Incredible Predator MOC by Shawn Snyder

 

This incredible figure MOC based on the Predator franchise was recently shared by talented LEGO MOC'er Shawn Snyder in his flick.com photostream. The shaping of the figure itself is incredible with tons of little details. The throne itself is also done greatly with lots of skulls all around it. Especially the skull on the top looks amazing. Check out the builders photostream for more close-up shots for this MOC and other previous creations like the "Smaug" or "Resistance is futile!"

Royal Vay Dragon, An Amazing MOC Creature

Sometimes we see LEGO creations that are more than simple MOC pieces, more like art pieces built using LEGO elements. This one is an example for such a creation. LEGO fan and flick.com user Jayfa a.k.a. jayfa_mocs recently shared this amaing dragon model which is built in Red-Green-Gold colorscheme based on Christmas theme. The part usage and the shaping of all elemensts are done perfectly as well as the facial expression of the creature and posing of the limbs.

“Death Troopers” Star Destroyer Reactor MOC

 


This unusual Star Wars diorama was built and shared by talented LEGO MOC builder and flick.com user First Order Lego who was also the builder of previously blogged short time ago, great diorama MOC, “Knightfall” Jedi Temple Order 66. Although I'm not a huge fan of zombie themed Star Wars creations, but builder did an amazing job on the texturing and detailing on the interior of a sci-fi room. The explosions and blood effects are also done impressively. There is also a timelapse video for the build is on creatos YouTube channel if you like to see more..

Ferrari 250 GTO Scale Model By Jens M.

 

This awesome and realisticly acurate model of the Ferrari 250 GTO in blue color was recently shared by LEGO fan and flick.com user Jens M. a.k.a. LegoExotics who is well known for his impressive car MOC's in the past. The shaping and the color blocking on this model is done greatly. According to the description the colorscheme for this model is based on an actual car which the builder saw at the Museum Enzo Ferrari. The models hood, doors and trunk can be opened and it has a detailed engine and interior as well.

Vatican City Scale Model by Rocco Buttliere

  

This amazing scale model of the Vatican City was recently built and shared by LEGO Fan and MOC builder Rocco Buttliere who is famous for his similar impressive MOC's like "The Vernacular of the Craftsman" or "SPQR - Imperial Rome". Acoring to the photo description the scale for this creation consists more than 67000 pieces and tokk more than 800 hours to design and to build. This amount of detail on a MOC is really exceptional. I strongly recommentd to check out the photo album for detail photos.

Mecha Samurai Dragon by Christian Lintan

 


This MOC is a dragon, a mecha and a samurai at the same time! Talented LEGO MOC builder and flickr.com user Christian Lintan a.k.a. ChristiansCreations managed to combine these three different object/creature/character types into one MOC. The design of the body is incredible but my favourite section is the head. The builder used a regular ninjago head mold in reversed form as the bottom jaw. My only critic will be that the weapon of the character is a little bit too thin/small in comparison to the body. Check out the builders flick.com photostream for many more amazing MOCs.

Hot Rod ""Bone Crusher" by Tim Inman

 


As a LEGO fan and a Hot Wheels collector myself I'm really happy to see this model build in LEGO form. Flick.com user and talented LEGO MOCer Tim Inman a.k.a. rabidnovaracer. This Hot Rod model is based on a famous Hot Wheels casting called "Bone Shaker" which is also one of my favourite diecast car models. The design of the skull and the overall shaping the casing is done greatly. Check out the builders photostream for many more great MOC's.

A Great Gatehouse MOC by Jako of Nerogue

 

This impressive gatehouse MOC was recently shared by flickr.com user and LEGO Fan Jako of Nerogue in his photostream. The texture of the walls is done greatly but my favourite part are the machicolations. Addition of thin bodied trees with autumn colors are also nice addition to the scenery. Check out the builders photostream for many more great historical MOC's.

Temple of Divus Julius by Antonio Cerretti

 

This amazing roman style temple MOC, namely Temple of Divus Julius was recently shared by talented lego fan Antonio Cerretti a.k.a. Praetorian- in his flickr.com photostream. As a fan of greco-roman architecture I love to see building models like this in LEGO form. From columns to golden details this MOC looks magnificant.

