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  1. The Fellowship Of The Ring™ BrickHeadz Collection (LOTR Product Concept) By Rui Miguel “Nine companions. So be it. You shall be the Fellowship of the Ring” When I heard the news from Promobricks of the possible revival of The Lord Of The Rings LEGO Theme, I was like: “One does not simply revive LEGO LOTR” and I thrilled if this turns out to be true. So during the past 2 weeks, I set myself the challenge to reimagine the Fellowship into BrickHeadz scale. I divided them into three different sets: the idea is to make that iconic silhouette when they are traveling and headed to Mordor. I think that would look cool to display, play and worthy of our collections. A little about the process: I use the piece count from Harry Potter BrickHeadz as an indicator of how many pieces I could use, to make it as realistic as an official release. But I must confess I feel like I cheated this time because I used certain parts in which the color has not been released yet and a lot of printed pieces. If Frodo and Gandalf BrickHeadz are coming next year in January I wonder if the LEGO design team used on their versions any of these parts in these new colors. Can’t wait for 2023! Hope you enjoy my take on these BrickHeadz 😉 Gandalf™, Frodo™ & Legolas™ Aragorn™, Merry™ & Gimli™ Bill, Samwise™, Peppin™ & Boromir™ UPDATE: The Witch-king Of Angmar Brickheadz (Product concept): here One Brick To Rule Them All If you haven't, check out my other projects Star Wars Utapau Defense Star Wars ROTJ 40th Anniversary TIE Interceptor MARVEL SDCC Exclusive Ghost Rider Midnight Race
  2. Hello Lego-Whovians! I've started watching the classic Who episodes and decided to design new Brickheadz figure for each new Doctor I encounter. So, here are the William Hartnell's First and Patrick Troughton's Second Doctors in this cute cubical form. The final design was achieved through a dozen of prototypes with a help of a really useful program Here are the early prototypes of the figures. You may easily spot the changes I've made later. The First Doctor Made in B&W (and shade of grey) as TV shows back then were not so colorful as nowadays. He has his walking stick, scarf and hat for the Tenth Planet. Numerous slopes are used to show his flowing white hair. One of the hardest part was making his checkered pants. Figure also has rounded cheeks to make his face less standart. The Second Doctor Also in Black&White. Has hes flute-recorder, bowtie and a handkerchief in a pocket. You may notice that I had to use the old dark grey to make his striped pants. Quarter-round tiles are used to make his angry browa for a more recognizable face. As the models were made in, I've made instructions for them too, links are here if you need them:
  3. The Witch-King of Angmar™ & Fellbeast™ BrickHeadz (LOTR Product Concept) By Rui Miguel “Do not come between the Nazgul and his prey” Shortly after I finish my Fellowship collection it bother me I couldn’t produce them in physical form or bring you another of my creations. So I decided to make one more character but with 4 parameters: 1 – No new printed elements 2 – Only available colors 3 – No rare parts 4 – Under 400 pieces At first, it crossed my mind to make a Balrog but then again LEGO is already making one… So I skipped. Treebeard was on the table of ideas too but I ended up doing the Witch-King of Angmar. It’s a villain with a badass design and a very iconic look. But what close the deal for me was the piece 65473 that had the perfect shape for a neck of a Fellbeast dragon and I think I haven’t seen a MOC of these characters in BrickHeadz form. The final result, I present here 😉 Hope you like it. My goal again was to deliver a LEGO experience that could resemble the product standards of LEGO official products, from packaging, LEGO model and building experience. Beneath I share the PDF files of the building instructions for this set I made. I also added the Bricklink studio file of the model so you can upload to Bricklink and generate a wanted list of the LEGO parts needed to order. If you have the opportunity to build for yourself hope you have a fun time building, playing and displaying into your collection. A SMALL NOTE: If you consider building the Fellbeast be aware to build the stand as well, because de stand counter weighs the weight of the Fellbeast’s head, preventing it from falling forward. 😊 Download Links (Google Drive): PDF Building Instructions: Book 1 - Stand (4.2 MB) here Book 2 - Witch-king Of Angmar (5.8MB) here Book 3 - Fellbeast (7 MB) - here Bricklink Studio file (338 KB) - here Features: - 348 pcs (2 figures and 1 stand) - Removable and playable - Rotating Stand display One Brick To Rule Them All! If you haven't, check out my other projects posted LOTR The Fellowship Of The Ring Brickheadz Collection Star Wars TIE Interceptor™ ROTJ 40th Anniversary Star Wars Utapau™ Defense MARVEL Ghost Rider Midnight Race
