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Which Of These 12 Projects Will Get The Thumbs Up By The LEGO Ideas Review Team?

With the last round of the LEGO Ideas review over, here are 12 more submissions that have attained 10,000 supporters’ votes and will be taken into consideration in the next review – which, according to the LEGO Ideas blog, will happen in the summer of 2017.

 

Which Of These 12 Projects Will Get The Thumbs Up By The LEGO Ideas Review Team?

 

Here are the 12 builds – Check them out below and let us know which one would you most like to see getting the green light by the LEGO Ideas review team and produced as an official LEGO Ideas set:

 

1. Boat Repair Shop By Roben Anne

Boat Repair Shop By Roben Anne

 

Description (From The LEGO Ideas Website):

If you’re looking for trusted boat repair in Sea Front Village you’ve found the right place. With a full team of highly-trained technicians, Our Service Department has become one of the most trusted boat repair shops in Sea Front Village. From plastic boat repair to marine engine repair. our state-of-the-art equipment will get you back on the water as quickly as possible.

The following is a list of the boat repair shop items:

Minifig: Technicians (Carpenters), Captain, Fishing man

Boat: 2 type models

Tools: Drill, Screwdriver, Saw and more

The building consists of roughly 2,460 parts and a boat ramp with a crane, work floor, and storage- attic. I used the colors sand yellow and olive green for the building that gives it a realistic feeling. And Siding technique for the clapboards. The roof just sits on the recess so it’s easy to take of and put on.

 

Click here to find out more about Roben’s Boat Repair Shop on the LEGO Ideas website… >>

 

2. Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. “The Bus” LEGO Set By Ryan Rydalch

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 'The Bus' LEGO Set By Ryan Rydalch

 

Description (From The LEGO Ideas Website):

The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. “Bus” LEGO Set would allow buyers to create their own inspired missions for the Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division.

By featuring the fully functional flying command center for our agents, Agent Coulson’s team can track down any Hydra scum wherever they may be hiding.

In addition to the stealthy Bus, this set also includes Agent Coulson’s favorite collectable: Lola, the flying red corvette!

 

Click here to find out more about Ryan’s Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. “The Bus” LEGO Set on the LEGO Ideas website… >>

 

3. Hulkbuster UCS By Raymond Chow

Hulkbuster UCS By Raymond Chow

 

Description (From The LEGO Ideas Website):

 

Click here to find out more about Raymond’s Hulkbuster UCS on the LEGO Ideas website… >>

 

4. LEGO Store Modular Version By Kashaka Kim

LEGO Store Modular Version By Kashaka Kim

 

Description (From The LEGO Ideas Website):

From a long time ago, I wanted to build a LEGO Store with a pick-a-brick section on a wall from the bottom to the ceiling. Finally, I built one based on the concept of a stand-alone LEGO Store which is about to open after a long period of renovation work in an old building of New York.

I have decorated the exterior with classic look and feel to make the building to be well mixed with other modular series. On the contrary, the show windows and doors on the store front were built with black and transparent bricks for a modern style.

The arch-shaped windows on each side are very distinctive and notable unlike official modular series with a flat wall on each side but are fully hidden when the store is put and displayed in the middle of other modular series.

I also added a small storage at the back of the building for the carton boxes. The main wall of the storage can be opened to show the inside. The roof with windows can be also opened to lighten the pick-a-brick section enough.

The unique part of the exterior is the decoration with technic gear bricks on the front side of the roof. This trade mark of the store is designed to give a strong impression to customers.

Obviously, the main wall of the inside of the store is mostly for the pick-a-brick section. Next to it, there is a small section for polybag products and small boxes. On the left side of store floor, there is a build-a-brick section and the opposite side has a cashier counter.

On the left wall, LEGO boxes are stored and displayed. Interestingly, I used those unique colors of actual LEGO series to representing them with simple tile bricks. Dark gray is for Star Wars. Red is for Super Heroes. Blue is for City. Purple and pinks are for Friends. Dark blue is for Modular. Green is for Ninjago and Black is for Technic.

I am very much happy with this LEGO Store which can be a part of my modular collections and confident that you will support this idea to make it the next official modular product for all LEGO lovers.

Thank you in advance.

