Shannon Young captures the drama of car racing in a micro vignette featuring some pretty crafty mini racers and a clever crowd mosaic. Click on the picture below to learn why Shannon hates car racing so much. That’s right, Shannon is absolutely disgusted by car racing; that’s why he built this creation.
Zombies in space? Sure, why not.
Jas Nagra‘s “Quarantine Module: Infection Control” has very cool angled walls and incineration pods that I don’t want to get anywhere near.
Check out MOCPages for the further adventures of the baby Hawklings, including guest appearances by micro versions of several of Ochre Jelly’s other Miniland characters.
Here’s a bonus Stephen Hawking by Mike “Count Blockula” Crowley:
In news sure to please those of you who voted for “LEGO Castle (Dwarves & Trolls)” in the current poll, the full line of LEGO Castle sets for 2008 is now available from the LEGO Shop online.
Here’s 7048 Troll Warship (USD 79.99):
That’s six troll/goblin/orc minifigs, a dragon, a Crown Knight minifig, a Dwarf minifig, Clancy‘s green cousin (a large troll), and Viking ship pieces in new dark brown.
Castle not your thing? How about some new Batman or Coast Guard sets?
- USD 29.99: 7886 The Batcycle™: Harley Quinn’s Hammer Truck
- USD 59.99: 7739 Coast Guard Patrol Boat & Tower
(Direct link to the new Castle sets for those of you for whom the affiliate links don’t work.)
Jehkay‘s multi-role fighter may be called “Faerie,” but it looks like it packs quite a punch:
I love the striping on the wings, the “smoke dischargers,” and the engines.
LEGO will make its presence known at Comic-Con 2008 this year (July 23-27 in San Diego, California) with a mysterious, exclusive set:
The picture doesn’t say a lot, but here are a couple key facts:
- 200 pieces (comparable to a $15.00-$20.00 set)
- Limited to 500 sets
I love anything green. I also love anything by nnenn. Green nnenn is even better.
nnenn’s torpedo frigate The Suyampsis looks like it could plow straight through just about any planet’s picket fleet: