But now, behold his new, beautifully green Mitsubishi A6M5 “Zero” fighter:
I don’t know yet if this is a trend, but another builder making musical minifigs can’t be a bad thing! Matt Zitron joins Izzo by creating two singer/actors — Tom Waits and Andre 3000:
It’s always nice to welcome new LEGO fans to Brickshelf or Flickr. So far, Kakurelegositan’s gallery consists 100% of creations inspired by Final Fantasy. Hurray!
Perennial boss and/or summon Bahamut:
Bartz and a chocobo from the cover art for Final Fantasy V:
Kakurelegositan has other cool Final Fantasy creations on Brickshelf, so be sure to check out the full gallery!
For the record: I don’t endorse xenophobia, and I can’t stand the sort of rabid nationalism that led to silly terms like “freedom fries.” I’m also three-quarters French.
I thought Moko had finished his series of Final Fantasy VII characters, but apparently not! Recent updates include the final boss of the game, as well as one of my favorite characters from my favorite FF game, Final Fantasy IX.
Here’s Safer Sephiroth:
And the adorably clumsy Vivi:
I like it when Moko gets on a minifig-building kick. From Final Fantasy characters (separate post coming up in a minute) to minifigs of his own design, Moko is a highly original builder.
A couple of cyborgs:
An awesome villainous minifig with what appears to be a giant mechanical hand:
Some goblins and zombies:
Mark Sandlin’s Classic Space chocobo:
Duane Hess’ Blacktron chocobo:
Chris Giddens barbeques a poor chocobo:
Chris McGrath’s Ice Planet chocobo:
Adrian Drake’s chocoborg:
Gary McIntire’s tan chocobo (love the rider!):
Danny Rice’s undead chocobo: