We first featured this sleek Spinner from Blade Runner by Gorazd Vahen (Kaitimar) more than five years ago. In the intervening years, Gorazd has tweaked his model and added some excellent virtual decals. The most notable improvements are the police lights, as well as a sleeker and smoother rear behind the cab. It’s always interesting Continue reading →
LEGO Movies models on The Brothers Brick | Page 2
Films and the cinema provide a lot of great inspiration for LEGO builders all over the world. You’ll find LEGO models inspired by everything from Mad Max to Toy Story here.
I enjoyed the water texture in Blake Baer‘s Ice Age creation, but a closer look revealed that the “Ice Age” logo was made out of Lego as well! See more photos on MOCpages.
You don’t have to be a genius billionaire playboy philanthropist to make your own Arc Reactor. In fact, this one by H.Y. Leung (Mr.Attacki) with a built-in glow feature is pretty convincing. Via FBTB
Robert H. (Robiwan_Kenobi) has built the Golden Army robot from the Hellboy II film. The combination of gold and translucent red parts make this one stunning machine to look at. He says that this has been a work in progress for a year and a half. I am so very glad that he finished it, Continue reading →
Blake Baer has build us a very nice model of the fish tank and the gang from the Pixar movie Finding Nemo. This creation was build for the yearly competition over at MOCpages called MocOlympics. Join the group over at MOCpages and enjoy all the nice creations there will surely be built for this occasion.
The latest creations by the power functions mastermind Peer Kreuger (mahjqa) hail from The Dark Knight Rises. Check out the video to see the Tumbler tearing up the streets with The Bat “flying” above.
I am always happy to see beautiful Harry Potter creations once in a while. Despite all the sets, it seams to me that there aren’t much of HP creations these days. This Dumbeldore’s oval office build by Robuko was a real treat. I love the frame built using technic threads, bookcases and the walls. Check Continue reading →
Adrian Drake (brickfrenzy just completed his 70,000 piece Serenity (from the wonderful but short-lived series Firefly) after more than 475 hours of work over nearly two years. The ship weights 135 pounds and has a complete interior, from bow to stern. Many interior spaces also have lighting, and the shuttles detach. We’ve featured some great Continue reading →
Michael McCooey recently made an action figure of the the Dark Knight in anticipation of the movie. The figure is very posable, and there are tons of pictures on Flickr and MOCpages to prove it.
The newest Ice Age movie came out this weekend, and Bruce Lowell has the perfect Lego creation for the occasion.
Well, this may not be the first time Star Trek devices have been built out of LEGO bricks, but it definitely is one of the most impressive. Tommy Williamson beautifully and masterfully recreates the Phaser Type-II, Communicator, and Tricorder from Star Trek: The Original Series. Like a good citizen of the 23rd century, he spruces Continue reading →
In what is shaping up to be a meme (how many ways can the space ship Prometheus be expressed in LEGO) , Andrew Lee graces us with a really well done interpretation of the titular movie ship. Can’t wait to see who else takes on the challenge.
It’s great to be corrected when the correction reveals that I’ve missed something awesome. I said in my last post about Si-MOCs’ microsocale Prometheus) that I hadn’t found another LEGO version of this great ship, but Niki Dregant has in fact built a much-larger version: At this scale, a whole lot more detail is possible, Continue reading →
I saw Ridley Scott’s Prometheus a couple weeks ago, and I’m still a bit ambivalent about it. I appreciate the cosmic scope that makes the Alien trilogy (yes, I said trilogy) seem decidedly minuscule, but it left me more frustrated than anything else. I don’t necessarily need all my questions answered by a movie, but Continue reading →
As soon as I’ve seen this photo’s thumbnail, it reminded me of Avatar. I turns out that -infomaniac- really based this creation on the Western Air Temple from the show. Amazing rock work, beautiful trees and architecture is what makes me like this. On the side note, if you still haven’t, it’s time to start Continue reading →