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  1. Lego Harry Potter (2018) ---- August 1st Release: 75954: Hogwarts Great Hall - $99.99 878 pieces Press Statement: 75953: Hogwarts Whomping Willow - $79.99 Press release 75955: The Hogwarts Expresss - $79.99 Press release 75956: Quidditch Match - $39.99 Press release
  2. Admit it,we all were filled with joy when the news droped that 2018 will see new "Wizarding World/Harry Potter" sets. One set that caught my attention was that amazing black coach from the second "Fantastic Beasts..." movie with the introduction of a new mold for the Thestral,those creepy and cool horses with bat wings. Lego did a nice job,but i thought the Thestral could need a bit more articulation for the wings.Usually,they only move up and down,which looks okay and fits when dragging a victorian era coach through the air... IMG_20180906_230841 IMG_20180906_230826 But what if you want to have the Thestral in a MOC or just want to depict a wild Thestral?They don´t always run around with heir wings spread out left and right... How about folding them to the back IMG_20180906_231207 Or unfold them at an angle? IMG_20180906_230900 With the use of 5 additional bricks,you can do this as well... IMG_20180906_231011 IMG_20180906_231016 IMG_20180906_231049 I hope you like this neat little modification.
  3. Inspired by those crazy show rods from the 60s and 70s,i decided to give Grindelwald´s coach from this recent set a little makeover. Magic Hotrod-1 As you can see,the base for this wild ride is still pretty much Grindelwald´s old victorian era coach,but with a few more horses and fat tires.... Magic Hotrod What do you think of it so far?
  4. I recently acquired some HP CMFs, and those from Fantastic Beasts (except for Tina, who comes from the Dimensions set) inspired me to try my hand and build Jacob Kowalski's Bakery. As far as I know (via Google search), up to now nobody really tried to re-create the whole thing in LEGO. Please let me know what you think of it, and maybe get inspired to make your own versions. KowalskiBakery_000 by LuxorV, su Flickr KowalskiBakery_004 by LuxorV, su Flickr KowalskiBakery_005 by LuxorV, su Flickr Hope you like it, and thanks for watching.
  5. Hi, y'all, long time lurker here and train/harry potter enthusiast! With the release of the entire wizarding word line i got super excited and most of all i was begging we would get another, more realistic Hogwarts express. When it came out, however, i was: "cute, it has even pistons, but it feels so small": i immediately started thinking how to modify it. It is the first real project i complete in LDD and manage to transpose in real bricks and i wanted to share with you. Comments/criticism/suggestions are welcome! Note: for the engine i tried to keep the overall aesthetic and the gimmick that permits to block the front wheels. Sorry for the long post, here are the pictures: Hogwarts express modified by luigi.ferrara84, su Flickr Hogwarts express modified engine by luigi.ferrara84, su Flickr Hogwarts express modified engine and tender by luigi.ferrara84, su Flickr Hogwarts express modified carriage by luigi.ferrara84, su Flickr Hogwarts express modified carriage 2 by luigi.ferrara84, su Flickr IMG-0017 by luigi.ferrara84, su Flickr IMG-0020 by luigi.ferrara84, su Flickr
  6. Dear Eurobricks! Today I'm glad to invite you to the real Magical World! This topic can become our Hogwarts and unite all the Wizards who love Magic and Bricks! :) This is the FULL creation of the Magical Films in LEGO, with all the characters (custom and official minifigures) and MOCs of the places from the Wizarding Universe. You will see many surprises, LIVE versions of the magical creatures ;-) and wizards alongside with the new LEGO Minifigures 2018! Join in, enjoy the journey and SHARE your Magical MOCs in this topic! Let's start! "No way, little thief"! 1 by ☺ ☼, on Flickr 2 by ☺ ☼, on Flickr
  7. I was inspired by the plane chase mechanism on jk brickworks so I attempted the chase scene in 'Goblet of Fire'. After many attempts, Harry has taken to the skies again with the HH dragon in hot pursuit. This is part of a large collaborative build which will be displayed at the BrisBricks Expo in early October. 32368857_1932006000195537_6762108364655689728_n by Russell Bates, on Flickr
  8. InvisibleTimmy

