Tiberium Blue‘s minifig gardeners have carved a pretty nifty dinosaur topiary. It looks like its going to walk off any minute.
Thomas Wunz brought this incredible castle to BrickCon and walked away with a well-deserved Best Castle award. The detailing on the structure itself is incredible, but the landscaping is also a thing of beauty. Well done, Thomas!
I think he picks names just so I can’t pronounce them though…
Tristan tells us to go against the flow in this simple, but poignant, creation.
Do you agree?
Like his recent test pattern, Nelson Yrizarry has been taking a break from the minifig-scale creations he’s known for, to build LEGO on a more sculptural scale.
Daruma are Japanese dolls most often used to make a wish or keep oneself focused on a goal. You paint one eye when you make the wish or start something, and only paint the other eye when your wish has been granted or you’ve achieved your goal.
My wish is that Nelson will build more great stuff like this!
Jason Freeny, a talented artist and designer, rendered the anatomy of a minifig in stunning detail. Wait, I never knew our minifigs had so much guts, and pretty much everything else is included as well, down to the family jewels.
Check out Jason’s website for more interesting works and deviant art that showcases the artist’s amazing creativity.
To quote them:
Novvember is Vic Viper month! nnenn and peterlmorris invite you to try your hand at building a MOC based on the classic starfighter from the Gradius series of video games.
As a longtime lover of variations-on-a-theme I’m more than happy to support them in this quest. Go build a Vic Viper!
Here is our final installment of the incredible prototypes that we drooled over at BrickCon.
Being primarily a Castle fan, I was most excited by the Long Sword and Rapier:
Another historical weapon that should be popular with the Pirate fans is the bayonet, attached via an extremely versatile U-clip:
I also fell in love with the Sawed-Off Shotgun and the miniscule Derringer:
I know Andrew has already shown off the Derringer. But it’s so darn cute, I had to do it again!
Last, but not least, is another weapon that is close to my heart. The long-awaited Paintbal Marker:
The skeleton parts evoke a truly ragged sail. The narwhale in the water takes a moment to recognize, but once identified, SlyOwl’s brilliance is unquestionable. The reindeer head on a stick is, well, interesting.
Oh, and the goats are adorable.