Just look at that! The brilliant textures on the building combined with the beautiful forced perspective make this one perfect moc. Click the picture to see this on mocpages!
This is incredible. The rockwork looks great, as well as the everything. I’m envious of his collection of plant pieces.
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This AMAZING rendition of the dwarven kingdom of Erebor in last year’s Hobbit movie has to be one of the best Hobbit lego creations ever. The size of it is massive, and the whole build is stuffed with details. Click the picture to see it on MOCpages!
Gotta love chess. Especially Lego Chess! There’s some pretty nice minifigs in here, and the chessboard is nice too. Click the image to be directed to the creation on MOCpages.
This has got to be one of my favorite lego medieval MOCs of all time. The snow on the roof is amazing. It looks so real. And the awesome slanting on the building is fantastic! And the rockwork! And the everything! Click the image to be directed to the creation on MOCpages.
Luke’s builds are always awesome, and this is definitely no exception. The stone technique for the tower is fantastic! It makes it look real. And the intense sloping on the buildings are also excellent. Click the image to be directed to the creation over on MOCpages.
A commissioned model of Hayao Miyazaki’s, Akuyaku (Bad Guy no. 1) tank created by Legohaulic. This thing is beast. I would hate to be on the opposing side of this dude. The whole thing is loaded with Excellent parts usage. Click the image to be directed to the creation over on Flickr.
One of the better uses for those bionicle pieces. Now much to say about this except that it just looks awesome. Click the image to be directed to the creation over on MOCpages.
Inspired by the current Grand Prix truck kit, Jme Wheeler created this beauty as a rival team for the official Lego set. Whilst he has given his team a fresh new set of colours, the design of the truck is almost completely his own, with many neat little ideas and tricks, the detail is outstanding, and it certainly does show the official Lego set up! This is probably one of the best small scale models you will come across, be sure to check it out here or click on the photo to be directed to it!
This was build for a contest over on MOCpages. The build is fantastic. The main thing I noticed were the awesome mountains in the background. There’s a lot to like about this MOC. Click the image to be directed to the creation over on MOCpages.