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  1. Hi Everyone, I haven't seen any posts about displaying minifigures in picture frames recently, so I thought I share with you my version. I made these 5 display frames for my Lord of the Rings/Hobbit minifigure collection. It doesn't contain all the minifigs from the themes, I deninitely wanted to create a nice display instead. The 5 frames are: Elves, Orcs (including 1 goblin soldier), Wizards (=Istari, incl. 2 blue wizards from other themes), Dwarfs (+Bilbo) and the fellowship of the ring (incl. Gandalf the White, King Theoden, Elrond and Gollum). I can place some bigger minifigs (for ex. Goblin King) on the top of the frames. I've used IKEA Ribba frames (23x23 cm). I've edited special backrounds for the individual displays. The minifigs are standing on 2x4 bricks, which are glued to the background. These bricks allowed me to apply stickers to sign the minifigs and to add extra parts (for ex. the arkenstone for Thorin). Unfortunatey, I couldn't use the glass of the original frame, because there wasn't enough space due to the equipments of the minifigs. Thus, I can't prevent them from dust... Creation process: As you can see, the bricks aren't glued on the photo, they are connected directly to the board. The final result: Thanks for stopped by!
  2. This railway shed was inspired by Shaun Baseby (or @lightningtiger here on Eurobricks) and his smaller farm shed from 2014. He designed the basic Technic frame on this shed, and I ran with it to create this wooden western-style steam locomotive shed. This shed is 4 1/4 tracks long with a total of 68 studs from back wall to entrance to the building, along with a 10 stud wide entrance for stream locomotives. The shed features a cow skull on the front above the entrance, just to give it that wild west flair. The rear wall of the shed. The roof of the shed is not removable, but it can fold open a bit on clips. With this view you can see how the Technic frame supports the roof. Here is the scene with the three steam locos stationed at the Fort Legoredo area depot The shed will normally hold my 4-6-0 and 4-4-0 steam locomotives, with the smaller 4-2-4 sitting on a third track outside the shed as shown. That's the BTTF time train on the fourth track, in the way back. Comments, Suggestions and Complaints are always welcome!
  3. Hey everyone So i am building a Imperial Star Destroyer, which is being documented in another topic, but i have encountered issues with the frame. I am having difficulties with its build, from aligning the panels at an angle that fits well to building a stable frame that doesn't but strain on joints due to forced connections. I have seen many great SD builds on here, and i was looking for advice and techniques to help me get this right. This is my first attempted layout. It looks fairly fine, though as i continued to make structural reinforcements and increase its length, problems arose. Also, this angle seem a bit 'shallow', and probably should be raised slightly more. Here is the frame currently. I need the middle beam, in order to help with the stand that will come out of the destroyer's hanger. There is the issue of the centre beam pushing against the cross supports, creating tension that may damage the pieces. Any help would be great, as this is an important part of the build and i can't progress until i find a stable design. Thanks!
  4. Hello Guys, Do anyone of you made some frame which can "replace" this part? Technic, Pin Connector Block 1 x 5 x 3 To be honest, I am just tired of trying to make it right. I have two of that parts in 42069, but I don't want to disassemble that model. I was trying to find something on google and youtube, but I didn't. Thank you in advance for help!
  5. This is my creation base on a Mobile Suit (Gundam Barbatos) in the Gundam series named : "Mobile Suit Gundam IRON-BLOODED ORPHANS". Lupus is the 7th form of this Gundam, first appeared in 2nd season of the series. Type : lego gundam Name : Gundam Barbatos Form : Lupus Code name : ASW-G-08 Pilot : Mikazuki August Series : Mobile Suit Gundam IRON-BLOODED ORPHANS / (機動戦士ガンダム 鉄血のオルフェンズ Kidō Senshi Gandamu Tekketsu no Orufenzu?) Youtube : Frame Building Instruction : Overview: LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr The backpack can attach the Sword Mace. LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr Holding weapon. LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr High Grade 1/144 box art: LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr Both hand can attach 20mm guns: LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr Attach both Sword Mace and 20mm Guns LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr Full Mechanic 1/100 box art: LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr Some more pose with action base: LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus ASW-G-08 1/60 by demon demon demon, trên Flickr My order creation from series Gundam IRON BLOODED ORPHANS:
