I have to confess. I have zero idea what a Fire Gorgon is, but man, this particular LEGO MOC by Andrew Steele, called Fire Gorgon, absolutely blew my mind. That’s right, folks. Incredibly, the menacing creature that you see here is 100 percent constructed using LEGO elements.
Life-size LEGO models are a dime a dozen. But not very often you see one that is actually drivable and looks kinda cute at the same time. Other than the drivable life-size LEGO Bugatti Chiron of recent time, this tiny low-rider is the other drivable LEGO creation created by LEGO especially for LA Auto Show.
There are some areas which Danish toy maker, LEGO, never ever touch. Areas like, you know, realistic military-related LEGO models, for example. That said, I didn’t think a LEGO set based on a maximum security prison will be any different because of its accurate depiction of the dark side of the society.
And we thought we impressed by the unofficial Leica x LEGO Rangefinder Model Camera. I guess we have seen nothing yet. What you see here is an accurate LEGO representation of the 1988 Nikon F3 Film SLR Camera.
Tesla Cybertruck has polarizing design that either you love it or hate it. Personally, I am digging it. The angular, futuristic look is not for everyone, but it is perfect as a LEGO model, as proven by LEGO enthusiast Peter Blackert.
If you love the idea of a LEGO set based on a real-life truck, or in this case, a semi, like the Scania Next Generation, then you may want to consider chipping your one precious support on LEGO Ideas for this creation called LEGO Scania Next Generation S730 by LEGO Ideas member mpj83.
Those guys over at LEGO really know how find reasons to build awesome giant sculptures. From a life-size Apollo 11 astronaut to mark the 50 years of Moon landing to a giant Batman to celebrate the cape crusader’s 80 years to a life-size McLaren Senna, they have done it all.
At a glance, the RC MAZ-535 8×8 Truck looks like just another RC model. But it is not “just another RC model.” OK. Maybe it kind of is. It is ‘just another impressive RC LEGO creation by Sariel’.
So many definitive TV shows and films from the 80s have been immortalized in LEGO form, so why should be Jim Henson’s 1982 cult classic, The Dark Crystal be left out? Hopefully not, if LEGO extraordinaire Brent Waller has his way.
You may remember Sariel for its flashy sportscar builds, but what you may not know is, this LEGO Technic extraordinaire is equally apt in creating other kind of vehicles and his latest “other kind of vehicles” is this insanely massive RC LEGO Technic Caterpillar 797F Dump Truck.