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  1. Video from the yearly model railroad exhibition in the danish city of Helsingør earlier this month. The LEGO contribution was done by our new (and smallish) train club, Togklodsen. Unfortunately I couldn’t participate but a lot of my trains did A rather spectacular crash occurs around the 12 minute mark
  2. Hi all, we've still got a way to go on our latest moc, but decided to have a bit of fun while we wait for bricklink orders to arrive. First attempt at anything like this, but we found it hilarious to make. Enjoy! (For anyone wondering, a Jammie Dodger is a kind of biscuit we have in the UK) (Edit: spelling)
  3. Once in a while, every Technic builder wants to build a Lego boat. I was no exception, but there's a lots of boats being built: how to make an original boat then? I decided to not design a good-looking boat, but to make it a tool for filming. This choice asks for a boat that can be quickly placed into its filming position, which means it should be fast and agile. It should also have enough remote control range to film on big water areas. The 1980's Power Functions remote is thus completely out of the question: responds very slow and outside, there's 2 metres of range. We all must thank S-brick for existing. S-brick (or alternatives) makes this boat possible: without sufficient range, there cannot be a camera boat. Many boats have a keel and a rotating propeller at the back. A submerged plane behind the propeller acts as a rudder. Sadly, a rudder becomes less efffective at lower boat speeds and the boat reacts slowly to it: turning the rudder does not mean turning the boat, it first needs speed (and thus space!) to turn. In Dutch ditches (where I wanted to test the boat), there is not a lot of space available for maneuvering. Having a a slow-responding boat with a rudder there means the boat being into the reed all the time. I therefore eliminated the rudder and mounted the propeller on a hinge. Any hinging of the propeller system at any propeller speed the boat causes immediate turning, which is a nice direct response on the steering input. Good theory, but when a single rotating propeller is mounted on the rear, the boat will rotate along its Z-axis. I'm not sure why this happens. It may happen due to the gyroscopic effect of the propeller or due to the Lego propellers not being made for water propulsion, but anyway I had to deal with it. A second propeller placed next to the first propeller that rotates in the opposite direction seems to to the trick. However, when you mount this system on a single hinge, the (larger) system swings out quite far and easiliy hits reed in the typical tight Dutch waters I tested it in. Also, in windy waters, having a single propeller at the rear means the steering is countersteering all the time just to sail straight on! To deal with the problem, I mounted 1 propeller at the front of the boat and one steered propeller at the rear. This means the boat always tracks straight (even when the wind comes in from any side) and that the propellers can be mounted close to the boat, reducing its draft. The boat is made from 2 boat hulls to create a stable camera platform. This concept worked, it gave a lot of control. I decided to use a race buggy motor as it provides a lot of RPM at low torque, excactly what a boat needs. As no additional parts (for looking nice etc) were added, the boat was light, controllable, fast and really fun to use. The steering is a quite unusual setup (for me). It contains a rack with a 24t gear, a PF Servo motor and a ball link system. This setup had the power and speed that was needed for the steering to be quick. The video The GoPro is mounted upside down under the boat. The high speed axle to the front propeller is also visible. For water level footage, the GoPro is mounted starboard-side of the boat. As the boat only weighs 831 grams, this effects the balance a bit.. Sometimes, I used a rearward-facing camera, mounted in a Lego frame and adjustable by a large linear actuator. The same camera, facing to the front. Due to the size of the boat, there are weight restrictions. The boat wouldn't sink with a mounted