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The x-45 Spirit is designed for both space and atmospheric flight. it is specifically designed for air strike purposes and is able to deliver quite a hit with it's tracking auto lazer cannons.

 

Anyway, space mumbo-jumbo aside, I built this for Brickfete 2014. I acually finishedit at 3:00pm the day of the convention, so it was rather rushed but overall I'm happy with the outcome. The ship is perfectly swooshable and is relatively sturdy.

 

I'm going to be posting several builds in the next couple of days, I finally have time to get around to it so expect more castle and space builds to come.

Main pic I guess.

  

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I built a hardsuit.

I just wanted to take a break from the vehicle I'm working on and felt a strange urge to build a hardsuit.

This didn't come out with some of my original ideas but I love this thing. I think that the pics don't do it justice. I wanted to try my sister's camera but she wasn't willing to tell me where the other lens was for more macro stuff and what not. So I have to use this camera still.

 

Well I think that this has got to be one of my best suits and it's very well articulated too. I'll see though if I can get better pics and when I do all these old ones will go.

 

Brickfete is looking very cool, gonna look into that a little bit.

   

Oh and on a last minute note, this is for my Japan faction or the JLF (Japanese Liberation Force). Just wanted to say that ;)

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I built a hardsuit.

I just wanted to take a break from the vehicle I'm working on and felt a strange urge to build a hardsuit.

This didn't come out with some of my original ideas but I love this thing. I think that the pics don't do it justice. I wanted to try my sister's camera but she wasn't willing to tell me where the other lens was for more macro stuff and what not. So I have to use this camera still.

 

Well I think that this has got to be one of my best suits and it's very well articulated too. I'll see though if I can get better pics and when I do all these old ones will go.

 

Brickfete is looking very cool, gonna look into that a little bit.

   

Oh and on a last minute note, this is for my Japan faction or the JLF (Japanese Liberation Force). Just wanted to say that ;)

:3

I built a hardsuit.

I just wanted to take a break from the vehicle I'm working on and felt a strange urge to build a hardsuit.

This didn't come out with some of my original ideas but I love this thing. I think that the pics don't do it justice. I wanted to try my sister's camera but she wasn't willing to tell me where the other lens was for more macro stuff and what not. So I have to use this camera still.

 

Well I think that this has got to be one of my best suits and it's very well articulated too. I'll see though if I can get better pics and when I do all these old ones will go.

 

Brickfete is looking very cool, gonna look into that a little bit.

   

Oh and on a last minute note, this is for my Japan faction or the JLF (Japanese Liberation Force). Just wanted to say that ;)

The BAT-Rotor is the ideal choice for tight urban pacification missions.

 

Larger, but slower than the BAT-Wing, faster than the Bat-chopper, the BAT-Rotor is Batman's most heavily armoured aircraft and allows Batman to infiltrate and exfiltrate with ease.

 

Armed with Rubber Bullets (I swear), Bat-Gas and Bat-Nets the BAT-Rotor acts as a weapons platform either to punch a hole in heavy resistance or to back up Batman in autonomous flight mode.

  

The Tilt Rotors rotates roughly 60 degrees. 15 back, 45 forward.

  

Built for FBTB Wings of Justice contest.

My D4 Razorback for the Starfighter Telephone Game and it's twin, bound for Seattle and Brickfete respectively.

Ready when you are Josh!

I decided my tow truck needed a service station to go with it!

 

I imagine this being a cross between a standard pit stop and an auto parts store. Damaged GARCs fly in (or are towed in) during the race to buy placement parts.

 

Be sure to check out the pictures of the full display from Brickworld and Brickfete!

 

Next stop: Brickfair VA!

He may be equipped with an Lmg and an iconic rpg.

 

Brickfete figure. What ya think?

 

Decal, not print, by me.

Playing with BW's Demon Pack to make a couple extra figures for brickfete.

 

I really liked how this came out. Obviously inspired by Ryan himself but I don't recall at the moment if Ryan added a "tail".

After near destruction in the Chicago sector, the RS Hudson was repurposed from a SCRAP SHIP to one of RS Industry's Comet Catchers.

  

The RS HUDSON Jr now captures comets in it's center hold, and proceeds to crush the comet, striping out frozen Water and other useful minerals.

  

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So the center section didn't survive Brickworld so I rebuilt the center section from ground up, removing 2 "rib" sections or roughly 50 studs, which puts this around a measly 130 studs.

 

I also took out the NXT gantry system in the middle section, increasing the overall strength and actually building the second side instead of a big hole :P

 

Best part is this now fits into two boxes, instead of three XD

  

Next destination: Brickfete then BrickFair!