    (MOC) Dumbledore’s Office Vignette

    This is a small model that I created to display the Harry Potter CMFs. It I looks pretty good in my opinion. Tell me what you think below.
  9. Legoginge

    Magic in the City

    Hi everyone I'm putting together a series of photos using the new Harry Potter minifigures called "Magic in the City". It will have roughly 10 parts or photos to it and will be posted to my instagram over the next few weeks. The first one is here https://www.instagram.com/legoginge/ please have a look/like and follow if your interested in seeing the rest! Cheers Richard (legoginge)
  10. Hello everyone! Maybe someone know me already. I'm a fan of LEGO BrickHeadz, running my own blog with all the latest news and reviews. My BrickHeadz Reviews are in german language and not timelapsed / speed builded. Here is my Let's Build / Review for the LEGO BrickHeadz #41621 Ron Weasley & Albus Dumbledore Set. Enjoy!
  11. For years I’ve always wanted a small scale Quidditch pitch set but never got around to building it with the old set even though I purchased extra players. Well I didn’t want to wait long with the new set. I didn’t use many parts from the second set other than the goal pieces but I wanted those extra players too. Here’s what I ended up with: The full Quidditch Pitch. Ideally the goal areas wouldn’t be raised up so much or I could have built up the field surface more but this will suffice. A Weasley bro taking out a Slytherin while Hermoine casts a spell on Snape in the stands The semi trans long pieces work gray to simulate flight Angelina Johnson takes a shot! Thanks for looking!
  12. Long-time member, sometime speaker. I thought it was time to get more active in the AFOL community, so I've started a YouTube channel. The first batch of videos will consist of my reviews of the new Harry Potter sets and Collectable Minifigure Series. Please find the first video, a review of the polybag 30407: Harry's Journey to Hogwarts, below. I'll add more reviews as I make them. Apologies for the varying picture quality. It's my first try! And I'm thinking: I should probably include more close-ups of the actual LEGO next time... Still, I hope this proves useful and/or entertaining to you. Thanks!
  13. Hi all. I've recently made some decals for some Harry Potter characters. Hope you all like them. Feel free to add anything to them if you want.
  14. Hi all! First of all sorry my bad English, not native speaker here. After seeing again all the Harry Potter movies and reading most of the books, I wanted to add some harry potter lego to my colecction. I then realised why I don't have any of the Hogwarts castle Sets, I think theyre all awful. The are incomplete, they only include rooms from one movie, and if you buy more than one, you get to have repeated minifigures and rooms. So I wanted to make my own version of it, considering a UCS version playset, something like the Death Star con Star Wars theme, but bigger. I set myself some goals: - Include all the rooms that appear in more than one film (Chamber of secrets, great hall, entrance, dumbledore's office, each house bedrooms and common room, and many more) - include small side-sets like Hagrid's Hut or the herbology class - It has to be modular, and it has to be openable to play inside. - Most of the rooms have to be closed by wall, so set can be displayed. After two hours of prototyping and trying some structures, this is the first thing that I have: The room on the left is the Great hall. On the right, there will be the library and Dumbledore's army Headquarters. Both basements can be opened. One will be the Chamber of secrets, and the other will be potion's class, as well as some rooms from the Philosopher's stone (I don't think I got the name right) The idea from now on is to grow the side modules one or two more fllors, to fit there the common and bedrooms, Umbridge's desktop and Dumbledore's office. There is room for a rear module, in which there will be The astronomy tower, or maybe other iconic location I can't think of now. Once the build is complete I will release the .lxt file and I will try to get instructions in PDF and parts list in xml, but I simply don't know what software to use. Thanks for reading!
  15. Itaria No Shintaku

