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  1. [MOC] Bree

    Hello! Here is a scene I built of a small town section of bree! This is my 6th and final CCC entry! It will be in the village life category! So, about the build, it is on a 35 x 35 base with a stud overhang on two sides, so it fits in 36 x 36. :) I estimate it being around 2000 pieces that are used in this. :) I had fun experimenting with a bunch of wacky angles, and I like the sagging feel that I got. It was a lot of fun to build, so I hope you enjoy! :D Pics: Mainly inspired by Legonardo and The Maestro's excellent builds. :) Unfortunately, because I had to finish this tonight, the lighting didn't turn out too great, but thanks to Classical Bricks, the edit still turned out great for the main pic, but the other two are kind of lacking. I am still really pleased with the build though. :) C&C Appreciated! I hope you enjoyed! To God be the glory!
  2. [MOC] Barrels Out Of Bond...

    Hello! This is my ninth of 19 posts I will be doing, where I will be building my way through the Hobbit story, one chapter per post, I will do this over the course of the year... This is also my fifth CCCXV entry! It will be in the ye olde switcheroo category! So, about the build. I did skip a few chapters, but I wanted to build this for the CCC, so here it is. :) The final build size is 48 x 46, so it just fit in the size limitations. :) This is my second to last build for the CCC, and unfortunately, I just don't have time to do Beorn's House now, but I will most likely bring it to BFAL. :) It was a lot of fun to build, so I hope you enjoy! :D Pics: Main inspiration is Graham Gidman's wonderful Barrels scene rendition! :) C&C Appreciated! I hope you enjoyed! To God be the glory!
  3. [MOC] Mirkwood

    Hello! Here I have built an 8 x 8 vig! Everything fits in the 8 x 8 base, except for about a stud on each side with the leaves, which is allowed. :) This is also my fourth CCCXV entry! It will be in the castle vignette category! (duh) ;) Pics: I am limited to three pics for a vig in the CCC, so that is all there is... :) C&C Appreciated! I hope you enjoyed! To God be the glory!
  4. [MOC] A Short Rest...

    Hello! This is my third of 19 posts I will be doing, where I will be building my way through the Hobbit story, one chapter per post, I will do this over the course of the year... This is also my second CCCXV entry! It will be in the fantasy fortress category! So, about the build. This build is actually a redo of this chapter, as I wasn't content with my previous attempt being up to the quality of the rest of the builds. So, this build's size is 46 x 26, and I would estimate I used around 2000 pieces. It was a lot of fun to build, so I hope you enjoy! :D Pics: Figless to show the floor pattern: So, I like this build, and it was really interesting to create, because I didn't use a single hinge anywhere in this build! :D Yeah, all of these round curves, and not a single hinge... :D So, that wasn't as much a challenge in the main rounded section of the build, but surprisingly, it was tough not to use something in the elvish rounded architecture at the back... :) Also, shoutout to Toltomeja's round path design, and Isaac and John Snyder's bench design that the dwarves are sitting on... :D C&C Appreciated! I hope you enjoyed! To God be the glory!
  5. [MOC] Roast Mutton...

    Hello! This is my second of 19 posts I will be doing, where I will be building my way through the Hobbit story, one chapter per post, I will do this over the course of the year... This is also my second CCCXV entry! It will be in the small misc. category! So, about the build. This build is actually a redo of this chapter, as I wasn't content with my previous attempt being up to the quality of the rest of the builds. So, this build's size is 31 x 27, and I would estimate around 1000 pieces. It was a lot of fun to build, and I finished it 2 weeks ago, but I am just now posting it. I hope you enjoy! :D Pics: Pretty happy with this build, it took a week to build, and I gotta get a move on things if I am gonna get 6-7 entries in, but, I will be done with my third build today, so that should help. And I will try to have my vig done in a couple days as well... :) C&C Appreciated! I hope you enjoyed! To God be the glory!
  6. [MOC] ROAD TO RIVENDELL

    Hi guys! I bring you my new MOC that represents the first half of the movie The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. This MOC begins in Hobbiton (The Shire) through the Old Forest where the Hobbits meet the Nazgûl, the Brandiwine river, the village of Bree, Weathertop and Rivendell. You can see the rest of the images in my Flickr album: https://www.flickr.com/photos/127927778@N04/
  7. Hello! This is my sixth of 19 posts I will be doing, where I will be building my way through the Hobbit story, one chapter per post, I will do this over the course of the year... This is my first entry to the CCCXV, and It is for the diplomatic mission category. So, about the build. This one is at maximum 32 x 57 x 41, but the rockwork narrows down to 20 x 28 at the bottom. I estimate it is around 3500 pieces, and it weighs around 12 pounds! The landscape is kind of unusual for me, and it is a dark green and olive green. While most of it is just SNOT, and some SNOTed off of SNOT, there are a few angles pieces in there, which I am happy with. :P Enjoy! :D Pics: The light grey is for the required lighter colored background in entering the competition: WIP pics can be viewed here, feel free to drop a like and a comment. :) Overall, I am pretty happy with this build. Even though it took a quarter of my building time in the CCC, I think it is worth it for spending that amount of time on it. It is the most rockwork I have done in one build yet, and I like it, the Christmas BL order turned out useful! :D Also, I will be going for 7 entries this year (all of which will be Hobbit related), so be looking out for the rest! :D C&C Appreciated! I hope you enjoyed! To God be the glory!
  8. [MOC] Sandyman's Watermill

