Another fantastic NCS creation.This time it's a nice little swooshy space-mobile. I love the details, all of them are genuinely spectacular. The overall shaping is quite ingenius, and I can say the same for the rest of the ship too, which is what I like. But, my favourite part has to be the disks in front. They look very natural and in tune with the rest of this ship. So, what do I think of it? It's perfect.
Thursday, July 29, 2010
With the new upgrade to the wings, it's no wonder this is instantly better than version 1. The most distinguishable difference at first glance is the engines. These are pretty nice, nothing wrong with them. Sure, they're simple, but effective. All the smaller details LegoLord has installed are fantastic, enough said. Every other detail on the ship is amazing, as usual. It's a nice, angle-ey design. Lots to feast your eyes on. The background is great, it's the tiny details that make this MOC pop out. Thanks!
Saturday, July 24, 2010
A very interesting creation by rogue bantha 1138. It captures pretty much all of that space feel, and it's very complex, from it's walls to the robots and details inside of it. The walls are nice, looks too realistic to be LEGO, but then again, pretty much everything in here fits that description. Heck, he even threw in an alien saboteur!
This creation has a lot of imaginative thinking, but still manages to look amazing. Good job!
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
A mech. By cm946. Now, stare at it... Yes, sniff it, taste it, hear it...
It's awesome, I mean, how can you stare at that cockpit and say it's not neat? It's great, one detail I especially think highly of is the little box-type thing on the right side of it's waist. It's an interesting build, and I hope to see more stuff like this from cm946 in the future.
Saturday, July 10, 2010
Good old Bart brings home the bacon again, in the 2nd installment of Prometheus. What might I say other than The lighting is epic, the floor is delicious, the photography is excellent and the walls are great? It's all perfect!
It's big, full of detail AND the only castle that has been blogged on here, I believe. It's great, it has lots of more detail you can see in the other shots. LegoLord may have even outdone himself, but you can clearly see that that is not bad at all. Bravo!
Friday, July 9, 2010
Not only does it manage to be that, it has 2 puns that I recognize. Intentional or otherwise, It's a great MOC. Just look at those wonderfully decorated crane-arms. One of the few crane arms that make me wanna swoosh 'em. The floor has got some nice texture, I realise. The yellow drones/bots/droids/whatever you want to call them that are moving along the production lines are great fun. And, of course, the wall is perfect. So, what's my opinion on this creation? Flawless. That's right, no problems. Can't wait for your next one, Pete!
Thursday, July 8, 2010
It's awesome 'cause it has rare pieces and is built well. I would almost kill for 3 of those red revolvers. It's a nice build, and it deserves a bit more praise than it has got, so, overall, this is complete win.
Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Friday, July 2, 2010
Okay, first off we have the minifigs. Interesting, I have never seen anyone use a different coloured visor. Building? How many years did it take you to build this? It's awesome. the blue headlights are pretty cool, but the discs really lighten up the buggy. It's really good, and it uses some nice techniques. Awesome.
Thursday, July 1, 2010
Fredoichi, I feel you've really outdone yourself with this one. It's great, the nice usage of the droid heads and light bley parts really make this one terribly unique. The stickerwork is genius, it really adds up to a fantastic little model. Thanks for sharing, Fredoichi!
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Okay, this is one of my creations. First, I'm going to start off by saying what I used to present it, which sticks out more on my MOCpages version. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/210906
I used the back of a Pink Floyd LP known as Animals. It worked. I also stood it up on my Felix & C-64 creation (only available on MOCpages.com), it helped raise it to the height where the city ended on the LP.
What I was happy with was my work on the trail. However, I did not love my rockwork. For me it seems like I just threw in a couple of slopes and pretended I was okay. I thought it was purely mediocre. The figures, I was pretty content with them. I used a technique for a bacpack which I had never seen any other person use. The skeleton was great, I borrowed the skeloton arm design from a custom General Grievious. The legs, I'm pretty sure SirNadroj has used. the editing process was pretty much of a pain. First, I dimmed the lighting. Then I cropped. Then, I put on a little nametag. Overall, I would give it an 8/10. Why? The rockwork was shabby. That was a big part of the look. I dimmed the lighting a bit too much. Ouch, that takes away 2 points. It's a good creation, but I could have done better.
