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OliveSeon specializes in building his own custom Lego cities and frequently adds giant monsters and robots.
What I really love about Hobby Inside’s dioramas is how they use LEGO to represent motion and objects that I would never have imagined could be depicted with LEGO.
If you want to see more of these dioramas, Hobby Inside has detailed breakdowns on its website. Matt calls this rainbow-colored astromech RU-KRAZY (the droid’s answer is yes, by the way). If you're new here, or you just want to keep up with all the latest posts, be sure to sign up for my FREE daily email newsletter (it contains all the hottest deals and advice from the past 24 hours).

I always thought this was a silly attack, giving up a limb, but maybe he’s got a cannon under there to start blasting Godzilla. It’s really hard to pick out the best elements in these custom Lego builds, because there’s so many great details to pick from! One features a Mothra lookalike – Hobby Inside calls it Mothle – while the other has a Godzilla lookalike called Legora and a giant robot called Insider-V (perhaps a mix of Gundam and Combattler-V?). Some of his newest creations are for the upcoming LEGO Star Wars Days that will be held at LEGOLAND California from June 15-16, 2013. The black one is called the Death Star Droid R2-Pi while the pink, purple and beige mech is called R2-QT-Pi. Thanks for visiting!If you live near a Lego Store, be sure to stop by tomorrow (I meant tonight) for their monthly mini Lego build!

Matt made these astromechs using the instructions on the official LEGO R2-D2 kit and parts from his own LEGO collection. Well I have learned how to use the money I save by couponing to pay for my yearly trips to Disney World.

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