LEGO that transforms much like Transformers action figures isn’t new. We have seen a couple of brilliant examples (here and here) in recent years. But this creation by LEGO enthusiast Julius von Brunk takes LEGO Transformers to the next level.
I was just admiring some of the submissions on LEGO Ideas. One submission caught my eyes. Then another and another… God damn it. They are all too brilliant! So, here it is, my list of 10 LEGO Ideas submissions that I think are worthy of a vote.
Have you ever look at a circuit board and imagine it to be a futuristic, miniature city? Not going to lie. I did when I was a kid and I still do now. It looks like there is at least one other person in this world who thinks like me. The thing is, this person …
After seeing how beautiful a vintage gadget such as a typewriter can look as a LEGO model, we can’t help but think that this proposed LEGO Ideas set, the Antique Cash Register LEGO MOC would be just as awesome – if not more awesome.
Surprisingly, there aren’t many LEGO MOC on Leica. Even more rare is the one that replicates the Original Leica shooter. The Vintage Camera: UR-Leica 1914 LEGO MOC is one such rare creation that is now on LEGO Ideas vying for your one precious support (LEGO Ideas should just go with “vote” instead of “support”. Just …
If you want to get creative with LEGO but don’t know where to start and you happen to love space-themed LEGOs, well then, the LEGO Space Projects 52 Creative Models (No Starch Press, ISBN-13: 978-1718501164) is just the LEGO literature for you.
LEGO enthusiasts Chubbybots aka Kevin Low has created his own LEGO rendition of King Ghidorah as seen in the movie King of the Monsters. There is little to say about the wonderful LEGO MOC except for it was majestic and we love what we have seen.
There have been many collectors’ worthy LEGO Batman’s vehicles. There’s the “Tumbler”, and the Batmobile and Batwing from Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman. But LEGO never had a decent, UCS-grade BatPod. It really should have one.
Coming from the talented LEGO builder behind the Freddie Mercury’s sculpture and Leia The Huttslayer is this imaginary LEGO Ultimate Collector Series Luke’s Hand.
Ochre Jelly’s submission to LEGO Ideas of Freddie Mercury may be a simple one, but somehow it managed to bring out the spirit of the flamboyant front man of British rock band, Queen. We certainly hope it get enough support to be considered as an official set.