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  1. My first freebuild in a year or so. I'm quite happy with it and finally someone helped me with the pictures, that was always big trouble for me. Attack on breezerock cabbin. The northern rangers got a message that a dragon was spotted near Breezerock village, so they sent three of their rangers to the village to investigate, At their arrival they already saw him landing at the cabbin, so they hurried up there. Captain Finn took his brother David and a rookie, Fredd with him to Breezerock. David "Now you can finally get some real action Fredd, this is nothing like your training!!" Fredd "I don't care, I trained for this my half life, I am ready!" As soon as they were at the cabbin, the dragon came down like he smelled fresh meat. He immediatley attacked with a couple of ice blasts, one right at Captain Finn. Finn "pfff I have had hotter enemies, get it David? Because it's an ice dragon haha" (Finn is not one of the most funny captains luckily) David *whispering* "How did he ever get to be captain......" Right as David is going to charge the dragon, it almost seems as if the dragon knew his attempt and blasts a big beam of ice at him. David "oeh luckily the mage blessed my shield with an anti frost potion, otherwise I would likely be as cold as a deep Mitgardian winter's night right now!" Finn "You're taking heavy ice David! Get it, instead of heavy fire?? Hahahahaha" Lady Sue with her young boy are not so happy with the dragon attack! Two pictures of just the dragon. I am quite happy with the moc and I think this is my best dragon so far. I was heavily inspired by the videogame Skyrim for the shape of the dragon (more a wyvern actually) and also by a moc on mocpages by stormbringer I saw a couple of months ago. It is also a contest entry on flickr for a dragon contest by Nuju Metru. Please let me know what you guys think, I really appreciate it! Thanks!
  2. Just finished these new custom minifigures, and to be honest, I think they turned out really nicely. Got a new printer and new sticker material, and the printing looks really crisp! :D Almost done with Delacour and Krum, and I'm exited to finish them too, however these two are certainly my favorites
  3. Elves is the favorite Lego series of me and my daughter (6) at the moment and we really love the dragons! We thought that there isn't enough space for the little Babydragons to be all together. So with a little help of Farran and the other elves the Baby dragons got a cozy place in a big tree. There are different levels, either to be alone under a warming flower or to be together with another dragon to have a little chat. On the top of the tree there is a platform, well hidden by special growed thornes and willow branches, to watch over the dale and start some flying games. I hope my buidling isn't too big for this contest. We started with 8x8 but were very inspired and couldn't stop adding leaves because it looked so lovely. I just read, that it shouldn't grow over 8x8. If you think it is not working for the contest just tell me. Then I will just show it as a MOC.
  4. I wanted to create some different areas based on the four elements represented by the four main elves, I've mixed parts from all kinds of different sets to create these places. This one is the earth themed home for Farran the Earth Elf. I wanted it to be part cottage, part treehouse. It's mostly parts from The Elves Treetop Hideaway and the Ewok Village sets. I attached my waterfall cave alongside the treehouse I also made a fire themed volcano cave with a tall treehouse/tower neighbouring it. It's mostly made from a Lego Friends set that has a cabin and a waterfall. I kept the cabin and built the tower above it and changed the waterfall into a volcano. I've created a workshop for the Air Elf Aira in one section of the tower with a bedroom above it, an observing platform with a telescope above that and a turret room on the top. The webisodes show that Azari the fire elf is homeless and just crashes with the other elves, but I've given her a warm place to sleep inside the volcano. I kept the camp beds in the cabin for the humans to sleep in when they visit Elvendale. And here's some random pictures..
  5. Some time ago, I built my own versions of The Three Dragons from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. They are Naydra, Farosh and Dinraal. Naydra by Flickshot30, on Flickr Farosh by Flickshot30, on Flickr Dinraal by Flickshot30, on Flickr Bit of a spoiler alert: Naydra is based on Nayru, goddess of wisdom; Farosh, on Farore the goddess of courage; and Dinraal, on Din the goddess of power. The dragons could be found in the Lanayru, Faron and Eldin regions of Hyrule, respectively. Anyways, each dragon has fully articulated bodies, heads, claws and tails, and can be posed in whatever pose one would like. Though special notice must be made about the legs; they may not articulate the right way the first time so some fiddling is in order. The LXF files are on my Bricksafe page for downloading. That's all for now. Se ya soon!
  6. Hi I made a layout around my monster house it was a lot of work, but also a lot of fun I hope you like it!? Greetings Thanks for watching!
  7. BrickCurve

