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Devin Smith runs End of Line Designs, a company that specializes in high-end gaming controller customs. This Fallout PS4 controller with a flip-up Pip-Boy design is the perfect example of what he’s capable of. Check out more pics of this beauty below [click to continue…]


Bumblebee is a lot of things, but one thing he’s not is in charge. He follows along with the pack, but this 3D custom printed version of him looks ready to kick ass and take names. Enjaysee Customs says:

So, what would happen if Bumblebee had no choice but to take the Matrix and step up. Upgraded and seriously pissed off is my vision of exactly that!

Base used was a leader class DotM Sentinel Prime. The back pack was removed and hinges added to allow the figure to look much better from the side as well as stand more easily. It was next partly dismantled, primed with top quality plastic primer and prominent screw holes filled. The hands are by UFO and fully articulated at every joint. The head was designed by myself, 3D printed via shapeways and mounted using a Lego ball joint to allow more freedom of movement. The large guns are from a RotF Prime figure, the small guns and sword are by Dr Wu and the medium turrets are by the excellent FakeBuster on Shapeways.

The whole figure was painted by hand and decals designed by myself and printed on a professional Alps printer.

And lest you think this is the only form he takes in this custom-painted vision, you’ll soon see that he transforms into an equally fantastic vehicle. You really have to take a look at the close-ups to appreciate just how much work went into creating this Bumblebee.

See more pictures after the break.

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3D castlevania board

When we last heard from Redditor XsimonbelmontX, he had spent months constructing a custom Fallout Monopoly game for his wife. He received so much positive feedback that he was inspired to create a board game take on Castlevania, and it’s just as amazing as his last custom build.

He included 11 unique characters, and each character has an upgrade deck of 10-15 abilities. Those abilities are randomly unlocked each time the character levels up. The story of the game follows Simon’s Quest, and it’s obvious he put a lot of work into figuring out the design and gameplay.

Read more about the game and see a gallery of photos after the break.

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lego bot

At first, YouTube user Mahj’s LEGO castle looks simple. It appears to be a basic structure without too many details. However, there’s more than meets the eye. The inside of the castle is fitted with electronics that allow the castle to turn into a walking robot. What? This is so creative I can’t stand it.

See the walking castle in action in the video after the break.

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LEGO makes Marvel minifigs, but they aren’t good enough for builder autorazr. He wants to make the blocky versions of superheroes and villains as accurate as possible, and to that end he’s designed a ton of minifigs. His gallery features characters like Kraven the Hunter (pictured above), the Runaways, and Hobgoblin with different accessories and in various costumes – he’s already made more than 100 Marvel minifigs. I’m drooling.

See more of his cool work after the break.

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The helicarrier from The Avengers is made to be built from LEGO bricks, and LEGO Ideas (formerly Cuusoo) user ysomt came up with a design that uses 22,694 of them. Isn’t it a thing of beauty? He reviewed stills from the film and did his best to make the helicarrier screen accurate and get the proportions just right. It measures 85.4 by 45.3 inches so you’d need to clear a big space to build and display it. If the project receives 10,000 votes, this beast of a helicarrier could become an actual product on store shelves.

Vote to make the LEGO helicarrier a reality at LEGO Ideas.

See more of the impressive build after the break.

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If a product doesn’t exist for a certain franchise, fans often take matters into their own hands. Some of these fans are more dedicated than others, and Redditor The_Stoney_Badger’s pal is definitely in that group. He made an Adventure Time deck for Magic: The Gathering, and it rocks. Besides the tedious work involved in printing and attaching the images to cards, he also took the time to find characters that fit the cards’ descriptions perfectly.

The bizarre animated series has plenty of creatures and magic, so it’s a great fit for the card game. This needs to become an officially licensed thing.

See more photos of the custom cards after the break.

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custom michonne barbie

Flickr’s Peewee Parker likes to make custom dolls and, as you can see, does some pretty kickass work. This custom Michonne looks like she’d take Barbie out in about two seconds.

She’d probably keep Ken as one of her “pets” while she was at it.

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the minion chair

Etsy seller DesignsByMeganAlyss has a Minion kid chair just for you.

She offers them custom made to order and, because she personally upholsters each chair to your specs, she can make them look like your favorite minion.

If your kid likes Despicable Me, I’m pretty sure they’re gonna love this. I just wish she made them in adult sizes!

Product Page ($160 via Homes and Hues)


This monster was designed by a Russian guy using 3D modelling software. He and his buddies then used a Nissan Maxima for parts and made what looks like a giant, bloated Batmobile. I could totally see the Dark Knight saving Gotham behind the wheel of this during a blizzard.

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