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  1. I started my new Theme "NinjagoTRON" After I disassembled a few old Moonbase modules, I started with my Ninjago Theme. This is one of four planed modules. Market street 20200216_160729 by Fabian Kraus, auf Flickr 20200216_160453 by Fabian Kraus, auf Flickr Weapon-shop 20200216_160323 by Fabian Kraus, auf Flickr Vehicle-accessories 20200216_160647 by Fabian Kraus, auf Flickr Outfits 20200216_160533 by Fabian Kraus, auf Flickr Maintenance platform 20200216_160408 by Fabian Kraus, auf Flickr
  2. Legacy 2 71699: Thunder Raider (576 pieces) 71700: Jungle Raider (127 pieces) 71701: Kai's Dragon (81 pieces) 4+ 71702: Golden Mech (489 pieces) 71703 Lightning Jet Battle (4+) 71704 Kai Fighter 71705 Destiny’s Bounty (1,718 pieces) Winter TV Season 71706: Cole's Speeder Car (52 pieces) 4+ 71707: Kai's Mech Jet (217 pieces) 71708: Gamer's Market (218 pieces) 71709: Jay And Lloyd's Velocity Racers (322 pieces) 71710: Ninja Tuner Car (419 pieces) 71711: Jay's Cyber Dragon (518 pieces) 71712: Empire Temple Of Madness (810 pieces) 71713: Empire Dragon (286 pieces) 71714: Kai Avatar - Arcade Pod (49 pieces) 71715: Jay Avatar - Arcade Pod (47 pieces) 71716: Lloyd Avatar - Arcade Pod (48 pieces) Summer TV Season 71717 Journey to the Skull Dungeons 71718 Wu’s Battle Dragon 71719 Zane’s Mino Creature 71720 Fire Stone Mech 71721 Skull Sorcerer’s Dragon 71722 Skull Sorcerer’s Dungeon 70685 Spinjitzu Surge Cole 70686 Spinjitzu Surge Kai 70687 Spinjitzu Surge Lloyd
  3. Hello dear Lego fans, After having signed up here in the Eurobricks forums in 2011, I posted a new thread in the "Hello my name is..." section about my plans to create my own Lego City layout. Now almost 9 years later, I can finally show you some of the progress that has been made just at the beginning of the new decade :) Good things come to those who wait. Renovations on the attic are finally complete (apart from the lighting) and we now have around 110 m² to unleash our imagination. The current plans of the Lego city layout add up to around 60m² in size and they are, as you can see in the video, far from finished. However, I thought you might be interested in some of the things that my girlfriend and me were designing in the last couple of days. The name of the city is still unknown, but the overall design has started to take shape with a downtown area, which includes all the modulars, and shops, a residential area, an amusement park, a winter village, a train yard and a harbor/beach area. I would also like to add an airport to the city and some of the classic monorail tracks have been placed already. We are also getting into MOC a little bit and we will add our own creations to the layout as soon as they look nice! The commentary of the video is in German, but I am trying to add English subtitles into the system. Please let us know what you think here in the forums or in the comments section of YouTube. I will keep you posted on future updates if you like :) Note: All of the parts used in this layout are original Lego parts, except for some of the baseplates. I thought that lime green in the Hogwarts castle area might look cool, but I will probably exchange it for regular grass green baseplates in the near future. Thank you so much for taking a look! :) Christof
  4. I know, a big beefy car sells well as a toy, but sometimes they just look ridiculous imho. That´s why i tried to design a smaller version of the Ninja Tuner Car. And because i had a creative block, i started using Jerry Builds Bricks Cyberpunk 2077 car as a base and modded it a little bit. I wanted to incorporate most of the stickered parts of the original set or at least wanted enough surface to put on the original stickers. I also tried to find a way to use a similar color palette and of course that crazy pink windshield. So, what do you guys think of it? Anything you would change?
  5. I just realized there's a subforum for comics, how cool is that? I'd like to post this thing I'm making. To be continued!
