Entries in lego (82)
How badass is THIS massive LEGO octopus destroying a Star Wars destroyer. This is the 'KR-KN' built by Iain Heath aka Ochre Jelly for the Emerald City Comicon 2013. He was tired of people criticising the LEGO Super Star Destroyer as a big dull grey set, so he added a giant red space kraken. NICELY done good sir.
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Check out this LEGO Reaper from Mass Effect by Imagine Rigney that is fully posable and ready to destroy small scale cities and household pets. The legs bend and pivot, the head also pivots, the face plate can be moved up and down to trigger the LEGO brick light simulating the laser."
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This just might be one of the AWESOMEST posts I have done in a while. Being that I am self-proclaimed BUGFAN#1 these "taxidermied" LEGO insects are beyond cool. Each insect was hand-crafted by Siercon and Coral and put into shadow box insect display cases.
Make sure you read on to see them ALL (8 LEGO insects in total)...
Check out this massive (72" inch / 6' foot) LEGO power sword that ominously hovers above planets and can only be wielded by hooded motorcycle riders with attractive lady companions.
"So this is not glued, and there are no metal rods or anything for support. This is 100% purist and is held together with Technic bricks and pins."
This sword dubbed the 'Armageddon's Blade' (Heroes of Might and Magic III ?) was constructed by Siercon and Coral to battle Bart De Dobbelaer in the 4th round of the Iron Builder 3.0 tournament of LEGO building champions.
Taking 3,000 hours to build, this life-sized 'Bag End' hobbit hole consisting of 2,000,000 (two million) pieces of LEGO bricks is now complete. If you are wondering it is big enough to walk into and down a few pints of beer... it IS.
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Winter sure brings out the sculpture artist in all of us with snowmen. This is a giant LEGO minifig made out of snow, that from the looks of it, just might last right into spring. Usually, I just draw snow dongs on people's car windows while coming home from the bar and IMAGINE their disgust. It is a job of prestige.
It still blows my mind that people are able to spend the time to make these things. I can only assume these people smoke a LOT of pipe-weed.
"The battle for Middle Earth has begun! All of Isengard is unleashed against the fortress of Helm's Deep. In the midst of the chaos and carnage, one solitary elf seeks to aid his vertically challenged friend...no matter what the cost."
Bonus: Can you spot the hidden Chewbacca within the battle?
The Stratos Jump - Scale 1:350
Jumping from outer space is no easy task, but maybe more impressively this kid was able to reconstruct the entire jump sequence out of LEGO. Of course, when his mother sat down to watch this video, she did not approve of his use of time. His momma must be an astronaut.