The clean sensibilities of this build really work with its absurd whimsy. Check out all the sweet details that P. B. packed in!
They may not be for everyone, but the wealth of creative Brickheadz continually amazes me. This deceptively simple build by jp_velociraptor has some cool features. Click through to check them out!
Devid VII has such a tightly defined style, a consistant, gritty, near-future world. I love seeing all the mech permutations that he turns out and these operators and support drone are no exception.
This is an older build and sadly Olivier Lego doesn’t seem to be active anymore, but I can’t help but share this microscale build. The limited palette is perfect for the complex texture, instantly readable as classical architecture.
Having spent a formative year of my life in Japan, I have a fond place in my heart for the tiny trucks and vans made for their domestic market. I’m not sure what Senator Chinchilla‘s connection is, but they built a lovely little van.
Last month, I attended my fifth Bricks Cascade. It was a big show and I had a lot of ups and downs this year. Continue reading Bricks Cascade 2018
I’ve long been an admirer of Jon Hall‘s understated dieselpunk style. Sand blue is a perfect color for military builds and nicely set off by white here. Careful use of custom graphics (and removal of some original printing) really finishes it.
The many Gundam series have produced an almost limitless wealth of mecha designs. I love seeing a builder like Moko putting his stamp on an uncommon model like this HY-GOGG. Make sure to click through and check out some of the other photos!.
The successful interaction of system and constraction elements is key to most of my favorite character models. This figure by Djokson is a beautiful blend of elements set apart by a solid balance of color.
A big thanks to builders who like to share. I always learn so much when I build someone else’s model. This microscale tank by GolPlaysWithLego is full of great part usage and has a nice, minimal palette.