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So Lego General, which car do you think works better with the background, top or bottom?
>tfw I won't have any more room for Lego until next year
A quick pic of my progress so far.
This model has floating-axle suspension, and the two front axles are both steered. The two rear axles drive the inline six-cylinder engine that sits under the cabin.
I'm very impressed with the design of the suspension and steering.
>You have ten seconds to post your favorite minifigure accessory
I personally fancy a TIE Crawler, just for how bizarre it is.
Isn't this green piece an illegal placement? Even when I push it down there's never a click and it feels like the grey piece under it is stretching
I've got this sitting around, still in the box even. I'm thinking about turning it into a Star Wars Kyber crystal mine... Some scuzzy alien miners, a few Storm Trooper guards maybe...
>tfw never EVER have enough money to buy a set more than $100
I'll never get Temple of Airjitzu before it's gone ;-;
>realizing that I keep buying stuff without really utilizing the full potential of my ~15 year part hoard
>realize that I have to sort all that shit
>realize that the part hoard doesn't have much of the new specialized parts
>realize that I need to sell some stuff
>know that there are new sets I still want but hesitant to buy them because of how much I already have
MSRP is not based only on currency values but also taxes, import/export fees, and general cost of doing business country-to-country.
Also, what they know people will pay country-to-country.
>Were these based on MDK by chance?
No, those are Crow-People from Apprentice Quest.
>tfw noone remembers my shitty drawing
Don't worry anon, I [spoilersontoy]saved them[/spoilersnever]
Is anon who reverse-engineer this from last thread still around, I was at work when it ended and it looks epic. Can you drop the XLS file. Please? Thank you thank you thank you
I always liked the look of that narrow gauge mining engine. Cool stuff.
It's too bad narrow gauge is pretty hard to work with with Lego, but that hasn't prevented some people from going for it anyway.
Dude I haven't even gotten that far. I won't have the income to buy my own house and live on my own until next year after I finish my degree. I'll probably just by sets I want and open them when I finally move out at this point.
>mfw snagged Nexo Knights Fortrex, Lance's Horse, Moltar's Crusher, and Beast Master's Chaos Chariot at half off.
Thank you based Walmart store closing half off clearance sale.
Still here, and here's the file.
Just a arning like I'd posted last thread; the thing is still fucked up. I didn't have any photos for reference to the back, which is incomplete anyway. and regardless of that the torso is fucked up a little as it doesn't quite provide room to make the exact loincloth as in the first pic.
The pictures you'd posted earlier are not one "model" of GK Termie, in the sense that between the first plain gray one and the orange and purple termies there are variations in the build. This could make the reverse-building process harder, but if you want your daemon-stomper by all means go for it. If there's problems with replicating the termie exactly, you could also easily just wing it and do whatever you'd like to complete the model.
Good luck getting him on your desk!
Not really. I have 20 within 50 miles of me. 2 going off the deep end will mean nothing.
Anyone know what pieces are used for the fingers and the dark gray part that attaches the fingers to the hand? I can't find them on Bricklink and can't remember which sets I've seen them in.
It sucks, especially on bricklink, all the prices are in EUR at the same amount it would be in Canada, so if I try to quote something in bricklink, not only am I paying more for the set than I can get in my local Walmart, but then I'd have to pay shipping on top.
Also, them quads
/toy/, show me your current main antagonist to your Lego world(custom fig or preexisting)
This fucker has been terrorizing heroes and villains alike for the last two months.
Dude as a shipfag myself. I will never question the wafu way again. You seriously made my night. It's gonna go right next to my strike cruiser.
Close enough is good enough. I was planning on modding it anyway. And it's a thousand percent more than I could have done on my own. If I read Spanish correctly, & I don't, the orange and purple ones came first and the great knight was done later. That would explain the changes.
You did all the hard work. Thank you again anon. You rock.
Sweet. I like that a lot. Don't have any pics of my antagonist, although I like the idea, but I did just catch these two.
