This one tricked me. Gilcelio built this very realistic padlock and hasp, put it on a lovely brick-built chest, and I didn’t realize it was LEGO until after I clicked on it. Very impressive. I love realistic, full-size recreations of everyday objects.
Christopher Roberts built this as a birthday present for a surfing friend’s sixteenth birthday. Pretty Rad! I really like the pose he was able to achieve with those brick hinges. His color choices really make it look like she is wearing a wetsuit, which you need for surfing here in the great state of Washington!.
This little beauty, by Jackson, has a lot going for it. The beefy engines give it somewhat of a ‘chibi’ look which I’m liking here. The color selection and precise sticker arrangement work together to give it a nice, clean feel.
Lino Martins takes us back to the 80s with this custom mini-truck build. The color scheme and giant speakers in the bed give us a clue as to where we are, but it’s the owners of this fine machine that leave us no doubt. Lino has all the details right, including the woman’s teased hair, belted leotard and legwarmers along with the man’s mullet, pink shirt and white jacket. This build takes all of us 80s children back to the future and makes us wonder what we were thinking.
This pair of hard-bitten space warriors are sporting hard-suits common to their species. √erde’ has this long backstory about how the wolves are all mean and everything. Don’t you believe it. That bird looks like it deserves everything it gets.
I love the angles, lines and exposed frame on this beauty. The olive green is a good color choice as well. I don’t know if it based on the British Ocelot or not, as there are similarities and differences and Cole doesn’t say in his description. Regardless, Cole Blaq has created a killer off-road monster here.
Well, Karf has done it again. He’s built something really weird that I can’t help but post here. I’m weak.
This charming, little bot is in need of love and hugs. At least that is what he wants you to think. I do want to point out that the tan highlights really make this creepy thing stand out…that and all the saws. Karf says that S.A.D.I.S.T. stands for Slice And Dice Interdiction Storm Trooper. I don’t care what it stands for, I’m not going anywhere near that thing!
This bison sculpture is something special. This would be a stunning piece in any medium. But in LEGO, the texture of the hinge plates and the contrast of colors between the rider and the bison makes for a nice, subtle blend. Kristof calls it “Heritage”. I call it an incredible work of art.
Amazon.com has kicked off its Black Friday week with some good sales on LEGO sets, if you are looking to do some early Christmas shopping or just want to pick up something for your own collection.
LEGO Friends Olivia’s House 3315is currently $55.47, down from an original price of $74.99.
LEGO Kings Castleis on sale for $85.07, down from $99.99.
Lego Castle Dragon Mountain – 70403is currently $41.33, down from $49.99.
LEGO City 60025 Grand Prix Truck Toy Building Setis $20.99, down from $29.99.
LEGO Superheroes 76011 Batman: Man-Bat Attackis currently $16.00, down from $19.99.
LEGO Super Heroes Spider-Cycle Chase 76004is $14.79, down from $19.99.
LEGO Superheroes 76017 Captain America vs. Hydrais $14.97, down from $19.99.
LEGO Super Heroes Superman Vs Power Armor Lex 6862is $15.00, down from $19.99.