The Iron Builder between Disco86 and Matt De Lanoy (Pepa Quin) rages on, with both builders making great use of the seed part.
From Matt De Lanoy:
Wednesday, 13 August 2014
Saturday, 9 August 2014
There have been a fair few historically-accurate creations built recently, but not many are as good as this one. Gary Brooks had this beast ready just in time for BrickFair VA, but clearly a lot of time, effort - and not least money! - went into it. It depicts the Battle of Rorke's Drift, made famous by the 1964 film Zulu, though it is based not on what the film shows but what actually happened on that day in 1879. Gary has put together a very interesting account in the description on Flickr, so make sure that you read it. As for the MOC, well...what a beast! The olive-green leaves on the ground make it look like it really is in the South African wilds. The scale is incredible....
Posted by Unknown at 09:27
Thursday, 7 August 2014
How can you not love this epic build from Blake Foster? The four years he spent building it were clearly not wasted at all, as this beauty is absolute perfection. I know this has been blogged elsewhere, but some things are so incredible that they deserve to be recognised just that little bit more. Oh, I almost forgot: check out the accompanying video for more awesomeness.
Posted by Unknown at 09:44
Wednesday, 6 August 2014
Leonardo Da Brick built this epic reconstruction of the confrontation at Khazad-dum for the MELO. This rockwork should inspire us all, it's truly incredible. I also love the way he made the Balrog tumbling into the abyss. Also mighty thanks to the great J.R.R. Tolkien for writing such an epic scene in his books.
Posted by Unknown at 09:00