I was never allowed to take an animal to school, which is one of the things that makes Hogwarts so appealing. Of course you only ever hear about cats, rats, owls and toads, which makes me wonder if dogs are allowed. I think it would really upset my corgis to learn they couldn’t go, I’m pretty sure they’re Potter fans. Speaking of Potter fans, check out this excellent Hedwig by builder DOGOD Brick Design.
Mr Owl is here to remind us that it's still winter, at least according to his friend the groundhog. This visually stunning piece by Azurekingfisher makes very effective use of the white foliage piece, making for an eye catching profile.
Disney's The Sword in the Stone has a bit of a checkered past. Though officially considered a moderate success by the company, it has never caught much traction. This is a shame because while it's a bit uneven, it's actually a good film. Archimedes, here brilliantly recreated by Legohaulic, is a stand-out character. If you have the opportunity, give this film a chance.
This is a heck of an alternate model. Most of the time alternate models are somewhat lamer versions of the main model (at least to me), but this steampunk mechanical owl alternate to the series 5 Mixels far surpasses any of those models. Nice work Legomichiiiiii.
As cool as the Birds set from LEGO Ideas was, I think this owl from 6kyubi6 is way better (especially compared to that dreadful hummingbird). And the coolness doesn't stop there, the leaves on the branch are actually almost cooler than the owl, almost. Combine those with some excellent photography and you've got a winning MOC.
I don't know how much of the mechanization of this way cool steampunk owl from madLEGOman is functional, and that's part of the brilliance of this build. It's apparently inspired by set 70164 Hurricane Heist but for me the transformation is complete. And I have to say, this is heads and tails (see what I did there?) above the set.