I know what you are all thinking, this isn’t from Pirates of the Caribbean?!? No, it’s not, and as the kids say these days you got click-baited. I’m kidding! Tortooga is actually the name Klikstyle gave to this wonderful little turtle from a fantasy world. Although part of me is thinking about how adorable it is, there’s always that other part of me that wonders what it tastes like. But I’m sure with sharp spines and a shell like that it’s safe from my flimsy hands, for now.
This fantasy scene by Jonas Wide is so well made and designed that I mistook it for a recreation of an actual European town at first (until I saw the Orc with a cane). So many cool details, like the brickwork on the houses, the big pots in the alleyway, the market, and the excellent usage of micro scale lights to create a mood.
I think its safe to say that Brother Steven likes the LEGO "Bigfoot" and "Yeti" minifigures. Why do I say that? Well, for starters, he features them in several other builds, and now he has this recent three-part addition. Not only is this an interesting concept, but it's also an excellent example of seasonal LEGO terrain executed on very small bases (6x6 studs, if I'm not mistaken). The real question is, though, is the builder a true believer?
Some people have skeletons in their closets, but if anyone had this I would easily be 3x as scared. This horrific creature by ReeseEH was pulled from your nightmares for the 2017 Dragon Building Contest run by Nuju Metru. The model speaks for itself, but it's amazing that a ligament-less creature can get around so well. I think that minifig is in a heap of trouble. *Shivers*
Honestly, I've never heard of Discworld, the late Terry Pratchett's imaginary world, set on a platter-shaped land set atop four elephants which, in turn, are riding the back of what must be a massive, massive turtle. (Tortoise?) Just as much as I know about Star Wars and Star Trek and even Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, it's exactly the opposite for Discworld.
So please don't ask me about the backstory of this group of fellows, termed "The Ones Who Meddle With the Fabric of Reality," by Finnish AFOL Eero Okkonen. There's something magical about this bunch, and not just because they're wizards (I think).
It takes a particular skill to make MOCs look both stone-faced and alive at the same time, which Eero achieves by simultaneously using the traditional 1x1 headlight bricks for eyes and then other wildly disparate elements, such as Chima wings , to fluff out those lovingly-crafted beards. The magicians' accoutrements are also perfectly color-coordinated, with their dark red / brown / red fabrics, Friends stars, X-Pod dishes, and, hey, does that gorilla have a banana that incorporates... bananas?
Discworld should really be called Discoworld.