  4. Batman™ The Animated Series BrickHeadz (Product Concept) By Rui Miguel “Does the hurt ever go away?” - Dick Grayson “I wish I could say yes. But it will get better in time for you. That I promise” - Bruce Wayne This LEGO Brickheadz concept is a homage to the amazing Kevin Conroy. A way to bring Batman: The Animated Series to our hearts in LEGO and remembering the eternal voice of Kevin. Every time I look at this project I will hear his Batman voice. Thank you Kevin Conroy for all the moments and lessons you shared with the world. You will be deeply missed but never forgotten. Rest in peace Dark Knight. In here you’ll find the PDF files of the building instructions. Its four separable books fit for multi-person building experience. I have also added the Bricklink studio file of the model so you can upload to Bricklink and generate a wanted list of the LEGO parts needed to order. Download Link (Google Drive): Building Instructions | Printed Parts PNGs | Studio File - Here Book 1 Catwoman (5.4 MB) Book 2 Batman (6.1 MB) Book 3 The Joker (6.1 MB) Book 4 Harley Quinn (5.5 MB) Bricklink Studio file (249 KB) Features: - 496 pcs/pzs (4 figures and 4 stands) - Removable and playable If you have the opportunity to build for yourself, hope you have a fun time building, playing and displaying. If you are a Kevin Conroy’s Batman fan like me I hope this brings you consolidation and remembrance of him.
  5. A friend on Facebook was lamenting the lack of a Sweetums minifigure as part of the new CMF line. I observed that Sweetums is so big relative to the other muppets that the scale would be way off, so I proposed this Brickheadz-inspired version instead. Just a Studio render, but entirely buildable in real life! And of course, as long we have Sweetums, why not Thog? Sticking to available colors was a challenge -- but of course, it's just not Thog without the adjustable ears! And together for scale...
  6. Hello, folks! Without long introduction - here are all my brickheadz so far (more than half are new, others - you could see them, but they have been slightly reworked). Note for mobile users - there will be many pics to load for your device. All building instructions are free. I'll add some comments by the way, but pics should do better :) 1) Newlyweds - kinetic model Animation (it may take some time to load): What is love? Baby don't h.. Hm, that's not what should have been said :) This couple celebrates their marriage with great dance. By the way, almost 22000 ukrainian couples got married since the beginning of the war in Ukraine. Love and peace will win! This model is driven manually by rotating a gear in back of the stand and can be motorised if you connect any motor you have to it. Given that the stand, groom and bride are separate models that work together, you can re-insert the bride and groom to make them rotate in the range you want. It also means you can use this stand to make your own brickheads "dance" as long as they have similar structure (all internal mechanics). Free building instruction: Rebrickable 2) Ukrainians A brave cossack; his younger brother; beatiful girl - they all can be the symbols of Ukraine. Let's take a closer look: This brave cossack has an earring in the left ear. Years ago it meant he was the one and only son of his mother. He wears traditional cossack pants - "sharovary" and traditional shirt - "vishivanka". Also, his hairstyle is called "oseledets" or "chub". Animation: Young girl. She also wears traditional combination of jacket and an embroidered skirt. Her flower wreath with colored ribbons is a symbol of youth and girlhood. Animation: Baby cossack - a symbol of ukrainian kids. Animation: Free buiding instructions: Rebrickable 3) Iron man with glow effect Animation: To use him as a pocket defender or just as a nightlight - it's up to you) It's a rework of set #41604, if you already have it - that's at least 40% of needed parts. You can use any PF-compatible power source to make it glow (such as 8881, 88000, 8878 and others). Free building instruction: Rebrickable 4) Ghost rider with glow effect Animation (without a chain): When it's cold, when it's dark, when there is no hope... Here is our hero - he brings light, warmth and hope for better