Meet Steve. Steve is a cathedral golem, built by Caleb Flutur for the Summer Joust contest. If a church ever turned into a transformer, this is the result.
CaptainMutant continues to add to his Planetary Outpost, posted on LEGO Ideas. The 1978 piece model (a nod to the release of the Classic Space theme) features removable roof and walls, and loads of space details in a 21st century addition.
Christophe recreated the Desert Map from the online battle royal game PlayerUnknown's Battleground. For more closeups checkout the a stop motion video below. Stop Motion Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVdHLTq4S00&feature=youtu.be
ZCerberus built Space Base H17 for Brickworld 2017. The model includes over 100 lights, a working turbolift, exhaust fans and iridescent planet lighting.
Mark of Siloam recreated Belle's House from Beauty and the Beast. The medieval home was an entry for the CCC Village Life category.
Cab ~ retouched and reposted the "Wookie House", an entry in the 2014 MocOlympics. The category was Worst Movies of All Time, with Cab ~ building the Wookie House from the Star Wars Holiday Special.
Kalais (Bricks' Treasure) completed their largest diorama ever by building the Castle of the Lion Knights under attack by the orcs. Inspiration for the model came from many fantasy worlds, including WarCraft, Diablo, Lord of the Rings, and DarkSiders 2. The castle took about 4 months to design and construct and has around 20,000 pieces.
Etel Enzos recreated scenes from the first half of the movie The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. The model begins in The Shire, travels through Old Forest, followed by the Brandiwine river, the village of Bree, Weathertop and finally Rivendell.
Carter Witz's favorite book in the Chronicles of Narnia series is the The Horse and His Boy (book five). The constructed scene of Tashbaan depicts Shasta mistaken for Prince Corin by the Narnians. In addition to the scene the archway and buildings also use great texturing detail.
Eggy Pop returned to building by constructing Castle Pyke from Game of Thrones. The castle sits atop "the fingers" which depict a hand emerging from the sea.