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Sup guys, here's a build. This actually all started with getting those white armor pieces at the lego store in October, thinking theyd make good MNU vests. So I brassoed off the hockey uniform print and made some decals for like the first time in five years. Then I decided to make something else to go with them, and finished this truck last month, and finally got around to posting it today. also its thanksgiving break (yay!) so I will most likely have something else D9 related posted this week. ;-)

I'll also post close ups of the figs later when I get some guns painted up for them.

Made out of Lego, yep.

It is finally here .

 

Over the last month or two I have been working on my Reaper figure from Overwatch , an upcoming Blizzard game that I am extremely excited for . ( My friends know to which lengths my obsession for Overwatch goes as I always give them the news about Overwatch lol)

 

The figure is hand painted by me , the trenchcoat is made out of black construction paper and the guns were made with Lego guns that were painted and modified with thin black electrical tape .

 

A huge thanks to my friends who supported me throughout this project and helped me out .

 

Thank you Prime , Zack , Panda , Rody .

In the 80´s commercials they often used outside dioramas for display the toys.

 

CHEF LEGO so do you think the curry is spicy enough ???

There are a load of these out there, but I thought I'd start to work on one too. The TMNT vehicle is there for scale reference.

 

Inspired by the District 9 movie and the other awesome renditions of this vehicle from these great builders: Guy Smiley flic.kr/p/Bkpeo8, Project Azazel flic.kr/p/gnBH6e, _Tiler flic.kr/p/AUFtk8.

 

This still has a bit of work to be done on it but the bones are there. It seats 4 minifigs inside and the doors are functional. I need some white mudguards (among other pieces) to get this in better shape but thought I'd share it as it stands for the moment :)

So I built an M113. On the surface it might seem like a pretty simple build, but its not really. The front slope was a massive headache to get right. Credit to Ekjohnson for the idea, I was fiddling around with just the one half size plate forever until I saw your awesome model and thought to add the plate, if that makes any sense, haha.

 

I added some numbers on the side because that seemed like the cool thing to do, I guess. All in all a relatively quick build so I might post a rebuild in the next couple days once I get the time to really refine it. Until then, enjoy! And thanks for checking it out.

 

PS, check out my YouTube page. Just search 'Carpet Lego' on YouTube.

¿Quien no ha jugado alguna vez con el archi famoso Lego?

I used to have a tradition on Christmas, I would treat myself with one of these small vintage sets which I love so much. I've got this one about 3 years ago and it was fairly cheap, as it was stated as "used" by the seller. While the box was opened, to my surprise the bricks turned to be immaculate, crunching new – if you owned unused old bricks you know what I'm talking about – so I guess the car must have been built once or twice, then taken apart and stored away.

 

I don't know what I love most about it, how proportionate it is despite the minimal number of parts, how good the embossed prints feel (chrome on the front brick!), the awesome box that makes a perfect garage without having to take the car apart, or maybe the fact that it comes from an age when those who enjoy(ed) LEGO were less concerned with things like "legal", "techniques", "purism" and other uptight expressions describing the otherwise free and unrestricted act of playing.

 

Speaking of which, I can only hope that LEGO will stop messing around with turning illegal techniques into legal ones – like they did with those clip-held tiles in the 76042 SHIELD Helicarrier – as God forbid, theorists might get the headaches. Just kidding ;P

 

Anyway, whatever there is that makes it, this little car fills me with purely illegal joy every time I get it out of its box.

L to R: Kraven the Hunter, Rhino, Scorpion, the Lizard, Doctor Octopus and Mysterio.

 

I've been wanting to make some Marvel stuff for awhile so I decided to start off with the Sinister Six. The Rhino mech suit is based of off Legohaulic's Version.

Hello Guys

 

Every time that a big Batman related thing is about to happen almost everytime i watch Batman Begins to...you know start with the hype.And every time i fall in love with the Tumbler actually thats how i restarted here on Flickr as some of you may remember.

 

My last Tumbler at the time was my best MOC but now it's kinda meh so i decided to completely re-do the thing.

 

I've got a lot of brick building knowladge this past year so i was able to recreate most of the angles in an accurate way.And at the same time keeping it on a semi accurate minifig scale.

 

The only part that wasn't completly designed by me was the flaps that is Riskjockey's idea.

 

So yeah one of the best parts about this is that i didn't had to take apart the Arkham Knight Batmobile so now there's two Batmobile's on the collection with a third coming really soon ;)

 

Hope you like it and as always any type of comment is more than welcome

 

Have a Fantastic week !!

 

-Prime

A Christmas gift for my sister, Littlehaulic. It's a Lego version of her calico cat.

Not much to say about this fella , except he's another entry for Aces contest and for MAYnifigure.

I used to have a tradition on Christmas, I would treat myself with one of these small vintage sets which I love so much. I've got this one about 3 years ago and it was fairly cheap, as it was stated as "used" by the seller. While the box was opened, to my surprise the bricks turned to be immaculate, crunching new – if you owned unused old bricks you know what I'm talking about – so I guess the car must have been built once or twice, then taken apart and stored away.