times! You can use any PF-compatible power source to make it glow (such as 8881, 88000, 8878 and others). Free building instruction: Rebrickable 5) Polar four It's not just a company of polar habitants - it's a family: dad, mom, son and a cute bear cub in a sweater that, I bet, behaves and is perceived as a second son :) Animation: Animation: Animation: Animation: Also, you can build a silmplier and less parts-hungry version of a bear cub (without embroidery on the sweater): Free building instructions: Rebrickable 6) Popeye the Sailor Animation: Give this guy a spinach - and he will do an impossible! Free building instructions: Rebrickable 7) Athlete Animation: For all the lovers of fitness, dark glasses and pants with stripes :) Free building instructions: Rebrickable 8) Wolverine Animation: Friendly, polite, gentleman - all this is not about him. Strong, incredibly hardy, an excellent fighter - that's him! Now he can be your personal Jesu... bodyguard! :) Free building instructions: Rebrickable 9) Batbaby Animation: I'm sure he will nicely fit into the Batman's universe. Free building instructions: Rebrickable 10) Antique warrior Animation: A brave warrior is ready to protect you! Free building instructions: Rebrickable 11) Lumberman Animation: This guy never worries about the thickness of logs and about your problems. Free building instructions: Rebrickable 12) Kitten Animation: This tiny kitty will love you at first sight! Free building instructions: Rebrickable 13) Kiddy Animation: Just don't take the steering wheel from him and he will be ok!) Free building instructions: Rebrickable 14) Lifesaver Animation: "Ok, I get it. Everything will be fine, don't worry!" - lifesaver. Free building instructions: Rebrickable 15) Buddy Animation: He's a good friend of mine. From now - yours too!) Free building instructions: Rebrickable 16) Leeloo Animation: Free building instructions: Rebrickable 17) Sheriff Animation: “Dude, did you do all this mess in this room? I have questions for you! ”- sheriff. Free building instructions: Rebrickable Thank you for your patience attention! :D
  7. “BUZZ LIGHTYEAR! The world’s greatest super hero now the world’s greatest Brickhead!” That’s right, the toys are back in town as the February 2022 wave of LEGO Brickheadz brings us characters from the Toy Story franchise, and with Buzz getting his very own origin movie this summer, it only makes sense for his Brickhead to get a standalone set. But is this space ranger out of this world or does he fall without style? Let’s take a look and see what all the Buzz is about. To the review… and beyond! Set Number: 40552 Name: Buzz Lightyear Theme: Brickheadz Subtheme: Disney Year of Release: 2022 Ages: 10+ Pieces: 114 Price: £9.99 / $9.99 / 9.99€ Online Shop description: The Box The box features the same branding as the Toy Story 4 sets with the light blue rays in the background, even though it has the generic Toy Story logo, along with the usual LEGO Brickheadz logo and the name and number of the Brickhead at the bottom. The back of the box has a picture of the Bickhead from a slightly different angle that shows that it is detachable from the base as well as pictures of the Woody & Bo Peep Brickheadz. Some pretty blatant cross promotion, but it makes sense. On one side of the box, it has a picture of Buzz from the movies and another set of logos, and on the other side it has some choking hazard warnings. The top of the box features a picture of one of the wing wedge plates for scale while the bottom has some legal info. Contents Inside the box there are three unnumbered bags, a loose 6x6 plate, and the instructions booklet. Instructions The instructions are pretty easy to read and they have a progress bar going across the bottom that shows you how far along you are in the build. This is a new feature that can be found in all instructions this year and is pretty neat. Once you reach the end of the build, There is an explosion of stars behind the illustration to signify the completion of the build. It certainly helps to make the end of the build feel more eventful. And once again we have some more cross promotion with a full page ad for the Woody & Bo Peep set which matches that set’s box art. Notable Parts Like in all Brickheadz sets, all the decorations are printed. Aside from the eyes, there are the wing wedge plates and the command board for Buzz’s chest. The latter is a highly simplified version of Buzz’s chest from the movies. The Star Command logo lacks any detail and both the “Space Ranger” text and the “Lightyear” name in the name tag are