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  1. Hello all. As Lego has moved along over the years, I have noticed steady increase in pieces that are updated with new molds. One that surprises me that has not been updated is the 2x2x2 slope piece used to represent dresses, robes, etc. Am I the only one that thinks this should be updated with a new piece? I have never liked the fact that using this piece makes a minifigure 1 plate taller than they should be, the arms can't sit flush against the torso (because it's wider than regular legs), the figure is static because the torso can't bend, they don't hold together well when played with, and dresses aren't square (well, you know what I mean). Why has Lego not created a new dress mold or standard minifigure equivalent? I don't mean to make this into a gender issue... but could this be because the major focus for girls' play is now the Friends, Disney Princess, Elves, etc. lines with minidoll style figures? My kids enjoy minidolls and minifigures, but I have noticed they like to use regular minifigure legs over these slope dresses. Just seems overdue for a new piece. Thoughts?
  2. Hello Friends! I study 3D modeling and can make a person head in miniature to become a LEGO minifigure. It can be 3D printed to get something like on the photo below (see 3D preview here: https://skfb.ly/6tUnN )!
  3. Hi All, I'm looking for LEGO Prototype figures/pieces (preferably Star Wars but will hear anything out) as well as any other rare LEGO items. I recognize the high cost some of these items command and am willing to pay them. Please shoot me a PM if you have any of these items are know of someone that does! Thanks, Samuel
  4. My Scarab SRV project. It's a planetary vehicle from video game Elite: Dangerous. On Flickr, and Lego Ideas, please support. Thanks.
  5. Hello everyone, I would like to present a project that I submitted on Legoideas. The Central Perk of the F • R • I • E • N • D • S series Central perk of F•R•I•E•N•D•S I will soon reach the 5000 supporters, and I need you to get there. So if you like the project do not hesitate to support me here: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/156030 Thank you
  6. Hi Everyone, I haven't seen any posts about displaying minifigures in picture frames recently, so I thought I share with you my version. I made these 5 display frames for my Lord of the Rings/Hobbit minifigure collection. It doesn't contain all the minifigs from the themes, I deninitely wanted to create a nice display instead. The 5 frames are: Elves, Orcs (including 1 goblin soldier), Wizards (=Istari, incl. 2 blue wizards from other themes), Dwarfs (+Bilbo) and the fellowship of the ring (incl. Gandalf the White, King Theoden, Elrond and Gollum). I can place some bigger minifigs (for ex. Goblin King) on the top of the frames. I've used IKEA Ribba frames (23x23 cm). I've edited special backrounds for the individual displays. The minifigs are standing on 2x4 bricks, which are glued to the background. These bricks allowed me to apply stickers to sign the minifigs and to add extra parts (for ex. the arkenstone for Thorin). Unfortunatey, I couldn't use the glass of the original frame, because there wasn't enough space due to the equipments of the minifigs. Thus, I can't prevent them from dust... Creation process: As you can see, the bricks aren't glued on the photo, they are connected directly to the board. The final result: Thanks for stopped by!
  7. Hello all, Many of you may have come across my father JimH in previous forums related to this topic. If you have read any of his posts, you would understand that I am one of the five winners of Lego Magazine's 14k Solid Gold C-3PO Lego mini figure giveaways from the Spring/Summer of 2007. As I am much older now and will be graduating from college in the Spring, my desire to sell the piece has increased. The revenue generated from selling the figure will help put me in a nicer financial standing as I head off into the real world. I will have my father comment on this thread as proof that I am his son and owner of the C-3PO figure. If you have any questions about the piece itself, estimates to what it is worth, or would like to make an offer on the piece, please do not hesitate to post in this thread or email me directly at -removed- May the force be with you! P.S. I am aware that my father has posted pictures of the figure in the past. Unfortunately, I am currently working as an intern away from home this summer. However, once I am back in a few weeks I plan to post updated pictures of the figure for further proof.
  8. Twin Peaks - Damn Good Coffee!

    Custom Minifig - FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper from Twin Peaks
  9. What Minifigure is This?

    Hi all! Use to this topic to ask people to help you to identify minifigures It happens I have one today! A while back the minifigures from the UCS Snowspeeder were leaked. But I was wondering, who is the brown+green minifigure on the left of this picture? Could it be an upcoming figure, or have we seen a similar one released already? Thanks!
  10. Been playing with customizing a few minifigures lately. I know it's not a purist mod, but it's been fun to add a little extra to these. Here's the first completed, Jedi Master PLO Koon
  11. Custom Minifigure Pricing

