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[MOC] The Wardrobe (Narnia)
parsom posted a topic in LEGO LicensedBased on "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" by C.S. Lewis. Enter the brick-built world of Narnia! If you like it, please support this project at Lego Ideas: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/399b51bb-e7d2-41c4-a8ef-ef0ccfea64f1 WATCH THE MOVIE: More pictures on my flickr Let the imagination (and Aslan) win!
[MOC] Spider-Man: The Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place (based on 76108)
Ephseb posted a topic in LEGO LicensedHi everyone :) I'm a Star Wars guy first and foremost, but I started collecting Marvel stuff in 2017/18 in the run-up to Infinity War, and also began building Marvel MOCs. This is the first one I like enough to share it on here. It is obviously based on the Pizza building from the Sanctum set 76108. I used the tan wall-bricks and black windows as a base for the aesthetic of the building. Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place MOC - Presentation Img by Ephseb, on Flickr Front: Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Front by Ephseb, on Flickr Rear, with fire ladders: Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Rear by Ephseb, on Flickr Roof.. Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Roof by Ephseb, on Flickr ...with a secret exit for Spider-Man! Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Roof Trapdoor by Ephseb, on Flickr Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Roof Trapdoor & Spider-Man drawing by Ephseb, on Flickr Minifigures by Ephseb, on Flickr Pepe the Pizza Guy, Spider-Man, Peter Parker, Ned Leeds with his Lego Death Star, Aunt May Interior Pictures, Ground Floor: Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Pizza Place by Ephseb, on Flickr Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Hidden Pizza Oven by Ephseb, on Flickr Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Stairs, Mailbox & Door open by Ephseb, on Flickr Interior Pictures, First Floor, Apartment: Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Apartment 1 by Ephseb, on Flickr Interior Pictures, Second Floor, Peter's Room & Bathroom, Top View: Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - Apartment 2 by Ephseb, on Flickr Better View: Parker Apartment & Pepe's Pizza Place - MOC - It's got a washing machine! by Ephseb, on Flickr I hope you like it!
Ecclesiastical/Church Minifig Stickers
mdtvandy posted a topic in Minifig Customisation WorkshopHello everyone, I've made some decals for Anglican priests, bishops, and Diocesan shields for my cathedral project. Here are the stickers: Priest Choir Dress Archbishop's staff And some Diocesan Shields: St. Matthew St. Luke St. John St Peter St Mark Blessed Virgin Mary Four Evangelists Christ Church Cathedral and Ovoid Archbishop of Canterbury The Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal Diocese of Washington The Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee Let me know your thoughts and any requests for other Diocese or Churches!
1920's bi-directional trolley (Peter Witt streetcar) with figure - real life MOC
Murdoch17 posted a topic in LEGO Train TechThis elongated 6 wide Peter Witt streetcar was first built in 2011 and based on the work of Brickshelf user J-2 and his vintage 2003 model of the Mister Rodgers' Neighborhood Trolley. (link to it here ) I modified that users' model into a Birney safety Car which had enclosed sides, anda reduced the width from 8 studs to 6. Then I extended the model to be a double truck model instead of my original two wheel version. This means the model has double the seats, plus I added shrouded wheels inspired by a table-scrap build from James Mathis from 2002, as seen in this link. More recently, I added center double doors for exit from the car, (the single doors at either end are for the passengers to pay the driver and enter the car) and changed the light bluish gray stripes to tan to more accurately represent the St. Louis Public Service Company colors. These changes transformed the trolley from a Birney into a Peter Witt, which were built from 1915 to the mid-1930's when President's Conference Committee (also known as PCC) type started production. The LDD file includes the street car and a motor man figure, which is available at the bottom of this post. This trolley is also build-able in other colors, such as black instead of red. The wheels are shrouded in panels (original idea by James Mathis as seen here) so they looks like a real streetcar, which would not have them exposed. This shrouding does not affect the car when turning, as seen above. Also, the magnetic couplings located on the ends of the car allows for the car to be doubled up with a second streetcar. Now, in the real world this second car (called a trailer) would not have a independent motor or trolley pole and would draw any power needed for doors and brakes from the leading streetcar via cables, but this is Lego so anything goes. you could even pull a small freight car or two for interurban service, though as far as I know no Peter Witt or Birney Safety Car did that. As before, the model is supposed to feature printed number tiles on the board above the windscreens, such as 07 or 66, but these parts are not in LDD so the car is blank. Speaking of LDD, here is the LDD file so you can modify the model or build it yourself, as I will be doing probably sometime next week. Here is a Bachmann H0 model of the same streetcar (single ended car is shown, though mine is bi-directional) and Saint Louis railway color-scheme. I took some creative liberties in my version (I swear shrouded wheels were on some of them in service!) but the heart and soul is the same. As usual, Comments, Questions, & complaints are always welcome!