    Harry Potter CMF Guessing Game

    Hello guys! I am a bit away from the forum right now for different reasons but I want to give my small contribution with this game. Here are the rules: you have to list 22 characters from Harry Potter. +1 point if the character is correct +2 points if the character is correct and wears the outfit you described. Do not post (please guys ) a wishlist, but a list of the ones you believe they are more likely to appear. Results will be posted once the list is confirmed by TLG. As usual, I go first. 1) Viktor Krum Goblet of Fire Outfit 2) Fleur Delacour, Goblet of Fire Outfit 3) Hermione Granger, kid (probably with cat) 4) Hermione Granger, teenager 5) Ron Weasley, kid (probably with mouse) 6) Ron Weasley, teenager 7) Harry Potter , kid (probably with owl) 8) Harry Potter, teenager (all latest 6 in casual outfit, not in school uniform) 9) Draco Malfoy, kid, Slytherin Outfit 10) Neville Longbottom Gryffindor Outfit 11) Minerva McGonagall Witch Oufit 12) Dobby slave outfit 13) Griphook, elegant outfit 14) Fred Weasley casual outfit 15) Sirius Black, Order of the Phoenix Outfit 16) George Weasley casual outfit 17) Albus Dumbledore, White Heaven Outfit 18) Severus Snape 19) Luna Lovegood Ravenclaw outfit 20) Ginny Weasley Gryffindor Outfit 21) Petunia Dursley, normal outfit 22) Vernon Dursley normal outfit And this is my list. Still I hope for a Dementor and a Centaur, but doubts are many Enjoy!!!
  16. With the new Harry Potter sets I wondered what a new Chamber of Secrets would look like. I would like the Basilisk to be moulded so I focused on the environment itself. Including the snake entrance and the tunnels Harry escaped through in the films before confronting the Basilisk again.
  17. Lord Voldemort has no nose, so why does his minifigure have one?
  18. Farseer Petriel

    [MOC] Hogwarts Castle

    Hi Eurobricks! Here is the Hogwarts Castle I made for Russian Fan Forum of Lego Moscow Festival "Builders’ Battle 2018" which was held on April 1st 2018 (this is not a joke). In 2001, when I was a little kid, I dreamt of 4709 Hogwarts Castle but could not get it because I preferred other sets such as 7163 Republic Gunship. As such, seventeen years later I made a Hogwarts MOC looking like an ultimate exclusive set from an alternate reality and combining best elements from 2001-2007 and 2010 Harry Potter sets. To overcome my bricks' limits, I took the layout of the Harry Potter theme park in Orlando. Therefore, my MOC consists of Great Hall, Grand Tower and Astronomy Tower combined with the Viaduct entrance hall: The Dementors and Hedwig fly over the castle's towers: The interior of the castle: The feast in Great Hall is full of different and tasty food: You can see floating candles, banners of the Houses and a house point-calculating machine. The entrance hall antechamber can be separated from the Great Hall: Hogwarts heraldry at the entrance: A suit of armor protects the castle, ready to be animated by the wizards: The Grand Tower is the tallest structure of Hogwarts: It includes the library, the Gryffindor common room and the Gryffindor dormitory: Harry is sneaking in the library with the help of Lumos and Marauder's Map while Ginny is drinking tea in the common room: Neville and his Remembrall: The lower floors: The dungeons and the Defense Against the Dark Arts classroom which is currently used by McGonagall and Hermione for extra Transfiguration lessons: The dungeons contain the Slytherin common room and the Potions classroom: The second entrance hall, Dumbledore's office and the Divination classroom: The Astronomy Tower and the Owlery: - After all this time? - Always. During the Festival, Hogwarts was displayed on the City diorama alongside modular buildings, UFO and Ghostbusters' HQ: More photos can be seen in my Flickr album.
  19. Legofin2012

    [MOC] Hagrid's Hut

    “Don’ you worry, Harry. You’ll learn fast enough. Everyone starts at the beginning at Hogwarts, you’ll be just fine. Just be yerself. I know it’s hard. Yeh’ve been singled out, an’ that’s always hard. But yeh’ll have a great time at Hogwarts — I did — still do, ’smatter of fact.” -Hagrid This was requested by my lovely girlfriend, who's a huge Harry Potter fan, so here's Hagrid's hut from the first and second HP films. A fun build to try new wall techniques for me, and the roof was a pain in the bum. Also RIP Millennium Falcon, your sacrifice is much appreciated... Interior: Thanks for looking!
  20. sander1992

