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  1. I know I normally post stuff on the forums about Lego Technic, but I also enjoy building Lego MineCraft sets as well and connecting them together. Today, I looked at my The First Night set and noticed something very odd. I got the set on Christmas Eve 2015, and I never noticed this problem the entire time I had it. This is Lego's official picture for the set. Focus on the green 2x2 plate with knob above the brown 2x2 brick with the rose on the right of the pig. When you build the set, the instructions show that there is no green plate below the rose. I don't think there is even a spare piece for it. I checked the internet and I believe nobody ever noticed this before. I'm perfectly fine with it though, since everyone occasionally makes mistakes. What do you think? Has anyone here saw this mistake before?
  2. MOC - Derelict House

    Based on visits to derelict buildings; not based on any building in particular.
  3. GWR 14XX moc

    Hello eurobricks train tech!! I bring you today my first lego train moc. I am new to eurobricks so please point out any mistakes I may have made. I was inspired by scotnick's 14xx and decided to have a go at it. The construction of the model went very smoothly and I had originally used the 2x4 turntable for the trailing wheel. When I tested it, it wouldn't function properly and I had to replace it. So for two hours, I experimented with many different designs until I came up with one utilizing the ring plate and that err...longish blueish pin thingy! But it fit the bill and I'm happy! It is powered by the lego train motor with lights for the Lantern and the receiver in the cab. I do plan to build a autocoach to go with it which will house the battery box. Another problem I encountered was I had none of the I think 4x4 round bricks with holes in dark green, and since I don't buy any parts, I just used the 4x6 long half circle brick (I'm not that great with piece names!) And used some double sided tape to stick on the domes and an ausini clone brand chain for the chain on the front (I'm unarmed don't shoot! ) So stay posted guys, and look out for more projects coming soon! Comments and tips are very much welcome.
  4. [MOC] Bilbo's Door

    This is my third Lord of the Rings/Hobbit MOC and it is more of an artistic view on the famous shot of Bilbo's door in the Hobbit. This is not an exact re-creation identical to the movies but I still really like it and the scale is really nice. I wish I could finish the whole house but like most of my MOCS, I just don't have the parts. I hope you enjoy my idea of The door to Hobbiton.
  5. decided to make shenron from the tv show dragon ball z, its not full scale as that'd be huge, its pretty much a display piece, any feedback and thoughts would be great
  6. [MOC] Green Oni

    This is a fast 15 min build. What does eurobricks think? This oni has two katanas and a barrel on hes back. And a nice addition of a beer gut armor made out of a bohrok head armor piece.
  7. I am looking for a Dimensions Supergirl to trade for a Dimensions Green Arrow. He is still sealed in his bag.
  8. When times were simpler

    A time when villages weren't burnt or plundered, and peasants murdered or taken as slaves. A time when you didn't walk in fear and look over your shoulder at every turn. A time when you could rest under a tree, and know no drow would slaughter you in your sleep. First build of the year (at last) :P and its pretty simple. Just a small scene to start with larger ones on the way. The Hill was a nice challenge to try and create, and I needed another tree design so this was the perfect time to try it out. I'm pretty happy overall. I will probably post one or two builds today or tomorrow. Hope you enjoy :) P.s. I did mean it to seem a little blocky :P
  9. This 2-6-2 Prairie type engine was inspired by the My Own Train series of 2001 and a boiler from set 79111 (Constitution Train Chase). The passenger coaches and baggage car were inspired by set 10015 (Passenger Wagon), and set 10194 (Emerald Night). They feature no interior but all three passenger cars have four opening doors. The baggage car has two opening doors, two sliding panel-doors and an "exploding" back wall inspired by set 79111. (Constitution Train Chase). The whole train together. Here we can see the rear of the train with the back wall (and dynamite) still in place. (You may notice the baggage car is a modified version of the green Western jail car I already have built) The yellow 1 x 4 bricks used are actually supposed to be green printed bricks with this on them. The tender features a coal bunker, and water tank, plus a ladder at the rear for accesses to the passenger train. The cab features a firebox door (a 2 x 2 round tile) and two printed gauge tiles. The coaches were inspired by set 10015 (Passenger Wagon), and set 10194 (Emerald Night). They feature no interior but all three passenger cars have four opening doors. The exploding baggage car was originally the Jail car from set 79111. (Constitution Train Chase) while gaining the styling of set 10015 (Passenger Wagon) and doors from 10194. (Emerald Night) This car has one play feature that is sure to blow you away: the back wall can be removed to get at the baggage compartment via the "dynamite" on the outside of the back wall. (actually, the roof top lever knocks the wall loose) Then your train robbers can make off with whatever valuable are inside! As usual, the LDD file for the whole train is seen here while the loco and tender by themselves are here. Comments, Questions, Complaints, & Suggestions are always welcome. This train is on my to-do list, but won't be built for a while... maybe this summer?
  10. Behold: Terracles, Defender of the Verdant Green Flickr = https://flic.kr/s/aHskKnV8ku When he's not duel-wielding he can store the Verdant Powered Blade on his hip. Its almost invisible at this angle. He prefers his Belt fed Duel Load Double Verdant Hand Cannon. The Belt supplies V-Energy canisters to the discharging chamber, providing 10 shots each. After I designed the main body I knew I needed big articulate hands, after some research I modified an old method with new parts. His thumbs are actually opposable. And his fingers are poseable too! Not so invisible from this angle! Those leg thrusters provide a subtle boost to his speed. I think his Skeleton Looks pretty Awesome myself...
  11. [moc] Distant Sky Survey

    Headcanon says, this is a Distant Sky Survey team. These guys are the third line of space exploration, dispatched wherever long-range scanners and robot probes discover something that needs human eyes on the scene. The ship is unarmed, I think of those pokey bits in front as parts of the hyperdrive system. All the greebling is supposed to be sensors and, hopefully, enough stealth gear to keep the ship out of trouble. There's an opening ramp, and the roof's designed to come off. Interior is a mess of equipment and stale coffee cups. Behind the scanner operator's station, there's just enough cargo space for a little rack holding two carbines and a spare lifesupport pack, and a box for, apparently, the severed head of some alien. I've been meaning to build these guys a proper ship for a while, and finally got around to it..thanks for looking!
  12. [MOC] Goblin Glider

    After seeing the new Marvel summer sets and beeing very impressed by both Goblin figures I just had to recreate their iconic mode of transportation the Goblin Glider. My goals for the Glider were very simple; 1 Make it as accurate as possible to the real thing, 2 to make it sturdy and 3 it had to be able to carry a minifigure. With those goals I started building and see here the result. I actually made 2 different versions and the original Goblin Glider and the Glider that the Hobgoblin uses are somewhat different, for this creation I have chosen the Hobgoblin's one as I don't have the Green Goblin figure yet and I personally love the Hobgoblin more. Here is the glider without a minifigure on it: I also created a glider for the Green Goblin, it is mostly the same but has some slight changes, here it is: Not the most complicated creation in the world but since we are all big fans of the upcoming sets and especially the Hobgoblin and Green Goblin figures I thought that it would be worth sharing. I'll just leave you guys with this shot...
  13. [M - D04] Lots of new Friends

    Location: D04 - Terrial Minor Tags: MANTIS, spying, exploration AG: Lots of new friends by David FNJ, on Flickr Double D's log 10: After acquiring the ultramafic lava sample for my new weapon - the Flamius™ - (found a name!) on Mynderis, I was sent to Terrial Minor to prepare for the first military wave of Kawashitan forces. Right now most of what is here are small scientific research labs, comminication stations, and Bio-Tar extraction devices (not yet a Kawashitan Trademark yet...they'd better move fast!). Although this part of the planet looks very lush, it is not. The soil is a very dry. However, the air is very humid because of the steam that constantly bubbles out from the tar-like pits (that I will just call tar pits, even though the science guys would correct me that they are not tar pits because the black substance is not actually tar...but I digress). So the soil is very dry, the atmosphere is very hot, and the air is very humid....I guess the humidity explains why plants are able to grow and how the aliens and creatures here can survive. The plants and the inhabitants here must get moisture from the air. All that is needed here now is some air conditioning and dehumidifying technology! Anyway, I was finally able to bring Wheelie (also found a name for the little guy!) with me because the guys at the computer lab finished upgrading him. I didn't like Wheelie in black, so I painted only a small portion lime green. My mission was simple, find out what the Bio-Tar devices do, and to make them . Wheelie proved to be especially useful in this area as he was able to open one up in a way that only a robot with the right tools could. Thus, we were not detected...but Kawashita will soon notice that a bunch of their Bio-Tar devices are starting to breakdown. Just place a small bomb that will damage a small function-critical component inside the Bio-Tar device, and then when we want to, set off the bomb, and then let the tar to its work on the Bio-Tar device (basically clog up the entire device). We found out that the tar contains high-quality biomass molecules that can be extracted if processed right. Small amounts of these biomass molecules perform four times as much as what large containers of more common biomass molecules do. Unfortunately, extraction techniques are still quite primitive, so research here is critical if a more effective way to extract these biomass molecules is to be found. My job - make sure Kawashita doesn't get the breakthrough first. The last but perhaps the most exciting observation from my mission on Terrial Minor were these flying creatures that I call gubbies. They flap their wings really fast, and they are the most curious creatures on this planet. Gubbies are very friendly, and they explore with their mouths, so if exploring, be sure to bring some food with you! It turns out they are easily persuaded with food. I've befriended several gubbies, and I hope to keep one...or two...or....nevermind. Too bad they don't like to chew on those metal Bio-Tar devices...Yes, I tried. You know you want one. ~ DD out --------------------------------------------------------- I had a blast with the colors on this one, and of course the gubbies are just adorable. I was fiddling around with the dinosaur head of the Dilophosaurus and then noticed that from the top it looked like a little flying thing. I stuck an eye on it, and voila - it was instantly adorable. Opening its mouth made it look even cuter. I found it while trying to figure out what to go with the pink areas of the landscape, and the lime green seemed to go well (plus I had gotten a lot of it from the P-A-B wall), so I gave it a go, and was very pleased with the result!
  14. Good translucent pieces for the Lanterns.

    Just a quick discussion...I was planning on buying the Ninjago set 70752 Jungle Trap so that I could use the translucent green sword pieces for my Green Lantern. I now realize that there are way more translucent green pieces than yellow and that Sinestro only has his one sword-thing. Anyway, are there any good translucent pieces (specifically yellow) like weapons or just normal bricks for the Lanterns to use?
  15. Today, I bring you what is probably my favorite build of mine so far. Awhile ago I shared with the community a MOC of a museum and it was Green Arrow vs Sports-Master. I wasn't too fond of it but it wasn't bad. Anyways, let's talk about the build... I had this as an idea to add into my Daredevil series on Flickr but I decided since Green Arrow is my favorite DC Hero I decided that this was more of a Star City/Seattle Skyline. I'm very happy with the result. Disappointed with how long it took but I learned a lot about building with all that time. And I'm very happy that I took all this time to make this. Green Arrow is the basic GA fig with green arms and dark green vambraces from brickforge along with dark green hands. I really love their vambraces so I gave Sports-Master some too! My original idea was to raise up GA's building a bit more and then have the building Sports-Master is on be an apartment with Clark Kent looking out the window from his kitchen. I have a pic or two of it but it looked pretty awful. So I decided to not try to go full blown try hard on my first time building something like this. Sports-Master is also a combo of Space Police and Robot Cop legs with an Extremis Soldier's torso, a clone pauldron, Hawkman's face, the CMF Hockey Player helmet and the Hoth Trooper's goggles. Anyways, here's the build! (The old build is right here: http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=99499 ) Full Size along with a story! Can be seen here: https://www.flickr.c...-legocomicgroup C&C More than Welcome! Thanks for stopping by to look at this!
  16. Sikorsky HH-53C Super Jolly Green Giant. Model features highly detailed cockpit and interior, rotating main and tail rotors with adustable blade pitch, main rotor moves in 2 axis, folding main rotor blades and tail boom, opening crew door and rear ramp, and retractable landing gear. http://mocpages.com/moc.php/408531 HH-53C Super Jolly Green Giant
  17. Hi there! Cant stop with building yotas. Here is my next one. Based on red FJ40 posted earlier, but chassis was modified. The most visible change is increased wheelbase. Beside that: another rear suspension with 4 links+ panhard, 2 speed gearbox. Wider axles installed now with bigger ground clearance under front axle. Roof is convertible as in FJ40. Place for aux motors is free and waiting. And now the most interesting part of process started: Brainstorming extra functions... And I've also made 1 step forward to construction machines: This MOC have yellow pieces.... lets see what I can do with that:) your comments can help me;) UPDATED AFTER FINISHING MOC BUILD: Here is Toyota FJ45 pickup with snow plow attachment. Truck is based on early FJ40 model. Difference is in wheelbase, rear axle and gearbox. Features: • All time 4x4 transmission • 2-speed manual gearbox (high/low ratio) • Live axles suspension with 2 link + panhard rod at each • Openable doors with locks, bonnet, bed door • Convertible roof • Detailed saloon • Customs stickers • FJ45 custome Sbrick control profile was designed at designer.sbrick.com • John Deere color scheme Motorized functions: • Propulsion: XL-motor • Steering: Servo-motor • Winch/Plow elevation: M-motor • Snow plow tilt left/right: M-motor Powered by LiPo battery block thru Smart Brick final release unit (sbrick.com) + Additional plow PF LED-lights Plow is elevated by winch. This scheme is popular in cheap and simple snow plows. Tilt in such model usually manually customized or use hydraulics. I used lever-push mechanism to tilt left/right. Plow can be dropped easily and you can use winch as regular. more pictures http://www.bricksafe...m8/FJ45snowplow Video EPISODE 1: Test drive
  18. New Bright Green base plate?

