Saturday, September 22, 2007


A while ago, Earl-o Kotaro held How-con, a contest based around the new skeletons and skeletal horses. This spurred Mashikuf's sc2.

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Luxorv also has some sports-themed vigs like Motocross fun and Mountain fun.

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Luxorv has a series of Exo-force vigs, including movie parodies of Star Wars and the Matrix.

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Nannan Z always has provocotive vigs, like these Torture stands.

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Lucy in the Wardrobe with Fauns

DARKspawn has a great Narnia vig called What Lucy Found There. The construction of Mr. Tumnus is particularly clever.

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Hmm, this really belongs on Scaled up LEGO bricks, but this diver scene from (apparently) the Children's Museum in Winnipeg is a giant version of a vig. In a related theme, Joniis has a Coral reef expedition bignette.

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Unfortunately I can't link images off of the Lowlug site, so when they hold their periodic Mini-MOC-Madness contests, I have to wait until people post their creations on Brickshelf, Flickr, or some other site, to have anything other than text here. Anyway, Jovel has recently posted Oh what fun, a ravine (second place entry in the "Vacation" contest) and Tornado (fourth place entry in the "Weather" contest). It looks like time for the next contest, with the theme "Gladly that I file" (hmm, that's what Babelfish gives me; maybe someone could leave a comment with a better translation). --Update: Marakoeschtra has let me know that it should be "Gladly that I drive."-- Keep tuned for entries and winners from the new contest.

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Friday, September 21, 2007

Mr. Sandman, send me a dream

If you've ever read the Sandman graphic novels you'll love this series of MOCs by Shane Larson, including a vig, On the Shores of Night.

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Saturday, September 15, 2007

Tuesday, September 04, 2007


Annie Preston presents a baseless vig, flowers, featuring a printed Freestyle brick.

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Saturday, September 01, 2007

It's a small, square world after all

At the 1000SteineLand event in Berlin, someone (a MALUG member?) presented a series of Nation vigs, such as China and Germany. I really like the mosaic backgrounds in these.

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