Back in December of 2012 Malte Dorowski added to his fine stable of Porsche models with this Japanese tuned RWB 964.
LEGO Vehicle models on The Brothers Brick | Page 3
LEGO planes, trains, and automobiles! Well, maybe not trains, since they don’t like to play with the other LEGO themes, but here you’ll find all our favorite cars, buses, boats, ships, helicopters, and anything else with an engine (and some without).
We’ve featured many gloriously oversized LEGO vehicles by Marek Markiewicz (M_longer) over the years, including his L 580 wheel loader, TH550 underground mining truck, and Caterpillar 24M grader. Marek’s latest truck is the massive — and fully motorized — Liebherr T 282B haul truck, used in mining and heavy construction. Marek’s model is fully functional, Continue reading →
Kyle Collard (Lazer Blade) says that he built this wonderful little drone in 10 minutes…I wish I was that efficient! The unique shape and rockin’ colour scheme really make this ship pop. Well played Mr. Collard, well played!
Vimal Patel has built a sweet LEGO Technic version of the the A-Team’s iconic van, and it’s remote controlled. Vimal’s also filmed this awesome video of it in action (though I wish it had that classic A-Team music, but I’m guessing Vimal doesn’t want to get sued).
Eight months ago I built a spaceship and my son Tate decided that the pilot should be my wife Trish. I thought that sounded like a nice idea, and since I didn’t want any family member to feel left out I decided to build one for each of us. I built both my son Milo’s, Continue reading →
…because it is too big to fit out the door. Ryan McNaught has built quite possibly the coolest helicopter ever to be created with LEGO. His Erickson Air-Crane “Elvis” has been created with over 100,000 LEGO elements, and was built in only a month! Those of you lucky enough to be attending Brickvention will be Continue reading →
I watched My Neighbour Totoro for the first time just after Christmas. I wish I had seen it years ago, because it was absolutely wonderful. So seeing legorobo:waka’s model of the iconic Catbus was right up my alley! I love the somewhat simplified/blocky style…and that smile is just spot on! But the coolest feature is Continue reading →
Ralph Savelsberg (Mad_physicist) has built a lot of very nice cars through the years, both minifig sized, and at around 1:22. Today he presents a model of a Mercedes Actros car transporter to show a bunch of them off. I reckon this would look very nice on my display shelf.
When I first saw Jason Heltebridle’s (Moctagon Jones) latest creation, I immediately thought Cobra POGO. In my books anything that reminds me of a classic G.I. Joe vehicle is glorious…the fact that Jason built a cleanly designed and nicely detailed space vehicle helped too I suppose.
Chris’ (Ironsniper) AV Transport Truck is an example of a model where no piece is wasted. He says that this was a morning power-build, that is some efficient building! The more I look at this, the more I love it. The sleek near-future style with the clean colour scheme and simplistic cargo all come together Continue reading →
When I was buying sets to review, I had wanted to purchase 70501 Warrior Bike, but unfortunately wasn’t able to get it, so I settled instead for 70502 Cole’s Earth Driller, which is similarly sized. Although I still want to get the Warrior Bike eventually, I’m happy I got Cole’s Earth Driller, because it turned Continue reading →
Here’s a visceral scene by Riccardo Zangelmi. I love the simple architecture which evokes a heavy industrialized zone through so few pieces, and the irregular base that adds a great sense of motion to the diorama. And that monstrous unicycle is just awesome.
This one’s a year old, but we missed it last year and Iain just blogged it over on The Living Brick, so I say it’s fair game. Joe Klang (-derjoe-) built the Wagon Queen Family Truckster from National Lampoon’s Vacation. I’d seen all the other National Lampoon vacation movies, but somehow managed to avoid the Continue reading →
Ralph (Mad Physicist) is assembling a fleet of British vehicles for displays he contributes to as part of the Brickish Association in the UK. His latest is a Miniland-scale Routemaster, better known as the double-decker London bus. Ralph captures the iconic curves wonderfully. I never got the opportunity to take a ride on one while Continue reading →
Arjan Oude Kotte’s (Konajra) Fireplay 33 tugboat is a stunning creation that combines large-scale sculpting with advanced detailing techniques. The model contains more than 20,000 pieces and took more than 250 hours to design and build. All that work should warrant a visit to the gallery on Flickr for more pictures!