The MicroboT Hangar by Marco De Bon

 

I always like MOC's decpicting interior of industrial and/or sci-fi structures. LEGO MOCer and flickr.com user Marco De Bon a.k.a. guitar hero78 shared this great example of a futuristic industrial hangar in his photostream. If you take a closer look you woudld realise that the main block of the wall consist of rectangular container box pieces (61780) which is absolutely a great idea to make it look textured. I also like that the hangar is full of small details and minifigure works.

Titania-class battlecruiser

 

In this blog, we rarely share digital creations but if a MOC is amazing like this one it deserves to be shared. LEGO fan and flick.com user Cagerrin who is known for her impressive digital MOC's recently shared this great model, namely Titania-class battlecruiser in his photostream. the shaping of the hull is really great and my favourite parts are the micro-scale helicopter and the design of the bridge section. Check out the builders photostream for many more great models.

Realistic Nikon Camera by Milan Sekiz

 

Talented LEGO MOC'er and flick.com user Milan Sekiz shared this realistic camera model in his photostream recently. According to the description the MOC includes a aamera: Nikon D7100, a flash: NIkon SB600, a tripod: Sherpa 200R and a remote: Phottix (can be seen in this photo) which are all greatly and accurately shaped. 

Stilt Houses, a unique MOC by Andrea Lattenzio

 

Talented LEGO builder and famous MOC'er Andrea Lattanzio a.k.a. Norton74 who is a guest of honors of our blog recently shared this unique and interesting MOC in his flick.com photostream. With great part usage together with custom figures and a SUV MOC these elevated structures looks great. Be sure to check out the builders photostream for many more amazing MOC's.

Photon Chaser by Blake Foster

 


This amazing starfighter MOC was recently shared by Blake Foster who is known for his incredible sci-fi MOC's. Once again he impress us with beautiful shaping and part usage. As you can see from the placmenet of the pieces this MOC is at a level of perfection which is only reached by few members among LEGO AFOL community.

A Very Unique Cyborg, Lariska


There has been a while since we have shared a Bionicle/Buildable Action Figure Style MOC and this one is absolutely a great one in that category. This cyborg, namely "Lariska" with its unique turquise-pearl gray colorscheme and unique pieces was recently built and shared by filcik.com user and talented builder Logan W. a.k.a. Logey Bear. There are lots of pieces that are not easy to recognizable from various themes including Bionicle, Hero Factory, Galidor and more. Check out the builders photostream for many more interesting character figure MOC's.

Peterbilt Quint Axle Dumptruck by Dennis Glaasker


This amazing scale model truck, "Peterbilt Quint Axle Dumptruck" was recently shared by talented LEGO builder Dennis Glaasker a.k.a. bricksonwheels who is well known for his incredible scale model MOC's. The model is very accurate to the real vehichle as the builders previous creations. According to the description this model consist of 9000 bricks and a LED system, that features over 120 LED's. Be sure to check out the builders photostream for more details of this beautiful model and other great models.

Crow Knight Outpost

 

Talented LEGO builder and flickr.com user markus19840420 who is best known for his great historical and Star Wars MOC's recently post with wonderful Outpost MOC in his photostream. Accordingly to the name of the MOC, the outpost is occupied by the Tournament (Crow) Knight from the Collectible minifigure series 20. The texture and the shaping of the building walls are done very well. The vegetation all around the MOC looks also beautiful and just the right amount. 

Great Hot Rod Model with Chrome Rims

 

This awesome hot rod car model was recetly shared by LEGO fan and flick.com user nikolyakov in his photo stream. the builder did a gret job forming the body ısing various types of round slope pieces.My favurite part is the exhoust pipes on top of the engine. Chrome rims are also a nice touch as contrast to the dark bluish gray main body color. Check out the builders photostream for many great System and Technic MOC's.

Setting foot on planet Zaklonis

 

I always like alien planets with alien flora build with LEGO. LEGO fan and flickr.com captainsmog recently shared this small diorama in his photostream. Altough various strange vegetation is the main spotlight of this MOC, the deisng of the retro-style rocket looks very nice too. 