missing. This is likely an artistic choice to fit the Brickheadz style, but it feels a bit too overly simplified to me. On the other hand, this makes it a more versatile piece. Especially the wings should be very useful for MOC builders. The Build The build is pretty standard for a Brickhead. One thing to note, though, is that inside Buzz’s torso there are four blue round bricks with silver tips which are meant to represent the Buy’n’Large brand batteries that Buzz has in the movies. Half of them are even placed upside down just like real batteries. These are not accessible once the build is finished, so they are just there as an easter egg. It’s a shame they aren’t printed, but it’s a great unexpected touch all the same! Spare Parts There are several little 1x1 bits left over after the build. Nothing out of the ordinary. The Complete Set After a short build, Buzz is ready to leap to the rescue! He looks fairly accurate, although he is not the most elaborate Brickhead and as I mentioned before, his command board could be more detailed. His face looks very generic as well, but I guess there is not much the designers could have improved about that except maybe if they included that little curl that he has on his chin. Funny enough, the Brickheadz proportions make this representation of Buzz look a lot more like Mini Buzz, the Fun Meal toy version of Buzz from the Toy Story Toons short “Small Fry”. Did I say that the chest is not accurate enough? Well, I take it back because the arms are way worse. The Space Ranger badge on his left arm is simply represented by an unprinted 1x1 tile while the button for the wrist laser on his right arm is lacking any of the markings around it and is offset from the lightbulb. I know that using jumper tiles to center them probably would have made the arm too thick, but maybe they could have used printed tiles instead. Anything would have looked better than this. The color blocking on Buzz’s body is a bit off as well. The plate around his neck should be lime green and so should the back of his feet. Another big problem is evident when you look at Buzz’s back. There is a big gap between the top of the wings and the jet pack. It just looks… what’s the word I’m searching for?… bad. Actually, the word I’m searching for I can’t say because there are preschool toys present. I do like how they designed the jetpack itself however, with the details on the spine and the trans-red showing through the exhausts. However, the real issue with the wings is visible when viewed from the top. They are not two, not three, but FOUR plates thick! They’re about twice as thick as his arms! I doubt Buzz could even fall with style with these things, let alone fly. Years of academy training wasted! On a brighter note, I never noticed until now that modern Brickheadz stands are built to look like a Brickhead face. That’s pretty neat. As you may have noticed, they wings are each attached only by a single clip which means that they can easily be bent back which should not happen. Everything about these wings is just wrong. The reason for all these problems is likely that the wings were meant to be easy to pop off in case you want to display Buzz with his wings folded in. It’s a nice thought that worked well for the Buzz Lightyear minifig, but if you do that here you are left with these awkward clips sticking out of the sides of the jetpack, so even that doesn’t really work. I’m not sure if this is indeed an intentional feature since neither the Shop description nor any of the images on the box or instructions allude to it. Either way, I think they should have either tried to find a better, more permanent design for the wings or omitted them altogether. I suspect that this terrible design must be the work of the evil Emperor Zurg! Here is a picture of the Buzz Lightyear Brickhead MOC that I built 5 years ago for comparison. While it’s certainly not perfect, I think its much better than the official one, especially around the wings. Ratings Design: Well, it does look like Buzz, even if an overly simplified version of him, and the batteries are a nice touch, but it’s definitely losing some points for those awful wings. Build: Fairly standard build for a Brickhead. Playability: You can pop off the wings… yay. Parts: No special or new parts, just a couple of printed ones. Price: Over 114 pieces for $10 make this one of the better valued Brickheadz. Overall: If you know me, you’ll know that Toy Story is one of my all-time favorite franchises and Buzz Lightyear is my favorite Disney character, so I had high hopes for this set, but