The GK isn't a waifu thing, just a figure building thing. At any rate waifus are hardly the only thing you can do. Fool around! I mentioned I was an Ork guy, I'd love to build some Boyz, Grots, and the like.
Here are past villains from my universe. Brief bios cause I'm lame. From left to right-
Ghost- blatant Crimson Ghost knockoff, longest reign of terror thus far, likely deceased but no body found.
Ahab- ocd assassin who stops at nothing to eliminate his prey, incarcerated.
Parasite- outer space entity that drains hosts of powers, deceased.
The Alchemist- bad bitch from another universe, unknowingly leads to the creation of Meltdown, deceased.
Pre-mechanical Meltdown- former heroic hypochondriac who's fear of death took a villainous turn.
The response to this question, and Poe Dameron's hair is obivously this.
Right on. Sorry. I'm not a figure building guy... Tell ya what tho. I'll build up my grey knight force and you work out your orjs and I'll give em a good lesson in stompa. Lol.
Thank you again.
Thanks mate, I love your black skeletal monster. Spooky asf.
Not entirely my design. It's reverse engineered from the few pics on this moc page (http://www.moc-pages.com/moc.php/378805). So it's pseudo my design.
I'll have to take a pic of my villain. I guess this kinda counts, my wife sent me a pic of her chemist mini fig (self fig) after I told her I bought a ucs tie interceptor... She is my irl villain atm
Oh, you're right, well with the red boots he's from 76046 Sky High Battle and without he's from 76044 Battle Of Heroes, but otherwise they're the same. I recommand Battle of Heroes, cheap set and you get 2 iconic fig, even if you don't like comics, they're still nice
Guy in the middle is Ogelthorpe, an ancestor of Ogel. He's the big bad to my castle figures.
>Already out of space
>Won't be able to adjust too much for a long time
>No shelves will fit anywhere useful in my room
>Not moving for at least another few months
>Just bought the Death Star Final Duel and Carnage's Sky Attack
I-I guess there's always space under my bed
I picked up this set today. The plane looks like it was designed by xzibit. And the nigga in red got a weird ass cape.
One of the absolute disgusting thing that came out of the now defunt Expanded Star Wars universe. The place where Luke turns to the Dark Side, where every author made their personnal jedi that survived order 66 and where all stupid memes like "Duh only force users can control a lightsaber" and "Force power are like video games abilities" come from
>/toy/, show me your current main antagonist to your Lego world(custom fig or preexisting)
>This fucker has been terrorizing heroes and villains alike for the last two months.
people hate this meme (even if its not a meme. i just post this "mine" character like some people post those lego girls or some other faces that can be seen in most of threads) but No Klocki Clown is the bad guy.
I have many ugly lego stuff and villains but No Klocki Clown is a big disaster. Every time he appears his depression and pessimism ruins everything. He's a bad luck - The Person. Everybody in my Klocki Town is scared of him.
Here he summoned a horde of monsters just by sitting there and being sad because
>mfw no klocki lego...
the thing is - he actually dont understand that he is a bad guy. He is a ghostly figure that spreads bad luck without even knowing it.
>clip cut and filed flat. Cut 4L bar for the side blades
Who keeps making these generals without the fucking challenges? Did we lose them cause too many asshats don't how to copy and paste?
If only my picture quality was above shit tier.
Anyways, I'll try to post some nice pictures of my little display.
again, sorry for literally the shittiest quality imaginable.
Parting and sorting this is proving to be lengthy process.
I just learned yesterday they had new revolvers for the Lone Ranger movie and I missed them because that was in my dark ages and I don't care about the movie.
Sucks, I really like western themes though.
Awesome! my next MOC is going to basically be this ship as Im making the "Homage" to it from the book armada !
There, there, stop pooping yourself. Why don't we get a head start on next month's challenges and suggest a few? I'll start:
> Build a scene that includes Abraham Lincoln in some capacity
yes, you have taste anon
dunno why, just love it
basil te batlord?
top , in yellow
these retired yet?
better in trans orange
similar fate befell mine too, my dog, in her "chewing" phase of puppydom
ogels head wedged inside his helmet by a single canine dent
Or you could stop being a faggot. $30 for a stage and what amounts to an $8 lego set isn't acceptable pricing and that's half the reason the game is on sale fucking everywhere. Even people who like the game admit the pricing is fucking horrible.
Haha fucking poorfag!!
Nah just kidding, the prices are fucking trash.
Luckily I have Gaymers club from best buy so I get discounts on them. $6 each fun pack right now.
The $30 for a level pack are shitty, but amazon dropped the price down to $23 for me and I also happen to enjoy the game so it's not all bad.
I'm hoping future sets will be cheaper because nobody was buying them at original msrp. Literally the blunder of 2015.
I think Amazon's price points for the sets are about what I'm willing to pay honestly. Around $20 for a Level Pack, $15-18 for Team Packs, and $8 for the Fun Packs. It feels around about right for the amount of content you're getting out of them.
I get the feeling though, even with pretty much every major chain trying to clearance the damn things out, Lego aren't going to get the message and they'll continue to insist on the original price points despite it pretty much holding the entire line back.
>don't have a creative bone in my body
>bought bins to seperate all my pieces into anyway
>mfw staring at all these bins filled with parts and all I can do is wait for the next sets to come out
i feel like a fucking failure mang
Thought of another one for February:
> Kung Hei Fat Choi! Happy Lunar New Year! 2016 is the Year of the Monkey. Show us how apes like to party!
not trying to be a dick but, this is incomprehensible to me; here Lego's always been about building my own stuff. I have a few shelves full of MOCs and zero set builds kicking around..
Since you've got your stuff sorted you could try this - find instructions for some set you like and build it in different colors, then modify it. Build a car, give it a spoiler and bigger tires. Make it a station wagon or whatever. Take off the wheels and put on wings and jet engines. End up with something cool and original, do that a bunch of times and you'll end up building cool and original shit from scratch.
>/toy/, show me your current main antagonist to your Lego world(custom fig or preexisting)
Here's Dread Space Pirate Spacebeard of Space, Scourge of the Spaceways
and colleagues. AxeBot is second in command.
Yeah, from the Man of Steel sets. Looks pretty good with the Dwarves helmet.
might i suggest instead of trying to make your own sets, you REMAKE older ones?
unseperate your shit, make those sets
then if/when you take it apart, make something different with it
turn your seasonal house into like, a fucking morgue or something
make a different red creature from red creatures
>tfw trying to build decent looking transformers that combine
>trying to make a theme to fit the translucent Nexo Knights
>realize the animals I've chosen aren't the ones on their chest emblems
>already halfway through
Eh, I guess I'll do the matching animals next.
Do the the threadly challenges,you got this broski
Man you reminded me of my darmanitan!
I still need to finish 3 other projects first though
I like this guy. Also love that Spooky waifu in the window.
The TIE Crawler (7664) was the last TIE set to be colored blue. Vader's TIE in 2009 (which, coincidentally, was the last set I ever bought before my dark age began) and the TIE Defender in 2010 were the last TIEs to use the old square cockpit piece.
Yeah, Brick Daddy is one of my favorite non-licensed minifigs.
>mfw an adult rates a lego sets "playability" even though they don't have kids
Eh, I'm not a big fan of it. Which sucks, because I've seen good deals on it, but I just want the one figure, not the rest of the set. And I hate placing small orders, since shipping costs raise the price by such a large percentage.
Made these Maxes months ago when their wave released, but never got around to snapping pics.
What's your favorite tribe for MaxMOCs, /lg/?
>tfw you fell for the army builder meem
>tfw this gon b gud when I get the Dr who set
Made a bit of progress with legs. Thanks anon who suggested technic ball joints for hips.
>army builder meem
Stay mad poorfag, you'll never be as cool as me.
Finally done . Will try to take some proper photos tomorrow
Here in my basement, just bought this new Lego set set here. It’s fun to drive up here to the Lego store. But you know what I like more than materialistic things? Clones. In fact, I’m a lot more proud of these seven new base plates that I had to get installed to hold two thousand new minifigs that I bought. It’s like the ceo Jorgen Vig Knudstorp says, “army builders are got tier, set buyers are shit casuals.”
