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A modest Fortress of Solitude. Currently recreating the finale of Supergirl season two, where (spoilers sweetie) Lillian's use of Lex's stellar inverter to turn the sun red and depower Supergirl and Superman predictably goes off the rails and threatens to destroy Earth in a supernova, but thankfully Lena (yeah I know, the hair's not right) shows up in Lex's old warsuit which she's rebuilt to generate sunlight instead of kryptonite radiation, powering up Kara so she can throw the inverter into the sun and restore it, Earth is saved, Lynda Carter punches out Lillian, everyone loves Lena, especially Kara, Mon-El mopes off back to outer space or something.
Okay it's not my fault if CW accidentally makes some other episode.
I did a Lego 75003 re-build. I wasn't happy with the original lego build on some details.
From first glance it looks still like the 75003-build, but when you take a closer look you'll see it has changed quite a lot.
To me it resembles now more the A-wing Lucasfilm artwork you can find on Google.
I hope you like it. Comments appreciated!
Mainly in preparation for the much better invisible jet coming up, and also because 'invisible bike' appealed to my sense of humour and I wanted somewhere to put it. Not sure what the comics are doing presently but I went for the original Themyscira of ancient architecture plus crazy future tech (the dome thingy is kind of a riff on the Magic Sphere Hippolyta keeps tabs on the outside world with), hence the console thingy, and keeping the tech screen from the bike. I do mean to swap the top of the front columns for an arch piece, which I know I saw while I was gathering parts for the build, but darned if I can find it at the moment.
@legobod Thought so - it's hard to believe just a couple of years ago I was watching that movie with a cinema-load of people all saying the lines, and we thought the stars would all be with us for a long time to come. :(
This is my first post here, although I've been a Brickset user for quite a while. As a lifelong VW obsessed enthusiast, I was freaked out in the best possible sense of the word when I got the VIP email showcasing the LEGO 10252 Volkswagen Beetle. My budget would have had me wait until this Christmas, but my best friend came to the rescue and suprised me with it only a month after this Christmas, putting me 11 months ahead of my Creator Expert collecting schedule. Not surprisingly, this beauty has nearly the following in the LEGO community that the real car has. EuroBricks has multiple great threads showing many of the great real life style mods people are having fun with. However, I noticed a mod, my favorite dream one, that I couldn't find anywhere online...
The Baja Bug! This is my first draft build of the Baja conversion, carried out as close to the real world conversion process as possible. At the moment it does not have suspension, and I can assure you that will be added. However, I'm in the R&D phase, so any and all ideas are welcome! Please feel free to share your creativity and ideas :-)
also, I would like to invite any of you who have tweaked your beloved bugs, either the new 10252, the older and larger 10187, and the little guy, 40252, to post your creations. This latest edition of the Volkswagen Beetle from LEGO has inspired a lot of creativity, and I would love to see what other LEGO and VW fans out there have done!
Minifig scale and built to run around a Japanese urban diorama for http://bright-bricks.com/
More pics here: http://www.moc-pages.com/moc.php/437358
Information in my Blog!
Hyped for the Nintendo Switch! :)
The basis of design is the newsstand build from #31036, refit as a coffee stand with some inspiration from #60097 and Larry the Barista from the Lego Movie CMF series. I omitted the hinged structure in favor of a more typical modular-type removable roof. Filling out the rest of the site is #60134 for a nice little urban infill pocket park.
More in my Blog!.. ;)
I haven't posted for a while, so here's my latest little build. The BIG Belly Burger joint.
(It's not as easy as it looks creating a tasty burger !)
Information in my Blog! ;)
A really slow one...
...and a really fast one.
MOC is not mine, but I thought it was neat. Warning, there was a Dremel tool involved, viewer discretion is advised...
Hello everyone! This is my first post, and the MOC isn't actually mine. My 15 year old son built this a year ago. It's a working model of the Hollywood Tower of Terror. He used Mindstorms to program the doors to open and the elevator to drop, all timed to the music from the real ride. He has it posted on Lego Ideas (https://ideas.lego.com/projects/171798). He's trying to get it made into an actual Lego set. This is all new to us, and we are trying to see how to get him up to the 10,000 votes he needs. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. Thanks!
This is supposed to be the Narym from Lego City Undercover with some slight mode. Here's the video I followed: https://youtu.be/xhbIVg0c5Mk
Check out more images and support over on Lego Ideas!
You can see an image of the techniques that I used in it on my Flickr (click on the image):
Click on the image to see the full album:
Here you go!