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  1. Chevrolet Apache 1959 Harley Quinn's Custom tow race truck After I did the Joker's Dodge Challenger, I was looking to build some vehicle for Harley, I didn't want to make an existing one, like the stingray or mercury, also because I already have both buildings in my collection, so I was thinking in 3 models, Ferrari 288 GTO, Shelby Cobra or a 50's Chevy truck, based on my available Lego parts, I choose the Chevy and I didn't regret for one second! I think it fits perfectly Harley Quinn's personality. The most challenging part was to make a perfect balance between black and red, neatly I was thinking of just doing a custom low pickup truck, however, I saw the back was too empty, so I decided to turn it into a Tow truck with some disturbing gimmick 😅 1959's Chevy Apache - Harley Quinn's tow truck by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr 1959's Chevy Apache- Harley Quinn's tow truck by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr 1959's Chevy Apache- Harley Quinn's tow truck by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr 1959's Chevy Apache - Harley Quinn's tow truck by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr 1959's Chevy Apache - Harley Quinn's tow truck / 1970 Joker Dodge Challenger by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr
  2. Tasked with tracking down the Joker through his old associates, Harley's latest mission for the Suicide Squad takes an unexpected, darker turn. -Cast- Harley Quinn - Audrey Bacon Amanda Waller - Caitlin Buckley Joker - Joshua Hutcheson Dr. Collins - Rob O'Dwyer Check out the complete LDCU saga here! I've been meaning to make this for a while, and when the LEGO Batman Movie sets started coming out, it finally pushed me to action. The dynamic between Harley and the Joker is one of my favourite aspects of DC comics, and something I really want to explore further in the LDCU. As for the brickfilm itself, for once I'm actually pretty happy with how it came out! A lot of the vfx on the rooftop are a little half-baked but I've definitely learned a lot from attempting the smoke scene in particular. My shutter remote also started acting up halfway through shooting (gonna need to replace that soon) so there was a fair amount of unwanted camera shake I had to fix, but minor details. Consider supporting me on Patreon? Want to see more from Jam Pot Studios? YouTube: Facebook: Blog: Instagram: Flickr: Twitter:
  3. Dreams come true! My Batman LEGO stop motion will be released by Warner Bros! :D I won international contest on LEGO rebrick! Judges were from Warner Bros and LEGO Group. And they choose my work! That's awesome! There was over 600 films from all over the world. And only 3, including mine was GRAND PRIZE WINNERS! We are going to be released on DVD/Blu-Ray with LEGO Batman which is currently in theaters. I am so happy. And proud :) I can't find proper words! It is so awesome! Aaaaa :D P.S. Special thanks to Beti for letting use her voice in the movie :* As for the contest - Goals? Show LEGO Batman saving the day from a legendary villain. Entries will be judged upon - 25%: LEGO Batman humor, 25%: Creativity in LEGO Builds, 25%: Attention to LEGO Batman and villain story line and last 25%: Focus on the overall look and feel of the movie. And all that in 30 seconds :) Short story about making of: LEGO Gallery - [Brickfilm] Harley Quinn robs a Gotham Bank Follow my new MOCs and articles at: Facebook | Flickr | Google+
  4. godicex

    Lego Batman VS Harley Quinn

    Lego Batman VS Harley Quinn LEGO Batman Dance Off Part 02 Full Video Link: Lego Batman VS Harley Quinn Enjoy :D LEGO Batman Dance Off Part 01: LEGO Batman VS Bane
  5. Fast builds for Wacky Races contest organized by LUG. The goal was to create a crazy vehicle based on the brick number 10039 with pullback. Read more Bigger photos and full story here: LEGO Gallery - Batman and Harley Quinn pullback vehicles Follow my new MOCs and articles at: Facebook | Flickr | Google+ --- Notice: This is a shortened version of the post from LEGO Blog - Bricks' Treasure. And short video:
  6. Should or will DC's Suicide Squad and the Justice League join Lego Dimensions next? It seems like a natural fit since Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, the Joker, and Harley Quinn are already in Lego Dimensions. What about Suicide Squad? A bunch of Oddballs wrecking chaos in Lego- that's a riot waiting to happen! Here's a video detailing their strengths/attributes and weaknesses- Cheers! BoB
  7. To me Batman is the definite superhero ever since I was a child. Not only because of the Tim Burton film from 1989 was so much better than the Superman films (there wasn’t as much superhero-competition around back in the day!). I think what got me really hooked was the iconic animated series, which was launched a couple of years later, which picked up the tone of the film – and went off to give it its own and very distinctive feel. Oh, and it saw the first appearance of Harley Quinn, the mad psychiatrist, who fell for the Joker and became his hench-woman. One of the most iconic characters of the series, which leads us to today’s review of the Gotham City Cycle Chase, which features not only Batman and Deadshot, but also her in a prominent position! I happily admit that I didn’t really spent a thought on the bikes when getting this set. The character line-up was just too good for me to care about them. I wasn’t even sure if I would actually assemble them. I rather planned to use the parts for a proper batmobile instead (especially