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 12, 2014
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.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Check out the newest creation of the LEGO Castle master builder Luke Watkins Huthinson a.k.a. Derfel Cadarn. This amazingly detailed and beautifully but extraordinary modeled house MOC is called Hexvale Cattage. Even the terrain in this little diorama is very interesting built using with modern colors. Using dark brown droid arm pieces to build climber plants is really an impressive idea.
Different fades of green and brown gives the diorama a realistic and dark look. Flesh colored figures fits the creation very well.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
This amazing 1966 Batmobile MOC has been created by Flickr member and LEGO Fan Alex Jones a.k.a. Orion Pax. The shaping and the proportions of the vehicle are really fantastic and matches the original batmobile very well. Custom rims and decals on the sides are nice customization details. Robin figure from the new LEGO Juniors Set fits with the car very well. He didn't used the batman figure from that set though. He used a custom torso printing instead of an official one and dark blue helmet for Batman
Saturday, September 20, 2014
Pate Keetongu shared this cute creation via flickr. It is built for Dress my Exo-Suit Contest on Eurobricks. I really liked flamethrower although, it is a bit long I guess. Hammer looks also awesome and boosts the dwarven feeling. I wish good luck to Pate Keetongu on the contest, if he wins it will be a well deserved one.
Monday, August 18, 2014
Japanese artist and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi made everybody’s childhood dreams come true – he has created edible chocolate LEGOs. The bricks, which are made of white, milk, dark and pink chocolate, are totally functional.
The bricks are looking very precise. They even have the LEGO brand name on top of the studs like real LEGO bricks.
The artist has even built a series of chocolate LEGO figures (teddy bears?) using these bricks.
Sunday, August 3, 2014
This amazingly realistic Corvette C3 Stingray is built by LEGO Technic fan and Eurobricks.com member Madoca 1977. This master piece is also fully functional with motors and lights. Check out the video of the car for more here. Additionally the creator also shared the instructions and more pictures of the car in Google+ gallery.
This huge space factory is built by LEGO fan and Flickr member Blake Foster who is a master sci-fi builder also known for the amazing space ships like "The Manticore" and "The Paladin". According to the creator this amazing sci-fi building is built over 2 years and took an estimated 3,000 hours to create with 100,000 pieces. The base is 40 x 60 inches, or 128 x 192 studs. It has a full interior with command center, hangers and much more. This MOC is probably the most detailed LEGO sci-fi building ever created.
The top of the building is amazingly detailed with dishes, utensils, antennas and many more detail pieces
Monday, July 14, 2014
These realistic guitars are built by LEGO fan and Flickr member Chris Rozek a.k.a. ChrisR18t. According to the builder the guitars from left to right: Rickenbacker 4001 Bass Left Hand; Gibson EB-0 Bass and Gibson Flying V. As you see the shaping and the size of the guitars are amazingly accurate.