Nexo Recon Hub by Henry F.

Normally I'm not a fan of new Nexo Knights theme but 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

Eiffel Tower Model built with 16.000 Bricks!

LEGO fan and 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.

Ronin Titan from Titanfall II by Nick Brick


LEGO builder and 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.

Overwatch Bastion in LEGO form

LEGO fan and 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.

Gate to Wisdom

LEGO Fan and 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

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.

Marbury Village by Mark of Falworth

One of my favorite MOC'er and 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.

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 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 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.

Diorama of The Battle of Trenton

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 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.

Amazingly realistic Peterbilt 379

This amazingly realistic brick-built scale model of a Peterbilt 379 was recently shared by expert model builder and user Bricksonwheels who is known for great scale models of vehicles. This MOC is perfectly shaped as the creators previous models. Chrome details made this creation even more impressive. Check out the photos of the original vehicle to see how realistic this MOC is.

Special Interview with Johan Alexanderson a.k.a. Legojalex

Today's  guest of honor is Johan Alexanderson a.k.a. Legojalex from Sweden who is known for his great cartoon related MOC's and incredible interior designs. He is also the creator of many LEGO Ideas projects incuding the his latest one, the Star Wars Bubbleheads. Photos from the work of our guest will be presented between the questions.

Kaplan: We already know you are one of the best LEGO MOC'ers in the world. What can you tell us about yourself other than that. What is your real name? What is your dayjob? Do you have any other hobbies or activities?

Johan: My name is Johan Alexanderson from Sweden. I'm educated as a computer engineer and have had a job as a web developer for many years. Though the last two years I have been working half time as a freelance illustrator and half time I've been working on a comic book for children that will be published during spring 2017. Now I write on my second comic book. Other hobbies I have are painting, Improvisational theater and playing pool. 

K: Do you remember the day when you got your first LEGO set? Which set was it? And How old were you when you started playing with LEGO bricks? 

J: One of my first LEGO set I think was 6629-1: Ambulance, but I don't remember the day I got it. I was probably around 4 years old.

Vermillion Castle by John and Isaac Snyder

One of our recent guest of honor John Snyder a.k.a. jsnyder002 recently shared this beautiful castle MOC in his photo-stream. According to the description this is a collaboration tugether with his brother Isaac for the YOMB display. The light tan - light bluish gray color combo turn out very well and the wall texturing is really beautiful. Small white sections are also interesting additions that make this castle unique. With the round white tower the castle has a oriental feel to it. The castle has a nice view from all angles. Check out this video shared by Beyond the Brick Youtube channel for more details.

Gundam Style Anakin and Obi-Wan by Kevin Ryhal

I'm pretty sure that you haven't seen Star Wars characters Anakin and Obi-Wan like this before. LEGO fan and user Kevin Ryhal a.k.a. MDSWIM shared these unusual gundam stye robots with a mesh-up according to the famous characters from Star Wars. The color-schemes are actually resembles the colors from the characters jedi starfighers. The body shaping of the mechas were done nicely and my favorite parts are absolutely the legs.

Thomas Paine's Printing Office by Ryan K

Lego Fan and member Ryan K. shared his latest MOC named Thomas Paine's Printing Office, 1776. He created his pretty MOC for BrickFair as a part of HistoryLug's 1776 collaborative. I liked the neat desgn of rooftop and irregular walls.

Special Interview with Yohei Yamamoto

This weeks guest of honor is talented MOC builder Yohei Yamamoto a.k.a. LEGO DOU Moko from Japan. He is known for his amazing mechas and Sci-fi creations as well as brick-built anime characters and transformers. He is also the builder of the largest Mecha MOC  on the internet named Evangelion. Photos from the work of our guest will be presented between the questions but you should check the builders flickr photo-stream for tons of amazing creations

Kaplan: We already know you are one of the best LEGO MOC'ers in the world. What can you tell us about yourself other than that. What is your real name? What is your dayjob? Do you have any other hobbies or activities?

Yohei: I work as exclusive builder at PlusL. My other hobbies include watching animated TV series and Hero TV shows

K: Do you remember the day when you got your first LEGO set? Which set was it? And How old were you when you started playing with LEGO bricks?