  6. type : lego gundam name : Gundam Flauros - Base on the first from 72 demons of Solomon code : ASW-G-64 Pilot : Norba Shino series : Mobile Suit Gundam IRON-BLOODED ORPHANS / (機動戦士ガンダム 鉄血のオルフェンズ Kidō Senshi Gandamu Tekketsu no Orufenzu?) Youtube link : LEGO Gundam Flauros ASW-G-64 (Ryusei-Go IV) by demon demon demon, trên Flickr Mobile Armor mode: LEGO Gundam Flauros ASW-G-64 (Ryusei-Go IV) by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Flauros ASW-G-64 (Ryusei-Go IV) by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Flauros ASW-G-64 (Ryusei-Go IV) by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Flauros ASW-G-64 (Ryusei-Go IV) by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Flauros ASW-G-64 (Ryusei-Go IV) by demon demon demon, trên Flickr Mobile Suit mode: LEGO Gundam Flauros ASW-G-64 (Ryusei-Go IV) by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Flauros ASW-G-64 (Ryusei-Go IV) by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Flauros ASW-G-64 (Ryusei-Go IV) by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Flauros ASW-G-64 (Ryusei-Go IV) by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Flauros ASW-G-64 (Ryusei-Go IV) by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Flauros ASW-G-64 (Ryusei-Go IV) by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Flauros ASW-G-64 (Ryusei-Go IV) by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Flauros ASW-G-64 (Ryusei-Go IV) by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Flauros ASW-G-64 (Ryusei-Go IV) by demon demon demon, trên Flickr LEGO Gundam Flauros ASW-G-64 (Ryusei-Go IV) by demon demon demon, trên Flickr My other moc in series Iron Blooded Orphans:
  7. ClassicLook

    Monty Python Black Knight

    Hi Everyone, Let me share with you my latest creation. I designed it to my brother for his birthday. He's a big Monty Python fan. It's the the Black Knight from the Monty Python and the Holy Grail movie. The knight is a simple black figure (with black head) with a custom printed torso. I've placed it into an IKEA Ribba picture frame. Hope you like it!
  8. Just wondering if there are more people who collect battle droids? At this point I guess, I whould have around 200 of them. Let me share you, some pic's a year ago. And here as they are right now:
  9. This model was originally set 31064, Seaplane Adventures, a 2017 official Lego set from the CREATOR line. I then extended the rear of the body about 8 studs, and lengthened the tail about 2 studs to be a little further away from the body of the aircraft. The MOD uses about 105 more parts to do this, but it gives in return an extended cargo area with removable roof section. This is in addition to the two hatches already on the stock model. Here is the main pic of the plane. The only LDD error I got from building this model was this part that keeps the dark blue engine part from rotating. It works in real life, but in LDD it doesn't go all the way on... go figure! The rear of the original set has a opening rear hatch for cargo loading, which is a feature I kept in my MOD of the set. The other hatch on the set is for accessing the cockpit, while a removable roof panel allows for the cargo area to more open for play-ability. The MOD uses about 105 more parts than are in set 31064 to complete the upgrade. The parts needed are above, and are grouped separately from the actual parts included in set 30164 in the file. This is so you can but the stock set from LEGO and then buy rest of the parts from Brick-Link, Brick-Owl or whatever site you use to buy parts from. Here is the ldd file for the modified plane. Remember: if you feel so inclined, any comments, questions, and / or complaints are always welcome!
  10. What is the best way to organize a large bucket full of minifigures? I need a way to quickly be able to find them, see how many of each type I had, and keep them from losing their parts and pieces. I'd looked at many people's minifigure display projects using wooden frames, custom made Lego cases (often using baseplates glued to a wall mount), and even Lego's official display case. However, each of these required too much money, time, or space to fully display my 400+ collection of minifigures. After some experimentation, I put together my own display option which I hope will benefit other builders who can follow this model. Using 2 by X plates (2 x 6, 2 x 16, 2 x 8 etc) and double stacking them in an overlapping arrangement, I was able to build a light way minifigure display frame. I picked up a lot of the strings with bricks on the ends from the Kings Castle set from the last castle run. It was a simple enough build I put together a wall of several frames and grouped my minifigures by theme. This made it very apparent (for planning purposes) how many of each theme I could muster to my castle armies or my pirate invasions. These work fairly well but I have found a few problems: I quickly ran out of plates to make more and now I won't be building anything requiring lots more plates For those people who are strictly into collecting, this isn't enclosed so the minifigures will get dusty over time I have a bunch of mismatching frames (black, grey, and dark grey). I have a couple more pictures here on my project page if you are interested. There I show how some of the minifigures with dresses or abnormal legs can also be displayed this way. All that being said, what do you think? Any suggestions? Why would you build a few of these over the enclosed versions or would you?
