We weren’t going to dignify this attack on BrickArms by posting it here, but we have been getting a flood of emails concerning it. So, here it is. In the December 4th edition of the UK-based SUN, this article appeared. Article Scan by Andrew Summersgill The full text is as follows: A RANGE of Lego-style Continue reading →
LEGO BrickArms models on The Brothers Brick | Page 3
BrickArms makes custom weapons and accessories compatible with LEGO minifigs. LEGO purists might balk at the tiny AK-47s and realistic bazookas, but BrickArms products are ingrained in the LEGO building community at this point and we hope they’re here to stay.
Here is our final installment of the incredible prototypes that we drooled over at BrickCon. Being primarily a Castle fan, I was most excited by the Long Sword and Rapier: Another historical weapon that should be popular with the Pirate fans is the bayonet, attached via an extremely versatile U-clip: I also fell in love Continue reading →
Will Chapman from BrickArms took the summer off from work to try focusing exclusively on custom minifig accessories. Starting with BrickWorld 2008 in June, each LEGO convention has revealed more and more new products and prototypes. Thanks to the extra time he has now, Will has been churning out more prototypes in his garage than Continue reading →
We mentioned the new accessories from BrickArms during BrickCon, and picked them up at their booth the moment they opened. The newly released M21 Sniper Rifle isn’t substantially different from the hand-molded prototype we previewed a few months ago, but it’s great to see the final version in production. My M21 is being put to Continue reading →
Zombie Apocafest 2008 just wrapped up at BrickCon, and I spent about an hour taking pictures. Front and center in the display was Ryan Wood‘s beautiful watchtower: Josh, Nannan, and I awarded “Best Zombified Building” to Paul Hetherington‘s “Casa Baron”: Paul’s building has a full interior, including comfy chairs and a working elevator. We loved Continue reading →
Recent visitors to the BrickArms Web site will have noticed the intriguing message that they’ll be back soon with new products. Just in time for BrickCon 2008, the site is now back online with all-new items, including: M21 Sniper Rifle Baseball Bat Lee-Enfield SMLE Zombie Defense Weapons Pack We’ll of course have full coverage of Continue reading →
Apologies for boring 99% of our readers, but this is still the fastest way to communicate with the fairly large number of TBB readers who are attending BrickCon later this week. Fill out your MOC cards now MOC (My Own Creation) cards identify your LEGO creations for fellow attendees and the general public. They also Continue reading →
BrickCon 2008 begins this Thursday! When I announced prizes and giveaways for the Zombie Apocafest, I realized we needed a good way to repel the zombie menace. What better way to fend of that flesh-eating horde than with a special set of weapons designed for just that purpose from BrickArms? In addition to the other Continue reading →
Will Chapman of BrickArms was at BrickWorld 2008 the weekend before last, and Nannan scored a selection of custom items and prototypes for future BrickArms products. Since this isn’t a review (like my recent BrickForge review), I’ll mainly just show you pictures. My favorite BrickArms prototype is the unique Lewis gun from World War I: Continue reading →
Smells like…creativity! (Custom torso and M4/M16 rifle by BrickArms.)
At BrickCon in October, I learned about the Halo-inspired weapons and the M1 Garand rifle that Will Chapman of BrickArms was working on at the time (see First look at new BrickArms weapons). Last week, I received my shipment of new 2008 BrickArms weapons, and I’ve been eagerly building and waiting for a break in Continue reading →
Brickarms, the popular provider of quality custom minifig guns has recently released new designs available for purchase. In addition: -New weapons are available in silver. -The BrickArms Medkit is also available -Check out new BrickArms t-shirts Via BrickJournal for more detailed descriptions.
For those of you who haven’t had the pleasure of attending a presentation by BrickArms founder Will Chapman, Gizmodo has a great interview you should go read now. A brief excerpt: Jesús Diaz: I think the simplification of the real world weapons is amazing. How is the creative process? How do you decide on one Continue reading →
The latest episode of LAML Radio hosts an interview including content about Brickarms. Learn more about this great customs minifig weapons shop and listen to the podcast.
BrickArms creator Will Chapman has been hard at work developing designs for his mystical “third mold.” We’ve already seen prototype weapons, but the latest designs include a scalpel and syringe. Click the picture and check them out in a couple new vignettes by corran101: