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  • Kev80eKev80e Member Posts: 44
    After watching and reading about the different MOC's people do I decided to give it a go . I'm still new to Lego and so had no spare parts but had dismantled my Heavy Lift Helicopter so this was sacrificed . I assume this is how spare parts come about and is cheaper than buying bits individually , especially when you have no plan, just a trial and error technique .
    I used two Medium motors as this is all I had but they can lift the container , just . Anyway here it is, I'd love your opinions.

    Video on youtube here:

  • datsunrobbiedatsunrobbie Member Posts: 1,813
    My grandson made his first couple of "all by self" MOCs yesterday. 

  • CaptainLegoCaptainLego Member Posts: 385
    edited March 2019
    1970 Chevelle SS. This car’s got a 454 LS6 under the hood, but if ya got a big bad muscle car, ya gotta prove your street cred in this (imaginary) town. 

  • Brickfan50Brickfan50 Member Posts: 469
    @brickhead1980 Besides the building, that’s a cool typing machine! 
  • mafonmafon Member Posts: 75
    ^ I ditto that, the typewriter is magnificent.
  • Bludchylde1Bludchylde1 Member Posts: 49
    Saved the instructions. Any chances of selling the instructions for the building if it doesn't make it to being made by Lego?

  • PJ76ukPJ76uk Member Posts: 971
    Thanks very much @dutchlegofan50 and @mafon Here is a little guide a put together on how to build the typewriter.
    This would make a great old fashioned till (cash register for non-UK peeps) for a Ye Olde shoppe moc if you swap black for Warm Gold!
  • Bricked1980Bricked1980 Member Posts: 37
    Saved the instructions. Any chances of selling the instructions for the building if it doesn't make it to being made by Lego?
    I wouldn't be able to do that at the minute as it would be against the rules of LEGO Ideas. Not sure what the rules are once a model has run its course on LEGO Ideas though. In the meantime I have recently made instructions for one of my other models which are available now on Rebrickable. Brick Square Post Office.

    PJ76uk said:
    This would make a great old fashioned till (cash register for non-UK peeps) for a Ye Olde shoppe moc if you swap black for Warm Gold!
    That's true, it could easily be adapted in to an old fashioned cash register.
  • HobHob Member Posts: 223
    Did post this on my original post but then found this one.

  • BrickenbergBrickenberg Member Posts: 7
    edited May 2019

    Dear friends!

    I have re-submitted my Modular project on Lego ideas web-site. 

    Welcome to the Modular pedestrian street!

    More images of this project you can see there

    Please Support This Project!!! 

    #lego #legoideas #brickenberg #modularbuilding  #AFOL #legostagram #modularpedestrianstreet #moc #legomoc #legohub  #legoland #legomodular #lego_hub #brickset #brothersbrick #brickcentral #legomodular #brickgeekz #legopic #legominifigures #legorace #legospeed

  • VenunderVenunder Member Posts: 2,656
    ^A fine looking MOC.
    But possibly a bit too similar to Assembly Square to pass the selection process?
  • HobHob Member Posts: 223
    Finally (nearly) finished my Sanctum (Dr Strange) MOC (REMOC?) Just need to tile the floor.

    Any feedback would be fantastic.  Gonna be displaying it with the Gertlug group at upcoming events.  #Gertlug 

  • mafonmafon Member Posts: 75
    My Humbot entry.

  • LordmoralLordmoral Member Posts: 920
    Hello and thanks for taking the time to look at anpther of my posts. I decided that the regular LEGO set 75217 set was too small for what the company sold us and decided to enlarge it. I converted the first carrier cart (the one with Reaper and Widowmaker from Overwatch) with 8 Coaxium crates and the second cart and after not adding the regualar set cargo I made it into a troop carrier with some extra weapons and one pair of handcuffs and tools and a medical vial for good measure. I also got inspiration for the cart link from the community. All I need to do now is a good couple of crates to store the extra cargo I added, enjoy:

  • BrainsluggedBrainslugged Member Posts: 2,201
    I'm glad to see you've upgraded your camera software since your Sanctum Sanctorum pics to potato cam 2.0. It really makes the fog pop!
  • RedbullgivesuwindRedbullgivesuwind Member Posts: 2,108
    I think that is snow isn't it?
  • BumblepantsBumblepants Member Posts: 7,538
    What set do the blue tools come from? The Friends go-karts?
  • 560Heliport560Heliport Member Posts: 3,732

    ^ #41307, #41340, and #41343. I bought #41343 for $17 at Wal-Mart mainly for the blue tools, for my 2018 CITY Arctic sets.
  • LordmoralLordmoral Member Posts: 920
    I'm glad to see you've upgraded your camera software since your Sanctum Sanctorum pics to potato cam 2.0. It really makes the fog pop!
    That is just dust from the Train passing by.
  • LordmoralLordmoral Member Posts: 920
    I think that is snow isn't it?
    Dust and debris, yeah that train is movable ;)
  • LordmoralLordmoral Member Posts: 920
    @Lordmoral I really like the way you did the joints between cars more true to the film.
    Thank, that is 2 1x4 Technic joint (with a + on both ends and two circles in the middle), I was actually inspired by that from someone over the internet. A more accurate train would have been another one underneath but not gonna go there for both utility and cost.
    I am also planning to make different carts when time and funds meet to make the train more mission adaptable.
  • AdeelZubairAdeelZubair Member Posts: 2,703
    edited September 2019
    Stranger Things - The Upside Down (Byers House)