DSLR camera, but it would not be stable enough when the wind increases. The Sbrick and PF battery box are mounted on the left side to keep a low center of gravity and to restore the balance (the servo is not in the middle). The boat packs some power, which is visible from the wake in the water. Thanks to S-brick the boat never went out of range so it was also a really nice toy. It might have been faster with BuWizz though, but that question might be answered later. I think this boat really makes a case for the race buggy motor. It has good RPM and power for its size and in the water it never runs out of torque (a problem that can occur on land.. ). Hopefully someday somehow it will be made compatible to Powered Up, otherwise this hero will disappear in the shady realms of the past.
  4. Come discover Benny in a new and exciting adventure, his goal? Go to the moon
  5. This weekend the swedish exhibition Klossfestivalen hade it's 5th run. The show Swedish AFOLs teamed up with MVL Designs to give you a tour of all the builds. For all of you that was not able to visit Sweden. Hope you enjoy it 😊
  6. Hello, Some of your may know, that we have community in Russia. We have about 8000 subscribes and about 100 active members. Sometimes we post our events reports that can be interesting for you. Since almost no-one can read our russian-language community, we will share our experience here. Our moderators are also represnted here at EB: Desert752, Filsawgood, Limga and me. We have two types of contests: building contests 4x4 trial and trophy indoor challenge 4x4 trial outdoor challenge Thanks to LEGO Group abd Vengit (Sbrick) that support our community with prizes. We will be glad to share our experince and meet guests from all over the world at our events! EVENTS (we will update this list from time to time): Outdoor Truck Trial race in Moscow(July 2015) Indoor Trial competition and DIY Trial course obstacles (November 2015) Outdoor Rally BAJA Downhill (May 2016) Indoor Jeep Trial 2016 (November 2016) Indoor Truck Trial Challenge 2017 (september 2017) BUILDING CONTESTS (we will update this list from time to time): Summer adventure Our latest event took place in Moscow 17th september, with 2 special guests - hosts of Beyond the Brick channel that visited Moscow. That's the preview of full video that coming soon. More photos under the spoiler Full photo album https://vk.com/technic_club?z=album-40661157_247217695
  7. Hey all, we've been working on building up a lego youtube channel for romanian fans (https://bit.ly/2ML8vLM) I know this might not appeal to many on the site since only a part of us speak romanian, but I thought some of you might like to know. We're still young naive beginners, and especially in the beginning I've tried emulating what I like from other channels while slowly making it my own. I would love some feedback from members here, either romanian speakers or otherwise, everyone is welcome! I am also a newbie to the forums here, but I do follow your news.You'll find some reviews, some short and hopefully amusing videos, as well as some past live streams (which we are planning on making more of).Once again, the link is https://bit.ly/2ML8vLMIf and only if you enjoyed it, I would really appreciate a subscription, it will help us make a lot more content, I absolutely love LEGO and want to talk about it as much as possible :)))))))Thanks for your time, hope to see you on the channel! Happy building!
  8. I have decided to record a little trick I am using in LDD to finely position my MOCs. I hope you'll find it useful.
  9. Long-time member, sometime speaker. I thought it was time to get more active in the AFOL community, so I've started a YouTube channel. The first batch of videos will consist of my reviews of the new Harry Potter sets and Collectable Minifigure Series. Please find the first video, a review of the polybag 30407: Harry's Journey to Hogwarts, below. I'll add more reviews as I make them. Apologies for the varying picture quality. It's my first try! And I'm thinking: I should probably include more close-ups of the actual LEGO next time... Still, I hope this proves useful and/or entertaining to you. Thanks!
  10. Sariel

