Featuring new holiday lighting products from Brickstuff and a review of LEGO Forest Animals.
This is officially the first post on BrickNerd ever sparked by the name of the MOC. Yes, it's a bitchin' ship from Si-MOCs, with cool color combinations and styling. But you could sell these to outlanders, spice traders and smugglers based on the name alone.
I have to admit, the first thing I thought when I saw this MOC by Lego Junkie (after the initial "ooh" of course) was with a different color scheme and some modifications it could be Santa's Boot Fighter. I guess I've got Christmas on the brain.
I recognize these characters, I know I've seen them on my son's TV when I was in telling him to clean his room or something, you know, "Parental". I may have even watched for some time, scratching my head and quipping something witty (again, in a very "parental" way, probably not funny). But I can't say I know them. I can however say this is a cool MOC, and I love a good character build.
This very large and beautiful MOC of an ancient amphitheater is from Hardegon. I don't know the details of the build, there's no description, but I can only guess at how long this took to build. The stands are a little barren, apparently whatever show is running now isn't drawing much of a crowd. But I can only imagine the crowd that will surround this MOC if it ever goes on display. Click through for many more pictures.
We've all had those days. You overslept, forgot the creamer in your coffee, got stuck in traffic, missed a meeting at work because you were late, got strapped to a X frame and dismembered for the enjoyment of a goblin king...OK, maybe not that last part. So your day isn't so bad now huh? At least not as bad as this poor chump in this rather macabre MOC by cmaddison.