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  1. bricksboy

    [MOC]#92 Halloween Skull Truck

    LEGO MOC#92 Halloween Skull Truck Halloween is coming soon. It is time to build another Halloween creation. This year I designed this skull truck. I hope you will like it. I also created a stop-motion animation for this MOC: More MOC on my homepage:
  2. Haunted A-Frame Cabin While I'm looking forward to the see my A-Frame Cabin on the shelves of the LEGO stores worldwide as it has been chosen as one of the next LEGO IDEAS sets (I still can't believe it...), I built a spooky variation of the rustic house based on the 2012 LEGO Monster Fighters series. It is a kind of tribute to the MF Haunted House released in 2012 by TLG. Size and shape are basically the same as the A-Frame Cabin, colors, details, setting and Minifigures are completely different. If you take a deeper look, you can spot many references and Easter eggs directly related to the LEGO horror theme. The gramophone, the trunk with the top hat, the glass dome with a bone inside are all objects from the MF set. The gate is also a clear tribute to the Haunted House. And take a look at the zombie heads above the gate columns, do you remember where they were in the MF set? Last but not least don't miss the magic Bat Moonstone of Lord Vampyre, the villain of the series. Enjoy and happy Hall🎃ween!
  3. It's been a while since I've posted anything around these parts, but with Halloween fast approaching in the States, I thought I should take advantage of the season to post up another Monster Fighters MOC! Back in 2020, I had posted a little grove for some of the CMF witches LEGO's been putting out over the years. Overall it's a nice addition with the rest of the official Monster Fighters sets (which get a workout every time this year), although I hadn't quite nailed down a good-looking vehicle for the monster slayers two years ago, as you can see below: So after posting that, I got some good feedback, and took another swing at it in December of that year. Needless to say I finally got around to photographing it this summer, so without further ado, allow me to present... The Witchfinder! As you can see, I tried to make this match the approximate design of some of the other vehicles belonging to the Monster Fighters, with the trans-black windscreen, dark-bluish grey machine components and of course the dominant non-primary color scheme. I also made sure this truck looked like something that could clear away the thickest underbrush in the most haunted forest, hence all the spikes and saw bits on the front, in addition to the floodlights on top of the cab: As for the water turret in the rear, that can rotate a full 360 degrees and there is enough of a gap for the gunner to see where they're aiming, as Ann Lee can demonstrate: I also wanted to make sure there was enough clearance for a minifigure to operate the water cannon machinery in the rear, which also helps cover up the gear box part. And if the two Monster Fighters need to get out of their truck to finish the job, all they have to do is pull out the crate... And pop off the top! Then you can slot it right back into its original spot! Lastly, the cab roof does pop off, so you can throw in any other minifigure your heart desires (although Rodney Rathbone may need a different seat)! So there you have it! One gnarly monster-slaying truck to accompany the secluded wooded grove where all the witches gather. Overall I'm pretty happy with how it came together. Sure, the truck probably looks more contemporary than some of the other vehicles from that line, but seeing how The Zombies has a truck which looks pretty 20th Century, along with the hot rod in Vampyre Castle, I like to think this fits in rather well with the rest of the vehicles in their garage! More photos here in my Bricksafe folder if you want to take a glance. Otherwise, may your cauldrons always be bubbling!
  4. It looks like there is a halloweeen-themed GWP! It will be available from Oct 14 to 31. it’s really interesting that it is a Creator 3-in-1 set. I wonder if it was suppsoed to be a retail set at first but they decided with GWP set instead?
  5. For Halloween I built a smal MOC set in my fictional cyberpunk city district-7. Beware of what lurks in the sewers of district-7, if not enough food gets supplied, be prepared to get tricked. You don't want to get tricked. Treat or get tricked by Ids, on Flickr
  6. Hello everybody, we built some motorized brackets for a witch, a flying lawnmower and a pumpkin head. So have much fun!
  7. Horlack Bricks

