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  1. Sigolf Brimabane

    Japanese Castle

    Hi there! Long time, no see. I've been inactive for a couple of years, not posting or anything. I haven't stopped building LEGO though, so I present to you my latest MOC! It's a Japanese castle, as you can see, inspired by a certain real life castle (can you guess which one?). Sorry for the shitty pictures. I don't really have the tools or know-how to take good pictures. I might try to take some better pictures eventually, but for now I just want to share my MOC with you guys. :) It's not completely finished since I want to expand it by adding more baseplates, but this section is done. You can remove a couple of the floors but it's kind of a hassle.
  2. Link: Wanted to make a set based on japan that would include a section of a forest as well as some buildings. While having cliffs that could open up and have more of a display/play area in the process. Tried to cram as many details as I could to generate a certain feel to the set. While trying to make the trees in a new realistic way so they stand out. Front view with the characters: Opened View: Tree and ground that's accessed at the center when it's opened. The front of the design. With the stonepath staircase, waterways and waterfall. Marketplace The big statue on the bottom level can be turned. Back of the cave system below the building: Roof: Side view: Kitchen Room (above the cave) Samurai Armour Room (Above the Kitchen) Roof Room: Statues: Characters, some are fantastical like the short Nuppeppo (folklore creature) and the Samurai guardian: Thanks for viewing, let me know what you think.
  3. Gotta get back, back to the past... Samurai Jack! Armed with a magic sword, a heroic samurai warrior sets out to defeat the evil demon sorcerer Aku. However, Aku transports him into the distant future, where the residents name him "Jack". Now Samurai Jack must find a way to return home to the past and obliterate Aku once and for all! Don't forget your hat, Jack! "Who dares to summon I, Aku?!" Using all the pieces to make his main form, Aku can "shape-shift" by being rebuilt into a scorpion... …or even a winged creature! Summary of Aku's rebuildable forms. What do you think of my product idea? If you have any feedback or suggestions regarding what you'd like me to improve or add to my project (bonus forms for Aku, supporting characters, enemies, etc.), I'm more than happy to take them into consideration! Link to my Product Idea
  4. Hi all. This is my first post in this subforum. I'd like to share my first Ninjago themed MOC that I made late last year with you, a raid on a shrine (and defending it!). Overview Ninjago Shrine Raid 1 by Magma X, on Flickr Close up (of bad guys in action!) Ninjago Shrine Raid 2 by Magma X, on Flickr Alternative view Ninjago Shrine Raid 3 by Magma X, on Flickr (Larger versions available on Flickr). I have no idea what the plots of Ninjago are - I just used some of the figs I had acquired to make a little scene based on a variety of Asian inspired influences (like Ninjago itself really). I hadn't bought any Ninjago sets until a few years ago (the Temple of Airjitsu seduced me), and since then I've bought a few more sets - there have been a number of great sets released lately and I quite like the dragons and buildings. This MOC started from an attempt to build a roof using the "cheese" slopes - getting the centre roof section done took the longest part of the build! The rest of it flowed from there and it was an opportunity to use some of the exotic leaf colours I had acquired to see what they looked like in a MOC. This was built for the "Ninjago" monthly build theme for our LUG. Thanks for looking.
  5. Up for Sale is a lot of TMNT LEGO sets as well as 2 SpongeBob sets. The sets are as follows:30270 Kraang Laser Turret polybag, built with instructions. 30271 Mikey's Mini-Shellraiser polybag, still sealed (not pictured)79100 Kraang Lab Escape, built with instructions. 79101 Shredder's Dragon Bike, built with instructions. 79102 Stealth Shell in Pursuit, built with instructions. 79103 Turtle Lair Attack, built with instructions. 79104 The Shellraiser Street Chase (Undetermined Version), built with instructions. I have to go look at this to see it it is Technic or train base. I'll update later. 79105 Baxter Robot Rampage, built with instructions. 79118 Karai Bike Escape, built with instructions. 79119 Mutation Chamber Unleashed, built with instructions. 79120 T-Rawket Sky Strike, built with instructions. 79121 Turtle Sub Undersea Chase, built with instructions. 79122 Shredder's Lair Rescue, built with instructions. 5002127 Flashback Shredder polybag (not pictured, still sealed)3833 Krusty Krab Adventures, built with instructions. 3834 Good Neighbors at Bikini Bottom, built with instructions. Also included are 3 more sets, not complete. Just parts and figures. They are:79100 Kraang Lab Escape79101 Shredder's Dragon Bike79119 Mutation Chamber UnleashedAll sets have been built and dispalyed for years. They should be complete. All have instructions. No boxes. Using Bricklink as a guide, the total price for those would be about around $275, opened, build, and complete. With no Bricklink or eBay fees I am willing to go lower, Make offer. Sets are stil built, so if you want more pics, ask.Please allow time disassemble sets and pack them. Perfer paypal. I will also offer free shipping in the US. ]
  6. Poor Disadvantaged

    Jayko, Eagle of Talonjay

    Lord Vladek's Shadow Knight army is marching toward the capital, the banner of the Scorpion looming from the Moorlands. Though few in number, King Mathias’ gathering of heroes stand defiant in the face of evil. Danju, Wolf of Alendan – Wise, Noble, Ingenious. Jayko, Eagle of Talonjay – Quick, Swift, Focused. Adric, Ox of the Farmland – Pious, Fierce, Resolute. Good knights of Morcia! Who else will answer the call to arms?
  7. It's a time of fragile peace (or should I say piece) in the regal Kingdom of BrickTamland! ENJOY MY PUBLIC PLAYTIME!
  8. This pagoda scene was created for display in the upcoming Cactus Brick display in September. This MOC won first place in the club competition for creating Ninjago related creations. It also tied for most eye catching of the creations entered into the competition. Enjoy!
  9. With all the Ninjago polls floating around here, I thought I'd make another one. Ninjago has been around now for FIVE years! That is amazing for an action theme! To top that, Ninjago is in its prime now- sales are still strong and are even climbing from what I have seen. What do you think will happen to the Ninjago line in the upcoming years? Will it continue? If so, what will the overall theme be next year? Will it be canceled? Will it be replaced? What effect will the movie have on the theme? Post your opinions here!
  10. legodude3069

    Ninjago mystery

    WHy are people so exited over ninjago? I remember when bionicles where the coolest thing?!? what happended to this generation???
  11. LegoMathijs

    [MOC] Ninja's Hide-out

    This MOC is a rebuild of the Ninja’s Hide-out set, 6045, from the Ninja theme of 1998. I’ve added some details and made the MOC more look like a cave. Original set: Picturs of my rebuilded version: 01_Ninjas_Hide-out by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 02_Ninjas_Hide-out by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr I’ve added the same playability of the original set, a working trap. 06_Trap by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr I’ve redesigned the hangglider. 05_Hangglider by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr More pictures at Flickr: Hope you like it :)
  12. I'm taking a quick look at this old set that I got recently. This is not counted under my Reviewers Academy reviews as it does not follow the same format. This is more like a pictorial review. Overview Name: 4805 Ninja Knights Theme: LEGO System / Castle / Ninja Year: 1999 Pieces: 34 Minifigures: 5 Price: USD 6.00 Resources: Brickset and Bricklink There is no build involved here because this is a battle pack for the Castle subtheme Ninja. Apart from the accessories and weapons, there's no bricks at all. It is more aptly marketed as 5 Ninja Warriors in the UK version of 1999 catalogue. Minifigures front view - with headgears & armour back view - without headgears & armour front view - without headgears & armour back view - without headgears & armour All geared up with weapons and armours Final thoughts I bought this set with the intention of getting all the other Ninja minifigures that I missed during my dark age period. Was it really just 6 USD back in 1999? I bought this for 15 USD and I know I could get this cheaper if I bought the used minifigures individually. However, I don't want to waste money on shipping from multiple sellers. As these minifigures are in very good condition, I think I made the right decision to get them all together in 1 set even without the box. The play factor in having 5 ninja warriors is better than having mediocre build, fancy torso prints or unique minifigures. Back then there is no storyline to follow. From this set kids will get 2 ninjas, shogun, robber and samurai minifigures -- they can make up stories to stage their own medieval Japanese civil war. Adjusted for inflation the price of this set is only 8.75 USD. Compare that to new blister packs that are starting to appear with only 3 minifigures and retailing between 12 to 15 USD, somehow along the way TLG just stopped producing good army builders like this.
  13. sirben

