Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Lego UCS Tron Light Cycles on Lego Ideas


Hello all fans of Lego! An amazing builder and great guy Peter Mowry has submitted his amazing Tron Light Cycles to Lego Ideas! These things are so cool, I would love to have one as a lego set, and I am sure you would to! Please help him out and support his project, and share with as many people as you can! Thank you!

Link to the project.

~Matthew Oh~

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

A Glow From Below

Nooreuyed has become quite an amazing scene builder, with his lighting and atmosphere. This is a perfect example of both of those. Sometimes the world isn't picture perfect. Actually, it rarely is. So this barren, desolate landscape patrolled by a walker really caught my eye - not because it was amazingly detailed but because of the atmosphere and lighting.

Plus, the blue cylinders are just beautiful with their lighting. This isn't his only blog-worthy MOC though, so I encourage you to check out his photostream!

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Knightfall - The Haulic's Final Iron Builder entry!


This awesome lego suit built by Legohaulic (Tyler Clites) and his sister, littlehaulic is the final build for their Iron Builder against the reigning champions, Sean and Steph Mayo. This was one amazing Iron Builder, so many fantastic builds! For the full thread of the builds, and the hilarious smack, go this this link.

Now I will just let the amazingness of this wearable creation soak in....

And on a side note, here is one of my favorite builds from the Sean and Steph Mayo for the Iron builder!

Sun Salamander

Friday, May 2, 2014

Symphony of Construction Round 2

May 1st

Symphony of Construction Round 2 is finally here! Symphony of Construction is a collection of fantastic builders and builders who compose playing a spoof off of the "telephone game." This Round was exceptional, with so many talented builders involved! Here is the list, of the composers, and their creations/composed scores!

The Wasteland

The Wasteland by Paul Vermeesch

Beyond Shadow by Max Pointner

Water's Berth

Water's Berth by DR.Church

Mihai Marius Mihu disabled the ability to reshare, in order to listen to this wonderfully composed piece, visit the link!

"We Have a Story to Tell" by mihaimariusmihu


Woods by davekaleta

Land of Leaping Shadows by Lee Muzzy and Ian Spacek

The Temple of the Twin Jaguars.

The Temple of the Twin Jaguars. by Mark Erickson

Paul has put together a list of the builders here!

Looking forward to Round 3!

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

To Continue...

...With the "bigger theme", except these are bigger on both the inside and the outside.

ysomt's Milwaukee Art Museum:

Corvin Stichert's Airbus A400 Atlas

If you look closely, the first is actually rendered, believe it or not. The Airbus is quite massive. You can see more of the Airbus from Corvin's set.

Both are fantastically done.

Sunday, March 16, 2014

It's Bigger In the Inside

I recently discovered Doctor Who, but I wouldn't call myself a Whovian. I enjoy the show, but I'm not addicted to it. Adam Dodge also found the show recently, and for the MocAthalon 2014 category "Bookends" he made the TARDIS (or Time and Relative Dimension in Space, as I found out), The Doctor, and a Dalek.

The bookends also match up perfectly, to create a nice diorama.

I'm not sure, but I think that's the 10th Doctor, David Tennant. The books relating to time and space in the middle are a nice touch too.

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Buy One, Get One Free!

If you all haven't deserted us yet, I thought I'd share with you a couple aircraft I found recently. I leave it to you to decide which is your favorite.

Crimson Storm, by JonHall18

The coolant holes in the gun are what sold me on this design. Without them, it would have been awesome, but that simple detail took it well above the norm.

B-25H, by Sydag

I've always loved WWII airplanes, so when I found out that Sydag was making a B-25, I was quite interested. The curves on these are not easy, but Sydag pulled this off very well. On top of that, he made it in tan, which doesn't have as large a part selection as other colors.

Fantastic work, both of you!

Wednesday, March 12, 2014


Silver Bolt

This amazing creations is built by Li Li, and is stupendous! The color scheme is fantastic, the shaping is awesome, and that background is epic! This Tank just looks dangerous! There is so much awesomeness in this, I will just let the picture speak for itself...view it on MOCpages and flickr!

