Scouzy’s sci-fi transport vehicle makes good use of the hull pieces from 4768 Durmstrang Ship. I only wish I knew what sort of cargo is freighted in this armored hovering pill.
Dave Sterling shows dark red some modular love with this lovely city corner building, which illustrates the kinds of realistic, repeated patterns you can achieve by using many of the same parts.
Click through to MOCPages to see this beauty light up the night.
The summer/winter (depending on where you live) 2010 LEGO Star Wars sets are now available from the LEGO Shop.
8128 Cad Bane’s Speeder has five minifigs, including some dude with a really funky hat.
Personally, I’m most excited about 8089 Hoth Wampa Cave.
Shipping is free for orders over $75 through the end of July, and remember, the LEGO VIP Program now works for Web orders — two more reasons to support the LEGO fan sites you visit (even if it’s not this one) by buying your LEGO online.
You’re more than welcome to do that, thanks. Any hero who’s story survives the millennium in written and oral tradition to be immortalized in classic Greek potter and Lino‘s work of LEGO certainly doesn’t need to be reminded there’s someone better than him. Especially when he’s holding a spear, shield, and quite clearly knows how to use them.
I, along with everyone else, await your response, Guy.
Hispabrick Magazine issue 008 is now available for download in both Spanish and English.
This issue features:
- Interviews with LEGO owner Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen, Jumpei Mitsui, and many more
- A minifig-scale paddlewheeler
- A brief history of LEGO Space
- How to build a tree
- Event coverage from all over Europe
- Lots and lots of Technic and MINDSTORMS
Click the image above for links to the PDF download.
Edit: Apparently the name is “No Ewok” backwards, which makes sense, because there is an Ewok in there. :)
The tree itself is a knockout, but the action and whimsy that surrounds it makes this creation something special. I Scream Clone has it going on.
Mister Clone was nice enough to humor me when I asked for a new overall shot. Thank you!
I admit…I don’t look at a lot of custom minifigures. But there are, on occasion, those that give me pause. This is one of them:
Created by geoshift, the detail work is impressive and the paint itself is very clean. It’s stunning. Of course, looking at the rest of the photostream, I realize I’ve clearly been missing out. Take a look. You won’t regret it.
Our old friends at V&A Steamworks have gone into the small arms business in a big way. If your steampunk army needs a shootie/zappy thing, this is it. 100% Lego too….