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I built a hardsuit.

I just wanted to take a break from the vehicle I'm working on and felt a strange urge to build a hardsuit.

This didn't come out with some of my original ideas but I love this thing. I think that the pics don't do it justice. I wanted to try my sister's camera but she wasn't willing to tell me where the other lens was for more macro stuff and what not. So I have to use this camera still.

 

Well I think that this has got to be one of my best suits and it's very well articulated too. I'll see though if I can get better pics and when I do, all these old ones will go.

 

Brickfete is looking very cool, gonna look into that a little bit.

   

Oh and on a last minute note, this is for my Japan faction or the JLF (Japanese Liberation Force). Just wanted to say that ;)

This is a crystalline fractal tree made up of various "elements". Water, plants, air, fire all centred around the sun.

 

I put this together for BrickFete Toronto. It was inspired by Jacob's Fractal Tree (www.flickr.com/photos/65992320@N05/14199102707/).

 

Originally I was going to do it all with trans-clear, but then Simon complained that green was a better colour, and it gave me an idea. The theme for BrickFete Toronto 2014 was "Elements", so I decided to raid the pick-a-brick wall, and a few of the ToroLug members collections (thanks Brad and Michael), and this is what came out of it.

 

It's hard to photograph, and looks better in real-life.

 

Anyway -- here's what happens when a lot of travis-bricks (1x1 bricks with studs on four sides) get together with a lot of transparent 1x1 plates and tiles.

 

They grow into something wierd. :)

bought this back at brickfete.

 

1-comes with the new cac clone head.

2-with the visor on you can also .

3-all of this figs designs are well done.

4-the printing quality is very nice.

5-their is belt printing.

6-i can't remember how much i paid for the fig but it is worth it.

7-fits in with legos clone troopers very well

8-i really recommend this fig to anyone who is a fan of the clone wars

 

this fig is NOT for trade if you ask your comment will be deleted.

Work in Progress (99% complete) Old Dark Grey Canadian Ram Tank Mk.II (early production).

 

A little project I threw together (yeah right). I cannot say how happy I am that I got this build to this level of detail and accuracy (I think it's pretty good).

 

This version had the exact same chassis and body as the Mk. I version including the MG turret and side doors but the gun was upgraded from a 2 pounder to a 6 pounder. Late Mk.II's looked very different.

 

Ram Tank Mk.II (early production):

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Ram_cfb_borden_2.JPG

 

Ram Tank Mk.II (late production):

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Ram_Mk_2_tank_CFB_Borden_1.jpg

 

Key notes:

 

At this point it's almost complete except that I'm waiting for two small Bricklink orders to complete the rear exhaust and hinged engine doors. Additionally I have to build the detailed engine and install it.

 

Very Special thanks to the following people (who helped make this project happen):

 

PhiMa, Papa Ewok, Milan, Darth Pineapple & Dan Siskind (Brickmania) who saw much rougher W.I.P. pictures and offered up some incredibly helpful advice (I owe all you guys).

 

Badger who so generously sent me my special Brickarms proto package in which the .30 cal Browning and Sten Gun are shown here (I actually found only 1 photo of a Ram with a top mounted .30 cal so I knew this awesome gun had to go on this tank).

 

Both PhiMa and WisrthanU (Kevin) who paired up and sent me the gorgeous Brickarms ammo chain (I wanted one of these almost as much as the .30 cal Browning.

 

Janey Red Brick who stepped up and is leading the organizers of the upcoming Brickfete Toronto Lego Show brickfete.com/afol. I'm thrilled to be attending this event and will be bringing out as many of my projects as Janey and the other organizers allow. It was because of this event that I wanted to go full steam on my Canadian Army and wanted to make this tank the centre of it.

 

For anyone who decides to fav any of the photo's of the Ram (thanks in advance) please know that I will be deleting these pictures once I post the final pictures of the 100% complete tank.

 

thanks.

  

A Final Fantasy-inspired 8bit duel between two wizards. Built for the "Elements" contest at Brickfete 2014

 

Photo taken during the lights out portion of the convention on Friday night.

This build was built as a collab between Simocs and I for last years Brickfete and Brickworld.

 

It is suposed to portray the city of Toronto in the Fallout universe. The build depicts Toronto's signature landmark the CN tower in ruins but still being used.

 

The upper section was mine and Simon did the under section.

 

Anyway I took some more detailed photos for my portfolio and now I'm showing them to you guys. Enjoy! :)

  

This is just some hardsuit/armsuit type thing.

It does fit an entire fig with no head wear and it opens up to reveal and take out the fig.

 

There isn't much to say about this. I sat down to build a hardsuit and I built one. Though it wasn't until after I finished this that I kept being reminded of the Hard Baller from Lost Planet. I might actually doing a white version with a few part changes to actually look like the Hard Baller.

 

I'm going to Brickfete tomorrow though! My first lego convention and my very first convention too! Unfortunately I'm not displaying any mocs because of some complications. But I will be taking a lot of pictures and posting them!

Dubbed "Project 47" by the Canadian military, the Skink was a Canadian built self-propelled anti-aircraft tank intended to be used with the Normandy landings. Utilizing the Grizzly 1 chassis as the base, the Canadian military designed a new cast turret that could hold 4 (Polish) Polsten 20mm autocannons.

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skink_anti-aircraft_tank

 

Plans to build these, as well as conversion kits for existing Grizzly and Sherman tanks, were quickly superseded by the realization that Allied air forces had achieved air supremacy over Normandy. As a result only three vehicles and eight conversion kits were completed.

 

The single Skink that was shipped to Europe saw action outside of Nijmegen where it's guns were used on German infantry with devastating effect.

 

Reference pics:

www.wwiivehicles.com/canada/tank-medium/grizzly.asp

bcoy1cpb.pacdat.net/Skink_WWII_photos_from_DESIGN_RECORD_...

www.armorama.com/modules.php?op=modload&name=SquawkBo...

  

Key notes about this build:

 

100% Old Dark Grey

4 x Brickarms Gunmetal M1919 Machine Gun (modified to represent the Polsten autocannons)

1 x Brickarms Gunmetal M203 Grenade Launcher (used to represent the hull mounted .30 cal).

 

Part use credit to Dan Siskind (Brickmania) as much of the side skirt design is from his M3 Grant model.

 

Kevin Hinkles Hot Rod. What better way to relax after a hard schedule of convention co-ordinating than hitting the open road in your Hot Rod.

 

I present to you the Hink-Rod.

 

I had the pleasure of meeting Kevin at Brickfete last year over at the a Eclipsegrafx table. He was very nice, I traded this Hink figure with a pal recently and gave him a bit of an updated look to fit the Rod.

After seeing Dan Siskinds (Brickmania's) new Micro Armour Chistmas ornaments my 6yr old asked if I could build some for him so that we could have some tank battles.

 

This gave me an idea to build/ develop a simple wargame that he and I could enjoy together using micro scaled tanks & AFV's.

 

The rules are a blending of Games Workshop & Flames of War using dice and tape measures. Movement, shooting & vehicle damage are based on stats for the real vehicles. Additionaly + & - modifiers will be used for things like ranged shooting, artillery barrages & cover (the idea is for the battles to be quick and enjoyable and not bogged down with a lot of complicated technicalities).

 

As my son still has the 3x4 ft custom train table that I made for him 2 yrs ago for his Thomas the Tank engine stuff it'll be the perfect area to host the battles (and the base is already painted green).

 

A project that I plan on continually working on with the desire to include models of Tank Destroyers, SPA's, infantry (yes I have an idea for infantry models) and eventually air support.

 

After discussing the project with flickr member Aaron Patrick Morse, I'm hoping to bring the completed wargame to the 2012 Brickfete show with the desire that some of the other Military AFOLS will try it out and give me constructive feedback (and have some fun).

     

"Where does he get all those wonderful TOYS?"

 

After seeing all of Batman's assortment of awesomeness, the Joker decided to get his own ride.

 

Times being tough, he opted for a discarded blimp....

  

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After building the BAT-Rotor, I knew I would eventually need something to display with it at Brickworld... (I hope there isn't a wings of inJustice contest...)

One of the vault tech's Fallout shelters was built under the CN Tower in Toronto...

 

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A collaborative build between NightHawk and I, he built the increadible top section (and vault door), I built the pretty lame bottom.

 

This was displayed both at Brickfair (version 1) and Brickfete (above).

So earlier this year I watched this really neat show called Rick and Morty. It. Was. Amazing!! So naturally I really wanted to build something LEGO®-related.

 

After that, I started getting ideas and now it's snowballed into my newest project for Brickworld.

 

The vehicle presented is actually Rick's flying saucer car (reference imagehere).

 

The picture has three hidden (or not so hidden) items in it, can you find them?

 

Good luck with SHIPtember those who are doing it!