This guy is a colossal faggot, to be sure, but his clone army was more of a community project, and a lot of those figures were lent to him/bought with donations, and then got sent back/sent out to the people who paid for them
That said, I've noticed that SW LEGO collectors tend to be the biggest weirdos in the community.
o I am laffin
Just bought mine, yesterday and I also live in Yurop. What cunt are you in?
Thanks bros. the cone isn't really attached so it looks weird. It's a bit droopy but that's as flush as you can make it.
Also, ive almost finished one of my eta-2s. All I need to do is work out how im gonna attach the armour plate things. Shit is cash. wings are basically sydag btw
I'm talking mostly about the people who exclusively collect SW LEGO stuff.
Because those types of people come off as being stuck in a weird place; They want to be part of the LEGO community by going to the different LEGO conventions and whatnot, but they don't really seem to want to be known as LEGO fans or AFOLs. They want to be known as SW fans.
Also, have you even watched any of that guy's videos? The guy pictured in >>5428018?
This guy has the same setup as most SW collectors. He shows off his collection in a few videos, and its like, 5-10 copies of each set just piled on shelves in a huge clusterfuck. As expansive as SW is within LEGO, there are still a finite amount of sets out there, so they just seem to buy the same sets over and over and over again just so they're still building sets. Because practically the only other thing to do when you have that much money I guess, is amass Clone Troopers or Stormtroopers into huge rows like that.
Also, there are lots of teeny-boppers collecting SW LEGO, and outside of them, I have never heard the term "TFOL" (Teen Fan Of LEGO) thrown around. It's like they don't want the "stigma" of being an AFOL, but they also don't want to be "a kid playing with LEGOs" so they coined their own cutesy term for it.
Sorry, but if you're 18-19 and you're buying LEGO, you're still an AFOL, and if you're younger than 18, you're "LEGO's intended audience."
The power of Cracklink is real!!
$6.00 each from Best Buy. I saved like $150 when I first got Dimensions and some figs I like. Really the best deal besides some Amazon Prime sales.
I have most of series 1 but skipping ninja go and sinew DC stuff. Have Zane and Wonder Woman, but will skip Cyborg, Harley, Aquaman, Joker but will probably get Bane for Memes and because he has that classic Animated style.
Some of the mini builds are really fantastic like the Ecto1 and Back to the Future train. Also the Simpsons TV. It actually had a printed cassette tape that's hidden under blocks to emulate a VCR.
Also Bad Cops' car looks like a way better batmobile than batman's.
AND lastly the DeLorean and hover board are fantastic.
Well it always sermed to me that the tfol thing was just borrowing off the afol thing. And you know how grade school is, most people putting off things they think are 'kiddy' because they wat the maturity that they don't have. Makes sense for them to believe another name will somehoe make it different.
r8 muh cyberdemon
any ideas how to improve the horns to make em bigger?
Brilliant, but I'd probably have redesigned the head as well.
One thing I don't like about the King's Mech is the sword-hand. It looks like it's holding the sword rather gingerly, rather than properly gripping it tight. I guess it's because the fingers are splayed out, but if you change that part they probably can't get enough reach to go around the hilt at all.
>USA gets 50% off Lego Dimensions
>The best deal Canada has ever gotten is $10 during Boxing Day at Walmart/Amazon for Fun Packs, and rightnow it's Buy One Get One 40% off at Best Buy
For fuck's sake, I just want them to be 50% off too ;_;
you've triggered me anon. Looks good besides that.
>Guy has the same set-up as most star wars collectors
are you bloody daft? Ain't no nigger have anything like that guy. Not even "star wars fans"
>Still a finite amount of sets out there
Didn't know there was a theme with infinite sets. Please tell us more about this.
>Implying being a TFOL is more weird then being an AFOL
Your argument is shit and you should feel bad about yourself. You are just trying to justify to yourself that you are "less weird" then other people who share your passion. Good for you dickweed.
