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  1. legominiguy

    My LEGO Daily Planet MOC

    For the past few months I’ve been working on a LEGO modular Daily Planet in my spare time, and I wanted to share it with everyone here. This is also my first "real" post (I only recently joined) so it's highly probable I'm gonna screw this up because, well, I'm an idiot. Please be gentle, and if this is the wrong place I do apologize. I host the images on my own site because I'm given to understand that Eurobricks doesn't host images, so I hope I've done that correctly as well. Anyway, on to the model. It has 4 floors plus an accessible roof, and currently consists of 5,894 LEGO pieces. At the outset I started tracking my time and it also represents about 325 hours of work all done in Bricklink Studio. When I got the idea, I formulated a list of some things I wanted it to have: Large globe on top The “stairstep” look from the comics The lobby globe like was shown in the 1978 movie Face-to-face desks in the “bullpen” for Lois and Clark. Lois’ desk would be a big ol’ mess with a hairbrush, food, and crumpled papers next to the waste basket, while Clark’s desk is neat as a pin. Because we’re big Smallville fans and so many fun moments took place there, the model also features roof access where Lois can go to smoke or take a ride with Big Blue, and includes the roof access structure where Clark (finally) took flight in the finale of Smallville. A copy machine/room Break room Janitor closet for Clark to change in Perry White’s office Desk for Jimmy Office details like water coolers A store room with boxes of papers You can probably see that I've iterated the outside colors, and very significantly changed the uppermost floor to no longer have windows but rather a large clock. The reason was two-fold; first I thought it looked kind of cool that way, and I wanted to motorize the large globe on top to turn (and have a Superman minifigure flying around it. And just for fun, I couldn't resist photoshopping Superman into one of the renders. So there you have it. I make updates to the model fairly frequently and will make updates here if there's interest. Here's a few more images:
  2. wallyjarek

    Square Heads Project

    Let me start by saying that the idea for this project came quite by accident, I looked through my drawer with printed bricks and noticed a brick 1x1 with printed eyelets. I have a handful of them and I started to put my hair, caps, etc. on them. I found them very funny and made me play with them positively. I've been working on them for the past few weeks. Superman Surfer Geisha Lone Island Football game Airplain Kill Bill On the road Wedding More pictures
  3. Just something fun I whipped up today. I'd had the notion for a while, I was just waiting for the right head to come along. Thank you HP CMF Series 2 Dumbledore! :) The maestro... And posing with some of his most famous musical inspirations... One could perhaps wish for a better black tuxedo jacket with black bow tie. (If I weren't hoping to keep it "purist," Citizen Brick makes a decent one.) But this fits the bill!
  4. blurryclear

    Dc Lego Stop Motion Collection

    This is my first long stop motion video, please tell me what do you think, and thank you for your support
  5. JanetVanD

