log is below in the topic. It has pullback, wheelie bar, wheelie stand and a cute face. Same parts can build the 42098B funny car. It has a V6, by-passable pullback, /un/lockable steering and HoG on the roof. Modified it quite a bit as you can see. Corvette's Hot rod also made from 42106's parts - featuring V8, linked steering wheel, lockable steering, HoG in the back, by-passable pullback motor, removable roof, exhausts and supercharger. ================================ GTS is my old forum name and my nickname in Bulgarian is Kostq /pronounced Kost-ya/. So you don't get confused by the profiles.
  3. Batman™ The Animated Series BrickHeadz (Product Concept) By Rui Miguel “Does the hurt ever go away?” - Dick Grayson “I wish I could say yes. But it will get better in time for you. That I promise” - Bruce Wayne This LEGO Brickheadz concept is a homage to the amazing Kevin Conroy. A way to bring Batman: The Animated Series to our hearts in LEGO and remembering the eternal voice of Kevin. Every time I look at this project I will hear his Batman voice. Thank you Kevin Conroy for all the moments and lessons you shared with the world. You will be deeply missed but never forgotten. Rest in peace Dark Knight. In here you’ll find the PDF files of the building instructions. Its four separable books fit for multi-person building experience. I have 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. Download Link (Google Drive): Building Instructions | Printed Parts PNGs | Studio File - Here Book 1 Catwoman (5.4 MB) Book 2 Batman (6.1 MB) Book 3 The Joker (6.1 MB) Book 4 Harley Quinn (5.5 MB) Bricklink Studio file (249 KB) Features: - 496 pcs/pzs (4 figures and 4 stands) - Removable and playable If you have the opportunity to build for yourself, hope you have a fun time building, playing and displaying. If you are a Kevin Conroy’s Batman fan like me I hope this brings you consolidation and remembrance of him.
  4. I'm a huge fan of the olive green from 42110 and I've been thinking of how to best use the olive green elements from that set. My initial goal was to design a model with working V6, 4-speed sequential gearbox, and AWD. The project has evolved to include part time AWD, central and rear diff locks and an implementation of Toyota's Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System, which modulates anti-roll bar stiffness. I'm working on the second version now. The Chassis was originally inspired by filsawgood's Toyota JS as I used it as a test mule for the live axle design:, but it has since evolved The new chassis has vastly improved rigidity and implements the 4-speed gearbox with a much smaller footprint: Top: Side: Here are some other shots of the first version model:
  5. Lord Oblivion

    [MOC] Antique Princess

    Antique Princess ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Be wary of the beasts that haunt the junkyards. All they see is food. Be wary of the despots that curse these lands. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Instagram Imgur Gallery
  6. Hi! I just finished the last MOC of this year. I made a total of 41 MOCs in 2022. It was a productive year. I wanted to make an Abandoned Theme diorama/layout/Module that matches the quality of the LLMTC folks. It was the first time that I use MILS, it consumes a lot of non-visible parts, but it allowed me to set up this 1x0,75 meters layout in less than 5 minutes. I tried to make it as realistic as possible, it's based on some buildings/rail way in my country Portugal. I have no clue how many parts I use on this :P
  7. Hello everyone, this is the latest work from MTC: MAN 8×8 Off-road RV Designed by Lance Deng Special Notes: The cab of this MOC is mainly based on the MOC-2918 MAN dump truck, based on which the design was further developed Here is the video, hope you can enjoy it! Function Description: -2x XL motors for driving-1x Servo motor for steering-2x Sbrick for Bluetooth Control-1×M motor for Pneumatic device -1×M motor for Motorcycle bracket lift -4× Pneumatic Cylinder 1 x 11 for roof lifting Next, we will also share with you another off-road RV, which is based on a Mercedes-Benz Unimog chassis.And we will share the details through a new topic.
  8. FlyInSpace