  6. The latest NINJAGO wave appears to be a callback to the Digiverse from the Rebooted season, sprinkled with some cyberpunk vibe. What’s the big deal about that pink ninja suit? Find out in my 26th EB Review, set #71708 - Gamer’s Market. Overview Name: 71708 - Gamer’s Market Theme: NINJAGO Year: 2020 (1H) Pieces: 218 Minifigures: 9 Price: GBP 29.99 / USD 29.99 / EUR 34.99 / SGD 59.99 / MYR 169.90 (That is probably the longest description copy for a set with about 200 pieces) Introduction Unpopular opinion - I think that Digiverse is one of the more interesting world from Ninjago as it is inspired by Tron and The Matrix. For the upcoming season, our favourite team of ninjas are entering a familiar territory, and yet it feels different. We don't know much about the Prime Empire yet, but as far as I know, it is the game that will be important to the plot of the next TV season. We should find out how and why the ninjas will enter this dimension in season 12. In the meantime, let's talk about the packaging. Front box panel There are 3 Digi Jays in this box. Go find them! If the redundancy of the minifigures confuse you, it's fine. You're not alone. There are so many things happening in the box art that it is hard to figure out if it is a playset or just minifigure pack. It could be both. Back box panel As for the back panel, It shows pretty much about the same thing. Side box panel If the redundancy isn't enough in the front panel, this side panel shows you even the named characters that comes inside the box. Now, once you open the box, you are greeted with 3 plastic bags with numbers 1 to 3, an instruction booklet and a sticker sheet. Did I say sticker sheet? Yes. Unfortunately. Typically, I don't apply stickers . However, if you decide not to apply #1 and #2, the set looks incomplete or bland. Stickers #3, #4 and #5 are almost essential to make the Gamer Market vibe complete and they are small enough to be somewhat inconsequential if you choose to apply them. The translation of the script in the sticker: #4 - Hats! Additional stickers "+" from top to bottom, left to right: The individual letters - Z, N and C. Cole, the cake is a lie A B - probably referencing game control buttons. Minifigures Since this is essentially a People Pack for NINJAGO, what better way to start the review than by beginning with the minifigures. First, here are the official names of the minifigures. In order from left to right: Avatar Harumi, Red Visor, Richie, Okino, Scott, Digi Jay, Avatar Cole, Avatar Nya, Avatar Pink Zane. As we have 9 minifigures to cover here, I will showcase each minifigure one by one to thoroughly cover each one of them. Avatar Harumi Avatar Harumi wields a katana and is undeniably a homage to Kill Bill, an R-18 movie. This is not a coincidence because the new yellow tracksuit has the bluish emblem on the torso. This is present in tracksuit of The Bride. The designers even added a tiny black dot at the hips, which is also new, to denote the button which is also present in the original. Ultimately, this mimics the iconic yellow outfit of Bruce Lee which makes this minifigure even more awesome. The headpiece and hairpiece aren't new. They are exactly the same from 70651 Throne Room Showdown and 70658 Oni Titan. Unfortunately, there is no side printing for the legs or arms. To get around this, the legs has black strip running from the top edge of the hips down to the knee section of the minifigure. Frankly, I think the black lines should end just before the minifigure "feet" because as it is now, it appears that Harumi is wearing a yellow high-cut boots despite the original shoe reference being an Asics Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 Sneakers. I don’t know about you but I like how NINJAGO can adopt some adult-oriented pop culture references easily and make them look innocent. To a large extent, I think that this is an appropriate reference because Kill Bill is a quest for vengeance, which is very similar to the story arc of Harumi. However, I don’t really like the idea of my kids searching about Kill Bill due to *cough* blood bath *cough*. Red Visor I am not colour blind. The visor used in this minifigure is definitely not red, but calling this character Neon-orange Visor does not roll off the tongue quite easily, so it makes sense to just call it Red Visor. At least it uses a blaster with red scope. As for the visor itself, it is the same element used in Tron Legacy but in