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  1. Hello again Eurobricks! Today I have come to share my latest Lego stop-motion film "Desolate Jewel" it is a sequel to my film Desolate Sands, so I recommend that you watch that first: https://youtu.be/0MMb8InKYDQ This sequel Take place immediately after the original, our Hero recollects his previous adventure and it's link to his current one: Please do share your thoughts and feedback on it :)
  2. Count Sepulchure

    [MOC] Barbinator the fairy

    Hello, my dear visitors! Have you ever dreamed of a fairy paying you a visit? Well, you may want to reconsider. Such amazing! So mobility! Much wow! "A modern toy". This action figure is meant to illustrate the sorry state in which the child and teen entertainment industry is finding itself in our age. My intention was to leave as much humanly features as possible, overlaying them with the sheer inhumanity of modern toys and games. If you think that parents can effectively shield their children from corporations who employ flocks of shrewd marketeers, then think again. There's only so much one can can do, and this is where we are headed. Leg movement animation. Click here to see my attempt in composite animation which was too heavy to be embedded. An angelic "Kill Teal" version. A dangerous kind of beauty... isn't she?? Thanks for your attention and I hope you enjoyed her company! x)
  3. unreal81

    Lego Battle League

    Hello All, My and my son have started our own Lego Wrestling stop motion film. We hope to create a story lines and of course a better production. This is our first shot, so please check it out and let us know what you think. Thank you.
  4. A group of adventurers venture into the desert to obtain an ancient object, unknown to most of them, evil forces are also trying to take it. please tell me what you think
  5. Hello Everyone, So this year I had a go at making a Brickfilm in my spare time. It's my first attempt, a street race through classic LEGO sets of the 1990s which turns into an all-out police chase! Hope you enjoy - all comments welcome! Thanks, BrickingIt24
  6. On the Grand Road of Nellisa, near Nova Terreli, is a small roadside tavern. Today is delivery day, and the tavern owner and his family are happy to see the brewer's cart arrive. The tavern owner's handyman rolls the kegs of beer into the tavern... ...and the brewer's workman loads the empty kegs onto his cart to take back to the brewery. The road is still muddy in places from a recent rain, but the old draft horse doesn't mind. It's better than a hard, dusty road, and the trip back to the brewery will be much lighter pulling empties instead of full kegs. *************************************************** This build is 1280 studs (32x40). I'm submitting it for consideration in categories A (Action on the Road) and M1 (Nova Terreli: Merchants). All C&C welcome!
  7. My character for hero factory. I made one for each series, partly because through sheer luck, I selected blue as his main color and that always got used in the series itself, so I got lots of good parts. He started with a 2.0 style hero recon set. His power is energy absorption/redirection, hence the glowing armor. 1.0 Lightly modified 1.0 frame with a cool gun. I'm really happy with it, despite the simplicity 2.0 My Hero recon set, with minor alterations to compensate for the hero recon builder's limitations. 3.0 I saw stringers helmet and thought "predator!" right off the bat. So Radon 3.0 ended up being a predator homage with a spear, wrist blades, and shoulder cannon with independent tracking. Breakout Radon This guy has a space marine vibe, with 2 awesome weapons, and lots of armor. I didn't like the breakout/superhero torso much, so I stuck with the 2.0 chest. He has the newer hero core on his back as a backup Radon XL Brain Attack was where I started running out of steam, this guy is obviously a furno mod, but I liked that years furno alot. The cape is connected way better, sword is awesome, much cleaner, and condensed compared to furno A fun group shot. And I didn't forget Invasion from below: No mech, cause bionicle g2 became a thing (and now its gone)
  8. Hello everyone, I'm sharing a little short I did to get back to animating. On this occasion I decided to make one of my favourite scenes from the first Harry Potter movie into LEGO stop motion : the mountain Troll in the girls bathroom! ---CAST---- Eve Karpf as Minerva McGonnagal Harper Marshall as Hermione Granger Geertos13 as Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Professor Quirrel Mountain Troll as the Mountain Troll ;) ___________________________________ Be sure to follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook...519954/?fref=ts C&C appreciated as always :)
  9. Hello eurobrick.com users! I'm glad to show you my first lego movie: A funny short film about the Lego Star Wars 75099 set: Rey's Speeder! Enjoy! More to come!
  10. Brick Architect

    Funny Camping Day!

    The little Bricks Family is going Camping! Let see what happens... (Movie based on the Set 60117 Van & Caravan Lego City) Enjoy!
  11. CEMORDIN

    [MOC] K-18

    Hi, everyone! Although it is not done yet, I still want to show you guy my K-18. . . . The images are big, please wait... I will upload the complete model to Lego Ideas before the end of August, I hope. This is the incomplete gun that will be used by the battle armor. Or I will make another one. Ok! That's all. Please support me later! Thanks!
  12. A History Hello Eurobricks users! I am here to explain, educate, inform and entertain with an article on this very subforum you are reading. Whether you are a regular to this section or are here because you accidentaly clicked something on that pesky touchscreen (you could have sworn you tapped that other one, right?) I hope you bear with me and take a look at Action and Adventure Themes. Action and Adventure Themes Here is an elegent and finely crafted timeline-ish of Action and Adventure themes. Spanning 1995 right up to the here and now of 2015 (twenty years..Peppy feels old). Subthemes missed for space, else this baby would be massive-er, Click to embiggen.. Just what is an Action and Adventure Theme? Action and Adventure Themes isn't an official LEGO name, while Pirates, Town and Technic are taken from current or past LEGO branding, Licensed is pretty much self explained and Star Wars is a no-brainer. Action and Adventure came about as a place for some of the outliers that needed a home. Story driven themes that had named characters front and centre with a mission or quest to undertake. Of course, plenty of SciFi themes have a storyline and named characters but Action isn't quite SciFi. Those themes just aren't Skiffy enough to be SciFi or normal enough to live in Town. ATV, Goodguy, Badguy. ATV, Goodguy, Badguy... Giant Space Mantis ATV, Goodguy, Badguy... A Badguy made of Toxic Slime. Sure, there are helicopters and motorboats, even ATVs that would happily fit into a City, but that chap there has a super lazer and he is chasing a man made out of radioactive slime. Not enough spaceships or aliens, but too much toxic ooze and lazers. There are a few more features of an Action and Adventure theme. Take a look at some Classic advertising I have re-discovered.* *X Soft, a big ol' nostalgia bomb! You might have noticed a little something. There was some sort of linking line through all of them that can be found even in the latest (including the one marketed at girls) Action and Adventure themes. Collecting things! Collections and Crystals It is a surefire perfect way to get people buying and buying, or more accurately getting children to ask for/demand all the things. A Collection gimmick. Gotta Catch 'em all! To do that you have to buy all the sets, from that nicely priced set a little pocket money will get, right up to the huge cornerstone big-box build that has a princely sum attached. There are Baddies to be captured, keys in all forms, weapons that grant powers, weapons that will grant a bad-guy a power the good-guys have to stop. They come in pretty colours with printed designs and all fit neatly into something on the biggest set. All of them are unique and only one in each of the sets. Unlock the gates, collect the weapons, stop Pharaoh getting his mummy mitts on the kit! If it isn't unique things to collect it is something a little more basic. Crystals! Lots and lots of crystals. Amass more than the enemy or enemy factions, collect them with a cool play feature or fight it out with a game mechanic. They came in all sorts of colours and finishes, shapes and sizes and reasons to collect. Power source or valuable commodity, you have to get more crystals than the other guys. A gemstone. A Chi Crystal While some in-story were more generic and had less of a reason to collect them (or it was outright unexplained) those Action and Adventure theme factions sure loved their crystals. Like I mentioned earlier, these were not just lying around to be picked up. Sometimes you have to play a little game. Game on! Another thing that sets Action and Adventure themes apart from the more mundane of real-life roleplay are games to build and play. A section of the game, complete with a nifty plane! While Time Cruisers was the first Action and Adventure theme to have a board game, the game itself was separate from the sets and came with some LEGO as playing pieces. The Adventurer's Orient Expedition Theme had a trio of linkable game-boards and playing cards included in the three larger sets. Through a combination of item collection and challenges you earned points to win the game. Game Cards featuring heroic characters After quiet a hiatus filled with Video Games and an increasing internet mini-game presence a new Action Theme arrived with a new and exciting game. Ninjago! Spinjitzu Warrior Combining the age-old game of battling tops (gasing pangkah - look it up!) and playing cards, with the popular characters of colourful Ninjas, Ninjago has been going strong for four years. While there has been a spinner-less gap of late, it is set to make a return to a battle game later this year. There isn't much more to be said about this subject, something I am sure other members could tell me more about! Card Games On Motorcycles! With the success of the Ninjago theme there was another attempt to combine a toy and card battle game with Legend of Chima. Flywheel powered Speedorz, launched along by the rip-cord, can navigate obstacles to win Chi crystals. After a slightly unfortunate redesign of the 'fairing' no further speedorz are coming along and Chima is ending, but not every theme can last as long as some. Videogames As well as the good old chunks of plastic pitted against each other in competition, Action and Adventure Themes have a number of computer games to go alongside the storys told in comics and internet material. There have been many LEGO Multimedia games and characters from Action and Adventure themes have featured in them in varying roles. However Rock Raiders was the first Action and Adventure Theme to have a game to itself. *I miss the old LEGO Media bit, that soundbite! On Playstation and PC, you collected the energy crystals to help the heroes escape the mystery planet and return home. Alpha Team was next to get the game treatment, with a PC and Gamboy Colour release. (Aaand now I have to go and sit in a corner and feel old, have a video.) *I miss the old LEGO Media bit, that soundbite! **and that is why Cam and Dash are my LEGO OTP More recently Ninjago has been bringing the goods with the Battles strategy game, Nindroids and upcoming sequel Shadow of Ronin. The RPGs supplied to us by Travellers Tales, purveyors of fine LEGO gaming experiences since 2005. So Now you Know and Knowing is Half the Battle. I hope this article has informed and entertained. Action and Adventure themes have always been my favourite. Fun, strange, sometimes packed with radical new ideas. Certainly loaded with colourful characters and colourful parts. Action and Adventure themes cane burst into life and fizzle out quickly or have a staying power no one expected but always pack in plenty for us to remember. Who knows what will be coming up? Will we dive down to the seabed again or dig out some crystals? Is there a daring Explorer ready to venture out into the unknown? Or some new and unexpected direction to give us even better prints, parts and colours to enjoy? Whatever it is, I hope we all get to come along for the ride!
  13. Do you want to own functional, durable, handsome and unique lego versions of real-life guns? Than you will be interested in Lego Gun Instructions! We offer only the file of the instructions. We do not offer the weapons physically. Here is our store on ebay: http://www.ebay.com/sch/legoguninstructions/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from=
  14. Hello folks! Many people feel disappointed seeing newest incarnation of ToaTahu. Well, I can agree that some details could be made in better way (like arms) but overall I think he's a good set. Not perfect but good. Anyway I decided to give new Bionicle a chance and I bought Tahu. When I finally built him I felt that something is wrong with design - and I slowly began to improve him. And you know what? I really ejnoy this moment! So, here it is. My newest Tahu remake. Brickshelf (no collages) | DeviantArt| Flickr | Blog Don't worry if you feel that pictures are too small. If you go to my flickr/DA gallery (depending on what's your favourite) you should be able to see larger images. If you don't like collages - don't worry, you can still go to my Brickshelf gallery. I'm going to make a short video-presentation but I don't know when I'll finish it. Some details: As you can see his legs are now armoured not only from front but from behind too. I'm not sure about the side-panels but I'm afraid I don't have enough HF red parts. I decided to change his original hands into something a bit different. I came up with some new patents but finally I decided to use something simillar to MrBoltTron's concept because it looks much better. And yeah, he can hold his swords in hands! Last thing in this photo which I mention is armour which covers his gears. Don't worry, you can still rotate them (and arms) but more armour means reduced mobility. Fortunately on acceptable level :) Tahu can hold his swords on his back. The only disadvatage is that he's leaning little backwards but hey - these swords are little heavy! Anyway, for me it's still ok. Original model has a golden mask which makes Tahu more powerful. I made a collage with it: Still looks ok but I'm not sure if red one is better. You see, this construction has many golden parts (probably too much) and it needs some reds for contrast. And - what do you think about using this golden mask for Jaller remake creation? ;) Some extras: "Meet my new pet": Some of you may be wondering - what's happen to Tahu's surfing board? Well, I had so many pictures to process that I totally forgot about this :/ Anyway I hope you enjoyed my creation. And if you like you can ask me about it - I'll try my best to answer all your questions :) Best regards, ~ QQS EDIT Lava Board update:
  15. LegoGunInstructions