    [MOC] Midi-Scale TIE Advanced

    As an absolute fan of the original trilogy, I had to build more Empire ships in Midi-Scale. I decided to start with my favorite TIE model, the TIE Advanced, in Microfig scale. This 496-piece TIE Advanced features a fully SNOT and detailed surface. It also includes rear engine thrusters at the back of the cockpit dome. Most importantly, being able to design smooth but razor thin wings was the key to making this build look proportionate and realistic. The same applies for the rear section of the fuselage which, being only 1 tile-high, ended up looking just a thin as the original prop model. Logically, the ship scales well to my previous TIE Reaper - I'll keep exploring more of these in the same scale, and maybe one day have a whole fleet of Midi TIE ships! ► Instructions will be available at Rebrickable soon. All pictures on my Flickr page! ♥ Patreon ♦ Instagram ♦ Rebrickable ♦ Eurobricks ♦ Reddit
  9. Well, i'm a small creator, but I want to make my creations public here, and like other creators I find it uneffective to create a new topic for every MOC, so, from now on, I will use only this topic to publish new creations. Here comes a new MOC: This is an alternative model for the set 42099 "4x4 X-Treme Off-roader". It's an off-road pickup, i call it "Turbo Pickup". I wanted to create a vehicle that didn't use the geared down wheel hubs available on the set, so that i could achieve higher speeds with less gears involved and consequently less friction, while at the same time designing something different from what is already available and this is what i came up with: an off-road racing pickup. It is RWD and the two rear wheels don't use the hubs, they're connected to a differential which has both XL-motors driving it one on each side. This uncommon setup surprised me with its strength and speed, the motors won't stall easily on this one, the picture below shows the motors setup, but watch the video at the bottom of the page to get a clearer idea. Physical characteristics: Length: 42cm / 53 studs Width: 23cm / 29 studs Heigth: 18cm / 22 studs Weight: 1,2Kg (with batteries) Functions: - Independent suspension on all wheels - Remote-controlled steering - Remote-controlled drive on the rear wheels: RWD Miscelanious aspects: - The final gear ratio from the XL motors into the rear wheels is 1,4:1 (my fastest alt model so far for this set). - The front axle ground clearance are 4 studs, and 6 studs on the rear axle. - Batteries can be easily swapped from below on this one. - The green button to turn on the PU hub is easily accessible on the driver's cabin. Check some real pictures below and the video at the bottom of the page: Feel free to share your thoughts. As usual, for anyone who fancys building this MOC, the instructions are available on my rebrickable.
  10. Hello all, I would like to present here my latest creation - the historic Czechoslovak tractor Zetor 25K. Series K is derived from original model 25 which was manufactured in many modifications in years 1946 to 1961. Features: 2 cylinder fake engine drag link steering towing joint three-point-hitch operated from the cockpit rear PTO connected with gearbox to drive train, switchable by lever from the cockpit I also want to build some attachments to make model more playable.
  11. Hi everyone Last weekend the Bricking Bavaria 2022 took place in Fürth, Germany. LEGO builders from around Europe travelled to Fürth to show their models. This year large cranes, lang heavy load transporters and even a technic locomotive in scale 1:17 were shown. It was really inspiring to meet other builders and learn about their building techniques, concepts and how their model work. For all people who had not the possibility to come to BB22 I cut a video with as many models in action as possible.
  12. Evans