    Hogwarts Castle

    Hi everyone, The last months I have been busy. For the next Legoworld in the Netherlands we (me and my brother) want to show a large landscape with various locations and scenes of the Harry Potter series. I have created a castle a little bit based on books and/or films, but this is my version of the Hogwarts castle. In the castle there are various rooms and classrooms. The stairs in the staircase can move and are powered by Power Functions. Here is an overview of the castle. Here is a picture of the entrance and the big hall. Underneath the entrance are the living rooms of Slytherin and under the big hall is the magic potions classroom. Here is a picture of the entire staircase. For more pictures you can look into my Flickr album. Flickr album of Bricks and Trains The Flickr album shows more pictures of the event, where my castle was present. Feedback, comments and questions are welcome. Sander
  21. If you're following me on flickr you probably didn't get around seeing these - and you probably asked yourself once or twice if I lost my marbles. The past weeks I posted a series of vignettes following Harry's adventures in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - with an almost daily upload (and a break of almost 4 weeks) from beginning to end. I was inspired by Marcel / marcu44, whose series I was following up with. Now I'm parting ways with Harry and the following weeks Kevin / StarWarsKev will cover the third book. Its about time that I present my vignettes in one post - there are 30 in total. One thing upfront: Some of the vignettes only work thanks to a little wizardry in the photoshop department. If you're offended by that - well.. your loss I only used this tool in a few exceptions and if you know me you should actually be used to it by now I didn't quote half of the book like I did over on flickr. Thats just too much - but if you haven't done so I recommend that you read the Harry Potter novels or watch the movies. And now... Off to Hogwarts! #001 - Dobby's Warning #002 - Petunia's Masterpiece #003 - The Burrow #004 - Breakfast and Letters #005 - Floo Powder #006 - Borgin and Burkes #007 - Flourish and Blotts #008 - King's Cross #009 - Flying to Hogwarts #010 - Snape's Office #011 - The Howler #012 - Mandrakes #013 - Pixie Pandemonium #014 - Eat Slugs! #015 - Mrs Norris #016 - The Rogue Bludger #017 - The Polyjuice Potion #018 - The Duelling Club #019 - Fawkes #020 - The Slytherin Common Room #021 - The Polyjuice Potion, Pt. 2 #022 - Tom Riddle's Diary #023 - Spiders, Spiders #024 - Heading off #025 - In the tunnels #026 - Revelations #027 - The Basilisk #028 - It's over #029 - Choices #030 - Freedom And this concludes Harry's second adventure. Many thanks if you paid attention until now. Many thanks also to those that supported me with their feedback during the past weeks - without you I would probably given up sooner or later Do you have a favourite scene? Here are all of them one last time next to each other: With magical regards Markus
  22. sander1992

    MOC: Sirius Black

    Hi everyone, I participated on a contest of LowLUG. The contest was to build something what has something to do with: in fire and flame. Maximum 16 x 16 studs and 20 bricks high. The third and last build was Sirius Black. I wanted to create the face of Sirius Black in the fire. I had the printed tile as example for the shape, but the colors of the printed tile were terrible. I used a lot of spike (?) parts for the hair, but it felt incomplete and I had no idea to change it. For more pictures see my Flickr album Sirius Black. Questions and feedback are welcome. Sander
  23. I figured today (or rather yesterday) was a good day to post this since it is (was) September the first, or as J.k. Rowling calls(ed) it, "Return to Hogwarts" day! Wow, Harry Potter has really made a huge re-resurgence in the last few months. Then again, with that new movie and the books coming out, I figure why not join the hype. Anyway, I showed a sneak preview earlier this year, and this is the finished product. I'm pretty happy with it. Probably may change a few things here and there. The scene depicts the trio of young wizards escaping the Wizarding bank Gringotts ( ) and continuing their dangerous quest to hunt down the horcruxes and defeat the darkest wizard of all, Lord Voldemort!The most exciting part is, of course, the Ukrainian Ironbelly, a dragon I am especially fond of. A big thank you to Marcel for helping me with the building and an even bigger one to Markus for helping with the photo-editing. Logo from here. Harry Potter, Gringotts, Ukrainian Ironbelly and all related names, images, etc. are property of J.K. Rowling and Warner Brothers Studios. .... and of course thank you J.K. Rowling for creating such a wonderful series of stories! I didn't like the photo of the other side that shows Hermione wearing the Bellatrix disguise. I highly recommend you check out the video by Beyond the Brick here for more. Thanks to the amazing folks at BTB! .... and here's the sneak peek shot from earlier this year: Please be sure to check it out on Flickr when you have a chance!
  24. kjm161

