While it’s common for me to get super excited about Nutella, I think it’s a testament to this simple, but well executed build by Brucewaynelego, who manages to capture all my warm fuzzy feeling in this super recognizable model.
This Rube Goldberg machine by Christian Bechinie showcases an elegantly designed ball contraption surrounded by brick-built dominoes. Check out the entertaining video and see it all in motion.
This heart attack waiting to happen was so beautifully presented that I just had to highlight it. Kosmas Santosa has served up this lovely little meal, with ketchup on the side, and it makes me hungry just looking at it. It never ceases to amaze me when a builder can take just a few pieces and turn them into something that knocks your socks off. Simplicity is a wonderful thing..
This brick-built rendition of the famous Greek statue is very striking. The builder, MSP!, was able to recreate the iconic pose with a minimum amount of pieces and achieved a very nice sense of flow. I would love to see a series of these!
This evil warrior, by Mitch (Gamma-Raay), is loaded with all sorts of incredible detail and textures. The builder did an excellent job of seamlessly integrating a variety of parts into a cohesive whole. The finished effect is an incredible piece of art.
I like this guy. My family comes from the same general vicinity and I’m sure my ancestors were much like him. Well, probably more like the boneheaded companions mentioned in the description, but I digress. The Deathly Halliwell did a great job sculpting this figure. Naturally the torso stands out, but I also really like the face. The use of dark tan for the beard makes for a nice subtle effect and the dumbfounded look on his face is priceless!
Pate-keetongu built her and she is something special. We’ve seen quite a few wonderful figures similar to this one but the face puts her over the top. I have to say that the use of ‘batarangs’ was truly inspired!
Surprisingly this 24cm tall build only required about 700 pieces to create this master piece.
I love the use of the LEGO LEDs to light up the eyes and the shaping that George has been able to achieve using the various curved pieces, not just on the head, but taking the time to shape out the top of the torso as well. George plans on continuing this build and creating the rest of the chest – and the of course the arc-reactor!