What an amazing MOC is this. Over 500 minifies were used in this diorama. It looks a bit crowded if you ask us but nonetheless amazingly cool!
It took the builder over 6 months to create this ‘Citadel’. Brick for brick he started this MOC not knowing where he would put his next LEGO stone. He simply grabbed a few bricks and see where it went. Very nice detail in the lighting of the towers. They each have a 7 watt 240 volt light bulb.
This is what a simple and very enjoyable vacation to Greece can lead to. A 2,3 x 2,8 meter diorama which took over 20 months to build and was exhibited at LEGO World in Copenhagen in February 2013.
Lasse and his mother from Denmark are responsible for this MOC. It shows a typical Greek town around the year 400 BC. It’s a fictional town called Legopolis and is build around ancient and famous values like symmetry, harmony and geometry.If this doesn’t inspire you, what will…
The Ghostbusters movies are, next to Indiana Jones, our favorite films from the 80′s. We do see more then enough Indiana diorama’s and MOC’s but we don’t see that many Ghostbusting creations. Until today.
Alex Jones, who’s famous in the LEGO community by the name Orion Pax, is responsible for this incredible diorama. Everything you like to see from the Ghostbusters is here. Slymer, the Ectomobile and Ghostbusters’ secretary and confidante Janine Melnitz. There’s so much detail in this MOC, it’s amazing. How many times would Alex have seen the movies do you think? We estimate over 20 times.
As you all know this is a LEGO blog for the Brickizimo webstore. We try to inspire you by posting incredible MOC’s and diorama’s. But that’s not all that rocks our world. We come across pretty awesome ‘other’ LEGO stuff on the www.
Take for instance these crazy cool LEGO Ice Bricks. Building a MOC takes hours of work. Maybe days or even weeks. You’ll be needing a cold drink evey now and then. How ‘cool’ would it be if a few ice cold LEGO bricks drift in your favorite soda?
Star Wars Episode 1 The Phantom Menace – This MOC is impressive. 250,000 bricks were used in this professional made diorama. Is was showcased in the Manchester shopping centre and has over 2,000 minifigs.
From the moment this MOC was placed people actually enjoyed planet Naboo for once. Oh well, maybe we shouldn’t’ complain about the movie so much, they are probably people who actually liked it…
You guys know we enjoy a good MOC or diorama. Especially when not only the bricks do the talking and there’s actually a story surrounding the creation. Well, you’d better focus when we explain’s Kayne_’s Tower of the Hand.
”After returning to the Citadel of the Moon with the body of Aran-Salath, Kha and Saladus have nothing left. Saladus dons the Black and becomes “The Black Wind”, and tradition of the Aridesti Elves when a loved one meets a foul end. His sole purpose now is to find vengeance for his lost wife. After finding the hideout of The Hand at the Kaliphlin/Nocturnus border, Kha tries to keep up with Saladus as he sweeps over the river to find his sweet vengeance. The only verdict is vengeance; a vendetta, held as a votive, not in vain, for the value and veracity of such shall one day vindicate the vigilant and the virtuous.”
This MOC is all about details. We’ve talked about it before but when making something like this you need to take time for the details. Well, that’s exactly what Citizen Piper did this time. Amazing work in the floor and windows!
Stained glass windows, high cathedral ceilings, mosaic floors, winding staircases and crystal chandeliers… We see it all in this preparation for the King’s ascension to the throne. It’s been a while since the public has seen this place because it was undergoing renovations for a long time.