What you see here is a LEGO Technic MOC of the 2016 Tesla Model S. I know right. Finally! Finally someone decided to turn this modern day icon into a LEGO Technic version and it its absolutely cool! What makes this even more rad is, the details that went into it and also, remote control. Yup. This LEGO-lized Tesla Model S actually rolls. Even cooler, it is controlled via a smartphone. I mean, seriously, how cool is that. Very. And that’s coming from a not-a-huge-fan. Continue reading This LEGO Technic MOC Tesla Model S Should Be Made As An Official Set
You know how you can make yourself into a superhero or Stormtrooper in action figure proportion? But what if you are not a fan of either? Or 3 inches just don’t speak volume about the mighty you? Well, here’s the solution: a 25-inch inflatable figure of yourself, or whoever you want, really. Called 25INCH.me, the Italian company lets you create a 25-inch tall inflatable doll (hence the name 25INCH.me) with custom image of your face, or anyone of your choosing. Continue reading You Can Now Buy A 25-inch Tall Inflatable Doll Of Yourself
The Singaporean man with the thing for mechanized dieselpunk walking tank scale model is back. This time Michael Sng is bringing a new model called Codename Colossus M1A2 Light Walker Squad Leader ver. The new model is, as expected, very dieselpunk-ish, featuring a hexapod design with a lightly armored body. As with previous Machination Studio’s creation, Codename Colossus M1A2 Light Walker Squad Leader ver. Is motorized and lighted, where appropriate, with LEDs. This new walking tank is of 1/35 scale model kit composed of over 60 polyurethane resin cast and 3D printed parts, and each unit comes with a multi-part character figure called Sergeant Reynolds. Here’s a little backstory of this fictional soldier and his war machine: Continue reading Machination Studio’s New Light Walker Scale Model Is On Kickstarter
First and foremost, to avoid unnecessary disappointment and rage, you have to know that the Dogzilla figure you see here is not real. It is a concept design dreamed up by Taiwanese designer Noger Chen, otherwise known as Goodzilla, to mark the Lunar Year of the Dog. Yeah. I know, it is disappointing that it isn’t real. Also, knowing how sometimes licensing can cost, I wouldn’t hold my breath for it to happen now, or in the future. Noger just love designing and for this particular concept figure, he imagine this figure to feature a wagging tail because, dog. Continue reading Man, This Dog Version Of Godzilla Figure Has To Be Made!
Most loyal Star Wars didn’t think Episode I, The Phantom Menace lived up to the franchise’s name, but if there was one thing good and memorable about the film, it would be the Pod racing scenes. It must be so, why else would there be a video game on it, right? I am not going to lie. I am a fan of the Pod racing scene and now even more so because of one dude: Alexis Dos Santos. You see, Alexis Dos Santos, AKA TKEL Creations, has recreated the iconic Pod racing scene with LEGO and mind you, he didn’t just cobble together a diorama of the scene; he recreated the scene as an interactive LEGO which he can play like a video game. Now, that’s super cool! Continue reading I Want This LEGO Arcade Of The Star Wars Pod Racing So Very Badly!
Premium scale models of iconic movies like Star Wars is never a thing for mass production toy company like Hasbro, but in recent years, things have took a change for the better, starting with the Black series collectible figures. Granted, they don’t look anything like Hot Toys’, but it is great in bang-of-buck point-of-view. Now, Hasbro is taking this premium endeavor further with a new crowdfunding-style platform called HasLab where premium collectibles will be made with the support of fans. It works like any crowdfunding platform; fans back the product and if it meet the minimum number of backers within the listed deadline, Hasbro will produce the product. The major difference here with other crowdfunding site is, Hasbro won’t run away with your money. Continue reading Hasbro Is Selling Jabba’s Sail Barge Via A Kickstarter-like Pre-sale Campaign
Considering how big the name Mario is, it is hard to imagine there isn’t an official LEGO Mario figure. I mean, a huge, posable one, not the minifig scale kind. If you have been thinking the same, well, fret no more because, maker of random stuff (but mostly LEGO, really), hachiroku24 has built a posable figure of the world’s famous princess-saving plumber. Not only did he did that, but he is also kind enough to guide whoever are interested in building one themselves. Continue reading Guy Built A Posable LEGO Mario Figure, Teaches You How To Built One Too
So, you think you are the master of jigsaw puzzles? Well, good for you, but if you ask me, you can’t call yourself the ‘master’ until you have tried your hands on the Beverly Micro Hell Jigsaw Puzzle. From Japanese puzzle maker Beverly, this jigsaw puzzle is appropriately filed under a category called “Hell Puzzle.” Why? Because, with micro puzzle pieces and only in one solid color, it is definitely going make putting it together a living hell. Good news for those who have the unique ability of recognizing minor differences in shapes; not so good news for those who are good at discerning minuscule image differences because, there isn’t any to work with. Continue reading This Mono Color Micro-sized Jigsaw Puzzle Set Will Drive You Up The Walls
Like iPhone, LEGO is pretty much capable of many things and apparently, it now includes blowing snow. Yup. I didn’t think that is possible either, but truth be told, it can, albeit a little slower than one may have hoped. A YouTube channel that deals in all thing LEGO, specifically Technic sets, known as The Brick Wall, has created an impressive Snowblower mod. The Brick Wall did not cobbled together this impressive, fully functionally snowblower from scratch though; he (or was it a she?) took a LEGO Technic 6×6 All-Terrain Tow Truck, designated 42070, as a base and weaved his (or her?) magic on it to result in a working snowblower. Continue reading Someone Turned A LEGO Technic Tow Truck Into A Working Snowblower!
Lets face it. However you try to up the firepower of your NERF guns, nothing will ever beat the barrage of Rival foam balls like a minigun does. Mini, what? Yes. You freaking heard that loud and clear. A NERF minigun. Obviously, Hasbro did not and probably will never roll out a NERF version Gatling gun, but someone actually did and that one person is YouTuber Captain Xavier. With the help of a few YouTubers, Captain Xavier has DIY-ed a NERF Rival Minigun that looks as good as it functions. Yes. It is totally functional, which makes it an awesome cosplay accessory too, as showcased by the man himself. Man, the getup is absolutely stunning. Continue reading This DIY NERF Rival Minigun Spits Out Foam Balls At 20 Rounds/Sec!