This LEGO cinematic masterpiece looks like it came straight out of a sci-fi movie! Intruder Alert is a build by Bart De Dobbelaer (@bartdedobbelaer) showcasing his knack for incredible and suspenseful brick compositions.
This time of year in the northern hemisphere can be a bit depressing, especially as far north as it is here at TBB headquarters (poor Lemur…). Peteris Strogis sheds some light on this dark time with this futuristic, solar-powered vehicle. Every greeble seems to have a purpose, and the rear tires built from track treads Continue reading →
In future, greebles will be highly prized and fought over. David Roberts has built a vehicle to safeguard all those precious bits. I love the brightness of this rover. The white highlights really seem to jump out and I love the steering mechanism! Using the pistons makes for a really smooth turn. Very nicely done, Continue reading →
Apparently even a castle can be greebly. This fortress, by ErykCoa, packs quite the visual punch. So many different pieces, techniques, angles and colors all vie for attention, but somehow it melts together for a very interesting effect.
Sometimes an idea alone is noteworthy. Checkout this vignette by Théo (Titolian)
I have no idea what “Twilight Sun” or “USDF” are, but I do know that this hardsuit by Luke Lyons (Tac) has more greeblage than is absolutely necessary. In some cases, too much of a good thing is still a good thing. The little red HUD adds a splash of color, and even the feet Continue reading →
Mark Kelso‘s latest build is a greeble sandwich called The Aussie-Saucer, featuring the the Australian minifig Sig Ocean Figgy, a.k.a Shannon Ocean‘s sigfig. Check out the interior controls, and spot the iPod.
Is 12 Grimmauld Place from Harry Potter as magical as we’d think? Read our review to find out.
Bounty-hunting has never been easier than with Greg Dalink’s latest battle-mech!
While he may not be able to play fetch, yet… this little robot dog spot is sure to warm your heart.
Prepare yourself for a deep dive into W. Navarre’s latest build from a theoretical Assassin’s Creed game. It’s a “leap of faith” to behold!
LEGO has just revealed the next Technic supercar, the Ferrari Daytona SP3! At 23 inches long and 3,778 pieces, this bright red beast is coming June 1!