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  1. Construct-a-Astronaut

    This thing was made with both CCBS and system working together, and I don't know if this would go in the Bionicle-Based Creations or System-Based Creations. flickr This figure is design to have both the CCBS and system working together, with the base torso being a long CCBS bone piece. This figure was also made to use up an of those Star Wars Ultrabuild human heads that I have, and while the CCBS human heads are something that is disliked, the adding of system which add some texture rather than printing, really helps not make it too ugly. Which the current human head that are around, Chirrut Îmwe from the Rogue One is a perfect size and can move around in the helmet greatly. This figure was made as an LEGO idea project, hopping that with a concept like this, could get more people to try mixing CCBS and system, along with pleasing the fans of the two building system. If you like this and wish to see a set of it, please support it on LEGO ideas. LEGO Idea page:
  2. Link to the full album: Sorry if I won't be able to properly embed the album. If that turns out to be the case please view full album with comments on imgur.
  3. MOC: Next Generation Star Hawk

    I wanted to build a long time something for the Unitron series. The Star Hawk II was a great model and a few months ago I got the idea to build my own version of it. The Unitron, Intergalactic Strike Force, was organized to deal with the Spyrius, who were rogues of the Blacktron Future Generation. After many searches, battles and many losses the Unitron was disbanded and the Space Police was reorganized. Now the Black Hole Gang is causing trouble in the galaxy and the police force is not enough to stop them. A pilot, who has lost a ship and a lot of money, has found a graveyard of old ships and fighters and build a fighter for himself. He called it: Next Generation Star Hawk. For more pictures visit my Flickr Album. Various Space Creations Feedback and questions are appreciated. Sander
  4. Hello, here is my alternative build from Spyrius Centurion called Violence Transmitter. And the original picture from the back of the box: Take care
  5. Hello, I am a new AFOL and I am really excited about my first alternative build :-) http://20180301_151403 http://20180301_151443 http://20180301_151520 http://20180301_151631 http://20180301_151704 Original from back of the box: http://20180301_161101 I hope you will like it :-)
  6. [MOC] AS7 "Kestrel" Air-to-Space Fighter

