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Lego must love people who consider that sort of thing a 'solution to a problem'. Anyway, that's Good Sinestro's space jet, made out of the parts of two sets, leaving Hal to stand with the League, a yellow Sinestro for the villain shelf, and GL Sinestro (who doesn't need to be in the League lineup of course) available to pilot this thing. (Plus the spare Sinestro Corps outfit made the basis for a near-enough Sinestro Batman.) I did start by looking up Green Lantern spacecraft from comics and cartoons and such, but since even with two sets the parts were limited, ended up just improvising without a clear plan beyond 'make it look kinda alien'. (Oh, also, I used a space slicked-back hair for Sinestro - I don't hate the 'villain' hair in the set, but I like how this one looks, especially for the 'hero' version.)
Sorry forgot to add photo ! Here's a little Zombie creation from me
My first MOC that I got ready. My camera is pretty old so the quality is what it is.
More info: http://battledroidbricks.blogspot.fi/2015/08/my-first-moc.html
With working engine, suspension, steering and linear transmission.
good explosions in the water.
Inventive use for Bart's catapult. :)
Dirty Dave's Very Dirty Diner
10 minutes before the Health inspection and things aren't going too well !https://flic.kr/p/wr9j6s
They Passed :) ........Hang on somebody hide that cat :(
With Seconds to spare the diner was sparkling and the inspection passed. BUT WAIT Somebody Hide That Cat ...............https://flic.kr/p/xp8DKf
Micropolis scale(?) Office Building
mlarue3 said: Applied to this picture:
And I thought "wow, that's a pretty impressive museum piece. And also an interesting style of tour-guiding".
That said, Johnny Thunder would make a pretty badass museum guide.
Also, do you have some kind of art background? I always look forward to checking this thread and seeing more of your creations.
@vitreolum Always love your mocs, such imaginative use of parts.
Here's a classic American pickup truck I built using the parts of Creator set 7347-'Highway Pickup' (2012). It has steering, opening doors and hood, detailed interior and engine.
For more pictures, check out http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/418291.
Cool! Have you ever made a little Batmobile?