 

Click here to find out more about Kashaka’s LEGO Store Modular Version on the LEGO Ideas website… >>

 

5. Red Dwarf LEGO By LEGOBob32

Red Dwarf LEGO By LEGOBob32

 

Description (From The LEGO Ideas Website):

My idea for a potential new Lego set is based on the cult sci-fi comedy Red Dwarf.

Set on board the mining ship of the shows namesake. My set features Dave Lister the last human being alive, Arnold Rimmer a Hologram of his dead bunkmate, CAT a creature that evolved from Lister’s pet cat Frankenstein, an Android named Kryten and finally the ships senile computer system Holly.

As an added incentive, my set also features the shows two favourite recurring characters, Ace Rimmer and Daune Dibbley!

With continuity itself being a running joke on the show, I have decided to use this to my advantage and create a truly unique set, which uses the best aspects from across all the seasons. The RED crew quarters décor from season X, the Holly Hop Drive from season II, the space craft Blue Midget and the male incarnation of Holly.

The sets main features include Lister and Rimmer’s iconic bunk beds (includes the posters inside), a sliding airlock door and not forgetting one of the ship’s mischievous Skutters.

Working in partnership with Minifigs.me who have provided the Fantastic Minifigures featured in this set.

Whether you’re a diehard fan of Red Dwarf, Adult, Child or just love LEGO! There’s something here to enjoy for everyone.

 

Click here to find out more about LEGOBob32’s Red Dwarf LEGO on the LEGO Ideas website… >>

 

6. Landrover 4 x 4 By DadAndLad

Landrover 4 x 4 By DadAndLad

 

Description (From The LEGO Ideas Website):

This LEGO model of the instantly recognisable Land rover series III has all the features of the original.

With impressive features such as opening doors, bonnet and removable hard top. The detail is just as amazing from the petrol filler cap, mud flaps and exhaust system. The detail on the inside includes adjustable front seats, moving gearstick, lifelike gauges and highly detailed engine bay with removable grill, enabling you to see all the internal workings.

This is not only a lifelike model that can be displayed for all to see but can also be great fun with the children creating the ultimate Lego 4×4 experience.

The model comprises of approximately 1,100 bricks. It measures 27cm length, 13cm height and 13cm width.

 

Click here to find out more about DadAndLad’s Landrover 4 x 4 on the LEGO Ideas website… >>

 

7. Volkswagen Golf MK1 GTI By Hass Kabal

Volkswagen Golf MK1 GTI By Hass Kabal

 

Description (From The LEGO Ideas Website):

– 1,278 parts

– 1970’s cult was the Volkswagen Golf MK1 GTI model. Size is compatible with the Original Creator Collection series

– Complete Interior details. We have the right to the original steering wheel, cockpit, gear lever, handbrake, Radio in-cockpit, ventilation buttons, indicators

– We have the right to GT Line cockpit red and black stripes

– GT Series seat covers

– Dilated closes the hood. And interior details Engine, battery, carburetor

– Angles are closed doors. Details of interior door handles

– Open and Closed, rear trunk. Domestic luggage opened under the spare tire furnished

– Ceiling loosened complete

– Pre-Red GT Line in the blinds

– Plate The stickers, the VW GTI and the rear cargo section. Golf stickers

 

Click here to find out more about Hass’ Volkswagen Golf MK1 GTI on the LEGO Ideas website… >>

 

8. Vintage Tram By Kevin Szeto

Vintage Tram By Kevin Szeto

 

Description (From The LEGO Ideas Website):

This model was built using LEGO Digital Designer (LDD). On the exterior, the tram features functioning entrance and exit doors of both sides of the tram, (though in real life only the doors on the starboard side are used). Other exterior details include headlights, guards, signage (Tram 22 Carmo-Batalha is one of the 3 lines still operational), rearview mirrors, as well as the classic logo of “SCTP”, the company that operates the Porto trams.

The model also features a removable top that provides access to the passenger carriage, which in turn holds up to 8 sitting passengers. The driver cab features a controls panel, 2 levers, as well as a fire extinguisher (see view with door removed).