transparent neon-orange. The headpiece has dual face prints which are equally weird. The other one looks like it's about to puke (like those monsters from Hidden Side), and the other one appears to be a display screen of a robot on stand-by mode. Notice that the red symbol is the same as the one found in the shrine, which I will discuss in the build section later on. Moving on to the torso and legs, the major colour combination is red and black, with teal highlights. It has ‘404’ number printed which is a reference to one of the most loathed HTTP response code: 404 Not Found, which means the server could not find what was requested by the internet browser. This "404" number is then repeated at the back of the minifigure but is covered by the new shoulder armour and scabbards. At the back of this new armour, you can insert the frosted trans-neon orange 4L bar piece which is then attached to a gamer display board printed with skull icon, representing their antagonist group, next to 4 (full) health bars. The bad guys distinctly use black armours while the good guys use white. I don't know if it was intentional but the teal curly design at the back of the minifigure appears to be the same design motif for the NINJAGO box art that dates all the way back from 2011. This curly design motif is usually used at the borders of the box arts. See this image of the Fire Temple, and then spot where the right claw of the Fire Dragon touches, just beneath the "O" of NINJAGO logo. . Richie At first I don't know what to make out of this pink minifigure called Richie because it appears to be a rat with a visor and a pony tail. I heard people saying it has a goat face but if it is supposed to be a goat face, then it should have a goatee and a horn. So, it must be a rat. This moulded minifigure head is made of 2 different colour of ABS plastics so the detail is very crisps. The visor is not removable, unfortunately. However, you can remove the pony tail. This minifigure also uses the new shoulder armour and scabbards in black, with the same trans neon-orange gamer display board. In addition, Richie uses a twin-bladed weapon using a black game controller as the handle. Even if I am not the biggest fan of the pixel arts used on the torso and leg prints, the silvery details are excellent. Okino This civilian looking minifigure may look like just an ordinary minifigure but I doubt he is just a civilian because when you translate his Japanese name to English, you will find some parallelism with the other character, Unagami, who is positioned as villain for this season. Since season 12 has not come out yet, it is interesting to find out if there is any connection between the two. What I like about this minifigure is the new hairpiece with traditional topknot called chonmage (chon-ma-ge). It is also made of 2 different ABS plastic colour and the dark red part can be held by minifigure hand as it is the same size of a regular bar piece. Not sure why you would want to do that, but it's possible. The white torso has minimal details, just mere lines to show pleats and folds of a traditional Japanese clothing which is likely a yukata or a kimono. Scott Scott is the character that looks like Jack Davis from Hidden Side, but clearly not Davis at all. The character just happens to have a recoloured cap and hood combo piece, with a different print. On the cap, "S" is written in Ninjago script presumably meant for Scott's initial. There are shiny glimmer of face paint with triangular patterns on light aqua headpiece. This is the same skin-tone as General Vex and Blizzard soldiers from the previous wave but I don't know if this is just a coincidence as other characters use various skin colours in this wave. This could mean something very trivial or important to the season 12 storyline -- but we don't know that yet because season 12 has not came out yet. He also has red eyes and features an alternate face print with a mask. The torso has some crazy detail going on--from 2 dragon heads, reflective triangular patterns that goes all the way down the legs, "A" and "B" written in Ninjago script at the middle of the black inner wear, and "LJ" on his vest. At the back, a dragon circling an "S" is also printed. It almost looks like an ouroboros which is a serpent eating it's own tail. So to recap, the prominent letters printed on Scott are A, B and S --- Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene? Digi Jay Frankly, I did not like