    Hi, was looking for some input and thoughts on this topic. Is there any particular reason that custom minifigure prices are all over the place, even for ones equal in quality. Granted, some of the digitally printed ones do not have the best print, but I have seen good quality digital prints going from anywhere between $25 and $60, same really for pad printed figures. Just curious what determines the prices really as a lot of people seem to buy them regardless, but there seems to be such a gap even when they are equal in quality.
  12. So this game is over, and the SCARECROW won it. If however you are fan of another minifigure, stay tuned. Another game will start. Series 3 ELF, Series 15 SATYR/FAUN, Series 13 HOT DOG SUIT GUY and Series 1 DEMOLITION DUMMY are the last 4 to join this game, that will start in October! We will have 6 minifigs from series 6 (the most occurring), 5 from series 12,13 and 16, 4 from series 2,10 and 17, 3 from series 7,9 and 11, 2 from series 1,3,4,8,14,15 and TLM. No minifigures from series Simpson 1, Simpson 2, Disney, DFB, Team GB, or TLBM qualfied for this second game. This was the recap thread: So... goodbye and stay tuned, coming back in 50 days!
  13. Round 13 is over and it was a victory for the VAMPIRE, it was a very difficult round! Now on to round 14 Rules are simple: pick your favourite minifigure among the one you see. This is round 13, we'll go through many rounds before stating the best collectible minifigure ever... but I believe it will be funny! Notes: minifigures are selected randomly. Only one minifigure goes to the next stage. All 384 collectibles released so far are present. 384 / 6 = 64, only 64 will survive the first round. I will tell the winner when going with round 15 and so on.
  14. Round 12 is over and it was a victory for the BAGPIPER . Now on to round 13 Rules are simple: pick your favourite minifigure among the one you see. This is round 13, we'll go through many rounds before stating the best collectible minifigure ever... but I believe it will be funny! Notes: minifigures are selected randomly. Only one minifigure goes to the next stage. All 384 collectibles released so far are present. 384 / 6 = 64, only 64 will survive the first round. I will tell the winner when going with round 14 and so on.
  15. Round 11 is over and it was a victory for the ROGUE though the banana costume guy was very close. Now on to round 12. I think it's another good round! Rules are simple: pick your favourite minifigure among the one you see. This is round 12, we'll go through many rounds before stating the best collectible minifigure ever... but I believe it will be funny! Notes: minifigures are selected randomly. Only one minifigure goes to the next stage. All 384 collectibles released so far are present. 384 / 6 = 64, only 64 will survive the first round. I will tell the winner when going with round 13 and so on.
  16. Hello, I am looking to build a Minifigure scale Lego Millennium Falcon with a detailed interior. Though I am not very good at designing in Lego form (or Lego Digital Designer), so i was wondering if anyone had any instructions for this or if anyone has a LDD file for this that would great. Also I was wondering how i would go about building a project like this. Thanks Louis
  17. This is our new Arkham Knight minifigure. Hope you all love this. Click below link for more photos LEQO LEQO | MOC PAGE
  18. Just 1 Figbarf

    Hi everyone! For my Shadows of Nar Eurbrikka avatar, I created this character: What do you all think?
  19. Winter is Coming, Batman...

    Enter Mr. Freeze Based upon his entrance in "Heart of Ice" from Batman: The Animated Series
  20. Please kindly check out our review at: Thank you and have fun!
  21. Hello, I was wondering who is the designer of the original minifigure? I think, like probably, lot of us :) it so brilliant idea. Minifigs are just awesome :) I am curious is he/she designed any other famous things. So far I found only info that first minifigs were released in 1975 (non-moving ones) and in 1978 was first release of sets with "real" minifigs. But who designed them? P.S. First ever released minifigs from 1978:
  22. I'm as susceptible as anyone to "the cult of the new" when it comes to minifigures and bigfigs, prone to oohing and ahhing over LEGO's latest creations. But sometimes I don't get that feeling and find older versions better than newer ones. Here are some examples: This is my favourite Joker (though with the big smile on the double printed head, not the smirk pictured), not the forthcoming one. And here is the Hulk I like most, not this one that came out a year later. I like this Spider-Man more than this one despite it being 10 years older. The ghosts I prefer are this one followed by this one. The more recent CMF one is cool too and I have one in my display collection with a different head, but the ones with the white shrouds are top of my list of phantoms. I realise that these preferences are entirely subjective and that opinions will vary, but was wondering what older versions or minifigures, bigfigs and moulded creatures other FOLs prefer to newer versions. Are there any that have disappointed you or do you always like the latest ones most?
  23. With Halloween rapidly approaching, I thought I'd share the scariest minifigures ever! Most of these are MOCs, but one, the mutant Dr O'Neil, was as sold in the TMNT range. How TLG thought such a creepy minifigure was suitable for kids is a mystery. Anyway, here are my contenders for the freakiest minifigures of all time: Don't think they're that scary? Let's see your spooky minifigures - purist or not!