Next LEGO Ideas Set revealed!


Today LEGO announced the next Ideas set which was builded by Maia Weinstock is Women of NASA! On the other hand LEGO Reciew Team is still considering Voltron – Defenders of the Universe set now. Maybe we can see two different Ideas set in late of 2017.

Gothic Cathedral by O Wingård


LEGO Fan and flickr.com member O Wingård build a typical Gothic Cathedral that was inspired by Notre Dame in Paris, Kölner Dom in Cologne and Uppsala Cathedral. First I saw this creation, I remembered my days in my Paris trip because it is very similar to Notre Dame Cathedral. Creator build this Gothic Cathedral for Swebrick's contest Master Builder of the Year contest. Textures are brillant and you can find so many techniques in this MOC.

Realistic Lamborghini Centenario by Ryan Link


LEGO fan and flickr.com user Ryan Link a.k.a. rjl458 who is known for his great vehicle MOC's recently shared this impressive brick-built model of Lamborghini Centenario. The shaping of the vehicle is amazing as the builders previous models. The yellow trimlines are very much accurate to the original vehicle. I would rather like to see this model in a darker shade of gray but other than that this MOC is really amazing. The engine could be taken out to reveal its details and the lambo-doors can be opened upwards. 

Hunters'man Inn by Robert Maier


LEGO Fan and flickr.com member Robert Maier created a perfectly textured MOC named Huntersmann Inn with well-known techniques. His color scheme is simple but effective. I mostly liked the rocky pathway to bacdoor entrance of the building. 

The Last Guild by K.Kreations


LEGO Fan and flickr.com member K.Kreations shared his very old MOC The Last Guild with us today. He builded this MOC in 2015 for Brickslopes 2015 and never shared before. One huge house sitting on a well-built rock island. K.Kreations mixed castle and steampunk themes in one creation.

News: Photo for LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 17 revealed at Toy Fair


LEGO has recently revealed the box of the upcoming Collectible Minifigures Series 17 in the their preview event in New York Toy Fair. This high-quality photo and names was shared by the Brick-Show. According to them possible names of the mini-figures are: 

Top row from left to right: Surfer Boy, Gourmet Chef, Hot Dog Vendor, Elf Maiden, Circus Strongman, Yuppie, Veterinerian, and (possibly) Highwayman. Bottom row from left to right: Connoisseur, Butterfly Girl, Roman Gladiator, Corn Cob Guy, Retro Space Hero, Dance Instructor, Battle Dwarf and Rocket boy. 

The Brick Fan has released a feel guide for finding the figures you want in blind bags. In my opinion this series contains very nice figures and also below average figures at the same time. There are many new accessories, recolored pieces and animals that will make the LEGO fans very happy. The rocket boy and the corn cob guy will be possibly the most favorites among the fans because of their body-wear accessories. French bulldog that will come out together with Connoisseur will be nice addition to LEGO's dog species list.

Amazing Admiral Ackbar Bust by Eero Okkonen


This amazing and movie accurate bust MOC of Admiral Ackbar from Star Wars Episode 6: Return of the Jedi (1983) movie was recently shared by talented LEGO builder and our latest guest of honor Eero Okkonen a.k.a. Pate-keetongu who is best known for his big-scale character creations. The detailing on face is very impressive on this one. The mouth and jowl are built incredibly but my favourite section is the eyes. Don't forget to check out guest of honor page where you will find our special interview with Eero Okkonen.

Robo-Guardian is back and it is bigger than ever!


LEGO fan and flick.com user spaceruner shared this huge robot-shaped mobile-base MOC, namely RX1 Behemoth, in his photo-stream. Any old-enough LEGO fan instantly recognize the shape of the iconic 6949-1: Robo-Guardian from Space sub- theme Spyrius. The proportions and the colors match the original set very much but it is very much bigger in size. from the creativity standpoint the MOC is very impressive as well. The robot has a fully decorated interior.