the design of the Digi suits initially. However, I appreciated the design more as I held the minifigures. Similar to previous masks, the new Digi suit mask uses dual mouldings. However, while the older masks use more rounded curves to imitate the cloth textures, the new design features more aggressive lines which accentuate sharper details, similar to those found in motocross helmets. On the forehead, "J" is written in Ninjago script. The headpiece is new. The primary face print has a VR-like screen with vertical scan lines. The alternate face is just a smug face but looks better when used under the mask. As for the torso design, it is hard to ignore the inspiration from Tron with all those glowing circles all over the torso and legs. Another interesting design choice is the use of a different colour for Jay's right arm. The last time this design choice was used is back in 2012 with Jay ZX. Digi Jay also uses a new shoulder armour and scabbards in white. As mentioned earlier, all the bad guys use black version of this armour, while all the good guys use white. Connected onto the armour is a trans neon-green 4L bar attached to a gamer display board with ninja icon and 3 out of 4 health bars. Lastly, Digi Jay wields a trans-neon green kusarigama (chain-sickle) with a white game controller as a handle. Avatar Cole Nothing particularly exciting about this minifigure because all the pieces here were recycled from previous variants of Cole. The torso appeared in several City sets. Avatar Nya Like Cole, there is nothing much to say about this minifigure because all the pieces here were recycled from previous variants of Nya. The torso also appeared in several City sets. Avatar Pink Zane Finally, this is the last minifigure in the set and arguably the star of this set. This minifigure took 7 years in the making and it is likely the main reason why it is one of the most sought after minifigure in the set. It appeared in the TV Season 1, Episode 5 "Can of Worms". While the headpiece used is not new, everything else is new in this minifigure. The mask is the same mould as the first NINJAGO wave, and its first appearance in pink. If you think the torso is a direct recolour of the classic white Zane suit, you are wrong. To begin, the gold creature emblem on the chest is slightly different. It is slightly bigger, looks more jagged and splintered with ice shards, and for some unexplained reason, lost its mouth! In contrast, the original design looks less detailed, and simpler. The hip and legs print are also slightly different. I think some people will irrationally dislike this just because of these changes. Personally, I don't see much difference at arm's length distance so I am not so bothered about it. What's more important is that the designers decided to add back printing and legs/hips prints. They did not have to do this, but they did it anyway. Personally, I think it is an excellent decision. Build After the minifigures, let's not forget that this set is a playset with several small-sized builds to complete the Gamer's Market. Bag #1 Content Bag #1 contains Avatar Harumi, Red Visor and Richie, trans-dark pink key-tana. The red slope 45 2 x 1 with cutout without stud (part # 28192) is relatively new and 2 of them are included in this bag. Another notable part here is the trans-dark pink 2x2 round brick which appears in this colour for the very first time. Bag #1 Build In the typical NINJAGO fashion, shrines are made of black and red pieces. Likewise, the new collectible item in this wave, called key-tana, is at the middle of the shrine. One great feature of key-tana is that minifigures can hold it in 2 different orientations. If you notice the end of the hilt, it has a bar perpendicular to the hilt just fit for the minifigure hands. Bag #2 Bag #2 contains Okino, Scott and Digi Jay. Outstanding elements found in his bag is the large shuriken piece as well as the weapon pack in trans-neon green colour Bag #2 Build This build is essentially the weapon shop of the Gamer's Market. While majority of the items for sale are bladed weapons, the trans-neon green 1x1 round brick appears to be a potion. The use of the large shuriken piece is a bit flambouyant for my taste and I could imagine that if the designers used a more subtle approach, they could have avoided using such a large expensive piece. As an alternative, the set could have benefited on additional small pieces for auxiliary builds. Bag #3 Bag #3 