Builder Bricksonwheels is back with another big, beautiful truck. This one's a Scania R580 PWT, and while it looks a treat just standing still, you can drive this one with your cell phone thanks to an S-Brick and two Power Functions XL motors.
LeTranger Absurde brings us this delightful set of office furniture! The scale is quite deceptive, I'm not normally one to get excited about furniture (my wife loves cushions and mirrors) but this really tickled my fancy. I love those micro star wars vehicles on the desk ahd the inclusion of minifigs as dolls is a delight. I also really admire the details of the wood panels that fabulous lampshade. Why not swing by and take a look LeTranger's photostream it's abound with delights!
Vince Toulouse has come up with a fascinating character here using some parts from a Gladiator set. Since I'm completely unfamiliar with that particular theme, I wasn't sure if this creation was even LEGO. But it is! And certainly alien, although at the same time, with a familiar purposeful determination. I can't wait to read the book!
Have you ever got to any point in any game where you thought, "I should have saved", yeah, of course you have. Play any game for long enough and you'll get a better feel for when you might be in peril, or just pay attention to the giant weapons, numerous sharp objects and remains of previous hapless adventurers and perhaps get a hint? The question is, what did you do Xenomurphy?
The LEGO Group may have only produced official Indiana Jones sets for two years (2008-2009), but we continue to receive great MOCs like this one from the theme. Builder Lego Fjotten has recreated the the Cairo Fight scene from Raiders of the Lost Ark with some clean but detailed design.
If anyone ever says to you "that's a useless part" just smile and move on, you don't need that kind of attitude in your day. Most people would probably look at the new buildable figure Chewbacca head and think it's only use is just that. But builder O0ger saw a big lower jaw in this unsure character.
The 2002 theme of Ice Planet inspired Sylon-tw to craft this spaceship that I'm sure could skate right through your planet's atmosphere. Though this little ship is compact, it looks like it would be pretty fast, zooming through the sky, patrolling the arctic area (or wherever it's been assigned). The intakes for the engine positioned on each side add a lot to the model, as well as the use of the fairly new cockpit/slope element in translucent orange. If you're in a cold environment, keep an eye out for this guy!
Time, there's never enough of it. Seems like I'm continually racing the clock, every day. It could also be said I'm a little nuts, or cuckoo. So this MOC by BrickBuilder7622 speaks to me, or at least reminds me that I really need to get this blog post done and get in the shower because it's almost time to head back to BrickCon!