    [Halloween] Crazy Futuron Heroes

    I open hostilities for next week. 👀 My Crazy Futuron Heroes. And silly name. Go challenge, and do the same, with your Crazy Heroes Team, just for the fun ! ah ah ah ha ! Halloween - Crazy Futuron Heroes by Horlack, onr Flickr Halloween - Crazy Futuron Heroes by Horlack, on Flickr Halloween - Crazy Futuron Heroes by Horlack, on Flickr Halloween - Crazy Futuron Heroes by Horlack, on Flickr In my 6 favorites, I hesitate between "Iron Beach Sado", contraction of Baywatch with David Hasselhoff, Iron Man, and the Mandarin with his whip "Red Falcon Hood", contraction of Red Hood (or Deadpool) and Red Falcon, with Harley's baseball bat. "Spider Jedi Fakir", contraction between Spiderman, a Jedi Sith, and a Fakir from Indiana Jones. "Harley's 12 labors", Harley's 12 labors on roller skates, with the batman belt, the helmet of an Xwing pilot and the arms of Hercules "Atomic Love Lantern", contraction of Maggie Simpson, with the lantern of Green Lantern, and the X-rays of Dexter. "Explosive surfboard Batgirl", Batgirl who do boardsurf explosively, underwater, with a site/safety helmet or construction hat Maybe BatGirl, lol
  8. Lego Halloween – Custom Minifigure Welcome, friends! My new Lego Custom Minifigure – Hallow, a Sealed Mystic from my Lego Custom Undead Universe. I would say it better suits for Lego Halloween Theme. Thanks to LEGO for such a beautiful pumpkin. I used it repeatedly in my Lego customs. Lego Halloween is certainly an interesting topic for lovers of tickling their nerves – inhabitants buried under gravestones, bats, ghosts and transparent cubes. And certainly an indispensable attribute of the holiday and traditional decoration is a pumpkin lamp. Let's say «thank you» to LEGO for such a beautiful pumpkin. I used it repeatedly in my Lego custom minifigures. The holiday is firmly associated with supernatural. Rituals, horror stories, legends about ancestors, children wearing role-playing costumes with pumpkin lamps, and certainly clubs and Halloween parties for adults)) Super Holiday! The roots of the holiday go back to the tradition of the ancient Celts of Ireland and Scotland which is interesting in itself. We need to say a separate «thank you» to Halloween for Halloween's attributes that make this Holiday so atmospheric! Have a look at my Lego Halloween Custom Minifigure. I hope you will like it! The Lego Halloween custom minifigure can be twisted from all sides on my small YouTube Channel – Here. I've already customized more than 300 lego minifigures from the Lego Dark Fantesy Direction and the skeletons of the Army of Darkness. If you like my works, feel free to subscribe to follow me! Thank you for your attention! My previous projects on Eurobricks: • Two Headed Ogre Cho'gall Warcraft • Baba Yaga from Russian Folk Tales • Soul Taker – character from cult games and pearls of modern fantasy worlds – Lego Custom Minifigure
  9. My new custom lego minifigure – Soul Taker. Soul Eater is found in cult games and pearls of modern fantasy worlds such as Diablo, Skyrim, Dragon Age, Warcraft, Lineage and many others. Lasting the uncountable millennia, calming down, again inflaming in the new worlds, eternal war of forces of Light and Darkness, Angels and Demons, the Order and Chaos leads to emergence of the opponents much surpassing ordinary soldiers on both parties. Certainly, one of such generations of forces of Darkness is Soul Taker. Ordinary people are not lucky to live in the middle of this war in a hearth of never-ending battle. In attempts to survive or for the sake of finding of power some of them sign the contract with Darkness forces and come over to the side of the Evil, having started practicing dark magic. In a fantasy Universe of Lego Custom Undead Soul Taker comes to the world of living by killing his reviver – the Dark Wizard. Having taken control of the book of Soul Eater and also several artifacts which the Dark Wizard collected during the wanderings and search, Soul Eater begins the way in the world of the living with one purpose – to make this world the dead. Clever, cunning and artful, Soul Eater mastered a way allowing to release the opponent's soul and then to absorb her. It is difficult to stop Soul Eater who aimed at the enemy. Having chosen the victim, he promptly starts the feast. With his spells he practically immobilizes the victim, causes it severe physical and intolerable emotional pain. And then, when the victim is weakened, he takes away her soul, fills up the magic force and comes back to catacombs to continue his magic rituals. The Soul Taker custom minifigure can be twisted from all sides on my small YouTube Channel.
  10. Actionfigure

