Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Watch out for that first step

MauricioVollu presents Bungee Jump. I love the forced perspective with the microscale boat below.



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Saturday, March 20, 2010

Going somewhere, Lego?

Brandon Griffith made a great chess set based on Star Wars, ANH. Some of the pieces are actually little 6x6 vigs, like Greedo and Obi-Wan.




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Friday, March 19, 2010

11th Doctor

Lego nabii presents the 11th Doctor. I haven't watched any of the new iteration of Doctor Who, but I remember from the old days watching a lot of Tom Baker and Peter Davison that Time Lords were supposed to have 12 reincarnations. What are they planning to do if the series continues a couple more years?



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Sunday, March 14, 2010

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Thirsty fig

I'm not sure what Michael Jasper's recent baseless vig has to do with Bavarian folklore, but that's what he's calling it. Is this an illustration from a particular story?



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Avast ye, me hearties!

Only a couple of days left in the Jolly Roger Contest, so build quick! For those of us on the sidelines, though, let's check out the vignette entries, including Robinson's Castle Siege and Jalkow's JIceberg Ahead.




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Thursday, March 11, 2010

Neither rain nor snow nor ninjas ...

Ninjas have to learn not to mess with the postman, as learned in this pair of vigs by Ponury123.




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Thursday, March 04, 2010

ClickBrick

It seems it must be time for the annual ClickBrick contest. A major Japanese LEGO store holds a regular contest challenging builders to make 16x16 scenes. Recently Wabisabi's Nodame Orchestra and TN-FACTORY's Super Express N700 and 923 have appeared on Brickshelf.




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