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About this creation
Some of you may have seen my Minecraft Village MOC, which featured Zombies, Villagers, and an Iron Golem. Well now, instead of showing them off in MOCs, I've compiled all the mobs I've created into one post.


I'll start off with Steve, the most important character in Minecraft. Steve has fully posable arms as well as a fully posable head. His arms can be replaced with 1x1 blocks with holes in them so that tools and other items can be held. The legs are not posable, but if anyone knows how to do that I would be glad to hear it.


Now we move on to the zombie. The zombie is basically Steve with different colored skin. Zombies can also hold items, but they do not in game, so there isn't much of a reason to.


Now for the Creeper. The Creeper is one plate shorter than all the other mobs, mostly because I couldn't get it to look right when it was the same height. The Creeper has a fully posable head, but the legs are not posable sadly (again, I would love to hear suggestions).


Here is the skeleton. Although the skeleton would not work in real life due to the design, that can easily be fixed without compromising looks too much. I am simply a perfectionist, and it was possible to do this because it's LDD, so I did. Anyway, the skeleton has fully posable arms and slightly posable legs, and a posable head like always. It can hold items by attaching a 1x1 verticle clip to the end of the arm.


Here is the Enderman, the last of my hostile mobs. The Enderman has fully posable arms and a posable head like usual. The legs do not pose. It can hold blocks and the head can be edited to make it look like it does when you look at it.


Now we move on to the passive mobs! This is a villager, built as close as I could get to the in game version. The colors are all older colors that are no longer in production.


Here is what is probably my favorite of my mobs, the Iron Golem. Featuring fully posable arms and slightly posable legs, the Golem will smash any zombies to bits. The paint job is as accurate as I could get.


And finally, the chicken! This is my least favorite of my built mobs, but it's as close as I could get considering the scale I was using.

I hope that you like my mobs! Don't forget to rate and comment!


Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I like it 
  September 2, 2013
I love minecraft!!
 I like it 
  August 11, 2012
LOL! I made the same Steve with a few differences without even knowing about this one! Great designs, although my Steve/Zombie are the same except for a few things, so I know I like those ones, that Skeleton and Creeper are awesome! My Creeper isn't that good and I got stuck on the skeleton :P. Really good job!
 I made it 
  July 8, 2012
Quoting ryu_hayabusa_135 buendia if I'm not mistaken , a creeper is smaller than steve my problem is he is too tall and if he was the same height his legs would've been longer his chest is same as steve also his head but the legs are different so I'm sorry yes I'm a nerdy kid but just saying Long story Short : Creepers are supposed to be short
The Creeper is 1 plate shorter than Steve.
 I like it 
  July 7, 2012
if I'm not mistaken , a creeper is smaller than steve my problem is he is too tall and if he was the same height his legs would've been longer his chest is same as steve also his head but the legs are different so I'm sorry yes I'm a nerdy kid but just saying Long story Short : Creepers are supposed to be short
 I made it 
  May 23, 2012
Quoting Darth Levid. The Great How do u make the arms poseable,I can't solve that question no matter how hard i try looking at the picture.
I used 4 1x1 bricks with technic holes and some technic pins with lightsaber bars stuck inside to cover up the holes. In real life you could simply use the 1x1 technic bricks on the body and replace the ones on the arms with a 1x1 brick with a stud on one side.
 I like it 
  May 21, 2012
How do u make the arms poseable,I can't solve that question no matter how hard i try looking at the picture.
  May 16, 2012
My favorite is Steve. Great work!
 I made it 
  April 21, 2012
Quoting Blitz the Thunder Spartan (Aaron Smolar) Good job! These are awesome! It would be even better If you could somehow get a face on the creeper, but great job!
Once I make them in real life I'll try out some decals.
 I like it 
  April 21, 2012
Good job! These are awesome! It would be even better If you could somehow get a face on the creeper, but great job!
 I like it 
  April 17, 2012
Nice!
 I like it 
  April 16, 2012
Love the golem!
 
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