    Swoosh. Meet the AS7 Kestrel, the latest model of variable-environment fightercraft from Studberg Aerospace! The basic idea behind this was to create a small, fast and maneuverable fighter with a modular weapon system that packs a huge punch for its size. It's also highly customizable in theory, as those weapons are modular and can be swapped out, and most of the white and red parts are available in a variety of other colors. The two topside guns (which can swivel to face the rear, making the Kestrel deadly in dogfights) were actually the very first part I designed, then those sat around for a while while I worked out something to put them on. Most iterations were small-ish fighters inspired by similarly-sized Star Wars ships. Some of that can still be seen in the finished product, in particular the V-Wing (which I had the older set of as a kid). Bit of a Star Fox Arwing in there, too. On that note, it does look like something out of a shmup game, doesn't it? Bottom, with retracted landing gear and three VTOL thrusters visible. Initially I wanted to have it attach to a sort of launch rail (idea being that's how it would take off and land) but didn't have the pieces to do that how I wanted. Weapons removed! A lot sleeker, but it loses a bit of personality. Well, that and it's totally defenseless now. That was stupid. . As mentioned prior, weapons can also be switched around or possibly replaced with entirely new ones if the need arises. Here's a lighter-weight arrangement without missiles and the guns mounted beneath the wings in their place. Cockpit detail! I try to fill out cockpits like this whenever possible, because lone control sticks and single control panels (like you typically see in official sets...) bug me and strain my suspension of disbelief somewhat, especially in something as complex as a spacecraft. There should be a ton of buttons and switches and tech-y things! That's all for now! I leave you with our hotshot pilot and a link to the full gallery here.
  7. Got a rundown hover bike that just doesn't start? Or how about a space truck that's lost it's hyper speed capabilities? Call Junk-Tron Towing and Salvage and watch that old Lunar Limo disappear at light speed! Our trained and courteous professional tow truck operators can move anything: no engine? faulty Mr. Fusion? blown time rotor? We've seen it all! We also offer flat bed, low-belly, and trans-dimensional towing services as well. If you own it: we can move it! Just call the all zeroes to get in touch with us at Junk-Tron! That's 000-000-000-000, with a galactic code of 000. In reality, this is a color-swapped Smash N Grab (set 5982) with a toned down amount of spikes, minimal weapons, and absolutely no stickers! The rear of the ship features the crane arm and engines. The top of the roof lifts off for placing the pilot at the controls. The pilot of the tow truck is wearing a pressurized space suit with a reflective orange coating to prevent accidents. As usual, comments, questions, complaints, and suggestions are always welcome!
  8. This Kadillax (pronounced similar to "Cadillac") originally belonged to Black Hole Gang's second in command under the Brick Daddy. This financial / legal wizard is code-named Mister Gray. The Kadillax remains his personal transportation now that Gray is "retired", but this is a ruse to keep the Space Police off his tail. The real work that he does is helping rebel cells fight the Space Police IV forces, either by smuggling oppressed people around in his spacious limo and it's opening trunk, or using the secret panels to covertly transport gold or cash around to rebel hideouts or stops on the underground railroad to freedom in the galaxy's central core. The core is where sensors can not penetrate and big ships cannot enter due to the increased gravity and many asteroid chunks. In reality, this model started as 70906, Joker's Notorious Low-rider. I changed the colors, removed most of the golden parts and exchanged the bouncy wheels for hover pods. The vehicle's obvious weapons such as missile launcher / ray guns were removed when Mister Grays went clean, but the secret is that he kept the EMP generator and code scrambler as a precaution. These would prove to be most helpful in his new role as founder of the resistance network and underground railroad to help oppressed aliens and techno-mages to freedom. Mr. Gray also keeps a classic blaster in reach at all times... just in case. The vehicle can seat one figure at the drivers seat and figure in the passenger's seat . The trunk opens up and the roof is removable. After the death of the Brick Daddy, a criminal power vacuum caused a gang war to erupt between Squidman and the mysterious Mister Gray, who was Brick Daddy's shady accountant and corrupt lawyer. As Mister Gray slowly took over the Black Hole Gang from rival Squidman, he forced the Space Police III (who were at war with Blacktron 3 at the time) to regroup into the totalitarian Space Police IV by way of the Gang joining sides with Blacktron 3 forces. This proved critical to anti-alien leaning leaders of the Space Congress' plan of eradicating both the Blacktron scourge and Black Hole Gang. In the end, the Blacktron retreated to the edges of known space, and the Black Hole Gang was destroyed save two major members: Squidman, who was no longer a Black Hole Gang member when the Gang declared war of the Space Police, and Mister Gray, who sold out the gang's location to save himself. He is sometimes now called Mister "Grave" instead, but never to his face, as he alone was responsible for the saturation bombing of the Gang's hideout. This bombing killed most members and blew up it's ammo dump, thus destroying any evidence of Gray's complicity in any past crimes. After this, he decided his clean slate was not worth the blood on his hands, and thus helped found the resistance network to fight the Space Police IV forces. His immense wealth helps out those in need, and he personally smuggles wanted people around in his limo from time to time. As usual, comments, questions, complaints, and suggestions are always welcome!
  9. LEGO Rocket - Instructions [MOC]

