This mecha by Brickshelf user icetea not only looks like a total boss but also transforms into an all-terrain assault vehicle. See the gallery for numerous pictures showing different poses and weapon assortments.
I’ve never seen a fully articulated Lego skeleton sculpture until now. This model by Clay Morrow was real enough to fool me from the thumbnail. The rib cage is especially well-done.
At The Brothers Brick, we’ve decided to try to do something to help out the people affected by the recent earthquakes and tsunamis in Japan, but we need your help too.
You may have noticed that all of the advertising banners on the site have been replaced by links to donate to the Red Cross. That’s a start, and we certainly encourage everyone to do so. In addition, though, we’re auctioning off LEGO creations to raise more money for this important cause. If you’d like to contribute a creation to be auctioned off, please use the form on the Creations for Charity website.
If you’re interested in seeing what’s available right now, see the active auctions. More are to come!
The stuff in this bowl looks completely edible and will probably fool your non-Lego friends. Great work Lasse.
It’s been a while since I posted many Black Fantasy creations, but that doesn’t mean the theme is dead in my heart. This diorama called Ascension depicts two space marines escaping the infestation pit through an ascending catwalk to the helipad. After making this, I noticed that I’ve used shades of the three primary colors red, yellow, and blue as color accents, which seems like a terrible idea by itself but may have worked in this case.
Ciamosław Ciamek‘s diorama takes us to the jungle, and not just any jungle, but the primeval brooding wilderness of Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness. If you suspect the men on the steamboat are being watched, you’re probably right.
Series 4 Minifigures are popping up in stores right now, and Chris McVeigh (powerpig) has gotten his hands on them and featured the perhaps most favorited hazmat guy in a brilliant photo.