The customization of LEGO Friends mini-dolls continues. Victor Fernandez (eclipseGrafx) takes up the baton with his version of Tifa from Final Fantasy VII, complete with a massive Buster Sword that Cloud would be proud to wield (a custom accessory from Brick Command).
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This is not the page for LEGO purists. From heavily customized minifigures to LEGO pieces chopped, painted, and stickered to within an inch of their little plastic lives, this is where you’ll find some of the most creative uses — and abuses — of LEGO anywhere.
Minifig customizer and friend of the blog Catsy shared a write-up about attempting some customizations on the new LEGO Friends mini-dolls on the SEALUG mailing list, and he graciously agreed to let us share it here as well. This is the result of about half an hour or so of experimenting with the mini-dolls from Continue reading →
It’s no secret that Alex Jones né Schranz (Orion Pax) is a big sneaker fan. So his Sneaker Freaker van came as no surprise. These new mini vans are even more adorable than the big one.
Have a fantastic holiday! I hope your costumes are awesome, you gorge yourself on candy and sweets, and there are plenty of trick-or-treaters to your door. Oh! And I hope you don’t run into this guy: Many thanks to Jamie Spencer for his fantastic advent calendar this year. If you missed any of them, you Continue reading →
I have enjoyed opening my flickr page each day and seeing what Jamie Spencer (morgan19) has posted, so it’s a little bittersweet to know that advent is nearly done. Fortunately, I’ve got two more days before it’s all done. Bwahahahahaha. See the rest of the week’s minifigures here: October 21 October 23 October 24 October Continue reading →
I’ve somehow managed to go through my entire life never playing the much loved Mega Man. Drill Man is apparently one of the bosses. I reckon Bruce Lowell’s (Bruceywan) version is pretty boss.
The end, that is, of October and Jamie‘s fabulous advent calendar. I want to present this week’s batch, with my top two favorites: The Broken and Take your Cthulhu to Work Day. The other figures from this week are below: October 19 October 17 October 16 October 15
I saw these minifigures this morning and was just…impressed. I LOVE the combinations TheBrickAvenger‘s got going on to represent pirates. According to the description on the photo, these are contest entries for “A Pirate’s Life for Me” on LEGO Contest Network. This group of characters can be seen in action here:
The Creations for Charity store is now open where you can buy a custom Lego creation to fund the donation of Lego sets to Toys for Tots during the holidays. There are an unprecedented 35 MOCs to kick off this year’s store opening, and just about all are one-of-a-kind works sold on a first come, Continue reading →
The saga continues as Jamie Spencer releases his terror-filled fury of minifigures day by day. I’ve highlighted a few of my favorites from the last week that I particularly enjoyed; though, choosing one or two is exceedingly difficult. But the Mimes of Moria made me laugh; great timing, considering I just watched all three (extended Continue reading →
Part of the joy of the advent calendars is the surprise of not know what comes next. Jamie‘s calendar continues to do just that. I particularly like today’s play off Dorian Gray. I expect the Bonemeal Hag to appear in her own Grimm fairytale. Click for October 1-4!
I’d apologize for the amount of pictures in this post, but I’m not going to. I’m afraid that Jamie might just create a figure to come after me in my sleep. I’m compelled to post all that are available. And let’s face it: these are AWESOME. Jamie has started his annual Halloween advent, and the Continue reading →
Brian Williams (BMW_Indy) is definitely not a LEGO purist and likes to do things his own way. With results like this I can see why. Whenever I see something new by Brian I always find myself questioning my own rules. I’ve never seen The Wild Wild West TV show that inspired this creation, but I Continue reading →
Adam Grabowski goes for a drive with an icon in this Mini. We will forgive him for painting one piece, since it turned out so well. Now he needs to build Teddy.
Mark Stafford took a break from his real job and posted this lovely gem of a space ship.