    Hello! Over the past two and a half months, I have been building this scene from LOTR in Hobbiton showing Sandyman's Watermill, The Brandywine Bridge, and the Brandywine River. It is irregular on one of the sides, it ends up to roughly be around 70 x 70 studs, and is my third largest build! As I have said before, this took me two and a half months of on and off building. Overall, I think I worked on it for around 75 hours... I estimate it used around 10000 pieces... Anyways, now for the exciting part: The bridge definitely took the longest to complete, and it was what I started the build doing. The arches took me a couple tries to find, but I ended up doing the illegal technique with headlight bricks connecting front to back to create a gentle curve that worked great here IMO. After figuring out the arches, I began looking at a couple different stonework techniques by great builders all over, I still couldn't find one that fit the look of the inspiration picture I was looking at, so I decided I would make up my own technique, as you can see it is just simple SNOTed tiles with gaps to give it a little dimension. Next I started to build the watermill itself and continued the same stonework style with it. I used the generic tudor style for the build, and put a straw roof on top, which proved quite difficult because of the angles. Next it was on to landscape, where I did your average landscaping, and then covered it with plant leaves like my previous Hobbiton build. Then on to the water, which is trans. clear over different shades of blue. I will be competing in the CCC this year, so expect some builds coming in a little quicker than usual. :) For the WIP journey, and a few more pictures click here: Link. Please drop a like and a comment! C&C Appreciated! I hope you enjoyed! To God be the glory!
  9. [MOC] Riddles in the Dark...

    Hello! This is my fifth of 19 posts I will be doing, where I will be building my way through the Hobbit story, one chapter per post, I will do this over the course of the year... Anyways, about the build, this is on a 30 x 30 or so base, and is about 1000 pieces! The rockwork was also quite challenging, the smaller boulders were difficult to fit the sides together because of the limited space, while the big boulder was tricky because of all the strange angles... :D Enjoy! :D Here are some pics of the build: Here are some pics of the main boulder: And of course, some WIP pics: And the main pic again: I hope you enjoyed! To God be the glory!
  10. [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.
  11. Hello everyone! I am MovieMocs and I am new to the forums but I would like to share some of my favourite mocs I've created and I'd love some feedback to help make me a better builder. The first moc I will be posting is this one. A 3-D map of middle earth. It features these famous landmarks: Barad Dur Mt. Doom Minas Tirith Helm’s Deep The Iron Hills The Lonely Mountain/Smaug Laketown Mirkwood/Spiders High Pass Rivendell Weathertop Gandalf’s Fireworks Hobbit Hole Dol Guldur Please leave as much feedback as possible. Thanks so much!
  12. Map of Middle Earth MOC

    Hello everyone! I am MovieMocs and I am new to the forums but I would like to share some of my favourite mocs I've created and I'd love some feedback to help make me a better builder. The first moc I will be posting is this one. A 3-D map of middle earth. It features these famous landmarks: Barad Dur Mt. Doom Minas Tirith Helm’s Deep The Iron Hills The Lonely Mountain/Smaug Laketown Mirkwood/Spiders High Pass Rivendell Weathertop Gandalf’s Fireworks Hobbit Hole Dol Guldur Please leave as much feedback as possible. Thanks so much!
  13. [MOC] Over Hill and Under Hill...

