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Found 16 results

  1. Tracytron54321

    Techniques for receded guns?

    What I mean is, for example how on some Batmobiles (Notably the 1989 version) and the 1989 Batwing, as well as the Delta-7B Aethersprite-class light interceptor from Star Wars or the machine guns on modern fighter jets, the guns are receded/receding into the hull. Has anyone figured out any kind of techniques to try to replicate that?
  2. danstraindepot

    Batcave MOC

    Here is our LEGO Batcave. I realize there have been many amazing Batcave MOCS, but I wanted to give it a go anyhow. This is about 2 months of my LEGO building time. Lights are from Brickstuff. The biggest building challenge, besides the pure size, was to try to have decent rock work, and lots of different angles going on. Not sure the photos do that justice, but I was pretty happy with the overall result. I drew inspiration from some other MOC's I a have seen, and various incarnations of the Batcave in the comics. Also I have some minor homages to the previous LEGO Batcaves worked in, the Sewer from the first one, some of the details from the new Classic Batcave, and ..... very little I suppose from the 6860 set. I tried to go for a 'working' Batcave. Something with labs, work-spaces, etc. The wood section is supposed to be a leftover from the original foundation which was simply built up around. And I thought it was nice to add a little different color visually. There is a working elevator to an updated Wayne Manor that sits directly above the Batcave, I'll be adding photos of that soon. BCwlights by Dan Glasure, on Flickr BCBats by Dan Glasure, on Flickr BCNightwing by Dan Glasure, on Flickr BCWorkArea by Dan Glasure, on Flickr BCBatcomputer2 by Dan Glasure, on Flickr <p>If you want to see more photos, please check out my FLICKR album:
  3. Bricks Feeder

    [MOC] Arkham Asylum Batwing

    I show you my MOC of the Batwing from the Arkham Asylum Video game. This MOC has 429 pieces. Let me know what you think about this MOC! :) Tell me which one would you like to see next time or tell me what you want me to build! Special Thanks to Lucas / The Incinerator14 (https://www.flickr.com/photos/theincinerators) for the advice and his kindness! I credit Giulio Manuelli too (http://www.moc-pages.com/home.php/102785). He made an Arkham Asylum Batwing too but 4 years before mine. Although similar, I didn't copy his design. It's just a big coincidence but by respect, I credit him! :) The Display is highly inspired by the MOC of Outer Rim Emperor. Arkham Asylum Batwing instructions (PDF) 5 euros on my website : https://bricksfeeder.wixsite.com/bricksfeeder/dc-comics Display Instructions (free LDD File) : https://bricksfeeder.wixsite.com/bricksfeeder/dc-comics Parts list on Rebrickable : Display : https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-1253... Batwing : https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-12542/BricksFeeder/arkham-asylum-batwing If you have a problem to purchase my building instructions on my website, Don't hesitate to send me an e-mail or to contact me by Facebook! Keep on building ! You can see my other topics about my MOCs: TIE Fighter (SW Rebels Design) ITT TIE Advanced Prototype A-Wing (McQuarrie / SW Rebels Design) Batman's Batmech Speeder Bike 614-AVA Peugeot Spinner From Blade Runner 2049 Rebirth Batmobile TAS Batmobile
  4. spirogero

    [MOC] Batwing emerges

    Batwing takes off from its underground base, over the lake, on a retractable launch pad: 2 by Spiros Geropoulos, on Flickr More on FlickR. 32x32 studs.23 cm high, 900 parts approx.
  5. TheBrickBuilder14