 

I don't know what I love most about it, how proportionate it is despite the minimal number of parts, how good the embossed prints feel (chrome on the front brick!), the awesome box that makes a perfect garage without having to take the car apart, or maybe the fact that it comes from an age when those who enjoy(ed) LEGO were less concerned with things like "legal", "techniques", "purism" and other uptight expressions describing the otherwise free and unrestricted act of playing.

 

Speaking of which, I can only hope that LEGO will stop messing around with turning illegal techniques into legal ones – like they did with those clip-held tiles in the 76042 SHIELD Helicarrier – as God forbid, theorists might get the headaches. Just kidding ;P

 

Anyway, whatever there is that makes it, this little car fills me with purely illegal joy every time I get it out of its box.

The Rogue DC lego custom

The Rogue DC lego custom

The Rogue DC lego custom

The Rogue DC lego custom

The Rogue DC lego custom

The Rogue DC lego custom

 

I LOVE Scrat, even if the movies are barely decent.

 

I've had the idea for the snout for a while now, and I just noticed the movie opens today, so I built this really quickly last night. I'll probably finish the body and have an acorn for him to hold on to eventually.

 

www.BruceLowell.com

Recently got a DK Collectables/MRU Batman Beyond, and god is it gorgeous! Pictures can not replicate its beauty, and a lot of the texture is lost here, but if you look closely at the torso some of it will become apparent. I will probably pick up a second to customise.

I have big plans for this figure, I was originally going to try to make it part of a story group or shared universe, but instead I'm going to start writing a stand alone Batman Beyond series. So stay tuned the next couple of weeks :)

 

In the background are my old Terry and Beyond figures, but anything is blown away by the quality of this figure.

Another MOCAthalon entry for the Lord of the Rings category. The goal was to design a set in the way that Lego would.

 

Set features movable legs, flick-fire spears, and head swinging action!

I need to find some figs, if you know where to get those in this list, please help me

 

-Firestorm

-Atom

-Captain Atom

-Atom Smasher

-Hawkgirl

-Vixen

-Vibe

-Dr.Light

-Gold Booster

-Green Lantern (Simon Baz)

-Mr.Miracle

-Big Barda

-Steel

"Time to make the chimi-fucking-changas."

 

Showcase Video:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxqrptB1Pq4

 

Fox' Deadpool movie was fantastic, it was nearly perfect. Obviously I created a custom for the movie and since I like Deadpool the character as well I really wanted to make him.

 

I painted everything from the eyes to the legs. His strap is 3D using electric tape and his bags are sculpted. I sculpted his scabbard which came out awesome, seriously my favorite part of this in my opinion. I as well made the katannas custom by cutting the silver bar to a black one. This has to be one of my most detailed figures yet.

 

I really want to make Colossus, and I most likely will since I have the parts for him. But just wanted to make Deadpool cause the movie was fucking great.

 

What do you think!?

first speed champion autobot. i usually make autobots out of lego city cars. =)

Made By Yours Truly

I'm re-publishing old lego creations on flickr.

 

Lugnet post.

 

This is Eiretech's Heavy lifting ship, Bison. It carries special or unique cargo within a star system.

 

This particular unit is carrying a living habitat for a monk.

 

The monk has just had all of his religion's holy texts uploaded directly into his brain. For the next century he will do nothing but meditate and sift through the terabites of sacred data in his head. To do this he must live alone in solitude. He is being taken to live on a sleeping comet deep inside the star system's Oort cloud.

20 cm mecha inspired by Super Robot Wars.

Brought a "little" Lego on holiday with me, more pictures to follow over the next few days.

A friend of mine asked me to make a mammoth Lego... Well, she has got two mammoths for the price of one :)

DAY 5

 

Of course we end the week with Doomguy and his shotgun. Based of several sources with the head being a mix of Doom 1 and Doom 4 and the rest of the body being based of a Garry's Mod model of Doomguy (yep it's complicated). Yes I changed the shoulders from his original WIP state. They didn't match as much anymore because all the rest was pretty smooth. So I sacrificed his round shoulders for ones where the textures don't look out of place.

 

Made for the DOOM collab with Cezium.

LEGO TRANSFORMERS.

Nemesis Prime (G1 version)

Details and photos of the other at the blog.

blog.livedoor.jp/legolego05/archives/52759089.html

  

DAY 5

 

Of course we end the week with Doomguy and his shotgun. Based of several sources with the head being a mix of Doom 1 and Doom 4 and the rest of the body being based of a Garry's Mod model of Doomguy (yep it's complicated). Yes I changed the shoulders from his original WIP state. They didn't match as much anymore because all the rest was pretty smooth. So I sacrificed his round shoulders for ones where the textures don't look out of place.

 

Made for the DOOM collab with Cezium.

This is my entry for the Lego House Competition over at New Elementary.

Here's a WWII era Willy's Jeep I made on LDD. It costs £22.50, and I may be ordering one soon. I've already started building one out of the bricks I have, but I don't have all of them to make it... C&C welcome. :)

 

EDIT: I have changed a few things on this, just to let you guys know.

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