I’m sad to say that I was let down by it. I know you can’t expect too much with Brickheadz, but I think they could have done a better job than this, especially on his jetpack. It’s a mediocre Brickhead at best, but it does have a decent amount of parts, some of which have some useful prints, so if you don’t have as high standards for a Buzz Lightyear Brickhead as me, it’s not a bad purchase. If you do want to buy it, this set will be released on February 1: Lego Shop (US) Link Thanks for reading through my little rant and thanks to LEGO for sending this set for review. What do you think about this set? Was I too harsh on it? Let me know in the comments and in the poll above. Next, I will take a look at the other Toy Story Brickheadz. Here is a little funny with one of them.
  8. Aside from Buzz Lightyear, we are also getting Brickheadz of his friends Woody and Bo Peep in this wave. If you’ve read my review of the Buzz Lightyear Brickhead, you’ll know that I had some strong opinions about that one, so will this set fare any better? Well, grab your cowboy hat and shepherd staff and let’s find out. Ride like the wind, Bullseye! Set Number: 40553 Name: Woody and Bo Peep Theme: Brickheadz Subtheme: Disney Year of Release: 2022 Ages: 10+ Pieces: 296 Price: £17.99 / $19.99 / 19.99€ Online Shop description: The Box Like the Buzz Brickhead, the box has the same light blue background as the Toy Story 4 sets which is fitting in this case since Bo Peep is based on her appearance in that movie. It also features the LEGO Brickheadz and Toy Story logos and the name and number of both Brickheadz at the bottom. It’s wild to think that there has been over 160 Brickheadz! Interestingly, Lego seems to have sent me North American box version of the set rather than the European version like they did with Buzz as it has the extra info like the set name, number of parts, and the redundant “building toy” text that these boxes have. The back of the box has a picture of Woody and Bo with swapped positions, another that shows them detaching from their bases, and some cross promotion for the Buzz Lightyear set. On one side of the box, it has a picture of Woody and Bo from Toy Story 4 along with another set of logos, and on the other side it has the set name in different languages and some choking hazard warnings. The top of the box uses Woody’s torso tile to show the “actual size” and lists the Brickheadz’s names and numbers again. Buzz’s box didn’t have the name and number, so I wonder if this is because it’s an American box or just because it’s a bigger box with more space to display them. On the bottom of the box there is just some legal and recycling info. Contents Inside the box there are two sets of two bags and two instructions booklet. The bags numbered one are for Woody and the ones numbered two are for Bo. Instructions Like all instructions this year, the ones in this set have a progress bar running along the bottom and show an explosion of stars once you reach the end of the build. Usually the progress indicator is a minifig/doll from the set, but since Brickheadz don’t have minifigs, it’s just a generic blue dot here which is a shame. The instructions are easy to read for the most part, although the reddish brown and dark in Woody’s instructions are a bit hard distinguish. Notable Parts This set has a few more interesting parts than the Buzz set. There is a printed 2x4 tile for each character’s torso. Like Buzz’s, these are a bit simplified with the word “Sheriff” missing from Woody’s badge, but they still look fairly detailed with the fine lines and stitches. I’m not sure how versatile these are outside of this set though. We also get two new recolors in this set: a lasso in dark orange and a 8x8 round tile in reddish brown! These should be very useful for builders. There are also some parts like brackets in rare colors like purple and light blue, but they aren’t exclusive to this set. The Build As you could tell by the bag numbers, Woody is the first Brickhead you build. His build is a bit different from other Brickheadz in that the front part of his torso is built mostly with the studs not on top and the upper half of his head is empty to allow his hat to tilt backward on a hinge. Not only that, but Woody’s got guts - literally! Like his buddy Buzz, his torso is hollow and contains an easter egg in the form of a couple of ice cream scoops which represent the cotton that he is filled with. I feel like the toy repairman from Toy Story 2 as I put the fluff into Woody and put him together. Bo is also a fairly unconventional build since