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  1. Haunted A-Frame Cabin While I'm looking forward to the see my A-Frame Cabin on the shelves of the LEGO stores worldwide as it has been chosen as one of the next LEGO IDEAS sets (I still can't believe it...), I built a spooky variation of the rustic house based on the 2012 LEGO Monster Fighters series. It is a kind of tribute to the MF Haunted House released in 2012 by TLG. Size and shape are basically the same as the A-Frame Cabin, colors, details, setting and Minifigures are completely different. If you take a deeper look, you can spot many references and Easter eggs directly related to the LEGO horror theme. The gramophone, the trunk with the top hat, the glass dome with a bone inside are all objects from the MF set. The gate is also a clear tribute to the Haunted House. And take a look at the zombie heads above the gate columns, do you remember where they were in the MF set? Last but not least don't miss the magic Bat Moonstone of Lord Vampyre, the villain of the series. Enjoy and happy Hall🎃ween!
  2. Pretty sure this forum is the best fit. I was looking for a fall/Halloween moc idea and decided to use this picture as an inspiration: Here is the moc so far: I don't have a red wheel barrow yet so I need to get that. The gray part will be filled with trans blue studs for water. I may builda rusty tractor or something to sit in there.
  3. I Scream Clone

    Cemetery Showdown

    Cemetery Showdown It's time for the Cemetery Showdown! Who will survive? Humanity's fate rests in the hands of a few brave souls as they go up against all manner of supernatural beings! I have been meaning to build a nice cemetery diorama to showcase my Monster Fighter figures, hope you like! Cemetery Showdown by I Scream Clone, on Flickr Monster Fighters Montage by I Scream Clone, on Flickr
  4. Halloween isn't popular in my country (but marketers are trying to change this). However, LEGO monsters are cute (or maybe they not?) and I built some vignettes with them. I hope that they're not so bad (sorry for photo quality). ruined castle ghost werewolf 2 by bricksom, on Flickr cemetary zombie 1 by bricksom, on Flickr spooky girl scary tree 1 by bricksom, on Flickr vampire tomb crypt 1 by bricksom, on Flickr vampire tomb crypt 2 by bricksom, on Flickr Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 1 by bricksom, on Flickr Frankenstein monster 3 by bricksom, on Flickr Brick 'Em All! Brick 'Em All 2 by bricksom, on Flickr Brick 'Em All 3 by bricksom, on Flickr Brick 'Em All 4 by bricksom, on Flickr Brick 'Em All 1 by bricksom, on Flickr A little addition: vampire tomb crypt red light by bricksom, on Flickr More pictures:
  5. I partnered up with a very talented animator Garrett Barati on this Halloween themed brickfilm. Enjoy!
  6. A welcome site to the weary traveler is comfortable and clean lodging, and in Nocturnus, this can be especially difficult to find. That is why Lord and Madame Darkmuzzle have established the Wolf's Den - a cozy Inn and tavern located on one of the main routes through the heart of Nocturnus The Wolf's Den has been in operation for the last 30 years, and has become quite popular with merchants and politicians as well as the common wayfarer. It's hearth is always warm and inviting in the coldest of weather, and they always have a haunch of meat or thick stew on the fire. This late in the fall, the roads are bustling with activity before the last snow. Here we see a sausage merchant on his pig wagon hurrying to a local sausage fair. Traveling in the opposite direction is a local baker with a cart heavily laden with breads and pastries. She is heading to the local market to sell her wares as two local militiamen look on. The cattle graze beneath one of the sickly smelling trees native to the region. Lord Darkmuzzle - Proprietor of the Wolf's Den Madame Darkmuzzle