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  1. Foxes Productionz

    [MOC] Stranger Things

    Hi Everyone! This is my Stranger Things LEGO Ideas set. Stranger Things is one of my favourite shows, so this was a passion project of mine, I spent a lot of time and effort into creating this set. While it was rejected from LEGO ideas and never made it onto the LEGO Ideas website, I'm still really proud of the end result and had a blast making it. Bellow follows some images of the project as well as a YouTube video with my commentary & more images. Another 10 images of my project can also be viewed through Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/92629537@N08/albums/72157677687497238 Thanks for taking a look! I would love to hear and discuss any feedback, criticisms and thoughts anyone might have. Thank you!!
  2. strangely

    (MOC) Bob's Burgers

    Bob's Burgers is a favorite show of mine, so I decided to take a crack at it and see what their apartment/restaurant might look like in Lego form. This was actually going to be an Ideas submission too, because why not. Funnily enough it didn't pass inspection because it's based on an IP that isn't suitable by Lego standards. As much as I love Lego as a company I find that completely laughable as Bob's Burgers is a TV-PG show, the same rating the Simpsons carries. It's even more ridiculous when you consider that the Big Bang Theory is a TV-14 show and currently has a Lego Ideas set sitting on shelves. This is to say nothing of the PG-13 movies that have been turned into Lego sets (Lest we all forget Red Harrington the brothel owner featured in set 79108!). Granted Bob's Burgers does on occasion push the envelope, but I don't really think anymore than the Simpsons or Big Bang does.
  3. Now here is something different from me, a scene from 1960's live TV......In Melbourne Tonight with host (the king of TV) Graham Kennedy and his co-host (and life long friend) Bert Netwon. Graham was always the joker and hence in the images below Bert is going to receive a pie to the face. There is a camera with it's operator as well. More to come, keep watching and Brick On everyone ! https://ideas.lego.com/projects/130871
  4. A show-accurate version of Ninjago's Tiger Widow. I felt the set version was very underwhelming, so I decided to give this cute creature an upgrade. Why they call a six-legged animal a spider is beyond me, but luckily nature has something that fits: ant mimic spiders. The sideways fangs would then be modified versions of faux antennae, which are in turn modified legs. It even explains why it almost, but not really, has three body segments rather than two. Front view: Side view: As far as I know, all the parts are easily available via Bricklink. The spider's legs can move sideways and up and down at the base and up and down at the knees and claw tips. The head, pincers and mouth can also move, for a total of 29 points of articulation. Gallery (will add more pictures soon) .lxf file
  5. Yes, I'm starting another WIP. This time, I'm working on the humongous snake that was the focus of Ninjago's second plot arc. And as with the Tiger Widow, I'm trying to make it show-accurate. The eye. I'm trying to keep this simple but effective. I'm not entirely satisfied with the pupil, however. Any ideas on how to approximate the fang-like curve better? Here's the fang, with a minifig for scale. It's a big snake . Since I'm not going for buildability and instead trying to pretty much make a LDD puppet, it's going to have joints everywhere, mouth, frill and incredibly long and noodle-y body. Expect 35+ points of articulation . Comments and criticism appreciated! Gallery
  6. Yatkuu

    MOC: Spaced

    Hello everyone! Today I would like to present you my latest MOC, natural successor to the Winchester, the house from the TV show Spaced - another masterpiece by Edgar Wright. 23 Meteor Street by Yatkuu, on Flickr For the sake of comparison here is a shot of the actual house used for the show. We're a family (of the 21st century)! by Yatkuu, on Flickr Mike and Private Iron by Yatkuu, on Flickr Note that the head used for Mike does not really exist. It is a mix of this head and this one and a bit of photoshop magic from my friend Pixel Fox. Spaced by Yatkuu, on Flickr Thanks for watching!
  7. brickbuilder711

    Rick the Brick

    He's just an everyday person.... but with a love an obsession for LEGO. While not 100% brick flick (sorry if this is in the wrong forum), this comedy series of shorts will feature this strange mysterious character playing around with his Laygoes, making various life sized builds. His name is Rick The Brick. I'll be sending you guys episodes from the series as the series develops. Here's episode 1: No Coaster No Problem.
  8. Carleduardoling

    Galidor

    What do you think of Galidor, The show and the toy, like pro's and con's. For me the show was CONS; a bit cheesey low production value ended on a cliff-hanger PROS; It was felt something LEGO would have designed with the city look character look ECT. Cool costumes cool concept and props fairly good storyline good principal cast TOYS CONS; Out of proportions with the characters made them look weird mcdonalds toys were lacking Just kinda weird as a whole set PROS; cool packaging cool organic looking pieces that can be used for MOCing (no matter how much people say its not) some have cool functions