Wednesday, 29 October 2014

How Bionicle Should Be

This Bionicle MOC by Nick V. is absolutely gorgeous.  The whole creation flows from one part to the next seamlessly, and the result is astounding.

"So long boys, have fun storming the castle!"

That wouldn't be terribly hard with this awesome siege tower. Sam Schmidt built it a few weeks ago, but I feel like blogging it anyway. My favorite details of the Iron Scorpion are the sweet thatched roof and the intimidating chains on the back.

Iron Scorpion Siege Tower

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Pirate Paradise

Grant Davis and Eli Willsea made this beautiful MOC of a pirate hideout.  The rockwork, folliage, and buildings are all amazing, but the shading of the water really makes this creation stand out.


Monday, 27 October 2014

The White Tree of Gondor

Disco86, a prolific German castle builder, brings a great rendition of the White Tree of Gondor from the The Lord of the Rings. The real sweet details, though, are the elegant tree made from plates and lacking more special parts and the slope-cobbled floor.



White Tree of Gondor

Fullnilson

Fullnilson is a LEGO photographer who uses Photoshop and great camera effects to create his scenes. Mostly showcasing Star Wars figures and vehicles, he occasionally branches out into some other themes, such as superheroes and Harry Potter. Here are three of my personal favourites from him:

DAK RALTER
DAK RALTER

CAPTAIN AMERICA
CAPTAIN AMERICA

"GENERAL" SKYWALKER
"GENERAL" SKYWALKER


Saturday, 25 October 2014

The land of Aurora

The dynamic duo of Tyler Clites and Nannan Zhang, known for their terrific collaborations, steal the show once more with the Aurora, apparently inspired by the game Bastion . All the details are amazing, but my favorite is the turquoise  round tower on the left. Take a look for yourself!
Aurora

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

LL-931

Lego Junkie gives us a nice shot of NCS asymmetry in the form of the LL-931. I'm loving the large hull and, for some reason, the antennae sticking out at right angles. Nice!

LL-931