>He doesn't use off brands to accentuate LEGO
>He doesn't expand his palette of creativity
>He doesn't modify pieces in the name of cool factor
>He's a "muh purity" fag
Why aren't you a Heretic, Anon?
>are you bloody daft? Ain't no nigger have anything like that guy. Not even "star wars fans"
They do, really. They just have collections of varying sizes and degrees. They generally all tend to look the same, though: Piles of the same vehicle stacked on top of each other on a shelf, in a huge mess.
>Didn't know there was a theme with infinite sets. Please tell us more about this.
Certainly! Most people who are fans of LEGO collect stuff of all themes, and LEGO has made dozens and dozens of themes over the decades. There's a lot to like, whether it's Space, or Pirates, or Castle, Super Hero stuff, or even other IPs they've done like Chima, Ninjago, and the new Nexo Knights.
Most SW collectors don't see that stuff, though. They exclusively buy SW sets, and that's all they see. Instead of branching out into other themes for those cool sets, designs, and minifigures, they'd rather just buy multiple copies of the same set, because it is still Star Wars.
And I'm not even talking about LEGO updating certain sets/vehicles every 3, 4, 5 years or whatever. I'm talking about straight-up buying tons of the same exact set for no real reason other than it says "Star Wars" on it.
>You are just trying to justify to yourself that you are "less weird" then other people who share your passion.
Not justifying anything, but cool assumptions, bro. Just wondering why people can't branch out beyond their narrow view of LEGO of one theme.
If anything, I want people to share in my passion more, and explore other great stuff LEGO puts out.
You must be one of these shallow SW fans I am talking about, though.
Buy sets from some other themes, sometime. They're fun!
>drilled holes in 2x2 round plates for gatling barrels
>Kre-O bullet chains at the back
>Cut trans blue bar for "eye"
If you can't even see the Heresey, then I have both done my job and proven my point.
No, but I can give you a shot of the bare frame, if that helps.
mounted on top of a
This is what causes the torso to angle.
>Not understanding the concept of "finite" and "infinite"
And cool it with
>"You're not enjoying these things! You are doing it wrong!"
yeah you had some great ones yourself!
>Buy sets from other themes
I buy what I want, and for me it is much easier to buy Star Wars rather then the flavour of the year theme. I'll always proudly display my custom star wars ships but all these temporary themes are destined for parts bins sooner or later. Just look at your own collection you know it to be true.
>Temporary themes destined for parts bins
Nigga I'm not even the Anon you're talking to, but my complete LoTR collection will fight you IRL.
>>Not understanding the concept of "finite" and "infinite"
No, I understand the concept, and yes, it is an exaggeration to say infinite obviously, but there are a hell of a lot more "not Star Wars" sets on a shelf at any given time, than actual SW sets on the shelf. I was hoping that you could pick up that I was being facetious, but obviously, you need things spelled out.
Point is, there are always way more LEGO sets available at any given time than SW. Once you guys buy and build the newest wave, you're hungrily looking forward to what's coming 5-6 months down the road, and rebuy all the sets you already have over and over to fill the void.
>I buy what I want, and for me it is much easier to buy Star Wars rather then the flavour of the year theme.
Ahahahah. I didn't actually expect you to be a SW fan. I just thought you were defending the variety in LEGO and backing those who collect SW exclusively.
Now I understand your butthurt more.
>I'll always proudly display my custom star wars ships but all these temporary themes are destined for parts bins sooner or later. Just look at your own collection you know it to be true.
>Non SW fans can't ever do MOCs or Customs.
Sorry, I don't usually buy pleb sets anyway. I rarely buy sets under $100, and anything under $50 I pretty much see as parts and minifigure packs.
