Sunday, January 4, 2015
Last year we have blogged the MOC compilations from creators who shared their MOC's. This year the number of the complications increased significantly. Last year we said that 2013 was surely one of the best years according to the quantity and quality of the LEGO creations but 2014 was even better! Check out the compilations to be sure not to miss anything amazing.
Flickr member and LEGO Fan César Soares a.k.a. Cesbrick shared these magnificent medieval buildings (cottages, tower, tree-house, windmill, etc...) created for this years CCC contest in his Flickr account during previous Month. He have built at least ten MOC's like these ones and each of them are really high quality. Especially the modelling on the roofs and details on the structures and terrain are incredible. His dioramas are full of action and minifigure posing is also very well done. Check out his Flickr galleries to explore more of his amazing works.
Unusual shaped blue colored roof makes this house extraordinary.
Colorful dioramas full of details makes the creations even more exciting. The windmill built in a round shape and beautiful texturing looks great by its own.
Saturday, January 3, 2015
Flickr member and LEGO Fan Grant Davis a.k.a. Takkata1 shared this amazing diorama built for this years CCC contest depicting the explosion scene from the epic movie The Lord of the Rings: Two Towers (2002). This is one of the most realistic presentation of an explosion I have ever seen so far. The creator did a great job using the reddish back light and the broken wall pieces are very nicely shaped and correctly positioned for the photograph that you don't see the original light source. The detailing on the wall and terrain look also very good.
Monday, December 15, 2014
Flicker member and LEGO Fan A. Bellón a.k.a. Panzerbricks have created many WWII armor and weapons of Germany and they are so realistic and beautiful that they are worthy to be presented in a Museum. These photos were taken in the mNANTEC Museum when the Hispabrick Magazine Event take place. Check ot the Flicker Page of Panzerbricks for more detailed pictures of these detailed war machine models.
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
LEGO Fan and Flicker.com member Loctitegirl shared this magnificent micro-scale futuristic city in her account. The buildings in the city are very detailed and built with many pieces like arches and masonry bricks that you usually don't see in futuristic MOCs. I'm pretty sure that Metropolis is one of the most unique creations of 2014.
Monday, December 8, 2014
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
My friend Brick Burger has shared these magnificent minifigures in his Flickr.com account. These are built for the Guilds of Historica Custom Minifigure Contest in Eurobricks.com forum. Each of the figures are created with original parts only. He managed to use interesting pieces combined from different themes and eras. Who would know that the witches tie matches perfectly with a dwarfs torso so well? I like all the figures because each of them has a unique feature that makes it cool and also their faction in GoH is easy to recognize. My favorites are Exiled Warrior, Purple Witch and Fire Mage.
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
LEGO Fan and Flickr.com member Arthur Gugick a.k.a. torgugick has created amazing mosaics using only official printed 1x2 tile pieces with decos like control panels, computers, arrow signs, literally every kind of printed motives. He created the famous painting "Girl with the Pearl Earring" and the movie poster of the cult film "Silence of the Lambs" You probably seen many mosaics built with bricks, plates or tiles before but these are really unique. Check out the videos where the camera zoom out beginning from the singular tile pieces and expands to cover the whole picture.
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Flicker member and LEGO Fan Simon Liu a.k.a. Sci-MOCs has shared these unusual but fascinating jigbot models in his account. The usage of the planet pieces from the Star Wars Line is always an interesting building method. Although, It is a mystery (at least for me) how those eyes (tire parts) were attached to the spheres. Brick-built red parrot, brick-built tomahawk hair style and plume built out of red plant pieces are small details I really like.
Monday, November 3, 2014
Thanks to all participants and congratulations to the winners!
For the contest main topic and the prizes click here.
Note: Winners should send their contact addresses via E-mail for their prizes.