Island of Catan by Simon NH


LEGO Fan and flickr.com member Simon NH created a MOC that is full of different texturing techniques and well-designed brick built water effect. Two islands which have two different buildings on it has connected with a small wooden bridge. The Church has a roof with well known yellow hand piece technique. Color selection of wall section for church is impressive. The house which has roof room section that is builded by boat pieces has stunning ruined stone wall technique. Just like every piece in this building try to make this building impressive. I also liked the small wave effect near to the harbor. Island of Catan is a masterpiece!

Eddie Rickenbacker's Spad S.XIII by Daniel Siskind

This awesome world war I fighter planet model, namely Eddie Rickenbacker's Spad S.XIII was recently shared by flickr.com user Daniel Siskind, who is also the owner of Brickmania (where tons of different custom creation including this one are for sale). The shaping and coloring of the vehicle is awesome and historically accurate for a minifigure-scale LEGO creation. The decals/stickers are also very nice. The builder also shared a beautiful air-battle action photo scene in his photo-stream where this plane attacks a German Fokker Dr.1 from behind and bricks fall of the damaged plane.

News: 71042 The Silent Mary revealed in Toy Fair


New York Toy Fair started today and new sets are revealed now. First set that we didn't know any information about is upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean set 71042 The Silent Mary. Set contains approximately 2200 pieces. It will have $199,99 price label and will be release on 1st of April.

Beautiful Windmil by soccersnyderi


LEGO Fan and Flickr.com member soccersnyderi shared his latest MOC named Holt Windmill in his own photostream. MOC includes a well built windmill with very neat wall texturing and very near color at roof sections that makes creation awesome. His ground and rock design is realistic with right plant and color choices. 

The Flower Garden by Chris Maddison


Nowadays, Iron Builder Challange shows us good usage of new Pentagonal piece. The contestant, Chris Maddison created a beautiful scenery that use this piece to create a fence for his garden. His MOC, The Flower Garden, is very neat and colorful with different scenery pieces.

Beautiful Modular Buildings by Łukasz Libuszewski

These beautiful and colorful modular buildings were built and recently shared as a group-shot by LEGO fan and flickr.com user Łukasz Libuszewski a.k.a. looooookl in his photo-stream. The texturing and and color choices are great. I especially like the use of bright light yellow ("Chima yellow") in a city-building creation. Each bulding has a fully decorated interior too, so be sure to check out the builders photo-stream for more photos.

Movie-accurate Zeta-class Imperial Cargo Shuttle

LEGO fan and flickr.com user Renegade Clone who is known for his great Star Wars MOC's built this awesome cargo shuttle space vehicle, Zeta-class Imperial Cargo Shuttle from the movie Rogue One, a Star Wars Story (2016). The shaping, coloring and details are very accurate to the original vehicle from the Star Wars universe. I especially liked the angled hull of the cockpit section and the wings which are built with Technic liftarms and I assume they are quite strong. 

Aleginator Class Battlecruiser by Martin Latta


This great battlecruiser MOC was recently shared by LEGO fan and flick.com user Martin Latta a.k.a. thire5, who is known for his great Star Wars and sci-fi creations and was blogged here before with his great Battle of Hoth diorama. Although it is not common use, white-orange color combination looks beautiful on this ship. I always like micro-scale spaceships with nice hull-shape and details and this one is a great example. The hangar entrance on top of the cruiser is my favourite part on this MOC. 

Realistic Graphic Card by Cecilie Fritzvold


LEGO fan and flickr.com member Cecilie Fritzvold has recently shared his impressive MOC for Iron Builder Challange with using new Tile, modified 2x3 Pentagonal pieces. She created a graphic card named IronB BuildForce ABS0937 that shows everything in LEGO form, I guess.

Realistic Fire Truck, FDNY Engine 54

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This realistic minifigure-scale fire truck MOC was recently shared by flickr.com user sponki25 in his photo-stream. According to the description this MOC is named after FDNY Engine 54 and dedicated to the fallen on 9/11/01. The detailing on the vehicle is very impressive as well as decals around the MOC that are accurate to the real vehicle.  The builder also shared other iconic vehicles of New York City before, so don't forget to check out his photo-stream.

Don't feed the monkey


LEGO Fan and flickr.com member alego alego created a MOC named Maison d'Ordralfabétix which has a huge pile of banana parts in it. alego tile his creation's roof with banana pieces. Not only banana roof technique is brillant but also his different wall technique with gray reversed tile pieces is successful. Banana roof really seems it builded by hays.

Special Interview with Eero Okkonen a.k.a. Pate-keetongu


This weeks guest of honor is Eero Okkonen a.k.a. Pate-keetongu from Finland. He is well known for his amazing large figures and steampunk creations. He also shared many impressive purist custom mini-figures 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?

Eero: I am Eero Okkonen. I write about my LEGO hobby on my blog Cyclopic Bricks. I’m from Joensuu, Eastern Finland, and I’m currently studying architecture on Tampere University of Technology (TUT). It’s my first year there, and it’s very interesting. I’m planning to graduate as an architect in 2021. My other hobbies include art in general (drawing, oil and watercolour, general tinkering – though my studies include most of them), music (I can’t play anything, but I listen to lot of it and buy records regularly), board games, reading, cycling, hiking… And naturally hanging with friends doing nothing particularly but doesn’t everybody do that. 


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?

E: No. I played with DUPLO before actual bricks (or pikku-leegot as they are called in Finland, sometimes), and I had plenty of my father’s old bricks from 70’s. But I remember some of my earliest set and these include quite good-looking 6335 Indy Transport (which was released only a year after I was born) and not-so-good 6474 4-wheeled front shovel. I’ve been around 4 or 5 years old back then.

Amazing and Huge Spaceship, Nautilus


Some MOC's looks so great that you could think that it is not made of bricks. Nautilus is one of those MOC's LEGO fan and flickr.com user Alexander Safarik a.k.a. Malydilnar recently shared this amazing and huge spaceship in his photo-stream. The shaping of the ship, especially the engine  and the bridge sections are amazing.  The angles on the outer shell and the numerous details around the ship makes the creation really exceptional. The builder have built other impressive ships before but Nautilus is the largest one with a length of 220 studs. You can check out this photo to understand how large this ship truly is.

Valahadrian, An Elven Fortress by Tirrell Brown

LEGO fan and flickr.com user Tirrell Brown a.k.a. Blufiji recently shared this amazing historical fantasy creation in his photo-stream. According to the description this MOC was built for the Guilds of Historica in Eurobricks forums. The shaping of the fortress and the colors are very unique. I especially like the usage of tan colored animal tail pieces around the main structure and the wall. The vegetation around the main building is also built beautifully. 

Official Product Image of 21310 Old Fishing Store revealed


Next LEGO Ideas set which was approved officially in October 2016, have a baseplate as shown in leaked image. Reddit member CM4Sci found this official set box image and share in reddit that we can see every detail of the set. 21310 LEGO Ideas The Old Fishing Store will have several minifigures, a tan baseplate and so many green tiles to cover the building.

More BrickHeadz will be coming soon


New Pirates of the Caribbean movie will be release in this year, The LEGO Group working hard to offer us more licensed sets about upcoming film. BrickHeadz sets of 41593 Jack Sparrow (Number 99 & 41594 Captain Salazar (Number 10) discovered online.

Hogwarts Express by Stephan Niehoff


This beautiful Hogwarts Express Train model from the famous Movie Series Harry Potter was recently shared by LEGO fan and flick.com user Stephan Niehoff a.k.a. stephann001 who is known for his Blacktron II project that contains great MOC's that we have shared in this blog. The shaping of the locomotive is really great and the golden details added done beautifully. The train is in minifigure scale so it is possible to put minifigures in passenger cars.

Majisto`s Workshop revamped by noggy85


LEGO Fan and flickr.com member noggy85 who is contestant of The Tourney contest. Noggy carry from past to now, our one of childhood play set 6048 - Majisto`s Workshop. New version of Majisto's Workshop was outfitted with new building techniques but significant symbols were remained same. You can clearly see blue window shutters, the tree and the roof with black lines. I liked the way that noggy wants to did with this old set. Good luck at contest.

LEGO Unveils the first trailer for LEGO NINJAGO Movie


LEGO revealed the first trailer for next LEGO Movie. Trailer includes so many potential sets. The LEGO NINJAGO Movie will be very near to LEGO Batman Movie's fun and causticity.


Minifigure Scale UCS Style U-Wing by Mirko Soppelsa

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This amazingly movie-accurate UCS-style minifigure-scale U-Wing model was recently shared by flickr.com user Mirko Soppelsa. This is absolutely the best version among the U-Wing MOC's so far. The details and the texture of the vehicle is really impressive. The shaping and coloring are also very accurate to the original model seen in the movie Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016). I especially liked the engines which were built with various cylinderical pieces and nice techniques were used to combine them.

The Canadian Coast Guard Ship on duty


LEGO Fan and flickr.com member Adam Dodge shared his latest MOC that contains a Canadian icebreaker ship. These type of ships have to maintaining shipping routes and escorting commercial ships which try to enter or exit harbor. Adam create ship with known techniques but his ice effect is impressive. He used clear transparent doors, window glasses, cheese slopes to create this brillant ice detail in hic MOC.

Special Interview with Tyler Clites a.k.a. legohaulic


Today we have a very special guest from USA. He is considered by many LEGO fans as the best of the best MOC'ers in the world. Tyler Clites a.k.a. legohaulic has already done and continues to impress us with his amazing creations from a wide variety of themes and scales. He is good in building almost anything. He has so many great and inspiring creations that we can not fit all of them in this post so be sure to check out his photo-streamPhotos from the work of our guest will be presented between the questions.

Kaplan: 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 full name? What is your dayjob? Do you have any other hobbies or activities?

Tyler: My name is Tyler Clites. I am self employed. I love art, film, photography, theatre... pretty much any creative outlet. 


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?

T: I remember having Duplo as a kid, but one day my mom brought home a value pack of small System sets when I was two. I remember being fascinated by the tiny bricks. And so the addiction began. 

The Cat's Claws by W. Navarre


LEGO Fan and flickr.com member W. Navarre shared his latest MOC for contest entry to The Tourney on MOCpages. Navarre revamped an old Castle set 7029 Skeleton Ship Attack. He perfectly recreate the famous Pirate ship which attacks to Harbor. Brickbuilt buildings in the harbor are more detailed and colorful than the old set but the ship is quite different and impressive. I really like and admire the brick built ships which contains no huge hull elements. Navarre is very talented to create such a perfect black ship.

Incredible Stone Tower Bridge (6089) Revamp by jaapxaap


I always sort of liked revamps of old LEGO sets built with modern techniques. If they are built nicely they have the nostalgia and the aesthetic look at the same time. LEGO fan and flickr.com user jaapxaap did a really great job on his latest work, a revamp of the Stone Tower Bridge (6089) castle set. According to the description this MOC was built for The Tourney 2017 in MOCpages. The color-combination and the texturing of the structures was done nicely. I also liked how the roofs were built using small connector tube pieces. The original version had very large slope pieces to form the cliff but the jaapxaap was able to do it building a wall with an angle and that also look interesting. Using Shredders helmet and shoulder spikes to form purist custom figures and using nexo power tile  (Ice dragon power tile was used. Maybe another tile with red color would fit better.) as a symbol on the gate are other interesting ideas used in this MOC.

Iron Builder challange started again!


We love flickr's challange groups cause they shows us many different ways to use a piece. Iron Builder Challange is very famous contest which creates showdown of two creative MOCer. This time Cecilie Fritzvold and Chris Maddison do their bests to win the challange. Cecilie recently build a table alarm clock with using Tile, modified 2x3 Pentagonal piece. No time for sleep! is gives us inspiration about the new pentagonal piece.

Can you see the wing on the House of Culture?

