Aurore&aube, who seems to specialize in amazing creature creations, has made this most amazing dragon. The shaping of the head is genius and note the organic feel of the wings created by mixing various technic elements.
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Creepy crawly or fuzzy & fluffly (yes, that’s possible in LEGO), we love our LEGO animals. Check them out here, and fall in love yourself.
I don’t know what the Hurricane Liger is, or why it deserves a monument, but I’m glad Cade Roster (Apocalust) gave it one.
Mike Nieves (retinence) is the most innovative Bionicle builder I know. His style of using the appropriate parts to create seamless contours is both imaginative and reflective of great skill. His artwork-inspired Xenomorph Rex is breathtaking in its biomechanical composition.
The newest Ice Age movie came out this weekend, and Bruce Lowell has the perfect Lego creation for the occasion.
This is a splendid little diorama by flickr user SweStar, depicting the summoning of a Stone Golem. The uneven base is very nicely done, and the builder has found a great way to incorporate the spirals of transparent 1×2 plates.
Taylor (Stormbringer) has made an excellent rendition of Maleficent the dragon from Disney’s Sleeping Beauty. The dragon design is really quite stunning, and the fantastic landscaping is just icing on the cake! He has posted this as a project on Cuusoo as well. Be sure to check out the rest of Taylor’s dragons because he Continue reading →
Flickr user Deus Otiosus has been building some really terrific castle dioramas lately, and his newest caught my eye in particular, with its extraordinary rock sculpting, which is a technique I’ve never seen used on that scale before. Also worth mentioning are the lovely dragon wings.
DeTomaso Pantera (DeTomaso77) recently began posting some seriously gorgeous LEGO representations of British birds that I just can’t pass up. My favorite is this adorable robin named “Bobby,” complete with the handle of a spade to perch on. Beyond the beautiful birds themselves, what I love about these is how DeTomaso has presented them in Continue reading →
There are many animal styles of Kung Fu, each of which was represented by a character in the movie Kung Fu Panda. Jack McKeen (madLEGOman) has built almost all of those characters out of his bricks. I think he’s done a fantastic job of creating expressive faces for all the mammals. The mantis model also Continue reading →
Victor Bartolome (Wafflebottom) calls these little robots “The Exploders.” I call them darn cute. Just by posing the heads differently, he manages to convey different emotional states. I wonder if batteries are included.
The best trick to make a mecha model look really great, is to ensure it’s got as close to ‘human’ movement as is possible. Nate Descatro has achieved this in a very compact and very stylish design. It looks highly adaptable too.
This is a roundup post featuring some of Legohaulic‘s recent builds, which centers around characters with expressive personalities. Check out his Flickr photostream for more works from this past prolific month.
Flickr user Teabox has built this dramatic scene portraying the summoning of a giant sea serpent, and uses it to illustrate a short comic. There are lots of neat bits about this model, not least of which is the impressive splash of the monster rising from the deep, but also note the brick-built boat, which Continue reading →
It looks like the cat in this little scene by Tyler Clites (Legohaulic) is looking for a little snack to tide it over until morning. Really, though, it’s the tiny aquarium buildings (practically micro scale castles) that set this apart for me. The effect is good enough that when I saw a small thumbnail of Continue reading →
This chibi F-22 built by Jack Marquez (Ewok in Disguise) is a nice model in its own right, without considering the pilot. It’s well built and adorably proportioned. The icing on the cake? It’s piloted by a raptor from the new Dino sets!