    Stranger Things - The Upside Down Byers House

  • MrShinyAndNewMrShinyAndNew Member Posts: 283
    Rap battle robots made from the Bricks in the Six loot bag parts
  • 560Heliport560Heliport Member Posts: 3,732

  • 560Heliport560Heliport Member Posts: 3,732
    ^My parents' house and yard. I built it 10 years ago, and finally remembered to photograph it today! It was my Christmas present to them; I was unemployed and broke at the time. That's them roasting marshmallows over the fire in the foreground. On the tree in the middle left are a pair of pileated woodpeckers (painted Lego falcons); on the deck, red and yellow coffee cups on a small table and binoculars on the picnic table; a Dark Stone Grey frog ( or maybe it's a toad); out of sight behind the tree is a chipmunk (a painted Lego rat). On the right-hand tree is a non-Lego bird my dad put there. I had a lot of fun building it. 
  • 560Heliport560Heliport Member Posts: 3,732

  • 560Heliport560Heliport Member Posts: 3,732
    Oops, sorry for the double picture. I guess this is a MORC: My Own Re-Color. CMF series 17's Retro Spaceman needed a spaceship.
  • colaycolay Member Posts: 547
    You may, or may not have seen in a thread I started, I was looking to make my friends 911 GT3 for Xmas for him. I was limited on colours, as they only make wheel arches in a few colours, this was the closest match to his. Apart from the front lights, which I cannot get right, Im pleased with this now. I dont want to go down the front light route from #75895 as the older lights are more vertical, but recently, they are more horizonital, in a way

    Anyway, this is my first 'MOC', albeit based on SC theme/scale

    Porsche 991 911 GT3
    I just need to make him a MF of himself as a driver, ad add stickers he has on his, and we are done :)
  • 560Heliport560Heliport Member Posts: 3,732
    edited December 2019
    Very nice! To build it, I would skip the masonry bricks and just use regular bricks to keep the cost down. As far as the seams between roof sections, you probably can't do much better if you want them to open. I think you've done a great job as is!
  • ct13ct13 Member Posts: 6
    I should have put a couple of images with the roof retracted and a look inside. The bright support pieces were for my own ease while using STUDIO against the gray plates. The more I look at and think about this, the more I don't think it will stand up to first encounter with children...

    Those with a sharp eye will notice a toilet "borrowed" from the Pet Shop and the bench borrowed from Parisian Restaurant. Probably some other things too.
  • CaptainPirateManCaptainPirateMan Member Posts: 353
    Here is our MOC of the Harry Potter Quidditch Arena.
  • CaptainLegoCaptainLego Member Posts: 385
    1939 Bugatti Type 57C Vanvooren Cabriolet 

  • Baby_YodaBaby_Yoda Member Posts: 1,295
    ^ Very cool! The hinging window does appear to be legal. If it seems to be too tight when you open it, though, you could try replacing the top of the window with cheese slopes. This will stop the bricks from being flush without compromising the appearance.
  • TheOriginalSimonBTheOriginalSimonB Member Posts: 1,771
  • GrannyLEGOGrannyLEGO Member Posts: 354
    For starters, I am old (age 75) and new at this but am planning a MOC based on our Class A RV Fleetwood Flair. I am at the moment acquiring bricks and doing various sets to practice building techniques but am sure I will have questions as I go. Is this the right place for that? My first question as it will affect overall size choices I think is the wheels. Our RV has a dual set of tires on the rear axle, singles on the front. Is it possible to do a dual set of tires? How do I do the axle if so? Or would it be better to go with singles front and back?

  • CymbelineCymbeline Member Posts: 554
    @GrannyLEGO Welcome to the forum! You are not old - you are "life-experienced" and still interested in learning new skills so kudos to you. Many of your building decisions will depend on the scale of the RV that you want to build. If it is to be in minifigure scale then the size of the wheels and the length and height of your vehicle will be based on that. Set #31052 is an example of an RV design that may help you. If you added a second set of rear wheels you would need to see if that would compromise your plans for the interior. Experimenting with several chassis builds for size and wheel configurations may help you decide how you want to proceed. There are very many excellent and more experienced builders on this site than I am so I'm sure someone will have other and better suggestions.
  • KungFuKennyKungFuKenny Member Posts: 2,368
    I second everything said by @Cymbeline... there are many MOCs and official RV/camper van sets to draw ideas from including #31052 mentioned above and also #41339 and #60057 (click on the hashtag number and it takes you to the corresponding set page on the main Brickset site).  Definitely feel free to ask questions here  (you might even start a new thread in the building section) and I have no doubt you will get plenty of suggestions.  Good luck!
  • GrannyLEGOGrannyLEGO Member Posts: 354
    Thank you @Cymbeline and @KungFuKenny for your replies. Part of determining the scale of the build is what width it needs to be to have the dual wheels in the back or if it is even possible. JayStepher did a MOC of a Class A RV and a Youtube video at but I noticed that although the minifig fits inside it is a bit too big for the space so I hope to make mine just a little bit bigger so the minifig looks better inside. Two minfigs actually as I already have planned figs for me and my hubby. Just yesterday I built #31052 and learned a few things that will help. I think I may have over reached myself for a first MOC!

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