Sometimes LEGO builders draw inspiration from the strangest places. Tobias Goldschalt’s latest creation was inspired by a single LEGO piece. I am talking about the power blast piece that comes with a lot of the Super Heroes sets. It is used as a liquid boiling over the little pot on the built-in Bunsen burner. The use of the bar with 1×1 round plate as a candle holder is very original too. And have you seen the ribbed brick used as a pile of papers? It actually looks like those pieces were designed to be used for this purpose. The best thing about this creation however has to be the shaggy carpet underneath the table. Or maybe it is an elaborately tiled floor. I’m not sure but I like it!
Ever wondered what a castle-themed version of Ninjago City would look like? Wonder no more, and just take a closer look at this creation by Tobias Goldschalt. The buildings are larger than life and the Tudor-style homes look very nicely done. Mixing tan and dark tan parts into the white plastered areas really helps with the weathered look. If you look closer, you’ll notice that almost every roof uses a different technique — from straight tiles to pentagonal tiles, from cheese slopes to curved slopes. Variations like this always help keep you, as a viewer, captivated. Every time your eyes zoom across this creation you’ll notice something new. The stone walls are made with two techniques — in some places, the masonry brick gets used, but in others Tobias uses bricks with studs on the sides covered with tiles.