    I saw this in the shop yesterday, with the new "Classic'' branding. The 60% price hike is a bit of a bummer, but it looks like it's Bright Green now?? http://shop.lego.com/en-US/Green-Baseplate-10700
  19. Hi everybody ! NickAb and I would like to present you our new collaborative project based on the 2011 movie The Green Hornet. The set has been designed like an official superheroes set. My main inspirations were the old Spider-man sets #4850 and #4853, and the Catwoman Catcycle City Chase. The minifigs : The Original decals have been created by NickAb. I've tried to attach importance to the renderings so as to give all the prestige that this car deserves. The old Spider-man 2 set #4855 gave me the idea of the Daily Sentinel newspaper with the Tile 2x2 of the Daily Buggle : More renders and High-resolution pictures are available on Flickr : https://www.flickr.c...57646706187513/ We hope you will enjoy this project. If you like it, feel free to support it on LEGO Ideas : https://ideas.lego.com/projects/84137
  20. Review - Snowmobile 'Ello all Recently purchased the snowmobile, and wish to try my hand at this reviewing lark. It costs £14.99, and for non teadrinkers, USD $19.99 and EUR €14.99. This set appeals to me greatly, due to the plethora of interesting peices, and great angular design. Not to forget, those tracked peices too, especially as these are the first in my collection. Nonetheless, does it provide a nice set of skids for your quids? Let's find out! The box Here's the box, quite small, with a nice image of the set. Well presented so far - Shows suspension function in the corner Ashens fans will be relatively amused, 0-3 sad onions here! (Not the rare 0-8 we seldom see) Contents Out of the box came three polybags, one for tracks, one for small nitbits, and other for main elements - exciting bits can be seen already! Comes with instructions for A and B model, which is always great - to TLG for that. Upon opening the bags, we see some great pieces, new suspension arms that are compatible with this new small steering knob, and the larger one, making it great for all scales of vehicle. There's also a connector with the two cross axle holes coming out of it, as depicted as Hrafn's forum avatar - very useful piece. additionally, the dog bone I frame, another useful piece. But, most importantly for me, 6 of the thin 4x2 plates in black - I've always wanted a pair of those! The steering link here comes with no stoppers, which is always useful - especially after building Kuipers' pony car, which uses both sides. Not to forget the 3l pin with cross axle, which this set has 2 of! The Build Instructions are well laid out, had no issue distinguishing colours, although some steps were very simplified. We begin making the suspension assembly, with a clever use of the I frame. Turning radius is a little short, however. Another instruction shot, however I've highlighted the frictionless pin there, as I've perused the instructions with great effort, and haven't found anything that connects to it. If anyone does fathom its purpose, let me know Cool technique is used here, hat goes off ! Leftovers . Completed Model The finished model stands proudly on the desk, after about half an hour of building, helped along by some 80's rock, and a good cup of tea, it's looking great. Especially love the colour scheme of the black on green, and those angles are truly astounding. Note the pin on the L beam that stops the track from tipping up when being held, and the white gives it that sporty look. Great model! Stickers do compliment the model, but I found it looked great without too. They won't be staying on for long, however, as I have plans to use the panels! Front looks very 'gnarly' , and the suspension is plush, and fun to compress - also note that the chassis does not hit the ground when the spring bottoms out! The skids themselves feel a bit wobbly, but they do not come apart easily - those red pins were a bugger to get in, and I don't look forward to getting them out Track rolls freely, and satisfyingly, as well as being nigh on impossible to derail. steering lacks a bit on a hard surface like my desk, however, it's a lot better on the carpet. I doubt next year will bring any snow to test this on either, us Essex folk never have any luck with that The Verdict The functions of the set work perfectly for the price you pay, which isn't big! IT looks great, feels great in the hand, has great pieces that can be used for MOCs. So hats off to designer Mike Jeppeson! PROS Suspension Steering Great aesthetics Good colour scheme No STAMP CONS Could have had a few more functions Playability is limited on hard surfaces Skids are a tad flimsy Design 8.5/10 Looks absolutely stunning Build process 7.5/10 Nothing interesting, but not much repetition Functions 8/10 Functions work well, however there is a lot of empty space in the model Playability 7/10 Works wonders on carpet, but hard surfaces not so much, which could be a drawback for some Parts 9.5/10 Spectacular part selection Value for money 8.5/10 You get a good set of skids for your quids Total: 8/10 Cheers for reading, and apologies for not including a poll - I haven't got the ability to do so (if any staff could add one on, I'd be extremely thankful) This is my first review, so tips are greatly welcome! Also, if anyone found the reason for that frictionless pin, do share with us! Cheers again, Enderman
  21. (MOC) BOO!

    Boo! by Sir Brickalot, on Flickr
  22. Lego steam roller for layout

    Hi all This is my latest design to include in my layout as soon as I get that dammed loft conversion done lol enjoy https://www.flickr.c...03/13355006923/
  23. MOC: The Goblin's Lair

    Spiderman 2: The Goblin's Lair Ah Marvel…it’s like the enemy to my DC…er something. In general, I like Marvel, though mostly just it’s Cinematic Universe, but I’ve always had trouble trying to build creations for them—until now of course. For awhile, I’ve wanted to make the Goblin Lair from the end of the film Spiderman 2; and with a few cheap purchase from Ebay, I finally had the pieces to do so. Obviously I was waiting on the bombs most of all (There's a total of 35 in this creation). Anyways what you’re looking at is the first Marvel creation I’ve ever posted anywhere, so I hope you enjoy the Goblin’s Lair… (Click on the Picture to be taken to it's Flickr page) Enjoy ~Nemo