Y: During my childhood I got lot of  random LEGO sets from our neighbors. Many of them are Classic Town sets

Poor Unfortunate Souls by Jme Wheeler

LEGO fan and user Jme Wheeler a.k.a. Klikstyle recenty shared this colorful and beautiful vignette named "Poor Unfortunate Souls" that features the two famous disney characters Ursula and Ariel from the Disney Collectible Minifigure Series. According to the description this MOC was built as  one of five vignettes the builder did for Blocks magazine. I like the design of the floor built with rounded slope pieces making it look like a deep sea sand. The jelly-fish built using a transparent dark pink umbrella piece is also another beautiful highlight of the MOC in my opinion

Krennic's Stardestroyer from Star Wars: Rogue One by Paul Trach

One of our guest of honors, Paul Trach a.k.a. Disco86 recently shared this outstanding interior vignette featuring Krennic's Stardestroyer from the upoming Star Wars movie Rogue One. The the custom figure for Krennic and imperial death troopers were built very well but what I liked the most are the texturing on the walls and and the floor. The unique shape of the window in combination with perfect background lights is amazing as well

Huge LEGO Quidditch Harry Potter Scene

There are some MOC's that are so great and unforgettable even after years. LEGO fan and user Martin Harris together with his son have built such a MOC and shared beautiful photos from it. The design of the stadium with all colorful towers and the elliptic shape of the field this diorama resembles the version from the Quidditch game scene from the Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone  movie very much. Youtube channel Beyond the Brick shared a video from BrickFair Virginia 2016 featuring the builder and the MOC.
The match has been started already and players are on air!

NeverBeast, an Angry Ice Monster

LEGO fan and user d' Qiu Brick a.k.a. dennis qiu recently shared this ice monster named NeverBeast in his photo-stream. The color-scheme is great. Transparent pieces are used very well in combination with light royal blue and white opaque parts. The design of the head is really impressive too. The mouth with big teeth gives the beast a frightening look for sure. Check out the builders photo-stream for more monstrous figures.

NEWS: 10254 Winter Holiday Train revealed

Every year LEGO releases an iconic Christmas set which generally includes Santa in every set. this year we're going to have a brand new 10254 Winter Holiday Train set without any Santa minifigure. New seasonal set includes 734 pieces and 5 minifigures with price tag of US $99.99 / EU 89.99€. 10254 will be available in September 15 to VIPs and October 1 for everyone.

10254 Winter Holiday Train

Ages 12+. 734 pieces.
US $99.99 – CA $129.99 – DE 89.99€ – UK £69.99 – DK 799.00 DKK
*Euro pricing varies by country. Please visit for regional pricing.

Climb aboard the magical Winter Holiday Train!

Gather the family for some festive LEGO® building fun with this charming model featuring a full circle of track, boarding platform with bench and lamppost, a Power Functions upgradable train engine with brick-built smoke bellowing from its stack, coal tender, flatbed wagon with a rotating holiday tree, toys and gifts, and a red caboose with a detailed interior and table. The train engine also features large and small red-colored locomotive wheels and the train is decorated with green wreathes, string lights and white tree elements. This LEGO® Creator Expert set includes 5 minifigures.
• Includes 5 minifigures: a locomotive driver, ticket collector, grandmother, boy and a girl.
• The Winter Holiday Train includes 16 curved pieces of track, engine, coal tender, flatbed wagon with holiday tree, toys and gifts, caboose, boarding platform, bench and a lamppost.
• Decorate the tree and drive the train to see the tree rotate.
• Join the ticket collector in the cozy caboose for a delicious cup of cocoa.
• Includes dual building instructions for a perfect family build.
• Accessory elements include green wreathes, decorative lights and white tree pieces, plus wrapped gift elements and tiny brick-built toys, including a micro train, wind-up car, fire truck, remote controlled robot, sailboat and a spaceship.
• Upgrade with LEGO® Power Functions (not included) for a motorized engine.
• Special elements include small and large red train wheels, dark tan windows, train buffers, cow catcher, white tree elements and roller skates.
• This set includes over 700 LEGO® pieces, including 16 curved tracks.
• The Holiday Train in total measures over 4” (12cm) high, 20” (52cm) long and 2” (7cm) wide.
• Curved rail track diameter measures over 27” (70cm).

