Why add greebles to your LEGO creation when you can make the whole thing out of greebles? Redbirch brings us Mechannibal – a monster that takes over-detailing to a whole new level.
Vicious cosmic corsair. Haven’t shared anything in a while due to few other projects and decided to upload this guy so that my page won’t completely be dead.
My part of the Skytopia Collab for Roguebricks at the Bricking Bavaria 2019.
The Shout factory mini, Tom 1.0 and Tom 2.0
Star Wars : Boba Fett Swoop
If you’re a fan of The Fifth Element, then you instantly recognized Davdup’s amazing LEGO recreations of two iconic vehicles from the film. From the McDonald’s to-go order on the cop car, to the hole in the roof of the taxi, these builds invoke the extremely rare *sixth* element…style.
Built this about a month ago but forgot to upload it. Figured I’d do it on Mech Monday, since that’s what all the cool kids (Markus Rollbühler) are doing these days 🙂
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Moby Dick is the whale in the book, Moby DickÂ by Herman Melville, made in 1851. I had to read it for school last year, and we had to make a book project. And so, this LEGO whale came into existence in my mind. It was about 3 months later that I…
Damage Inc. DI-520 “Triton” Medium Oceanic Warfare Mecha. Named after the ancient Greek god, this heavy fighting vehicle is designed for military operations both at great depths and on land. Thanks to a system of small jet engines, this machine can briefly soar above the surface of the water, making unexpected attacks on enemy ships. […]
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