 

Rick and Morty and all related names, images, etc. are property of Dan Harmon, Justin Roiland and the Adult Swim television network. All rights reserved.

 

Background picture taken from here.

 

Doctor Who and all related names, images, etc. are property of the British Broadcasting Corporation. All rights reserved.

 

Notice: Due to university stress, I will be on a LEGO hiatus. I will try my best to comment on everyone's stuff when I can throughout the year, but in the meantime, hello darkness my old friend.... :)

A modern-ish bungalo built for the Micropolis layouts at both Brickworld and Brickfete.

 

Anyone see some Canadian/Torontonian references?

Work in Progress (99% complete) Old Dark Grey Canadian Ram Tank Mk.II (early production).

 

A little project I threw together (yeah right). I cannot say how happy I am that I got this build to this level of detail and accuracy (I think it's pretty good).

 

This version had the exact same chassis and body as the Mk. I version including the MG turret and side doors but the gun was upgraded from a 2 pounder to a 6 pounder. Late Mk.II's looked very different.

 

Ram Tank Mk.II (early production):

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Ram_cfb_borden_2.JPG

 

Ram Tank Mk.II (late production):

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Ram_Mk_2_tank_CFB_Borden_1.jpg

 

Key notes:

 

At this point it's almost complete except that I'm waiting for two small Bricklink orders to complete the rear exhaust and hinged engine doors. Additionally I have to build the detailed engine and install it.

 

Very Special thanks to the following people (who helped make this project happen):

 

PhiMa, Papa Ewok, Milan, Darth Pineapple & Dan Siskind (Brickmania) who say much rougher W.I.P. pictures and offered up some incredibly helpful advice (I owe all you guys).

 

Badger who so generously sent me my special Brickarms proto package in which the .30 cal Browning and Sten Gun are shown here (I actually found only 1 photo of a Ram with a top mounted .30 cal so I knew this awesome gun had to go on this tank).

 

Both PhiMa and WisrthanU (Kevin) who paired up and sent me the gorgeous Brickarms ammo chain (I wanted one of these almost as much as the .30 cal Browning.

 

Janey Red Brick who stepped up and is leading the organizers of the upcoming Brickfete Toronto Lego Show brickfete.com/afol. I'm thrilled to be attending this event and will be bringing out as many of my projects as Janey and the other organizers allow. It was because of this event that I wanted to go full steam on my Canadian Army and wanted to make this tank the centre of it.

 

For anyone who decides to fav any of the photo's of the Ram (thanks in advance) please know that I will be deleting these pictures once I post the final pictures of the 100% complete tank.

 

thanks.

 

Dark Souls is a harsh mistress. It's one of the best game I've played but it definatley takes some work.

 

Photo was taken at Brickfete 2014 during set up of my latest castle build.

This was a collab between Simocs and I. Simon built the vault openings and I built the wasteland and vault door. The scene depicts Post-apoc Toronto set in the Fallout universe. The build features the ruins of the famous CN tower, more ruined buildings, and of course the iconic Fallout Lone Wanderer with the happy Vault dwellers hidden away in their cozy vault under ground .

 

There were 2 seperate versions of this build the first we displayed at Brickworld in Chicago. However the Chicago version was smaller and basically looked nothing like this version.

 

Here's the Chicago version:

www.flickr.com/photos/hawksflickr/8451358441/

It had nothing to do with Toronto

 

Anyways I changed the wasteland for Brickfete in Toronto toe the way it is now. I added the CN tower ruins and basically remade everything to the way it is now.

 

Thanks for reading it all (if you did)

 

~Adam

 

This was my (non-winning) entry for the Pimp My Moose mini-competition at BrickFete Ottawa 2014.

 

Was whipped up late at night after I got home after the first day of setup, so didn't get a huge amount of effort or tuning, but it has a bit of character.

Another Uberkitty to add to the collection. All kitties will be at Brickworld and Brickfete!

 

Thanks a million to Steadibrick for lending me his sandgreen collection, wouldn't be able to do it without it :p

 

A customer the other day recognized me from my original Unikitty and called me 'the cat lady'....I'm a freaking cat lady O_o

...What makes it weirder is that the cats arent even real...On a good note: a little girl said she would come to Brickfete just to take a picture with my kitties, aww yay!

 

The x-45 Spirit is designed for both space and atmospheric flight. it is specifically designed for air strike purposes and is able to deliver quite a hit with it's tracking auto lazer cannons.

  

Anyway, space mumbo-jumbo aside, I built this for Brickfete 2014. I acually finishedit at 3:00pm the day of the convention, so it was rather rushed but overall I'm happy with the outcome. The ship is perfectly swooshable and is relatively sturdy.

