I am sure all of you remember the iconic ending scene of The Force Awakens, yes? Where Rey finds a certain Jedi on a desolate island on the planet Ahch-To? Nobody could forget that.
Well, strangely enough, we never got a Lego set of this legendary scene, even though it seems like a no-brainer. Which also means that we never got a TFA Luke Skywalker minifig. What a shame! Well, since I am into decals anyway, I decided to rectify that. Actually, I started working on this decal over a year ago, shortly after the movie's release, in fact. Believe it or not, it took me almost one and a half years to finally put together a version that I am satisfied with – I didn't work on it all the time, but I revisited the design every few weeks to tweak it a little bit, sometimes for better, sometimes for worse. If my progress resulted in a satisfying design, you can decide for yourself:
This was partially inspired by a design seen in the Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens video game. But ultimately, it was largely my own design choices, based on his actual movie outfit.
I guess I am not 100% content with it, as always, but I feel that it is as good as it's going to get for now. Maybe I will return to working on it at a later point, but I wanted this decal finished and posted for the time being. The face decal could be used on a flesh background for white decal paper, too; as you can see in the images, transparent decals tend not to be too opaque in the beard and eyebrow region.
So, thanks to Marley's suggestions, these are some more goblin decal variations that I came up with. There is a female version now, too, complete with a snarl expression and a scarred eye variation.
The male face comes in a standard variant, a snarl, a war scar and with war paint, as well as with war paint and additional eyebrow piercings and a scar on the left eye.
So, as Marley requested variations of goblins a while back, I rescheduled some stuff and present a little WIP today, featuring different goblin face variations.
I got rid of the standard goblin smile, which looks kinda ridiculous, and replaced it with a standard scowl expression. There's a variation with a scar and one with warpaint, Lord of the Rings-style.
Let me know if you have ideas for more variations.
A new chapter for Nar Eurbrikka has been written, and can be viewed in the NE section. Head over to the webcomic to read the newest installment!
As requested by TK-1776, I updated the arms of my current Boba Fett decal to be in line with his changed outfit in Return of the Jedi:
I think I know why the arm design was requested by TK-1776, as this year's 75174 Desert Skiff Escape set comes with another Boba Fett minifig, but like in 2016's Carbon-Freezing Chamber 75137, he comes without printed arms:
Which is a bit of a bummer, but can hopefully be fixed with this decal! Have fun, TK-1776, and if you put it to use, make sure to send me a picture of the applied decal so I can show it off in the guest content section!
The Mara Jade decal is done!
This was a decal request and my first try ever at a "full body" decal, i.e. torso, hips, legs and face (and arms, but that wasn't much of an effort). Combine those decals with a minifig with red hair, a lightsaber and maybe a cape and you've got yourself a nice Mara Jade minifig, I assume!
As there is no definitive canon depiction of Mara Jade, I based her design on this ArtFX figure:
The next release of the april decals arrives, and it's the Vacation Joker torso!
This was another request by Batman fan mattyj and depicts Joker's preferred sun&fun outfit in the Lego Batman videogames. With this irresistible look, is there anyone out there who wouldn't love for the Joker to crash his or her beach party?
Good news, folks! I have started to work on the april decals and will start to roll them out one after another within the next few days and weeks!
We're off to a hot start with Bob the Goon from the 1989 Batman movie, as requested by mattyj!
This custom head and torso decals feature Bob's iconic west, complete with arm decals, and one standard expression and one expression with sunglasses. After all, he is the Joker's number one guy, right? Speaking of which, the Joker emblem on the chest has been Lego-fied as well to match the minifig style. Hope you enjoy it, mattyj, and your vacation Joker will be the next in line!
Today, I finally finished Episode XIV: Day Of The Spectacle! It took me longer than expected to upload it, as photography was wrapped up almost three weeks ago... but like so often, life interfered and put my efforts to a halt for a while. I hope you enjoy this new, 36 panel chapter and as always, I dearly appreciate comments & criticism!Head over to the Nar Eurbrikka section to check it out!
Scratching yet another decal request off my list, I finished working on a young version of Admiral Yularen, as featured in the Clone Wars animated series! I wasn't sure if the right tone for his uniform exists as a torso, so I designed one opaque and one transparent decal:
Admiral Yularen features the same rank insignia and uniform style as seen in the show and two different expressions, one standard sceptical military expression and one more friendly, humorous one. Like Ahsoka Tano, this decal was requested by Florian and I hope it will serve him well in complementing his Lego Grand Army of the Republic!