Today we are announcing the Skyscraper build challenge with BriXtar! With this challenge you can build a LEGO skyscraper creation of any scale and any height as long as the building doesn’t exceed 12 studs in length or width. The winner will receive the 21039 Shanghai Skyline including the impressive skyscrapers Shanghai World Financial Center and … Continue reading ArchBrick/BriXtar Skyscraper Challenge!
Relive the magic of Disney's Frozen with Ben Pitchford's Arendelle Castle. The eight month project stands almost four feet (120cm) tall, and includes the castle and a mountain backdrop. See a video walk-through below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DWPFjxZivE4&t=2s
Around one year ago Patrick B. started his ExploringTheShire (from Lord of the Rings) project. The latest MOC in the series is Sandyman's Mill, a build that is filled with wonderful techniques and details.
While Arsenal Block seems rather normal, many secrets hide in the modular building. Built by koalayummies, the four story modular is used for security intelligence and contains espionage equipment. Historic weapons and gear also can be found.
baby__lego has created a series of amazing mini modulars. The modulars vary in style in function; ranging from a coffee shop, to a steakhouse, to a train station.
Klee Corner is Pau Padrós' eighth modular, which uses a whopping 4480 pieces. The MOC consists of three buildings that use a combine 40 unique colors, and contains some great details.
Da Silva created a beautiful microscale model of the Sanctuary of Fátima, located in Portugal. The model uses 1326 pieces and does a great job at capturing the details in curved colonnade and tower.
Victorian homes are known for their intricate detail and grandeur, all of which are found in Boise Brick's modular. The two story building (with garage) uses a tan palette with white trim and accents that make a great residence.
Though Pete Strege hasn't shared a creation in nearly a year his work remains very impressive. Several outstanding modulars and MOCs have been built by Pete, including Apple Square University, Fountain Castle, Green Gables Stadium, and Spy Spire.
Boost your Bricks completed a micro version of the Pentagon, located in Washington D.C. The model uses 848 pieces and is only connected to its base on one side, due to its irregular shape. If you enjoy this model instructions are available for sale, here.
AdNorrel created a beautiful scene from the fictional town of Kesarel. The town is located in the European country of Bernaldia, on the shores of the North Sea. The photo represents the final scene in AdNorrel's mafia series.