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Rui Miguel posted a topic in LEGO Historic ThemesThe Fellowship Of The Ring™ BrickHeadz Collection (LOTR Product Concept) By Rui Miguel “Nine companions. So be it. You shall be the Fellowship of the Ring” When I heard the news from Promobricks of the possible revival of The Lord Of The Rings LEGO Theme, I was like: “One does not simply revive LEGO LOTR” and I thrilled if this turns out to be true. So during the past 2 weeks, I set myself the challenge to reimagine the Fellowship into BrickHeadz scale. I divided them into three different sets: the idea is to make that iconic silhouette when they are traveling and headed to Mordor. I think that would look cool to display, play and worthy of our collections. A little about the process: I use the piece count from Harry Potter BrickHeadz as an indicator of how many pieces I could use, to make it as realistic as an official release. But I must confess I feel like I cheated this time because I used certain parts in which the color has not been released yet and a lot of printed pieces. If Frodo and Gandalf BrickHeadz are coming next year in January I wonder if the LEGO design team used on their versions any of these parts in these new colors. Can’t wait for 2023! Hope you enjoy my take on these BrickHeadz 😉 Gandalf™, Frodo™ & Legolas™ Aragorn™, Merry™ & Gimli™ Bill, Samwise™, Peppin™ & Boromir™ UPDATE: The Witch-king Of Angmar Brickheadz (Product concept): here One Brick To Rule Them All If you haven't, check out my other projects Star Wars Utapau Defense Star Wars ROTJ 40th Anniversary TIE Interceptor MARVEL SDCC Exclusive Ghost Rider Midnight Race
Remember what Bilbo used to say: “It's a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don't keep your feet, there's no knowing where you might be swept off to.” This scene is about the departure of the Hobbits and includes: - Meeting Merry and Pippin at Farmer Maggot's Fields - The hiding from the Ringwraiths in the hollow under a tree root - Escaping the Nazgul at the Bucklebury Ferry In addition to all the trees, plants and animals, a total of fourteen minifigures (including a skeleton Easter Egg) have been used. Wherever possible, I‘ve included my own interpretation - e.g. recognizable by the hut near the river. As is the case with larger buildings, I find it difficult to capture all the attention to details in a few pictures. Nevertheless, I hope that you’re able discover at least some of it BTW: This is actually an older build (about 7 years old). Unlike some others, I didn't disassemble it. Instead it has been updated with some more modern parts, colors and techniques. Thank you for your time - and I look forward to your feedback in the comments. Yours, Tobi aka MM