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I've still got that little conspiracy theorist part of my brain saying that the announcement about allowing Doctor Who projects seemed a bit too big an announcement (like they wanted the projects) especially when the Jurassic Park content was allowed back with relatively little announcement from Ideas. It seems weird that if TLG wanted the licence they wouldn't just go for it rather than pushing it over to Ideas.
It would be very interesting if they went straight to doing a full theme straight off the bat from the Ideas project.
If they do I really hope they do what CB did with the full set of Doctor minifigures:
I've picked that up in shops several times but never had the heart to actually buy it.
In case the set gathers 10000 supports on LEGO Ideas, it will get a chance to be released as official LEGO set. Therefore if you like my work, please support it. Thank you!
Link on the project: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/85110
For more details, please check the link below. If you like the model, please give your support. Thanks a lot!
The project features the scene from the movie Captain America: The First Avenger. Red Skull is escaping in his flying-wing with the cosmic cube, and Captain America is chasing him, but he is losing his target. Thanks to Peggy Carter and Colonel Chester Phillips, who come with Red Skull's roadster for help! After kissing Peggy goodbye, the mighty Captain jumps onto the aircraft from the roadster and saves the day!
The flying-wing is built mainly with dark grey, light grey, black and some dark red bricks. The front cockpit can open and fit one minifig, probably Red Skull himself. The back cockpit can also open, where Red Skull place the cosmic cube.
The roadster is built with black and dark red bricks, and can fit two minifigures comfortably. Peggy and Colonel Chester Phillips are driving the luxurious car, although it is Red Skull's ride. For more details of the roadster, please refer to this link (including the car model from real bricks):
This project includes four minifigs: Captain America, Red Skull, Peggy Carter and Colonel Chester Phillips. As for the accessories: Captain America is holding his shield; Red Skull has a big gun in one hand and the cosmic cube in the other; Peggy and the Colonel are both holding a pistol. All four minifigs have custom decals on their heads and torsos.
Thank you all for viewing!
Remove that minifig and TLG should have no problem with the rest of the project.
We all know it's very unlikely to get a large scale model of the Avengers Helicarrier from LEGO; so why not have a mini one? It's compact and is a great iconic show piece for your desk or shelve from the hit movie Avengers (2012) This small model only contains 126 pieces; therefore it's an easy purchase and isn't going to break the bank.
One day this LEGO Avengers Helicarrier could be yours; click the vote button and share with your friends and make it happen.
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I would appreciate any help in getting more support for my Cog Railway set.
Almost at 1,000, and finding it difficult getting more traction. While the set has been featured in the news, supporters don't come from news watchers :)
Please support the Piano project by Hidaka. He is less than 900 away from reaching 10,000 and the review phase!
His idea of including a CD of recordings of each particular instrument with its matching set completes the project, in the same way that Architecture provides an informative design booklet with each style of building.
I would love to see a series of instruments and a composers minifigure set offered in the future if this initial project gets approved.
Winter Village Train Depot - https://ideas.lego.com/projects/16279
Winter Village Castle Keep - https://ideas.lego.com/projects/88167
These are better than the last two official LEGO sets, in my view.
It got approved today so
I handed over a copy of it to the butcher last Saturday so he'll be drumming up a bit of support!
How thoughtful to give Mr Edge his very own copy--and clever, too.
It's a fantastic build and I will support it without hesitation (this coming from a vegetarian).
Good luck to you!
Keep voting, Bricksetters!
Good point about "not being part of the official line" as market street wasn't strictly an official set either, well, factory anyway! Here's hoping it gets there anyway.
@LegoKip thanks for supporting also for the sacrifice! (Maybe not the best choice of words!).
Hope you like it and support it.
with Christmas just a few weeks behind us, I felt it was time for a new "Holiday Train". So I designed the "Northern Starlet holiday train" as a cute, easy to build train that looks good riding around your Christmas tree :-). You find a photo attached to this post.
If you find this train worthy to be taken into production, please support it at https://ideas.lego.com/projects/89470.
Your comments are also always welcome.
Looking at the projects in review again I still struggle to see any clear winners. I'd love to see TLG take a chance on one of those bigger sets, but I really don't think it'll happen. That brick built Wall-e is amazingly cute and I think from it's size it has a good chance against the others, but impossible to know what TLG will decide.
Also the two Doctor Who projects have been carried over and on some level I'm still expecting one of them to get through.
More than anything else I just hope that they manage to keep on a good time frame for these reviews.
You can see large images on my flickr page: https://flickr.com/photos/markisnot/sets/72157650302281115/
To celebrate, let's drum up some support for his butcher shop!
(You can also see a copy of the model up-thread being given to the owner of the real life shop, Mr Edge.)
Thanks to everyone who's supported it so far too. :smile:
I admit it's for purely selfish reasons - I really want to build your shop. ;)
So here is my first Lego Ideas project. The Hover Scout and Recharge Dock. A low piece count and hopefully affordable set.
I've really enjoyed developing this, and I've had to learn some new skills along the way such as building digitally (with Bricksmith) and rendering with Povray (but it takes so loooong to render). All in all it's been great fun to do, and there's nothing left now except for me to throw myself to the wolves...
If you like the idea, any support you can give is most appreciated :-) ideas.lego.com/projects/91841