This pagoda built by me will be displayed at Brickcon this week. I wanted to depict a subject of Chinese architecture not often seen in Lego. The pagoda is modeled after the Big Goose Pagoda from my hometown of Xi’an, China.
This antique telephone by Lee Young (edguy20) captures the ornate decorations that adorned such devices back in the day. However, it’s still quite a ways from the bending technology of the modern phone.
Tyler (Legohaulic) built the first modular SHIP featuring interchangeable sections measuring 10×10 studs. This idea never crossed most of our minds and here we see it executed to perfection.
This fictional bazaar by Jonas Wide (Gideon_83) showcases beautiful Middle Eastern architecture not often depicted in Lego. At night the streets light up and the festivities continue. Check out more photos on Flickr.
When I saw this photo by Koen (Swan Dutchman), I thought it was 6761 Bandit’s Secret Hide-Out, which was my first Lego set. I then realized that this was a remake with newer parts and more advanced building techniques. You can see more photos on Flickr to compare to the original.
Djordje (Djokson) used parts from Hero Factory to create this alien who’s full of expression. You can just see it in his eyes!
This set of mecha triplets by Izzo Yossi features a set of corresponding equipment including an aerial suit, a quadruped walker and a tank. They all look capable of dishing out a serious beating, but which one is your favorite?
I’ll enjoy a good vignette any day, and this one by Jonas O. (-Wat-) is an example of one that captures ample detail without trying to be extravagant.
Andy Baumgart (D-Town Cracka) is a master of military models, and this realistic 9K22 Tunguska Tracked Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft system is just proof of that. This new model is a redesign of an earlier version, and it’s interesting to note the differences between the two.
This heavily-armed mech by Ryuhei Kawai (kwi-chang) looks ready for combat. I like the subtle red accents and the hydraulics seen in the back view. You can see more photos in this Flickr album.