Mark (petzoldhaus) from Youtube built a motorized Siege Tank from Starcraft 2. Not only does it run by remote control, it also converts into siege mode for punishing your opponent’s clumped up ground forces and buildings. You can see the internal workings in this video.
Matt De Lanoy (Pepa Quin) continues his awesome series of StarCraft II LEGO creations with his latest, the Medivac Dropship.
Dropships are one of my favorite sci-fi vehicles, and Matt’s SC2 version doesn’t disappoint. Note the brick-built red crosses and how Matt has incorporated the new Space Police III spikes. (Via Young Spacers Association Blog.)
And since we missed it last month, here’s Matt’s SCV (which I suspect is good to go):
See all of Matt’s StarCraft II LEGO creations on Flickr.
The Brothers Brick has a long history of appreciation for Blizzard+LEGO, going all the way back to my fifth post (though lately Valve+LEGO is catching up). Here’s hoping the third StarCraft II creation in a month reveals a growing trend.
This might be old, given the hit-count in the folder, but keika03‘s Brickshelf gallery includes a pretty cool factory from StarCraft we haven’t featured here previously:
Brickshelfer and Classic-Spacer Jerac posted something so cool I can’t help posting it. (Sorry Linus!)
Jerac calls it a “Corviwurm,” but it looks very much like a Zerg Mutalisk (which he acknowledges in his CSF post):
I always liked clicking my WarCraft and StarCraft units repeatedly to see what they’d say. Some pretty hilarious stuff after about ten clicks (especially Ogres). Anyway, Flickrite jehkay has posted a cool little SCV:
What I like about LEGO creations based on StarCraft is that the low resolution on reference pictures gives the builder a lot of freedom to create unique solutions and interesting details. In jehkay’s SCV, I especially like the new wheel well thingy surrounding the driver.