    MOC Fortress of Solitude

    Hello all, For my latest MOC I wanted to build something totally different from what I'd built before; both to confront new challenges and to avoid comparisons. (not to mention a serious depletion in bricks in a lot of key colours after my last build hugely limited my colour selection!) So this is my LEGO rendition of the Fortress of Solitude, based on its depiction in the original Superman movies. For anyone not too familiar with superhero lore, the Fortress of Solitude was created with a shard from the Planet Krypton and hidden in the remote Arctic.It's Superman's home-away-from-home. The model used 18,684 pieces, took 160 hours to build and was completed last week. To see more of this model and my other models, go to: Janet VanD's Gallery
  6. I have a deep and unironic affection for the Supermobile, goofy as it is, thanks to owning the Corgi toy as a kid and have wanted to make a Lego version for a while. I've seen several really good ones from other folks through the years, a few of which even included some great step-by-step instructions, but I never had the time or patience to figure out what I was lacking brickwise and put in an order for whatever I still needed. I also wanted to make my own version more than just build someone else's, so a week or two ago I figured I'd sit down and see what I could make with what I had available. I'd love to go back and redesign someday to try and cover all the visible studs, but I'm pretty happy with the results of my first attempt. Here's the side view to start... Front view... Cockpit interior (with that scope that allows him to focus his vision powers...
  7. Listed are some superheroes that need to be in Lego form. I'd love it if other people could expand on these ideas, and add their own. DC: Green Lantern: Atrocitus Big Fig, Arkillo Big Fig, John Stewart, Guy Gardner, Kyle Rayner(Green/White Lantern), Carol Ferris(Star Sapphire), Saint Walker(Blue Lantern), Larfleez(Orange), Black Hand, Indigo 1. Maybe more. Aquaman: Ocean Master, Mera, Murk, Tula, Atlanna, maybe more. The Flash: Iris West, Joe West, Zoom, New Captain Cold, Heatwave, Wally West, and more (this is where many more could be added) Green Arrow: Red Arrow, Black Canary, (Same for Flash, here, many more characters here) Legends of Tomorrow: Heatwave(Mick Rory), Firestorm (Martin Stein), The Atom (Ray Palmer), White Canary (Sara Lance), Vixen, Rip Hunter, Nathan Heywood (Steel), Zari (Wind Totem Girl) Others: John Constantine, Swamp Thing, Solomon Grundy, Shazam, Black Adam, Hawkgirl, Raven, and multiverse other earth variants of existing characters. Marvel: (Not entirely sure about all of these characters, need some help) Beast, Nova, Deadpool, Tons of X-men.
  8. "No hard Feelings but someone paid me good Money for yer liveless carcass.Struggle all you want,makes it moar Fun fer me!" IMG_20180302_220856 IMG_20180302_220904 IMG_20180302_220913 IMG_20180302_220933 IMG_20180302_220944 IMG_20180302_220954 Anyone remember this one of a kind Antihero from the 90s,a mangey Spacebiker that calls himself a professional Bountyhunter, named Lobo? Yep,the Guys in Billund decided it would be a good Idea to put this violent and quite mature DC character into Lego Minifig Form,and i couldn´t agree more. The Bike he comes with is quite a bloaded Mess,but nothing a bunch of Frag Grenades,some Booze and a Wrench couldn´t fix. I shrinked the Bike a bit to make it fit more into Minifig Scale but still kept the Design mean and gas guzzling badass. Hope you like my new Version of Lobo´s Spacebike.....if not,get the fraggg outta here :D
  9. r5-j2

    Lobo Space Hog (MOD)

    Here`s my take on Lobo`s Space Hog.. the original build is magic ,but I thought it was a bit over-sized , so I shortened it ,using flick-missile parts for the front forks, I also took a wee bit off the height, getting rid of the launcher/storage bay under the main man`s seat..adding in a third engine. I think for twenty pound , you get a lot in this set, Krypto and Lobo are superb figures and I would recommend this to`s just a lot of fun! Take care everybody Kenny. 20180205_082721-1 by kenny burns, on Flickr 20180205_082520-1 by kenny burns, on Flickr 20180205_082224-1 by kenny burns, on Flickr 20180205_082328 by kenny burns, on Flickr
  10. Outworlder

    (MOC) the Spacehog (Lobo's Bike)

    Enjoy! SpaceHog 1 by outworlderohlendorf21, on Flickr SpaceHog 2 by outworlderohlendorf21, on Flickr SpaceHog 3 by outworlderohlendorf21, on Flickr SpaceHog 5 by outworlderohlendorf21, on Flickr SpaceHog 4 by outworlderohlendorf21, on Flickr SpaceHog 6 by outworlderohlendorf21, on Flickr
  11. Here`s "The Battle Of Smallville" set which has some cool figures, which I got second hand for £27 (still in it`s box, which was pretty beat up).The jeep had two blue flick fire missiles, so I built a radar controlled gun thingie instead and added some bits to the Kryptonian drop ship...sorry for the fuzzy camera work!... I`ve been looking for this set for a while now, because to be honest ,the current run of DC/Marvel sets hasn`t been great in terms of content or value(of course that's only my opinion).So I find myself on Ebay looking at older stuff and recently also got the Captain America "Avenging Cycle" set (no box or stickers, which is o.k. cos I detest stickers ) for less than a fiver. Wonder if anyone else is feeling the same about Lego`s recent offerings Take care folks Kenny 20171119_084855 by kenny burns, on Flickr 20171119_085040-1-1 by kenny burns, on Flickr
  12. The Batmobile from Batman v Superman is perhaps my favourite Batmobile design to date. I decided to build a UCS scale version and make it as authentic to the prop car as possible. The cockpit struts and roof panels were inspired by KKB-N7's excellent LDD rendition. Features include detailed interior, rolling wheels, and rotating front turret. More photos on flickr.
  13. Zilcho

