Today, while you are eating corn beef and drinking green beer, enjoy this little four-leaf-clover-look back at some great St. Paddy’s Day or Leprechaun themed creations! Nathan Proudlove (Proudlove) Tyler (Legohaulic) Okay Yaramanoglu (Oky – Space Ranger) & Peter Aoun (graznador2)
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Justin Pratt (legotanks) makes excellent little delivery trucks as well as tanks. At BrickCon last year, I gave him a couple of engraved “The Brothers Brick” bricks on condition that he build us a delivery van. Justin recently finished it, and posted it online last night (after displaying it at Emerald City Comicon this weekend). Continue reading →
If you’ve ever been curious to know about how the models for games get designed, Game Informer have just run a piece on the highly talented Carl Greatrix. As I recall (but I could be wrong) Carl was one of the first fans hired by TT Games and has worked on most of their LEGO Continue reading →
Tough luck to TR that I got in first on this GARC. With his Rendez-Vous, Nathan Proudlove shows he’s clearly a fan of rainbow warriors.
Nathan Proudlove needs no introduction to any LEGO fan who hasn’t been living under a rock for the last decade. The man is not only an incredibly nice person, he is a fantastic builder as well. Currently he is working on a series of vehicles based on the four horsemen of the apocalypse. Death just Continue reading →
This little gem by Nathan Proudlove (Proudlove) seemed especially appropriate to post today. It’s also pretty impressive, considering it’s only 4 studs wide. Great job building the iconic stripe at that scale.
Nathan Proudlove hits the road with this lovely, yellow Dodge A100. This smooth build and excellent use of parts are just what we except from Mr. Proudlove!
Some aliens might be good mainly for getting splatter kills, but others look like you might want to play a nice game of contract bridge with them instead. I like to think this mustachioed alien by Nathan Proudlove has the sophistication to represent the latter. Or he might just know Kung Fu and be more Continue reading →
There are too many fantastic entries this month into LUGNut‘s Cars, Too theme, so I do believe I’m just going to list my favorites here, in no particular order. We are, after all, big fans of all things Pixar here at this humble blog. So! Onto the cars. Tim Inman, with Giselle Grocery Getter: Peter Continue reading →
I’ve had the above by Nathan Proudlove stored in my bloglist for a good while hoping never to need it. But I’ve noticed people getting, understandably, worried about TBB’s inaction of late. With six people it was unlikely we’d all be so busy at once but we’ve managed to hit a temporary point where all Continue reading →
This castle in the sky by Mrva & Karlo is one of the few of its kind. I’m reminded of a classic favorite by Nathan Proudlove. The majesty of castles and the celestial quality of the sky makes for a divine combination.
Actually, neither of these ships uses true LEGO “blue.” They both use shades other than the standard blue, along with various bits of brown. Both of these ships caught my eye today (I’ve built my own brown and blue combinations, so I’m a fan). First is the Arashi by Nathan Proudlove. He’s achieved an interesting Continue reading →
You all know that Nathan Proudlove rocks the Lego Fan world. At BrickCon he took the Castle section by storm with this incredible creation. There is so much to love in this one. Check out the variegated roof made of cheese slopes, the dark red water/blood that surrounds it, the skeletal trees, the carriage….the list Continue reading →
This month’s LUGNuts challenge — Kickin’ it Oldschool! — is coming to a close, with many great cars and trucks from the pre-1950 era. Here are just a couple of my favorites. Nathan Proudlove rolls out a 1940 Ford pickup truck, tricked out to please any skateboarder: Tim Inman (rabidnovaracer) heads to the beach in Continue reading →
Over the last couple of months, Keith has brought us joy every Sunday with his interviews. Today, the burden of responsibility falls on Keith’s shoulders to bring us tragic news… It is my unpleasant duty to report the passing of our friend and fellow builder Nate “nnenn” Nielson. Nate’s death was the result of an Continue reading →