You don’t need a lot of bricks to make a creative MOC. This build by Tom Gerardin depicting an alien abduction in some metropolitan city is a perfect example. Love the little tank, but the highlight is the usage of the new Giraffe Guy collectible minifig’s snout as an alien head. Brilliant!
Dwalin Forkbeard unveils a rather well designed microscale castle and accompanying landscape creation. What instantly caught my attention was the excellent execution of the castle's curved walls, and the main gateway. It's also really nice to see the inclusion of the different buildings that would house important figures, considering the small scale.
With a new addition to his Ring Worlds collection, Inthert is back with an incredible model for his ongoing collection of Star Wars scenes. This particular scenario was shown in The Clone Wars TV series (RIP), where a Republic light cruiser flies underneath a Zygerrian slave facility in order to rescue the captives. This arc of episodes on the show was very interesting, and this model is just outstanding. Not only is the base provided with excellent detailing and an almost sinister appearance, but the cruiser is one of the most accurate ones I have seen. Simply excellent work. Inthert's ring worlds always make me geek out for a few minutes...
A fantastic lineup of microscale, recognizable buildings from our history built by Simon NH. An incredible ancient pyramid temple, using a technique I've never seen before to execute that stacked effect that is so recognizable. Each building focuses on interesting parts usage to get some a small design to look so recognizable. Awesome job!
What was I just saying last night, about excellent Lord of the Rings microscale creations? It's very much so unintentional, but here at BrickNerd we're featuring a lot of microscale models from fans of the Lord of the Rings. This morning, I awoke to Milan Sekiz's awesome tiny Mordor! The three highlights of the dark realm are all represented with simple elements, but to great effect. Such an interesting model, and one that I personally would display at my desk.
No one can deny the beauty of an all-LEGO scene. Gid617 has spotted a castle ahead, perched on a hill above the forest. Excellently crafted with simple parts, this castle must be visible for miles. With its many towers and flags, it looks like this castle will stand the test of time. A lovely scene!