Omar Gonzalez finally beat Persona 5 and gifted us with this lovely model.
These monkey astronauts by LEGO 7 took me by surprise, but they are so full of detail.
A lovely new red mecha by zi zy, stunning for such a small model.
This crunchy mech by Milo _Z has an intense, convoluted style that I love.
I am continually amazed at Mitsuru Nikaido‘s talent for the biomechanical.
Another fantastically whimsical mecha from Moko.
So many clever parts in this motorcycle by Brian Kescenovitz.
This muscular drone from Shannon Sproule is so good.
I continue to be impressed with LEGO’s Minecraft sets. My Minecraft loving kid loves the play functions of these sets and how easy they are to reconfigure. I on the other hand saw a huge box of medium blue bricks and had to check it out! Continue reading 21131 The Ice Spikes
A while back, New Elementary put out a call for participants in one of their Festivals of Parts. They are one of my favorite LEGO blogs and a solid influence on the way that I write about my hobby, so I jumped at the opportunity. I wasn’t alone in wanting to test my skills, so it was lovely to be chosen to receive a bag of Nexogons. Continue reading Coronae Softworks
I really like the LEGO Minecraft theme. It may not be to many AFOLs liking, with brick heavy, play focused sets, but I love the modularity and the faithfulness to the spirit of the source material. This latest wave of sets has managed to combine this with reasonable prices and great designs. Continue reading 21130 The Nether Railway
Check out the sculpting on this rooster by ZiO Chao!
I’ve been really enjoying this latest round of Iron Builder. This beautiful model by Jonas Kramm uses the seed part in so many amazing ways.
It has been cool to watch builders riff off of the Brickheadz. TOKYO TAG TEAM built this cool tribute to classic kaiju.
This chibi jet fighter by Damien Labrousse is really clean.
I love a well built tree and Brother Steven has really outdone himself with this bonsai.