contains the rest of the protagonists - Avatar Cole, Avatar Nya and Avatar Pink Zane. There are a lot of interesting minifigure accessories included in this bag. The most important being the blue classic space helmet and gold conical hat. Bag #3 build For such a simple build, I think I appreciate this the most. This is because out of the 3 builds, it has the most efficient use of parts to display all these headgears. No bells and whistles Completed Build with all the minifigures Looking at the overall build, I can't help but focus on the small details such as the accessories found in these minifigures. Just to reiterate, there are 2 game controllers in this set, 1 black/red and one white/black.The Arcade Pod impulse-buy sets, (sold separately) contains the gold game controllers. All of them look awesome and I hope we see more of this game controller piece in other sets. Then again, there are also not so beautiful side of the build. I think only the shrine build really suffers from a terribly bad angle due to that large teal piece as most of the teal anti-studs look terrible when viewed at the back. The other 2 builds looks just fine. Finally, here are the extra parts once everything is built. Conclusion This set has taken us to an uncharted territory. The positives are definitely praiseworthy and it offers many things I want to see repeated in future sets. Of course, it's not all good points. There are some bad ones too but they are tiny. Pros: People pack for NINJAGO! Pink Zane and Harumi in Kill Bill tracksuit Interesting minifigure accessories such as game controllers, key-tana, blue classic spaceman helmet, weapon pack in trans-neon green, etc. Cons: Stickers Limited play structures Could have featured more meaningful "avatar" characters Ultimately, this is something that you will buy primarily for the minifigures, and secondary only for the actual playset. So, to wrap things up -- Review summary Playability: 9/10 - There are no gimmicks, just pure small builds that is fit for purpose. If large pieces were not used, additional small structures could have been added for more variety. Design / Building Experience: 7/10 - Nothing revolutionary in 3 small builds but it's interesting enough for younger builders. Minifigures: 9/10 - Considering that Avatar Pink Zane is a deep reference to early TV season, it feels that Avatar Cole and Avatar Nya were just fluffs or an after thought. Still, 9 minifigures are awesome. Price / Value for money: 10/10 - TLG, keep this up! Overall: 8.75/10 - This is a great set with 9 unique minifigures and satisfactory builds for role-playing that will make avid NINJAGO fans happy and entertained for hours. Hey! That's mine!
  7. I`m kinda hooked on the Ninjago theme because of the many great and good looking buildings lately. As the Airjitsu Temple, City, City Docks, Temple of resurrection and not to mention the smaller City Chase vehicle. I went totally bananas with the latest one with 23 copies . Anyway, is there any rumors regarding a City/Docks set for 2019?
  8. samurai-turtle

    [MOC] The Mini-Beetle

    Hello, I had a desire to make a "classic spaceship". And having 75176 Resistance Transport Pod it looked like a good start to make a spaceship. Then getting 70821 Emmet & Benny's 'Build & Fix' Workshop! And using at least one of my 70841 Benny's Space Squad I have most of the spaceship. But then finding a extra 70660 Spinjitzu Jay for cheap I threw him in to the set. I am saying Jay stoled the spaceship from Benny because Benny was the original pilot. The next thing you are wondering why is it called the "Mini-Beetle" first it kinda looks like a bug, second the inside reminds me of a minivan, and I couldn't think of a better name. Now for the action shot. As you can see the ship has (two photon launchers on top of the ship with two ion cannons in the front of the ship. Plus, it has a single distortion drive (you can see the space "warp" in the back). With two sub light thrusters for the extra mobility. Ok, now for the rest of the pictures. (Sorry, for any poor picture quality I took the pictures on my cellphone.) http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=578780
  9. With the Ninjago City Dockyards expantion coming out in a few months, I figured, I would like to see what everyone else would like as the next Expansion to Ninjago City, I'll start: #1 Borg Tower #2 SoG HQ and Dareth's Bar #3 The Royal Castle #4 Ronin's Pawn shop and Sky tram station #5 Skylar's Noodle Shop
