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  • FauchFauch Member Posts: 2,662
    i recognize every mini build except the 2 that are just above and just on the left to what must be ole kirk's house.
  • AdeelZubairAdeelZubair Member Posts: 2,703
    Fauch said:
    i recognize every mini build except the 2 that are just above and just on the left to what must be ole kirk's house.
    That would be 76052 - Batman Classic TV Series, Batcave and a table with two 21009 - Exo-Suit boxes for a 'LEGO Ideas launch event.'
  • VenunderVenunder Member Posts: 2,655
    ^ I love the swing carousel. Great work. 
    The Green is a bit too Lime green for me. But it is very colourful.

  • Matt89190Matt89190 Member Posts: 307
  • VenunderVenunder Member Posts: 2,655
    Really good build.
    I would just switch the pale azure 1x1 for a white, or Trans version if you have lighting?
    and the dark blue Dish on the front wings could be swapped with a dome to get a more bulbous profile.
  • monstblitzmonstblitz Member Posts: 653
    len_d69 said:
    Here's my recent MOC that's currently in LEGO Ideas - Voltron :)

    Congratulations!!!  I've never seen a Lego Idea set that I hoped would get made more than this one.  I can't wait to get my hands on it!
  • MissKittyFantasticoMissKittyFantastico Member Posts: 197
    I made myself a Baxter Building a while back - it was okay, but I recently thought I'd give it another shot:

    I must admit it's open on the other two sides, but since they face away from view on the shelf anyway, no big deal.  Aside from taking out the action features from the ATMs (and adding in a screen on the one of them that doesn't have a glowy purple chain smashed into the front of it - got a spare sticker sheet with one of the Lego Batman sets with a bit of Gotham Energy in it) the bank kiosk is mostly unchanged, and the pizza shop is made from parts of the pizza van (but with a shawarma spit added in beside the oven, of course), but the rest is all me (I mean, the '4' is from my old Baxter, but it still counts).  Window frames from an old train, since they're the only frames I have that aren't busy being windows in something already built; those 'floors' are obviously very truncated, but there's only so far to the next shelf up (which is OT Star Wars) and I wanted room to park the Fantasticar on the roof and have it somewhat visible.  The laboratory floor does have a full interior, but it's just a mishmash of techy bits and various coloured trans parts, meant to look comic-science-y from the outside, not really make sense internally.

    And that's basically it for the re-do I've been doing of late on my Marvel New York - this, a streetfront 'base' for the Sanctum, and modular-style pavements for the Bugle and Avengers Tower (the latter with a foundation that turns it 45 degrees, for better visibility in the scene while still having the footprint square).  And since I imagine whatever set(s) we get for Black Panther won't be New York based, this'll probably get to stay for a good little while before I have to move everything around to crowbar in something new.

  • CaptainLegoCaptainLego Member Posts: 385
    Unmarked police interceptor 

    I did not plan this as I was trying to build something else, but that didn't go as planned soooooo....
  • RoobotRoobot Member Posts: 24
    mustang69 said:
    This isnt so much a MOC, its more of a mod. It's probably obvious to some but this is a build of the Haunted House #10228 but modified to not be dilapidated and to be Christmas-y. I'd love suggestions on any changes. I havent done anything for the interior yet but will probably work on that soon.

    You should take out the backwards masonry bricks from the sides of the main walls.  On the haunted house, I believe they're supposed to represent area where the siding/paint is missing.
  • mustang69mustang69 Member Posts: 544
    edited August 2017
    @Roobot Thanks for the feedback, I appreciate it :)  That is something I thought about but I actually kinda like the way it breaks up the solid dark red walls. I was actually thinking about adding a few to the lower part of the back, just not sure yet.
  • AdeelZubairAdeelZubair Member Posts: 2,703
    Ninjago City (70620)

    Ninjago City 70620
  • eMJeeNLeMJeeNL Member Posts: 779
    mustang69 said:
    This isnt so much a MOC, its more of a mod. It's probably obvious to some but this is a build of the Haunted House #10228 but modified to not be dilapidated and to be Christmas-y. I'd love suggestions on any changes. I havent done anything for the interior yet but will probably work on that soon.

    Maybe you could add some snowy accents? Now it looks a little like a place someone forgot to pull down half of the Christmas decorations whilst spring has already rolled in. Also, you could decorate the place with some strings of lights, like on the roof of 10245?

    Brick-build, slightly larger tree with lights would also add greatly to the Christmassy-atmosphere; one like the one 10249 (or go all-out and create one that is almost as tall as the house itself ;)).
    Maybe add a 2D-model of Santa and/or his sled with deer on the roof?

