I'm an original trilogy fan, everyone knows that. I do think that Jedi is the weakest of the three, but this scene was always fun. And hey, slave Leia (nuff said). markus19840420 has captured it perfectly with this large MOC.
I don't know what it is about round displays, I suspect it's because they defy the "squarish" nature of LEGO, but they're always so compelling. And that's just the beginning of all the eye candy in this MOC by Derfel Cadern. I mean look at that thatched roof! And the off kilter buildings, the stonework, the details, it's all beautiful.
Ooooh, so exciting! It's less than three weeks until this guy comes to town. I don't know about all of you but I've been very nice. So Santa, can you hook me up with some more filmmaking equipment so I can produce even better quality episodes for everyone? Speaking of quality, check out this build by Bricks for Brains, superb! Oh, and then there's the little workshop where he and the elves make all the toys.
This is the Raion Tank, and if you are fool enough to engage it in your antelope tank, you will perish. Built for the "Build a Chima tribe vehicle" tag team tournament on brickpirate.net. The tail is inspired but that lion face on the front is absolutely brilliant.
Live on stage! If you're into synthetic Japanese singers recreated in plastic, this post is for you. I just like well done characters, and these fit the bill. I especially like the proportions of the singer, the huge sleeves juxtaposed with the tiny arms are very iconic. The posing on both of these MOCs is great as well.
I remember being a bit fascinated by combat and survival knives in high school. I even had one with a camo grip and nifty compass on the end. I still have a very nice Buck my brother gave me that I don't camp without. It's not as cool as this Halo combat by Pink Stormtrooper though. Not so much for being a knife, but for being a knife built this nice out of LEGO. Sure you can't slice potatoes with it, but who cares?