Dutch Soldier Outpost by Nieks
Under the Waves by Elephant_Captain
Pirate’s Island by SlyOwl
Joseph Kazmo, whom you may remember from his Star Wars advanced alts from way back, is finally building again after a lengthy building hiatus. This biomechanical centipede is the appetizer for a “mechanical fantasy theme that combines Medieval times with technology and wizardry.” I look forward to this theme with eager anticipation.
A neat diorama by Niek Geurts (Nieks www.mrbrick.nl).
I don’t know why I get a sense of marshiness from this, but I like it.
He wears it for all kinds of reasons, but especially because he’s awesome. A mosaic of Johnny Cash by .cHris.tOpHeR..
I think my favorite things about this futuristic carrier by Mike (Chaffeem) are the retro biplanes and the smoothness of the micro modeling.
And yes, it is floating in water.
This western town by Kris Kelvin is loverly. It’s also a nice change of pace, since we don’t see that many Western creations.
Sean Kenney was recently featured in a 30 minute documentary aired on Japan’s national public broadcasting organization, NHK. Click on the image below for the link to the video, where you can see Sean’s LEGO studio, his Times Square model, and watch him build his largest creation: a life-sized polar bear!
It’s always nice to see a space creation that’s meant to be alien, like this one by Kyle Slushey (The Slushey One). I like all of the spines and angled.
Is it flower inspired? Bunny? I don’t know, and that helps sell it as extra-terrestrial.
Although the chunky style may not be entirely traditional for the theme, it works really well on this ship. I think that part of the appeal is that it’s not just chunky in spots, but there are chunks on top of chunks, in a pervasive style. It’s a big block of ugly, and I love it.