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  1. So far in the past years, we've seen in a Christmas Winter Village: *Toy Shop *Winter Bakery *Post Office What else would you like to see in the future for the Winter Village? My prediction is it's going to be a church or a simple village home. What is your prediction?
  2. I have posted this in the Town Snow contest thread, but I feel like it deserves it's own thread as well. This is first of many wildlife sculptures I am working on, for an ultimate purpose, a coffee table book. I have also created a Flickr group named Bricks of Wildlife for curating Lego creations of wildlife from the Lego community. Feel free to join, browse and add your wildlife Lego creations. I hope for it to be a great resource and an inspiration. Winter Fox Hunt by Miro Dudas, on Flickr Miro
  3. [MOC] Train Engine Shed

    Another creation for diorama on incoming event - in winter edition. No interior has been made. I also try to put on some icicles, but I didn't like them at all. When I'll put it on diorama, some utensils, decorations and accessories will be added. For now it is, what it is. Credits for "Stop buffers" goes to Karwik. I like the idea, but I made my own version of it.
  4. LEGO Seasonal sets the NEED to be made. This list is will be composed of seasonal sets that haven't been made or are bigger remakes of previous sets. There will be 3 sets on this list. 1: Christmas tree truck with Christmas tree lot. This set would be loosely on set 40082 and 40083, but be a much bigger set. The truck's cab would be green and the trailer would be red The truck would be like a logging truck and would be around 200 pieces and the lot would be around 50 pieces, and it would come with 10 trees, 5 molded, and 5 built up, with ornaments on the built up trees. The price would be $30.00 USD 2:A remake of the Winter Village Cottage.set 10299 and 10222. We need a set like this that is on the cheaper end, but has good builds and fun building experiences. I don't have any of these sets, but it would be nice to see these sets in a remake mash-up. The set would have 500-550 pieces. The Mail Truck would be 50 pieces, and it would be red and green. The Snowplow would be 80 pieces, and be green vehicle and orange snowplow. The buildings would be a snowplow shed, 75 pieces, and would use the brick-like LEGO bricks in dark red and tan and have a door that you can put down, a LEGO store that is 115 pieces and will be made of red and white pieces with a "mannequin" LEGO minifigure on each side of the door, a Coffee/ Hot Chocolate stand that is 15 pieces and that is made a brown bricks and a white sign, and, for a final building, a town square that is 200 pieces and would have a tree made of 100 pieces and would be like the tree we got a few years ago and the square would have 2 snow-covered benches. The figures would be a male LEGO worker, a mailman, 3 kids, a female LEGO worker, a snowplow driver, and 5 adults, one of the adults is an older worker. the set would be $50.00 USD. It would also have a light brick and snowy backdrop. 3: The final set is Christmas Square Fun! This set will have 450 pieces and will have mostly minifigures, kind of like the Fun at the Park set, except only bigger. The main builds would include a snowmobile, a Christmas tree, Santa's Workshop where you can meet Santa, and a snowy Christmas night backdrop. The minifigures would be Santa, an Elf, 6 adults, 10 kids, 2 dogs, and a marching band with instruments. The set would retail for $35.00 USD.
  5. Hi, i was looking for the set in the lego online shop in Italy but it can't be found. Is it being retired?
  6. [MOC] Small Ferris Wheel [updated]

