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  1. I love Tyrannosaurus Rex! That's what drew me to this 3in1 Creator set, my first ever. I picked up two more sets to make it fun. A little background about me, this is my first attempt at custom building of almost any sorts. I'm more of a set builder and then buy another set to compliment it. As such I completed this landscape with a very limited selection of loose bricks to choose from and even had to buy the base plate. I may eventually buy some bricks specifically to improve the landscape and grow and practice my technique. I still have a lot to learn but hope you like!
  2. The T-rex is the apex predator in the Cretaceous age, and the most perfect masterpiece evolution has ever managed to accomplish. Because 65 million years after its extinction, it is still the biggest and most powerful carnivore ever walked the earth.When I first watch Jurassic Park, I was immediately captivated by the power and beauty of the T-rex, and hopelessly fell in love with her. And what beats watching a T-rex movie? Building one yourself! At 59 cm length and 930 grams weight, This model is possibly the world*’s largest posable T-rex that stands on its own. * LEGO world :-) For more pics of the beast, please visit me on flickr: https://flic.kr/s/aHskCpW3Se Features: 1. It grew bigger as the building went on, for we are all greedy in the detail department. As a result, at a certain moment, It suddenly hit me that this thing may never be able to stand on its own when finished, and that would be an ultimate bummer (Yes, it’s my second MOC, I never knew LEGO was so heavy!). But due to a technique (mixel joints served as tendons), a lot of time and effort put into banlancing, and many compromises made to aesthetics, the completed T-rex stands on its own. (It may not pose a problem for digital building, but I consider this the No.1 feature of this build.) 2. Play features: This beast is not only a display piece, It is moderately posable thanks to a lot of joints. And it has to be from the conveiving because there are so many cool postures and it would be a waste of bricks if it ends up to be just a statue. Again, aesthetics has to give way… to gaps. But the very essence of LEGO saves the day again: with a few parts (modules) added or removed, the gaps left by maneuvers can be covered. 3. Sturdy. Every time I had to choose between appearance and sturdiness, I chose the latter, for which I think is a virtue of official sets. 4. I try to get the proportions as real as possible. Oftentimes I see a T-rex MOC, the head is over-sized to stress the beast's ferociousness and the feet are disproportionately large to increase stability. 5. Stud-Not-On-Top design, and all “legal” LEGO parts and techniques. The T-rex is a LEGO Ideas project, if you like it please support me at https://ideas.lego.com/projects/146539 . Thank you so much :-) Check another of my posts, Extreme Evolution: Arctic Triceratops: http://www.eurobrick...opic=135937&hl=
  3. Accordidng to Wikipedia, Some triceratops could grow up to over 9 meters long and weigh more than 12 tons. That put them in the same weight class as the ultimate predator T-rex. So their only appearance inJurassic Park obviously didn't do them justice size-wise. And if you know anything about polar bears, you would know Arctic beasts usually grow larger than their relatives in other regions of the world. Imagine how powerful and beautiful this creature must be. Features: 1. Play features. It is not a statue. It's moderately posable with tons of joints. I made it this way so it could fight a T-rex in the short movie below. You can have more poses with a few modules added or removed. 2. Sturdy. Every time I had to choose between appearance and sturdiness, I chose the latter, for which I think is a virtue of official sets. 3. Stud-Not-On-Top design, and all “legal” LEGO parts and techniques. The Triceratops is a LEGO Ideas project, if you like it please support me at https://ideas.lego.com/projects/144697 . Thank you so much :-)
  4. Hello, I am new here. I made a MOC about T-rex vs Triceratops. But I am not sure which section of this forum most fits them. Thank you for some directions. Here is a sample image. and my LEGO Ideas project Extreme Evolution: Arctic Triceratops Your support would mean a lot to me. Thank you.
  5. Hey folks! Let me start on how this happened: I wanted to join TC7, with a pretty viable idea in my head. But then, my older son found out, and the project got derailed. He likes mobile cranes very much, especially the tracked version. So, here's my entry, I hope you like it. Sorry for the low-quality photos, I had no other choice. Jurrasic Revenge Crane mode: It's a fully functional tracked crane, with a rather long boom that's raised pneumatically, working doors and the common blue chairs :) Back view, can you already guess what's it transforming into? Demonstration of the boom mechanisms, it can extend more than this but I had little time to take pics. Let's start transforming: it all starts in the cab, watch those chairs closely. They turn to the sides, touching the doors. Then I slowly push out 4 bush-pins, so the cab can slide to the back. The cab goes all the way back, connects with the boom base, and the hidden dino head goes out the "window". The arms are detracted from under the cab, revealing the 2nd mode: the Tyrannosaurus Rex battle machine! T-Rex can now stand up on its own 2 feet, that were hidden under the crane body. He can now stomp anyone who stays in his way! But wait, an Enforcer jumps from the bushes, aiming with his flare gun. Luckily, T-Rex extended his leg cannons, just in time. A direct hit! The enforcer lies unconscious on the ground... T-rex grabs him by his feet and tosses him up in the air! Then catches him on his way down with his ferocious jaws. There's no escape, puny Enforcer! Well, that's the story so far, I will add some lore later on, as well as the video, which needs serious editing. if you want to see higher resolution images, check out the Jurassic Revenge album on my Flickr account.
  6. the2awesomeguys

    Lego Jurassic Park

    A very short Jurassic Park sketch in order to celebrate the release of the new film.
  7. This picture leads to my lego ideas project. Please click on the images to see it in full size. This skeleton of Tyrannosaurus rex is in Lego Minifigure scale! I made it next to the T-rex figure, so it has almost the same size. Functions: flexable tail moveable arms and legs moveable neck and skull moveable lower jaw platform with a information display a night watchman with a flashlight It includes 270 pieces. @all viewers: Now it's up to you. Vote for my project and make the dream come true. Please look at my other projects, sare these with your friends and support these. LOTR - Barad-dûr Ultimate Collector's Set (more than 2.960 supports*) LOTR - Rivendell Part 1 LOTR - Rivendell Part 2 (more than 1.070 supports*) LOTR - Rivendell Part 3 LOTR - Rivendell Part 4 LOTR - Rivendell Part 5 (more than 1.590 supports*) LOTR - Rivendell Part 6 LOTR - Rivendell (more than 1.150 supports*) LOTR - Doors of Durin Minas Morgul The Hobbit - Halls of Thranduil The Hobbit - Dale (more than 1.150 supports*) The Hobbit - Dale expansion set The Hobbit - The Side-door of Erebor The Hobbit Ravenhill Hobbit Showdown at Ravenhill James Cook and the HMS Endeavour(only 227 supports) Presentation platform * on June 27, 2015 Thank you for your attention.
  8. I was talking about the upcoming Jurassic World LEGO-Sets with a friend of mine and said, that I hope they will also realease some Sets from the older movies (like they did with Indiana Jones). She answered that she would love to see a "toilet-scene"-Set where the "bloodsucking lawyer" gets eaten by the T-Rex... Since that probably won't happen I decided to give it a shot myself More pictures of my creations can be found in the LEGO folder of my homepage!
  9. The work took second place in the finals at Competition "Jurassic World" (it was the first after the first round) on the Bricker.info in the year 2015. Text is taken from the Contest Work: Dinosaurs lived in ancient times on earth, under water and in the air. Take a look at some of them: General view Let's start with the aquatics: Globalens Floating slowly Ancient cuttlefish Take a look from a height A pair of pterosaurs Mom-pterosaur sits at the top of a huge tree (see the baby?) Dad-pterosaur flies around and is watching the situation Pterosaurs Dad-pterosaur saw a threat! T-Rex is on the loose! He growls! He is terrible! Everyone is afraid of his teeth! Another look at the dinosaurs Once again final view. Thank you for your attention! Your, Pikachu.
  10. At a recent brick.ie event one of our members (JanetvanD) produced her first MOC for us and wow, what a debut. Its a painstaking recreation of the Lost Valley scene from the Tomb Raider computer game complete with Lara Croft, raptor, T-Rex and medi-packs. It has the look of a lost Aztec city in the midst of a jungle. TombRaider by JanetvanD by Dfenz, on Flickr T-Rex at Titanic Belfast by JanetvanD by Dfenz, on Flickr Enjoy