    My annual 12V layout

    Hello ! I present you my Classic Town and 12V diorama of 6.80mx1.50m, with nearly 30m of 12V track installed, presented to the public at the exhibition in Parmain (north of Paris, France) on October 8 and 9, 2022. The assembly time was very long, and I took 16 hours in all from the installation of the tables to the working of the 12V loop without any operation on my part. I realized that in spite of all the energy I could put, I have already reached the end of what I can do in terms of size in such a short time, all by myself, with a method requiring me to partially dismantle my sets for transport. Having no space at home, I started from a plan elaborated from Bluebrick software, but I came up to a limitation of the software: it does not manage at all the complex wiring of a 12V layout. I went back to paper to plan the stop zones and to cut the circuit in 4 sectors to better distribute the power of the transformers and avoid slowdowns because my cars are quite heavy (I have a lot of MOCs). This diorama represents Lego Town, a small industrial town 30 km north of Paris. For the record, the railroad came to Lego Town quite early, around 1860, and the industry started to prosper in a moderate way. The Lion d'Or Hotel Restaurant on the road to the castle is a testament to that time, and the factory owner's house still stands in front of the station. The goods station and the Sernam hall, a key place for the transport of goods in the city. Lego Town has gone from a village to a small town, the medieval downtown area has been well preserved. The SNCF depot is only used to park trains. Steam locomotives remain to build a railway museum in a future diorama. The gas factory closed in the 60's and the gasometer is abandoned. The urban sprawl of the 60s and 70s, many houses were built around the old center. A modern district has been built on the castle hill to accommodate the workers who commute to Paris. The SNCF VB2N rolling stock was put into circulation for the great comfort of commuters. The highway bridge also allows minifigures to avoid the level crossing and the often congested downtown area of Lego Town. Lately, in 1980, the station was rebuilt on a functional and very modern building, allowing cars to park easily. It still watches the Paris-Ruhr Trans Europ Express to Germany (Molière and Parsifal) passing by, pulled by the SNCF CC40100. The castle was restored in the 70's and is used as a municipal museum where many historical reenactments are organized. The goal for next year is to completely Frenchify the diorama by changing the Dutch stickers of the promotional sets. Evans
  13. Hey All! I just wanted to share my latest MOC that I've finished, after over a year of tinkering on it. :) This is the Catapult mech from the Battletech/Mechwarrior Universe, specifically the model from the latest games such as Mechwarrior Online and Battletech the PC game. Its around a foot tall and consisting of 2200 pieces. I've also created free full instructions for it, which are available on my website for anyone whos curious about the details of the build. Thanks! :)
  14. Welcome to Harry potter custom builds and moc's. I'm loving the new Harry Potter range of sets but there is always room for improvement. Interested to see how people have altered, added to the existing sets or just gone crazy and built something themselves. Looking forward to seeing your magical creations.
  15. Hello everyone! This is my entry for the Sky's The Limit category of the Wandering Skies contest over on Flickr. It's a modular steampunk house on a floating island with full interior and lights, so come with me on a complete tour of it! On the outskirts of the Lower Islands on a small floating island, there lives an eccentric inventor called Dr. Wasserdampf. In his secluded workshop covered in various steaming pipes and whirling contraptions, he spends his days alone working on new inventions to improve the lives of the people of the Wandering Skies. Lights can often be seen shining from his workshop long after the sun goes down as he tinkers away into the night. While he mostly keeps to himself, many of the Low Islanders know him well and they know they can always come to him if they need any kind of mechanical solution. One of his best inventions includes his incredible balloonless flying machine which he keeps parked on a floating rock attached to his island by a rope bridge. Meet Dr. Heinrich Wasserdampf and his trusty mechanical dog Rusty. Here, the inventor is working on his steam jet powered flight pack. Let's take a closer look at his house, starting at the top. On the side of the tower is crane for lifting up water barrels and other heavy objects to the upper floors. To avoid having to crank it himself, the inventor connected it to a windmill mechanism. On starry nights, the inventor likes to relax on his self-built deck on the roof and chart the stars using his big telescope. There is a giant gear sticking out of one side of the house. It was meant for rotating the top part of the house so that it faces the wind like a windmill, but Wasserdampf couldn't get it to work, so now it lays dormant here, serving as a place for birds to setup their nest. The attic is where the inventor sleeps and showers. He cleans himself using a prototype showering device which heats up water and pours it onto his head using a steam pump. He calls it a "shower". The second floor is where the inventor lives. Up on the fireplace is a portrait and an urn of the inventor's late wife Hilda. She was a brilliant chemist, but fell terminally ill one day and they couldn't afford the state-of-the-art doctors in the Imperial City who could have given her the treatment she needed. She was the love of his life and the only person he couldn't help. He now honors her memory by helping as many people as he can with his inventions. There is also a small dinner table, a bookshelf, and a kitchen with a coal oven. In the inventor's workshop, there is a wall next to the workbench full of Dr. Wasserdampf's inventions that are designed to make life in the wandering skies easier, including a grappling hook, a flight pack, and a pneumatic wood chopping axe. The house used to belong to a blacksmith, so it has a forge in the workshop which the inventor occasionally uses to make metal parts for his contraptions. Next to it you can see another one of his inventions, the flight cap! In the center of the workshop, there is a trapdoor with a ladder that leads to the basement levels. In the basement, there are various stored goods including coal, a water boiler, a lamp, and the steam-powered wheelchair that the inventor built for his wife before she passed away. If you go down the ladder further, you get to a rope bridge that leads to the landing pad of the inventor's flying machine. That concludes our tour of the Inventor's house. What is your favorite part? Let me know in the comments! Thanks for stopping in.
  16. Index: CLAAS Axion 900 CLAAS Axion Terra Trac I'm planning to build a series of 1:32 tractor mocs and here is the second of them: CLAAS Axion Terra Trac #1 CLAAS Axion 900 Features: Pivoted solid front axle HOG steering Adjustable front hitch Adjustable rear hitch Rear PTO connected directly with rear differential Modular design: chassis, rear hitch, cabin are built separately So no front PTO nor 4 wheel drive due to its small size, sorry guys... Instructions are at: Video introduction: Some comparison photos with a Siku model: A little closer look at it: Exploded view: Hope you like it! Thanks for watching.
  17. Henchmen4Hire