    Frost Dragons

    An improved version of my ice dragon model from December last year. This one is stronger, using mixed joints and the wings are further forward. In my opinion it look a lot better then the original one, which can be seen here- . This was part of my display for the Sydney Brick Show (16th & 17th of April).
  8. High in the mountains of Southern Mitgardia, master smiths have secretly used the raging fire of dragons to fuel their craft. The Great Red, Taevoth Longtail, fled Nocturnus generations ago during a purge on his kind. Now he helps create swords because it beats being spitted and eaten by werewolves or worse. The smiths of the Dragon Forge are a mix of human and dwarf, often training as a pair: master and student, only to pass on their secrets to the next generation when the time comes. Few know the hidden location of the Dragon Forge, and fewer still carry the incredible weapons that are made here. Only the finest hammered iron blades can be treated with the coals heated by dragon-flame. Through the heating process, the dragon-flame is bound to the metal, where it imbues a magical sheen that never dulls. A finished sword, called a Firebrand, is always warm to the touch and crafted with fine inlays and ornate hilts. The blades are made long, after the zweihander style favored by the knights and armsmen of the Crown Lands. In the past, these weapons were specially ordered by only the richest and most famous warriors in Historica. However, the time may be coming when need for the Firebrands, as more than status symbols and tokens of martial mastery, is great.
  9. I love How to Train Your Dragon so much I had to make an animation. It gave me a chance to test out my motion control rig.
  10. skcheung

    Nine dragons

    "Kowloon", literally "Nine Dragons", constitutes a major geographical part of Hong Kong. I have no idea how this name comes out but very likely people thought this name can bring luck to this tiny place.
  11. The Chosen Minifigure

    Lego Castle 2013-Present Value.

    Hey there, this is the chosen Minifigure with a big topic: The value of the lego castle sets. Not PPP value, no. Fun value, moc value, and Minifigure value. Let's hypothetically say that I have NO castle, fantasy, Viking or other medival sets of any kind. I wish to get into the theme, already loving some other themes. I get to the store, with enough money for any of the sets, but I only want to buy one. Which set should I get, with the best Minifigure/fun value? Or, say I'm a moccer. Which set would be best? Lastly, on a personal note, Dragon mountain or Kings castle?
  12. Reekardoo

    AVATAR - Tree of Souls

    Another entry in the AVATAR universe :o IT'S IN CUUSOO!!! ... for a change ::) Please support! Thanks
  13. AmperZand

    Kreo Dungeons & Dragons

    Kreo, the Hasbro-owned clone brand, has recently released a Dungeons & Dragons line in the US (and Canada?). As a fan of fantasy, I'm excited by this development. I wish, of course, that D&D had been released by TLG, but as Hasbro owns D&D, there was no chance of that ever happening. From the pictures I have seen online, there are good and bad aspects to the Kreo D&D line. On the positive side, it does mean that there will be some reasonable quality parts that are compatible with LEGO but that TLG don't/can't make. It also appears that a lot of the Kreo D&D minifigs (i.e. kreons) will be available individually or in small packs, so you won't have to pay a premium on Ebay to get them because they've been parted from larger sets. Of particular interest are the Drizzt and Eye of Grumsh kreons which I fully intend to cannibalize for their parts. On the negative side, I'm not a fan of kreons. Yes, they're more articulated than LEGO minifigs, but they're also butt ugly. I'm also disappointed that almost all of the creatures are humanoid. Of all the varied monsters D&D has produced/redefined in its 40 year history, Kreo has decided that their D&D line should be almost exclusively humanoid. The only exceptions are some spiders and a mimic. You would think that in a line called Dungeons & Dragons, that there would be at least one dragon, but there isn't. Still, I hope this line reaches the UK where I am soon. I haven't been able to find a UK release date yet. Do you have any intel on its UK release? From what I have seen of other Kreo lines, it can take up to a year between a US and UK release. What are your thoughts about Kreo's D&D line? Note to mods: Please feel free to merge this post with an existing thread if appropriate. I just thought that as it deals specifically with D&D, it merited its own discussion.
  14. After a long building hiatus, I've finally had a chance to hit the bricks! Even though I never saw the movie in theaters, I have become a big fan of "How to Train Your Dragon" over the last year (largely due to John Powell's superb soundtrack, but no need to talk about that here). In anticipation of the sequel which will be released this summer, I decided to take on the challenge of building an accurate minifig-scale Toothless. Here are the results! Front View: Hiccup and Toothless in Lego form! Toothless' ears, legs, wings, and tail can all be adjusted. His mouth can open too, but it's not an intentional feature. Side View: One difficulty with building a fairly small and specific dragon is its stability. To keep both dragon and rider in place, I used two rubber bands. The lower rubber band keeps Hiccup's torso in place while the upper rubber band keeps Toothless' head upright. Close-up: When building, I first started with Toothless' head, which proved to be the most difficult part. I wanted to recreate the unique shape of his head, while still incorporating his reptilian eyes and expressive ear-flaps. Even if it's not perfect, I'm definitely pleased with the result! As a fortunate coincidence, Hiccup's pedals align perfectly with Toothless' legs, which is movie-accurate. Flying Mode: The wings I used in the first few photos were much more easy to position, but were too small compared to Toothless' actual wing size. Thus, I made it possible to switch them out for a pair of Dino Attack wings for a more accurate flying mode. For a few more pictures and higher resolution versions of the photos here, check out the Flickr set. I would be delighted to hear your feedback, seeing as my rendition is far from perfect. Thanks for looking! Inky