Tuesday, 20 December 2011
It is very detailed and has some beautiful features like the sides of the house and the chimney.
The tower on the right is built with a great combination of colors. And the snow covering the roofs is just perfect.
Check out more on Monstrophonic's Flickr page.
Saturday, 17 December 2011
Lego announced the arrival of "The Lord Of The Rings" in the Lego world. (See Lego)
In the years to come Lego will release LOTR sets based on the three original movies and the two upcoming Hobbit movies.
For more info check out the Brother Brick post.
Monday, 12 December 2011
This 1931 Ford Model A Pickup created by Legohaulic is the first set to have its instructions posted on Netherbrick.com.
Check out the Instructions page to start building you own Ford Pickup!
Thursday, 8 December 2011
It is a medieval scene where there are a small stronghold on the right side of the river and a house with what looks like a small farm in front of it.
All the curves, like the fences and the river, and the different angles, the stronghold walls, make this a perfect little scene of medieval life.
Check out more on DR. Church's Flickr page!
Sunday, 4 December 2011
The combination of the Tan LightGreen and Brown colours makes this a perfect farm.
There is lots to see and do on this farm and it its very detailed. The roof and windows are very nicely done.
Check out more pictures on ZCerberus' Flickr page.
Sunday, 27 November 2011
The car looks great. There a lot of cool details like a spare wheel on the side and a trunk on the back.
Also there is the presumed gangster owner of the car.
Check it out on Steelwoolghandi's Flickr page.
Thursday, 24 November 2011
These buses were built in 1950's Poland.
The bus is on minifigscale and it looks like it has a working steering mechanism.
Look closely and you will see there are curtains on the inside!
See more on Noddy's Brickshelf page.
Wednesday, 23 November 2011
Monday, 21 November 2011
The Downloads page. This page will feature downloadable instruction for MOC's made by me or other people.
There is nothing on there yet but I am working on it.
The Video page. This page will be home to some cool and funny Lego videos from YouTube.
Wednesday, 16 November 2011
This a very pretty Gingerbread house. It was built by "tikitikitembo".
The house and it's surroundings are built to resemble candy and other sweets. Lollipop trees, muffin shrubs etc...
And there is even a Santa!
Check it out on Flickr.
Saturday, 12 November 2011
Peter has constructed very pretty little wizard cottage. He has constructed the walls and the chimney like they are built out of actual bricks. Also the roof looks very realistic and worn down.
The surroundings are very detailed and colorful. The little bridge over the small river is a very creative construction.
See more on Peter's Flickr page.
Friday, 11 November 2011
The different shades of green make this a realistic looking tree hideout. Three forestmen defend the forest or are waiting to rob someone.
Check out Matt's Flickr page for more!
Tuesday, 8 November 2011
Sunday, 30 October 2011
A beautiful MOC by Flickr user and LUGPol member PigletCiamek.
It depicts the Red Baron taking off from a little airfield. Also there is a small section of a hanger and a guarded entry road.
See more details on Flickr.
The woodwork details are well done, but the roof of the left building could have used a bit more detail.
The house on the right is just perfect for any medieval village or castle setting.
Check out more on Brickshelf.
Tuesday, 25 October 2011
The use different colored grey parts in the walls gives the castle a neat weathered look.
The wheel arches above the windows is a very creative solution.
Check it out on Brickshelf.
Wednesday, 19 October 2011
Tuesday, 18 October 2011
These are just two of Matija's many creations. Check out more of his creations on Mocpages. Go here for the Wild West Stagecoach and here for the Black Chariot.
Friday, 14 October 2011
Designholic* creates Lego comic's, like the one in this post. She also creates little scene's with various minifig's. Especially the Stormtrooper appear's in a lot of the scene's.
Check it all out at her Flickr folder!
Like this little detective scene. You can't help but wonder what he is looking fore. And what about that envelope and the treasure map....
Check out more of this cool little moc by SidSidious on Brickshelf.
Sunday, 9 October 2011
Thursday, 6 October 2011
Tuesday, 4 October 2011
Brickshelf user "namo" has done a great job of recreating the train in Lego.
Not only the carriages but also the engine are very detailed and beautifully built.
Check out Brickshelf for more.
And check out some info on the real train here.
Friday, 30 September 2011
This is the tower Orthanc it stands 228 bricks high! that is over 7ft (2m+) tall. IT really looks allot like the tower in the movies.
Around the base the battle of the Ents and the orc's is taking place. Look closely and you will find Merry and Pippin.
Check out the Flickr page for more!
Monday, 26 September 2011
Well they are built right here. Lego city's very own Barrel Factory.
Beautifully built by Flickr user "J-Spears".