The irony in all this is that I also think a lot of the bigger SW sets are actually really cool, but I also enjoy things outside of one theme because I don't have tunnel vision.
but I'm on another level of heresy
Little gap that didn't need to e covered, but it looks better with the tape. I don't have any spare blue stickers so I guess it's not purist. Structurally it makes no difference. It just looked weird having two little nostrils on the top surface due to the way the slit in the nose is achieved
This is the most beautiful ship I've seen in my life
But I want to replace all the grey parts with red parts; how difficult is this going to be exactly
I made an evil tachikoma lookalike for Terabyte.
>Could you two maybe post some Legos instead of shitposting?
"So what did you do over the weekend, anon?"
"I argued with some anonymous faggot on the internet about toys. I sure showed that asshole!"
Excellent job picking and choosing parts of what I said to respond to. And I rarely buy sets at all anymore, just parts.
I like some of the other stuff Lego does but for fucks sake I don't buy it cause I know it is just passing fancy. The real irony here is you are obviously opposed to assumptions but your argument about SW fans are entirely based on assumptions and generalizations.
>tfw canadafags complain about Lego prices
>tfw east Yurop has no Lego stores, prices are higher and the best deal is "get third one for 20% less"
And motherfuckers put shit like "every* toy 50% off" for Christmas.
*does not include Lego products
Snowy minifig pictures anyone?
It's the perfect weather to bring outside your snowtroopers.
What's a good way of starting a collection from nothing?
My childhood legos are long gone. But now I've started to crave to build something, robots, vehicles, spaceships and something of that sort mostly.
Buying someones old collection from ebay (or my countrys equivalent) sounds tempting, as it would be way cheaper than buying several individual kits myself. But it'd be pretty hit and miss in terms of the parts, right?
I'm at a loss, any ideas?
I collect SW LEGOs. Except I don't get all of them. And I don't buy repeats. Maybe some of us, you know, just fucking like the SW line?
>Don't go to conventions
>Don't care about being an adult who collects em (my wife does the Architecture line)
>Implying we're all scalpers who do nothing but make Clone armies.
I "collect" SW Lego, I'll buy a repeat if it interests me or is better than the set I already have. I have limited display space so I happily retire sets to storage and put new stuff up.
I'm getting into doing some custom building and I do grab things from other Lego lines that interest me. I have the entire recent Pirate and Castle lines, for example, and King's Mountain Fortress from my childhood is still on display. I've never been to a Lego convention but I'd love to go and see what others have made and possibly find some local friends in the community, without having to pay dues and do gruntwork like this area's LUG requires of new members.
I have a small Stormtrooper army (20) and they aren't displayed in file on an empty baseplate.
if you're in USA you can usually find some decent sales/clearance from amazon or walmart
http://brickseek.com/walmart-inventory-checker is a pretty good tool though it varies by store. i got blue power jet for $50 instead of $70, and i've tried to catch things on amazon when they're around 20% off, though this usually gets you last year's retiring sets
I wish my tru was as current
I don't even think they have dimensions in
>display case ps3 sat in first aisle ffs
very nice, its rare to see anything doom related anymore ,lego or not
zombieman is hard to do, no crewcut hair exists in sand green
>Gets upset when someone says red only works as an accent or on sports cars.
>Posts the sports car of TIE fighters.
>It's not even made of Lego, but just a 3D model.
I'm going to back off because I realize I was being a shit earlier, dude. So, I apologize.
You're right. SW collectors aren't all the same, and fans of other themes, and eve LEGO as a whole really owes a lot to the SW license. They might not even be around (or might not still be as big as they are) without it.
Most of my judgement was coming from watching YT SW collectors, and you're right. It's wrong of me to judge like that. Especially since a lot of the LEGO YTers, not just the SW collectors, are kinda shitty to begin with. A lot of them are resellers, scalpers, or they just buy everything up with the intent to part it all out, which is lame.
So it really isn't fair to me to say those things about SW collectors. I just wish more of them saw LEGO as a whole, and not just for the SW stuff.
At the same time, I don't really feel like it is fair for you to talk about how some themes are only around for a short amount of time. I mean, sure some are only around for a little while, but many have been around for a very long time, or come back every now and then for a renewal.
So, all of that said, I am sorry anon.
Now, let's all get back to building some awesome shit!
