Even though LEGO has released ship hulls in other colors, it’s unusual to see fan-made LEGO sailing ships that aren’t brown. Haung (rack911) combines red hulls with light gray to create a battleship evocative of warships of the early 20th century. The round cannon doors, LEGO Castle minifigs, and the tall statue ahead of the Continue reading →
This gorgeous ruined castle by Haung showed up on Brickshelf‘s “Recent” page a couple days ago, so even though he posted it to MOCpages back in January, it’s definitely worth a blog now. A colossal statue stands guard over the entrance to a fully detailed interior: See more pictures in Haung’s MOCpages or Brickshelf gallery.
rack911 thinks his vampire is cute, but I find it a little disturbing (but in an enjoyable sense).
As OJ says over on The Living Brick, “The great thing about Japan and China using the same zodiacal chart but celebrating the New Year on different dates is that I get to do this twice!” Indeed. Schneider Cheung celebrates the Year of the Dragon with the most wonderfully sculpted Chinese dragon I’ve ever seen. Continue reading →
rack911 haung shows what’s really under the skin of Spongebob, and it’s definitely not squishy.
I don’t know about you, but I got my red envelope on Chinese New Years a few weeks back. Here, two builders from Asia, rack911 and MrH have created the God of Wealth (財神). You can see the character 財, meaning wealth, depicted in both creations (in the latter it appears on the stand). Here’s Continue reading →
This miniature version of the Colosseum by rack911 has all the grandeur of the real landmark. The model has a detailed interior depicting the modern day ruins. Even more spectacular are the lights that create an eerie glow. You can see all the pictures on Brickshelf.
If LEGO released Monster Bar instead of the upcoming Fire Brigade, I wouldn’t hesitate to buy it. But I don’t think the company would endorse cannibalism unlike Haung (rack911), the builder of this model. Take a look at the gallery to see what I mean.
This microscale transport by Haung (rack911) is an excellent creation that makes good use of colors, not to mention a few parts such as planks and textured wall pieces, which are definitely not expected on a spaceship but nevertheless works well in this case!
Check out this well-built model of the Droid Tri-fighter from Star Wars by Brickshelf user rack911. While there has not been many recent noteworthy UCS (ultimate collector series) Star Wars creations, there has been two good tri-fighter models in the past by Reto and wintermoog.
Inspired and influenced by Steven Marshall’s Johnny 5 robot from the movie Short Circuit, Brickshelf user rack911 has constructed an equally amazing model of Johnny 5. Check out the gallery for some cool mechanical detail pictures.