    [MOC] Vehicles from the Asylum

    One thing that I really liked about the Batman Arkham games (especially Asylum and City) was how they designed the costumes/vehicles. They truly managed to strike an excellent balance between realistic and comic-bookiness. I have already recreated the Arkham Asylum Batmobile in Lego and it still maintains to be one of my favourite Batmobiles to date. I however also wanted to give the Batwing from that same game a go. Now I am not one for building planes, never really done so, so to create such a unique looking vehicle was challenging but fun. Am I 100% satisfied with how it turned out? No, probably not but I managed to make it as accurate as possible as I could without making it unstable + it also had to fit a minifigure (which it can :)). So now I am presenting you; Vehicles from Arkham; my Asylum Batmobile with some new modifications and the Batwing from the same video game Arkham Asylum, I hope you enjoy. Here are some shots of the two vehicles, as you can see they go pretty well together. Now lets take a closer look at the Batwing by itself; As you can see it can easily fit a Batman figure with big cowl. Now lets take a look at the redesigned Asylum Batmobile; The rear is where most of the modifications took place, after seeing some more shots of the real thing I realized how inaccurate my previous version actually was so with this one I hope to correct that. As you can see, this one can also easily fit a Batman figure with big cowl. One final shot of the dark knight with his new tools of Justice. I truly hoped that you enjoyed these little builds of mine, feedback is as always greatly appreciated. Have a nice day :)
  6. Now a Lego Cuusoo Project! Please Support by voting at: Tumbler & Bat Pod LEGO Ideas Page The Bat LEGO Ideas Page Updated the Cover image for my Cuusoo Page to include the Minifigs Added the Minifigures that can be included with the set, designed to be movie accurate of course.From Left to Right: Lt. James Gordon, Henri Ducard, Batman Begins Suit, Ra's al Ghul, Joker, Scarecrow & Two Face From Left to Right: Selina Kyle, Dark Knight Suit, Lucius Fox, Merinda Tate & John Blake These are my renditions of the Tumbler, Bat Pod & The Bat reproduce with lego bricks in 2 seaters minifig scale and staying as close to the original movie design as best I can.It was great challenge building a movie accurate Tumbler as many of the surfaces are angled, not particularly easy with lego bricks that generally connects at right angle. It was even more challenging to build a movie accurate Bat Pod in minifig scale, as the original vehicle was designed to fit a normal human proportion!Tumbler measures at 19cm(L) x 12cm(W)Bat Pod measures at 16cm(L) x 4cm(W)The Bat measures about 31cm(L)x20cm(W)x13cm(H) This is by far the hardest to build among all 3 Dark Knight vehicles due to its front heavy structure and angular design, not to mention overly complicated flaps and rudders system. The interior of Tumbler & The Bat fits 2 minifigs sitting upright. Original vehicles designs and proportions recreated in minifig scale. Every vehicles details faithfully replicated and all flaps movable. Bat Pod comes with an EMP Gun holder and the wheels rotates. Details of the underside, with rotatable rotors and movable flaps.Thanks for viewing, please help support the project! Tumbler & Bat Pod LEGO Ideas Page The Bat LEGO Ideas Page
  7. r5-j2

    (MOC)...The Bat-Wing

    I found I had a lot of grey, black and yellow bricks ,so I used some of them up on this beastie.....( sorry about the back-ground ;all I could find that was white was an old piece of card-board ) Kenny. IMG_2292 by kenny burns, on Flickr IMG_2288 by kenny burns, on Flickr IMG_2300 by kenny burns, on Flickr IMG_2304 by kenny burns, on Flickr
  8. UPDATE - 9th of August - INSTRUCTIONS are ready for you: http://brickmasta.sinful.at/?page_id=54 UPDATE - 21st July - Working on the instructions is close to the finish... WIP - Instructions by Brickmasta on Flickr UPDATE - FINISHED on 22nd of April The Batwing - Front by Brickmasta on Flickr See the Album with details and more: https://www.flickr.c...th/13973416094/ ----------------------------------- I would like to present my current WIP to you all and love to get some feedback on it As soon as I saw the first Trailer for "The Lego Movie" I was in shock... a childhood dream coming true. With so many awesome creations in it. And one was standing out the first time I saw it: "The Batwing". I immediately knew that I needed to build this asap. Even though I just came back out of the dark ages by end of last year and was very fresh to all the building processes, parts and stuff... I thought It can't be that hard with having the model right in front of me on the screen. But it wouldn't be as easy as I thought... I researched all the internet for more pictures / trailers, fortunately there was more released with special scenes and stuff for this Batwing. I did frame by frame analysis and took a whole lot of screenshots, scratching my head how and where to start. I had the best material of one of the turbines, so I just got to work on one of those! But then I was kind of lost... not enough details, not enough shots of the Batwing. And then somebody on Flickr linked me a video to the Lego Movie Videogame. Woah! There was actually a building process you could unlock in there for it. I had to get the game, started gaming until I was able to unlock this plan and rebuild it over and over to see how they did it. And got to the point where I finally started with one of the wings! The Batwing - WIP #003 by Brickmasta at Flickr And the first challenge occured and I knew it would not be that simple / as easy as I hoped. The wing consists of 4 sections. And each section basically just featured 1 connector, making the whole wing completely unstable, bending and nearly breaking apart. That did not look good. So I got to understand that I won't be able to do a 1:1 true copy of it. The physics in the movie and the videogame are just easier / different because there is no real physics So I got to work again and tried and tried and thought and planned... and found a solution! First step was to double and exchange the connections for each section: The Batwing - WIP #004 by Brickmasta at Flickr But that was not quite enough and after some more thinking I had another idea, so I took the shot and gave the second wing a try with new elements in it and a stabilizer under the wing, connecting the sections and holding them together... and it worked out! "The Batwing" is going to be huge...! That is my progress so far. I am now starting to work on the cockpit and will try out the connections from wing to cockpit asap because I have a feeling they also won't hold up that good... each wing weighs around 260gr wich is around 0,6 pounds. That is quite a lot to be held together by slim Lego connectors. Lets see how this will work out then Let me know what you think! Appreciate every comment and input
  9. The visual language is inspired by the '30446 - The Batmobile' ploybag. Mini Batwing by Adeel Zubair, on Flickr Feedback and criticism is much appreciated. Adeel
  10. This is the second iteration of "The Bat" that I built. It features an opening cockpit, room for 2 minifigs, movable engine pods, moving rear flaps, and spinning propellers. The most challenging aspect of designing and building it was trying to capture the shape of all the panels on the top and rear of the vehicle.
  11. penpen2012