she has a torso tile as well and has a somewhat complex build for her hair and cape. Her build also incorporates more parts, so it takes a bit longer than Woody’s. Sadly, unlike the other two Toy Story Brickheadz, she does not have any fun references hidden in her torso, but that makes sense since she is just made of porcelain. She does, however, have the pink 2x2 brick in her (brick)head that usually represents the brain of a Brickhead. Although that makes you wonder if the toys even have brains? [ I like how Bo’s bow (“Bo-bo-bow-bo-bow!”) is attached at an angle by simply placing it across two studs on the side of her hair. What I don’t like, however, is that the 2x2 corner tile on this side of her hair is a lighter shade of yellow than the other yellow pieces. Thankfully it is mostly covered by the bow in the end, but it’s disappointing to see Lego’s quality control slip like this. Spare Parts There are lots of little bits left over after the build including another dark orange lasso. Yee-haw! The Complete Set Here we have the completed couple in their blocky glory! Woody brandishes the lasso while Bo is holding her iconic shepherd’s crook. They both look good and accurate to their on-screen counterparts. While I don’t mind the torso tiles, I feel like Woody is relying on the printing a bit too much and think that some of those details could have been accomplished with brick-built solutions instead. To show you what I mean, here is a picture of the Woody Brickhead that I built 5 years ago. As you can see, I achieved most of the same torso details without any prints. I like how Woody’s hat is positioned at an angle, giving the impression that he is actually wearing it. I also like how Bo’s cape flows over here shoulders. One thing that doesn’t quite work is how her headband comes down in a wavey line, although I can’t think of a better way they could have accomplished this with current parts. Woody has some clever details on his back such as tooth plates as the knot of his bandana, a life preserver used as the ring for his pull string, and pearl-gold clip plates representing his spurs. I also like how they executed the three little curls of hair that stick out at the back of Bo’s head. Her cape on the other hand could have been done a bit better though I think. The two 1x1 plates stick out and ruin the otherwise smooth look of the cape, and half of the white fringe on the bottom edge seems to be missing. Also, if you look at the cape a certain way, it looks like a goofy purple monster face and once you see it, you can’t unsee it. You’re welcome. On his right leg, Woody carries a brown wedge which nicely represents his empty holster. Bo’s bow looks good too, even if it’s a bit blocky, but I guess it fits with the Brickheadz style. One thing that bugs me about Woody is how his hat is perfectly circular rather than more triangular like in the source material. It makes it look more like a fedora than a cowboy hat. Oh well, at least we got a new part out of it, and this will make it easy to modify his Brickhead into Indiana Jones if you want to. Here they are next to the Buzz Brickhead. The space ranger doesn’t look too bad next to his best friend and his old moving buddy, but he is definitely the least impressive one out of the group. Ratings Design: Very unique and accurate looking Brickheadz with the exception of only a few nitpicks like the over-reliance on printing for the torsos or the shape of Woody’s hat. The cotton is a nice touch. Build: An interesting build that is a bit different from other Brickheadz and gets more challenging towards the end with Bo’s complex hair. Playability: Ironically, these toys are not meant to be played with and are mostly just for display. Parts: A few new recolors, some printed parts, and a few parts in rare colors. Not too shabby. Price: At nearly 300 pieces for only 20 bawk-bawk-bucks, this is a great deal! Overall: You’ve got a friend in these Brickheadz! After the disappointment that was Buzz Lightyear, it was good to see some more effort put into these. Both have a good level of detail and look great on display together. Even if you are not a Toy Story or Brickheadz fan, it’s still worth getting for the parts. You can get this set starting February 1 at the Lego Shop and all Al’s Toy Barn locations. Thank you for reading and thanks to LEGO for sending me this set for review. What do you think about this set? Let me know in the comments and in the poll above. If you haven’t read my review of the Buzz Lightyear Brickhead, you can check it out here. So long, partner.
  9. skcheung

