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Steam-driven military walkers are a staple of the LEGO Steampunk building genre, and this one, by Carter Witz , is a great addition to the corps — a spindly tripod affair with touches of dark red in amongst the grey greebles. The functional-looking joints on the legs support a nicely detailed body packed with texture (and armaments). I particularly liked the evocation of a classic Prussian-esque “pickelhaube” spiked helmet. This is one of those LEGO creations where the presentation adds immensely to the overall effect. The base is simple but well done, and the addition of the figures advancing beneath their mechanical companion gives an impression of scale the central model alone might lack. And dropping in that wolf is a masterstroke — immediately creating a sense of mystery, danger, and otherworldliness. Steampunk needs more wolves. The post Cry havoc and let slip the wolves of war appeared first on...Mech Monday
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Ah, the pirate life — it’s all palm trees and rum, blue skies and treasure chests. Oh, and scurvy. And tropical insects. And crabs. Regardless of the reality of the pirating lifestyle, it remains a perennially popular subject for LEGO builders. Here’s Isaac Snyder ‘s take on a small pirate hideaway — Cutthroat Cove — a rough wooden shelter built into the rock, complete with jetty and a lookout position on the cliffs above. The vegetation and the dual-coloured rockwork are nicely done, and the mix of browns used for the shelter gives it an appropriately ramshackle feel. The post Give me a career as a buccaneer, the life of a pirate for me appeared first on The Brothers Brick . Original link Original author: Rod LEGO Pirates Cutthroat Cove
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History produced a lot of weird-looking aircraft during WWII, such as famously great P-38 Lightning . But LEGO builder Jon Hall has long been known for turning his skills to the weird-looking aircraft of WWII that history did not produce, designing his own batch of bizarre dogfighters instead. Looking like a cross between the Grumman F6F Hellcat and the Vought V-173 “Flying Pancake” , Jon’s crafted this crazy airplane with stubby wings and a flat nose, which he’s dubbed the P-65 Tomahawk. As usual, Jon’s designs are clean and sleek, this time sporting a two-tone Navy color. Presumably, the short wings help with carrier storage. Two of the best details deal with airflow: first there’s the intake, which sports a Technic disk 5×5 behind the propeller, an old-school part that originally hails from the short-lived Robo Rider theme . The second detail I love is the exhaust on the sides...P-65 Tomahawk
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This trailer came out of D23 and posted over at YouTube this morning. There’s a bit more Rise of the Skywalker footage in the last half but the first half is a highlight reel of some of the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] Original link http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/fbtb/~4/Vmx0riJ5Rf0
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The king of cars is back! After a nearly two year hiatus, builder Lino M is back, and back with a vengeance. Check out this badass version of the Volkswagen Käfer Racer, a Hotwheels classic. It’s part beetle, part dragster and all speed. Original link Original author: Tommy 48620337231_702906d446_k.jpg
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