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  1. After a spark of inspiration last month, I immediately halted my project LEGO Astrotrain in favor of this one . And I vowed to complete and publish it before Xmas. So here I am. Can you guess which component/carriage took up most of my building time? You'd be surprised! One fun thing about building LEGO TF is the uncertainties and pleasant suprises along the way. I never intended this bot to have weapons or turn into war machines, but somehow... here's what mid-transformation ended up looking. Building the tree took up disproportionately longer time than the rest of the carriages and train, since the tree conceals the robot hand*. I think I revised the tree design for more than 4 times before I settled down for this one: *the hand is MORE than 2 studs wide no thanks to the protruding finger parts. This makes things much harder , than concealing a hand that's exactly 2 studs wide inside the tree. Despite the size, the Robot mode is fairly articulated and poseable, thanks to the chunky train coaches as legs For more photos, as usual... check out my blog link here: And if you got bout 16 minutes to spare....view a vid of this creation in my youtube channel too! You'll get to see how the transformation/merging goes. Merry Christmas everyone !
  2. Winter Village: Uni-kitty is com-ing, to town! As I was starting this build Unikitty came along and screamed, "That's MY house!!!" From that point on I felt like a snowball rolling down a hill. So, she moved in, added a dance floor, decorated for the holidays (Unikitty style), then threw a 'Welcome to my New Home' party. She couldn't wait to try out ice skating. While others from the North Pole and Winter Village are visiting, poor Larry is working again this year, this time DJing. In the living room, Unikitty has hung up her stocking. While on the top floor, she put in a dance floor, complete with disco ball. Inside visitors enjoy the treats Unikitty has laid out, while warming themselves at the fire. Only kids and Unikitty see nothing strange about ice cream in winter. Unikitty's 'Welcome to my New House' party
  3. Have a furry, I mean Merry Christmas guys! Hope there are the sets you wished for under your Tree :)
  4. Hold on a minute; doesn't this seem familiar... However, great minds think alike! (But not always about steering). Anyway, here is my contribution to the festive season! There is a sleigh which houses a M Motor and a 3:1 geartrain reduction. Out front there is a sort of reindeer creature beast (after all: Santa ==> Satan....) with the walking mechanism rather rudely stolen from this video - cheers ISOGAWAYoshito! The video: Merry Christmas everyone and a (hopefully) Lego filled 2017! Now for some pictures: The whole bundle. Thinking about it, I should have put a universal joint or two in there! The stuff of nightmares (looks never were my strong point)! That juicy undershot. Its OK, it is in the right forum! P.S A LDD file will be available after Christmas. See you then!
  5. It's that time of year again! The Holiday Season is fast approaching and we're already excited about the latest additions to the Winter Village from TLG: Santa's Workshop and the Winter Village Market. It's now becoming a tradition here in Town that we love to see people's own creations to add to the Winter Village, and this year is no different. Things have changed slightly, but the core of the contest is here - we'd love YOU to build us an addition the the World of Santa's North Pole Village or create buildings for other holiday characters. Does that sound limiting? Fear not! Even Santa's Village needs train stations and houses and bakeries and all the other things a non-Santa Christmas village would need so be as creative as you want. Frosty and Rudolph and other holiday characters could use their own houses and workplaces too, I think so there's a chance to be really clever if you want as well! So come on Eurobricks, what are you waiting for? Let's have some wintery fun, and show us what your Holiday Character Winter Village inspired creation is! The Rules Entries must be posted by midnight UTC, December 31st, 2014. One entry per member. Entries must be similar in size to an official release LEGO Winter Village set. Entries should be either Town-themed or Friends-themed and may include either (or both) Minifigs and Minidolls. Entries should be new (never posted anywhere previously) and be similar in style to the previous official TLG releases. All entries are to include only real LEGO. No clone brands, 3rd party parts, or digital entries allowed. Decals will be allowed if you've made them yourself, but no cutting, sculpting or modifying parts. Entries are to be placed in their own entry topic in the Town forum. The title of the topic should begin with "Winter Village: " and then give the name of the entry. The entry post (first post in your entry topic) may be edited at any time up to the end of the contest, so feel free to make improvements if you wish. Entries are to consist of no more than 5 posted pictures of 1024x768 pixels or smaller resolution but may also include a link to a folder of additional images of any size. Photos of your creation can be manipulated with Photoshop for levels, proportions and color correction but may not include graphic enhancements. We reserve the right to disqualify any entry that does not follow these rules. The Prizes First Prize: EITHER 10245 Santa's Workshop OR 10235 Winter Village Market Second Prize: whichever set is not chosen for First Prize, of the two sets above. Third Prize: TBA For Inspiration and Reference Expand the Winter Village Contest IV: Winners | Entries and Voting | Rules and Discussion Expand the Winter Village Contest III: Winners | Entries and Voting | Rules and Discussion Expand the Winter Village Contest II: Winners | Entries and Voting | Rules and Discussion Expand the Winter Village Contest: Winners | Entries and Voting | Rules and Discussion Best of luck everyone, we're looking forward to seeing your entries!
  6. Skalldyr