    Squid Game BrickheadZ

    Highly-rated Korean TV series... Not yet watched but its news or still pics flock to my FB... so why not I build my own BrickheadZ? IMG_2354 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_2351 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_2330 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_2325 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr
  10. It has been almost 8 months I didn't post anything here. Often too busy at work and thus I only build during holidays. Here are my new additions to my BrickheadZ horror movie series. Instead of posting them one by one under individual topic, I now post them all at one time. I am afraid there is no more characters which I think worth building. First of all.... Tom/Fox Mask (You're Next) IMG_8119 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Pennywise (IT) IMG_8128 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Mummy (Mummy) IMG_8137 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Billy (Saw) IMG_8171 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Casper (Casper) IMG_0422 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Fisherman (I Know What You Did Last Summer) IMG_0410 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Tomb (Happy Death Day) IMG_0343 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Heather (The Blair Witch Project) IMG_0307 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Tomas (The Orphanage) IMG_0431 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Sam (Trick r' Treat) IMG_0426 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Masked Face (The Strangers) IMG_0875 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Jennet (The Woman in Black) IMG_0878 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Brandon (Brightburn) IMG_1058 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Leprechaun (Leprechaun) IMG_1046 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Dr. Griffin (The Invisible Man, 1933) IMG_1035 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr The whole series has just been displayed in the Hong Kong Brick Fiesta which was held on August 13-14. Here is a picture of all of them, enjoy. BrickheadZ_all by skcheung730, 於 Flickr If you want to see more pictures of my BrickheadZ series, please come to my brickpage:
  11. LegoGuy03

    My Lego BrickHeadz MOCs

    Hello everyone! For a long time, I've been into the recent BrickHeadz theme as well as the BrickHeadz MOCs people have made over the years. And here are just some of the BrickHeadz MOCs that I have made over the past two years. Mine are a lot more based on more video games and anime series (with a few exceptions) rather than, say, superheroes and movies. Keep in mind that if the pictures seem inconsistent such as with the camera angle or different kinds of background, it is because I made these over a long period of time. One could be from months ago while the other ones were made more recently. I hope that you like what you see here! 1. Frisk & Sans from Undertale 2. Scott Pilgrim & Ramona Flowers from Scott Pilgrim vs. The World 3. Joker & Morgana from Persona 5 4. Kazuma & Aqua from KonoSuba 5. Terry Bogard & Geese Howard from Fatal Fury 6. Edelgard & Female Byleth from Fire Emblem: Three Houses 7. Jotaro Kujo & DIO from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure 8. Neptune & Noire from Hyperdimension Neptunia 9. Megumin & Darkness from KonoSuba 10. Male Byleth & Sothis from Fire Emblem: Three Houses 11. Hatsune Miku 12. Banjo & Kazooie & Gruntila from Banjo-Kazooie 13. The Luminary & The Slime from Dragon Quest 14. Twilight Sparkle & Rainbow Dash from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic 15. Beavis & Butt-Head 16. Mario & Luigi...from the Super Mario Bros Movie 17. Greg Heffley & Rowley Jefferson from Diary of a Wimpy Kid 18. Miss Kobayashi & Tohru from Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid 19. Monokuma & Makoto Naegi from Danganronpa 20. Rhett & Link from Good Mythical Morning These are just a handful of BrickHeadz I made! I'm planning on showing a lot more in this thread! Thanks for looking!
  12. Moaning Myrtle is a fictional character of Harry Potter: a ghost that haunts the first-floor girls' lavatory at Hogwarts. She died while a student at Hogwarts probably in 1943. She then hid in the girls' lavatory and she loved to flirt Harry. "Harry, if you die down there, you're welcome to share my toilet." IMG_1516 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_1515 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_1634 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_1619 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_1644 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_1642 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_1536 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr
  13. You better watch out You better not cry Better not put I'm telling you why Skellington is coming to town IMG_4726_new by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_4725 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_4704 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_4707 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr
  14. Hi everyone! Iron Man Brickheadz is so common. But how about an Iron Man scene inside an Iron Man Brickheadz? Parameters: Width: 12.2cm Length: 7.8cm Height: 14.2cm Parts: 379 pcs Lots: 79 lots This Brickheadz is double in size of ordinary brickheadz. Inside which, I placed a portion of official set 76125 Hall of Armor. You may of course decorate it with your own design :) For more description, please visit my page at Thank you and I hope you enjoy!
  15. Classical thriller. This is the 13th topic of my Brickheadz series of scary characters. What a coincidence... IMG_2595 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_2597 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_2597 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr
  16. From left to right: The thing, Uncle Fester, Wednesday, Gomez, Morticia, Pugsley, Lurch, Grandmama IMG_2522 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Morticia and Gomez: IMG_2537 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_2538 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Lurch and the Thing: IMG_2540 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_2539 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Uncle Fester and Grandmama: IMG_2545 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_2544 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_2546 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Pugsley and Wednesday: IMG_2552 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_2553 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr
  17. Don't you remember who is Regan ManNeil? You probably not, except knowing that girl who is possessed by an evil spirit in the movie "Exorcist". IMG_2429 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_2430 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Yes, before you ask, her head can spin. IMG_2422 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr And she can vomit green substances. IMG_2433 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr
  18. skcheung