    Hello! This is my fourth of 19 posts I will be doing, where I will be building my way through the Hobbit story, one chapter per post, I will do this over the course of the year... I built this back in May, for MELO, but it also worked out as my next build for my Hobbit Project, and I just haven't gotten around to posting it till now... Anyways, about the build, this is on a 50 x 30 ish base, and is about 1500 pieces, is super flimsy, and was a ton of fun to make! :D So, I hope you enjoy! :D Here are some more pics: And of course, some WIP pics: Again, this was built a while back, so you will probably recognize it from a previous post, still, please comment, like, and leave some constructive criticism! :D I hope you enjoyed! To God be the glory!
  14. MELO R3: Ithilien

    Hello! This is my entry for Round 3 of the Middle Earth Lego Olympics! My category was Ithilien, so I decided to build the fight between the oliphaunts and the rangers of Ithilien! Linky to MELO... :D So, onto the build: Again, no WIP pictures this time, as I just wanted to chug through this one without any advice... :D This build is roughly 70 x 60 at max with an irregular baseplate, the oliphaunts took around 5 days to build and the landscape took the other 3... (The first 2 days I was still scrambling for what to build...) So yeah, I really went out of my comfort zone for this one, I am not a pro at BBFs, but I really do like these, the heads are actually at a couple different angles off of each other, and the "nets" in the movie are out of lego capes... I hope the judges see that I went out of my comfort zone for this one... :D Anyways, I hope you enjoyed! This was a fun one! Good luck Classical! May the best Ithilien Ranger win! :D C&C Appreciated! To God be the glory!
  15. MELO R1: Goblin Town

    Welcome! This is my entry to MELO, it is on a 50 x 30 ish base, and is about 1500 pieces, it is a build of Goblin Town... Enjoy! Linky to MELO on Mocpages... :D This build went pretty quickly, but I had to have a bunch of minor changes, and it fell apart sometimes, along with trying to get an ok looking Brickbuilt Goblin... :D Anyways, here are some pics: Figless: Figs: And as always, WIP pics: So, if you didn't know, Round 1 of MELO is happening, and this is my entry to the contest, the Round 1 category is Poems/Songs, and I chose the Down To Goblin Town: Clap! Snap! the black crack! Grib, grab! Pinch, nab! And down, down to Goblin town You go, my lad! Clash, crash! Crush, smash! Hammer and tongs! Knocker and gongs! Pound, pound, down underground! Ho, ho! my lad! Swish, smack! Whip crack! Batter and beat! Yammer and bleat! Work, work! Nor dare to shirk, While Goblins quaff, and Goblins laugh, Round and round far underground Below, my lad! Good luck to my fellow MELO contestants, this is gonna be a expected and fun journey! (Hooray for bad puns!) :D ;) C&C Appreciated! To God be the glory!
  16. [MOC] A Short Rest...

    Hello! This is my third of 19 posts I will be doing, where I will be building my way through the Hobbit story, one chapter per post, I will do this over the course of the year... Anyways, about the builds, these are three builds, that I wanted to do, and I felt like they best fit into the Rivendell chapter best, so I decided to build three builds, and put them in one post... :D So, my first build is on an irregular baseplate, but it is roughly 36 x 52... Also, fun fact, of the colors that are showing minus the figs, there are only three colors total... :D Here is my main pic: Here are some pics of my first build: The ugly backside: Here is a pretty similar to the finished product WIP pic of my first build: So, my second build doesn't really have a baseplate, but it is roughly 39 x 16... Also, fun fact, of the colors that are showing minus the figs, there are only three colors total... :D Here are some pics of my second build: Here are some WIP pics of my second build: And finally, my third build, which also doesn't have a baseplate, and is about 30 bricks wide... Also, only three colors, if you don't include the texturing on the map... Here are some pics of my third build: Here are some WIP pics of my third build: I hope you enjoyed as much as I had fun building them!!!! My favorite is by far the second one, and I experimented with two different colors blended rockwork, all these have three different colors showing... :D C&C Appreciated! To God be the glory!
  17. Hello everyone, there is a contest, that comes around annually, and never ceases to impress, both with the fun from the participants, the difficulty deciding for the judges, and even the amazement of the viewers, of the the Middle Earth builds posted in the 5th annual Middle Earth Lego Olympics on Mocpages. I had the honor of helping set up the contest this year, and I am very excited for what is ahead, since the Mocpages forum is dying off, and we still want to have a competition that is fun, and challenging, we are advertising this contest on all other sites so that it can meet the expectations of the moccers on Mocpages. There will be six rounds, of different Middle Earth related such as Poems/Songs in the books and/or movies. Round 1 will be a free for all, which will be judges by 6 judges on a 1-10 point scale where the top 32 contestants will move on to the next round, then, from rounds 2-6, the rounds will be a one-on-one moc-off, where contestants will face off, and the judges will choose whose build they think is better. Please check out the contest by clicking the link below the banner: Mocpages Group Link!!!!!! Thanks so much for viewing, I hope you choose to compete, view, or donate to this great contest, no matter what you do, I hope you come along for the ride to Mordor! To God be the Glory!!!
  18. [MOC] Roast Mutton...

