Pink Floyd’s The Division Bell (1994):
Mr. Big’s self-titled debut (1989):
Björk’s Medúlla (2004):
Brenden Wilson presents a new ship in his microscale fleet, a Delian-class frigate:
Jon Furman combines cool post-processing on his photo with an excellent rendition of the scene in which Locke discovers the Hatch in J.J. Abrams’ “Lost”.
Jumpei Mitsui and Sachiko Akinaga have earned international reputations through their participation in the LEGO King Championship TV show. More importantly, they’re both well-known for their great building skills, as Jumpei demonstrates with his recreation of Kinkaku-ji, the “Golden Pavilian” in Kyoto, Japan:
(I think Hippotam over at Klocki has a time machine.)
So many mecha look alike, so it’s nice to see something that looks different, like Izzo’s latest experiment in mecha armor:
I noticed a cool papercraft stormtrooper in Brickshelf user Obi-Wan-Stefen’s gallery, who kindly provided enough info to get to i like toys, which linked to Japanese site Piro model with instructions and templates for creating your own papercraft Star Wars minifigs:
Click the pictures above to go to instruction pages on Piro model. The instructions will be in Japanese, but they’re numbered and easy enough to follow visually.
Here’s what the templates look like:
Have fun, and let us know if you try making any of these.
Here’s TsoAutTmo’s X-wing:
Great use of the new mini-slopes and the wheels as engines. See more of his mini creations on Brickshelf.
(A two-word blog post? Hey, gimme a break, I’m in a hurry. ;) )