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  1. Hello! This is our Christmas theme layout, my wife and I started building it a year and two months ago for our RLUG's exhibition: Brickenburg Winter Exhibition. For the next events we were expanding it, making it bigger and bigger, adding more and more MOCs and details. Now it has a mountain, Santa's workshop and house (MOCs), some houses (some of them are Winter Village sets) on a hill, a church, a train station, a post office, the nativity scene, some booths selling seasonal goods and two Christmas trains (the two sets). The older train set runs programmed with RCX Mindstorms brick. It goes one round, then stops at Santa's toy factory with its freight car right at the factory belt, which starts moving, like it produces toys and fills up the wagon, after a few seconds it stops and the train starts again. We used lots of LED lights in lamp posts and especially in light string decorations, where we put 0.6 mm wide LED to 1 x 1 transparent round plates wired together. Happy Holidays! P1240372 by Ambrus Laszlo, on Flickr P1240373 by Ambrus Laszlo, on Flickr P1240374 by Ambrus Laszlo, on Flickr P1240369 by Ambrus Laszlo, on Flickr P1240378 by Ambrus Laszlo, on Flickr P1240389 by Ambrus Laszlo, on Flickr P1240392 by Ambrus Laszlo, on Flickr P1240399 by Ambrus Laszlo, on Flickr P1240401 by Ambrus Laszlo, on Flickr P1240391 by Ambrus Laszlo, on Flickr P1240364 by Ambrus Laszlo, on Flickr P1240367 by Ambrus Laszlo, on Flickr
  2. Donald may not believe in the climate change, but I thought Santa should be prepared for it :)
  3. The countdown is on! Only 25 more days until Christmas. I love advent calendars and wanted to create a larger Lego one this year. Each day brings a new character to fill Santa’s Workshop at the North Pole. On day one Jessica Claus welcomes you to the North Pole with a delicious tray of treats. The inside is ready for the elves and other Santa helpers to aid Santa get ready for Christmas. There are three fully furnished floors. The first floor is command central where the elves and other helpers can track Santa on his travels around the world on Christmas Eve. An extra large Christmas tree reaches into the second floor. Lots of magic and hard work happens on the second floor, which has a window greenhouse growing poinsettias of course and the workshop with toys, musical instruments and sports gear for children around the world. The third floor is the place where the elves, helpers and Santa get to relax and dine after their busy holiday season. Hope you enjoy and I will try to update daily as the building fills. Santa's Workshop at the North Pole by Karen Metz, on Flickr Santa's Workshop at the North Pole by Karen Metz, on Flickr Santa's Workshop at the North Pole by Karen Metz, on Flickr Santa's Workshop at the North Pole by Karen Metz, on Flickr Santa's Workshop at the North Pole by Karen Metz, on Flickr Santa's Workshop at the North Pole by Karen Metz, on Flickr Santa's Workshop at the North Pole by Karen Metz, on Flickr Santa's Workshop at the North Pole by Karen Metz, on Flickr Santa's Workshop at the North Pole by Karen Metz, on Flickr
  4. Please support my fully functional walking Wind-up Robot. I'm posting this to the Technic forum, because it is actually a LEGO Technic/Mindstorms creation. The Classic bricks are only on the outside. I built this for Christmas 2016. It gave out presents to all our friends and family. The product of two months work! The sleigh is driven by two NXT motors (controlled by EV3) and Rudolph's legs are powered by a PF M motor. Santa Claus has an incorporated pneumatic system using two pistons, a pump powered by a PF L motor and an EV3 motor which opens and closes the pneumatic valves. The video shows a case where Santa rejects a naughty kid and, in the end, doesn't give him the present. I hope you enjoy the video as much as I enjoyed building. Merry Christmas !!!
  5. Merry Christmas everybody! I want to show you my version of santa's sleigh with reindeer. I made it about a week ago and it's a bit different than seen last days. It has the perfect size to fit my brother's 40206 Santa Claus
  6. Hold on a minute; doesn't this seem familiar... However, great minds think alike! (But not always about steering). Anyway, here is my contribution to the festive season! There is a sleigh which houses a M Motor and a 3:1 geartrain reduction. Out front there is a sort of reindeer creature beast (after all: Santa ==> Satan....) with the walking mechanism rather rudely stolen from this video - cheers ISOGAWAYoshito! The video: Merry Christmas everyone and a (hopefully) Lego filled 2017! Now for some pictures: The whole bundle. Thinking about it, I should have put a universal joint or two in there! The stuff of nightmares (looks never were my strong point)! That juicy undershot. Its OK, it is in the right forum! P.S A LDD file will be available after Christmas. See you then!
  7. Have a furry, I mean Merry Christmas guys! Hope there are the sets you wished for under your Tree :)
  8. I'm Santa!