    Hope to have inspired you; great idea to add this place to a winter village!
  • mustang69mustang69 Member Posts: 544
    @eMJeeNL Thanks for the input :)  Those are definitely elements that I want to incorporate. I just need to work on getting the elements needed to actually build the model, which will take a little bit of time. I plan on getting what I need as I order sets from [email protected] I already started with a few when I ordered Ninjago City :)
  • CaptainLegoCaptainLego Member Posts: 385

    Originally meant to be car from Palace Cinema, but, I decided to have some fun.
  • volcomwxvolcomwx Member Posts: 6
    hope you like it.
    Visit the link below for more of my mocs, thanks! 

  • CaptainLegoCaptainLego Member Posts: 385

    Koenigsegg CC GT. Source:
  • CaptainLegoCaptainLego Member Posts: 385
    Modernized #6646

  • AdeelZubairAdeelZubair Member Posts: 2,703
    75192 - Millennium Falcon
  • johnchengjohncheng Member Posts: 1

    Lego Mazinger Z.  I made it in Chibi style and made a mini "street" view for him.

    In fact, how many guys had really watched the show like me? :)

  • VenunderVenunder Member Posts: 2,655
    ^^^ Did you get your cardboard wheels with that set?
    Well worth the £650. :)
  • TheFewTheFew Member Posts: 1,779
    Finished up a project for a LUG meeting build competition tomorrow. The challenge was to build a scene from a movie or book. I went with something current.
    That's ace. Any reason why the child has a mask? Is that related to the scene/film?
  • BuriedinBricksBuriedinBricks Member Posts: 1,367
    Mask? Are you talking about the hoodie pocket on the fig? That's supposed to be a jacket print on the torso.

    Technically the kid should be in a yellow rain jacket, but I don't know if one exists (and I don't have anything like it in my collection)
  • FauchFauch Member Posts: 2,662
    lloyd's outfit in ninjago movie maybe. except it's not yellow.
  • TheFewTheFew Member Posts: 1,779
    @BuriedinBricks My mistake! the I had always thought the hoodie strings and pocket were a surgeon's mask! How dumb am I!!
  • BuriedinBricksBuriedinBricks Member Posts: 1,367
    @TheFew Now that you've said that, I will never look at that torso print the same.
  • LoxlegoLoxlego Member Posts: 31

    This Ford GT is the ultimate expression of form following function. Its teardrop- shape body is the result of extensive work in the wind tunnel. Its carbon-fibre body and its 600-plus horsepower 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engine are the ultimate expressions of technological innovation.


    37082812705_1e9b5f618c_bjpgFord GT - race car for the road

  • This is my attempt of a Mustafar Refinery Platform (This is what LEGO 7257 was based off of.) The curving connectors that support the 2nd and 4th fins do connect to the side booms that support the 1st and 5th fins, but unfortunately LDD does not let you bend bricks slightly out of their normal position. I have actually built a prototype model of this and everything fits together quite nicely although I did not have the parts to build the more refined variant I made in LDD. This is the first MOC I have ever made that is over 200-500 parts (I have really just built the occasional ship over the years) so forgive me of the issues although I do think they are relatively slight. I have some basic plans for a stand, but I have yet to design it and modify the model to support it. Lastly I know the long walkway seems a bit fragile, but I assure you that it can support itself, and provided you are not moving it on purpose it doesn't really bend side to side.

    Please inform me if the images I used are of to high a resolution. Many thanks,
  • JamesJTJamesJT Member Posts: 440
    I made a VW XL Sport, a concept car from 2014. There are pictures of the real car on the video incase you've never seen one.
  • volcomwxvolcomwx Member Posts: 6

    This is a idea from Dali's famous painting-the temptation of saint anthony.

    I think lots of people like paintings, and Dali is a very impressive one. Everyone who knows him will recognize the elephant right away from the long legs.

    In the painting, there is also a palace on the back of the elephant, I made one for the elephant to carry, but I didn't make the same as the original painting since it is a little bit hard to depict.

    Lots of parts can be adjusted, so the elephant can present different pose, the nose, ears, legs, head and tail all can be moved smoothly. 

    The most hard part is the leg, I tried to make it as thin as the painting, and moreover, they should also carry the weight of the elephant and the catsle, I am glad I made it!

    Thanks for click in and see my moc, here is a more detaild video

  • snowhitiesnowhitie Member Posts: 3,076
    Looks good. I like how the legs seem sturdy  but still very thin. Welcome to the forum BTW!
  • Legopassion8Legopassion8 Member Posts: 1,181
    Looks creepy AF
  • AllBrickAllBrick Member Posts: 1,497
    Every time I see the thread title I have the urge for a surreal burger... 
  • RogerKirkRogerKirk Member Posts: 365
    edited September 2017
    I think I like this. I was not aware of the painting before. But I think Lego versions of paintings, especially when the paintings are surrealist, or otherwise unusual, would be great and educational as well (both about art and also construction about how to make unusual models stable).
  • datsunrobbiedatsunrobbie Member Posts: 1,813
    ^Very nice. Could use the Mayka block tape to replace the number stickers with plates or bricks.
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