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This awesome city building MOC was recently shared by LEGO fan and flickr.com user O0ger. According to the description this creation was built for a Swebrick Contest. I especially like how the huge wing plate piece is used as the main part of the roof. The diagonal edge of the wing piece gives the roof a unusual and modern look. Large-size chess on the floor is another great idea that takes the MOC to another level. The builder decorated the build with a nice selection of minifigures and plants as well.

Star Fighter with great shaping by Sinan Bitisik

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LEGO fan and flickr.com user Sinan Bitişik who is known for his sci-fi vehicle models and vignettes shared this nicely shaped starfighter, QX-ULTRA 0.2. In the description the builder defined this vehicle as a middle range fighter. I think this fighter resembles to the Viper from the Battlestar Galactica. The clean look of the yellow sections together with gribbles on the gray sections looks great. Small mechanical details like hoses and landing gear make the creation even more interesting.

Colorful Dream Batcave by Alanboar Cheung

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LEGO fan and flickr.com user Alanboar Cheung a.k.a. alanboar who is known for his great dioramas like Ocean Park Hong Kong, Culture of Japan - Kyoto Kiyomizu and many others recently shared this awesome and colorful creation in his photo-stream. According to the description this diorama represents the dream of child (in batsuit) playing with his batman toys together with his mother (in catwoman-suit).

Special Interview with Dennis Qiu a.k.a. d' Qiu Brick


Today we have a very talented guest of honor, Dennis Qiu a.k.a d' Qiu Brick from Indonesia who is especially known for his sci-fi and monster MOC's. He has built som any great MOC's that we can not fit all the photos in this interview post. So be sure to check out his flickr.com photo-stream for many more great creations. 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?

Dennis: I am so honored with your words, but I still have much to learn more from other MOC'ers. I am 32 years old and live in Karawang-jawa Barat Indonesia. I am selling construction material for buildings for living. When I'm done with my work, I usually spend my spare time playing with my children Reagan and Kaylean. Beside these, I also do sports like cycling and playing futsal.


Classic Space Style Mega Core Magnetizer, M.C.V.P LL 928 by ZCerberus

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Classic space is one of my favourite themes and the Mega Core Magnetizer (6989) is one of my all time favourite sets. Flickr.com user and Eurobricks member ZCerberus combined these two and created a beautiful space vehicle MOC. I really liked the greebles all around the vehicle as well as the smoothness of the blue trim sections. Using old magnet pieces added the MOC a little bit of nostalgia which is great. The huge transparent yellow canopy piece looks great giving the vehicle an absolutely classic space look while being a highly sought-after (also really expensive in the second-hand market) piece. You can check out the builders Eurobricks forum topic for more details and photos of the MOC.

LEGO Trojan Horse by Ryan


LEGO Fan and LEGO Certified Professional Ryan McNaught (aka brickman) created a MOC named Trojan Horse which has a huge horse model looking like LEGO's very own old molded horse. Ryan is a well-talented Professional builder who is not a employee of The LEGO Group but officially recognized by the LEGO Group as trusted business partner. This huge Troy diaroma took 53 hours to finish by using approximately 9500 pieces. MOC is not teach us so many new techniques but it is looking very impressive and fully detailed.

Realistic Heavy Equipment with PF by Beat Felber


These super-realistic heavy equipment was recently shared by LEGO fan and flickr.com user Beat Felber a.k.a. Engineering with ABS who is known for impressive LEGO scale model vehicles. The heavy truck on the left is Euclid R-170, a 170 ton mining truck. According to the description the truck is in 1:28.5 scale and has four different functions. The vehicle on the right is Marathon LeTourneau L-1200 LeTro-Loader, a diesel-electric wheel loader. Again it is in 1:28.5 scale matching the truck and it has six power functions. I really like the shaping of the vehicle they look very accurate to the real ones. Especially the truck looks almost exactly the real one. Combining PF with realistic system designs is always a very hard and Beat Felber accomplished an impressive work ones again. Don't forget to check out the builders photo-stream for many more amazing brick-built scale models.