We’ve seen many official and unofficial LEGO AT-AT builds over the years, but you have to admire Noah‘s 5000 piece build. It’s properly scaled to minifigs!
If that wasn’t enough, Noah also built a diorama of Hoth to go with it. Check out more pics and a video below. [click to continue…]
Metroid turned 30 this year, and like many 30 year-olds it probably still doesn’t quite have a solid idea of what it’s doing or where it’s going in life. Fortunately LEGOsman Jared Rosenblitt has opted to celebrate the anniversary by recreating the Parasite Queen, the very first boss fight in the Game Cube classic, Metroid Prime (a similar project by Rosenblitt went viral last year).
Rosenblitt showed off his LEGO rendering of the battle at Brickfair Virginia 2016 earlier this month, where Matthew Kay of Beyond The Brick interviewed him about his creation. Check out the video below. [click to continue…]
It’s, uh… it’s about midday-ish, isn’t it? Yeah, I think so.
YouTubesman ZaziNombies has once again brought an Overwatch weapon to life via the medium of LEGO. Last time we featured him on the site, he’d made a LEGO recreation of Reinhardt’s Rocket Hammer. This time he’s turned his attention to McCree’s Peacekeeper. Built using approximately 420 bricks and incorporating a LEGO Technic gear as the spur, we think this thing looks pretty golly gosh darned good. Check out a video showing off the build below. [click to continue…]
LEGO builder LegoJalex is hoping that his LEGO Star Wars bobblehead concept will become a reality. We are too—I mean, just look at those LEGO heads wobble! The question is, how did he do it?
I was thinking about how a bobblehead could be made by LEGO bricks, and how the wobbling effect could be built. There is no real LEGO spring that can be used for this purpose, so I had to think of something else to use. After some trial and error I found a simple technic using an LEGO antenna piece which creates a wobbling effect that works really well.
I’ve seen LEGO and I’ve seen bobbleheads, but I’m pretty sure this is the first time I’ve seen them combined. Plus, the heads are swappable. Put Leia’s head on Vader’s body. How hilarious would that be? Check out more pictures and video below. [click to continue…]
Going to see Suicide Squad tonight? If you enjoy it, that’s awesome. If you think it sucks that’s okay too, because you’ll still have this wonderfully detailed version of the first TV spot in LEGO. Watch it below. [click to continue…]
Nothing ever conceived of in the bowels of a medieval dungeon could possibly compare to this. However, there is one body type that is built to survive this kind of torture. Check out the entire video below (slightly NSFW). [click to continue…]
This fantastic meta LEGO spaceman composition was created in Blender by aido k because, let’s face it—not many people have the cash to put this together in real life.
Check out the complete work below. [click to continue…]
From computer scientist Margaret Hamilton to astronaut Sally Ride, women have played a critical role in shaping our nation’s space program. Now, a few LEGO fans want to highlight some of these NASA pioneers by creating an official Women of NASA LEGO set.
The set, which was submitted to LEGO ideas, will feature five famous female astronauts scientists, and all-around space pioneers: [click to continue…]
LEGO is all up in SDCC with life-size models and exclusives. If you are unable to see them in person at booth #2829 in Hall D than continue on for all the pics and info. [click to continue…]
Back in March we revealed that LEGO was going to make its first Adventure Time set. Well, here’s your first look a the finished product.
The 495-piece set will feature eight characters and will be available starting January 1st for $49.99. LEGO fans can also check out the set at the upcoming San Diego Comic Con, where it’ll be on display. With any luck there will be more elaborate sets in the future featuring locations from the show.
Check out the full press release below. [click to continue…]