To help fellow enthusiasts, he has written a manual, Brick City: Lego For Grown-Ups - which reveals how to make mini versions of Buckingham Palace, the Eiffel Tower, the Lincoln Memorial and also street scenes of Amsterdam, to name but a few. The 180,000-brick model is 5ft long and 5ft high - and includes six Eurostar platforms, complete with working trains. Warren Elsmore is one of only three or four adults who have a full-time job making structures from Lego. The building, which took 500 hours to make, was a two-year labour of love for Mr Elsmore, who gave up his job as an IT consultant half a year ago.He is now one of only three or four adults who have a full-time job making structures from the plastic bricks. And if you're wondering where he buys the materials to create his intricate artworks, the answer is simple. Brabus, an interesting mix of a company that sales cars as well as tunes them, has created something of a monster. Remember all those movies about killer robots rising up to enjoy the slaughter of humankind? One of the worlds last stretch of untarnished places, French Polynesia, boasts gorgeous aesthetics and a remarkable atmosphere filled with breathtaking retreats.
The life-size LEGO car we’re about to present was made in Romania by ┬áRaul Oaida and Steve Sammartino, and even though it was made completely out of LEGO pieces, it actually functions just like a normal car thanks to an air-powered engine.
The car was dubbed the Super Awesome Micro Project, and it was created using 500,000 individual LEGO bricks.

You can admire the Super Awesome Micro Project by browsing through the following image gallery. Here at ComicsAlliance, we have a definite soft spot for super-hero themed Lego creations, but rarely have we seen them done better than Julian Fong’s amazingly impressive collection of custom DC Comics minifigures. Left to Right: Aquaman, the Martian Manhunter, Wonder Woman, Zatanna, Superman, the Flash, Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Green Arrow, and Black Canary. Seriously, if LEGO ever gets the chance to make more DC Lego sets (the Batman ones being sadly out of print these days), these are exactly what they ought to look like. When you have confirmed your password, you will be able to log in through Facebook on both sites.
April 10, 2013 in animals, building things, destroying destroyers, destroying things, eating things, imagining things, kraken, lego, release the kraken!, remember that worm that lives in that asteroid and han solo unknowingly lands inside its mouth? This is the Rebel Alliance KR-KN and Super Star Destroyer built by LEGOmaniac Iain Heath and recently displayed at Emerald City Comicon. The Legend of the KR-KN: A rare species of Space Kraken, known to exist only in the vast Dreighton Nebula, were sought out using the the Jedi's most powerful clairvoyants, and brought under the Alliance's control by flying super-computers directly into their brains.
Thanks to my pal khz, who just started a new job today and is already online talking to me about boob tattoos and stuff.
Last picture lower right hand side of the picture you'll see their inspiration for such a amazing piece.

Should read:Many brave Ewok pilots were willingly sacrificed to accomplish this difficult task. Geekologie is a geek blog dedicated to the scientific study of gadgets, gizmos, and awesome. One of his masterpieces - St Pancras Station and Hotel - was unveiled yesterday and will be on display at Waterstones bookshop in Piccadilly, central London, for a month. Just last week, Mr Elsmore was paid A?1,500 for making an 18in-long corporate logo out of Lego - and charges up to A?25,000 for replicas of monumental buildings, such as the Petronas Towers of Kuala Lumpur. The 4 engines that power this plastic hot-rod feature a total of 256 pistons that work in unison thanks to a series of high-pressure air tanks. And believe it or not, there are even more: Check out his Flickr photostream for more, including just about everybody from Star Sapphire to Cyclone to Nightwing and the Titans. The project was founded through donations by 40 Australian enthusiasts, who acknowledged the potential of this fantastic car even before it became a reality. Far from being cruel to the Kraken, this arrangement was completely symbiotic, as the creatures had evolved to prey on starships, their diet being composed entirely of metals such as quadanium steel.

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