It’s three times the custom model fun with this awesome Astrotrain by Alan Yap (@alanyuppie78).
Alan Yap’s (@alanyuppie78) launched his own Project Omega with this LEGO version of Transformers: Animated Omega Supreme.
Roll out and grab your LEGO collection so Tiago Catarino (@tiagoreiscatarino) can show you how to build a transformable Optimus Prime.
Sam C. (@s2toys) brings one of the most fearsome Decepticons ever to brick form with this amazing Sixshot build.
There are lots of different versions of Transformers toys, but true children of the 80’s will remember that some were more focused on being cartoon-accurate action figures than on changing shape. @ChungpoCheng pays tribute to these important, classic, and often overlooked versions with a quintet of robotic heroes and villains.
Screaming of terror, these tiny Transformers by Joe Perez @joeperez_lego_artist may be small, but they definitely pack a punch!
These heroic first-responders by Sam.C are LEGO robots in disguise.
Some may say Generation One Transformers are the best! We can certainly see that builder Alex @orionpaxone
Jones is a huge fan!
Alex Jones (Orion Pax) is back with another batch of amazing Generation One Transformers. These amazing creations look great in both vehicle and robot modes – quite the accomplishment!
Alex Jones amazing skills bring back to life our favourite transforming robots from the 80s.
Get ready to roll out with Jerry Builds Brick’s neat Transformer model
Joachim Klang and Alex Jones are a duo of builders well known within the LEGO community, and their creations have appeared on The Brothers Brick numerous times. Now they’ve got a new book to share some of their techniques: Tips for Kids – Transformers: Cool Projects for Your LEGO® Bricks. Over the past few months, we’ve Continue reading →