I've noticed this being a popular way to do water now. It does look great, but I kind of think it'd be expensive unless you can get to a Lego store.
The Pick-A-Brick cups - and actually that's one being held in the picture - are a fixed price for the cup. £11 for a large cup which will fit about two thousand 1x1 plates, so about half a penny each. Of course that's provided they have enough of the relevant piece available.
Still expensive in a Lego store, they charge like 6p per stud
Useful website if someone doesn't know of it! http://wallofbricks.com/ although never seen those 1x1 studs in clear blue before I did get a ton of red gems mixed in with lots of other useful things last time I went which made them cheap :) fits in the gaps really well although I need to up my game next time and carefully fill every gap :D
piss bottles 10/10
Awesome attention to detail. This is Lego Art.
Good grief is that what those are? I just assumed they were bottles of Mt. Dew...
Where is the box of tissues?
We're up all night to get blocky
Minifig after all
Around the block
One more block
Inspired by this Lego Ideas project.
People should really keep their garbage to themselves sometimes.
Feels appropriate this is the result of a salvage operation. The rebel forces were always scrappy
I kinda like the yellowing... I think it makes it look more authentic.
After a good wash and color restoration she'll be beautiful :)
Next step is to go underground to show the mutants who are scrabbling out a living underneath the surface of hell.
Great use of that rocket boy suit.
Nice use of the stud shooter trigger pieces ;)
There are a lot of technic pieces inside to make it stable. You can see I used some technic bars to stick the tree parts together. Some lego-weights from my old cargoship in the plant pot serve to keep the tree from falling over. Had to rebuild several times but finally its as stable as a real one :)
Is it stable? It looks amazing, but just looks like it might fall over easily.
My dream was to build a bonsai tree. So I did some bricklink and ebay orders. This is the result. See more pictures here https://imgur.com/gallery/5QYBY
I was about to ask about how you keep the weight-distribution even, but that was a good idea to use the old cargoship weights (did you use 73090b, or 73090bpb01) to make it heavy enough to balance properly. Props to you my friend, impressive work.
Best part of my NY trip was finding the LEGO Store in Times Square had tons of exclusive lady liberty magnets that are identical to the series 6 fig. Picked one up and of course had to bring her along to meet her mom :)
im heading to NYC soon.
This has long been on my want list, is it a minifig attached to a magnet and how much does it cost?
I bought it thinking it would be like the keychain figs where you can't take them apart but I was stoked to see it was just a regular figure on a magnetic stand! They're on sale currently for 6.50 in the Times Square store along with another exclusive NYC magnet that doesn't look as good but I went ahead and got it anyway.
"Statue of Liberty for scale" - Roland Emmerich
Another pic if you're feeling kinky ...
Edit: I think you will also enjoy this trailer: https://youtu.be/S7AvZPTT4kU
"Please be gentle. First time posting here!"
I keep screaming but God won't answer
I agree. Kid is trapped in the claws of Lego for the rest of its life. Honest representation.
This will always and forever be my favorite Lego ad:
Once a Lego kid, always a Lego kid.
I feel like the kid is just floating inside the suit.
I thought it was going to be a pile of bricks labeled "Alderaan 73,000 pieces".
Or two burned minifigs named Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru.
I actually want lego to make force ghost minifigs