For the Summer Joust 2018 contest Koen entered a microscale castle. The model fits within the 12x12 stud maximum dimensions and uses some pretty unique elements.
Lonnie.96 displayed two emergency services buildings at Queenscliffe Bricks 2018. The ambulance and fire stations are modeled after real buildings, which can be seen below.
Over the last couple of years Scott W. has built dozens of amazing micro modela inspired from many LEGO architecture builders (including myself - see the first image below). Much of Scott's inspiration has been taken from ArchBrick, which is one reason why I continue to blog LEGO architecture daily. For more builds be sure … Continue reading Microscale LEGO City
Brickstons Group built a diorama depicting a Viking ascension upon a Spanish village. The model includes a Viking ship and several 9th century Spanish buildings. Check out a video walk through below for more details. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXz05MJafDg&feature=youtu.be
The ArchBrick/BriXtar Skyscraper Challenge is complete. 28 participants entered the challenge. Congratulations to t.brick for their Dissolving Tower (73 points)! Second Place: The Chicago Spire (71 points) - lamborghiniwafflesauce Third Place: Striped Building (61 points) - betweenbrickwalls
Jean Macou built an amazing modular fire station. The four story building's tan elements give the MOC plenty of texture and details. In back is a garage for river rescue operations.
Scott Stasiuk has constructed five buildings as part of a row house collaboration. Each build has a unique design and a variety of architectural details.
ItouN attempted to build Matsumoto Castle (Japan) using Blurender. While some connection are uncertain the use of hinge and slope elements are fantastic.
If you haven't seen Bricked1980's newest modulars you are in for a treat! The Brick Square Post Office and Queen Bricktoria Pub are two highly detailed MOCs, complete with beautiful facade details and great interior scenes.
Mansur Soeleman completed a digital model of the Custom House, Boston's oldest skyscraper. The 1:550 scale model uses inverted bricks and plate to portray the windows of the tower.