This submersible by Guy Smiley 🙂 harks back to the Aquazone themes that I loved so much.
Kelvin Low never fails to impress and this warrior had me and my son in awe.
I like these little walker walker/scooter mechs a lot. GolPlaysWithLego managed to strike the perfect balance of mech and whimsy.
Fun techniques and sweet details in this microscale build by Gilcelio chagas.
Lino builds the best cars.
There is something so nostalgic about classic castle minifigs. This battle suit by Mitsuru Nikaido adds the perfect modern complement.
A lot of fine details in this building by kaz.fuji.
Check out this heavy bomber by Sunder_59.
This house by betweenbrickwalls took my breath away.
Calin is a master of small car models, like this rusty muscle car.
The picture might not be great, but I love this samuai Brickhead by John Cheng.
Another mouth-watering near future fighter, this time by Nate Rehm-Daly.
xiei22 has gorgeous fighter in orbit around Mars.
The skin on this model by Daniel Stoeffler is nothing short of brilliant.
I’ve been quite pleased with the books that I’ve gotten from No Starch Press, so it didn’t take much of a leap to preorder their book on LEGO architecture back in April. I had hoped that it would arrive in early August for my birthday (sadly publication was delayed), but it was still sweet to have it waiting for me when I got home from BrickCon. Continue reading The LEGO Architect
Last time, we talked about scale. Now, I would like to start to apply what I have been talking about to some actual models. I’ll start small, building single family dwellings in a trio of styles. Continue reading Residential Micropolis (part 1)
Tim Schwalfenberg knocked out another greebly microscale ship.
I really like the simple modern lines of this house by Galaktek.
Actually a few days worth, but I’ve been busy…
I love the stripped down simplicity of this microscale catamaran by TenorPenny.
I don’t know where 62778grenouile is going with this scene, but the use of unusual textures is wonderful (check out the backside of those baseplates).
I’m a huge fan of vertical greenspaces and this one has been beautifully rendered by Jesper Girl.
Simon Liu has mixed TARS and Smile Space and everything about it is right.
This is just about the platonic ideal of Droneuary: tiny, greebly, and all business. Expertly built by Titolian.