Minas Tirith by Swan Dutchman


This wonderful micro-scale Minas-Tirith MOC was recently shared by flickr.com user and LEGO MOC'er Swan Dutchman a.k.a. Koen in his photo-stream. As many of you know already, this fantasy city is based on the famous book and movie series named Lord of the Rings, The round shaping of the structure is really impressive. The texture of the farm-lands and the mountain are also beautiful. Also we suggest you to check out the the MOC of Sauron's stronghold Barad-dûr, another amazing MOC that was shared by the builder before Minas Tirith.


Arale & Gatchan from Dr. Slump in LEGO form


LEGO fan and flickr.com user LEGO 7 recently shared this colorful and funny little MOC in his photo-stream. This MOC includes Arale Norimaki and Gatchan #1 and #2 characters from gag manga series named Dr. Slump by Akira Toriyama. These characters also show up in Dragon Ball as well. The simulated articulation of the figures looks great as well as the details on faces and accessories.

Nidhiki the Fallen Toa by Brick Brickolson


We don't see Bionicle MOC's very often but this one look pretty awesome. This impressive and evil looking MOC, namely Nidhiki the Fallen Toa is shared by LEGO fan and flickr.com user Brick Brickolson. I really like the small details around the head and the white claws which look really alien-like to me. 

Paragon Alpha, another impressive Mecha by Lu Sim


This awesome mecha MOC was recently shared by flickr.com user and LEGO MOC'er Lu Sim a.k.a.  Messymaru who is known for his amazing sci-fi creations. The shaping of the mecha is amazing as always and I really like the blade weapon built using a very huge green transparent piece.

News: LEGO Harry Potter 75954 - Hogwarts Great Hall is revealed


Photos for the upcoming Harry Potter set: 75954 Hogwarts Great Hall are revelead. The set will be on shelfs in few weeks. It looks like a standard playset rather than the epected UCS Hogwards castle. Set includes 10 minifigures in total which is great but we got already accustomed to sets with high minifigure number from the Star Wars, NinjaGo and City lines.



Hagia Sophia by Rocco Buttliere

LEGO fan and flickr.com user Rocco Buttliere shared this magnificent MOC in his photo-stream few weeks ago. The techniques used to build domes are very unique. I really like the yellow-green colored trees as well. Check out the photo-album for more photos.

Bugatti Chiron by Gerald Cacas


This awesome 7-studs wide Bugatti Chiron model was built and shared by flickr.com user and MOC'er Gerald Cacas. Every LEGO fan knows how hard it is to built realistic models in small scales and Gerald Cacas did a wonderful job on this one. The usage of flexible hose pieces connecting with lever pieces a very creative idea. this car even has two seats like the real cars unlike the official set version 75878 which has only one seat. The MOC has openable doors, hood and even a detailed engine inside.


Civilized Alien in Office


This funny small MOC was recently shared by LEGO fan and flickr.com user DVD in his photo-stream. The MOC depicts an xenomorph from the Alien movie series. I really like the inclusion of small details like the bow tie and the bag as well as the 90's style computer. Check out photo album for more photos.

Bear and the Maiden Fair, a Game of Thrones MOC


Talented MOC'er and flickr.com user Barthezz Brick shared this wonderful diorama named Bear and the Maiden Fair depicting a scene from famous TV series Game of Thrones. The detailing and color combinations are really great as well as the overall size of the creation. According to the description this MOC contains approximately 20.000 bricks. Check out the photo album for more detail photos of the creation.


Vintage Wedding Car by Pixeljunkie


This wonderful vintage wedding car is created by talented builder and flickr.com user Pixeljunkie. My favorite part is the shaping of the mudguards. Chrome coated pieces look also great together with white tires. Using minifigure hand pieces as handles are another small and creative addition to the MOC. Check out the builders photo-stream for more photos of the the married couple. 

Obelix from The Adventures of Asterix by George Panteleon


This great statue of iconic comic book and cartoon character Obelix from The Adventures of Asterix was created by flicker user George Panteleon a.k.a. ZetoVince. Quarter dome pieces are mainly used for shaping of the face and the wedge-slope pieces are used the built the hair and the mustache. The shaping is really impressive and very accurate to the character depicted in comics.


Comic book depiction of Obelix from the The Adventures of Asterix

FEISAR, a futuristic race vehicle by Marius Herrmann


This amazingly well shaped futuristic vehicle MOC was recently shared by flickr.com user and talented builder Marius Herrmann who is known for his great sci-fi MOC's. The design of the vehicle is based on a anti-gravity racing vehicle re-design of FEISAR by Shaun Mooney from the video game Wipeout.


The original graphical concept of the vehicle by Shaun Mooney.

The Brixton Hotel MOC by Andrew Tate


Talented LEGO MOCer and flickr.com user Andrew Tate a.k.a. snaillad who is also one of our guest of honors. recently shared this wonderful hotel interior MOC called the Brixton Hotel. Although the builder himself described this a quick MOC it looks really fantastic in my opion. the color combination and the smoothness of the surfaces makes the build really. beautiful.

Deadpool Action Figure


LEGO fan and flickr.com user BRICK 101 shared this cute brick-built Deadpool action figure in his photostream. The articulation of the figure is impressive. I like the small details like the knife and guns attached on the legs and the printed round 1x1 tile piece used as a belt buckle which has actually a soda pop can top pattern on it. The builder has created many other figures like this before so don't forget to check out his photo-stream.

LEGO Model of the Sirius from the Adventures of Tintin


We have finally returned to blogging from our very long break. Here is a masterpiece LEGO model from flickr.com user Stefan Johansson a.k.a. stej123.  The model is based on the ship seen in the comic book series called Adventures of Tintin created by Belgian cartoonist Georges Remi, who wrote under the pen name Hergé. Tintin had been published in more than 70 languages with sales of more than 200 million copies. The builder did a wonderful job building this amazing model. For more photos chech out the builders photo album for the model.

The ship as seen in the books

The shaping of the LEGO model is done very impressively. From distance one can say that looks like a plastic model. The color and part choices are done very well.


The builder also included minifigures of characters from the book. From left to right: Tintin, Snowy (dog), Professor Calculus, Captain Haddock.