WhiteFang from Eurobricks has reviewed the upcoming series 7 minifigs. You can see the full review on Eurobricks or pictures only on Flickr.
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Everybody loves LEGO minifigures — well, almost everybody. Minifigs are often the stars of the LEGO models we feature here on The Brothers Brick, but we also feature some amazing custom minifigs you’d never expect to see in an official LEGO set.
In Part 1 of “Confessions of a minifig customizer,” we heard from Jasbrick about how to get started with minifig customization, and in Part 2 we learned about how to paint great minifigs. In our final installment, Jasbrick shares tips about the best ways to take customization even farther. When you just can’t find the Continue reading →
In our first guest post from Jasbrick, we learned about how to get started with minifig customization. Now, let’s hear what he has to say about the tools of the trade. Now that you have a concept and have gone as far as you can by conventional means it is time to bring in the Continue reading →
As we say in our AFOL jargon glossary, purism is “a form of religious fundamentalism.” LEGO fandom includes a broad range of preferences for what’s “legal” and what’s not. In the spirit of broadening our horizons, we’re very pleased to bring you the first in a series of posts about LEGO minifig customization by master Continue reading →
I wonder if this diorama by Karwick stirs up memories for any of our readers. It depicts an AFOL father who’s decided to take over his children’s Lego collection, and start building. I’ll take the tied up children as a bit of poetic license. The story aside, this diorama is packed full of well-built details. Continue reading →
Two 17-year-olds from Toronto made a balloon to fly a minifig and camera 24 kilometers into the air. Check out the news article for photos and a video of this amazing feat. Via Toys N Bricks
Flickr user crises_crs portrays the new Collectible Minifig Series 6 Minotaur trying to put the mooves on a heifer in this beefed up vignette.
Ever since the announcement of LEGO Lord of the Rings and Hobbits sets in December, LEGO has been teasing us with posters of the minifigs. Aragorn wields Anduril in his promo shot. Legolas looks like he has a new Elvish hairpiece.
Series 6 Collectible Minifigures are beginning to show up in various retail stores and in significant quantities. I picked up a sealed case yesterday and the breakdown was as follows: 4x Alien 5x Highlander 3x Pajama Boy 3x Statue of Liberty 5x Bandit 4x Flamenco Dancer 3x Robot 5x Minotaur 4x Leprechaun 3x Roman 3x Continue reading →
If you’ve wondered what the Friends mini-dolls look like with other LEGO headgear, then L D M has what you’re looking for:
LEGO has released this hilarious video introducing all the new minifigs in the sixth Series of Collectible Minifigs, set up as a parody of some well-known American TV shows. I enjoyed it, and I think you will too.
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 →
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: