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  1. It's been ages since I last shared a MOC, so here is something I pieced together based on my fond childhood memories of Beatrix Potter's classic tales. The design is inspired from 3 of my favourite stories wrote by Potter - Peter Rabbit (1902), Jemima Puddle-Duck (1908) and Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle (1905). I would love to hear what you guys have to say about this MOC; your support for this project on LEGO Ideas would also be greatly appreciated . Peter Rabbit and Friends Explore the world of Beatrix Potter with LEGO® Ideas Peter Rabbit and Friends set. Reimagine the classical tales of some of Beatrix Potter’s most iconic characters with LEGO® bricks. Build, play and display 3 iconic tales depicting scenes inspired from some of Potter’s most famous works: Peter Rabbit (1902), Jemima Puddle-Duck (1908) and Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle (1905). Includes 3 buildable LEGO® characters: Peter Rabbit (320 pieces), Jemima Puddle-Duck (279 pieces) and Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle (336 pieces). Peter Rabbit build features a cabbage-patch display stand including a printed 2x4 tile, cabbages, Mr. McGregor’s spade complete with Cøck Robin and Peter Rabbit. Jemima Puddle-Duck build features a garden display stand including a printed 2x4 tile, 9 Duck eggs and Jemima Puddle-Duck. Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle build features a cosy display stand including a printed 2x4 tile, tiny bucket, wash basket, table with cloth, iron, Cøck Robin’s scarlet waist-coat and Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle. Peter Rabbit measures over 8” (22cm) high, 5” (13cm) wide and 3” (8cm) deep. Jemima Puddle-Duck measures over 8” (20cm) high, 6” (16cm) wide and 3” (8cm) deep. Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle measures over 6” (16cm) high, 5” (14cm) wide and 3” (9cm) deep. This set includes 935 pieces and weighs over 860 grams. LEGO Peter Rabbit and Friends by Kez., on Flickr LEGO Peter Rabbit and Friends by Kez., on Flickr LEGO Peter Rabbit and Friends by Kez., on Flickr LEGO Peter Rabbit and Friends by Kez., on Flickr Peter Rabbit (1902) LEGO Peter Rabbit (1902) by Kez., on Flickr Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle (1905) LEGO Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle (1905) by Kez., on Flickr Jemima Puddle-Duck (1908) LEGO Jemima Puddle-Duck (1908) by Kez., on Flickr Feel welcome to comment and ask anything about this model. Thanks for looking! https://ideas.lego.com/projects/dd6c809c-f394-4282-aa04-67b23527fb22
  2. Actionfigure

    [MOC] Rabbit

    Hello, I would have posted this model much earlier, but I had massive trouble to add the pictures from flickr... Thanks again, for the help! Well, it´s actually a rabbit, not a hare, so maybe the delay doesn´t matter (Easter and stuff...)
  3. LittleJohn

    Winter Serenity

    My entry for the LEGO House Rebrick contest. Upon seeing the categories, I knew I wanted to create a landscape – the question was, what kind? After much deliberation, (and even a couple of failed starts), I decided on doing a serene winter forest. I tried to create a deep, fluffy feeling for the snow, which I think ended up working very well. The icy trees are something I’ve wanted to try for a while now too – let me know what you think of them! Credit for the idea of using light yellow in the path goes to Mark Erickson, and his Northward Bound build. Inspiration for the fox design goes to Markus, to Balbo for the squirrel design, and Dathil for the deer head. More pictures on Brickbuilt. Thanks for looking, C&C welcome
  4. Actionfigure

    [MOC] Rabbit

    By the way... The rabbit is now available as a set at MOCHUB! P.S.: The sneaker and the robin are also available!
  5. Micah is out with Hanska and his friend, Deganawidah, hunting in the plains of Lacryma. The island primarily has open plains with scattered trees that have the highest density near rivers and creeks. Today, they are hunting for the deer that roam on the island, but it takes a smart hunter to get close to them, as the deer have keen eyes and a sharp nose. They have been following a deer and hog trail right up to one of the creek crossings. They hope to spot the deer on the other side of the creek. Hanska explained to Micah that the hogs that have populated the island like to live in bramble patches where it is hard to get to them. It is unwise to go in after them, and the primary method of hunting the hogs has been to waylay them in the moonlight with spears. Though the Corrington rifles have proven more effective against their thick skin than the Onondaga's bows and arrows and this has drawn the attention of the Onondaga. Notes: This build was a concept since last Christmas, and I have had the deer built and waiting for the forest ever since. I finally got around to building the forest around Thanksgiving and just finished it recently. The build is 72x64 studs which is my largest physical build to date. The trees kept falling over on me, and they also got attacked by the toddler between photography sessions, so they were my least favorite part of the whole build. I borrowed the birch trees from @Kai NRG's great build. I intend to license this in Elizabethville as a medium plantation. Additional photos behind the spoiler.
  6. Hello, a few wweks ago I made a Bunny-bot, and a few people had been asking for instructions, so I thought I'd put them here incase anyone else is intrested.
  7. Mr Greeble

    [M-F03] Down the R-ABBIT hole

    Location: Above Forring Bzzt-Start recording: Alright, this is the radio log of Agent G, M.A.N.T.I.S. Explorer. The time is 16:27, and I and a crew of M.A.N.T.I.S. operatives have taken the Octan spaceship R-ABBIT flying over Forring. Currently checking the ship for any more Octan personnel. Almost over, just the cargo storage rooms are left. Wait. Someone's over there, running! Damn, went down one of the side passages... HA! Got you n- A rabbit, a white rabbit wearing a red vest? I must have eaten a bad larvae in the cafeteria! Ah, lost it again, wait no, there it is! That door leads to the storage rooms, and that's the only door, got you now! To be continued... Extra pics: C&C welcome!
  8. MOC Description : 2000 pieces In the funny , creative Easter Town , every citizen is enjoying the upcoming easter festival. They will walk to Christ the Redeemer Garden for the rest and enjoying the wonderful morning~ In gard en, you will find the huge and kindly Christ statue and the lovely rabbits everywhere... I made it and join in HKLUG AFOL Easter Town exhibition in Regal Kwoloon Hotel. Happy Easter Holiday , cheers~!! Flickr : http://www.flickr.com/photos/alanboar
  9. Kit Martello Don't let her cute face and perky attitude mislead you — Kit is a skilled rabbit warrior, as adept at fighting unarmed as she is brandishing her giant hammer. Front - Side - Back - 3/4 Battle-ready - Rabbit kick - Sitting pretty - Kicking back - Hammer detail Flickr gallery My entry for BZPower's BBCC64 (Entry topic). 93 pieces total. She was originally a MOC I made shortly after arriving at college this semester, as an experiment in making a female Hero Factory figure that is well-armored on all sides. Furno's helmet was used due to its unique look and cute, feminine expression when used in reverse. After the contest was announced I added the tail to reinforce the animal motifs of the helmet. I considered a squirrel tail (since bunny girls are unbelievably cliché), but I had a hard enough time creating a connection point that could support a tail this small. Feel free to share any thoughts, comments, or criticisms.