According to builder lummerlander, the intent with this MOC was to convey "happy". Not only it is absolutely successful, it makes me happy just looking at it. There's some wonderfully clever building and parts use here, from the hotdog bun ears, wrench eyeglass temples and whatever part is being used for the tongue.
If you're a fan of Gerry Anderson's UFO (and even if you're not) you have to appreciate the love and care that went into this awesome S.H.A.D.O. maintenance bay by builder Norton74. To further enhance the viewing experience I highly recommend visiting this link and listening to what is my opinion one of the greatest TV themes of all time.
What better way to show your excitement for the LEGO Porsche than to crash test it? The leading computer magazine in Germany, c't, ran a contest giving away one of these orange beauties, but they also crash tested one with the help of the German motor club ADAC. And by crash test I don't mean tossing off your balcony (I still get hate mail for that), they used an actual crash test facility and shot it from many, many angles with high speed cameras. The results are pretty epic.
A new addition to Chris McVeigh's arcade game designs: air hockey! This is such a simple, but incredibly accurate and seemingly playable design! I really like that it's minifigure scale, too. Thanks to those new modified 1x1 round tiles with pegs, this design is even more complete. I'm looking forward to Chris' possible future designs and color combinations of these!
"The work has stalled, I need you to come back."
In this scene, recreated from Rogue One by Inthert, Director Orson Krennic is attempting to convince Galen Erso to return to his work on Project Celestial Power after finding the Ersos on Lah'mu. This scene is instantly recognizable, with the interesting landscaping and of course the Death Troopers. I also really like the devices that Inthert created for this scene, like the moisture vaporator.
Dragonflies are one of those creatures that captivates everyone's imagination. Even if you see them all the time, you have to pause to appreciate one. Their elegant wings, slender body and iridescent surface makes them unique and beautiful. Speaking of beautiful, check out this dragonfly by Takamichi Irie, with some incredible flex tube work on the wings, gorgeous!