Tom of Tom and Jerry is perhaps the one cartoon character that has been in the most malformed situations other than the good’ol Wile E. Coyote. Celebrating Tom and Jerry‘s 80 years in 2020, LEGO Ideas member, BrickGallery, has proposed a Tom and Jerry set that includes buildable figures of Tom and Jerry.
What you see here is the LEGO 3dfx Interactive Voodoo 3D Accelerator Card, aka Graphics Card, by LEGO Ideas member Bhaal_Spawn. It is one of those reasonable supported LEGO Ideas submission and you know it is totally cool, but at the end of the day, you know that it won’t ever make it as an […]
LEGO models of automobile are obviously not new, be it official LEGO’s or LEGO MOC. In fact, we just saw one brilliant example from a movie franchise. But that has nothing to do with Jake Sadovich’s, aka JakeSadovich77, proposed LEGO Ideas set, the 1950s Murray Torpedo Roadmaster Pedal Car.
LEGO, at this point, is pretty much synonymous with licensed products, but thankfully, there is still a bunch of LEGO MOC enthusiasts who are faithful in creating original designs. The LEGO Expedition Balloon by LEGO Ideas member Happysmurf is one such commendable original design.
Rest assure that after seeing Papaglop’s 4,000-piece LEGO MOC The Mandalorian Razer Crest, you will not want to look at the official set ever again. Papaglop is a LEGO enthusiast who is also a big fan of Star Wars.
LEGO can indeed build wonders. Throw in LEGO Technic elements in the mix and you can make this: Playing Card LEGO Gun. That’s right. Someone has built a playing cards shooting gun out of LEGO Technic.
Here’s a LEGO Ideas submission by LegoApple_V2. It is a tabletop basketball game for two person like you have known, but in LEGO form. It was LEGO Ideas’ staff pick last week (I think) and seriously, no prize for guessing why. I mean, who doesn’t like a game of table basketball in LEGO? Everyone does.
There’s no lacking of talented LEGO builders who are a major fan of epic Japanese anime Macross. Over the years, these LEGO enthusiasts/Macross fans had created countless LEGO iterations of the Macross SDF-1 Fortress Spaceship, but there was one from seven years ago that absolutely blew my mind.
You saw how Adam Savage built a steampunk rickshaw to enable Boston Dynamics’ robotic dog Spot to haul him around. You probably have also seen how the man scratch built the fabulous Victorian/steampunk-ish rickshaw.
I have always been a fan of Aérospatiale/BAC Concorde and naturally, when I saw this LEGO aircraft enthusiast/expert builder’s custom LEGO Concorde, I was immediately swooned over by this creation.