    The Expendables in Lego

    Please tell me what you think about this stop motion remake of a scene from the movie "The Expendables" [removed link]
  16. LegoGunInstructions

    Lego Black Ops 2 - PDW-57

    Hello, I made a real-life replication of this weapon, which can be found in the famous FPS Call of Duty Black Ops 2 [removed link] Please tell me what you think!
  17. You don't have to save the world to be a hero. Finding the Path follows the journey of a man as he attempts to avenge his mother's death. But when it comes time to fulfill his goal, he is faced with a choice: to do what is right, or what is easy... I hope you enjoy the film! Comments and constructive criticism are more than welcome!
  18. TristanLoganLoki

    Custom Xmen

    Ive found some spare lego figs and Ive brought the 2 xmen sets out at the moment, but over them you only get a hand full of mutants. I know I can buy custom ones via online auctions places, but they are abit pricey so Ive decided to make my own figures of characters I dont think they will bring out. Im doing; Harada Mariko Yukio Silver Samurai Warpath Blink Viper Also brought a Lex Luthor fig so that can be Prof X. using an invisi block and a grey chair. Anyone got any tips for using paint on lego? I might put pics up if im able to, but, im not an expert painter and Id say im quite bad so. So they may suck. Ive done Yukio's sword (Basing the fig from the wolverine) which im almost happy with. If anyones interested, drop a message in :)
  19. FinalFeature

    Batman Arkham Knight

    Who is the mysterious Arkham Knight? Will it be a brand new villain or is he a mysterious old partner? Find out who he could possibly be in this brand new short based on the Batman Arkham Knight video game franchise. This is my first time running a video at 59 frames per second trying to achieve a more fluid movement with LEGO animation. Edit: Can a mod help deeplink this? Thanks.
  20. Took me 500+ hours to do the VFX for this. Hope you guys like it! - Andrew M.
  21. [/url] In the 67th year of King Leo the 101st' reign, Sir Odor of Garlic staged a one man, one day rebellion, and launched an attack on a castle on the outskirts of the kingdom.
  22. Here is my Secret Agent Stealth Submarine for the Building Drive, hope it's in time! For those necessary underwater incursions into Enemy Agent territory, the Stealth Sub comes equipped with quiet water drive, but speed propeller for fast getaways! Included in the sub are state of the art communications array, night vision sensor, underwater lamp, torpedo and harpoon firing systems and high-visibility deep pressure safe glass. There is also provision for equipment such as guns, knives, computer briefcases and spare SCUBA and breathing apparatus. Any Agent should be quite at home in this state of the art sub! Stealth Submarine by mjfirefly, on Flickr Dive! Dive! Dive! by mjfirefly, on Flickr Close up of Propeller and Quiet Propulsion System by mjfirefly, on Flickr Smart Torpedo Away! by mjfirefly, on Flickr Harpoon Fired! Also note Night Vision System and Underwater Light by mjfirefly, on Flickr Close Up of interioir space for SCUBA, Communications Centre, Weapons etc. by mjfirefly, on Flickr
  23. Here is my entry for the End of the World building drive. I enjoyed building it and hopefully we all survive to see who wins the contest. Looks like God, Death, and the Mayans have a hand in saving this guy! Definitely a sign of the apocalypse if he's here... Well, it's nice to know somebody actually cares about saving the world I hope you enjoy it and best of luck to everyone entering!
  24. Secret agents Ethan Reid and Benji MacWallace plot their perfect plan, but they face perilous pitfalls. Will it work? Thanks for watching!