Mike Psiaki continues to churn out great additions to his Jurassic Park layout. His latest is actually inspired by 5935 Island Hopper, from the Adventurers “Dino Island” series. Here’s Mike’s current lineup of terrible lizards:
A new creation by Mike Psiaki (Brickshelf) is nice to see, but when that new creation is a Savoia S-21 seaplane inspired by Hayao Miyazaki’s Porco Rosso, well, it’s that much more awesome. Previously on The Brothers Brick: Savoia S-21 Seaplace from Porco Rosso by Uspez Morbo
Mike Psiaki (pronounced like “psyche”) updates his Republic Gunship with the new look of version 2. Besides the mastery craftsmanship, it’s interesting to note the balance between studded elements and tiled elements that results in the varied texture of the ship.
It’s been more than a year since we’ve blogged something by Mike Psiaki, but I think it’s been worth the wait. Here’s Mike’s World War II era X-wing: And his tiltrotor:
I can’t say I’m tired of all the sleek fighters in what is turning out to be a really fun contest, but Mike Psiaki’s entry is just plain different: With hardly any big sloped pieces in sight, Mike uses very few pieces found in current sets. Different is good. Add to Del.icio.us | Digg It Continue reading →
There’s no question Mike Psiaki builds cool stuff. I just wasn’t expecting what I found when I clicked the thumbnail for this Adventurers-inspired truck: I won’t say anything more so as not to spoil the surprise. ;-) Technorati tags: LEGO Steampunk Truck Adventurers Brickshelf
I’m not sure whether this is an update or not, but Mike Psiaki has posted a most excellent airship: (Click the image for the full gallery.)
These aren’t brand new, but Mike Psiaki recently updated his P-38 Lightning, so that gives me an excuse to post these — two of my favorite World War II fighter planes in LEGO form. The Lockheed P-38 Lighting: The Vought F4U Corsair: (Click each image for the full gallery.) And just for fun, check out Continue reading →
Let’s put the pedal to the metal with Calin’s latest creation
When it comes to mixed-media LEGO creations, we can all take a page from Takamichi Irie (@legomichiiiiii). This papercraft frog has some strong plastic-based bones.
Life in space sounds fun, but you still have to punch the clock. Tino Poutiainen (@tino_poutiainen) shows us a slice of orbital life in “Starboard drydock”
Revan New (@therevan_new) has created a dark, but a surprisingly detailed scene, a glimpse of a future where robots offer us a chance for the ultimate upgrade.