Corviwurm by Jerac

Brickshelfer and Classic-Spacer Jerac posted something so cool I can’t help posting it. (Sorry Linus!) Jerac calls it a “Corviwurm,” but it looks very much like a Zerg Mutalisk (which he acknowledges in his CSF post): Add to Del.icio.us | Digg It | Furl It Technorati tags: LEGO Space Video Games StarCraft Zerg Jerac Brickshelf

Heavy Swiss Freighter Titan by Jerac

Classic-Spacer Jerac (who, it turns out, isn’t Swiss after all) has posted another awesome entry in his fleet of micro-scale Swiss-themed space ships, the Titan freighter (click for gallery): The awesome bridge: A smaller container that slides in and out of the freighter (labeled “7”), which clamps onto the bigger, black container shown in the Continue reading →

Grigorij Rasputin Medical Frigate by Jerac

I’m really enjoying the recent surge in micro-scale building (mainly in the Space community, though SEALUG member Justin Major showed off a really awesome modular city at this month’s meeting — should’ve taken pictures). Classic-Spacer Jerac (Jerrec on Brickshelf) posted a micro medical frigate titled Grigorij Rasputin earlier this morning: Here’s the Rasputin assisting another Continue reading →

Olivia’s all deadly curves

Builder Jarek has already proven himself to be a master of hard angles and flat planes with his incredible Star Destroyer, but now he’s shaking things up with this stunning character, named Olivia the Swordmaiden. Jarek makes excellent use of the new balloon panels and lots of curved bricks and slopes for a result that looks Continue reading →

Futuristic automobiles take off... and hover

In the future imagined by Polish builder Jerac, the younger generation cruise around in yellow hovercrafts while the ‘dad-taxi’ family car looks a little bit cooler than your average Toyota. Firstly, we have the Aeris, the 4-person family car for collecting the groceries and taking the kids to the movies. Even Jerac has to admit Continue reading →

LEGO Star Wars Venator measures just over 6 feet long

Alec Doede (Alec_D) spent six months constructing an impressive 6 foot long rendition of a Venator-class Star Destroyer from Star Wars Battlefront II. The dark gray details contrast very well with the light gray plating on the top and bottom of the model. These components are held together by a sturdy Technic skeleton, which the Continue reading →