    Hi, I would like to show you my wip moc of a ferris wheel for my winter village. I got inspiration from this one, expecially for the gondolas, but i spiced it up a little bit (6 instead of 4, top cover, etc...). Of course i still have to develop everything around it, this is just the wheel for now (and still need to add some more decorations). As I'm new to this forum and I'm back on track after a long dark age I would like to know your impressions and suggestions to get it better before ordering the pieces i miss.For example i have some difficulties to attach more firmly the white plates to the black technic rotor plate. Any ideas? The gondolas are connected via turntables, i guess that there is a little bit too friction on that but it's the easiest way i found. FRONT VIEW REAR VIEW Comments and suggestions are welcome
  7. This project started about one year ago, when I saw this machine in real life. Previously I wasn't impressed at all, but seeing it ignited a spark. I abandoned it because of the lack of snow that particular winter to return to it later. It is inspired by PistenBully groomers, but it is not a scale model. Here is the final outcome :) As you can see, it uses Sariel's custom tracks. I'm happy to publish the (probably) first model using them (apart from his models, of course). It was however not the best use for them. They are really bad in snow. While they are OK in fresh snow, they can't propel the model on the ski slope - I was only able to drive downwards. There was also one thing I didn't consider - since the drive wheels are located so low, snow would quickly get there and melt, which caused the loss of traction. Oh well. Ready-made tracks would perform much better, but it was an interesting experiment. It's also unstopable on carpet - the model was succesfully tested by a 7-year-old :) It was designed to be failproof and it does its job very well. Other functions work without any problems. The middle wheels have simple pendular suspension. On the rear it features two easily interchangeable tillers. The one above is very detailed and its sides can swivel down. I don't know all the technical terms. It works fine, I like that I can control both sides with a single gear. The moving parts stay in place because of worm gears and friction pins. It doesn't have a razor, but it is also an optional equipment on real machines. The second tiller was designed to be light and simple, just in case the lifting mechanism doesn't function properly. I was actually surprised by how much a single small linear actuator can lift. It required a bit of experimenting with angles, but at the end it would easily lift the heavy attachment or press it down, because the whole thing was suspended on two shock absorbers. Everything can be seen in the video. I'm very happy with the front shovel. It's very sturdy, angled enough to actually flip through the snow, just like in real groomers. It is lifted by an L-Motor with two small actuators. It has the power to lift the entire model. The blade can also be rotated with the use of a worm gear. It's similar to Designer Han's Leitwolf, but functions better. I installed two shocks, which effectively reduce the backlash, but still allow for some movement and act as suspension. At first I wanted to use pneumatics, but they would look messy and not be able to keep the angle. The guide wheels on both sides help a lot when driving through carpet. The sides don't move to be more sturdy, so I added some fake cylinders. They took me well over an hour of experimenting :D Cab can be tilted and doors open. The interior is modest, but it doesn't lack anything essential. Under the cab there's a battery box for the lighting - I use LifeLites LEDs. I absolutely love them, because they have 25 pre-programmed sequentions - here we two blinking orange lights on the roof. The building of the cabin was a challenge even of itself, because the width had to be even. In the base two XL-Motors (geared 3:5) need to sit side-by-side , so I had to use bricks and plates to create very strong sides. You can't really do it with a single layer of connectors, and at 13 studs it was way too wide. At the however the use of classic bricks turned out to be a good thing. It was also my first model to use the 8878 rechargeable BB. One interesting small thing is, the on/off switch is controlled by a hidden lever with a rubber connector, which makes it comfortable to control. Overall I'm happy with the model. Performance on snow could have been better, but it is a beast when on carpet. Functions have more than enough power and the looks are also fine. I managed to hide all the electric components in the base. Some previous Technic groomers had more functions, but usually at the cost of a huge battery box behind cab or some motors inside tracks. I managed to keep my model clean and sturdy. A lot more pictures on my bricksafe: Here is the video: Thanks for reading!
  8. Harburg Castle

    This is my 5th entry into the Colossal Castle Contest XIV, for the Ice Castle category. Burg Eltz castle in Germany is one of my favorite castles, and that castle was my main inspiration for this build. My model stands 84 studs tall, and features a full interior via 2 hinging walls sections. Harburg Castle is located in the mountain range near the Nocturnus border in Mitgardia. The lord of the castle, Karsten Storrar, receives an unexpected visit from his brother Sir Glorfindel. Inside the castle the cook prepares some fresh baked goods while a few guards take their mid-day meal. "Karsten! It is good to see you again!" "Likewise, but what brings my famous little brother and Dedan the hunter to Harburg?" Karsten asked jokingly, though his tone soon shifted as he posed another question, "New tidings of the Algus in the North?" "No, the Kylma Katsella and new fortifications seem to be holding back those foes. It's danger from the east that brings me, as we've heard many reports of the Black Spire's influence in Nocturnus growing stronger. Naturally, Harburg's location on the Nocturnus border makes it an important position to have well defended. We've come to warn you and other towns and villages that their defenses should be strengthened in the face of this possible threat," Glorfindel answered. "Yes, I've heard these rumors myself and tried to prepare accordingly. Unfortunately, many of the neighboring lords and jarls feel that these rumours are unfounded." "Which is why we've come to you first," Dedan interjected, "we hoped that your influence in this region of Mitgardia might help to convince the others." "Well I'm happy to do what I can, though of course you understand the difficulty of the situation. The recent Algus threat has already weakened most towns and villages, as they sent supplies and men to fortify the North. But enough of this gloomy talk, come! The twins will be thrilled to have a visit from their uncle, and I'm sure Karin will be pleased to see you as well." And with that, the group headed into the protection and welcoming warmth of the keep. On a white backdrop: There are plenty more pictures on brickbuilt. I'm quite pleased with how this turned out, and am looking forward to developing more stories with Glorfindel's family. C&C always welcome
  9. Winter Village: Filling Station