Friday, March 7, 2014

Iron Builder: Lego Junkie vs. Gilcélio

I thought I would mention a few of the best builds from the Iron Builders each month. This month it's Evan B. and Gilcélio Chagas. I'll leave a few photos from each here for you to admire.

Lego Junkie/ Evan B.

Gremlin Tank

Drat Rod

Gilcélio/ Gilcélio Chagas

Forestry Excavator

Stone Age

This will be an Iron Builder contest we won't forget easily!

Thursday, March 6, 2014

U.S.S. Alabama

Lukasz Wiktorowicz is known, not for his detailed, modern vehicles, but rather for his castle builds. He says "I am pure castle builder but I wanted to try something new. So this is the result." And boy, is this result cool.

U.S.S. Alabama:

The bow is excellent, the angle is perfect. This entire thing is living (okay, maybe not living) proof that you don't have to stay in your theme/s to build well. If a castle builder can build a battleship well, there aren't any more excuses for anyone!

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Spaceships and Mechs and Giant Robots, Oh Yes!

Catching up on recent MOCs, since we haven't posted in what, months? School again. I know, lame excuse. So as an apology, four of the best recent sci-fi Lego creations in the last few days.

FLAVIO's Falcon:

This just begs for more angles, in my opinion, so here you go.

Jason Corlett's Cherno Alpha

I'm sure some of you will have seen this, it's been circulating recently. I confess I have a mish-mash of favorite themes, and favorite movies as well. I loved Pacific Rim, so I was very happy to see this in my contacts' feed a couple days ago. Apparently, he also says he's going to make the other three also, so hearing that made my day.

tardisblue's Vorfechter:

As Simon Liu said, we often forget that spaceships don't have to be "streamlined and sleek". They can be just as cool, if not cooler, with boxy, tough-looking shapes such as Nick has demonstrated. The color scheme is sweet too.

curtydc's Hawken Reaper:

An incredible amount of angles, colors, and ideas all put together. The lift just adds to the presentation. 

We hope you enjoyed this post, and please don't forget about us just yet! 

Thursday, January 30, 2014

The Mother of All Tanks

The Mark VIII International Tank, re-created here by JBIronWorks was nicknamed "Mother" in WWI... I think. But either way, it's also the mother of modern tanks, since it was the earliest real tank. Anyway, without further ado, the Mark VIII International Tank:

Building it in dark tan is impressive, given the somewhat limited amount of pieces in dk. tan. The flag is a nice touch too.

Tuesday, January 21, 2014



This eye catching moc is built by Paul Vermeesch, and is beautiful! Great NPU work with the Chima ship hull, and fantastic composition! I love the strata-like rockwork, and the trees are fantastic! The whole concept is wonderful, check it out on flickr and MOCpages!

Monday, January 20, 2014

Homeworld: Shipbreakers

I want to ride these. Or drive these, preferably. So cool and tough-looking. Brought to you by Pierre E Fieschi.
Spade F.C.V.

"Ox" Light Module Transport (with Tracer L.A.V.)

If I could build vehicles, they'd be a lot like this.

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Doth Mother Know You Weareth Her Drapes?

This excellent Iron Man Mosaic, brought to you by Brickmoc.

This is made up of 6 large grey baseplates and approximately 3500+ tiles, according to Brickmoc. Bravo, and would you mind an encore sometime in the future, perhaps?

Tuesday, January 14, 2014



This wonderful build is done by Legonardo Davidy (David Hensel), and is amazing! So many NPU work, I love it! His use of minifig shields, helmets, and swords are stupendous! Sauron's hand reaching out to you is perfect, and I love how he made it to fit the one ring! So many fantastic details in this one picture, just soak it all in.......Check it out on flickr!

Monday, January 13, 2014

Space Dance

We are back in business! I apologize for the lack of blog posts, been very busy, as you probably know. :P We will be posting blogs, once again, so stay tuned!

Space Dance

The first of 2014, this WALL-E build is just awesome! Built by Legohaulic (Tyler Clites), the detail he achieved is amazing! He really captured the look of Eve, she is amazing! The negative space really works well with her, and WALL-E is wonderfully done! Spectacular detailing work, his eyes are my favorite part! Check out this wonderful creation on flickr!