    Justice League

    I've been working on this for a long time. I really wanted to test my limits, and used a lot more green screen and tracking shots than I normally do. I hope you like the end product!
  14. Hello everyone !!! So after some on and off work designing this thing both IRL & LDD i am very proud and happy to show you my Batmobile as it appears on Batman V Superman. I tried to make this model as accurate as i could and the recent images,game DLC´s & toys helped a lot,not only that but the model is very stable and i know this is a small detail that´s pretty much standard with other Batmobiles but... i managed to make the wheels roll with all the armor on it !!! :D So let´s start with the front,definetly a challenging part to do as at first i had no idea how to pull off the shapes & angles, not only that but belive it or not i had trouble doing the turret Things got difficult on the sides, as the actual car has a lot of angles and shapes that are almost impossible to make a 100 % acurate representation on this scale.... however i think i did a fairly decent job doing those The back was fairly simple to do... it took me a while to find a correct size of tires but once i did everything went smoothly.... BTW Credit to JANGBRICKS for the idea of using that motor piece for the Turbine/engine/exaust pipe... So that´s pretty much it guys i hope you like this build as much as i do and if you do want to build this yourself here´s a link were you can buy the instructions : Happy building !! -Prime
  15. Hi guys! I don't normally collect Juniors set but I did pick up the most recent DC ones for the minifigures and parts. After fiddling around with the main builds of each set I came up with these Batboat- Lex's warsuit- Tell me what you think! Constructive critism is always welcome
  16. thebluecrusader


    The Joker (Lego Batman Movie Version) and his super villain squad invade Batman's Batcave. Batman must form his own super hero squad from members of the Justice League to help ward off the threat! The trailer for an upcoming stopmotion animation I've been working on for the past two and a half weeks. I finished the final cut at around 7-8 yesterday and whipped up this small preview. I will be releasing this on my studio's YouTube channel (the same one you are watching the trailer on) on the 18th (Tuesday) so be sure to subscribe so you don't miss it! Thanks for watching!
  17. Unfortunately nobody has responded to my original German-speaking question in another (German) Lego forum. I try it here: Hello Although I myself have quite a lot of nerdiness to me, technical interests and hobbies, a certain film genre and hobbies that a "serious" adult should not have (?), I can start with the whole superhelden area, the starwarsfilms and also similar series little. Somehow I find the stories boring, very simplistic, humorless, politically far too correct and often too simple knit. Therefore, my question to the older fans (older in the sense of: Having a family of their own, have already participated in the professional life for a long time, the first destiny and crises have brought about, interested in "real" social / political issues - not only image newspaper and Facebook ...): What fascinates you at the superheldenstory, whether film, serial or comic? What is so special for you on Star Wars and similar film series? (No, I'm not interested in why Star Wars is better than Enterprise Enterprise, Battlestar Galactica, or is not). Signature: My nickname which I use in that forum. This text I have automatically translated with the Google translator. Lapidem
  18. tfcrafter