the tyres). But I figured, if I wanted to review the set, I should have at least assembled them once! When opening the box I was quite surprised to find the instructions in two volumes. I found that rather exotic for a relatively small set of 224 pieces, but it makes sense if you take into account that the pieces for the bikes come in different bags too. I think it is just meant to clarify the building process as much as possible and not mix up parts. As usual you start with putting together the minifigures. In this case its Batman and Harley Quinn. Deadshot follows in the second part of the instructions, together with the pieces for Batman’s bike. The characters seem to be modelled after the recent comics rather than the films, which works very well for me. I like Harley Quinn’s look in Suicide Squad, but I will never get used to stubby Batman ears. They just look as intimidating as cat-ears on a beanie-hat. Anyway, he looks pretty cool in this set and that’s the important thing here. The printing on his torso (back and front) is very neat. Just as you would expect it. It reminds me quite a lot on the 90s TV series. Sadly he doesn’t has dual-moulded legs or at least printing on them (yes, we are getting quite spoiled!). But he wears a new, soft fabric cape, which makes it easier to pose and sit him. Nice detail. The skin on his face is actually printed on a black head-piece. Quite unusual. It has a slightly more tanned look than other minifigures. Maybe Bruce Wayne is using spray tan to hide the lines of his mask? Harley features a lovely and quite extravagant blue and red outfit with corset and tiny metallic studs. It is really gorgeous to look at. No dual-moulding at the legs or the hair piece though. At least as far as I can tell as a non-injection-mould specialist. It at least appears to be painted rather, but looks very good and the colours are nicely separated.The little hole on top of her hair piece though just shouldn’t be there. But maybe it is an indicator that it was dual-moulded after all? Hard to tell. Her face is just perfect though. She looks cheerfully mad, which is just the right expressions for the character! Deadshot is a bit of an odd addition to the set. I would have expected a more classical villain from Gotham. Or maybe some random joker-henchman. He looks quite interesting though: His head and legs have a very cool metallic-colour, which gives the impression of a heavy armour suit. His torso and arms (he is the only character of this set who has printed arms) have some neat silver printing too. If you wouldn’t know better though, you would take him for a killer android instead of a guy in a metal suit. The only weirdness are the classic yellow hands, which look quite out of place on him. But since he has yellow gloves in the comics, that’s completely fine actually. Since he is the ony one in the set without a bike, he gets at least a quite impressive pair of gadgets for his job as sharpshooter: a king-sized bazooka-thing and a nice brick-build jetpack, which makes him not only very mobile, but also rather easy to hide and take the dark knight into his crosshair. The design of the bikes is relatively simple, with technic beams and connectors making up the frame. That makes them not only pretty lightweight, but also sturdy and quite modern and cyberpunk-looking. Not a bad thing at all. Building them is pretty straightforward too, as you would expect it. And thanks to the instructions and packaging it is almost impossible to pick the wrong pieces or the wrong places for them. The only part where I can imagine that inexperienced builders will have a moment of confusion or two will be putting the mounts for the wheels together. It’s not hard to do – just done in a pretty surprising way! All in all the bikes can’t quite meet the standards the minifigures, but at least they do a good job in matching the characters of their respective owners: Harley (perfect name for a biker btw!) Quinn’s bike is simply an odd thing with different sized wheels (big one front!) and an absurdly sized hammer mounted on a hinge, so that she can either punch down while passing by, or keep it tilted down and run people over with it. Not the most refined combat style, but simple and effective – and appropriately comical! Batman’s bike, on the other hand, is more refined and has some pretty nifty features: the rear fenders have stud-shooters and are mounted on ball-bearings, so they can be used quite effectively as gun turrets. Each of them also holds a clip for Batman’s gadgets, which are of course the typical batarang and a gun for shooting grappling hooks. Sadly it is mostly cosmetic though: it doesn’t has a rope or a shooting function. The overall appearance of the bike is more sleek and it looks really like something build for performance. Though, I am not quite sure what the rocket booster behind the driver seat is doing there. It is mounted about 45° upwards, so maybe it is supposed to create downforce – apart from not burning the tyre, as it would when pointing straight backwards! I am quite surprised what a lengthy review this became. Seems this set is a lot to talk about. I am quite happy that you get two of the most prominent characters of the franchise (and some other guy^^) at a comparably low price point. And they look indeed excellent. The bikes are pretty decent, too. Maybe a bit on the simple side, but they are totally fine for the price. I am very happy with the set and I’m sure it offers quite the play-value for kids too! Pieces: 224 Rating: 5/5 Also feel invited to check out my blog for more pictures!