    BrickheadZ Annabelle

    Warning: Positively do not open. Annabelle will come after you... IMG_1985 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_2014 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_1993 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_1988 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr
  19. skcheung

    Brickheadz Themis

    Themis is an ancient Greek Titaness. She is the personification of divine order, fairness, law, natural law, and custom. Themis, are you still residing in Hong Kong? IMG_1508 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_1505 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_1514 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_1512 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_1511 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr
  20. romashkaman

    [MOC] Series 1 b-headz

    Hello! I'm glad to post my series 1 custom brickheadz. Flickr album with more photos: flickr You can find building instructions here: rebrickable Thanks for your attention!
  21. skcheung

    BrickheadZ Alien

    One of my favourite scary movie. I think no need to introduce it, right?What I love the most is its inner teeth. Gorgeous. IMG_7741 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_7745 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_7753 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_7750 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr
  22. As the title says, I'm looking for someone who has the exclusive SDCC BrickHeadz. And I don't mean stored away MISB to sell at some point, but I mean actually built (for what they are meant). Why? Well, I'm a collector of the Brickheadz series, but no-way I'm going to spent thousand(s) of dollars to get all these exclusive brickheadz. On a sidenote, I think it's a stupid decision from Lego to make so many SDCC exclusive Brickheadz. Brickheadz is a really collectible-oriented theme and a few exclusive ones is not a problem, but now there are already as much exclusives as there are standard Brickheadz Anyway, back on topic. As I said, buying the original ones is not an option for me. So, I'd like to Bricklink the parts. And for the printed pieces, I want to try to make some custom stickers. And here's where I need the help of someone with the set(s). Someone at the LDraw forums has been making vector images of the normal Brickheadz prints. And he's fine with making some vector copies of the SDCC prints too, he just needs some scans or photo's of the part. So, if you have these sets or if you know someone with the sets, please let me know Thanks! Btw, I wasn't sure if I had to post this in Licensed or in Special Themes
  23. Oky

    Oky's Brickheadz MOCz

    As you may be able to guess by my avatar, I am a fan of the new Brickheadz theme. The best thing about them (aside from looking really cute and NOT UGLY) is that they are fairly easy to build yourself by following the Brickheadz standard, so here is a thread for me to post my Brickheadz creations. As you may know, one of my favorite themes is Toy Story, so it only made sense for me to make Buzz and Woody first. And while I already have a space ranger Brickheadz body, I thought why not make one of my sigfig? :) Next, I wanted to work on a larger project, so I set out to recreate every main character from TMNT. Here is a group shot of the Brickheadz in a Half-shell: First up we have the leader Leonardo and the cool but crude Raphael. Next we have the other two turtles, Donatello and Michelangelo the party dude. And lets not forget the other good guys, April O'Neil and Master Splinter. April's hair is mostly borrowed from Black Widow, but it's shorter in the back to allow for her to have her collar. But what would our heroes be without some villains to fight, so here are the evil Shredder and Krang. As always, they are accompanied by their minions Bebop and Rocksteady. I will be working on more Brickheadz for the contest on Brickset, so keep an eye on this thread for more!
  24. skcheung

    BrickheadZ Babadook

    Ba-ba-ba... dook! Dook! DOOOOOKH! You can't get rid of the Babadook... Babadook will come for you... IMG_7465 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_7485 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_7488 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_7491 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Hope you know this great movie.
  25. skcheung

    BrickheadZ Leatherface

    Do you know him? The protagonist of the movie "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre", who always wore a leatherface while he was killing victims. IMG_6956 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_6958 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_7004 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr