I still haven't played Titanfall, nor am I likely too, unless it somehow ends up on Wii U (yeah, I finally got one of those), and even then, my gaming time is really limited. But that doesn't mean I can't appreciate all the cool stuff from the game. Take this Ronin Titan mech by Nick Brick for instance, no idea what it does or who's side it's on, but I dig it.
Builder cmaddison has recently become somewhat obsessed by Critical Role on Geek & Sundry, and to celebrate he built this amazing 20 sided die. No your eyes aren't deceiving you, and that's not a tiny minifigure, that's a giant, brick-built d20. Now roll to see if you're armor was good enough to deflect that blow.
Builder and dark artist mihaimariusmihu is back with another hauntingly beautiful MOC. This alien bust looks right out of the sketchbook of H.R. Giger, with disturbingly lovely biomechanical details and flowing forms. It doesn't look so as much build as it does carved, giving it an otherworldly but gorgeous aesthetic.
This Technic Ford Edge by builder chumuhou is pretty insane. There's no description or links to learn more about it, so I can't tell you what specific features it has, but the battery pack and motors visible from below make it look like a fully functioning RC car. The body styling is fantastic, right down to the Ford emblem on the awesome front grill.
This MOC by Silent Builder certainly would have made the battle of the Chamber of Mazarbul a little more interesting. They have a cave troll eh? Well, we have Gimli in his exosuit! I don't know how this thing is powered, but I would love to see it in action. Makes me wonder how a whole alternate Tolkien universe would look with this tech...hmmmmm.
You know you're building on a whole different level when your MOC requires special handling and support, a team to construct and you can't find a background large enough to shoot a picture of it. This absolutely magnificent Star Destroyer would impress even the dark lord himself. At over 7 feet long and weighing in at about 42k bricks, it's a stunning achievement. More pictures are promised from OliveSeon, but these and a few more on their photostream will have to hold you for now.
Builder radiohearhoy continues to delight with characters from Pixar's Finding Dory. The latest additions to this outstanding collection is Nemo and Bailey, and just like all the others, they're wonderful. And just like the last time I posted about this collection, I still haven't seen the movie. I'll show myself out.
There's never a shortage of LEGO Batman on Flicr, so it takes some clever building or a hook to stand out. This MOC by gan.marco is a pretty sweet chibi style Batman, on a cool base with the bat's iconic symbol prominently displayed. But what makes this MOC stand out is the super secret miniature Batcave hidden in the base. Turn it around to reveal the teeniest, tiniest, cutest Tumbler you ever did see.