    Hello, this is a rocket that I designed to look like the standard simple rocket design. I haven't found a very strong way to attach the bottom to the main body, so if you have any suggestions for me about how to improve that, I would really appreciate it! Here is a tutorial on how to build it: If you like it, feel free to support it here:
  10. According to Wikipedia: 1.1 Early Space (1964–1973) 1.2 "Classic" Space (1978–1987) 1.3 Futuron (1987–1990) 1.4 Blacktron (1987–1988) 1.5 Space Police (1989) 1.6 M:Tron (1990–1991) 1.7 Blacktron Future Generation (1991–1992) 1.8 Space Police II (1992–1993) 1.9 Ice Planet 2002 (1993–1994) 1.10 Spyrius (1994–1995) 1.11 Unitron (1994–1995) 1.12 Exploriens (1996) 1.13 Roboforce (1997) 1.14 UFO (1997–1998) 1.15 Insectoids (1998–1999) 1.16 Life on Mars (2001) 1.17 Mars Mission (2007–2008) 1.18 Space Police III (2009–2010) 1.19 Alien Conquest (2011) 1.20 Galaxy Squad (2013) If my math is correct the biggest gap is in the beginning, with a 5 year break. Then there is one 2 year gap. And a few one year gaps, or overlap... Today, we are going on 5 years. Will the record be set for gaps? i.e. 5+, or will Lego go back to its one of its strengths. Has Star Wars ensured a longer gap? Note: I am a Star Wars fan. What say YOU?
  11. Recently I was in the mood to build stuff in space theme. Professionally speaking it's called Neo-Classic Space ;) It means that MOC is referring to the series of LEGO sets from the 80s but with the usage of newer bricks and more modern design. Read more » Bigger photos and full story here: LEGO Gallery - [MOC] Bio-Research Space Base Follow my new MOCs and articles at: LEGO Blog | Facebook | Flickr | Instagram
  12. Time To Charge!