    Welcome to the Winter Village Filling Station, where you can fill your gas tank and fill your belly at the same time! This creation features the main building, a pair of vintage-style gas pumps, and a retro gas truck. Here's the main building, with tire rack and vintage road sign. It's been decorated quite nicely for the winter holiday. Inside, you can stock up on supplies and chat with the friendly staff. The pumps are shielded by a canopy. And here's the truck, which I had the most fun designing to give it a mid-century diesel look. More images available on Flickr. Thanks for looking! Comments and suggestions welcome!
  10. Lego New Year Special

    Happy New Year everyone! Here is our New Stop Motion Animation.
  11. Good day! Today I present to you my newest MOC - a Snowmobile! This MOC uses my Heavy Duty Track cocept , which looks to perform really well on carpet. There's not much to tell , it is under-powered by 2 m-motors and steering by another m-motor. The drive motors can be changed to l-motors without any problems , it should perform much better with them. There's no snow where I live , so I wasn't able to test it outside Here's the LDD file ( click! ) and Bricksafe gallery Any remarks or opinions are welcome
  12. [ MOC ] The Winter Express

    Hi everyone! A little while since I completed and posted my creations. Winter is here, and Christmas is coming, and I think it is time to do something for my winter village. Here is my first try on making a train MOC, and it is an interesting building journey. I have looked at different beautiful locomotive engines online and created my version with a little seasonal deco. I don't want this to be a funny, cartoon Christmas tree, but a formal and decent express train going between the city and the winter village. The engine is the part that took me most time to create. I had the basic form in my head, but the mechanism and details actually required quite some understanding of the actual old locomotives. Luckily, the green Emerald Train gave me much hint and so I ended up with this: I added some interesting details to the front bumper part, using the claw pieces. I also tried a "tilted bottle" arrangement for the chimney part. The engine probably runs on diesel as there is no coal section. The wagon car follows the engine, and that is how you get your presents at the winter village! Freshly delivered from the city center! The passenger car is a simple one with all you need: doors and windows, and a streamlined profile. It looks like it has warm air supply already for your long journey through the winter: The last car is a mail car. Of course, you need to deliver a lot of parcels and Christmas cards to the villagers from the city. So, have we arrived yet? Yes, this is it! Hope you guys like it! :D Have a merry Christmas! ;)
  13. Hello everyone! As promised, there are some pictures of my new version of my winter village (taken during the fair in Lecco 1 to 2 August 2015). An adventure born three years ago and still carry on with passion by adding new modules, buildings, scenes and details. Take pictures around the complete diorama begins to be complicated having arrived to 2.5 meters wide and 1 meter deep! I hope to be complete this long project by next year and exceeding 50,000 pieces and more than 200 minifigs. I invite you to visit the Flickr gallery to observe all the details of each module. Thanks for coming! Comments are welcome Sandro Complete Diorama: Winter Village part 1: Winter Village part 2: Winter Village part 3: Another view of diorama: A funny scene: The complete Gallery:
