Adrian Florea clearly wields a protractor like a geometric Jedi. The varying angles and protruding shapes, coupled with the masterfully complex colour blocking, make his GARC – CopII a very interesting ship to look at. The background story is also good for a chuckle…
LEGO GARC models on The Brothers Brick
Sadly I seem to have somehow missed this fantastic render by TFDesigns. But thankfully I have seen it now. Not only is the image itself a brilliant editing job, but the design of the t-shirt trailer is top notch. Awesome job all around!! Edit: Also check out his LowRover :)
Although it’s unlikely I’ll be able to contribute to this latest LEGO bandwagon, I’ve certainly enjoyed watching the new models come out of the GARC craze. Built in my favorite color, VolumeX‘s TEAM G-Hornet46 includes some really interesting parts usage under all those stickers — especially the light & sound brick from the Insectoids sets Continue reading →
Tough luck to TR that I got in first on this GARC. With his Rendez-Vous, Nathan Proudlove shows he’s clearly a fan of rainbow warriors.
Andrew Lee (onosendai2600) took the classic Town racing set 6395 and applied a liberal amount of GARC to it. The result is the most delicious group of space raceships I have ever laid eyes on. Andrew built 4 very distinctive and unique ships to represent the different cars from the set. Each one is awesome Continue reading →
It’s been a while since we’ve seen a genuinely successful LEGO bandwagon — remember Cave Racers and IATTAR? — but it looks like GARC (which, as you may recall, is a thing) is taking off quite nicely. One of my favorites so far is this garish beauty by Uspez Morbo that he calls the “Techno Continue reading →
Because spacers take things that are awesome and make them more awesome by adding SPACE!!!! By .Jake By Uspez Morbo By halfbeak By LordHarrier Further information…