    The lack of LEGO Supervans is outrageous here's a half-finished one! ...hey, it's more than there were before, I call that a win. I used my usual inelegant method of throwing bricks at the wall and seeing what shapes work. The main thing I'm not happy with is the nose, I think it needs to be shorter but not sure what I can remove. Also not thrilled about how gappy it looks. I am happy with how I managed to add the little blue Ford logo in front though. I really don't want to change that. Also happy with the mosaic-like build on the roof. Suggestions welcome! Also, does anyone have pictures of this van's electric motors? I saw one picture but it doesn't show exactly how long they are or much details at all. (This is Ford's all-electric Supervan 4) Supervan 4 WIP by Henchmen4Hire, on Flickr Supervan 4 WIP by Henchmen4Hire, on Flickr
  18. Hello everyone and thank you for accepting me in the site! After being away from the hobby for nearly 20 years, as if by chance I ended up rekindling the flame for LEGO once again. Over the past year and a half I have been working from home and I have been looking for new way to entertain myself. Accidentally I saw that the Harry Potter line had been revived over the last couple of years, so I decided to collect it as I was a huge HP fan as a child and building stuff after work seemed like a good way to relax while listening to some jazz. One thing let to another and as of a month or so now I have been building a full Hogwarts Castle MOC in quite an ambitious scale too, as it turns out. Like I said, I have been away from the hobby for quite some time, but it is great to see that unlike the 90s, nowadays it is quite easy to share with people and find like-minded souls for any passion you might have. Being an AFOL now and easily being considered somewhat of a boomer (lol), being out there is somewhat new to me, but nevertheless to make this process easier, I have made a YouTube channel and an Instagram where I am documenting my progress and various difficulties I happen to encounter while building and designing. So for anyone who might be interested, any kind of opinions, comments and feedback are more than welcome! Looking forward to delving into the LEGO hobby once again and finding new friends within the community! Thank you _______________ Edit: Nov 2022 Hello all, wanted to share some nice pictures of the current state of the castle for those of you that don't follow me on Instagram. Really appreciate if you follow me on You Tube and Instagram. Really helps a lot. Thanks for all the feedback!
  19. Dear Eurobricks community, as you are the biggest LEGO forum, I would like to "officially" present my current creation to you and release it for discussion. Briefly about me: I am a 36 years old German AFOL and fan of classic fantasy and sci-fi, from. I particularly like the castle (including LOTR) and pirates theme, but I also enjoy many other sets. About my creation: As a child of the 80's I grew up with classic fantasy movies and also the mentioned LEGO themes. So I wanted to build a creation that reflects both. This is the castle "Tir Asleen" from the movie Willow from 1988. Maybe some of you know the original or the trailer for the new series. Val Kilmer as Madmartigan is iconic to me personally. I wanted to build something that was more detailed than usual released sets - but a little less MOC-alike than possible. The idea was to add it to my fantasy film collection, but also let my little stepson play with it. Therefore, some game functions are also built in. I hope they are well represented in the pictures. But details from the film should not be underrepresented either. What do you think about the creation? - What do you like, what not? Where can I still improve something? Do you know the original movie? Do you recognize scenes? Which ones have I not sufficiently considered? BTW, there is also a small Easter Egg for all castle fans ;) The project is also posted on Ideas. This isn't meant to be a call, but I don't blame anyone who supports it secretly ;) I look forward to your feedback and thank you for your attention. Sincerely Tobi aka. MontyMatte More pics: also on flickr: Figs Action & functions

