BrickArms has released new custom minifig weapons spanning from historical to sci-fi genres, including the Heavy Scifi Rifle, Plasma Blade, Needle Gun, Energy Pistol, Photon Pistol, Mk2 Frag Grenade, Gunblade, Chainblade, Scalpel, Syringe, Bayonet, Claymore Sword, Glaive, and Cricket Bat.
Hans Dendauw (Tigmon74) has done a great job of capturing a moment with this diorama. The chunks flying look great, and I absolutely love the tumbling speeder bike and driver. He also seems to have used a blacklight to give the trans neon bits a bit of a glow.
We’ve all heard it, right? Actors declining roles for “creative differences”…right. Creative differences. On the actor’s part? After this fantastic brickfilm from mobiledeli, I’m personally more inclined to say it was the director with the issues. This one certainly has them.
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As follow up to his A New Hope chess set, Brandon Griffith (icgetaway) presents another beautiful set that captures the key characters from The Empire Strikes Back. I really like the Hoth themed game board, and the fact that it also acts as storage for the pieces is another plus. Check out the full details on Flickr.
There are many things that draw me to this lovely little creation. The waterfall just jumps out, and I love the not-square base. Posted by David Leest, recently out of his dark ages. I’d say he’s coming out of those dark ages quite strong!
Tom Simon‘s diorama of an abandoned log cabin is the first of its kind that actually uses sideways cylinders to create the stacked logs effect. I also like the idea of using dark tan to simulate dead leaves on the trees. The chimney looks like it’s about to collapse any minute, and the horse skeleton completes the touch of decay.