Brickshelfer Flash posted a beautiful pirate ship on or around International Talk Like a Pirate Day, but I was too busy Yarrrrr!!!!ing at my wife to notice. Sorry!
Steve Vargo‘s latest addition to his horde is an infernal rider — a Demon Major astride a hellhound. Nice.
The Sandman, by Neil Gaiman was an important comic book series published between 1989 and 1996. Shane Larson has emerged from a yearl-long absence from the hobby to recreate The Endless in minifig form.
Steven Marshall is fast becoming one of my favorite builders. He’s not prolific, but what he posts is well-built and beautifully photographed.
While we’re at it, don’t miss his double-decker bus:
(Both bookmarked a couple days ago, but I’m forced to concede a “reminder-via” to the inimitable Klocki.)
And have I told ye NWBrickCon next month be pirate-themed? Well, it be. Now ye know.
I noticed this in one of my Flickr feeds last month but thought that someone had just mis-tagged it “LEGO” (as sometimes happens). But then I saw it again in nnenn‘s photostream when I was blogging a couple of his recent microscale creations a few minutes ago. Knowing that nnenn only posts LEGO creations (well, mostly LEGO), I did a double-take. Yes, in fact, it is LEGO:
This is by far the best TIE fighter I’ve ever seen built from LEGO. Notice especially the detail between the upper and lower wings and the hinges used to angle the border around each wing. (According to nnenn’s description, the only non-LEGO is a few pieces of black tape to cover Technic holes and to create the stripes on the cockpit.)