We saw a wave of Overwatch MOCs when the game premiered, and with the looming official sets a new wave is starting to appear. Check out this Reinhardt from builder Eric Tsai, he looks ready to absolutely devastate the play field.
LEGO and Overwatch video game enthusiast Nick Brick has done something many builders don't -- build something that is completely wearable! Known for making weapon props from pop culture, that is certainly not the same as what Nick has accomplished here. His latest creation is Tracer's Chronal Accelerator, complete with even the character's goggles (with LEGO lenses)! With this creation being complete, Nick now has Tracer's complete arsenal.
What's better than a futuristic, illuminated, awesome looking prop pistol from the game Overwatch? Two of them! Builder Nick Brick is back with a brilliant pair of Tracer's Pulse Pistols from the wildly popular video game Overwatch. They feature moving triggers, working "reload" function with pop out side disks and light-up features using BrickStuff lighting products.
Tracer is one of the iconic characters to be created in the 2016 game Overwatch (and is one of the few I am somewhat familiar with). I am a sucker for good character builds, which is exactly what Nick Brick has done today! The colors used on this character are very cool and pleasing to the eyes. Good color schemes can really draw you into a build. As weird as it may be, I think the pants are my favorite part, which were executed well without making them too boxy, and they lead into Tracer's hips without a large gap. Another impressive part of this build is that it's viewable from all sides, which is not something you see with every character build. Nice job, Nick! Looking forward to more of these builds from you.
Overwatch has spawned a great many MOCs, and they continue to impress and amaze me. This latest full size prop "weapon" (can you call it a weapon when it's designed to heal?) from Nick Brick is beyond awesome. The build quality and style alone is impressive enough, but this also has custom printed elements, realistic bolt action, lighting effects and folding stock. Check out the video to see this baby in action.
That title sounds a bit like an 80's cop show, or maybe two private investigators working in an exotic locale, but it's actually two new Overwatch inspired MOCs from Tim Schwalfenberg. This and a handful of other recent games have been a huge design inspiration for a great many builders, and it's easy to see why. This game has so many unique and colorful characters you can't help but want to surround yourself with them. And what better way than some masterfully done character MOCs?