  11. Phoxtane

    Mid-Sized Mecha Frame Help

    I'd like to have another go at building a Gundam - the more I look at my previous attempt, the more I grow dissatisfied with the proportions and poseability, especially since now I have the actual official model kit that looks like this: The biggest issue with my model (apart from looks) was the joints. I relied mostly on ball joints and the classic click hinges which meant that the ankles were prone to letting it fall over and the knees couldn't bend more than one click before they locked up, and the arms were mostly totally unposeable. Therefore, the issue relied mostly on the frame - except I never had a unified frame to begin with. If you'd like to see the mess I made of the design, you can find the LDD file on this page. For this build I've been looking for a mech frame that's similar in scale but is an actual proper frame rather than some weird unibody thing. The appropriate scale for this sort of build, I'm told, is anywhere between 9-12 minifigures tall (depending on if your minifigures are 5 or 6 feet tall, respectively). In LDD my Gundam is almost exactly 9 figures tall, so I am okay with another build in that scale. For joints, I would like to make use of ball joints again but replace the knee and elbow joints with the 44224 and 44225 pieces, and do something about the hip joints. To this end, I've been searching for a frame that I can build but haven't been able to dig much of anything up. To summarize: I need help in finding a mid-scale mech frame that uses the strong Technic Rotation Disc Joints and ball joints for maximum strength and poseability, but haven't had much luck in finding anything reproducible (picture quality from 2006 isn't nearly good enough for me to make out much of anything). Does anyone have any sort of resources or frames that they use regularly to help them with their mecha builds, and if so, would you be willing to share them here? Thanks in advance - I'm pretty sure this sort of thing is the Holy Grail of mech builders!
  12. Frame made using only parts from the Glowkies Mixels, Series 4: Globert (41533), Vampos (41534) and Boogly (41535). Classic Chub frame used as inspiration. More pics: https://www.flickr.c...57648450512154/ Time to disassemble and try another! These mixels are great for MFZ Frames!
  13. Something different. In the middle of June I was at a Drag racing contest close to where I live. At this competition there were a few front engine dragster, built like in the old days, where the driver sits right on top the final drive..:D The ones that in the 60:s-70:s were running on alcohol got the nickname "Moonshine Dragsters" This is my attempt to recreate one of those old school dragsters. The biggest challenge was to be able to create something that looked like a tubular frame. I admit that it is a bit fragile, but on the other hand not as fragile as you might think. Anyway - I can live with that since my creations are made for display and not meant to play with. I long tried to implement steering but it always ended up to bulky and heavy. So I settled to get the looks right and ditch it. Instead i focused more on the details to make it as real looking as possible. I hope I came fairly close. Cheers! If you like motorcycles you can see my other mocs on my Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/107288644@N07/
  14. Okay, here's something I've been working for a few weeks ago. I am really big fan of Hero Factory 1.0 designs. More over, I never considered the new Ultrabuild system aesthetically good, although it was my dream to combine Ultrabuild poseability and 1.0 design. I don't think I am the only one here, and it is really good to know. Also my LDD models are always were kinda realistic - I am certain that about 70% of my models will be really solid and sturdy in real. So my other goal while making those custom bodies was to create something that I can build in real life someday. Hero Factory Reloaded - full custom body by The Mugbearer, on Flickr There they are, my custom Heroes. The left one is for female characters like Natalie Breez and the left one is for male. The legs and body are compatible with v1.0 armor (the photo represents only legs because the model was made a few years ago). As you can see, the frame is quite poseable. Also, it's pretty easy to modify. The main feature of the frame is something that adds more lore basis: a Quaza Core right under the Hero Core. Stormer 1.7 by The Mugbearer, on Flickr Ah, Preston Stormer. He was the first one to get the new body. It was mostly because I found his helmet after latest LDD update and was really glad. I've added a Bionicle Stars foot and think that it fits well here. Breez 1.7 by The Mugbearer, on Flickr Natalie Breez was first Hero I made with female body. Bulk 1.7 by The Mugbearer, on Flickr Duncan Bulk with new body that is covered with armor. Laser minigun was inspired by X-Com: Enemy Unknown. Rocka 1.7 by The Mugbearer, on Flickr Daniel Rocka ready to drop the hammer! Furno 1.7 by The Mugbearer, on Flickr It was always with my Furno models that I add a weapon holder on his back. I like it that way. Evo 1.7 by The Mugbearer, on FlickrI already made more, but will upload them later. Surge 1.7 by The Mugbearer, on Flickr Nex 1.7 by The Mugbearer, on Flickr Stringer 1.7 by The Mugbearer, on Flickr C&C are much appreciated, as always. Get the file of the frame.
  15. OK, I may be going out on a limb, but I figured that I could use a frame from my upcoming Brick Flick to enter this lesson. If not, or if for some reason it's not what you wanted, or doesn't demonstrate what you asked for, that's fine. I'll just do something else. Low-Light Entry by SteampunkDoc, on Flickr Taken with a Logitech C910, two flashlights, and a nice amount of Lego. SteampunkDoc