    [MOC] Severed Foot

    Hello, something for Halloween... A foot. Ok, and a bone saw. But let´s concentrate on the bloody foot! Happy Halloween!
  11. kreimkoek

    [MOC] Amityville Horror

    A recreation of the Amityville horror house. Video overview Thanks for looking!
  12. Hello everyone! This time I decided to come without trucks, supercars, and other wheeled vehicles. No, even without tanks or cranes In Russia, the traditions of celebrating Halloween are not well developed, but this does not interfere with the fun at all! This year I was unable to grow a beautiful orange pumpkin, so Lego came to my rescue! The pumpkin-mecha turned out to be a good decoration for the house, the guests were amused by its spider-like legs, and the absence of obvious signs of eyes and mouth made the imagination work hard while looking at the patterns from the panels that make up the body. This strange robot consists of 80 orange panels, weighs 378 grams, is 22 centimeters tall, and 15 centimeters in diameter. In general, the body of the "pumpkin" itself consists of 8 segments, exactly the same except for the inner part (8 ball-joint sockets for the feet did not fit inside one ring). It can be assembled quite simply from 4 parts (although the final connection may turn out to be somewhat tricky). The internal structure, consisting of three rings (one large and two identical smaller ones), allows all panels to be rigidly fixed and not to fall apart even when dropped from a low height. I am very happy that I managed to do without System parts, as well as without Bionicle elements. As a result, I can say that this is 100% Technic pumpkin I hope you enjoyed it, just in case I will leave the file if anyone wants to experiment with such cone-shaped structures. See you next time!
  13. Redhead1982

    MOC Trick or treat!

    I had an idea for a while in my head, and used the opportunity to build this little scene for local LUG's competion (theme was Halloween). I haven't done a residential building in a while, and this was is basically just a front, but it kicked my imagination. As for the costumes, I used the scariest ones I found in my collection. Or should I say the most painful ones in the middle of the night? Same scene, but a different background without the lights. I experimented with the tree (trying out a different connections to make it more natural-shaped), SNOTed base, and mostly lights and camera settings. I really need to find a larger sized background so I can take pictures from different angles.
  14. As soon as I first heard rumors and rumblings around the 2012 Monster Fighters line (on this very website, come to think of it), I knew I'd be hooked. Having grown up with the LEGO Studios Monster sets, these were very much my jam. It was like we were getting more detailed, updated settings and monster minifigures from that line, except it was real, instead of being confined to a movie set. So naturally, I ended up buying all of them (except for two sets) from this line, and still get them out every year before Halloween. That being said, I felt like this theme was ripe for expansion, especially after I purchased several spooky CMFs. So after a few Bricklink orders, I managed to add to the existing sets from this line-up, including my Witch's Grove MOC. With that being said... Wouldst thou like to live deliciously? The lead witch with her sssssssssplendid familiar: And kudos to LEGO for gifting us with this wonderful fig stirring the pot. Works great as a Renfield, Igor, or (for me) another witch! (Just keep that brain jar away from the zombies!) And while there's plenty I love in this MOC, the crystal ball with the leering skull gets me every time. Such a cool effect! Some more angles: Of course, not even witches can hide from the tenacious Monster Fighters! Which includes Frank Rock jamming out taking out one of the witches with...what else? A (holy?) water pack! Along with the adventurous Ann Lee fighting fire with silver stakes (at least now we know how she got that scar)! A few more angles on Frank's water pack. This is probably one of my favorite quick-builds I went through while building, as it fits the Monster Fighters having some thematically appropriate weapon for fighting witches. I tried to build them a vehicle, but, uh, let's just say it could use another go. Photos are on my Bricksafe folder, though I'll probably try and make something that looks meaner, and closer to some of City's Firefighter sets with a water-turret in the rear. In any case, hope you all like it! This build was actually an improvement on something I had tossed together years ago, taking the parts from the tree that made up LEGO Studios' Werewolf Ambush to make the archway, including the eyes. This is more naturalistic than that, but still has great atmosphere, I think, especially paired with the Monster Fighters' The Werewolf tree, making for a spooky forest setting. Anyways, thanks for looking! Comments, feedback, and questions are always welcome! Happy Halloween!
  15. theycallmemrdarko

    Jack Skellington House for my Halloween Village

    Based off Stephen Gofer's Jack and Sally MOC, figuring out how to build this behemoth was quite the challenge. In the end it just barely was taller than the new Haunted House. Using only the few pictures available, I had to guess how a lot of the house was constructed while making sure it was stable enough to live with my 2 younger daughters. I constructed the whole thing as 4 separate sections that all come apart and slide in together using a large technic axle. Here's a few more images: Jack Skellington Album with a video of it spinning 360 degrees.
  16. Mohamed Marei

    [MOC] Pirate Lord Dreadwind

    Pirate Lord Dreadwind by Mohamed Marei, on Flickr "Prepare for the plundering of yer lifetime, ye wee scallywags!" <Additional Photo> This is sort of a wrap up of a WIP that I had started 4 years prior, when I set out to build a crazy pirate skeleton dude incorporating this head design3. However, I never managed to finish that design and had to put this on the backburner indefinitely. And here we are, a whole four years (and an entire LEGO collection rebuilt from scratch) later. Hope you guys enjoy it and I look forward to showcasing some more MOCs on here! It's been years since I posted something here XD
  17. Actionfigure

    [MOC] Cthulhu

    Hello, ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R´lyeh wgah'nagl ftagn. So be prepared! Cthulhu Fhtagn! by Felix Jaensch, auf Flickr Happy Halloween!
  18. Today I'd like to share a small vignette I created to flesh out storytime...Nothing impressive from a building perspective, but I intend to use it as an introduction and gradually populate and build the village. I don't really know if this topic is more suitable for the "Town" forum or the "Special Themes" one. I created it here because despite being related to the everyday life of a LEGO town, I thought it felt a little bit odd compared to the great buildings and vehicles that populate the "Town" forum. Don't hesitate to tell me if this was not the appropriate choice! Have you heard of Brickenthal? No? Well, hardly anyone has. It's one of those tiny villages nested in steep mountains, in the heart of dark forests, where time seems to stand still. The kind of village where travellers get lost at dusk only to learn that the only inn is full, and are advised by smiling villagers to request hospitality at that strange, gloomy castle up there. But our story is not about lost travellers meeting the welcoming Count of Brickenthal : it's about the villagers. About the peaceful, quiet life of the villagers. Miss Kafka was the village librarian. She took care of the books, helped readers choose their next bedtime reading, shooed away the spiders who tried to settle down on the shelves - all those activities librarians usually do. She was also the president of the Sonderthal Book Club, whose members gathered once a week to discuss their latest book crushes. On this lovely evening of october, a storm threatened and the rain was pouring. Principal Voigt, the school headmistress, had brought homemade cookies. Miss Grünhausen, the dressmaker, had brought an interesting yet uncooperative fantasy book. Everything was perfect for a cosy club session.
  19. Pumpkin is significant symbol of Halloween. Combing Pumpkin and skeleton horse carriage will be excellent idea. The cabin of carriage is pumpkin shape with two eyes and nose on it. There are two doors can be opened. Three skeletons and one big boss, vampire included in this set. One skeleton will operate this carriage, two other guarding at the back. Four skeleton horses are pulling the carriage. Between those two at the front and two at the rear can be turned. The carriage front wheels can also be turned. The flexible setting can let you set the model in different position. I believe this model is definitely good for kids to play for long time, and a great decoration for Halloween. This model total pieces count is 355. I hope you will like and support this project. Thanks :D Lego Ideas link: My other MOC models: [MOC] Vintage Bus [MOC] Halloween Pumpkin Horse Carriage [MOC] ISUZU NPR Light Duty Truck [MOC] Karsan Jest Mini-Bus [MOC] Ford F150 XLT [MOC] London Double Decker Bus Dennis Enviro 400 [MOC] Lada VAZ-2105 [MOC] Subaru WRX [MOC] Classic Cadillac Convertible [MOC] Toyota 6th Gen. HiAce Van [MOC] James Bond Aston Martin DB5 [MOC] Toytoa HiAce van [MOC] Toyota GT86 [MOC] Office Desk [MOC] Ferrari F355 [MOC] Toyota AE86 Coupe (2018 version) in Initial D Animation [MOC] Police Motorcycle #2 [MOC] Sport Bike Stop Motion Speed Build [MOC] New York City Police (NYPD) Car [MOC] Lego Mini Cooper [MOC] Japan Tokyo Taxi vol.1 東京無線タクシー [MOC] Ice Cream Truck [MOC] LEGO California Highway Patrol [MOC] LEGO Police Car [MOC] Police Motorcycle [MOC] New York City Taxi / Cab [MOC] LEGO NYC News Stand [MOC] New York City Transit Bus [MOC] Newspaper Rack [MOC] Coke/Beverage Cooler Initial D AE86 Racer AC Transit Bus AC Transit Bus Short Version Ice Cream Van
  20. theycallmemrdarko

    My Halloween Village

    I used mostly existing Halloween themed sets and added a few spooky elements to others such as the Great Hall and Hagrid's Hut. Hoping to add a few more sets next year and create a more standard village-like layout. Full album found here:
  21. mouseketeer

    [MOC] Halloween Village Train

    Seen as the Winter Village goes in this forum, I figured a Halloween version would too! The Winter Village has had its train for a while, so I thought that now it's time for Autumn to have one. LEGO Halloween Village Train by inklingbricks, on Flickr Along with the locomotive (fully compatible with Power Functions), tender, and caBOOse, are five cars: - a Frankenstein Car, with SPINNING lightning rods to spark life into the monster on the slab. - a Man-Eating Plant Car, covered in vines and mushrooms with SNAPPING jaws as the train rattles along. - a Skeleton Stock Car, which two skeletal horses. - a Pumpkin Car, filled with varying sizes of pumpkins and watched over by a scarecrow. - a Toxic Tanker Car, with two SWIRLING cauldrons filled with acid. Close-up images are on my Flickr at
  22. It is the most spooky time of the year once again! So we have a super treat for you! A chance to win either or Yep, a trick or treater, or, thanks to @Darkdragon one random series 14 figure. And one of these excellent tags: ----- What we want to see is your most monstrous minifigures. Monsters, Ghoulies, Spooks and Scaries are all welcome here. Though there are a few rules: You need to be a member of Eurobricks who joined before the 20th October 2018.. This is a fun thing, so have FUN! The Minifigure must use original Lego pieces in it somewhere, NO clone ones. Custom parts are welcome. You can build either with real parts or use LDD, MLCad etc. The figure needs to be new - no recycling here please - just fresh stuff. The entry must be posted in this thread before Midnight (GMT), on the 31st October 2018 Your entry must include one image (and only one image) and be no larger than 800x600. One entry per qualified member. All members including the Staff can join, all but me that is  Two random qualifying builds will be drawn after entry closes and the creators will win the prize! So get making a monster and have fun.
  23. dr_spock

    [MOC] Spooky Train

    Boo! I made a spooky train for the Halloween themed Adult Night at our local LEGO Discovery Centre. I made the tender to fit a 9V train motor that my fellow LUG member provided and it ran perfectly on her 9V tracks. I also had a gondola full of deceased puppies. Unfortunately, it was too dark at the LDC to film that train with my phone. Spooky Train by dr_spock_888, on Flickr Happy Halloween! Rest In Pieces.
  24. Long time have not posted anything here. Perhaps 3 years? IMG_4398 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_4397 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr IMG_4401 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Secret unveiled (though you may not be interested in it). This Halloween MOC is placed upside down in order to make the spiders crawl on ceiling. In the meantime, I purposefully try to cover this up with lighting design and scene setup. IMG_4387 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr 44060345_1392232234241364_1103817804936642560_n by skcheung730, 於 Flickr Besides to scare people, these two spiders take the duty to hold the ladder onto the wall... Otherwise, the ladder will fall. 44057287_1392281490903105_1494581862331318272_n by skcheung730, 於 Flickr The skeleton minifig does not wish to stand up. It is simply pulled out by gravity. ? IMG_4398 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr After all, happy halloween!!!
  25. Baba Yaga is asking: are you dare come to my garden? More on my flickr. Check also The Wardrobe, my Lego Ideas project.