Tirmino Castle, A Microscale Medieval Castle

 


LEGO fan and flick.com user Sunder_59 recently shared this wonderful mico-scale castle in his photo-stream. The architectural design is very accurate to the real castles of medieval times rather than fantasy counter-parts. Every detail of a classic castle is presented in this diorama including the moat around the fortificatins, towers with different styles and the establishments inside the castle (stables and barracks?)  Check out the builders photostream for more great MOC's like this.

Incredible Oriental City Diorama by Andreas Lenander and Peter Ilmrud

 

ma, nameşy "City of Mophet" is a collaborative MOC made by flickr.com users and Eurobricks.com members Andreas Lenander and Peter Ilmrud. This impressive diorama is built for the collaborative narrative project "Guilds of Historica" in Eurobricks Forums.


The diorama is not just large. It's also full of amazing details and great building techniques.


The ILS Dauntless

 


I have seen many type of things that are built with LEGO pieces but this is the first time I see a steam-powered paddle-streamer rive ship MOC. Flickr.com user and LEGO fan LittleJohn built this amazing historical ship, "The ILS Dauntless" model recently for the Ironbuilder contest. We have previously blogged another great MOC "Orc Hideout"" made by the same builder for the same contest which was also another amazing creation.

Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic in Small Scale

 

Every experienced LEGO MOC'er knows thats it gets harder to achieve the correct shape and details with small scale models. Flickr.com user and LEGO Fan RGB900 did a great job with the shaping of this small scale model of Bugatti Type 575SC Atlantic. If you take a look at the original vehichle you will see how greatly this MOC is shaped for its size. 

Official Photos for LEGO 10276 Colosseum Has Ben Revealed

 


Official photos for the new Creator Expert set, LEGO 10276 Colosseum has been revealed. The set will be the largest set including 9036 pieces. Although the piece count is pretty high it looks like the majority of the pieces are very small. You can enrlarge the photos below by clicking.

Grumman F-14A Tomcat

 


This very realistic brick-built Grumman F-14A Tomcat model fighter was recently shared by talented LEGO MOC'er and flickr.com user Dornbi in his photostream. The model is very accurate to the actual vehichle. Alhough it has a lot of exposed studs on the hull, i think it still looks great because the angles are done so well. And together with fitting stickers this model looks great.

Razor Crest in Micro Scale by Tim Goddard

 

This beautifully shaped micro scale Razor Crest model from the popular Star Wars based TV Series The Mandalorian was recently shared by LEGO MOC'er Tim Goddard a.k.a. Rogue Bantha who is well known for his sci-fi MOC's. The shaping of the hull is very accurate to the ship in the Series and loks just the way it should be. The builder used  lot of used a lot of detail and accessory pieces to make it look great, especially lots of flag (2x2 square) pieces. The cockpit section and the yellow markings on the hull are my favourite parts of this creation.

Elegant Pillar Design by Thorsten Bonsch

 


Talented LEGO MOC'er and flickr.com user Thorsten Bonsch a.k.a Xenomurphy who is also one of our  guest of honors recently shared this small diorama including a very beautiful and elegant pillar design. This small diorama is the 28. part of the builders "The Hobbit" project. Check out the his photo album for the previous parts of the project.

Snowy Magic Bus by Andrea Lattanzio

 

This beautiful winter diorama was recently shared by talented LEGO MOC'er and also one of our previous guest of honorsAndrea Lattanzio a.k.a Norton74. The shaping of the vehichle in the snowy forest is amazing. Its already hard to get the dimensions right for a vehichle like this but the creator did a great job  and adding very natural looking layer of snow he makes it even greater. Also, animals like a polar bear camouflanged into the diorama are also cool addition to the MOC as well. I strongly recommend to visit the builders flickr.com photostream for many other great MOC's in various scales and from diffeten themes.

“Knightfall” an Indoor Scene Battle inside the Jedi Temple

 


LEGO fan and flickr.com user First Order Lego recently shared this indoor battle diorama “Knightfall” depicting the execution of Order 66 inside the Jedi Temple in Episode III of the Star Wars Saga. The diorama includes lots of small details and an impressive explosion. The builder used a great variety of pieces to shape the interior of the walls including tan colored baby T-rex pieces. My favurite part is the coruscant city-scape is shown as a backdrop on the windows which is absolutely brilliant. 

Auburn 851 Boat-tail Speedster by Peter Blackert

 


This beautiful classic car model, Auburn 851 Boat-tail Speedster from 30's was recently shared by LEGO MOC'er Peter Blackert a.k.a. lego911 who is well known for his many great car models. The shaping of the car is really impressve and accurate to the real version. A good news for LEGO Car fans is that this MOC is actually a rebrick model for 10271 Fiat 500 set and according to the description the creator stated that he plans to provide instructions on Rebrickable for this model. I'm personally not particularly a fan of this color and would rather like to see dark colors in classic car model like dark-green or dark-red yet the builder did such a amazing job with this model that it look beautiful independent of its color.


The real car sample with the same color used for the MOC. The accurary of the shaping is probably at highest level you can achieve with available LEGO pieces, yet better ithe MOC is built only using pieces from a single set which makes it a lot of easier for LEGO fans who wants to add this classic car in their collections.

Hogwarts Great Hall by Stefan Johansson

This amazing Hogwarts Great Hall Building from Harry Potter franchise was built and shared by LEGO fan and flickr.com user Stefan Johansson a.k.a stej123. According to the description this MOC takes over 50.000 pieces and 2 years to build. The final result is really impressive. I like the texturing of the wall and the enourmous height the building itself. There is also lights installed to make it extra beautiful. Check out the builders photo-stream to see more photos of this great MOC.

A Detailed Modern House MOC, The Greyplate House by Sarah Beyer

This beautiful modern house MOC namely "Greyplate House" was built and shared by LEGO fan and flickr.com user Sarah Beyer a.k.a betweenbrickwalls. The texture on the walls and wooden looking details with reddish brown pieces makes this house very cool. The house interior and exterior are full with great small details like barbeque on the poolside and fully decorated rooms on the inside.

Diorama with Rusted Classic Car

LEGO fan anf flickr.com user crises_crs share this little and beautiful diorama depicting a scene from the early 1900 including a rusted classic car. I like the colors choice for the car and surrounding but I especially like the includion of small details like the oil patches on the floor and the design of the street lamp.. Check out the creators photo-stream for more great MOC's.

An Unusual Mecha MOC: Mega Rabbit

 

LEGO fan and flickr.com user Yohei Yamamoto a.k.a. LEGO DOU Moko who is known for amazing Mecha MOC's recently shared this nicely shaped and unusual MOC in his flickr photostream. It unusual for two reasons in my opinion. First reason is the usage of bionicle modified head pieces for fingers and toes and usage of hero-factory headgear pieces as kneekaps. Second reason is of course the rabbit head which looks terrifying. The creator of this MOC is also one of our Guest of Honors so you may want to check out the interview.

Colorful Orc Hideout On Swampside

 


This colorful fantasy style diorama is recently shared by talented LEGO MOC'er and flickr.com user -LittleJohn who is known for his great historical fantasy builds like  Sabishi Monastery, According to the description this creation was built for the Iron-Builder contest. The special seed piece to be use for the round is Plate, Modified 2 x 3 with Bar in dark red, which is better known as a sci-fi or riot shield. and used in Star Wars sets and alike. The builder did a nice job using the piece as roof cover. I especially like the "swamp/lake" style of the water built using sand green color which is a very proper choice for this ocasion. The crocodile banner from Legends of Chima line is a nice touch to the scene.

Middle Earth comes alive with Micro-scale Dioramas by Simon Hundsbichler

 


These amazing microscale dioramas depicting the iconic locations from Lord of the Rings were recently shared by very talented MOC'er Simon Hundsbichler who is known for his impressive micro-sclae creations like the Hanging Gardens of Semiramis and beautiful animal creations like the Tiger. The part usage on these builds are increadibly well and buildings from the trilogy are instantly recognizable. I also like the buildings are presented on top of an opened book.
 

„LIZARD“ XVS-10 Light Freighter

 


This beautifully shaped Spaceship was recently shared by LEGO fan and flick.com user Boba-1980 in his photostream. White-orange olorscheme fits very well together with the cockpit piece from City-Space line. The custom minifigure with Star Wars pilot torso piece and green hair piece with headphones is a great combo. Check out the builders photo-stream for more great MOC's.

Heavenly Strike by Nick Trotta

 

One of the best Sci-Fi MOC builders, Nick Trotta a.k.a. tardisblue shared this amazing space-ship MOC in his flickr.com photo stream. This reation is absolutely perfect from every aspect. Incredible part uasage and unique techniques all around the build. I especially like the cockpit section where the creator used 2 different canopy pieces together with other transparant small pieces putting together as if there are frame pieces between and around them. 

Cockpit Section of Heavenly Strike 




Cutest Motorized AT-TE Ever Built

 


This cute but very accurate model of iconic Star Wars vehichle AT-TE is recently built by JK Brickworks who is known for wonderful kinetic models. This one is a suprising MOC as well. The builder managed to fit motorized functions in this while keeping the aesthetics of the original vehichle. Check out the video of the model to see it moving.

Arctic Thunder, a Very Creative Armored Limo



This wonderfull semi-realistic Hummer H2 based Armored Limo MOC was recently shared by flick.com user and LEGO fan Frost a.k.a. TFDesigns! in his photostream. The models itself has lots of play features as you can see in this photo. I really lke those details and it may be the first time that I see the part seperator used so cleverly that it doesn't steal the full attention and fits the MOC very nicely. I also like that the builder managed to keep the iconic look of a Hummer H2 while transforming it into this arctic vehichle.

Fruit Merchant on her Snail mount by Jonas Kramm


This beautiful and colorful MOC was recently shared by LEGO fan and flickr.com user Jonas Kramm a.k.a. Legopard in his photostream. The Shaping of the this thing is absolutely wonderful. The flower is built using arm pieces of the Shark Suit Guy and the berries are the hair pieces of various clown figures. On the other hand the custom merchant figure is very nice as well. The hood piece from the Elves line (From Naida Minidoll) fits perfectly to the torso piece of Elsa minifigure. rounded slope as legs gives the figure a natural siting pose. Even tough this MOC is a small one, its absolutely one of the best for this year in my opinion.

Joe's Wooden cottage by Andrea Lattanzio


One of our former guest of honors, talented LEGO builder Andrea Lattanzio a.k.a. Norton74 shared this wonderful wooden cottage MOC together with a tow truck. The design contains many small details and looks very clean similar to creators previous works. Andreas detailed but clean building-style is easy to recognized by extensive use of tiles and addition of lots of minifigure acessories and tools in the scenery. Irregular shape of the stack and the design of the trees look especially good. Check out the creators photo-stream for many great MOC's and also dont forget to read the Interview we had with him in the Guests of Honor section.

Rogal Dorn from Warhammer 40K in LEGO Form


As a LEGO and Warhammer 40k fan at the same time I always appreciate beautiful LEGO-WH40K creations like this. Talented LEGO builder and flickr.com user funnystuffs, who has shared many great WH40 based models in his photostream in the past, shared this wonderful brick-built figure for Rogal Dorn, the Primarch of the Imperial Fists Space Marine Legion. The shaping of the body is great as always. I especially like the shoulders and the addition of Hercules shield piece. Be sure to check out the builders photo-stream for more MOC's like this one.

Brickheadz of Star Trek: The Next Generation Characters by Andrew Cookston


As a fan of both LEGO Brickheadz series and Star Trek franchise these models catched my eye. These wonderful Brickheadz style brick-built figures representing the iconic characters from the Next Generation series are recently shared by LEGO Fan and flick.com user Andrew Cookston. The shaping of the models are really matches the artistic style of the Brickheadz line with their brickbuilt uniforms and facial features. The figures even have accessories which are great references to the TV-Series.