    Have you been naughty or nice this year? What will Santa bring for you? Well, be sure to write your wish letters on time :P
  9. MOC - Christmas Village

    Hi everyone, I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas time. From my part it was one of the great ones. When my wife came to me by the end of November with the city advent calendar (60099) as a pre holydays surprise gift I was very happy and saw in it the opportunity to involve my 3 years daughter to her first Lego experience (small Lego of course). So we did every day's build together and by the end I was impressed how good she became at building. she did understand the vocabulary and building steps. In the end it was a very fun experience for both of us. What she did not know is that in the meantime she was doing all her daily builds I was building a winter village in which she would play the 24 December. I've put a lot of details and some fun to play features. She liked it and we had a lot of fun. Here are some pictures of the village. Thanks everyone! Album link: https://flic.kr/s/aHsks4pNgq IMG_0754 - Copy by Bruno Figueira, on Flickr IMG_0783 - Copy by Bruno Figueira, on Flickr IMG_0741 by Bruno Figueira, on Flickr EDIT: I've had pictures of the church. Enjoy! IMG_0906 - Copy by Bruno Figueira, on Flickr IMG_0898 - Copy by Bruno Figueira, on Flickr IMG_0922 - Copy by Bruno Figueira, on Flickr
  10. A living room right before Christmas eve. Hope you like it!
  11. Christmas is coming! This is perfect time for my Lego X-mas creation. I present the Santa’s Workshop... umm, I mean Santa Emperor Palpatine's Workshop. You have no idea who is he? Go away and come back when you gain some knowledge. Naaa, just kidding. I hope you know this gentleman. Alright, let's cut to the chase. Enjoy the pictures! Read more Bigger photos and full story here: LEGO Gallery - Santa Palpatine's Workshop Follow my new MOCs and articles at: Facebook | Flickr | Google+ --- Notice: This is a shortened version of the post from LEGO Blog - Bricks' Treasure. ------------------- UPDATED: I managed to finish Santa Palpatine Workshop's basement from the last post. I love Star Wars, but I wasn't really into LEGO SW. I think it is changing now. I really enjoyed building Imperial part of this MOC. And I am starting to feel disturbing need of getting more classic Star Wars trilogy minifigs. Read more Bigger photos and full story here: LEGO Gallery - Santa Palpatine's Workshop Upgrade
  12. For the past nine years the Hudson’s Bay Company flagship store in Toronto has displayed a beloved series of windows that depict Santa, Mrs. Claus and the elves getting ready for Christmas, and other Christmas scenes. My winter village entry is a rendition of two of the five HBC windows. The first scene has elves feeding the reindeer and preparing Santa’s sleigh outside of the Toy Shoppe at the North Pole. The second scene is inside the building where the elves are busy making the toys as Santa goes over his list from the many letters he has received from children everywhere. I have tried to include most of the elements but have altered some of the design. The clock is the central feature of the piece and the elves are busily at work, while Mrs. Claus is helping out by bringing treats. Santa is checking his “Naughty” and “Nice” list after reading the letters sent to him by children around the world. Lego HBC Santa's Toy Shoppe3 by Karen Metz, on Flickr HBC poems that are in front of their windows (I have included one with the display): "With Christmas approaching young children are hoping that their presents will reach them according to plan, all wonderfully donated by a wonderful man. So Santa’s little helpers make sure is all right so that nothing will go wrong on that faithful night. They work with much diligence and a great deal of pride thus ensuring that Santa will have a smooth ride." Lego HBC Santa's Toy Shoppe2 by Karen Metz, on Flickr “The clock is ticking and the hours are dwindling The toyshop is bustling as the elves are preparing The list is revised and a plan is devised There’s no time to pause for old Santa Claus” Lego HBC Santa's Toy Shoppe5 by Karen Metz, on Flickr Lego HBC Santa's Toy Shoppe4 by Karen Metz, on Flickr Lego HBC Santa's Toy Shoppe8 by Karen Metz, on Flickr If you check out my Flickr page I have photos of the actual HBC Christmas windows. I have also created a second story that can be added to my MOC that depicts the last of the five HBC windows with the elves and Santa relaxing to a fabulous meal after all the the presents have been delivered around the world. I have posted pictures of this floor/window as well on Flickr if anyone wants to check it out. It is not quite finished (need to change some parts). I haven’t included this level for the contest since I would have greatly exceeded the size limit. Happy Christmas to all! P.S. The Hudson’s Bay Company is the oldest company in North America (founded in 1670) and is known for its iconic white wool point blankets with green, yellow, red and blue stripes.
  13. Santas Sleigh