The prices aren't really the issue, no, but people flip over their scammy trade-in system, which is indeed pretty Jewish.
Though people really only need to, you know, not trade their stuff in for pennies.
Aw shit, someone actually built one.
>Got boyfriend to start playing Dimensions with me a week or two ago with the Portal set
>Been encouraging me to to pick up fun packs ever since and helping build them
>Wake up this morning
>He's just come back from Target
>Bought five fun packs and the Ghostbusters level pack with a box for all of our shit
>Already built them all
I think I've created an addict. And here I thought plastic crack only applied to gunpla.
I'm thinking Nexo Knights,. I think I might be able to whip up some cool MOC mechs from these pieces. Got really inspired, actually.
Now to start a hunt for good accompanying pieces, if you've got some ideas, please, do tell.
Is there an older set with a focus on mechs?
You were saying?
Bionicle if you count it as such. But the limb-pieces are cool.
But there's mechs in almost every inhouse theme nowadays. Chima, Ninjago, Ultra Agents...
Just search Brickset and go to town.
reminder that this is going to gouge a hole in your wallet and there's nothing you can do to stop it
>go to GameStop to see if I can get the new Iron Man
>"hey man, are you guys giving out the pre-order bonus?"
>"You mean THIS guy?"
>holds up Silver Centurion Iron Man
>"Yeah, let me just pre-order real quick"
>pay for it
>"Cool thanks, you can pick it up when the game comes out after you've paid for the rest"
Yeah a few are Mocs lol, Green,blue,red,black and orang are legit.
They will get Nexo Armour eventually!
Tfw LEGO will never reimagine classic Space UFO as Niklas Jansson did.
My alien group are the ones that would fight them!
I have no fucking clue really what my Blacktron faction do. I guess they help out occasionally and then steal shit!
Space Marines defending a Space Baseplate in awfully white-looking Space
So, managed to get that Yotsuba I was doing to look pretty OK.
I also have a gray one, not pictured.
Got a neat wall mount for minifigs and other such things. Sorry for the crappy pics.
This is my favorite episode. It's the one where he forgets his pants.
This guy is the result of a bunch of spare parts being thrown together, but he's grown on me.
I came out of my dark ages ( 2008-2015 approx ) at christmas. I love all the new pieces, and i love that they stopped Clone Wars style and went for a more realistic style on the Rebels minifigs.
I hate how much I like the BvS sets because the movie looks like ass.
> really want the Parisian Restaurant set
> not financially secure until halfway through February
> worried it'll retire before then
>minifigs stuck to a wall
thats actually pretty fucking clever
are they connected to the baseplate directly, or are their butts "sitting" on a 2x2 plate connected to the baseplate?
its obvious for some of the standing ones, or the ones on black, but the floating ones im not sure of
Getting a bricklink order's nice, it's like buying a set with exactly zero useless parts.
and then the seller forgets something so I have to wait to finish my awesome mech but that's beside the point, shit happens.
Another progress update, gentlemen. This gearbox in the middle of the chassis has clutch elements to divert power to the various functions, including the outriggers, tipper bed, and pneumatic compressor.
>behold, space magic
Meanwhile here I am..
>front wheels turn
>fits a technic figure
They are on plates illegally lodged on the studs of the baseplate! was years ago when i had my spacebase
>Get Lego Dimensions
>This is neat, I can get by with just Gandalf, Wildstyle and Batsy
>Having a good laugh plowing through stages
>Finish the Ninjago Stage
>Oh neat, it's Doctor Who time
>Have a blast at the Cyber King
>Not really familiar with Doctor Who, so I figured I'd get myself acquainted by buying the Dimensions Set + the Ideas set later
>Get past the graveyard
>THAT ENTIRE FUCKING STAGE WITH THE STATUES AND FLICKERING LIGHTS
>mfw I just played half the stage and noped the fuck outta there and closed my game
Fuck me, I thought I'd be safe from horror when I play Lego Games.
