…defending ur spacestations.
Jeramy Cooke (icecoldmilk) recently finished a diorama intended for a certain contest a year ago :). It depicts a lone survivor guarding the last flower on Earth from an invading Black Fantasy creature. I love the dynamic chaos of the landscape and its contrast with a clean black and white tiled interior. Check through each photo in the gallery for notes from the builder on interesting details that you don’t want to miss.
Jarek‘s awesome space pirate battleship features a unique blend of purple and black, resulting in a most spectacular build. As a rare and out-of-production color, purple is a sought-after color for its effective color accenting against neutral tones such as black and gray.
Steven Walker figured out what to do with all those extra battle droid arms that were laying around. Build a bike! I’ve never seen anything quite like this…definitely an eye-catcher!
Lego911 grabs a cab…and what a lovely rendition of the classic Checker Cab it is too.
Here is another picture, with stretchers in place:
Fedde has gone airborne with this magnetically-powered Maserati Airturismo. Smooth lines, open cockpit, and my son’s favorite color…what more could you want?
Our three-part interview with LEGO Designer Mark Stafford is now available in French on the FreeLUG website.
If you missed it the first time around in English, check it out:
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Dr. X astounds me with his latest very unique alien starfighter. Unlike most spacecrafts, this one actually resembles a living creature with the tentacles and the life-sustaining cockpit.
Foamrider recently posted a cute little flying rock. This one supplies a long-overlooked need. Namely a rest stop for those overworked denizens of the sky, the messenger owls!
I wish I had a messenger owl that I could overwork….