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Life in Nordheim Looks Beautiful

One of our guest of honorjsnyder002 shared this beautiful historcial fantasy diorama named "Life in Nordheim" in his photo-stream. The diorama is huge and full with details like a wooden boat under construction, nicely designed houses, a part of a stone wall with great texture and a mountain with a interior. I also like the addition of classic green dragons into the diorama very much.

Piece of Art by Lukasz Wiktorowicz

LEGO Fan and member Lukasz Wiktorowicz shared his latest thrilling MOC which was inspired by Zdzislaw Beksinski's painting named The Edge. Lukasz created a domed tower with wide arched surroundings. It is hard to explain what it is but in first look you understand that combination of LEGO pieces acts like an art.  

Mining Guild Tie Fighter by Inthert

LEGO fan and user Inthert who is known for nice Star Wars ship MOC's recently shared this rare version of Tie Fighter in his photo stream. Yellow colored Tie Fighters which are owned by the Mining Guild  first appered in the second season of the Star Wars: Clone wars in the episode "The Call".  The design of the ship was looking clean and complete will all details including the yellow-black stripes in the middle of the panels. 

Brickhills Avenue by Andrew Tate

LEGO fan and user Andrew Tate a.k.a. Snaillad who is known for great town/city building MOC shared this beautiful MOC: BrickHills Avenue in his photo-stream. The exterior of the building has a nice smooth texture which reflects the architectural beauty of 1940's as intended. I especially like the interior of the buildings with lots of details including white appliances, bags, clothing etc. The builder was previously blogged here with the MOC's "Riviera" and "Top Slice". Be sure to check them out too if you haven't already.

News: Photos for Star Wars: Rogue One sets are officially released!

Official photos for the new Star Wars sets are finally here! Star Wars movie: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story will be on cinemas on 14 December 2016.  The minifigures are looking great as well as the design of the vehicles. You can click on the photos to enlarge.

75152 Imperial Assault Hovertank
385 pieces, Price: £34.99 / $29.99 / 39.99€

Wedding Venue in a Historical Plantation House

LEGO fan and user SEBASTIAN-Z shared this beautiful plantation house MOC in his photo-stream. Both the exterior and the interior of the house was designed nicely and historically accurate. The interior is actually amazing with furniture and many small details. My favorite room is the dining room with that fabulous chandelier built with a golden wheel piece and clear pieces underneath.

LegoStyle Swimmer by Dirk VH

LEGO Artist and user Dirk VH a.k.a. dm_meister who is known for incredible and huge LEGO sculptures like Super Mario Characters shared this swimmer sculpture recently in his photo-stream. According to the description this model was inspired by the summer Olympics in Rio 2016 and contains around 1000 bricks and plates. This model is very unique in my opinion because the main section of the structure was built at an 45 degrees angle which makes it look realistic and alive. Making the water with 2x1 plate pieces was maybe not be the best choice but it does the job.

Ammonoidea Fictum by Leonid An

It is a challenge to build organic structure with LEGO bricks since most of hte LEGO pieces are blocky. Some talented builders manage to create wonderful creations using different building techniques and great part usage. One example for such a nice MOC is this prehistoric sea animal model, Ammonoidea Fictum built by user Leonid An. The tentacles and the eyes are done greatly bu the shell of the creature is the highlight of the MOC.

Maison d'Assurancetourix by alego alego

LEGO Fan and member alego alego shared this impressive MOC which contains a tree house with different techniques. Maison d'Assurancetourix has a tree house with a different roff technique which was builded with banana pieces. I liked alego's way to use Technic pieces for house walls.

Unusual Mecha with Two Pilots

This unusual mech with two cockpits was built and shared by user tankm. The shaping of the mecha is looking like a chicken mech with those thin legs and two-fingered feet. I like the yellow-black color-scheme very much because it reminds me the first Blacktron theme. The back-section of the mecha is also covered with many details including thrusters.

