When it comes to catching someone’s eye with a LEGO model, the initial WOW-factor of the presentation obvioulsy has a lot to do with it. With Victor Vercesi’s (Bricksbeard) M299 Utility Vehicle, the first impression is most certainly WOW! The bright colours and contrasting background makes this model jump right out at you. Based on Continue reading →
LEGO Vehicle models on The Brothers Brick | Page 4
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).
Nathan Proudlove needs no introduction to any LEGO fan who hasn’t been living under a rock for the last decade. The man is not only an incredibly nice person, he is a fantastic builder as well. Currently he is working on a series of vehicles based on the four horsemen of the apocalypse. Death just Continue reading →
I had to blog this little sports car by “de-marco” to make sure enough people see his cleverness. Especially on the bonnet and indented doors. Magnificent. And it’s the correct 5-wide ;)
The Honda CBR1000RR is a gorgeous motorbike, especially in Repsol racing colors. Oryx Chen does this lovely orange machine justice with a LEGO rendition that looks like it’s ready to take to the track. Thanks to Henrik for the heads up!
So maybe I am a leg man…at least when it comes to ficticious 28th century machines. Today’s feature is all about delicious stompy goodness. And since Hallowe’en is just around the corner it is rather convenient that in the Ma.K world these also tend to be creepy as well :D Chris Maddison goes old school Continue reading →
Is of course in a decked out, all-terrain Land Explorer, like this monster from Luis Baixinho. I love the way the treads pull up under the vehicle to give it maximum clearance over rough terrain, but then lower to afford easy egress for some pedestrian exploring and surveying, via an awesome retractable ramp. Plus it’s Continue reading →
Lino M proves that even wheelchair accessible vehicles can be bitchin’ rides! This ’53 Ford Panel Truck has two wheelchair access ramps, and plenty of bad to the bone style! I could totally see Lauretta from Robert Munch’s book, Zoom! driving this kind of truck :D
There’s nothing like a good visual pun, but unfortunately this one is just sub-par. Nevertheless, Paul Vermeesch has dug deep to bring us a real groaner.
I’m always a bit of a sucker for a well-built tank, though I admit to not keeping up specifically with who’s currently got the most accurate LEGO tank and whatnot. I do know a nice-looking tank when I see one, though, and flickr user DutchLego has a hardy-looking M4A3. Before everyone screams it, yes, it Continue reading →
If there’s ever such a thing as a SHIP on wheels, then this is it. Pierre E Fieschi spent the last six weeks constructing this Capital Planetary Deployment Unit for the colonization of distant worlds. Despite the unusual shape of this vehicle, it looks very functional from the right balance of details and distinctly colored Continue reading →
Mike C (BloodRedDragon) built a comically styled starfighter that was just too well done to pass up! Mutant giant bunnies beware!
Mark Stafford‘s new Cyclopian: Cyrana ship shows off the potential of Hero Factory and Bionicle elements. It’s swooshy and bad ass! I hope this is the birth of a new meme. Time to dig out those Bionicle bits!
Jeffrey Matthews (Jeffykins) proves that you can take a relatively simple build and put it over the top with finishing details. The ship itself is a great little swooshy starfighter, but the sticker work and play features make this all the more awesome. In particular, check out the subtle use of small bits and pieces Continue reading →
It’s a question I’ve never had to ask myself until I saw these models by Alex Jones (“Orion Pax”)
The MDI.12 “Huski” by m_o_n_k_e_y has forced me to take a brief break from my current obsession with historical and near-future spacecraft rendered in LEGO. The Huski appears to have independent suspension on its balloon tires, an airlock/hatch, and some sort of cannon (which I’ll assume tracks and shoots errant meteors and not aliens, since Continue reading →