Even one of our favorite superheroes is familiar with the factory.
Check out more on Flickr.
Friday, 23 September 2011
The use of the different colors and all the different angles is just perfect.
This would fit very nicely in every Prins Of Persia scene.
There is a small oasis on the side of the castle, hence the name.
Check out more in Aliencat's Brickshelf folder.
Tuesday, 20 September 2011
The crumbling tower by Flickr user Matthew Hurt is a cool ruined piece of real estate.
Matthew put his Lego collection to great use in this MOC. He used the round buildings technique to great the shape. And the crumbling top of the building is just perfect.
The bottom of the tower serves as a hideout for who ever is in need of such a place. There is even a fire to heat things up.
Check out Matthew's Flickr page for more.
Thursday, 15 September 2011
Built by Okayaraman from Flickr.
This is a very accurate build of Palpatine's office suite. The red colors, the stairs, the desk and the conic ornaments, it is all very much like the set used in the movie's.
Check out much more on Okayaraman's Flickr page!
Tuesday, 13 September 2011
Whenever trains and the western theme collide it can mean only one thing, train robbery. Or in this case they are trying to free a captured indian.
Brickshelf user MCDB built Black Bertha. It is a simple yet very western design. The wagons are very cool. And MCDB put his SNOT skills to good work.
Enjoy more on Brickshelf.
Monday, 12 September 2011
There are a lot of cool little details, like the stickers and the windows.
Also the tram is powered by a 9V train motor.
Check out more on Brickshelf.
Saturday, 10 September 2011
Pixelfox has created a western movie scene that comes with a story.
The Sheriff is taking care of business but someone is watching....
It is a very cool build. Check out the story on Brickshelf.
Thursday, 8 September 2011
It was posted Flickr.
This is the famous scene from the 6th Harry Potter book/film where Harry and Dumbledore attempt to find a Horcrux in a cave.
Lego.Skrytsson made great use of transparent red elements. And the Mad Scientist hair gives a real sense of movement.
Check out more of this awesome build on Flickr.
Wednesday, 7 September 2011
A truly great build by Brickshelf user Gearcs.
It features several dwarves and orcs fighting for control of the mines. There are four big pillars in the center of build and a large staircase circling form the lower to the higher levels.
The roof seems to be SNOT built which is done very well.
Check out more on Brickshelf.
Monday, 5 September 2011
Wednesday, 31 August 2011
Brickshelf user Flash has done a great job of placing the scene in the cowboy era.
Also worth a mention is the dinosaur skeleton, this an actual track side element in the Disney ride.
Check out more on Brickshelf!
Monday, 29 August 2011
This little Ghost Town, built by Brickshelf user Dark-Alamaz, was built for the Eurobricks Spaghetti Western competition.
The town has all the things to scare even the bravest of cowboy's. You never know whats hiding in the dark of the old worn down buildings.
The church on the hill and one of the houses are still in use and have residents. The railway and the station are overgrown and have not been used for a while.
Check out Dark-Alamaz's Brickshelf folder for more!
Sunday, 28 August 2011
Now Brickshelf user Bambi has brought it to the Lego railway's.
His Lego rebuild of the Schienenbus is PF powered, has working lights and can still carry a few Minifigs.
Check out the Brickshelf page for more pictures!
Wednesday, 24 August 2011
Despite using very few pieces Brickshelf user Tbone-tbl has still captured the most eye catching features of the Duck and he has put his SNOT skills to great use.
Check out Tbone-tbl's Brickshelf folder for more.
Brickshelf user Ugthepug did a really good job of this truck. He has built the cab so it can tilt forward and expose the engine.
Also the truck has a loading mechanism to load and unload the container off or on the trailer.
Check out more on Brickshelf.
Monday, 22 August 2011
Builder Weil has done a great job of the exterior as well as the interior. Inside you will find a jolly group of pirates enjoying their drinks and card games.
You can only imagine why the Imperial soldiers are showing up. I doubt their in for a party.
Check out Brickshelf for more!
Sunday, 21 August 2011
A little trailer is attached to the back, it holds all the minifig's traveling equipment.
The canvas/paper roof is a nice finish to the vehicle as is the spare wheel on the front.
The two small patches of off-road terrain are nicely built.
Check out more pics on Brickshelf.
Thursday, 18 August 2011
Tuesday, 16 August 2011
The escape pod landing of R2D2 and C3PO in the Tatooine dessert and their quest to find Obi One Kenobi.
The details on the escape pod are very creative. ACpin used minifig tools to give the pod a real machine look.
The dunes are nicely built and look very natural, specifically around the pod.
Check out more on Mocpages or ACPin's website.