TBB recognizes the importance of family on this day dedicated to mothers everywhere. Lego Admiral has been hard at work building up his force of Warhammer 40K futuristic killing machines and he has thoughtfully gathered them all together for a group-shot. The Valkyrie Assault Carrier hovers maternally above the tribe, and from left to right: Continue reading →
LEGO Warhammer models on The Brothers Brick
Ryan McNaught (TheBrickMan) takes large-scale mecha to a whole new level with this one. “Warhammer” is over 4 feet tall, took two weeks to build, and incorporates over 25,000 pieces. I love how it’s stomping a McDonald’s… Thanks to Bruce for the tip!
We’ve featured many of Jarek‘s Warhammer 40K creations in the past, but this is a first. Instead of scale models of vehicles or troops from the games, he’s built a life-sized gun from the game. He’s built in several cool play features, though not launching a projectile, which you can see in his youtube video, Continue reading →
Jerac has built some fantastic renditions of Warhammer 40K space marines. He’s built several marines, and given them a matching Landspeeder and Drednaught. I’m especially impressed with the way he came up with to render the trademark oversized space marine shoulder pauldrons.
Sebastian Arts (Aliencat) is one of those multi-talented builders capable of surprising me with each new LEGO creation. His latest is a nasty piece of work inspired by Warhammer 40K — the Necron Heavy Destroyer: See more pictures of the Necron Heavy Destroyer on MOCpages.
Especially when they’re inspired by Warhammer 40K. Mark Stafford and Flickr’s CBLA_Member have both built new creations based on Warhammer 40K, and both are Red. CBLA has built a pirate mecha (right) to scale for minifigs, which makes excellent use of a Jack Stone skull piece for marking on the shoulder. Mark has built a Continue reading →
Andrew Lee has finally done something that I’ve been hoping someone would do for years. He’s built a space ship inspired by Warhammer 40K’s chaos forces. The Skalathrax features uses repetition of form to achieve a complex surface, especially along the top, which is almost spinal. Although I’d like to see some even crazier stuff Continue reading →
Kidthor (MOCPages) incorporates LEGO Castle elements into this big, chunky mech from the Warhammer 40K universe:
LUGPol member Kris Kelvin has built a rather cool, custom version of Archaon, Lord of the End Times. For you pathetic non-gamers, that’s a character from Warhammer Fantasy Battle (I had to go look it up myself).
Inspired by Alex Kahler’s micro creation featuring a mini Dreadnought from Warhammer 40K, Jarek presents a micro dio featuring a few of his designs, including a nifty little tank, complete with an accompanying diorama.
Alex Kahler minimized the Hellfire Dreadnought from Warhammer 40k into a micro vignette at the same time keeping all the defining details, making the model instantly recognizable to fans of the game.
Andrew Lee has been tinkering with this mecha for a while now, and this latest variant is reminiscent of Warhammer 40,000. The standard is extremely cool.
Third link post. I hope everyon’s getting the hang of this. I’ve run across a bunch of these in Richard McCarthy’s LEGO SigFig Flickr group. Chuck’s Templar Hardsuit and Chris Bragg’s vampire: Legohaulic, as himself: Moko minifigs: TsoAutTmo’s Sandman and Patrick Morgan’s Ultramarine from Warhammer 40,000:
Hurray! Another game-inspired mecha! Freshly posted by Brickshelfer Jerac, here’s a “Hellfire Dreadnought” from the real-time strategy game Warhammer: 40,000: Be sure to click the image for the full gallery, and check out Jerac’s older Warhammer creations in this gallery. Technorati tags: LEGO Mecha Warhammer Computer Games RTS Real-Time Strategy Brickshelf