Widely regarded as the stupidest Disney animated character ever, Hei Hei the chicken from Moana was not only comic relief, but a subtle hero. Sure he's as dumb as the rocks he tends to eat, but as Moana herself pointed out his "strengths lie beneath the surface...deep beneath" and he was there at a critical moment to save the day. Builder LEGO 7 captures his vacant essence perfectly.
- No bright light. Bright light hurts him, sunlight will kill him.
- Don't get him wet. Don't give him any water to drink, don't give him a bath.
- No matter how much he begs, don't feed him after midnight.
A wonderful tribute to an awesome 80's classic, Gremlins. Nicely done John_Toulouse.
That 4x4x13 Curved Panel seems like a natural fit for space, looking at it now. Grant Davis' new entry to Iron Builder puts the part to great use in a sleek-yet-feral spaceship - a departure from the themes in which he normally builds. I wonder how often he gets the chance to use those dark orange Bionicle blades?
I'm not sure why I find this MOC by Gamabomb so unsettling. If it's the proportions, the build style, the fact that it's wearing pants, I don't know. But I also find it compelling, and I can tell you this; the battlefields of the future are going to be simultaneously horrific, disturbing, fascinating and badass.
Jammin' while building a device to jam with. Vaionaut designed Star-Lord's tape player, and item from Peter's past that he can not part with. I love the headset portion, using some flexible tubing and clever curves used to construct the speaker areas. The main body of the player is also very clean and is cleverly incorporating the dark blue and light gray. I have only seen one other LEGO version of this player, but this is a bit better in my opinion. Nicely done!
This one fooled me, I mean really fooled me. I looked at this thumbnail and thought "well, that's an unusual color for a door handle". Then stared at it for a second more and thought "I guess that's why they took a picture of it". Yes, I was so confused by the nature of the picture of a door handle that I failed to notice it was brick-built. Well played Grant, well played.
This thing is mesmerizing, totally mesmerizing. This is the Gräjjs 5.1, a kinetic sculpture from builder gonkius, and it's a sight to behold. I can't imagine how much trial and error it took to get all these nested mechanisms to coexist in such a tight but elegant space. Check out the video to see it in motion.
Attention audiophiles, you gotta check this out. The new SBA 1.2 Soundboard is out and it's a beauty. Just look at all those dials, buttons, slider and doohickies, it must be awesome. And if you order now for the bargain price of $9999.99 they throw in a complimentary technic pic, what are you waiting for? Nice one soccersnyderi.