    [MOC] KMP's Vehicle MOCS

    Decided to take inspiration from fellow builders and put all my past & future builds into one thread, so I wouldn't feel bad about having to create new threads everytime I had something new to upload. The first pictures are the builds that got me started back in 2017, and ones at the bottom are the more recent mocs that I've made. Jaguar XJR-12 Completed in January 2021 McLaren Senna Completed in January 2021 Lexus LFA Modification of an earlier version that I built back in 2019 Bentley Mulliner Bacalar Completed in February 2021 Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut Completed in February 2021
  21. Horlack Bricks

    [Chibi] Emeraldas from Leiji Matsumoto

    Chibi, from Emeraldas. Gravity Saber with NPU part N°2614 Fishing Rod, Cosmo Gun/Cosmo Dragoon with NPU part N°36752a Wand, & Leiji Matsumoto Chibi - Emeraldas by Horlack, sur Flickr
  22. Part I - Rock Raiders 2.0: Hope Part II - Rock Raiders 2.0: Granite Grinder The report was clear, but Jet struggled to make sense of it. “Extraction to be completed in T-40 minutes. Subject needs transportation from complex DF91 directly to the laboratory ASAP. Report immediately. Coordinates in the attached document. Full discretion” She knew the tunnels like the palm of her hand. She transported everything from radioactive malachite geodes to million years old fossils. And they all had one thing in common: heavy duty. But there was something strange about the report she just received. Even though Dr. Mallory’s studies were classified, people knew it was focused on energy-based minerals – in microscopic cell formations. “...Intact crystallized bacterial magnetite... high concentration of the element N72XH... 8.6 tons of concentrated matter... possible disintegration and contamination” 8.6 tons? For a microcellular study? It felt wrong. But how could it? The report came directly from Dr. Mallory Lynch. And no... Dr. Mallory Lynch was never wrong. A thousand colored lights flickered as the flight deck came to life. She pushed the thrust lever and felt her chest tremble with the roar of the double PW5000 rotors swirling parallel to her ears. The turbines on the T.T.VTOL hissed and echoed though unknown subterranean caves. She was up in the air once again. In the dark, Jet smiled remembering Dr. Mallory’s last request. “Full speed, Jet”. _________ Were Rock Raiders part of your LEGO life? The Tunnel Transport, set 4980, was my favorite Rock Raider transport. Something about the rotors, how massive this aircraft was. Oh! And the playability with magnets, of course. So, here is my updated version (T.T.VTOL) of the Rock Raiders’ Tunnel Transport, set 4980-1, from 1999. Third and final part of my Rock Raiders Revamp. Hope you like it as much as I do (and did back then). And hopefully it will inspire you to bring this awesome theme back to life. Keep on building! Louis of Nutwood
  23. MOC-HUNTER + (ALT HEAD BUILD) My third release in the buildable figure series from The Bad Batch. The scale of the figure is the same as my other MOCs of Tech and Crosshair. Both the helmet and alternate head version are done in the same scale as the official buildable Harry Potter buildable figures by LEGO. Creating Hunter's signature mullet was a bit difficult but I'm happy with how it turned out. The helmet version features a similar build style to crosshair with a different layering style to capture his unique helmet style. Echo and Wrecker are in the works with the possibility of a