Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Nexo Recon Hub by Henry F.


Normally I'm not a fan of new Nexo Knights theme but flickr.com member Henry F. created an incredible Nexo Knights MOC last week. Nexo Recon Hub shows us a section of a Knight's Castle area which includes some robots and troops. Creation has some space blue and space orange colors in it. The whole design looks perfect with simple details. This castle is an extraordinary entry for the contest  named Flag of your kingdom in Classic-castle.com.

Eiffel Tower Model built with 16.000 Bricks!

https://www.flickr.com/photos/biplex/29208392151/

LEGO fan and flickr.com user the_jetboy shared this outstanding model of the iconic tower from Paris, the Eiffel Tower. The model was built in midi-scale and the shaping of the building is very accurate to the real structure. According to the info found here this model contains about 16.000 bricks and has an height of 150 cm (59 in). Check out the website for more photos and the story behind this beautiful creation.

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Ronin Titan from Titanfall II by Nick Brick

 

LEGO builder and flickr.com user Nick Brick who is known for his great Sci-fi creations and life-scale weapon models recently shared this outstanding robotic model from the PC game Titanfall II. The shaping resembles the original digital model very much. The cockpit could also be opened and reveal the pilot inside the mech.

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Overwatch Bastion in LEGO form


LEGO fan and flickr.com user Piggy brother shared this great robotic creation in his photo-stream. This robot is the character named Bastion from the famous multiplayer game Overwatch. The creator did really an amazing job overall and the LEGO version is very accurate to the original digital model.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Gate to Wisdom



LEGO Fan and flickr.com member Tim Schwalfenberg who is be our guest on this blog for several times, created an another awesome project named Wizard's Gate. This monochrome build have interesting wall technique with flawless rocky ground. I mostly liked the smooth pathway through the arched gate.

Huge Imperial Star Destroyer Model by Olive Seon

https://www.flickr.com/photos/72984233@N02/29095153421/

This amazing movie accurate and huge Imperial Star Destroyer from Star Wars was recently shared one of our guest of honors OliveSeon a.k.a. hobbyinside crew. The size of this creation is enormous. According to the description it is 2,2 m in length and weights about 50 kg. Almost all of the esterior is covered with details and tile pieces which makes it look like a movie prop. Also you may like to check out our capital space ship compilation page for more huge Star Wars ships.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Marbury Village by Mark of Falworth



One of my favorite MOC'er and flickr.com member Mark of Falworth created another neat creation which can inspire Medieval MOC'ers all around the world. Marbury Village includes 3 different Medieval Building with tiny details. I mostly liked the details of church and the graveyard.

Monday, August 22, 2016

Terrarian Confederation Scout Walker Iltis


After the previous WW2 walker we share another outstanding walker MOC. Terrarian Confederation Scout Walker Iltis was recently shared by the flickr.com account of The Brick Time blog and according to the description it was built by team member BoB. Previously we have shred many historical MOC's from the Brick Time Team. This time they showed us how good they are in Sci-fi themed MOC's. The walker reminds me the AT-ST walkers from Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. The color-scheme is perfect and I also like the pilot as well. 

WW2 Style Combat Walker


LEGO fan and flickr.com user SweStar recently shared this outstanding WW2 style combat walker in his photo-stream. The walker is amazingly detailed with small parts like bars, Technic pieces and minifigure utensil pieces. The use of mixture of dark and light bluish colored parts highlights the details nicely. The custom figure with camo armor from Utapau clone trooper fits the concept very well too.

Saturday, August 20, 2016

Diorama of The Battle of Trenton

https://www.flickr.com/photos/80813941@N08/28485659144

This amazing diorama depicting the Battle of Trenton (1776) was created as a collaborative build as part of HistoryLUG's larger America 1776 display for Brickfair Virginia. According to the description the terrain, fig posing and the dark red brick house are contributions of flickr.com user Gary Brooks a.k.a. Gary^The^Procrastinator who has shared the photos of the diorama; Ryan Keeth built that bluish gray colonial house in the middle, and the other two houses were built by Joshua Brooks. Charlie Nienaber was good enough to create some Hessians and his figs are coming forward in front of the house on the right. The diorama is really impressive with historically accurate building and custom figures.