Microscale Sci-Fi (Mi-Fi) contest winners announced

I feel truly awful that I never got around to featuring more than a handful of the wonderful microscale models from the recent Mi-Fi contest run by The Living Brick. (Can you ever forgive me, Iain?) Anyway, Iain and Rod have announced the winners!

nolnet‘s “1.21 Gigawatts” and halfbeak‘s “Resistance is Futile” deservedly took the top spots.

1.21 Gigawatts Resistance Is Futile

SPARKART! submitted two great entries, inspired by The Matrix and Bladerunner.

Welcome...to the real world. Los Angeles November 2019

Carl Merriam also entered two great micro-models, from Spaceballs and “Futurama”.

"LUDICROUS SPEED, GO!" Futurama

Check out the group pool for a stellar lineup of entries, and read Iain’s writeup, highlighting even more of the great entries. Congratulations to the winners, and here’s hoping Iain runs this contest annually!

1 comment on “Microscale Sci-Fi (Mi-Fi) contest winners announced

  1. Ochre Jelly

    …yeah, what’s this site coming to Andrew?! :D

    So while Mr. B is looking up the emoticon for ‘hand wriging’, I’ll just take this opportunity to mention that now the contest is over, the “Mi-Fi” flickr group has been opened up for general submissions again, in what is clearly and probably officially the Most Ground-Breaking Lego Sub-theme In the History of Forever.

    - Iain.

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