I feel truly awful that I never got around to featuring more than a handful of the wonderful microscale models from the recent Mi-Fi contest run by The Living Brick. (Can you ever forgive me, Iain?) Anyway, Iain and Rod have announced the winners! nolnet‘s “1.21 Gigawatts” and halfbeak‘s “Resistance is Futile” deservedly took the Continue reading →
LEGO The Matrix models on The Brothers Brick
Lee Jones (Doc069) recreates this iconic scene from the Matrix of Neo’s final battle with Smith. The scene is complete with 100 copies of Smith looking on from the rain-soaked backdrop. Meanwhile, check out Lee’s 300 spartans. You’ve always wondered what that would look like, right?
Nathan Proudlove has given The Matrix some renewed attention with his new sentinel creation. He took pains to make it simple enough that it can be built by almost anyone and from parts that are in most collections. He even took extra time to post some instructions so that we could each build our own.
Brandon Griffith (icgetaway) displayed two knockout mosaics at BrickCon last October. In addition to their enormous proportions (scale picture 1 and 2), these mosaics are constructed from effective and unusual building techniques. The first, called See Your Enemy, depicts the scene from the Matrix when Neo sees the real representation of Agent Smith. The mosaic Continue reading →
Andrew Lee‘s astounding Ganesha hovership from the Matrix is an instant crowd-pleaser. Having improved much from the old version several years ago, the new hovership combines new parts and building techniques in the best Matrix creation I have seen.