    Fawkes Box MOC

    Came across my Chocolate Frog box and wanted to create something similar out of Lego. Instead of containing a chocolate frog it has Fawkes inside, hence the Fawkes box. The Nexo shields work to create a domed pentagon shape. I used custom stickers to get the colours mostly right. Fawkes Box by Karen Metz, on Flickr Fawkes box by Karen Metz, on Flickr Fawkes box by Karen Metz, on Flickr Fawkes box by Karen Metz, on Flickr
  25. (Note to mods: please leave this in the train tech forum, as it is be Harry Potter related, but it is more of a train build than anything else. Thanks in advance!) Since the rumor is that Harry Potter is coming back this summer, but without the Hogwarts Express. I thus made my own, but we will see if it gets built in real bricks by summer..... HP universe / Film History: Leaving from Kings Cross' Platform 9 & 3/4 to Hogsmeade Station at exactly 9 AM, the Hogwarts Express carries students (and sometimes faculty) to and from Hogwarts' School of Witchcraft & Wizardry in the Harry Potter series of books and movies. It has been seen in every Harry Potter film, from it's first appearance in the beginning of Philosophers Stone to it's last at the end of Deathly Hallows. (part two) The Hogwarts Express is usually only in the film for a short while, and it is generally a pleasant journey from Kings Cross to Hogsmeade, although Harry Potter, Ron Weasley and a certain Flying Ford Anglia might beg to differ! The Hogwarts Express is usually made up of four corridor passenger coaches, although sometimes a special fifth coach is attached with an open floor plan. The train is supplied with all kinds of goodies and sweets, from Bertie Botts Every Flavor Beans to Chocolate Frogs. The locomotive is a heavily modified version of LDDModelmaker's Black 5 model with some parts from set 79111, Constitution Train Chase. The tender features a three wheeled bogie design modified from the one in Anthony Sava's ALCO MRS-1. The middle axle moves side to side, as to allow going through switches and curves without issue. The numbers 5 9 7 2 go on the sides of the tender... it's not prototypical, I know, but it works well enough. Also, The boiler is a modified version of set 79111's Constitution steam engine. In this false-color image, the red parts slide, the blue ones stay put to allow for the loco to go around curves and switches. (BTW: There are parts underneath that keep the sliding bogie from falling out.) The train is currently made up of five cars that are slightly different than the actual British Railway MK I coaches used in the films. The Hogwarts Express is usually made up of four corridor passenger coaches, although sometimes a special fifth coach is attached with an open floor plan. Also, the end car is not accurate to the films, but is what I prefer to the alternative: a gangway leading nowhere with no red light on the end. the baggage / coach car (known as a combine) three regular coaches guard coach This was made by me in Microsoft Paint sometime in 2014, and was based off a image from a Google search of the Hogwarts Railways logo. EDITED 7/4/2017 to bring up to date with new pictures and ldd file. Model to be built in real life sometime around Christmas 2017. EDITED 1/19/18: Since the rumor is that Harry Potter is coming back this summer, but without the Hogwarts Express. I thus made my own, but we will see if it gets built in real bricks by summer..... Any questions, thoughts, or complaints are welcome!