  10. Hello, here is my first Ninjago "MOD" hope you like the small update LEGO Ninjago Stiix 01 by Fabian Kraus, auf Flickr Cute beard from HiddenSide 20191111_233412 by Fabian Kraus, auf Flickr 20191111_233344 by Fabian Kraus, auf Flickr Again from HiddenSide the upper body 20191111_233321 by Fabian Kraus, auf Flickr 20191111_233246 by Fabian Kraus, auf Flickr 20191110_212654 by Fabian Kraus, auf Flickr
  11. Here is my general idea Pink Zane Dr. Julien Faith Golden Jay Golden Zane Golden Cole Kataru Grimfax Sorla Human Vex Fenwick Boma Uthaug Fugi-dove Antonia Casual Harumi Emperor of Ninjago Empress of Ninjago Nelson (season 11) Powerless Lloyd
  12. Since Peppermint M said to make a thread about the series, and no one else had done it yet, I thought I would start one here. This thread is to discuss the series only. If your looking for the set discussion, head over to the action themes forum and click on Ninjago 2012. Please do not post any lies about the series or troll. You do have the right to share your opinion but not troll. This thread is used for disscussion od all the seasons of the series. So the latest episode was The Green Ninja. Probably one of the most anticipated episodes of Season 2. I've only seen it in Korean so far but it should be on Youtube any day now. Also some word for UK fans; My son just received his Lego Club Magazine and it said they were showing 26 new Ninjago Mini Movies at Showcase, Empire, and Apollo Cinemas I don't really see the point in this, and I don't see why TLG don't just stick it on Cartoon Network or Nickelodeon. Or they're showing them at cinemas first, and then on TV. As long as it gets a UK DVD release, I'm fine
  13. Been working on something Lego-related, but not quite Lego, for the past few weeks... 3D printed Ninjago props and weapons! I love the detailed designs as seen in the TV show, and wanted to replicate some physical props to use as interesting wall decorations and whatnot. Starting off, we have Cole's Hammer, as seen in Secrets of the Forbidden Spinjitzu! I based the design off of these images (and the show): And came up with this: Next up was a Fang Blade, all the way back to Season 1! Based it off of this reference: And came up with this (some creative liberties taken to make the pattern stand out more): What do you think? I'll probably continue updating this topic, as I have a lot more in the pipeline (including every golden weapon, a Jade Blade, and maybe Chen's Staff) and if anyone has any suggestions for tips or ideas on what else to design and print, let me know! Thanks for checking this out!
  14. Ninjago - Cole´s "sandsquatch" ATV Whenever there are vehicles involved,the black Ninja who is also the Master of the element Earth, always seems to get vehicles for rough terrain. So what´s better for rough terrain than a menacing, fourwheeled ATV? Pretty much nothing, that´s the reason i build one using parts from the bin and from one of his newest sets (yes, that awkwardly oversized bike) IMG_20190610_164125 IMG_20190610_164100 IMG_20190610_164041 IMG_20190610_164016 IMG_20190610_163944 IMG_20190610_163909 I tried to incorporate a few design features and the color palette so it will fit his character. Hope you guys like it as much as Cole does.....
  15. The Votes are Counted, the Results are in. It is time to announce the winners! 1st Place @Garmadon an impressive Dragon Forge. 2nd Place @_shaddow_ A hefty Fire Mech 3rd Place @Exetrius A terrifying Stone Army Tomb If you could PM me postal details for your prizes to be sent out and you're welcome to choose any tag from the Ninjago Tags @Pate-keetongu, @kritch and @Bricknave: You three, as 4th and joint 5th place are also welcome to choose a tag if you'd like one. @Exetrius can also choose to have the special tag for the most excellent help in tallying up the votes.
  16. samurai-turtle

    Golden Ninja Issue

    So I was messing around with 70503 The Golden Dragon (the old/first set). And I notice the arm joints at the shoulders were stiff on Lloyd (The Golden Ninja). As I was trying to loosen the joints I thought just taken arms out would help. That is when I broke the arms off. Now I am wondering has this happen to anyone else? Is the plastic just poor in the first place? Then after messing with the torso A little more I was able to get the "rest of the arms" out. And now I am wondering if putting in some "green arms" in the torso would look alright.