    Hello! I want to present to you my entry for Ideas Moments In Space contest, Time to Charge! Lambda, the little robot needs to recharge after work! Help him! Plug the robot on the charging station, open his belly and the box contaning charging hoose and plug it into the robot to charge him! Set contains little, funny robot with moveable head, arms and legs, openable toolbox for Lambda tools and the charging station itself! I would appreciate your vote if you like this entry :) -
  13. Hello everyone, I would like to share my recent build that I put together last minute for the ongoing contest on Lego IDEAS called 'Moments in space'. It is a large scale brick built 'minifigure' of an astronaut. It is inspired by these big brick built figures appearing in several lego sets (as for now I only recall big antman from the Marverl Super Heroes set, but I think there was at least one more). This contest is supposed to help TLG design their next space-based promotional polybag, so I designed something that I would actually like to get as a freebie, and I hope other would as well :D If you like it, you can see more pictures and vote for it HERE! I don't have very many friends on social media that I could lure the votes from so my chances are low, but each vote definitely counts so thank you! (plus if you feel like sharing with your fellow lego enthiusiasts, that's beyond my wildest wishes :D) Of course all comments and criticism are also much appreciated. Footnote - I haven't yet checked the part availability in used colors so I am not 100% sure whether it is currently buildable or not (probably not). I plan, however, on revisiting that, making necessary changes and releasing the LDD instructions so if you'd like to build your own Brick's'tronaut, stay tuned :D
  14. There was a time that a big piece of brightly colored plastic with some lights on it, gently rocking back and forth, could make us so happy. Coin operated rides are something you grow out of, though, so it has been a long time ago that I enjoyed riding on one of these. Luckily, it turns out that building one is definitely a joyous activity! [MOC] To Space and Back for 50 Cents! by Bert Van Raemdonck, on Flickr The motivation behind this build was the LEGO Ideas "Moments in Space" contest. The objective was to build a small creation in the theme of space. It had to be in the same vein as those small promotional sets you get for free when you spend enough in the LEGO Store or at Shop at Home. I tried to follow this guideline as well as I could, really trying to design a promotional set. One thing I wanted to include, was some kind of mechanical play function. I recently acquired the nutcracker promotional set, and I found myself really enjoying fiddling around with it, endlessly actuating the lever: motion just fascinates me. My mind immediately jumped to the concept of a coin operated kiddie ride, as it moves so hypnotically and since it fills me with warm memories. I started by creating a mechanism that creates a smooth and somewhat realistic motion with a compact mechanism, to keep the build somewhat in proportion with minifigs. In the end, I'm pretty happy with how nice the motion looks, and I'm sure I would play with this endlessly! This motion is made possible with a bar mechanism attached to the sun-shaped dial. I spent most of my time tweaking the positions of the joints to make the motion as realistic as possible. I also used friction pins in the hinges so you can leave it in any position and it will stay in place, so you have more options for display. [MOC] To Space and Back for 50 Cents! - On the Operation of Rockets by Bert Van Raemdonck, on Flickr I also tried to make it as displayable as possible by first of all making it look like an actual kiddie ride such that it should be right at home in a Town layout outside some big store or in a mall. So the rocket got a shape that would be appealing to children nicely fat and round with an interesting shape of the nose (for those who were wondering, the rounded tip of the nose cone is one of those pieces that are the lower half of a balloon), nice lights, a steering wheel that does absolutely nothing but makes all of the difference to children, the typical slanted coin slot and stairs at the back to at least give some explication how that kid got up there. To make it more attractive, I made the base entirely in the space theme. The mechanism isn't actuated by some obvious crank, but by what looks like a sun, which totally blends into the base. All other planets in our solar system have been included as well, with colors and sizes as close as I could get them and a fun little combination of parts to create Saturn. With all of those touches, I hope it looks convincing enough that children would beg their parents for a coin to have a ride on this thing! [MOC] To Space and Back for 50 Cents! - Please, Mummy, Please, Please! by Bert Van Raemdonck, on Flickr That's it! I hope you like it and brought back some wonderful childhood memories! It certainly brought back the same level of enthusiasm for space as when I was a child. Maybe the Falcon heavy launch had something to do with that as well... Anyway, check out all of the contest entries for more spacey fun in a tiny package! ________ The LDD file for this build can be found here.
  15. This is my entry for the 'Moments in Space' contest on Lego Ideas: a supersize XXL Classic Spaceman! He's around 16 cm high and contains 211 parts. Voting is open from 9th to 19th of February and the winning entry could be taken into production as an official free gift in Lego stores and Shop@Home! Classic Spaceman
  16. Captains log, stardate 67433.5. During the galactic battle of sector 8. Class-44 repair stations were sent to repair our starfleet. They are equipped with four repair arms, capable of fixing massive phaser fire damage in a matter of weeks. Container ships were sent out to replenish the supply container on top of the ships for spare parts. The drawback of class-44 repair stations is that they're completely unarmed as they're mostly civilian controlled. They however have four massive thrusters in each corner to give the station enough agility to retreat if in danger. These massive thrusters are as big as the ones in our battlecruisers. Our scouts have found a wreckage of an unidentified ship that's bigger than what we've ever encountered. The massive engine has been sent to the repair station Alpha-4. Our research vessels are en route to the repair station. A ship with an engine as big as this one, we can't imagine what devastation it could bring. Captain out.
  17. Egg Crawler vs Speedy Scout

    A small collaboration between me and RhymesShelter. Egg Crawler by me. Additional pics: Egg Crawler, Speedy Scout.
  18. Hi All, Following on from my post last week showing my Space Polic base I've now got some pictures of the Planetary Enforcer that was part of the display. While I'm happy with the end result of this vehicle it does fail the playability test as there are parts that fall off rather easily (held on by a single stud). Oh well :) Thanks.
  19. I added internet connectivity to my old Futuron set 6990. I used three SBrick Plus and a Raspberry Pi to drive it. You can see the train with new PF cables and SBrick on the first picture. The two bases with the wedo 1.0 motion sensors can be seen on the other pics. I have created a video about the whole setup:
  20. My new and improved Space Shuttle orbiter MOC with landing gear. LDD file available on my Bricksafe page.
  21. Epsilon Hive Fighter

