Ordo built this spooky Halloween-themed build. I love the cleanliness of the build, and the presentation is top-notch.
Friday, 31 October 2014
Wednesday, 29 October 2014
That wouldn't be terribly hard with this awesome siege tower. Sam Schmidt built it a few weeks ago, but I feel like blogging it anyway. My favorite details of the Iron Scorpion are the sweet thatched roof and the intimidating chains on the back.
Posted by Unknown at 09:28
Tuesday, 28 October 2014
Monday, 27 October 2014
Disco86, a prolific German castle builder, brings a great rendition of the White Tree of Gondor from the The Lord of the Rings. The real sweet details, though, are the elegant tree made from plates and lacking more special parts and the slope-cobbled floor.
Posted by Unknown at 16:20
Fullnilson is a LEGO photographer who uses Photoshop and great camera effects to create his scenes. Mostly showcasing Star Wars figures and vehicles, he occasionally branches out into some other themes, such as superheroes and Harry Potter. Here are three of my personal favourites from him:
Posted by Unknown at 08:47
Saturday, 25 October 2014
The dynamic duo of Tyler Clites and Nannan Zhang, known for their terrific collaborations, steal the show once more with the Aurora, apparently inspired by the game Bastion . All the details are amazing, but my favorite is the turquoise round tower on the left. Take a look for yourself!
Posted by Unknown at 19:57
Wednesday, 22 October 2014
This beautiful, beautiful MOC by Joshua Brooks is a wonderful example of how to use colour whilst building. He's not been afraid to mix and match different types and colours of foliage, and so the plant life ranges from orange to lavender. Truly stunning.
Posted by Unknown at 10:41
Friday, 17 October 2014
I really love this scene by legophthalmos, it's small and rather simple but the execution is perfect. Depicting the climax of the story of Perseus and Andromeda, you don't even see the slain foe, the Cetus, but the carnage all around suggests that the battle has been brutal.
Posted by Unknown at 13:54
Sunday, 12 October 2014
Anyone who's ever seen the Lord of the Rings film will be able to appreciate this build from the great Ian Spacek, myself included. The tower itself is very well photographed, as black is renowned for being a pain to take pictures of, and I love the angle of the rock it's balanced on.
Posted by Unknown at 22:15
Saturday, 11 October 2014
Nick V, someone I admire for his crazy spaceships, has built this...thing, that's actually really cool. Apparently it is a mystical shaman called Oobahni Flaxpants, a name that suits the model perfectly! There are loads of cool techniques and pieces used here - spot the clone helmet and the Ninja Turtle shell.
Posted by Unknown at 06:56
Friday, 10 October 2014
Yep, he's back, and with another truly stunning castle MOC! Luke's builds are always spectacular, but this could be the best yet. Strange colour choices abound, but somehow they work perfectly. Also...those sloping roofs are incredible! See for yourself.
Posted by Unknown at 11:14
Thursday, 9 October 2014
These great little Battle Beasts, based off the old line of toys, were built by Garry (Garry_rocks), and they all look extremely good. I really like the fact that they're all similar-looking but there are specific differences between them, and of course the colours are very nice indeed.
Posted by Unknown at 21:47