  17. Winners! After a three way tie, I had to make a difficult decision on the winner of this contest. After much pondering and some good sportsmanship I have come upon a winner: First Place! @Umbra-Manis If you could message me your address to post out the prize and choose your tag: @makoy Choose a tag and @Exetrius @kritch want another tag? @LegoMyMamma, you can choose a tag as the 3rd place entry. This was a fun one, do you like little contests like this? I can try running a few more with tags as prizes.
  18. Ninjago has been a real hit for LEGO. With 8 years of sets, numerous seasons of the TV series and a whole theatrical movie release. 2019 has had the excellent Legacy release, a rebuild of past sets and a few extras that featured in the animation. To celebrate the exciting world of Ninjago and it's successful 8 years I present the Eurobricks Ninjago Legacy Contest! To be in with a chance of winning one of three excellent prizes: First Place: 70670 - Monastery of Spinjitzu Second Place: 70669 - Cole's Earth Driller Third Place: 70668 - Jay's Storm Fighter  And a cool profile Tag: All you need to do is create your own Legacy version of any past Ninjago set or a build of something featured in the TV series. The Contest runs from today, 1st of May until midnight 31st of May. No minimum or maximum part or minifig limit Entries should include the name of your creation and a link to the Brickset reference page of the original or a screencap of the inspiration from the Ninjago TV series Please also note: You may continually modify and update your entries and entry posts right up until the deadline One entry per member and no recycling of old creations or MOCs already posted unless you make some significant changes Custom decals and non-LEGO string and cloth/canvas/paper are allowed. Third party commercial parts (e.g. Brickarms, Brickforge) and customised minifig parts are not allowed. No clone brands or digital entries No minifig limit Post up to 3 pictures in a thread that must start with the title Legacy Judging will take place by a public vote with rules to follow in the future thread If you have any questions and concerns then post below.
  19. The contests continue! This one is pretty simple: Choose any Polybag sized set produced by LEGO and turn it into a Ninjago version. Ninjago City Street Sweeper? We need that! Ninja-Lawn Groomer? Get building! The prize is for first place is: Ninja Glider The winner and four runners up also get their pic of a nifty ninja tag: The rules are simple: Create a Ninja version of a LEGO polybag set. No service packs, Foil bags or CMFs sorry. You do not need to use Ninjago parts, but the set has to look like it will fit the theme. Make a thread titled: [Polybag] ---- Include a picture or link of the set you have based the MOC on. Digital Entries are permitted No clone brands please Have fun! The contest ends on 31/5/19 at midnight. So please get your entries online by then. Winners are chosen by public vote. Any questions? I am happy to help.
  20. Alrighty! Have I made it to the party? Let's start off with pics of the original set here, shall we? (Of course, there was a dragon too, but I had neither the time nor the skill set to build a better one of those at the moment, so forget you ever noticed that... ) And here we are - voila! Welcome to the Hands of Time's blacksmith's shop, worked by none other but Kai's infamous father himself. Well, at least, if you don't know what happened you may think of it like that, hahaha - if you have, you already know all the hows and whats and becauses of it all, XP Inside: And well, I had prepared a long and eloquent speech to deliver at this point about everything related to this build and the scene and the set, but time's a-wasting and the hour of midnight cometh on apace and bed is calling, so I think I'll just leave y'all with the goods and hit the hay! At any rate, what with the storms and rain and rules limiting it to three pictures this is all I've got at the moment, but I hope to have some more pics coming pretty soon if you want to head over to my Flickr to see them. Thanks for viewing, C&C are welcome as always! P.s. Oh, and one last thing - this build can only properly be appreciated if you're listening to this in the background at the same time - just saying.
