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
Jako of Nerogue built a small fishing village north of Dunhaven. The model contains a small number of buildings that support the few residents of the village.
When disaster strikes a city comes together to help rebuild its environment. This is exactly the case in Ralf Langer's earthquake devastated scene. The model is extremely realistic and perhaps one of the best "post-apocalyptic" MOCs in recent years.
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.
Brick Knight and his wife Brick Queen completed the All Star Arena and surrounding area for the Sydney Brick Show. The All Star Arena currently features Disney on Ice, including characters from Froze, Toy Story, and Cars.
Join the hero's journey to Bree-land with NorLego and Northern LEGO's medieval layout titled "Bree and the Buckleberry Ferry". The Lord of the Rings MOC depicts the crossing of the River Brandywine via the Buckleberry Ferry to the village of Bree.
Chris Edwards expanded the LEGO game of Heroica to include two town-like themes. "Twilight Parish" focuses on a church and grave and "Snowed Inn" features a medieval scene.
There is quite a difference between an urban and rural landscape. This is easily demonstrated in Full Plate's rural landscape and Sanel Lukovic's Biker Street scene, and they also demonstrate great techniques in various scales.
Take a stroll down memory lane with David Guedes and Allan Corbeil's "throwback" town scene. While the buildings are all custom, some are inspired from places in New Westminster, BC.