Monday, 31 March 2014
I, as a huge fan of modern architecture, very much appreciate this lovely MOC by Legonardo Davidy, done in his signature style. It's a beautiful MOC of a beautiful house, with some fantastic stone and water work goin' there. On another note, I apologize for the lack of bloggage recently, I will try to post more often.
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Sunday, 23 March 2014
Saturday, 22 March 2014
Mort Vivens Zombie Hunter When The Hunter Becomes The Hunted........, a photo by MinifigNick on Flickr.
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Friday, 21 March 2014
So, the other day I finally decided to join MOCpages. I was surfing around and I found mondayn00dle's page. Shortly afterwards, after some looking around on his page, I found his Dawn Forge theme, which I promptly fell in love with. I read the background info and descriptions for every single one of his incredible mechs, and they are just fantastic. Even though these creations are a few years old, I still think they are blog-worthy.You really should go see all of them, but I'll post just one example here. Here's his FOUNDATION Heavy Assault Mech.
Posted by Unknown at 09:11
Thursday, 20 March 2014
Bippity Bricks has made a fantastic model depicting the fictional sport, and the build has so much detail which makes it truly splendid, great job!
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Wednesday, 19 March 2014
Castle Relativity, a photo by Stephen Boe on Flickr.
Stephen Boe's 'Castle Relativity', built for the MocAthalon on MOCpages, is a real beauty of a creation. Both styles of stonework blend perfectly together, which was one of the things that caught my eye when I saw the thumbnail. Enjoy this crazy castle!
Tuesday, 18 March 2014
4estFeller's latest build has put the final nail on convincing me to try GARC sometime. This sleek, well-stickered ship actually has the look of a racecar to it. I also enjoy micro scale spaceships, so this is a winner.
Posted by Unknown at 11:17
Sunday, 16 March 2014
Saturday, 15 March 2014
Friday, 14 March 2014
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Thursday, 13 March 2014
This takes my breath away every time I look at it. That dragon...I haven't seen many better. According to the builder, Gabriel Thomson, or qi_tah, the scene depicts a kind of dragon called an emerald green spitter, which is testing its spitting accuracy on some dummies. I feel sorry for those dummies!
Tuesday, 11 March 2014
Silver Bolt, a photo by lisqr on Flickr.
Now this is refreshing. Apparently a 'next generation main battle tank for the UN peace keeping force', lisqr, who has been blogged here recently, has done an amazing job in keeping the tank as the centre of attention, but at the same time creating a backdrop that takes the MOC to almost complete perfection. Very inspiring.
Monday, 10 March 2014
Sunday, 9 March 2014
the General JJ brothers have created an amazing reperesentation of what life for the serfs was like in medieval times. The build is bursting with small details such as the magnificent plow and the incredible well! In my opinion this build has a really strong chance of winning in this category!
Posted by Unknown at 05:07
Friday, 7 March 2014
The Grand Joust of Gisellicburg, a photo by Mark of Falworth on Flickr.
We've waited a while for this, holding our breath in anticipation of Mark and Steven's next MOC, that we all know will feature in their upcoming book. Well, I saw this through bleary eyes this morning, and it's awesome. Look how many minifigs throng there! See the splendour of the royal pavilion! This really is the place to be, or at least the place to watch with wide eyes.
Thursday, 6 March 2014
Working LEGO Computer Keyboard, a photo by JK Brickworks on Flickr.
Have you ever seen a keyboard made out of LEGO? No, neither have I, but my first glance at this brilliant MOC from JK Brickworks made me desperate to get one of my own, mostly because IT WORKS! Anyway, I should calm down now and let you look at the photo. There are some funny features to this, just look at 'Caps' lock!
Wednesday, 5 March 2014
CCCXI Master Builder, a photo by Disco86 on Flickr.
...Paul, also known as Disco86! I know this is a few days late, but I looked at the photo again and felt that I should give a tribute to this building genius. It's not only castle he builds, either, some of his sci-fi builds are out of this world (cheesy pun intended)!
LL, who normally builds castle, has taken a step outside his comfort zone and created this awesome battleship. So much light bley greebling and attention to detail really make this a good MOC. I have now proven that I can blog something other than starfighters!
Posted by Unknown at 03:30
Monday, 3 March 2014
Gilcélio, the design of the apparartus is just amazing so is the rest of the structure! Great job!
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Sunday, 2 March 2014
tardisblue has some nice coloring, and some NPU. I promise my next post won't be a Starfighter!
Posted by Unknown at 07:15
peggyjdb showing the workhouse where Oliver Twist lived before he was placed under the supervision of an undertaker. James has beautifully described the style of Victorian houses. The details on the roof and the front gate are just excellent! Fantastic job James!
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