    Moc - Winter Wonderland

    Hi everybody! I want to present you a little scene I build for the Brickset Festive Building Competition. ~ Rudolf stood still on the wide wintry fields. ~ The frozen grass sparkled blue in the dim morning light. ~ Today was the day. Santa's sleigh was already outside ~ and soon the gifts would be loaded. ~ Then finally! He would be able to fly! ~ For the first time - out in the cold windy sky. I hope you all like it! -Skalldyr
  7. Here is something I built for the MCP Program, using exclusively parts from set 31313: This is Santa Claus' sleigh, pulled by his faithful reindeer Rudolph! Rudolph pulls the sleigh by using the same leg mechanism I came up with for : a simplified version of the Klann linkage. Besides the large motor for walking, there's another one for (very roughly) adjust the angle between Rudolph and the sleigh to allow for curves, and a medium one for making Santa wave his arm.Of course, Rudolph has to have a red nose! The colour sensor, set for reflection mode, gives the nice redness. Like with , I made a point of using the infrared sensor "upside down" for Santa's eyes, to avoid the "aggressive" look given by the lines printed on the sensor. I tried to have the EV3 prominently displayed, with its side ports for USB and SD unobstructed, and reserved space for the rechargeable battery.I really like how the robot turned out to look: it was fun trying to make the most of the 31313's relatively limited assortment of parts (for example, some dampers for Rudolph's hooves would be most welcome). On the other hand, I really wasn't able to make it work well: with an EV3 loaded with batteries, a large motor, a medium motor, and assorted parts, the sleigh got really heavy for Rudolph to pull, even with wheels underneath. Also, the steering is just too abrupt for direct remote control, and I couldn't find a way to gear it down while using the available parts and still look cool. Here is the video of it in motion. And here are some more pictures. If you want to see any detail or other angles, just ask. I hope you like it!
  8. alanboar HK


    LEGO MOC - MERRY XMAS 2013 It is my new moc for Xmas. You can find Santa Claus , Reindeer , Fairy , Snowman , Ginger House and Special Lufsig. 還有小仙子!! I made a little lufsig and join to the “Army of lufsig" in lug gathering!! haha Another lufsig creators is : Frank On, Uncle old-biscuit, Chiukeung, T and me It is joined in HKLUG 2013 winter gathering! Special thanks our friend Nicholas Foo share his lovely miniland model. I modify a bit and share it in the gathering! :classic: Thank you who love it and Merry X'mas for Eurobricks friends! http://lego.alanstud...SantaClaus.html Creator : Alanboar
  9. Hello from sunny Singapore! With a few days more to Christmas Day, I'd like to share some festive creations with you. All aboard! Have a chuggin’ Christmas with this little locomotive. The Choo Choo Mini comprises 50 parts and is a great example of what you can achieve when you build in different directions. Little Rudolph says hi to an 8-bit reindeer from the eighties. Twinkle, twinkle. Here are three views of the next Christmas creation. Can you guess what this is? Regards Jeffrey Kong (aka “BricksBeng”) Grand winner of The Joy of LEGO® Singapore 2012 mural design competition: Winner of LUGSing (LEGO User Group Singapore) official Christmas gathering building contest 2012 Featured artist to showcase original LEGO® creations in Pop-Up Noise Singapore 2013 Blogged by The Brothers Brick, the best LEGO® blog on the web for our Despicable Me Minion: Blogged by The Brothers Brick, the best LEGO® blog on the web for our Retro Typewriter: Invited by Lomography to customise the Konstruktor DIY SLR camera: Vote for our Despicable Me Minion on LEGO® CUUSOO! | Vote for our Retro Typewriter on LEGO® CUUSOO! | Vote for our Origami Crane on LEGO® CUUSOO! |