Forget about mega blasters and great swords; it just needs a giant pair of scissors to do the job. Arkov’s Ragdoll has indeed that, and some very stylish hair.
These are two sets that I made for Classic Castle’s Chess Challenge, which ends tonight. I had a lot of fun with these. I’ve never made two matching creations in different scales before.
I’m hooked on Chess sets now. I think I’m going to do some more…
Flickr user Robiwan Kenobi built a Swiss Army knife from Bionicle and Technic pieces. Even the folding mechanism works for all the utensils. So, is it possible to add a fold-out brick separator?
I usually make some attempt to come up with my own title but Paul Meissner’s (legosamurai) title describes his simple scene so well I just ran with it. Looking closely you can see that this is an army on the warpath but an idle glance suggests nothing more than a simple convoy traveling across a distant planet.
EDIT: It would appear I got this ever so wrong. The diorama was actually built by RoninLUG which is Andrew Lee (onosendai2600), Fradel Gonzales (Slice151), Brandon Griffiths (icgetaway) and Paul. Many more pictures can be found here.
I like the elegant lines, upper hull design and rigging on this Mediterranean Xebec by Tom Jacobs (Bonaparte). It doesn’t hurt that his picture title reminded me of a Camera Obscura song I get stuck in my head.
To our lucky readers in France, you can now order the new Star Wars sets that are schedule for release in August. The sets are listed as in stock, which means they are available for delivery. I’m not sure if this is a mistake, but I won’t hesitate to take advantage of a rare opportunity to get the sets three months in advance.
Via Toys N Bricks