    Lego 76045 Batmobile MOD

    Here's a quick mod I came up with. I felt the front end of the Batmobile from 76045 was unfinished, so I rebuilt most of the front section to include wheel covers, spinning turret, and smoother front end.
  19. Well folks, here is my updated Superhero City. I call the diorama METROPOLIS MAYHEM. Shall we get right to it then? Here are a few overall photos: mm1 by brickhicks, on Flickr mm2 by brickhicks, on Flickr Now here is my updated S.T.A.R. Labs. Now with more Action and Adventure! mm3 by brickhicks, on Flickr Here we have Superman, Hawkman, and Wonder Woman taking on General Zod, Faora, and Rogue Kryptonians.... mm4 by brickhicks, on Flickr Green Arrow and The Flash ruin Captain Colds day. mm5 by brickhicks, on Flickr Aquaman and Cyborg vs. Lex Luthor mm6 by brickhicks, on Flickr Here is a Birds eye-view of The S.T.A.R. Labs area... mm7 by brickhicks, on Flickr Lois, Jimmy and some by-standers.. mm8 by brickhicks, on Flickr Green Lantern vs. Sinestro. I was going for a look where you can see the energy being used. I like the effect. How about you? mm9 by brickhicks, on Flickr Now we move down the street to Turtle-Boy Pizza............. Well it looks like The ANTI-MONITOR beat us to it..... mm.10 by brickhicks, on Flickr Martian Manhunter looks on.... mm.11 by brickhicks, on Flickr mm.12 by brickhicks, on Flickr Some Innocent by-standers run from The Anti-Monitor. mm.14 by brickhicks, on Flickr And now introducing the new part of my MOC. The 1st Metropolitan Bank. mm.13 by brickhicks, on Flickr DARKSEID arrives in his BOOM TUBE!!!! It took me a couple tries to get the Boom Tube effect just the way I liked it. Its something I hadn't seen done with the Big Fig yet, so I thought I'd be the first. mm.15 by brickhicks, on Flickr DARKSEID's appearance causes an accident right on The Avenue of Tomorrow..... mm.16 by brickhicks, on Flickr The Joker has plans for this money. That goon in the blown out wall is one strong guy, don't ya think? mm.17 by brickhicks, on Flickr Supergirl doesn't like the fact that Brainiac is in town.... mm.18 by brickhicks, on Flickr Birds eye-view of the Bank area..... mm.19 by brickhicks, on Flickr A view down the Avenue. mm.20 by brickhicks, on Flickr And finally one last view from above. mm.21 by brickhicks, on Flickr So that's what I have so far. I'm working on the next part of the town. It will probably take a while, but I want it to be good for you guys. I really need and want the Superboy, Bizzaro, and Plastic Man mini-figs. Couldn't get them where I live. So If anyone wants to trade with me for a butt load of castle mini-figs let me know. Leave your comments on the MOC or just take a good look. Thanks for stopping by.
  20. Hello, and welcome to my minifig-scale bottled city of Kandor! This is the first MOC I've posted on EB, so be gentle. Or harsh. Or honest. EDIT: I may update this later, as I keep building, or take better photos This is part of a much larger Fortress of Solitude project I've been working on since forever (hence WIP, or work-in-progress). Please excuse the dust, dog hair, bad lighting, bad photos, etc, etc, ad infinitum. I'm only posting because someone asked how I did it, and because I really like some of the work I've done and am keen to share it, even if I'm not in a position to take decent photos. Or dust thoroughly beforehand. Seriously, my dog sheds a lot. It's a problem. On with the show. Here's some shots of the city, still bottled. Each shot is a 90 degree rotation clockwise from the previous shot. And here it is out of it's bottle. As you can see, the city is built on a 2x3 plate for a base, and fitted into a 4x4 (round) space, offset using two jumper plates. This is pretty tricky. The top of the cylinder, when assembled, only has a 2x4 opening, so you can't simply put the city inside the bottle. The opening at the bottom is the same 2x4, so you can't attach the 2x3 city then add the half-cylinders because the city overhangs on at least two sides. The easiest way to assemble it all is to add the two 1x2 jumpers to the bottom of the city's 2x3 base, then hold the cylinders around the city, so that the cylinders grip the jumper plates and form an even surface. Then attach the assembly to a 4x4 (round, or not), making sure to apply pressure to the half-cylinders AND the city itself. This can be frustrating, especially if the city isn't stable enough to withstand the pressure put on top. For mine, that longest spire is a perfect place to apply pressure and ensure solid clutch-power on the bottom. As for the city itself, well, you have tons of options. I went for the white color-scheme, to match the general aesthetic of the 70's movie version of Krypton, but plenty of depictions of Kandor/Krypton have color, so it all depends on what you want. For my project, I just started grabbing all of the tiny white pieces I could find in my collection and started throwing them together, finding pleasing arrangements, hoping to suggest micro-scale alien architecture. This is the fourth version or so that I came up with (though I think I liked the second version better, it is lost to me now). Here's some shots without the bottle, each one turned 90 degrees clockwise, as before. As you can see, there's all sorts of tiny bits in there, lightsaber hilts (attached vertically using a 1x1 round w/ pin), a lever-base, cheese slopes, a skeleton arm, some minifig hands, and lots of SNOT building on a 1x1 brick with studs on 4 sides. There are so many ways you can configure this stuff, it's nuts. I actually just acquired some white minifig skis that I'm hoping to incorporate soon. The only restrictions are to the inside of the cylinder, which leaves some room to build past the 2x3 plate-edge on the short sides, making the city more rounded in appearance. Spires also need to be position to fit through the centered 2x4 gap at the top. That's it, really. If anyone has any questions, please let me know! Now that that's out of the way, here's some shots of the Fortress itself (very much a WIP), and a couple of other goodies. A wide shot of the base and half of the outer Fortress, with Kandor sitting in front for size-reference: Pictured are four spires, individual constructed and attached at the base. The spires are built using a core of standard bricks and technic bricks, strategically placed so that the outside can be plated and tiled in various places, adding to the crystalline look I'm going for. Here's where the spires attach, using some technic pieces, so that the spires are able to swing open, allowing access to the interior (which is fairly non-existent at this point ) The spires are built with some overlap, so that, if you raise the first one, it catches the second, and so on. When closing it up, the last one catches the next-to-last, and so on. Aaaand, this is the point at which I stalled out on the project. I want to incorporate some gears so that the entire structure can be opened and closed using one crank/gear. But I'm not a Technic guy. I came up with a simple enough lift system, but the spires are too heavy for it to work smoothly, or well, or at all really. I thought about redesigning the spires to be more hollow, thus lighter, and I thought about changing the way in which the spires interlock, and I thought about changing.....etc. So yeah. That's why there's a year's worth of dust on this monster. I should get back to work soon. Again, criticism, thoughts, and ideas are all welcome. Here's a case of kryptonite that would go somewhere inside, though I'm not entirely happy with it, simply because glass isn't enough to save Superman. It'll have to go behind lead, but then we couldn't see inside, so I'll probably add a vault for it to go in. Eventually. And last but not least, my Phantom Zone projector. I styled it largely based on the Superman: The Animated Series version. It is able to tilt up and down on the stand, or detach completely so that Superman can fly around with it and zap anyway who annoys him. Like Jimmy Olsen. Damn that Turtle Boy! A picture here would be good. #FAIL Phew, I'm tired of writing this post, so I guess that's it. Thanks for checking it out!
  21. Palixa And The Bricks

    [MOC] Superman Daily Planet Building

    Hi everyone, a while ago I challenged myself to build something with the cylinder hemisphere parts used for the Star Wars planets. My 4th build in this challenge is the Daily Planet building from Superman. There are a lot different references for this building. It almost seems that each series/film/comic uses its own. So I chose the one that's based on the Los Angeles City Hall (which was used in the 1950s television series Adventures of Superman, see wiki). When looking for reference pictures I also found this funny toy (Schylling Superman Classic Carousel. The site seems to be broken right now, so maybe just use image search instead). Now, this is the result of combining those two references: This is my very first build with power functions. (follow link to see the video) The other builds of this challenge can be found here. I hope, you like it. I originally posted this in the Special Themes forum, but I guess it fits in better here.
  22. Should or will DC's Suicide Squad and the Justice League join Lego Dimensions next? It seems like a natural fit since Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, the Joker, and Harley Quinn are already in Lego Dimensions. What about Suicide Squad? A bunch of Oddballs wrecking chaos in Lego- that's a riot waiting to happen! Here's a video detailing their strengths/attributes and weaknesses- Cheers! BoB
  23. DComics Shop

    Hello from Serbia!

    Hello my name is Ferenc Matyus 34 yers old, and I`m a new user on this platform. A year ago discovered again (since my childhood) the beauty in creation with the Lego cubes. I`m on some projects and just recently finished my first bigger statue which is a life-size Superman Lego sculpture. I look forward to sharing it with everyone. Have a nice day!!
  24. Hello everyone! Here are some pictures of the making the life-size Superman statue (17.300+ bricks). The pics are not the best quality because i was focusing to built the statue as soon as possible... 2016-05-16 19.02.19 by Ferenc Matyus, on Flickr 2016-05-19 18.54.39 by Ferenc Matyus, on Flickr 2016-05-21 19.15.31 by Ferenc Matyus, on Flickr 2016-05-21 19.16.53 by Ferenc Matyus, on Flickr 2016-06-01 19.20.47 by Ferenc Matyus, on Flickr 2016-06-06 19.42.03 by Ferenc Matyus, on Flickr 2016-07-01 15.24.23 by Ferenc Matyus, on Flickr