  14. I have fond memories of listening to Harold Engel’s “A Child’s Christmas in Scarborough” on the CBC while travelling to relatives during the holiday season. His irreverent Canadian take on the Dylan Thomas classic poem made the long car rides almost enjoyable. I have tried to create a Lego MOC inspired by being a kid in Eastern Ontario over the holiday season. Some other inspirations are the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, the film “A Christmas Story” and of course the annual Doctor Who Christmas special (Fezzes are cool!). A Child's Christmas in Eastern Ontario by Karen Metz, on Flickr A Child's Christmas in Eastern Ontario by Karen Metz, on Flickr A Child's Christmas in Eastern Ontario by Karen Metz, on Flickr image by Karen Metz, on Flickr image by Karen Metz, on Flickr I have included a few features that have been inspired by and/or borrowed from fellow MOCers. These include: JKbrickworks’ miniature tractor, Miro Dudas’ birch tree, Michael Jasper’s rocking chair, Eero Okkonen’s lamp post from the Winter Village Brewery, Etzel use of the Duplo fur for a rug from the winter log cabin, Thorsten Bonsch‘s typewriter from the H.P Lovecraft’s Study and Vecchiasignora Ceppo’s knitter using bagpiper’s kilt from the Winter tailor shop. So many talented people. A Child's Christmas in Eastern Ontario by Karen Metz, on Flickr A Child's Christmas in Eastern Ontario by Karen Metz, on Flickr A Child's Christmas in Eastern Ontario by Karen Metz, on Flickr A Child's Christmas in Eastern Ontario by Karen Metz, on Flickr Artist Studio by Karen Metz, on Flickr image by Karen Metz, on Flickr A Child's Christmas in Eastern Ontario by Karen Metz, on Flickr image by Karen Metz, on Flickr image by Karen Metz, on Flickr A Child's Christmas in Eastern Ontario by Karen Metz, on Flickr The red brick house is loosely based on the J.T. Gallagher House (1885) in Newboro, Ontario, which has an amazing slate roof. For modular purists there are no interior stairs, which would have taken up a lot of interior space and I wanted to fill with holdiay/family scenes instead, so teleportation it is (at least they could use the Tardis). The artwork in the artist studio is a copy of the Group of Seven artist Lawren Harris’ “Pine Tree and Red House, Winter City Painting II" (1924). The bridge is inspired by the stone bridge in Lyndhurst which is the oldest bridge in Ontario, built in 1856/1857, and is still in use today. Hope you enjoy and an early Happy Holidays! image by Karen Metz, on Flickr image by Karen Metz, on Flickr
  15. Last year I found pictures of a really cool Winter Village display that had a ski mountain. In a cut away of the mountain you could see inside and there was a cave with the Yeti mini-figure and the Ice Fisherman mini-figure. It was really cool, the cave had a small pond that the Fisherman was fishing in. Does anyone remember this display and have a link or pictures of it? Or has anyone else built a Yeti's cave they'd like to share?
  16. An early Winter Village

    I built a Winter Village which contains most of the Lego Winter Village sets and a Winter Station, which I will be submitting to Lego Ideas later on (the station is easily converted to a non-winter station). Here are some pictures: And ofcourse I made a winter themed video too! The video is also the reason why I already built a Winter Village this soon: I want the video to gain some watchtime on Youtube so more people will find it around Christmas :)
  17. MOC - Tree Lorry Danish Edition