Microscale North Magnificent Mile by Rocco Buttliere
There has been a while since we share a micro-scale creation. This one is absolutely one of the best examples of the scale. LEGO fan and user Rocco Buttliere shared this MOC presenting microscale version of North Magnificent Mile district from Chicago. The general look of this creation resembles the official Architecture line of course. Although I'm personally not a big fan of the line I really like MOC's like this one. Building micro-scale skyskrappers requires efficient use of parts to create the details of structures and textures and Rocco did the job very well.

X-Plane by Sylon-tw

LEGO fan and user Sylon-tw recently shared this outstanding futuristic plane in his photo-stream. The shaping of this thing resembles a little bit to the X-wing from the Star Wars universe but there is a obvious difference on the curvature and the connection of the wing. I like the overall look and colors on this vehicle. The section I like the most are the air intakes on the sides of the plane. Parts, decorated with official LEGO stickers were also used properly around the MOC.

Who miss the winter?

LEGO Fan and member monstrophonic shared his latest MOC about a steam powered train in 1932 showed us a perfect snow splash! There is no need to say snow splash effect is the best thing in that MOC. Building technique of the station's roof is also awesome. Because of all these aspects, Snowspeeder 1932 is deserved to blogged.

The Market Gate by Bricktease

LEGO Fan and user Bricktease shared this very detailed medieval MOC which contains two different medieval buildings and part of a gate of a castle. The king and queen left the castle to explore the town with their guards. One of the building which seems like a tavern has a great roof with 1x1 round brick technique. The other building is likely to Mediterranean building with tan and yellow color scheme. The Market Gate is absolutely perfect where you can find many details with a closer look.

A Secret Weapon from Historical Fantasy

Talented MOC builder from Germany, markus19840420 shared recently this vignette with unusual medieval age weapon MOC, a huge balista in his photo-stream. This MOC was built as a free built for the medieval fantasy RPG "Die Neun Reiche" in Imperium der Steine Forums. Actually I wonder a little bit who could draw a bow this size because the drawing mechanism stand in a position much higher than a minifigure can reach. My best guess will be a giant or troll could be able use this huge weapon.

Dai Pai Dong - Hong Kong Traditional Open Food Stall by CK Tsang

LEGO fan and user CK Tsang a.k.a. chiukeung who was recently blogged here with another great MOC: Japanese Hina Dolls, shared this impressive Dai Pai Dong MOC in his photo-stream. The build is in LEGOLAND scale where the figures are significantly larger than the minifigures meaning this creation is really huge. The architecture of the buildings is outstanding and the food kiosks were built very realistically as well.

Special Interview with Jonas Kleinalstede a.k.a. Brick Vader

This weeks guest of honor is Jonas Kleinalstede a.k.a. Brick Vader from Germany. He is known for his great vignettes in mostly historical themes. His creations are full of great building techniques and incredible mini-figure usage together with purist customizing. The texturing and details in his creations are also outstanding as well. Photos from the work of our guest will be presented between the questions.

Kaplan: We already know you are one of the best LEGO MOC'ers in the world. What can you tell us about yourself other than that. What is your real name? What is your dayjob? Do you have any other hobbies or activities?

Jonas: My Name is Jonas and i’m from a small town from Germany. I’m 18 years old, and up until a few months ago I was a student, but I graduated in June. I’m currently working at McDonalds till September when I will go to New Zealand for six months. I also did some little videography gigs in the last couple of months. I'm pretty much interested in most forms of art, from film-making and music to fashion. I also force myself to read sometimes and do some sports.

K: Do you remember the day when you got your first LEGO set? Which set was it? And How old were you when you started playing with LEGO bricks?

J: I don’t know, how old I was, but I think it was a holiday day and my sister and I where bored, so my mother took us to the local toyshop and bought the first
„Real“ Lego set, before that I only had DUPLO. It was one of those buckets with a bunch of bricks and those weird Jack Stone Type Minifigures.

Alternative Modular Cinema Building

LEGO Fan and member Kloou. shared his latest MOC for Modular Building category yesterday. Le cinéma Vox de Strasbourg is a perfect replica of original building in Strasbourg. It is also great addition to our custom Mocular Buildings and it absolutely can compete with Palace Cinema!