    Danish LEGOLAND: Video Tour

    I'm happy to present a POV video from most of the Danish LEGOLAND's rides and boats. I also have a complete tour of the Miniland coming up and I will add it in this thread later - first I have to edit 3 hours of video material :)
  11. BrickinNick

    LEGO Fortnite Loot Llama

    Hey friends! Finally ready to share my first MOC on here with y'all. Here's my build of the Loot Llama from Fortnite: Battle Royale! Took me over 24 hours to build over the course of six live-streams on Twitch! Had a lot of fun trying to get all of the details and textures just right. I was so lucky they had all the colours I needed on the PAB Walls at my local LEGO stores! Hahaha... enjoy! Also put together a little video highlighting different elements and features of the build, check it out HERE.
  12. I am looking for a descent mid-range camera (at least 1080p) to replace my smartphone's camera, and I'd like to know what you have/are using. So my question is simple: What camera do you use to film your videos of your MOCs? If you use more than one, please list all of them, or if you have upgraded to a higher-end camera, please list both your new one and your old one(s).
  13. beverly888

    MOC Easter Bunny's Secret Workshop

    Easter Bunny is almost ready to deliver the candy and eggs. But, first, he must paint the eggs and pack the baskets in his ultra-secret workshop. The hens have done a magnificent job providing the eggs, and all the forest creatures stop by to help with last minute tasks. Just before he leaves on the great Easter Egg odyssey, Easter Bunny will fuel up on carrots from the carrot patch. Happy Easter! Beverly
  14. Hello My review of 42077. There is a lot of thoughts and ideas there. So I translated it to english (turn on subtitiles). Contents of review 1) foreword 1:00 2) exterior 1:18 3) functions 6:18 4) designer 11:05 5) set contents 11:57 6) cosmetics promotion 13:00 7) adding stickers 16:16 8) modifiсations 17:27 9) pros :34 10) cons 20:04 11) Alternative model thoughts 25:55 12) final thoughts 26:26 In the end, set is very good as resource set for buulding cars (especially if you have other DARK Azure sets like 42077). And you can add a lot of mods here: that's much better to do mod with such hatchback than with Le-Man or F1 racer. You can add saloon, dashboard, rear seats, move engine to front, even 4sp gearbox can be placed here. Thanks for watching
  15. First of all, I'm not a videogame guy; I've never really played any video game, save for a few classic arcade games a couple of times. But, I am fascinated by many of the novel back stories and plots of numerous videogames, particularly those of a alternate historical basis. The three prominent videogame franchises that I think could make for some incredible movies are the Wolfenstein, BioShock, and Fallout games specifically. These three franchises have had been pondered upon by various film studios for film adaptations, but have currently been put on the back burner or shelved. One other franchise that I'd like to see adapted for film is Crimson Skies; but currently, it may not have much relevance now. So what cinematic videogame franchise adaptations are you anticipating and/or wish for? Discussion of movies focused generally on videogames and/or videogaming (Wreck-It Ralph and Ready Player One, for example) is also allowed by the way.
  16. Today is the 20th anniversary of LEGO's first video game, LEGO Island! I've been built the Island in real life in honor of this anniversary as well as to honor Wes Jenkin's legacy, who sadly passed away last week. Here is an introduction video I did of the Island: I also modeled all the buildings in Stud.io so that you can download and view them in 3D and easily export them into Bricklink wishlists if you want to build your own Island! Here's a sampling of the Information Center. If that piques your interest, you can CLICK HERE to see the rest of the buildings! To download the Stud.io files CLICK HERE!
  17. Hi, here is my TC12 topic. Origin, plans, backstory, whatever. When I've seen this contest announcement, I was not really excited, mostly because the original game and TV show missed me. But I liked the idea, and the fact it is a contest ( :D ) , so I decieded to give it a try. Later, I was browsing my old drawings, and stumbled upon really old "monsters in hot-rods" (https://horcikdesigns.deviantart.com/gallery/40040640/Monsters-in-HotRods) series, and recognised, that they're wacky enough (especially the Yeti) to be inspiration for this contest. So, the base stone (or snowball) was laid. The build went really fast from that moment. I plan to make simple 2 axle "wackhicle" capable of travelling through every terrain (mainly snow, of course), something like snow-hot-rod. Steered will be only front axle, and the wacky function will unfortunatelly be very simple, but the name of this hungry Yeti's cart is derived from this. It will also be equipped with front snowball cannon to freeze opponents. Right now I have nearly finished the chassis. I will not show you the colour-scheme, but be sure it has something to do with another LEGO line. TC12 - Avalunch TC12 - Avalunch TC12 - Avalunch Stay tuned for more Snow'n'roll.
  18. Max Hart Lane

    LEGO Monster

    A big bad chameleon monster go to the LEGO City for pizza. Nobody can resist it. What happen with their city? Let's see!!! Made by Lego creator polybag 30477 - Chameleon Like me on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/BrickHartLane5555/
  19. This is a video I made for LEGO Group. The goal was to show set 31066 (Space Shuttle Explorer) in "fun mode" for seasonal event "Back to school". The audience was mainly children under the age of 12. The movie itself has been used in the LEGO® LIFE app. Read more » Full story here: LEGO Gallery - [BRICKFILM] LEGO 31066 Space Shuttle Explorer - Back to school Follow my new MOCs and articles at: Facebook | Flickr | Google+ --- Notice: This is a shortened version of the post from LEGO Blog - Bricks' Treasure.
  20. Norwegian Lego Fan

    Lego Sports Bloopers!

    Some objects are flying in this funny stop-motion video, I'd love to know how they did that!
  21. If you thought the 42070 A-model was bad, the B-model is here to convince you it was actually pretty good. In fact, it seems to have been built solely for that purpose:
  22. I'm happy to report that this thing is a delightful change from the awful 42070, especially in terms of suspension and details. It's like these two sets were designed on separate planets.
  23. I guess this belongs here, since we don't have a specific forum section for Creator cars and it looks Model Team-ish enough. I present you the bus that suffers from subpar accuracy (the front end looks atrocious) and marketing bull...t (no, it's NOT built at the same scale as other Creator cars), and yet manages to look really, really good on a shelf:
  24. Ready to go back in time to the 80's? Dust off that NES and controllers and join me in bringing these blasts from the past back to life! i created a small project that features two of my favorite nes games metriod and megaman project includes: 2 NES game cartridges and stands (this are built to the same size as the real games) 2 stickers for the game lables to make this dispay authentic 4 minifigures with 100% exclusive printing these figures include: -Megaman -Protoman and -Samus -Zero Suit Samus sorry about all the stuff covering it, i just have a lot of my work stolen so im trying to cover myself anyway hope you like my work so far, ive submitted it to lego ideas so hopefully that goes well