    Hey guys! Today I'm going to show you my latest LEGO(R) creation/MOC. It's a "pre-christmas". I'm prepairing my LEGO(R) city for the Christmas time and this is a good add to it I think. It is a version of the danish tree lorries that carry the trees to put in the familie's houses. I hope you like it!
  18. US Retailer Shopko has a partial list of winter 2017 sets up on their website. They are: FRIENDS: LEGO(regm) Friends Puppy Championship 41300 LEGO(regm) Friends Puppy Parade 41301 LEGO(regm) Friends Heartlake Pizzeria 41311 LEGO(regm) Friends Puppy Treats & Tricks 41304 LEGO(regm) Friends Emma's Photo Studio 41305 LEGO(regm) Friends Heartlake Sports Centre 41312 LEGO(regm) Friends Heartlake Gift Delivery 41310 LEGO(regm) Friends Heartlake Summer Pool 41313 CREATOR: LEGO(regm) Creator Mighty Dinosaurs 31058 LEGO(regm) Creator Beachside Vacation 31063 DISNEY PRINCESS: LEGO(regm) Disney Princess Berry's Kitchen 41143 LEGO(regm) Disney Princess Petite's Royal Stable 41144 LEGO(regm) Disney Princess Elsa's Magical Ice Palace 41148 LEGO(regm) Disney Princess Moanas Island Adventure 41149 LEGO(regm) Disney Princess Moanas Ocean Voyage 41150 LEGO(regm) Disney Princess Anna's Snow Adventure 41147 LEGO(regm) Disney Princess Anna and Elsa's Frozen Playgrnd 10736 DUPLO: LEGO? DUPLO Super Heroes Batcave Challenge 10842 LEGO(regm) DUPLO My First Plane 10849 LEGO(regm) DUPLO Super Heroes Batwing Adventure 10823 LEGO(regm) DUPLO My First Number Train 10847 LEGO(regm) DUPLO Princess Cinderella's Magical Castle 10855 NEXO KNIGHTS: LEGO(regm) NEXO KNIGHTS Three Brothers 70350 LEGO(regm) NEXO KNIGHTS Battle Suit Clay 70362 LEGO(regm) NEXO KNIGHTS Battle Suit Lance 70366 LEGO(regm) NEXO KNIGHTS Lance's Twin Jouster 70348 LEGO(regm) NEXO KNIGHTS Combo NEXO Powers Wave 1 70372 STAR WARS: LEGO(regm) Star Wars Duel on Naboo 75169 LEGO(regm) Star Wars Y-Wing Microfighter 75162 LEGO(regm) Star Wars Krennic Imperial Shuttle Microfighter 75163 LEGO(regm) Star Wars Imperial Trooper Battle Pack 75165 LEGO(regm) Star Wars Yodas Jedi Starfighter 75168 MARVEL/DC: LEGO(regm) Superheroes Marvel Guard Ayeshas Revenge LEGO(regm) Super Heroes Captain America Jet Pursuit 76076 LEGO(regm) Super Heroes Marvel Guard Ravager Attack LEGO(regm) Super Heroes Mighty Micros: Batman vs. Killer Moth MINECRAFT: LEGO(regm) Minecraft The Mushroom Island 21129 LEGO(regm) Minecraft The Ice Spikes 21131 LEGO(regm) Minecraft The Nether Railway 21130 LEGO BATMAN MOVIE: LEGO(regm) Batman Movie Villain Vehicle 70906 LEGO(regm) Batman Movie The Joker Balloon 70900 LEGO(regm) Batman Movie Hero Vehicle 70905 LEGO(regm) Batman Movie Mr. Freeze Ice Attack 70901 LEGO(regm) Batman Movie Catwoman Catcycle Chase 70902 LEGO(regm) Batman Movie The Riddler Riddle Racer 70903 LEGO(regm) Batman Movie Clayface Splat Attack 70904 JUNIORS: LEGO(regm) Juniors Mia's Farm Suitcase 10746 LEGO(regm) Juniors Fire Patrol Suitcase 10740 LEGO(regm) Juniors Batman(regm) vs. Mr. Freeze(regm) 10737 DC SH GIRLS: LEGO(regm) DC Super Hero Girls Bumblebee Helicopter 41234 LEGO(regm) DC Super Hero Girls Wonder Woman Dorm 41235 LEGO(regm) DC Super Hero Girls Lashina(regm) Tank 41233 LEGO(regm) DC Super Hero Girls Batgirl(regm) Batjet Chase 41230 ELVES: LEGO(regm) Elves Naida's Gondola & the Goblin Thief 41181 LEGO(regm) Elves The Goblin King's Evil Dragon 41183 CITY: LEGO(regm) City Police High-speed Chase 60138 LEGO(regm) City Great Vehicles Fishing Boat 60147 LEGO(regm) City Great Vehicles Dragster Transporter 60151 LEGO(regm) City Police Tow Truck Trouble 60137 Posting here - I know there are many rumor threads on this forum, but perhaps this will serve as a confirmation of some of those rumors, and perhaps add an unexpected set or two.
  19. Svellbjorn Tower

    I thought the polar bear Chima figs fit well in Mitgardia, particularly the Frozen Beyond, so I built a ice/snow fortress for them. "Svellbjorn" means ice-bear in Norse. The corner stone technique was borrowed from Andrew JN. The Svellbjorn are natives of the Frozen Beyond in Mitgardia, though their tendency to rarely venture outside their territory keeps their existence relatively unknown. Some hunters are bringing in a shark. And a fun shot, with a bit of glare off the 'ice': There are a few more pictures on brickbuilt. I may do more with the Svellbjorn in the future, I imagine them to be enemies of the Algus. C&C welcome
  20. Walk in the Snow

