Cuusoo of the Week : My Little Pony – Friendship is magic
In this section we help promote LEGO Cuusoo idea’s to help them reach the 10,000 likes needed for their idea to get created! This week we feature the idea called “My Little Pony – Friendship is magic” created by Addam. Here’s what the creator had to say about the idea:
“The main idea, is to create pony shaped minifigures (or in this case miniponies), which could be used to populate other lego built buildings from Lauren Faust’s brilliant TV Show: My little pony – Friendship is magic.
The buildings could include: Sugarcube corner, Twilight’s treehouse, Apple family barn and so much more!
The ponies would be customizable with wings or different hairpieces. The unicorn horn would be part of the hairpiece.
IMPORTANT: We are aware of the licensing issues that might come, if this project is approved by Lego. This is something that the concerned parties have to work out between themselves. I personally hope and believe, that a mutually beneficial agreement can be reached, when the time comes. Thank you for understanding this, and I wish you a great time browsing Cuusoo.
Honoring the Season 2 finale, I have designed this changeling minifig. This one comes with a custom head, with horn and “mane” already mounted.
The spots on the legs are supposed to be the holes, but since these are already rather small pieces, creating actual holes would weaken the structure beyond limit.
Here is a detailed image of the LEGO minipony’s updated, version 2 structure.
UPDATE: Added a version with glasses that are painted onto the mold itself.
The first actual set idea, involving regular bricks: DJ Pon-3, at the Canterlot Wedding.
The minifig uses the same hair mold as Rainbow dash, with the horn added.
The discs, are round tiles, and are planted on rotatable plates, aka turntables, so you can actually spin them.
I’ll try and make an exploded view of it so you can build it at home if you have the necessary parts, and you can maybe print the textures as stickers.
Big Macintosh, adds an example for a colt minifigure. This one still uses the old design, I’ll update that sometime later, possibly with his neck thingy added on the back stud.”
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What do you think about this idea? Would you buy it?