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  1. How do I fix this? It happens any time I use any accessory that goes around the neck.
  2. RobEaston

    Why are Lego not making these?

    Been looking at capes that Lego should make: And for Bane: And kilts:
  3. Hello, I'm a newbie with LDD and I'm trying to put together some fig parts, and noticed when I attach a cape and then a head, the head doesn't go all the way on. I've read in some places here that there is a "trick" to getting the head down by putting it onto the torso differently, but I don't see any clear directions on how to do that. Can someone point me in the direction of those instructions on how to fix this bug if there are some here somewhere on Eurobricks? Or can someone provide a how-to video for this? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  4. Hi everyone, I am pleased to announce the [re]release of 6 (new) cape designs. Be sure to check out the full line of custom LEGO-compatible fabric products that Royal Brick Customs Shop has to offer, here:
  5. Many people have made custom minifig capes before, so this is by no means a new method. But I made a little Viking-themed model and wanted to spruce up the accompanying minifig. (It's basically a modified version of the Ninjago 70752 Jungle Trap set, and can bee seen here if interested: http://www.eurobrick...howtopic=109087 ) I wanted to create the look of a woollen cloak, with a fur draped around the shoulders for extra warmth. Maybe something like a wolf pelt. My tough little Norseman is trekking through some cold, mountainous terrain! I've seen other people use actual fur fabric for this kind of thing, but to me that doesn't seem to be the way TLG would go about it. For instance, they already have a full-length "fur" cape: http://www.bricklink...Pic.asp?P=12857 I'm aiming to produce something in keeping with that style, just shorter and worn over a normal cape. So, I began my quest. I went to the local fabric shop and bought a couple of scraps of cotton from the offcuts bin. It only cost me a few dollars and I've got enough fabric to make dozens of capes! Lucky minifigs are so small! I then ironed the fabric, and cut off a 10cm square and lay it down in a disposable plastic plate. To prevent the fibres of the fabric from fraying I diluted PVA glue with water in a plastic cup, brushed it liberally onto the fabric, then pegged it up with a couple of little bulldog clips to dry. I traced the outline of an official cape onto the fabric, used a hole punch for the neck holes, and just cut out the shape freehand. The end result is a little stiffer than the official capes (and I'm talking about the older style fabric capes here). I used equal parts water and PVA, so I might try a little more water next time to see if it's an improvement. Still, I'm very pleased with how it turned out and will definitely be making some more to keep the rest of my Vikings warm! As always any questions, comments or feedback is most welcom!
  6. Royal Brick Customs Shop (BrickLink) is please to announce a brand new product - the Assassin's Balaclava. The Assassin's Balaclava is perfect for any minifigure looking to keep their true identity hidden. It is also compatible with the standard LEGO hood and most LEGO helmets and hairpieces. The Assassin's Balaclava comes in 6 unique colors: > Black > Sand Green > Dark Blue > Blue > Red > Dark Green (shown above) Link to the BrickLink store is in my signature. ~RBC
  7. Custom Knight Sticker, cape and banners for my minifigures: Here are the ebay links for the custom sticker sets i have created.