Mike Psiaki‘s revamped Bell ‘Huey’ UH-1 model bears great semblance to its common and reliable real life counterpart. I especially like the details on the rotors, but best of all, Mike has generously donated this model for sale to Creations for Charity, which means you can buy it in November.
It took me a moment to recognize what this sculpture by Tim Simon represents. I thought it was a spaceship or an explosion at first, but it’s actually a bullet shot through an apple! That’s definitely not something you see done in Lego each day.
You don’t have to be an interior designer to recognize this creative and elegant contemporary bedroom and bathroom built by Littlehaulic, the younger sister of the well-known Legohaulic. The bold contrast of the colors black, white, and pink combined with the polished wooden floor helps give a clean and modern look to the rooms. Details such as the rug, the blinds, and the various small decors make one think they were made by a veteran builder.
But you may be surprised to find out that she just turned 13 today! It sure isn’t easy to associate age and talent with a creation like this. Cheers and happy birthday!
This one isn’t a part of a Wagnerian opera, nor is Tom Cruise involved. I can certainly imagine it in a sci-fi version of Apocalypse now, though, it’s a truly cool new ship by Dane Erland (Lord Dane).
This creation incorporates a lot of nice coinciding angles and curves. It also features a nice rotating turret, and eye catching sticker usage.
Takeshi Itou is an incredible Castle builder. One of the best. His latest creation is simply overflowing with whimsy and charm.