  

I'm going to be posting several builds in the next couple of days, I finally have time to get around to it so expect more castle and space builds to come.

The castle I built for my character in the Legends of Brickdom group. I displayed this at Brickworld and will display it at Brickfete in Toronto in July. I've been working on it since March and it, school, sports and my Fallout Collab (still in production as changes are being made) have been the cause of my inactivity.

 

Anyway enjoy and see you next time!

A farmer, his wife and son live in this small farmhouse, where they tend to a few meagre chickens and a small field. They travel the road by foot to sell and buy goods. Life is tough, but they work hard to maintain their house and lands.

 

Full set of photos: www.flickr.com/photos/rt_bricks/sets/72157645971392404/

 

Picture of it in the layout: www.flickr.com/photos/swooshfactor/14544474270/in/set-721...

 

Picture of the layout: www.flickr.com/photos/jeffvw/14527144277

 

About the Build

 

This was built for the collaborative castle build for BrickFete Toronto 2014. It was put together rather quickly (2 days), and is built on an OBB standard base (base plate, 2 bricks, plate), and was fitted into a larger layout. I added a quick border for the purpose of photos. The build measures 64 x 80 studs.

Though technicially this is a WIP, I'll be finishing the interiors as time permits as we near April, May, & June.

Dave unveiled his 4' tall space station at brickfete '11 in toronto.

The x-45 Spirit is designed for both space and atmospheric flight. it is specifically designed for air strike purposes and is able to deliver quite a hit with it's tracking auto lazer cannons.

  

Anyway, space mumbo-jumbo aside, I built this for Brickfete 2014. I acually finishedit at 3:00pm the day of the convention, so it was rather rushed but overall I'm happy with the outcome. The ship is perfectly swooshable and is relatively sturdy.

  

I'm going to be posting several builds in the next couple of days, I finally have time to get around to it so expect more castle and space builds to come.

Pictures from Brickfete 2012 - Toronto, Ontario.

One of the most iconic buildings in Montreal built for Habitat 67 in stunning LEGO forum.

 

Pictures from Brickfete 2012 - Toronto, Ontario.

The x-45 Spirit is designed for both space and atmospheric flight. it is specifically designed for air strike purposes and is able to deliver quite a hit with it's tracking auto lazer cannons.

  

Anyway, space mumbo-jumbo aside, I built this for Brickfete 2014. I acually finishedit at 3:00pm the day of the convention, so it was rather rushed but overall I'm happy with the outcome. The ship is perfectly swooshable and is relatively sturdy.

  

I'm going to be posting several builds in the next couple of days, I finally have time to get around to it so expect more castle and space builds to come.

Build for Brickworld and Brickfete 2014 for the 75th Anniversary of Batman! This statue is the same size as my other kitties, at about 2.5-3 feet :D

Thanks Colton for editing this picture into awesomeness!

Though technicially this is a WIP, I'll be finishing the interiors as time permits as we near April, May, & June.

MOC to possibly promote Brickfete 2012 in collaboration with Ontario Brick Builders.

The largest piece that I brought with me.

The rear deck affords space for small craft as well as repair and/or salvage work. The mag/grav system keeps tools handy...

 

Unveiled at Brickfête in Toronto July 29 2011

Another Uberkitty to add to the collection. All kitties will be at Brickworld and Brickfete!

 

Thanks a million to Steadibrick for lending me his sandgreen collection, wouldn't be able to do it without it :p

 

A customer the other day recognized me from my original Unikitty and called me 'the cat lady'....I'm a freaking cat lady O_o

...What makes it weirder is that the cats arent even real...On a good note: a little girl said she would come to Brickfete just to take a picture with my kitties, aww yay!

 

An alternate build of the Benny's Spaceship set. We had an alt build build-off at Brickfete 2014 and this was my result: The Benny Race Car

 

The car does roll, and pretty well considering it has no traction or tires for that matter.

Adam Dodge, not West. Though this one is definitely cooler :)

 

Super awesome guy with super awesome MOC.

 

Pictures from Brickfete 2012 - Toronto, Ontario.

This was Night Hawk (Adam)'s contributions to the Micro space free build. We all agreed this was by far the best one that the group made :)

 

Not only can he build Sci-Fi, but Adam's castle was also the winner of the Castle competition by LEGO (ceeteamblog.com/2013/07/17/the-lego-castle-anniversary-co...) which was also nominated for best Large Building at Brickworld...

 

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