Monday, June 29, 2009

Brainbike.rider hits the wheels of steel...

The decks and headphones in this DJ vignette by brainbike.rider are fantastic.

The vest top is a little too "camp disco" for me though...

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Friday, June 19, 2009


Gcarstensen is planning on making vignettes from Edgar Allen Poe. He started with a vig based on Silence.

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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

V-pods, anyone?

I'm not sure when Elflands was posted, but as Nermal notes, "No one makes V-Pods anymore. Shame."

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Monday, June 15, 2009

Sir Dano is illustrating a D&D type story: Morkai Sewers. Be sure to read the .txt files for the captions.

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Saturday, June 13, 2009

It's hard out there for a pirate

Boanater's pirate is having a tough time. First he's shipwrecked, then he has a kraken attackin'.

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Friday, June 12, 2009

More battles

A couple of more entries to the Classic-Castle Battles Contest:

ThatPrimeGuy presents Cornered.

Griffon presents On Holy Grounds.

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Thursday, June 11, 2009


Some entries to the Battles Contest on Classic-Castle:

Shmails presents One last swing

Shmails also presents Taking the dog for a walk

A couple of different takes on battles include Babyjawa's entry medieval debate

and Heir's eterma; battle

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Behind the Empire

Kennymatic soothes our eyes with some lovely Imperial vignettes.

Into The Mothership

Tadshistate has taken us into the squidman mothership for some gruesome experiments.

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Wednesday, June 10, 2009


NewRight presents a classic scene from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, the broken bridge.

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Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Monday, June 08, 2009

Somewhere in Nevada...

Before I get to my first post:
Hello, I'm Harrison (Corran101), and I am one of the new contributers to VignetteBricks.
Now, to the post...

I just came across 2 Much Caffeine's "Boxing the Ark" vignette.
Boxing the Ark
I had seen it when it was new, but after coming across it again (now that I'm a contributor to the blog), I feel it should be blogged.
The crates are a nice combination of standard Lego crates with brick-built ones, along with SNOT for the base, and a neat tile pattern on the walls.

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LEGO imitates art, art imitates LEGO

Adamanteum brings us Art museum. BTW, I'm intrigued by the relationship between LEGO and art. If I were more of a masochist than I am, I'd start another blog called ArtBricks. In the absence of that, I just ran across a MOCpages group on LEGO art. As of yet that group hasn't had much conversation, so I'm trying to jump start it with a couple of topics. Check it out and add your thoughts.

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Thursday, June 04, 2009


Posing minifigs can be frustrating. They have no knees or elbows, and what articulation there is is limited, so it is sometimes hard to get them to look natural. 74louloute has been experimenting and has come up with a number of unique poses, shown here in the Dubbing of Sir Arnault, Die you, Yellowish! and Sir Hruodland and Durandal.

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Tuesday, June 02, 2009

LEAHI vigs

These vigs were in a gallery of MOCs from a LEAHI meeting (that's the LEGO Enthusiasts' Association of Hawaii). Does anyone know the builders?

Edit - Nelson let me know that the roller coaster is by Patrick Yrizarry and the rafting is by a builder named Randy. LEAHI had a vignette contest at their May meeting with the theme "My Favorite Summer Activity", and Patrick won it.
Thanks, Nelson!

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Monday, June 01, 2009


Check out this great castle vignette by Garbageman13. I find the rippling water and the detailed cliffside to be quite awesome.