Here’s a LEGO MOC that’s a departure from the norm. It is a baby stroller, made entirely out of LEGO Technic elements – saved for the seat portion (which like it is of nylon, pulled from an actual stroller). It is worthy of a mention because, who would have thought of making a baby stroller out of LEGO elements? Probably no one except TKEL Creations, AKA Alexis Dos Santos. Continue reading Someone Made A Baby Stroller Out Of LEGO Technic Elements
It started out with the desire to make a smartphone stand out of LEGO bricks, but then US-based Japanese Twitter user jeunetleaf (@jeunetleaf) supposed smartphone stand evolved into a minifigure-size movie theater. Originally, the intention was to create a LEGO bricks-based stand for her smartphone when watching video. While at it, jeunetleaf thought it might be fun to make the stand look like a cinema. She then started to add details like walls with wall lights, stepped staging with seats, doorways, and even a projector with a projectionist behind it. Continue reading What Started Out As A Smartphone Stand Turned Into A Mini LEGO Theater
Sariel, the person known for whipping incredibly detailed remote control custom LEGO vehicles is back and this time, he made a LEGO RC 1970 Porsche 917K and believe me, this creation easily blast original offerings from LEGO out of water for accuracy. I mean, LEGO Technic set like the Bugatti Chiron accurately recreated the form, but the Technic pieces just made them look a little too ’technical’. Too many crevices and openings here and there. Continue reading Check Out This Incredible LEGO RC 1970 Porsche 917K Build By Sariel
This is custom LEGO Technic Railway System, an amazing Great Ball Contraption, created by LEGO enthusiast Akiyuki. It may not look like much, but it really is an amazing work of art. For starter, the trains’ movement are actually independent. Meaning each train is powered by its own motors with no microcomputers or electronic control devices involved. Secondly, while it may look rather sparse, this setup actually contains over 6,000 LEGO elements and it took more than 150 hours to build. Thirdly, it is, well, a Great Ball Contraption. Duh. Continue reading Watch This LEGO GBC Railway System In Action And Be Mesmerized
So, you think the LEGO 10030 UCS Imperial Star Destroyer’s 3,000 plus pieces was massive? Well, I guess you and I have seen nothing yet. What you see here is an ginormous LEGO MOC Imperial Star Destroyer called ISD Tyrant, put together by one seriously creative and talented LEGO enthusiast, Matt Benner. Guess how many pieces it is composed of? 35,000. That’s thirty-five freaking thousands – in case you need it in words. Continue reading Mind Blown: 35,000 Bricks Custom LEGO Imperial Star Destroyer
We started following The Brick Wall earlier this year, but already, this amazing LEGO Technic MOC (My Own Creation) builder have turned out some very, very impressive LEGO Technic MOCs. Even before we notice The Brick Wall’s builds like the Snow Blower, LEGO Rumba, and the Breakfast machine, this talented LEGO enthusiast have built a bunch of others. Today, The Brick Wall impressive build portfolio is join by a Hay Rake… a LEGO Technic Hay Rake, of course. Continue reading Functional LEGO Technic MOC Hay Rake Is Beyond Cool!
When first came across Dr. Peisan’s custom motorized LEGO Sushi Bar Conveyor Belt featured at Japan Brickfest 2018, we were completely impressed. We decided to write about it, but then, as we dug for more details, we discovered this Japanese master builder’s other work of art. We decided that it won’t do justice to this creative builder merely by pointing you to this impressive set that serves Brickheadz some adorable LEGO sushi on conveyor. Continue reading The Beautiful World Of Dr. Peisan LEGO MOC, Sushi Conveyor Included
We have featured quite a number of LEGO Ideas (or LEGO Cuusoo up till 2014) submissions. Most of them caught our attention because they are themed around familiar pop culture. Beyond that, there are actually other noteworthy submissions. The Old Workhorse – Traction Engine by one LEGO Ideas member Bricked1980 is one of them. Continue reading The Old Workhorse Traction Engine Is Not Your Usual LEGO Ideas Submission
Rebrickable member Lucky-Ramses have a created a LEGO MOC of the Hamm 1911 Roadroller and it looks just like the real-deal, except that it is made entirely out of LEGO elements. Very impressive. It is kind of steampunk-ish if it was in bronze. If you haven’t got a clue, Hamm is a German company that makes road construction and earth works equipment and the Hamm 1911 Roadroller was the world’s first motorized road roller. Continue reading LEGO MOC Hamm 1911 Roadroller Deserves To Be An Official LEGO Set
For some reasons, popular Japanese mecha anime Gundam and LEGO does not click (pun intended, btw), but despite so, it does not stop avid LEGO enthusiast by the LEGO Ideas handle demon1408 from trying to get this mechas from this iconic anime to the world of LEGO. This piece called LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupin ASW-G-08 from the anime series Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans is one of the many projects that demon1408 have submitted to get the community nods of approval. And it is one of the seven demon1408 have submitted. Continue reading I Would Love To Build Me Self A LEGO Gundam Barbatos Lupus!