Mariann Asanuma (Model Gal) creates a wonderful miniland figure of the heroine Merida from Pixar Animation Studios’ Brave The repetitive parts use to create Merida’s iconic hair is rather ingenious. Not to mention, the bow design as well.
LEGO Pixar models on The Brothers Brick
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.
There are too many fantastic entries this month into LUGNut‘s Cars, Too theme, so I do believe I’m just going to list my favorites here, in no particular order. We are, after all, big fans of all things Pixar here at this humble blog. So! Onto the cars. Tim Inman, with Giselle Grocery Getter: Peter Continue reading →
Though The Brothers Brick couldn’t make it to New York this year for Toy Fair, our friends over at FBTB attended both the press event and the full show, to bring everyone great pictures of new and upcoming LEGO sets. A few quick highlights… LEGO Star Wars returns to Episode I: The Phantom Menace with Continue reading →
Matt De Lanoy (Pepa Quin) built Andy’s room in minifig scale – Toy Story minifig scale that is. Thus it’s quite a large display at 30″X30″. If you’re in Chicago, you can see this creation debut at NILTC’s Christmas Show on December 11-12. Meanwhile, you should check out the gallery of photos on Flickr, which Continue reading →
When Okay Yaramanoglu used Lego Toy Story minifigs to create Star Wars characters, the result is both startling and hilarious. See if you can identify who is who in this photo. You can find the answers in Okay’s Flickr photostream.
Joel Baker constructed a sculpture of the scene from Toy Story where Sid pulls out Woody and Buzz at the claw crane. Say, if there were no glass, would you still have to pay and use the claw? Check out more views on Joel’s Flickr set. Via The Un-Sung Brick
This giant Buzz goes to infinity and beyond. Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. Actually this giant Buzz, by Johnny Tang is very well done. The articulation, the sand-green highlights, the square-jawed chin. The green army men are just icing on the cake. Woody doesn’t stand a chance against this space toy! Edit: I posted this Continue reading →
Here is one that I missed. TKH did a superb job of capturing the saucy awesomeness that is Jessie. Thanks to The Living Brick for catching this.
Pixar’s Toy Story 3 will be out in movie theaters in a few weeks, but the LEGO Toy Story 3 are available now from the LEGO Shop online. 7597 Western Train Chase includes Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Jessie, Bullseye the horse, Rex the T-Rex, and Hamm the piggy bank. Some of the Toy Story sets look Continue reading →
Pixar movies seem to be a serious favorite here, and for me, UP is no exception. Peter Aoun’s latest little vignette brings the same sense of wonder, of far off places, of strange birds…and Doug.
The weekly LEGO news roundups we started to do proved to be too time-consuming, but this past month has been a busy one, and you may have missed a few things. Without further ado, in case you missed it… New product info, releases, and reviews: 10211 Grand Emporium will be released on March 1 First Continue reading →
In our interview with Angus MacLane back in 2008, we asked him why none of the toys in the previous two installments of the Toy Story series were LEGO. Read the interview to find out, but that gap has been corrected in Toy Story 3. They’re a bit hard to spot in this screen cap Continue reading →
Once again stealing the New York Toy Fair’s thunder, the first publicly available photos (read: not stolen or leaked) of late 2010 LEGO sets come from the Canadian Toy & Hobby Fair, via CTV tech reporter Kris Abel. Of particular note for LEGO Castle fans is the new Kingdoms theme. Check out Kris’ main post Continue reading →
It looks like Angus MacLane is at it again. This time, he’s built Luigi from the Pixar film Cars. This LEGO rendition is just as funny and cute as the original. I guess it shouldn’t come as a surprise when someone who works at Pixar builds something from their movies. What continues to be impressive Continue reading →