  8. Deadshot is Task Force X's greatest marksman, but is his skill great enough for his superiors to forgive his reckless actions? Created by Jack Rizzo. -Cast- Amanda Waller - Caitlin Buckley Deadshot - Jack Rizzo Check out the complete LDCU saga here! Want to see more from Jam Pot Studios? YouTube: Facebook: Blog: Instagram: Flickr: Twitter:
  9. Like most, I love LEGO Harley Quinn! But I do NOT love the way the official sets have implemented her trademark carnival mallet. In all of the versions released to date, the handles are too small, the hammer ends are too oversized, and the gaps in the middle are distressingly obvious. I decided to try and come up with something a little more aesthetically pleasing by following these steps: 1. Begin with a 1x1 brick, modified with four side studs. 2. Attach a longer bar for the handle, so that it can be more easily held with two hands. 3. Use three 1x1 tiles to fill out the center. 4. Instead of 2x2 round bricks, use 2x2 round plates for the hammer barrel. 5. Add the 2x2 tiles to the ends. This works for both the black/red color scheme AND the reddish brown/tan color scheme. As a nifty bonus, using round plates instead of bricks lets you change up the colors to give the appearance of those bands you frequently see on traditional carnival mallets! Here's classic-outfit Harley modeling four variations for you: Here's another angle for a better sense of scale. These mallets are, IMO, still comically oversized without being ridiculous: Personally, I'm partial to variation #4. Here's Harley posing with a few of her fellow DC rogues... ...and facing off with a handful of familiar heroes... Hope you enjoy! And if anyone else would like to share their own rethought mallets here, I'd love to see them!
  10. Truth, Justice, and Pizza are all at stake when the Suicide Squad infiltrate Titans Tower. With his team captured, Nightwing must confront Slade Wilson (aka Deathstroke) in a deadly showdown which could be his last. Directed, Written, Animated, and Music composed by Tristan Kilmer Starring Bret Newton as Nightwing David Browne as Bronze Tiger, Cyborg, and Deadshot Sean Polite as Lex Luthor and Lexcorp Gaurd Neon Icy wings as Deathstroke Joshua Sims as Batman Julian Smith as Cyrus Gold Scott Glazer as Captain Boomerang Harleyquinnalinlin as Harley Quinn Like and Follow the Facebook page for the latest updates! Subscribe for new videos and watch the series unfold! Thanks for looking!
  11. FinalFeature

    Teen Titans Tower (Microscale)

    My latest film called for a Lego model of the Titans Tower so I made a microscale version of the tower. You can check out the Teen Titans film .The towers simple but so is the one from the comic, when I was trying to figure out the positioning of the shot I went with the iconic scene from the show with the Seagull in close perspective. Thanks for looking!
  12. Here is a recent project I did with my spare time and acrylic paint, I hope you like it. Lego DC Superheroes Acryllic Painting by Kez., on Flickr Also here is some sketches that I did to create the proportions for the painting. Lego superhero drawing-Flash by Kez., on Flickr Lego superhero drawing-Batman by Kez., on Flickr Lego superhero drawing-Robin by Kez., on Flickr Lego superhero drawing-Joker by Kez., on Flickr Lego superhero drawing-Bane by Kez., on Flickr As always, comments and criticisms are always appreciated, thanks for taking your time to look.
  13. Hi everyone, Before I begin I would like to apologise as I said I would do a full arkham review. Unfortunately due to some things coming up I will not have tome to do so untill after christmas at least. But I have opened all the packets just so I could review the figures for you. If you would like any more pics please say.Enjoy .First off here is a little look at the figures on the box, Nothing unusual here but I wanted to show you anyway.1 001 by Joker 789, on Flickr Here they are in all there Lego'y glory. 1 002 by Joker 789, on Flickr Going in box order we start with Batman. He is of course the usual black suited batman but with his glider piece in black. Nothing too special but nice none the less.1 003 by Joker 789, on Flickr It is cool because you can now play out classic arkham city/asylum game scenes like this one- He has the usual back printing and reverse face. And he has the new moulded mask that i really like.1 004 by Joker 789, on Flickr Here he is with his opposite, They are both nice but I like the glider better in black. 001 by Joker 789, on Flickr Here he is with his non glider figure and the opposite colour glider batman. 002 by Joker 789, on Flickr Next we have Me, Yes the wounderful, Beautiful all round great Joker. And in my stylish new suit . I have taken a liking to the arkham suit as it is nicely detailed 003 by Joker 789, on Flickr It has my prision number on the back of 109370 (Arkhams set number with a 0 on the end), And the usual double sided face as seen on the previous joker. 005 by Joker 789, on Flickr Close up of my number. 1 009 by Joker 789, on Flickr Here is me alongside non prisoner Joker and 2008 Joker.1 010 by Joker 789, on Flickr Now I have some bad news. We have to move on to the waste of space known as robin . At least he is not as awful as before. He now has black legs, A black hood and a short cape, As seen on hobbit figures. 1 011 by Joker 789, on Flickr He is evedently based on the Arkham games interpritation of robin- He has the same back printing as before plus the same reverse head. Nothing else to say really.1 012 by Joker 789, on Flickr Here he is with his equally awful predocessor, They are both a waste of space and I would destroy them both to get a nightwing. 006 by Joker 789, on Flickr Moving on to a nicer figure we see the fantastic scarecrow, Possibly my favorite new figure and certanly a marvel to look at. Like Joker he is superbly detailed.1 014 by Joker 789, on Flickr I would like to give extra credit to the face design as it is absoloutely wounderful and could not be any better in my oppinion. 1 015 by Joker 789, on Flickr Not only is his face detailed but so is the back of his head. He has wounderful stitch marks all around. And his back is detailed too. 1 016 by Joker 789, on Flickr Though he looks even better with his old weapon- 1 017 by Joker 789, on Flickr I tried using the face for an Arkham Asylum stlye scarecrow, What do you think? 1 018 by Joker 789, on Flickr The face also works as a movie style figure mask- 1 019 by Joker 789, on Flickr Moving on we have the lovely poison ivy, Though she is a carryover she is still as great as ever. 1 020 by Joker 789, on Flickr She has the same back print and reverse head as before. 1 021 by Joker 789, on Flickr Here she is with my custom Ivy made from leftover batman 2006 parts. 1 022 by Joker 789, on Flickr Next we have a standard guard, He has left his bank job after the Two-Face incident and is now working at Arkham. 1 023 by Joker 789, on Flickr Boooring! No back print or reverse head. 007 by Joker 789, on Flickr Here he is with some other guards I made, I must admit I like the old guard body print better. 1 025 by Joker 789, on Flickr Now we come onto the only Unique figure of the set, Dr Harleen Quinzel. She looks absoloutely perfect and very well detailed. 1 026 by Joker 789, on Flickr She has full backprinting and a reverse head (Shown below) 1 027 by Joker 789, on Flickr As i'm sure you know Harleen Quinzel is really..... Harley Quinn! We see here that her other face is her harley face. The set also comes with her jester hat for when she is out of duisguise. 008 by Joker 789, on Flickr She has the same face print as harley from the funhouse, Dont they look great together . 1 029 by Joker 789, on Flickr Interestingly the new hat has a glossy finish while the old one was rough and not shiny? 1 030 by Joker 789, on Flickr Last but by no means least we have the Penguin, He is designed brilliantly and I fell instantly in love with the figure. He has the crafty expression you want on a figure. All the detailing is great and we get short legs in lilac! Horray 009 by Joker 789, on Flickr He also has nice simple backprinting and no reverse head (As it would show behind the hat). 010 by Joker 789, on Flickr Here he is with my custom penguin. 1 033 by Joker 789, on Flickr Here we have all the vilians of the set together. 1 034 by Joker 789, on Flickr And here are a few of the 2012/13 Batman vilians. 1 035 by Joker 789, on Flickr I hope you enjoyed reading the review as much as I enjoyed making it. Merry Christmas -Joker