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With all the talk of Wall-E lately I was reminded of another robot from my childhood, Number (Johnny) Five... I think it's the eyebrows. Anyway, a quick trip over to Lego Ideas and I found this project too. I'd absolutely love this to be made.
This is my project. It's been up for a little while but I've been away for work and haven't done any sharing of it yet. It's a city garden for the modular line. I wanted to do something to bring life to the city scape, now that growing food in more urban areas is becoming more popular I wanted to promote growing food as well. Also would be a much less expensive addition to your modular city. Thanks for checking it out and glad I found this thread!
Check out the great update Orion Pax did to his Nautilus. He made a smaller version which still looks great, and probably stands a much better chance of actually making it through reviews if he gets there!
I think its awesome.
Not a submission but just want to say this.
I am so incredibly happy that the nautulis made it to 10k. That set I want so badly,i think it will make it. The set is just way to good to not make it. To bad it will be at least one more year till release.
I had a project rejected because I had columns at the end of the description, ie:
Check out my other ideas:
Please support my Lego idea is to be used for iPads and landline phone stand and the smaller one for remote controls
Additionally, the design is a little bit... ahh... sparse, shall we say. It appears to consist of about two dozen technic beams and axles, and the emphasis appears to be on basic functionality, rather than design asthetics.
I would suggest that you take a little time to search Google images for the kind of thing you've submitted, and see how others have done the same thing. Then look to improve on those.
Oh and please take part in discussions here on Brickset, rather than just joining to promote your project.
I re-posted a new version of my '32 Hot Rod project the other day. Have a look and let me know what you think.
Thanks @VorpalRyu for updating me on my project :)
Here's my project:- Upin & Ipin's house - traditional tropical village house.
The link is at https://ideas.lego.com/projects/119757
Hope you can give your support!
Built to standard Ideas quality level using the latest techniques and rendering to really sell it as a viable project. @SumoLego just go ahead and send me your preorder, I assume you will want at least 10?
J-TYPE 327 NUBIAN ROYAL STARSHIP
And The Hospital Ship from the attack on the death star.
Those 2 ships would allow eveyone ship in the movie at several different moments.
Nubian would allow many Tattooine scene completions but to me MOST IMPORTANTLY it would allow all 3 ships from the end of Episode 3.
The Hospital ship would allow completion of all ships shown of destruction of Death Star 1 as well as the Escape from Hoth scenes.
I do not want them to make a new version of the Tantive but I wish I had a UCS Tantive.
This is my second recent Ideas project. A 1932 Ford Style 'Space Rod'
Let me know what you think, and tell your friends!
Introducing: the "Shadow"! This vehicle is a sleek, black, lightweight three-wheeler featuring opening cockpit, engines, incredible stability, a streamlined design, and clever use of unusual parts. I made this as a Lego Ideas project and it is currently up for voting here (https://ideas.lego.com/projects/119643). This is a must-have for all who love cool cars!
I made this car because Lego has not released a three-wheel Creator/Expert vehicle yet. I also figured that builders everywhere would really enjoy learning the unusual building techniques employed in the building of this craft. Furthermore, I wanted to share the joy I experienced of building a car with abnormal pieces such as castle arches, alien tail fins, Chima wings, Technic parts, and more. And when completed, the satisfying result is an impressive car that is a great addition to any Lego car builder's collection.
See all the images at the link above, or at the page on my website: https://legonerd98.wordpress.com/2015/10/26/shadow/
Pitfall is a very popular game for Atari 2600.
Also, I agree that there should be a "this is my awesome idea go support it" thread separate from the "let's all discuss Lego ideas and how it does/doesn't work for us. Sharing a link to an idea you are discussing (preferably you didn't create) seems fine, but to fill the thread with promotions when you aren't part of the discussions is a bit annoying.
Okay, you can all hate on me now for saying it.
It is a bit difficult for those of us trying to learn to sort through though. This is a great community that has helped me so much. I'm so glad I found brickset!
A unique idea with no sort of IP tie up.
Even forgetting the licensing aspect, there are about 15 new molds necessary for the ponies.
In fairness, this is an OLD project from back before the "no new molds" restriction was fully understood. There are a lot of other projects from back then that never had a chance for similar reasons.
You can count me as one more person who's sad that there will never be My Little Pony LEGO (even though I know it'd be impossible), and sadly I don't see any efforts by Hasbro to step up their game as far as My Little Pony building toys are concerned. In fact, I haven't even seen them put forth any effort to extend Kre-O to include girl-oriented brands, which is surprising since so many other companies were so quick to play follow-the-leader after the success of LEGO Friends.
Maybe if Mega Bloks' Monster High sets (which seem better than their crappy Barbie sets) really take off, Hasbro might take a gamble on Equestria Girls building toys? But in the meantime, I feel like there's a big potential market they're missing out on entirely. And I suppose it's just as well — there's no real reason to think MLP Kre-O products would be any good anyhow.
Also, if you get the chance, please support it by voting for it here: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/122603
Just click the 'Support' button, comment with the keyword "brick" and if this MOC becomes a Lego set, you will automatically be entered into a drawing to win your own copy!
For a full set of photos, visit the link above or go here: https://legonerd98.wordpress.com/2015/11/14/modular-toy-shop/
@CapnRex101 do you want to do the honours of merging?
The title, combined with the wrong category (should be in Building and Techniques), is also rather ambiguous.
Your model is nice, but I really doubt it has any chance of getting made. I consider it highly unlikely that Lego would ever make an Ideas Modular in the first place and secondly that the concept of doing a toy shop would not have occurred to them. Good luck with it nonetheless.