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  1. Back again with another 8 studder, this one being the VW bus featured in the BBC sitcom "The Cleaner", starring Greg Davies. Complete with crime scene clean up kit in the back, accurate decals, and a plethora of SNOT techniques, the free instructions can be downloaded on Rebrickable One of my personal gripes with other LEGO models I've seen with rear wheel spats or "fender skirts" for the americans, is that the rear wheels are recessed by a non insignificant amount compared to the front wheels. My primary aim was to ameliorate this by means of using the half-stud thick panel piece mounted upside-down. Thus, the front and rear wheels are collinear, without sitting too far into the arches. Full photoshoot on my Bricksafe
  2. Hi everyone! I am Angle, a new member from Macau. I'd like to share my latest MOC - the modular building version of 221B Baker Street from Sherlock (BBC). This model is inspired by Sherlock - a BBC drama TV series based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous Sherlock Holmes detective stories. The building exterior is based on the combination of North Gower Street, which is “Baker Street” in the drama and the Sherlock Holmes Museum in London. The interior is decorated with completed furniture to recreate scenes in the drama. In order to increase playability, the model is hinged in a few places. You can either separate it level by level liked any other modular buildings, or just separate it in the middle liked a dollhouse. The model is constructed on a 32 X 32 baseplate. No stickers is applied. Ground Floor : Speedy’s Sandwich Bar & Cafe, The entrance & corridor of 221B, Mrs Hudson’s kitchen The counter and dining area is based on photos of Speedy’s sandwich bar & cafe I searched from the internet. The toilet, kitchen and storage room are all by my imagination. According to the floor plan I got from the internet, Mrs Hudson’s apartment should be on the ground floor just behind the cafe. However, in order to place the whole building onto a 32 X 32 base plate, I kept the kitchen on this floor but had to move her apartment to the second floor . First Floor : John & Sherlock’s living room, kitchen, Sherlock’s bathroom & bedroom This floor is mostly based on the amazing 360° google map of the 221B interior setting in the drama. Sherlock‘s bedroom was moved from the back to the right-front, for the same reason of Mrs Hudson’s apartment. Some easter eggs such as sherlock’s experiment material(s), the yellow spray paint and the persian slipper are hidden in this messy scene. Second Floor : John ’s bedroom & toilet, Mrs Hudson’s living room & bathroom Unfortunately, John’s bedroom and Mrs Hudson’s apartment were always behind the scene, so this floor is completely based on my imagination. John and Mrs Hudson can access to their own private space through separated door-gates. Mrs Hudson’s bedroom is mainly decorated in light purple. (According to the clothes and accessories she wears in the drama, I guess she is a fan of this colour.) Although no kitchen is at this floor, there is an electric stove for her to make tea. Roof : Mrs Hudson’s roof garden I made a small garden for Mrs Hudson to plant her flowers and vegetables. I am pretty sure Sherlock will frequently "help fertilizing" them after finishing his experiments. Minifigures: At this moment I only finished 4 minifigures :Sherlock, John, Mrs Hudson and Mycroft. All minifigures are created from official minifigure parts. Other characters will be completed at the following updates. LEGO IDEAS: I've submitted this model as a LEGO IDEA project. To everyone who likes this model, I would be very grateful if you can head forward to the following link to give this model your support. 221B Baker Street from Sherlock (BBC)
  3. Presenting my LEGO Architecture interpretation of Caerphilly Castle; a commissioned model for Cadw with Little Big Art. I’ve captured and replicated the architectural essence of Caerphilly Castle, such as the iconic leaning tower and the ruins across the landmark. The structure is designed to provide a true-to-life colour and relative scale depiction adding an extra dimension and feel of authenticity to this detailed recreation of Wales’ biggest castle! Caerphilly Castle by Adeel Zubair, on Flickr Caerphilly Castle by Adeel Zubair, on Flickr Caerphilly Castle by Adeel Zubair, on Flickr Full Gallery: Highlights: -Blogged On -Blogged On -Blogged On http://www.walesonli...s-like-11798081 -LEGO Ideas Feedback and criticism is much appreciated. Adeel ______________________________________________ Follow Me On... Facebook - Flickr - Instagram - Deviantart - Twitter - Youtube -
  4. I have finaly finished my lego Starbug from the British TV show Red Dwarf, It has taken over 5 years and you can see more photos on my flickr account of the detailed and playable interior. Starbug 1 by Patrick Gregory, on Flickr
  5. At the end of tonight's Newsnight on BBC2, there was a fan LEGO cartoon! It was pretty well done. If you're in the UK, you should be able to catch it soon on iPlayer. You might also be able to see it on BBC America - I'm not sure. Elsewhere, you'll probably need a proxy server.
  6. FinalFeature

