Uspez Morbo has recreated Mission 6: Mobile Command Center in steampunk form with his awesome Land Clipper. Check out the tires on the front, and is that a brick-built Lewis gun? Sweet.
The Land Clipper can deploy a runabout called the Triple Dasher:
More pics on Flickr.
Adam Grabowski (Mister Zumbi) puts Quint, Hooper, and Brody aboard a vessel slightly too small for the job at hand — a certain boat named Orca.
I love this simple shot that mimics the Jaws movie poster:
Thanks to Bruce and Hendrik for the link!
I really don’t need to write anything about Moritz Nolting‘s (nolnet‘s) latest work. It’s adorable.
Luis (TerremotoQuake) presents a sleek and deadly armored personnel carrier called the Vector. In addition to the ultra-smooth tiled exterior, the interior is just as immaculate. But purists beware, this APC seats non-LEGO army soldiers, seemingly chosen to show the smaller-than-minifig-scale of the creation.
Stephen Chao (Obscurance) recently posted an awesome micro version of the VF-0 fighter from the Macross Zero prequel movie.
More on Brickshelf and Flickr.
Where did medieval apple pies, apple sauce, and other appley treats come from? Philip Stark (Erdbeereis) has the answer:
Click the photo to read the hilarious back story and see lots more pics.
Flush with the success of Shannonia, Shannon Young (MOCpages | Flickr) demonstrates his castle-building prowess with Black Falcon’s Watchtower:
Erik Smit (Eti) has created a lovely little microscale version of 10193 Medieval Market Village, complete with horse and cart, cows, and buildings that open and close.
Especially when they’re inspired by Warhammer 40K.
Mark Stafford and Flickr’s CBLA_Member have both built new creations based on Warhammer 40K, and both are Red.
CBLA has built a pirate mecha (right) to scale for minifigs, which makes excellent use of a Jack Stone skull piece for marking on the shoulder.
Mark has built a space marine (below) from the blood angels chapter to scale with a big Knight’s Kingdom head.
Flickr’s Arzlan calls it a tree man, Tolkien calls it an Ent, I call it cool. I love the cleverly concealed joints, and the work with the vines at the top is fantastic. I’m never able to make organic stuff look right, so I always appreciate it when someone else does.