LEGO’s own Haunted House may not actually fit with the modular standard, but moctown’s mini modular version sure fits with the mini modular standard. Not only that, but it’s a great mini version of this awesome set. He has taken som artistic freedom with it, and the result is really good. The colors look great, and the way he has portrayed the barricaded windows is lovely, not to mention the excellent front door.
Head on over to Eurobricks to tell moctown what you think!
Want to make a city layout, but don’t have enough space to display it in your home? Why not try to make a micro city layout? This little module by DarthNick has some really nice detail at this scale. The houses, the landscaping, the lamp and the bus are of course very well done, but what really caught my eye are those ingenious trees. It’s always nice to discover yet another way to make tiny little trees.
Go to Eurobricks to leave some feedback for DarthNick, and if you’re inspired by this, go build your own little micro city module!
To be honest, I don’t know how many of you actually do enjoy microscale MOCs (or deviations thereof) – but I really can’t see how anyone could not love this.
It may be called the Micropolis airport, but it still takes up major space.
Rakanishu1024 has actually done what TLG have failed to achieve for decades – and has built a proper, 100% realistic airport. Considering the size of this build, it’s no wonder he’s used micropolis scale, and he’s also made sure not to compromise quality one single bit. Just look at those terminals and the lighting!
Kudos to Andrew for sharing over on The Brothers Brick.
Eurobricks’ resident duck fan Etzel has been churning out great MOCs on a regular basis lately – which in his case pretty much constitutes normal service. Seeing as I’ve been paying special attention to beautiful microscale creations recently though, I thought it would only be fair to share this one.
No duck present, yet I feel strangely compelled to say Quack
Etzel says it’s inspired by a Thai Pavilion situated in… Sweden? Which might, of course, explain the fish on top. In any case, this is a SNOT-tastic build with tons of charm.
Swedish MOCcer Ola Ekblom has been having sleepless nights lately. I’m not sure if this is the direct result, but I wish my insomniac nights would also be as cheerful.
Compact, snug and comfy.
You can accuse me of excessive microscale blogging all you want, but you can’t deny that this reeks of cuteness. Sweet SNOT job on the front door too!
Architecture enthusiast rh1985 shares a very nice photo shoot of his latest MOC, LA’s Westin Bonaventure in microscale.
Clear blue skies and jet-black reflections. Awesome.
Great job building those towers out of LEGO – and making sure that they still reflect their surroundings in eye-popping fashion.
Flickr user akunthita shows that everyone’s favourite “toy model”, the 4837 Mini Train, is definitely not a pushover by giving it some cargo to haul around.
The Mini Train. With friends.
I’m sure I’m not the only one around here who’s had the 4837 lying around for ages and has not for one second thought of actually doing this. What a brilliant idea – and a remarkably cute build as well!
This is the question that was asked and was answered by our Eurobricks member, Informaniac in his latest building creations that was greatly inspired by this spectacular movie scene from “Inception”.
Although I did not have the chance to watch Inception, but I am sure this is a very nice movie as what Informaniac has done in his creation. It’s time for me to find out more about this movie.
I’m sure most of you have guessed it – Jumeirah is the residential area in Dubai which is home to world-renowned landmarks such as the Grand Mosque, the Beach Hotel, and just off its coast – the Arab Sail, a.k.a. Burj al Arab.
And they say LEGO and 'curvy' don't mix.
What I’m sure you hadn’t guessed is just how mind-blowing the latter would look built out of LEGO bricks. Spencer_R, a huge microscale enthusiast, has obviously decided to face that challenge. The result is stunning and it’s pretty much all the evidence you should need in order to head over and check out his marvellous flickr albums, containing models of other beautiful landmarks such as Taipei 101 or the Rockefeller Center.
Simplicity often times yields some of the most beautiful objects and this MOC is a statement in beautiful simplicity. Eurobricks user CoolerTD has entered this gorgeous arch in the ‘DoubleBrick’ contest where builders must only use simple bricks and plates in their creation. This MOC takes us back to the days when all we had as LEGO builders were simple bricks and plates and shows us that we don’t need fancy specialty pieces to create something beautiful.
I love the wide variety of building techniques that were used to achieve the detail on the front of the arch. There is excellent use of the TOPLESs building technique along with great use of selective compression to achieve recognizable detail at a small scale. Be sure to stop over to Eurobricks and let CoolerTD know what you think about this great architectural MOC.