  21. Cole's mini Roader Sometimes your heavy duty ultra-lifted off-roader behemoth just won't do. Luckily for Cole and Nelson, they now have the ultra-light conveniently-sized mini Roader. Perfect for on the beach, in narrow back alleys, or down the grocery isle! Inspired by polybag 30521: The Mini Batmobile: Modeled after 70589: Rock Roader: My entry, the Mini Roader: To be frank, this mini Roader was going to be a part of a BSBA Cat. A contest entry, over in the Sci-fi forum, but that entry failed. I made a few adjustments and additions to the WIP, and searched for a matching polybag afterwards (I hope you don't mind!). Although the mini Batmobile isn't minifig/chibi scale, it does have a minifig scale parent set, too, which even is very similar to the original Rock Roader itself. Honestly, I wish I would have come up with this in the 'correct' order! I hope you like it!
  22. Stone Army Tomb Invasion Buried deep under Ninjago City lies an ancient remnant of the early days of Ninjago: the Stone Army Tomb. One of Overlord's legions was stored in this catacomb, but that changed when the venom of the Great Devourer seeped into the tomb and awakened the Stone Army. After the Final Battle, the Serpentine moved into the tomb, vowing to abandon all violence and live their lives secluded from the rest of Ninjago, civilised and peacefully. However, the ninja came knocking on the door, ignorant of the evil that was following in their wake... 70XXX: Stone Army Tomb Invasion The ninja and Nindroids have infiltrated the new home of the Serpentine, the former Stone Army Tomb. Take a stroll down the beatitfully terraformed tomb, open the sealed gate to the ancient Stone warrior statues, or sit back and relax in Lasha's attic! The set* includes 8 minifigures: From left to right: a Nindroid, Min-droid possessed by the Overlord, Jay, Kai, Lasha, Acidicus, a Scout statue and a Warrior statue. Play out scenes from episode 30: The Curse Of the Golden Master! The set* measures 38 x 13 cm (48 x 16 studs) and is 11 cm tall It consists of a very roughly estimated 850 pieces and conveniently retails for 79.99 USD / 79.99 EUR. *Also, it's not a real set. My entry to the Legacy contest! Ninjago is by far my favorite theme, so I was stoked to get building! As you can see, it's based on a location that hasn't been seen in set form. Here is what it looks like in the show: In my opinion, it's one of the most beautiful settings in the world of Ninjago, so I can only hope I have done justice to it! I tried to incorporate as many features from the Stone Army Tomb as possible, but I also took some artistic liberties here and there (most notably Lasha's attic). Close-ups and other additional pictures can be found on my Flickr, here. Hope you like it! By the way, here my entry to the Polybag contest, in case you missed it. Best of luck in the contest to everyone! C&C appreciated!
  23. Legacy Venomari Shrine "Snakes! Why did it have to be snakes!?" For the Ninjago Legacy contest, I present to you my Legacy Venomari Shrine, the successor to 9440-1: Venomari Shrine! My MOC features the snake-launching feature of the original mode, in addition to a secondary action function tied to the staff itself. A side view shows some of the mechanisms: Taking the Venomari staff comes with a string attached: the "hissing" statue unleashes snakes upon trespassers! You can watch a video demonstration here! Thanksss for viewing!
  24. Here's my entry to the polybag contest - Jai's Water Plane: Kai's Water Plane is based on the City Police Water Plane (30359), which was released in 2018 as part of the Mountain Police sub theme. In addition to the colour changes, I've added about 20 parts to the original parts count of 48. The main changes were to the floats and the wings. The swords ended up being in a precarious position, but I couldn't not include them. Kai will just have be careful when he's getting in and out of the seat! Hope you like it!
  25. Probably should've done this one first. LDD link here. Using this classic poly as a basis, managed to pull together a more modernized model with a subtly "mechanical" aesthetic (being Zane and all) and a bit more (hopefully requited) flair in . Should've added tan or "plastic wings" just for the sake of color, but it's too late to change the render now, isn't it? And back shot. That red button is a homage to the original, but does play a role in the principal function: it can be pressed to let the wings, uh, "flutter." I dunno if I need to add much to this beyond a couple lines, but do click the links if you can. The LDD one in particular has some neat insight into the model's function. Edit: I've added the words "plastic wings" above. This doesn't negate the entry, does it?