    Doctor Who Daleks of Doom

    When will those silly Daleks learn not to mess with the Doctor? Especially if the Doctor is a Scottish one. Directed, Animated, Written, and Music Composed by Tristan Kilmer Starring Tristan Kilmer as the Doctor and Daleks #1 and #2 Thanks for watching!
  7. "The game is on!" Check out the whole scene here! A collaboration between the amazing Hacim Bricks and myself. A few months ago I was approached by the Canadian National Exhibition to do a piece for their Sherlock Exhibit. Luckily Micah and I both happened to be huge fans of the BBC Series so we ended up doing a collab together! Enjoy! . Logo. "come on John, the game is afoot!" Sherlock, and all related names, images, etc. are property of the British Broadcasting Corporation. All rights reserved. Also thanks to my friend Yehezkel for letting me borrow his camera for the photos ^_^
  8. Hi there, Here are some photos of my newest model I displayed at BrickFair VA this past weekend, a diorama depicting the set of the classic BBC Two sitcom Fawlty Towers. The hall tree with dual umbrella stands in the vestibule at the back of this photo can be seen in better detail here. Here's another shot from the con showing the reception desk, the fire bell, and the moose head with a broken antler. Here's a work-in-progress picture showing an alternate corbel design in light grey and some of the winder stairs. Here's what the whole diorama looked like from the front sitting on the table, which provides another view of the staircase. I plan to modify this and post another set of photos once I get some parts I don't yet own and will maybe even build the upstairs or exterior. Thanks for looking, Nathan
  9. Fithboy

    Sonic Screwdriver Mark V

    Doctor Who's infamous all purpose tool, recreated in Lego. This version was used by the ninth and tenth Doctors More photos on my Flickr: Enjoy :)
  10. jamesed_1971

    LDD Moc Blake's 7 Scorpio Spaceship

    Hi, over the last two years I have been designing a new Lego spaceship in LDD 4.3, the Lego model is based on Scorpio from Blake's 7 which was a British Science Fiction series which ran from 1978 to 1981, due to the limits of Lego It is a 80 % accurate, the roof lifts off to reveal the hidden flight deck. The model is 163 studs long, 70 studs wide, 42 studs high ( 50 inches long, 22 inches wide, 12 inches high ), and has 11,981 pieces of Lego Currently redesigning the LDD Lego Scorpio Model to use less slopes and more SNOT Techniques. A side view of Scorpio A rear side view of Scorpio showing the engines The rear of Scorpio, with the two engines The Original Scorpio Model made for the Blake's 7 Series The View behind the transparent Lego revealing the mounting sockets for the custom light units which will be fitted into the built model View of the hidden apartment for the battary box, wiring and the two push to make switches The Front of the custom Lego Switches Rear view of the custom Lego Switch which two small push to make switches will be glued on to the bricks Side view of the Lego Scorpio View of main hatch closed View of main hatch open A view of one of the three weapon systems, with the other twin on the other side of the ship View of the Lego LDD Scorpio legs down View of the Lego LDD Scorpio legs up A view of the third weapon mounted under the hull of Scorpio A view of the top of the LDD Lego Scorpio A close view of the Radar Dish on the Lego LDD Scorpio A another view of the original Model of Scorpio for the Blake's 7 series Scorpio in Space A view of the flight deck with some stair which lead to the upper area and the entrance hatch A view of the flight deck in the Lego LDD Scorpio including the teleport area and front screen The flight deck of Scorpio from Blake's 7 A another view of the flight deck of Scorpio from Blake's 7 A view of the flight deck inside the Scorpio showing Slave (Scorpio's Ship Computer) and some of the middle section of the flight deck A view showing Slave (Scorpio's Ship Computer) Lego Clip Guns ( Chromed Star Wars Blasters), When I start building Scorpio enventually I will custom alter the Blasters to resemble Blake's 7 Clip Guns Blake's 7 Clip Guns View of the Lego Minifigure version of Vila, which will be a custom painted Minfigure View of Vila on Scorpio played by Michael Keating View of the Lego Minifigure version of Dayna, which will be a custom painted Minfigure View of Dayna on Scorpio played by Josette Simon View of the Lego Minifigure version of Soolin, which will be a custom painted Minfigure View of Soolin on Scorpio played by Glynis Barber View of the Lego Minifigure version of Tarrant, which will be a custom painted Minfigure View of Tarrent on Scorpio played by Steven Pacey View of the Lego Minifigure version of Avon, which will be a custom painted Minfigure View of Avon on Scorpio played by Paul Darrow View of Lego version of Orac (Super Computer) Orac in Blake's 7 The assembled Minifigure crew of Scorpio Close up of the LDD Lego Scorpio Crew The crew of Scopio in Blake's 7 The yellow stripe added to the LDD Lego Scorpio One of the recesses showing some pipes Just finished the rebuild of the new version of my LDD Lego Blake's 7 Scorpio Model, so far the rebuild includes just the front section A front view of the rebuilt front section of the LDD Lego Blake's 7 Scorpio A back view of the rebuilt front section of the LDD Lego Blake's 7 Scorpio