We all know Benny's affection for spaceships, but have you ever wondered where he lives? Builder Casey M has and crafted this sweet little micro build. It's from a series of MOCs exploring alternate uses or modification of Lowell spheres. The bottom half of this is one section of a sphere, giving the impression the dwelling was built on a partially destroyed (or seriously excavated) moon.
Of course when you have a huge mech you're going to need an even huger hanger to maintain it. Last week we featured Benjamin Cheh's awesome Palawan mech, well here's the jaw-dropping space where it stays in top shape. It features 4 Mechanical arms (2 attached to the walls and 2 on the beam), LTV Formica (Light Transport Vehicle) 2 GP containers, articulating boom lifts, 4 walkways, 4 LED lights, rack of missiles and a walkway platform with 2 hidden robotic arms for minor repairs.
LEGO Harry Potter creations are still on the rise. The latest addition I have come across is this awesome model of the Lovegood house, seen in the 7th movie. I have never seen another model of the complete house, but perhaps that's just me. Brick Surgeon has peaked my interest with this intriguing build! The interior is truly amazing, but even the outside, though it's all black, is really interesting to me. The shaping, angles, and especially those windows are what make this build so pleasing to my eyes. Excellent work here! Make sure to take a closer look at all the interesting pieces used.
If you're into LEGO architecture, or you enjoy building houses, then you need to check out this window design by James Zhan! With a front and back view of this window style, the pieces come together to create a very unique window design. As we usually try to share here on BrickNerd, James' model also uses common elements that most builders likely have in their collections. Do you think you'll give this a try? Let us know down in the comments! Build on, everyone.
Fun fact: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom was the first movie I "camped" for. I actually ditched school for it. Of course the bus got me half way to the theater, so I took it. But then I detoured to the theater and sat there all day with a group of strangers, it was fun. While I had mixed feelings on the movie, the Mine Car chase is still one of my favorite scenes, so this MOC by builder BrickBuilder7622 caught my eye. Click through for a whole collection of excellent little vignettes from Temple of Doom and Raiders.
If you haven't seen one before, "magic cubes" (or Yoshimoto Cubes) are pretty mesmerizing things. You can endlessly fold them, which is strangely satisfying. But why go to all that trouble when you can do it by remote control? That's what builder slfroden seems to have wondered, so he built this fully motorized and remote controlled version of a magic cube, and what can I say, It's magical.
This super clean and expertly constructed skyline of the city of Rotterdam by builder Swan Dutchman is so well done it could be an official set. All it's missing is the printed tile and I would not be surprised to learn it's real. It was built for ReBrick's Dream Skylines contest going on right now.
Builder LEGOMINDED gives us all a peek into the everyday domestic life of the Robo family, and it's a treat. I can't really tell if this is a garage or kitchen, and I think with a robotic family, that would be the case. Either way it's packed with details and a feast for the eyes.