TBB reader Nathan pointed us to a new entry in Roguebantha‘s series of Star Wars scenes in bubbles — the Battle of Geonosis:
If you haven’t seen these before, be sure to check out all of them!
Nice hard suit, Tim Zarki!
Chris Wunz gets to be the first person who uses the new lightning pieces in the 2007 Castle sets for what we all wanted to use them for — force lightning! And the new scared face (also from the new sets) is great for Luke’s expression as well.
As I said a couple months ago, there’s not a lot of originality in LEGO creations inspired by Halo. My general feeling of dissatisfaction with Halo LEGO extends to my own Master Chief minifig, who I intend to replace soon (despite being featured on Joystiq yesterday).
Still, the game continues to inspire the occasional beauty, such as this true-color Ghost and brick-built Elite by Brian Kescenovitz:
Note that some of the previous Ghosts and Banshees so popular on the Web weren’t built with actual purple bricks like this one is — they were Photoshopped. Here’s Brian’s Warthog:
Don’t miss the rest of Brian‘s Halo creations:
The awesomeness that is Mike “Count Blockula” Crowley strikes again, this time with Brak and Zorak from Space Ghost (and The Brak Show).
Then send in Izzo‘s “Stilts Walker”:
By Legokinsfolk. Check out the gallery for interesting pics of how Legokinsfolk built this little beauty — it’s full of interesting techniques.
Have you ever wondered what to do with all those left-over peeps and Technic pieces you have lying around the house? Do what Windell Oskay did — make a peepmobile!