Pinball LEGO Star Wars

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Flicker member and LEGO Fan Jimmy aka 6kyubi6 has built an incredible working pinball with LEGO parts. He used iconic pieces and minifigures from the Star Wars licensed sets for the pinball. There is also mini diorama of the Jabba's Palace placed under a transparent panel in the middle of the board which is really creative. This will be probably one of the unforgettable creations of the 2014. Check out the video of the pinball here.

Battlesuit for Dragons

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There are hundreds of battlesuits and mechas are built for the regular minifigures each year. Flickr member Lu Sim a.k.a Messymaru has built one for the dragons. I like creations designed for other LEGO "species". With this creation the dragons will be a part of the LEGO space. He used red as the main color and transparent neon green for the details which fits the black dragon very well. (I personally like these colors since I am an M-Tron fan.) He became really successful creating an organic shape combining modified plates, hinges and slopes together with bionicle pieces.

Battle of Endor with 71.000 pieces Super Star Destroyer

 http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=401256 

We don't usually post about digital designs in this blog unless they are realy awesome. This time an awesome creation is from Eurobricks member Fox Hound. He created a microscale super star destroyer from Star Wars in LDD + LDRAW. He used 71.000 pieces to complete the ship. Additionally he also built other ships featured in the Battle of Endor (from the movie: Star Wars Episode VI). The battle looks really amazing. Here is the Brickshelf gallery link for more high resolution pictures from the ship.

Giant Steampunk Spider Walker from Wild West


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Flickr member Imagine Rigney has shared his latest creation, the giant steampunk tarantula from the movie Wild Wild West (1999). The tarantula has many amazing details in high acuracy with the vechicle from the movie. I especially will how the legs are done. THe flexible bars and brown wheels really fits the walker. He even didnt forget he pneumatic pistons on the legs. The steam engine is also very detailed featuring tanks, valves, measuring devices and stack.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/imaginebrickzone/11898845903/
Additionally he also built minifigures for Dr. Arless Loveless and the crew. The weel-chair of Loveless is also built acurately.

 
The tarantula in Wild Wild West (1999)


Tequilatron - Unofficial Classic Space Faction


http://mocpages.com/moc.php/377582

There is an ongoing LEGO contest in MOCpages named The Classic Space Pocket Money Contest II (closing date is Saturday 11 January). Pico van Grootveld (Brix 'n space) has shared his unique creation for this contest. His creation belongs to a space faction called Tequilatron. This theme colors are lime and white, which are most appropriate for lime and salt (Tequila!). 

http://mocpages.com/moc.php/377582

I like the way he build the drill with antenna legs with antennas and minifig utensil (dedector) pieces. The drill is a tripod with a laser beam. Generally, the creation has a real classic space look. He built the customized minifig with recolored futuron torso print. The helmet and airtanks are also lime colored. 

http://mocpages.com/moc.php/377582

He created custom set package images that look really aouthentic featuring the Legoland and LEGO brand logos. There are also two alternate builds for this custom set. One is a walker and the other one is a small space shuttle. Check out the part list and the creative Tequilatron logo.
 

A Sunny Day in Sandy Lego


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Flickr member monsterbrick has shared his latest creation "Sandy Lego", an amazing microbuild. This in unlike any other microbuilds I have seen before. He succesfully created a scene with peace and harmony. His techniques are also most unusual. His ships are made of epaulettes, the sun and trees is made of headgears. The waterfall and the farm are created only using plates. I'm pretty sure that I have never seen a rainbow like this one in a MOC before.

Da Simpsooooooooooons!!!

It is definitely a must buy. It has a huge piece count too. You have 3 options with this one, love it buy it and display it; second one hate it buy it sell it when it retires for a huge profit; last one is hate it or rate it just buy it and use the parts (3rd option is highly dependent on price of this set but I assume that it won't be extremely expensive ( I have strong feeling that it will be at least cheaper than Tower of Orthanc) It has many  cheap pieces, and there are not many special molds if we don't count the ugly heads. I will try to get two; one for me and one for investment.



Motorized Ferrari Enzo

 
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Everybody likes Ferrari cars. Enzo is one of the most iconic model from Ferrari. Famaous builder Sariel from Poland who is mastered on vehicle designs built a higly detailed and realistic model of the legend car model.
The functions of this car included full independent suspension, rear wheel drive via a manual 4-speed gearbox and a V12 piston engine which was motorized in a realistic way. For more info about this beautiful creation visit his site.

Happy New Year! - MOC Compliations

2013 was surely one of the best years according to the diversity, quantity and quality of the LEGO creations shared online. Some of our best builders gather their 2013 creations in compliation photos so if you don't want to miss any great creation from 2013 chheck out these.