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  1. byMartin

    Bag End

    Hobbit - for me this was always one of the best story and somehow part of my childhood. Not really surprisingly, I wanted to start my own LEGO replica of the Bag End for some time already. Unfortunately, I still do not have enough bricks, so for now at least a digital model :) Consider this as a draft without full details - those will be added later into the real model. Hope you will like the first room... martin Full Album
  2. Hello everybody Yesterday I finally finished building my latest MOC so far - it shows "The Green Dragon" in the Shire, which is a Inn in Hobbiton. After I saw the fantastic Sandyman´s Mill MOC from TheBrickAvenger two years ago ( ) I really wanted to build the Green Dragon (which lies next to the Sandyman´s Mill in the Lord of the Rings movies) once in a similar style. The Green Dragon by Balbo ., auf Flickr I hope you like it
  3. Covenant84

    Bag End Moc (ish)

    Hi all. Fist attempt at a large MOC, 2nd since getting into the afol community. I'd made a tree (larger than the one used here) and brother joked it would look good on bag end, then saw a youtube video of someone who had stretched the original set to fit all the dwarves. So here's my attempt. It's made mostly from two unexpected gathering sets with some other bits thrown in for good measure. I have all the minifigs still to build. C&C welcome. Haven't quite the bit to 'smooth' out the walls so there's the odd random bricks but I have tried to disguise these. All in all it's taken a week to build around work and family commitments. I guess 12-15 hours. Enjoy.
  4. Lego-Freak_1996

    Hill technique (BAG ENG roof)

    Hello, I'm working on the Bag End of the Hobbit. It's a hugh building with all rooms and lots of details the only thing what is missing is the hill underneath and on top of the hobbit hole. Could some one give me some tips for techniques how to build a smooth hill? After I finished with my building I'll share my building on Flickr and ,of cause, here ;) Hope you can give me a hand! Best regards Lego-Freak
  5. -DoNe-

    Lego Bag End [MOC]

    So this my version of bag end! Now despite the "size" of it this actually have in between 2500-3500 parts! (it is veru heavy). It features full interior wich will be shown in the collages I have uploaded (note: the photos in the collages will be edited I just needed to get this up as quick as possible). Hope you like it!
  6. A while ago I started making unique weapons for Thorin's Company. These then got boxed up when I went to uni, and now I'm back for summer I'm getting round to finishing them off. First up is Orcrist, the Goblin-Cleaver. For this I used a silver ninja sword, blu tack and glue. It was supposed to just be a preliminary version, but I quite liked it. It's a bit untidy and needs work, but I thought it was okay for a mk1 :) And alongside Bilbo and Gandalf. I can't remember what piece i used for Glamdring except it was an unofficial piece I probably bought from firestartoys. Also, a shot of twelve Dwarves feasting in Bag End. And finally, I am looking for someone to share in an adventure.
  7. It took a team of 12 model shop employees 3,000 hours to build this life size model of the LEGO Bag End set. In addition to containing over 2 million 1×1 bricks this model has working lights in the fireplace and over the bookstand as well as a chimney that really smokes!