Polish builder Jarek brings us this completely crazy and awesome trio of bio-mechanical exoskeletal creatures. He says he built them off-the-cuff as a break from another model, but you’d never be able to tell, since they’re packed with fantastic details and clever techniques.
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Jerac‘s TIE fighter is a realistic and elegant take on the iconic Star Wars ship. The combination of the round corner bricks and the printed dish makes for the best cockpit design I’ve seen for the TIE.
It took the brutish beauty of this steam powered Juggernaut by Jerac (Jerak) to get me fired up today: Check out his Flickr stream for images of the interior and alternative views.
We’ve featured many of Jarek‘s Warhammer 40K creations in the past, but this is a first. Instead of scale models of vehicles or troops from the games, he’s built a life-sized gun from the game. He’s built in several cool play features, though not launching a projectile, which you can see in his youtube video, Continue reading →
This is Jarek‘s biggest and baddest Power Functions war machine, and it looks as good as it drives. Check it out in action on Youtube and watch it destroy the Ork army.
Jarek has captured the unique personalities from the “Claptrap’s New Robot Revolution” add-on for Borderlands. I love the robot with the yellow mohawk. Via The Living Brick. Iain suggests that these little robots could become the next LEGO building fad. I certainly wouldn’t object.
I have only built two hovertanks: one 6 years ago and one today. This post will summarize some of the changes in the way I build and hopefully offer a few useful tips for builders in the process of developing their style (with a focus on sci-fi creations). The Ladybird Hovertank (above) was one of Continue reading →
I can’t get enough of this new space bomber by (Jerac). This creation sports more facets than any diamond I’ve ever seen, and they certainly gleam. Jerac has made use of many thin parts (like doors and wings) to achieve a compact shape that still has room to carry a bunch of ordinance.
Jerac has built some fantastic renditions of Warhammer 40K space marines. He’s built several marines, and given them a matching Landspeeder and Drednaught. I’m especially impressed with the way he came up with to render the trademark oversized space marine shoulder pauldrons.
For our seventh installment of weekly interviews, Keith Goldman goes urban. Take it away, Keith! If you have a Flickr account, and a decent list of contacts then your photo stream has probably been tagged by this week’s builder, Cole Blaq. Legally known as Aran Jitsukawa-Hudson (which is an awesome name and far more interesting Continue reading →
We’re all about the functionality today. This Prohibition-era bank by Jarek (Jerac) has a lovely facade and cool 30′s car out front: However, the working brick-built safe is what makes this an amazing LEGO model:
We’re now in our second month of interviews by Keith Goldman. For our fifth installment, we delve into the cabal of mysterious builders known only as LUGPOL. Take it away, Keith! LUGPOL… You’ve heard the name whispered in every corner of the internet, sometimes in fear, sometimes in awe, always with respect. Until now, this Continue reading →
Jarek (Jerac) combines his car building skills with a distinctly Castle aesthetic, for a unique race car with an even more unique driver and her unprecedented pet: I don’t want to know what sort of fuel is in those yellow canisters…
Jarek‘s Starcraft Battlecruiser ranks among one of the best I’ve seen. This is his biggest creation to date, taking a month to complete. The model features Jarek’s smooth yet textured building style, rendering the ship true to the original.
Peter Lea has made instructions to build your own Penrose triangle: It’s not impossible, because Jarek has shown that it can be done! There’s no photo-editing involved either. The whole process took him only five minute (four to find the camera batteries)! Via Klocki