    Batwing 360

    BATWING 360 is a homage to the 1989 BATMAN Batwing with a few modifications. It's a two seater plane with an easy canopy access. The 360 name comes from the fact that the wings can rotate 360 degrees on its axis. Aside from that, said wings can flip up or down 90 degrees. All these allow for a variety of display or play set ups. This is my second build. Your opinions, suggestions and comments are most welcome. Thanks and Happy Building. more pictures on this link https://ideas.lego.com/projects/135499
  12. Barahir1401

    MOC Batwing

    Hi all, I've tried to recreate a Batwing that has a bit of the gothic, industrial heavy duty look & feel just like the iconic '89 Batmobile or the Batwing of the same movie. You'll find large missile launchers under the wings, a heavy turbine that catapults the aircraft forward, and when viewed from above or below it gives us that shape we're all familiar with... More on https://flic.kr/s/aHskhpzBR3 Enjoy :-)
  13. Hi guys, I've just uploaded the instructions for my custom batwing, here are some pics and link to the video, please let me know what do you think about it : )
  14. DustyBricks

    [MOC] Batwing

    This my latest MOC: Batman's Batwing! 1. Batwing by [DustyBricks], on Flickr 2. Side by [DustyBricks], on Flickr 3. Top by [DustyBricks], on Flickr 4. Back by [DustyBricks], on Flickr 5. Doors and Cable by [DustyBricks], on Flickr Landing Gear Retracted by [DustyBricks], on Flickr It has opening doors in the back, a cable, retractable landing gear and a comfortable cockpit that can fit one Batman, cape and all! I also tried to build it so that the plane resembles the batsignal from a bird's-eye-view. Enjoy!
  15. I decided to take a stab at the Batwing with my favorite Tron color scheme. Here is what I came up with. https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/128866203@N08/15365162154/ https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/128866203@N08/15800024298/ https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/128866203@N08/15801418299/ https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/128866203@N08/15801692927/ https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/128866203@N08/15961659636/ https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/128866203@N08/15801696777/ Overall, fairly pleased with how it turned out. Definitely the most ambitious build for me yet as I was essentially winging it as I was building with no real blueprints other than some images of the Lego Movie Batwing. Not 100% satisfied with the rear. Anyone have any part recommendations for a rear turbine that will hold the flames? The piece I originally wanted to use would not accommodate multiple flames so I opted for the back wheel of Wildstyle's motor cycle. The weight of the wings was the most challenging aspect as I had to design and re-design a few times on a trial and error basis to build a base that supported the wing assembly. Thanks for looking.
  16. Hi Everyone, I would like to present my latest version of the Batcave I've been building for some time. As I'm planning to upload the instructions for all the bat vehicles (and one nightwing bike) feel free to tell me wich one would you like to get first.