    Sir Glorfindel goes for a peaceful walk in the snow with his loyal husky. Snowy landscapes are one of my favorite things to build, and they are something you don’t see all that often in the LEGO community. I made this MOC to serve as a tutorial for snow-scapes. Hopefully it's helpful, and comments/suggestions for the build are welcome
  21. 10254 Winter Holiday Train Ages 12+ 734 pieces US $99.99 - CA $129.99 - DE €89.99 - UK £69.99 - DK 799.00 DKK Euro pricing varies by country. Please visit for regional pricing. Climb aboard the magical Winter Holiday Train! Gather the family for some festive LEGO® building fun with this charming model featuring a full circle of track, boarding platform with bench and lamppost, a Power Functions upgradable train engine with brick-built smoke bellowing from its stack, coal tender, flatbed wagon with a rotating holiday tree, toys and gifts, and a red caboose with a detailed interior and table. The train engine also features large and small red-colored locomotive wheels and the train is decorated with green wreathes, string lights and white tree elements. This LEGO® Creator Expert set includes 5 minifigures. Includes 5 minifigures: a locomotive driver, ticket collector, grandmother, boy and a girl. The Winter Holiday Train includes 16 curved pieces of track, engine, coal tender, flatbed wagon with holiday tree, toys and gifts, caboose, boarding platform, bench and a lamppost. Decorate the tree and drive the train to see the tree rotate. Join the ticket collector in the cozy caboose for a delicious cup of cocoa. Includes dual building instructions for a perfect family build. Accessory elements include green wreathes, decorative lights and white tree pieces, plus wrapped gift elements and tiny brick-built toys, including a micro train, wind-up car, fire truck, remote controlled robot, sailboat and a spaceship. Upgrade with LEGO® Power Functions (not included) for a motorized engine. Special elements include small and large red train wheels, dark tan windows, train buffers, cow catcher, white tree elements and roller skates. This set includes over 700 LEGO® pieces, including 16 curved tracks. The Holiday Train in total measures over 4” (12cm) high, 20” (52cm) long and 2” (7cm) wide. Curved rail track diameter measures over 27” (70cm). Available for sale directly through LEGO® beginning October 1, 2016 via, LEGO® Stores or via phone: US Contact Center 1-800-453-4652 CA (English) Contact Center 1-800-453-4652 CA (French) Contact Center 1-877-518-5346 European Contact Center 00-800-5346-1111 LEGO, the LEGO logo and the Minifigure are trademarks of the LEGO Group. ©2016 The LEGO Group. All rights reserved. Media Here are some great pictures for you to enjoy. Click this link to see the hi-res versions.
  22. Winter Village Train Station

    Winter Village Station_4 Introduction Lego have released two trains and a lot of nice buildings for the winter village, but it still misses a nice place to stop. This is a station with a nice clock tower with two bells so that the citizens can keep track on the time during the Christmas shopping. Inside the station building there is a waiting room, full ticket booth and a small workshop in the tower for maintaining the clock and the bells. On the right side of the station you have a nice fountain and the train schedule. As you can see in the pictures this would be a very nice supplement for the old holiday train (10173) and this years new winter village set (10254). Basic Info Approx Dimensions: Length 62 cm x Width 12.8 cm x Height 37,4 cm Number of pieces (with minifigs, without track): 1200 Clock print: 17038 Input and support will be appreciated. Winter Village Station_with Train Winter Village Station_Detail
  23. I had fun experimenting with the cross bracing below the platform, and trying to simulate hay bales around the targets Even in the snow, Mitgardian archers continue their practice. There are a few more pictures on brickbuilt. Your comments and suggestions are always welcome, I should be posting the second phase fairly soon
  24. Polar Express Made!

    Hey Guys! So, I have made a Lego ideas Project based off of the Polar Express. The Polar I made and takes a lot of inspiration from the Lego city trains. Here's the link to the project page: Fun Fact: Locomotive is Tender Driven, and houses 2 power functions train motors for extra power.