Saturday, June 26, 2010
Heheheh, bad pun. Pete (as shown as the awesome in this photo) photographed a new favourite of mine. Well, first off, the walls are great and detailed, just like I expected them to be. The figures are well done but there's no doubt that the red one is the best. Now to the miniscule details: the two giant mustard containers (ha) to the right are a frequently used , but never get old. The cart is spectacular, good job Pete! The door is great as well. Now, for the main focus on the picture, tools and desk. The desk is fine, but Peter's big collection of ABS made tools steal the show. Overall, I would rate it 10/10. Yes, no flaws. Thank you Pete, for showing this!
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Sunday, June 13, 2010
Now if you will please, view pasukaru76's handsome spaceship. Makes you want to go zooming around the living room. Yes, it is awesome, isn't it? I like the wings, and the fuselage. Very appealing. Thanks for sharing!
The ultimatum now desires that you please bow down to this MOC from... Drumroll please... JimmytheJ! It's great. Over to the cockpit section, and just behind it is a juicy engine. If you'd like, you can check out the killer thruster this baby has. The features he added are pretty cool. So... Check it out.
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Saturday, May 29, 2010
"If I had my way I'd have all of you shot"
The lyric from In The Flesh applies directly to this fantastic slice of pie from Pete. Seriously, how many of those Clone Wars battle packs did you buy?! I'm sorry, legoloverman, I'm just gonna have to... "Borrow" the idea. Yeah. Thanks for sharing your time!
Sunday, May 23, 2010
I swear I did the same name for a robot of mine. Just a coincedence.
>HE DID COPY SKIP>
Shuddup, Skippy. Yes, Fatbot is shiny, and has eternal holes in his nipples, but can't someone make a robo-sumo wrestling creation? That would be great. But yes, L.D.M. made it shiny, so me likes. Not that it wouldn't be awesomesauce without the shinez, but it wouldn't be the same ;(. It's great. Check it out. Nau.
Saturday, May 22, 2010
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Bart has made something awesome. But it's different.
Well, his pod is awesomesauce. You can see the detail he put into it. He's a genius. You should check out his photostream. Seriously. Do it. Click the button. It's free! CLICK IT NAU!
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
Wow, THIS is what I like to see.
Wowepicness-filledhappytimesweetperfectbestnicegreatmega-ultra-superawesomesauce. Seriously, I had epilectic-LEGO-shock while seeing it. Not really, but you get the point.
Crises Crs is a genius with an odd nickname.
... Wowawesomesauce. Assymetrical goodness. The 'pit isn't bad either. WHAT. AM. I. SAYING.
The cockpit is Wowepicness-filledhappytimesweetperfectbestnicegreatmega-ultra-superawesomesauce. And, if you have eyes, you'll notice that every part is Wowepicness-filledhappytimesweetperfectbestnicegreatmega-ultra-superawesomesauce. Arms, legs, potbelly mouth, eyes, yes, it is all sweet. Kthxbai.
Sunday, May 16, 2010
Here is yoshix's "Shrapnel". Heck, if it's better than me it will get on the blog. This is no exception. The holes in the background are nice, along with the bits of shrapnel on the ground. But, it doesn't make sense. Ah, well, I'm not Spock.
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Saturday, May 8, 2010
Friday, May 7, 2010
Thursday, May 6, 2010
I remember when someone stole this on MOCpages, and I had to get it back to the owner's possession, etc.
Weird thing is, I never alerted Legohaulic... :1
Well, enough of that, Legohaulic did the slime so good, I almost threw up (in a good way). Now, if you've ever noticed I like domes... You probably get what I'm saying about the building. And the stunning wreckage piles in the scene are perfect. Buggy is flawless. Looks good to me.
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Another good one from Pete.
First of all, I'd like to thank Peter for teaching me the basics in my "incubation" period. Thanks, Peter!
But anyway, thanks for showing us at LEGO And Such how the masters do it! -Frennd