Juraj Švec built the first component of a three part series, consisting of a warehouse and resting place. The multi-colored tiles used on the roof and especially the door of the warehouse makes for a really neat model.
Norton74's "Warehouse Life" was commissioned by a leading German pallet truck and forklift manufacturer. Three different scenes were created that show the warehouse in action; unload/upload, storage and picking. The three subjects also serve as the manufacturer's advertising campaign.
Jako of Nerogue built an Orcish mill filled with amazing textures and techniques. The mill entrance uses a mixture of profile bricks, round elements and 1x2 tiles to creating a pretty amazing effect.
Roanoke Handybuck built an incredible model of Sandyman's Watermill from the Lord of the Rings. The model took two and a half months to complete has uses about 10,000 pieces. One of my favorite parts of the MOC is the construction of the bridge, which uses a mixture of light gray rectangular and circular tiles to achieve … Continue reading Sandyman’s Watermill
Martin Harris 1 attempted his first microscale build by constructing a model from a favorite childhood story. The Micropolis model of Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory uses a gray palette that emphasizes parts usage and technique to make a great first micro model.
Eduard Petrac's mill in the woods is inspired from the fairytale "Bridesman Sun and Bride Bridekins." The story emphasizes honesty and fairness over greed and arrogance.
This model of a dam was directly inspired from the infamous Hoover Dam in the southwest region of the United States. HG DEBRIS's three year journey to complete the MOC originally began as a study in curves, but has progressed into a wonderful fully finished model.
Jarren Harkema's amazing Crystal Fountain is inspired from M. C. Escher's print entitled "Waterfall." The painting depicts a perpetual motion machine where water appears to run downhill before reaching the top of a waterfall. The LEGO version uses a more realistic concept, and even "flows" real water (check out the video below). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjXr7V7IeYo&feature=youtu.be
Max Holmes rendered a great model of a medieval windmill. The model is filled with wonderful details, from the textured terrain to the stone facade.
fishingtwister built a working medieval windmill. The 2250 piece model has a difficult construction due to the mesh of cobblestone pieces. While the build appears fragile it is assured pretty sturdy. fishingtwister is also the creator of the 10,000 person supported model of the medieval watermill, currently in review.