For the Braaiiinnss!!! Sci-Fi contest Giorgos Solomonidis designed a building inspired from The Evil Within video game. The building uses a ridiculous number of cheese slopes but it well worth it for the amazing level of detail that was achieved. It's no surprise that they are now his least favorite piece.
The wheel in London goes round and round. Brandon wyc built a diorama of a double decker bus traveling around a sphere of London buildings. Within the cityscape you can find iconic landmarks such as the London Eye, Tower Bridge and Big Ben. The MOC was inspired by the nursery rhyme "The Wheels on the Bus", but … Continue reading The Wheel in London
SEBASTIAN-Z built the House of Black and White, a temple from the Game of Thrones. The scene shows Arya Stark's first visit to the temple, including the collected faces and weirwood (black) and ebony (white) doors.
There's no place like home, unless that place is filled with LEGO. Leah G built a micro Wizard of Oz scene, complete with Dorothy's farm home and a tornado. The gray scale elements reflect the movie's original release in 1939, and use unique pieces to create the farm buildings and equipment.
"The quest to reclaim a homeland and slay a dragon," passes through the heart of the Woodland Realm. If you're a Tolkien geek and/or architecture aficionado like myself, you'll certainly enjoy the beauty of Jonas Kramm's creation, Halls of Thranduil!
There is nothing better than Star Wars, LEGO and architecture. Two builders managed to combine all three into wonderline skyline models. First, Pfirsichbraut modeled iconic structures, including the a house from Tatooine, Theed Royal Palace, Death Star and Cloud City. The second model designed by Pretzel829 depicts the Theed, capitol city of Naboo. Included is the Royal Palace, Hangar … Continue reading Star Wars Skylines
Here's something for you LOTR fans! Tomarr built a LEGO Architecture Skyline version of Mordor for the IDS-Architecture Contest. The model includes Morannon, Cirith Ungol, Mount Doom and Barad-Dû.