Bart de Dobbelaer is a masterful storyteller, and his latest scene is no exception. Despite being completely devoid of description, the image is so packed with grandeur and detail that it immediately invites the viewer to create a narrative around the picture.
The Sulaco is one of my all-time favorite spaceship designs, a big brutalist box with pointy bits coming out the front, reflecting the aesthetics of the Marine’s pulse rifles without overdoing the similarity. It’s a classic design and has been done skillfully by various builders quite a few times over the years, but this latest by Shannon Ocean might be the best yet.
Adam Dodge shows us that the meteor didn’t annihilate the dinosaurs, it carried them to the stars. This build combines two of my favorite things, to the utter delight of my inner eight year old. I’m looking forward to seeing the new possibilities for remixing dinosaurs with the Jurassic World sets.
Zi Zy has been consistently churning out fantastic small-scale mecha and creating scenes for them that mix Lego and more traditional model-building elements. The result is an amazing hybrid that imbues the Lego models with an unusual degree of realism.
Just in time for the holiday, Tyler Sky posted this adorable trio of Snoopy, Woodstock, and tomorrow night’s dinner.
Galaktek has a long-running series of animals piloting mecha, but this penguin themed one might be my favorite so far. Even in robot form this penguin can’t fly, but who cares about that when you can glide along the ice with this level of panache?
Vince Toulouse is a master at building curved shapes out of Lego, a consistently difficult feat. His latest spacecraft combines his curved style with a vertical axis to make something that feels properly alien. The variety of manipulator arms at the bottom cement the otherworldly vibe.
Brother Steven artfully captures the moment a home intruder breaks in and steals the owner’s valuables, before subsequently escaping and murdering the wronged homeowner. I never quite got the moral of that story.
I particularly like the expression on the giant’s face in the picture above, but be sure to check out the full shot for the fantastic details.
Tim Goddard and Andrew Hamilton revisit the distant planet of Panduro, but this time it’s no mere colony. They’ve built a thriving microscale city on the inhospitable planet, filled with movement, motorization and monorails.
Be sure to check out the video to see the whole display in action;
This gorgeous display by Daniele Daprile is a perfect blend of trains and tropical beaches. There are far too many details for one photo, so be sure to click through and check out the whole set.