I never played Starcraft, or any of it's sequels, but after seeing this mighty beast by Legopard I'm certainly interested. This is the siege tank, a mobile gun platform designed for one single purpose, take a very large weapon, move it some place, and level some stuff.
Let's continue our Star Wars The Force Awakens theme this morning shall we? Check out this SF TIE by builder Yubnub! The use of the grill profile bricks for the wings do make them a little chunky, but the texture is so great.
Midi scale is a tricky but wonderful thing. The size needs to be between minifigure scale and mini, with enough detail to be worth it, but not so much it gets cluttered or messes up the proportions. When done right the results are irresistibly swooshable, like Poe's X-Wing here by Rogue Bantha. Those intakes are inspired genius,
Mad scientist and customizer extraordinaire Mike Schropp is back with another mind-blowing custom computer, this time it's for gaming. This isn't just a matter of wrapping an existing system with a LEGO shell, this is a ground-up, highly customized monster. He even modified the power supply and uses a custom machined heat sink! I won't go into the specs and details here, because there's too much to share. Luckily Mike has an excellent website that breaks down the entire process.
This is a great big helping of steampunky goodness right here. Both the mech and the characters are excellent and just itching to be brought to life in an animated short. You can tell by looking at them there's a story ready to unfold, and I want to watch it! Another amazing MOC by Moko.
Having raised a millennial, we had plenty of exposure to cartoons in the 90's and 00's. We were steeped in Dexter's Lab, Johnny Bravo, Spongebob, Rugrats and the like. But the one with the best theme song was The Powerpuff Girls (in fact it's still on my iPod). Builder legomichiiiiii built these lovely little ladies. Photo by willgalb.
In space, where no one can hear you scream at stuff when it breaks down, here comes a handy repair man and his faithful service droid. These guys from O0ger look ready to take maintenance to another level. Clever use of parts on the Droids little crane arm and its superb wheels really caught my attention. The uniform colour scheme also really pops, I want to see the trusty space pick up they arrive in!