    Hello! This is my second of 19 builds I will be doing, where I will be building my way through the Hobbit story, one chapter per build, I will do this over the course of the year... Anyways, about the build, this is one of the bigger Roast Mutton scenes I have seen, and is on a 52 x 53 quarter irregular base. Here are some more pics: Here are some WIP pics: And here is the main pic again: This project started out pretty quickly, then kinda slowed down... I also had to clean my lego room, which surprising or not, took me about a week and a half to do... Another issue I faced, is the trolls themselves, as you can see, I am pretty bad with making brick-built creatures... :P I really struggle with that, and these (Which isn't great...) are my best brick-built creatures yet, otherwise, this IMO is a pretty good, and detailed moc... C&C Appreciated! To God be the glory!
  19. [MOC] An Unexpected Party...

    Hello! This is my first of 19 builds I will be doing, where I will be building my way through the Hobbit story, one chapter per build, I will do this over the course of the year... Anyways, about the build, this is the first olive green bag end! Or at least the first that I have seen, it is on a 32 x 32 baseplate. :D Here are some pics of the build: Please check out the full post on MP, I couldn't get the pictures small enough for this forum, other than this picture. Bag End on MP... Thanks for viewing! :D C&C Appreciated! To God be the glory! :D
  20. The table is too small for 13 dwarves! And the front..
  21. Hello fellow elves, orcs, hobbits and humans, this creation comes directly from the second Hobbit movie: The Halls of Thranduil While watching the movie for the first time the capital of the Woodland Realm already caught my attention and with the first Comic Con in Stuttgart, Germany,last year I had the perfect chance to build and show my version. I had a few challenges to deal with while building, but I'm pretty happy how it turned out. One was the sheer size of the original halls. My layout is already quite big, but to fit in all elements, I had to scale down a lot. Next to the inside I built the outside of the halls with a few trees to indicate the location of the halls in the Mirkwood Forest. I hope you like it. For higher resolutions of all pictures check them out on Flickr. Jonas
  22. Dwarven Trade in Dale

    My fourth entry into the 14th Colossal Castle Contest, for the Traveling Salesman Category. I was inspired by the architecture of Dale from The Hobbit, and also Legopard and The Brick Vader’s rendition of Venice. Every building has a full interior. The dwarves of Erebor sell many of their fine wares in Dale before continuing on their sales circuit to Mirkwood. Their skill in smithing and quarrying fine gems is well known. See all the pictures here. Thanks for looking, C&C welcome
  23. Happy Hobbit Day!- Lego stop motion

    Here is a little short stop motion about Pippin.
  24. Hello, I would like to let you know that a dedicated Middle Earth LEGO Minifigure Catalog is now available. It has the best photographs of all the LOTR/Hobbit Minifigures in it. I hope you enjoy it.
  25. Video Found Here: Specifications: Number of Gears: 4 Gear Ratio Spread: 5:1 - 1:1 Shift Reliability: 99% Friction Level: Low Transmission Type: Dual-Sequential Synchronized? Yes Auto-stop? No Optimal Transmission Motor RPM: 15 - 40 Length: 10 studs Width: 11 studs Height: 5 studs (6 with optional support) Note on dimensions: dimensions are measure to the furthest protruding point of the transmission; that is to say, the transmission does not actually occupy all of the space designated above. Also, I know that the measurement for width is greater than that of length, (which is against their very definitions) but length was measured as being parallel to the drive axles. This is the transmission I used in my RHM Wutzwerg (http://www.eurobrick...opic=125571&hl=) supercar. It is a dual-sequential transmission, meaning that it is actually a pair of 2-speed transmissions (one with ratios of 3:1 and 1:1, the other with ratios of 1.67:1 and 1:1) which are shifted in sequence to produce 4 distinct, sequential speeds. It is very smooth and very reliable, the only potential concern being that it can slip under <b>extreme</b> stress situations; this can be remedied by added a gear reduction later in the drivetrain. It does also lack an auto-stop function, however I will be posting an appropriate stepper-motor shortly. Instructions are here: https://drive.google...XVFRGc. Before building, please read the following important notes: -Instructions are in *.lxf (LDD - Lego Digital Designer) format. Sorry, I am horrible with other Lego CAD programs. -Green marks the drive input, red marks the drive output, and purple/pink marks the transmission shifting input. -I do ask that if you use this in a model, you give me credit as the designer of the transmission. -Elastics have to be fastened like this: http://www.moc-pages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=426942&id=/user_images/116595/1459193308m …so that the yellow part (orange in the instructions) is pulled on axis towards the shifting axle. -The yellow ribbed axle connectors in the instructions need to be replaced with the part below: http://www.moc-pages...595/1459193300m -Any questions, comments, or otherwise can be addressed to me in the comments and I will make an attempt to respond as quickly as possible. This thing won't accept pictures at the moment, so here's a full catalog of them: http://www.moc-pages.../moc.php/426942