    Photo links to Flickr page Weaponry: -Two heavy field warp plasma orb projectors -Four standard plasma orb projectors -Sixteen Mag-Shield penetrating Thaylon missiles Propulsion: -Two Trepin hyper-X anti-matter engines -Four A-CAP M-AM plasma thrust vectoring engines -Hover and planetary lift provided by M-AM dispersion cones Shields: Mag-warp plasma shields which also provide quantum space time flux for up to 100 AU space jump capability Scanning: Long range field scanners using quantum flux dilation sensors with a range of up to 0.25 LY After the creation of the popular Epsilon Star Fighter, which provides space and planetary defense for the Epsilon Mining Group, the specific role of long range space defense was realized. The Epsilon Falcon was created and worked to fill the rapid deployment and mutli-role fighter but lacked the range and firepower. The Hive Fighter was commissioned to fill the role. The vertical design was to allow for a decreased footprint in docking bays and orbital drop ships. With a crew of two, the Hive Fighter has proven to be valuable asset against attacking forces. Disclaimer.. this is my first post.
  22. [MOC] Honoring the Monolith

    Introduction; This MOC is my first attempt, specified in landscape, of this size. The Story; "... In a galaxy far far away, somewhere in one of its corners, there is an unknown and isolated planet. In the center of the area where life has been developed, lies its oldest structure. A stone column with unknown carvings. But this is not the only peculiar thing about it. Every year, it lights up on its own and an abrupt hum is emitted. The next moment, something magical is happening! It's like the whole planet is coming alive - a heady aroma is overflowing everywhere, the flowers bloom, animals wake up and everyone enjoys this magical moment. This day has arrived, and all three tribes of the planet have gathered to celebrate the day of life. Everything rolls pleasantly, until a clank and a thunder shakes the calm atmosphere that prevails ... " 1. Honoring the Monolith MOC by George Patelis, on Flickr 2. Crashing Site 3. Crash Crater 7. The Ceremony 8. The Stream I am looking forward for your comments! You can find more pictures of my creation on my FlickR
  23. Hi Everyone, As part of a collaboration with I Scream Clone and Intrastella for Brickvention (Melbourne Australia) I built Delta Base, a Space Police outpost built into the side of a mountain. As a child of the 80s the original space police was one of my favourite themes so it was great to do a build based on the theme. Included in the build is my galactic peace keeper ship, a pursuit speeder bike and the planetary enforcer (the heavy vehicle which I'll post separate pictures of in the coming days). Thanks.
  24. Hello everyone! I am sharing the first episode of my Insectoids series, based on the lego theme of the same name. Before anyone mentions it I am aware that there are no Insectoids vehicles in it; this is a prologue to the main storyline. Please tell me what you think of this ;) I have made it in a way similar to 1950s Sci-fi films as the Insectoids theme always reminded me of those!
  25. [MOC] VEC-3 "Rhino"

    Here's Garry, introducing the Variable Exploration Craft model 3, nicknamed "Rhino", though more for its slight resemblance to a rhinoceros beetle (and its appropriately somewhat clumsy flight capabilities) than anything to do with the majestic large african mammal, but don't tell him that. Note the tail fins in the back. There's more to this than you might think. The basis for this build was the legs, in particular the way they connect to the body involving these parts. I feel like I got lucky with how sturdy this turned out to be, as unsupported single-stud connections can be incredibly delicate and fiddly, especially as far as moving parts are concerned. ...though the stability of the rear wheel connection seems to depend entirely on the individual tolerances of those stud/half-pin parts and how well they hold a bar through the pin end; I went through a few before finding some that held well enough. There's almost certainly a better way to do this. Everything I build needs some kind of flexible joint, now in the form of moving legs/suspension for tough terrain. When the terrain is too tough, the VEC-3 can take to the air! During the build, I thought the legs looked kind of like a quadcopter when they were spread out like this, so I worked in a simple transformation feature. Finally the underside, for a better view of how it's built. Full gallery with some more pics can be found here!