    Best samurai display?

    Have you found a better samurai warriors display than this one? If so please share a link to it. LEGO Akai Shiro Castleground MOC by ACPin
  14. Hello eurobrickers, I have been working on a castle themed MOC with a setting in the far east rather than the usual England/Germany settings. It's a simple design and I still have much to learn. I've added in heaps of minifigures to accompany the architecture too. Bricks and minifigs were sourced all around the world from ebay/bricklink and costed in the thousands >.< Some non-lego bricks were used for the curved slopes on the roofs to mimic the eastern architecture better. Some slightly modified Orient Expedition sets are evident and also a ninjago set in the background to add to the setting. Hope you guys like it =) Pic1 Pic2 Pic3 Pic4 Pic5 Pic6 Pic7 Pic8 Pic9 Pic10 Pic11 Pic12 Pic13 Pic14 I got the idea from this classic Orient Expedition set and my Main MOC is loosely based on it. I will work on improving the designs but for now, need to save $$$ ^_^
  15. Alright so I remember the original Ninjago when it first aired in 2011 with the skeletons. I remember loving the theme, but had never gotten many of the sets. I remember the snakes and then the stone army. I remember the rumors and debates on Chima replacing Ninjago. But most importantly I remember the original show. I enjoyed the show and watched the whole thing. So my question is what exactly is the new Ninjago. Is it a reboot of the theme, or a continuation. I haven't really payed attention to the new line so I'd appreciate if some people could explain it to me.
  16. It's my pleasure to share with you this full-length animated film. You've never seen anything like this before done with LEGO.
  17. Totally custom. All hand-painted with a tiny brush. Custom stickers too. I realize this isn't purist, but I'm sure you can appreciate the involvement in making these figures.
  18. I've decided that I want to get back into Ninjago, but I would like some tips on what sets to get or anything in-between. Also here's my experience with the theme so far. 2011: At first I hated Ninjago, but one day I was browsing the internet and stumbled upon the Fire Temple set for half price, I thought "why not, it's cheap!", little did I know what this would turn into. 2012: I'm now into Ninjago, and I'm buying sets frequently. I went to my aunt's house in England, which had a LEGO store close to it (this was before the LEGO store in Scotland opened), I had saved up a very large amount of money, and then spent most of it on Ninjago... I wasn't good with money back then. 2013: I knew that these weren't the final sets. That's all I can say, this year wasn't very interesting apart from that, at least I got two sets. 2014: After the missing summer wave of 2013, I lost interest in Ninjago due to how long it was since a new wave, so I didn't buy any, mainly because I sort of forgot about it. There were three sets I regretted not picking up. 2015 Wave 1: I tried to get back into the series, but I bought an eight pound set to use as my judgement, i know it's not a very good representation of Ninjago. I might come back and buy some of these if I can actually find them any more. 2015 Wave 2: This is the main reason I want to come back to Ninjago. I think the designs are a lot better than Rebooted or the Tournament of Elements. 2016 Wave 1: I don't think it looks as good as the Possession sets, but I think it's better than the Tournament of Elements sets, that's to be expected, because Wave two sets are usually better than wave one sets.