Digging the retro look, man. I think the old sets built from Technic bricks look way better than the new ones that use the studless beams. A prime example of this is the 8880 Super Car, which is the one set I dream of owning the most.
>tfw they'll never make more
>be loosely familiar with Dr. Who
>playing through dimensions, get to the cemetray
>oh shit weeping angels
>nothing happens in the whole cemetary
>oh it must just be a nod to that episode, neat.
>the flickering lights start
>oh shit, they are weeping angels
>freak the fuck out the entire level
I don't know why they're still terrifying when they're only legos, but fuck, man you're not alone.
I just died to one of the weeping angels.
>those 4 close up screenshots where the angel is coming closer and closer to you
Sweet Jesus have mercy, I almost threw my WiiU gamepad at my TV.
Poe is my new waifu. Sorry Queen Amidala
I really liked the Viking theme. Those were some nice war face
>What theme from the late 90's--early 20's do you miss and that will never come back?
Space Police III
Though, somebody from Lego said to me, SP IV is a sure thing, the only question is when; so we'll see.
Built my Lego mine. Immediately put some Wookies to work. For the Empire!
I missed it anyway, only got back into Lego a year ago.
Am I one of the only people who actually pre orders the game for you know the game. Even though I do return it within three days I do at least like to have 100 percent completed it knowing my purchase was not invalid.
Wookiees mang, never know when you're gonna need some extras.
The only thing I'm interested in purchasing is that Silver Centurion figure.
I would have been fine paying $5 for the pre-order and polybag and not coming back for the game. It's going to spike in price as soon as it is out and I'm not paying $20 for a figure that I can get by other means.
Made myself a d-walker from metal gear solid v.
First try and im really tired will make anither attempt tomorrow. Think its pretty spot on size wise but the legs are annoying to pose.
(please excuse finger on lense im uploading from phone and in bed, lego is packed away for today)
>be in city
>have free hour
>ghetto Target on the other side of city had a bunch of series 13 last time I was there
>terrifying freeway drive on sheer ice
>no minifigs, empty shelves
>take slow road back across city
>Target across the street from where I was has a bunch of S12s that weren't out last time
Got a pizza guy (at last), another piggy, and [something else].
Northern Minnesota doesn't have a very intense CMF demand, so there are usually 2-3 waves on the shelves at once as the stock slowly dwindles. Everywhere around here has loads of S14, and probably will long after the new skunkshark wave comes out.
Only once. I was disappointed with their bam bin, but I loaded up on useful scrubbery and other fun stuff from the pab.
>tfw no seagulls in the BAM
>just lady reporter torsos, Emmet heads, and shovels
Goddamn it these off-brand sets look nice! This one comes with Merlin, his sexy female apprentice, Pirate Porkins, and Pirate Leon Kennedy.
Yeah, I've noticed that they don't seem to change out their parts a lot. I'm still seeing shit that I saw there a year or two ago, I feel like.
I was actually just there today, and for the first time ever, actually bought a set of three BAMs because they had some Ultra Agents parts in there.
Yeah, but this is the Mall of America. Like, the biggest (or one of the biggest) Malls in North America. People from all over the world come here.
Its 4 levels, and each level is waaaaaay bigger than a normal mall. It has an amusement park in it even.
And their Pick a Brick wall changes constantly. But the build-a-minifig selection is kinda ass.
Every time I see this like the Mall of America I get immensely jealous.
My city is literally unable to have nice things, at least it actually does have a lego store nearby though. So there's that
2 motor robot. The claw picks up the item once it's closed, and depending on which direction the driving motor turns the wheels either move forward or one wheel turns backwards causing it to rotate.
I also have a few automatic gearboxes but I can't be assed to get them out.
Just made a group of antagonists to go against my protagonist group. Now I just gotta make them some vehicles.
Is there a good website for printable part lists that are maybe 1-2 pages per set on average? I've got my entire lego collection sorted by color right now and I'm trying to piece out each set so they can be built at a later time when I'm not sorting. I prefer lists so I can be sorting multiple sets at a time and not lose my progress switching to another set when I can't find that one piece