Approx Dimensions: Length 26.5 cm x Width 8.5 cm x Height 15.0 cm

Number of pieces (with minifigs, without track): 664

 

Click here to find out more about Kevin’s Vintage Tram on the LEGO Ideas website… >>

 

9. 1950’s Diner By Pix027

1950's Diner By Pix027

 

Description (From The LEGO Ideas Website):

The classic 50s style retro diner recreated in detail as a playable display set!

The idea was to create a diner with the classy build quality of the modular building series, but keeping the set small enough to be affordable.

The diner itself consists of around 800 pieces, and is compacted with as much detail as possible and includes lots of iconic features. This includes a jukebox, small but detailed kitchen, retro styled stools tables and chairs, a mini gas pump outside, a classic oversize sign complete with a 3D burger and fries on the roof, plus lots of other little details if you look closely!

Also shown is an optional 50’s era pink car, but this could be removed from the set to reduce the piece count.

 

Click here to find out more about Pix027’s 1950’s Diner on the LEGO Ideas website… >>

 

10. Ship In A Bottle, The Flagship Leviathan By Jake Sadovich

Ship In A Bottle, The Flagship Leviathan By Jake Sadovich

 

Description (From The LEGO Ideas Website):

This is my LEGO ship in a bottle. A nostalgic build inspired by a timeless tradition practiced by craftsman the world over for centuries. Hailing from a time when exploration, worldwide trade, and the rise and fall of empires relied upon mighty sailing ships. At some point a few of the men who crewed these great ships began using old bottles, pieces of whale bone, string and various other scrap materials to create ships in bottles. Sold in ports around the world or given to loved ones these small works of art have fascinated and bewildered viewers ever since.

This model features a very realistic bottle, an ornate stand, and of course a meticulously detailed micro scale ship. I believe it would be a great LEGO set for both the satisfaction of a challenging build as well as the enjoyment of a beautiful display piece.

 

Click here to find out more about Jake’s Ship In A Bottle on the LEGO Ideas website… >>

 

11. UCS Rey´s Speeder By Robert Lundmark

UCS Rey´s Speeder By Robert Lundmark

 

Description (From The LEGO Ideas Website):

The Force Awakens, in our heroine Rey from Star Wars Episode 7, and in all of us when new imagery fuels our imagination and sparks our creativity. For me, one of the most interesting things about the Star Wars universe has always been the amazing designs of the creatures, the armours and the vehicles that makes it come to life, who make up the lived in, low-tech, tattered and damaged look of the world I came to love as a kid all those years ago.

When the new movie came out last Christmas I felt like a kid once more, for the first time in a long while. I was falling in love with Star Wars all over again, pouring over all the amazing designs of ships and aliens, new but still so familiar. The most eye-catching thing of them all, I felt, was Rey´s popsicle-like speeder; the shape of it, the colour, the worn down state that makes it look fantastic and realistic at the same time.

I knew I had to build it. I wanted to recreate it, get to know it, but I didn´t know how. I didn´t know if it could be constructed with LEGO in a way that would do it justice, but I had to find out. And though it took a long time to get it the way I wanted it, and though it left me scratching my head more than once, I just loved building it. And I think you would love building it too.

 

Click here to find out more about Robert’s UCS Rey´s Speeder on the LEGO Ideas website… >>

 

12. The Iron Giant By Brett Cuv

UCS Rey´s Speeder By Robert Lundmark

 

Description (From The LEGO Ideas Website):

For this project, I propose that a set be made based on the 1999 Warner Brothers hit animated film The Iron Giant. Known for its beautiful storytelling and masterful animation, this movie is beloved by fans old and young all over the world. I believe that a LEGO product based in this film would not just be popular with consumers, but rather be an enormous success.

Within this project, there would be 5 main characters: The Iron Giant with changeable eyes and weaponry to depict his evil state from the movie, Hogarth Hughes with the alien bolt he finds at the end of the film, Annie Hughes and a coffee pot, Kent Mansley and a fedora, and Dean McCoppin with a coffee cup. The entire build consists of approximately 2,023 pieces, including the Giant, minifigures, and accessories. The Giant’s head rotates and tilts, and his arms, legs, wrists, hips, and ankles are all articulated to both accommodate his size and weight, and allow him to replicate classic poses from the movie.

 

Click here to find out more about Brett’s The Iron Giant on the LEGO Ideas website… >>