    This is a SNOT built model of Santas Sleigh, the only non snot pieces are the seat, presents and runners. I built this to go in conjunction with my Rockmonster Who Stole Christmas Scene (http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=117240) I hope you like it and comments are welcome as always.
  14. Those pesky rockmonsters were at it again this time raiding Santa's Sleigh Sleigh Thread: http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=117241
  15. Christmas Train

    Hi everyone Christmas Train22 by Cristiano Grassi, su Flickr This is my version of the Christmas Train and i think it will be perfect in any Winter Village projects and dioramas. It is based on the Constitution train set locomotive. When I project this train I think about Holydays and to what I wanted to find under my Christmas tree when I was a child. I hope you like and comment it. If you want you can also support this project on Lego Ideas following the Link. https://ideas.lego.com/projects/95546 Thanks to all.
  16. I need to take some better shots, but this is my latest version for 2014. I am now up to 8 boards, but for 2015 I am planning to start straight away and make some MOC's like a Church or bar and also I want some bigger trees. The plan is also to make it more modular so I can break it and build it more easily.
  17. Winter Village: Ginger Bread Man House

    Here is my model for the Expand the Winter Village Contest. Enjoy. Winter Village Gingerbread House at the North Pole by macsforless, on Flickr
  18. MOC Santa's Workshop

    Hello all, here is the latest addition to my winter village. My version of Santa's workshop. Hope you like it. DSC03766 by Brickedin, on Flickr DSC03816 by Brickedin, on Flickr DSC03799 by Brickedin, on Flickr DSC03671 by Brickedin, on Flickr DSC03682 by Brickedin, on Flickr
  19. It's that time of year again! The Holiday Season is fast approaching and we're already excited about the latest additions to the Winter Village from TLG: Santa's Workshop and the Winter Village Market. It's now becoming a tradition here in Town that we love to see people's own creations to add to the Winter Village, and this year is no different. Things have changed slightly, but the core of the contest is here - we'd love YOU to build us an addition the the World of Santa's North Pole Village or create buildings for other holiday characters. Does that sound limiting? Fear not! Even Santa's Village needs train stations and houses and bakeries and all the other things a non-Santa Christmas village would need so be as creative as you want. Frosty and Rudolph and other holiday characters could use their own houses and workplaces too, I think so there's a chance to be really clever if you want as well! So come on Eurobricks, what are you waiting for? Let's have some wintery fun, and show us what your Holiday Character Winter Village inspired creation is! The Rules Entries must be posted by midnight UTC, December 31st, 2014. One entry per member. Entries must be similar in size to an official release LEGO Winter Village set. Entries should be either Town-themed or Friends-themed and may include either (or both) Minifigs and Minidolls. Entries should be new (never posted anywhere previously) and be similar in style to the previous official TLG releases. All entries are to include only real LEGO. No clone brands, 3rd party parts, or digital entries allowed. Decals will be allowed if you've made them yourself, but no cutting, sculpting or modifying parts. Entries are to be placed in their own entry topic in the Town forum. The title of the topic should begin with "Winter Village: " and then give the name of the entry. The entry post (first post in your entry topic) may be edited at any time up to the end of the contest, so feel free to make improvements if you wish. Entries are to consist of no more than 5 posted pictures of 1024x768 pixels or smaller resolution but may also include a link to a folder of additional images of any size. Photos of your creation can be manipulated with Photoshop for levels, proportions and color correction but may not include graphic enhancements. We reserve the right to disqualify any entry that does not follow these rules. The Prizes First Prize: EITHER 10245 Santa's Workshop OR 10235 Winter Village Market Second Prize: whichever set is not chosen for First Prize, of the two sets above. Third Prize: TBA For Inspiration and Reference Expand the Winter Village Contest IV: Winners | Entries and Voting | Rules and Discussion Expand the Winter Village Contest III: Winners | Entries and Voting | Rules and Discussion Expand the Winter Village Contest II: Winners | Entries and Voting | Rules and Discussion Expand the Winter Village Contest: Winners | Entries and Voting | Rules and Discussion Best of luck everyone, we're looking forward to seeing your entries!
  20. Here are some custom figures that I made for a LEGO Ideas project: Old Bilbo is shown here in the outfit he wore at the beginning of The Fellowship of the Ring. He's a pretty important character in the trilogy, and I'm surprised that LEGO hasn't made him yet. Old Bilbo by lancethecat, on Flickr Gandalf is decked out in full Santa garb, with a red cloak to match. Santa Gandalf by lancethecat, on Flickr If you like these figures and want to see them in a future set, there's a link to my project below.
  21. Winter Village: Santa's Section

    Welcome to Santa's Village! Step right up and get your photo taken with the big man himself, then continue shopping at the many stalls in the Winter Market. This is my entry to the Expand the Winter Village Market contest. One 8x16 module with one-stud overhang plus two 8x8 modules. Here's Santa's seat and the lineup. I built the tree how I figured TLG would, and the globe's for showing children all the places Santa visits. For only $100 you can buy a print of you with Santa from one of his elves. There are a lot of bad isms, but commercialism's one of the worst... One last shot of everything. Merry Christmas!
  22. Merry Christmas, Seasons Greetings, and Happy Holidays from Kooberz Studios! I'd like to share my latest animation with all of you on this fine Dec. 25th. Introducing the LEGO Yule Log. I recommend throwing this up on the big screen for your families to enjoy while they're eating, but that's just me. ;)
  23. Hello from sunny Singapore! With a few days more to Christmas Day, I'd like to share some festive creations with you. All aboard! Have a chuggin’ Christmas with this little locomotive. The Choo Choo Mini comprises 50 parts and is a great example of what you can achieve when you build in different directions. Little Rudolph says hi to an 8-bit reindeer from the eighties. Twinkle, twinkle. Here are three views of the next Christmas creation. Can you guess what this is? Regards Jeffrey Kong (aka “BricksBeng”) www.bricksben.com www.facebook.com/bricksbencreations www.flickr.com/photos/bricksben www.etsy.com/shop/bricksben Grand winner of The Joy of LEGO® Singapore 2012 mural design competition: www.legosingapore.com/thejoy.html Winner of LUGSing (LEGO User Group Singapore) official Christmas gathering building contest 2012 Featured artist to showcase original LEGO® creations in Pop-Up Noise Singapore 2013 Blogged by The Brothers Brick, the best LEGO® blog on the web for our Despicable Me Minion: www.brothers-brick.com/2013/07/19/ba-ba-ba-ba-banana Blogged by The Brothers Brick, the best LEGO® blog on the web for our Retro Typewriter: www.brothers-brick.com/2013/03/20/tiny-retro-typewriter-goes-clickity-clack Invited by Lomography to customise the Konstruktor DIY SLR camera: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/reviews/2013/09/26/singapores-bricksben-customises-the-lomography-konstruktor Vote for our Despicable Me Minion on LEGO® CUUSOO! http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/44655 | www.bricksben.com/minion Vote for our Retro Typewriter on LEGO® CUUSOO! http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/37063 | www.bricksben.com/typewriter Vote for our Origami Crane on LEGO® CUUSOO! http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/37531 | www.bricksben.com/origami-crane
  24. Please see my Hot Sausage Shop for the 'Expand the Winter Village' Contest. This MOC has been playtested by a 10 year old girl, who absolutely loves all the features! (and keeps eyeing off the prizes too!!) Winter Village Expansion - Hot Sausage Shop with Xmas Hamper Delivery Van, Roast Chestnut Seller & Snowball Fighters by mjfirefly, on Flickr The sausage shop is a two storey affair, complete with attached pig sty, just right for making fresh sausages... There is a total of 8 minifigures, including Sausage Sellers (2), Children throwing snowballs (2), Roast Chestnut Seller, Delivery Man, Business Man and Santa. The Sausage Shop roof can be lifted (using the Xmas Tree decoration) for play access. We use a proper log fire to cook our sausages by mjfirefly, on Flickr The interior of the Sausage Shop, a light brick provides the 'log fire' look. Xmas Hamper Delivery by mjfirefly, on Flickr Xmas Hamper Delivery, the hamper includes two bottles of Christmas drink, a carrot, parsnip, and cherries. The trolley can be placed inside the delivery van for ease of transportation, as of course can the hamper. Roast Chestnut Seller by mjfirefly, on Flickr Roast Chestnut Seller, the cart can be pushed along by the seller. Snowball Fight by mjfirefly, on Flickr Children throwing snowballs under a holiday decorated lamppost, this piece can be slotted onto the corner of the Sausage Shop so as it appears as if the children are peeping around the corner of the building to throw snowballs. More pictures of this MOC, showing the lifting roof, upstairs fireplace and other details can be found on the Flickr set by clicking any of the pictures.