surprise figure. Instructions are available on or follow me on Instagram for more original creations. Specifications for Helmet version + Alt Head Build Pieces: 1,655 Weight: 41.3oz | 2.58lbs Width: 19 cm | 7.5 in Length: 20.5 cm | 8.1 in Height: 27.4 cm | 10.8 in Estimate Part Costs: $170 - $200 Alternate Head build using custom UV printed parts on genuine LEGO pieces. Group Image with Alt Head of Hunter Group Image with Helmet Version of Hunter Upgraded Gear System The upgraded internal gear system allows arms and legs to be posable. If you plan on posing the legs, it may be necessary to attach the feet to a plate as the weight of the backpack and knives can change the center of gravity. The Clone force 99 Shoulder pads can be removed for more additional range of motion. While the helmet version of Hunter does rotate almost 280 degrees, the alternative build of the head has minimal movement due to the thickness of the neck. Custom Printed Clone Force 99 Emblems for Shoulder Pads. Details of Hunter's Signature Bandana (giving off some Rambo vibes). Sample Instructions Professionally produced, high resolution, step-by-step instructions of Hunter from Star Wars The Bad Batch. Custom printed face, Clone Force 99 emblems and skull bandana are included with the alternate build of Hunter. Instructions available at
  24. Sérgio

    [MOC] Volkswagen Beetle - Baja

    After my rusty train, I was wondering if I can give the same treatment to a car. I wanted to build a beetle for so long, but I don't wanna copy other's work, and also wanted to make some weird stuff, it's a kinda trademark that I have :P After Several hours of designing, I came out with this Baja Rat Rod based on a Beetle The suspension and steering are fully articulated and posable, but they won't work as real suspension/steering, considered this more like an action figure that you can do some dynamic poses to take some cool photos. Even though most of the car is gone, I tried to keep the recognizable beetle profile.
  25. Poodabricks

    [MOC] Nod to the Old Octan Tow Truck

    So this was something I did out of pure boredom. Back in October, I had ordered the 7638 Tow Truck off of eBay for a good price, but then I thought that it didn't really match well with my gas station. Recently, City has been doing nods to a lot of its classic sets in current city sets. In 2015, there were two nods. One was a tv chopper in set 60097, which was rather eerily similar to the TV Chopper from 1998. There was also this space set, which was a nod to a classic set. But I don't remember what it was. 2018, they did 60183 Heavy Cargo Transport and in 2021, they had the 60289 Air Show Transport; both of which were obvious nods to the 6357 Stunt Copter N Truck. It came to my mind of.....what would a revival of the tow truck from the 6337 Fast Track Finish set look like. So with that being said, here is a pic of my nod to the old Octan tow truck. For the side stickers, I had some Xtra sticker packs where I got the Octan labels from plus another Octan label that I got from eBay. My method to making this MOC, which is basically a recolored 7638, was really just to replace all the orange with white and all the bottom with red and green. I also replaced the blue lights with orange lights as those are what we use as warning lights here in the states (Just to clarify to our members from other countries). This MOC was pretty simple come to think of it. Now the tow truck is ready to help out any car that is broken down in town.