Warsaw’s Palace of Culture and Science was originally build by Russian architect Lew Rudniew in 1952-1955. This LEGO brick version was built by me (Jetboy) during 2015-2016.
This build consist of almost 30000 bricks, is over 125 cm high, and it is the biggest thing i ever built. It’s base 4×5 baseplates, although i seen bigger things built out of LEGO bricks, is huge enough to call it crazy.
In late 2015 Polish LUGs were approached by LEGO Poland, to build some most iconic Polish landmarks AFOL style fir their Zone of Adult Fans of LEGO. We made projects in LDD, and 4 of them were selected to be built with real bricks. Palace of Culture and Science was one of them. It took me about half year from starting project in LDD to handing the model to LEGO Poland, it was and adventure of it’s own. I will write in depth article about it soon. Subscribe, so you will not miss it!
I was building it keeping LEGO Architecture style in mind. That’s why there is that black, stripe around it. The thing is that Palace is so huge, i had to make it 2 studs wide, as one stud tiles would be hardly noticeable.
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Fellow Zbudujmy.to AFOL Michał Kazmierczak also known as Migalart, famous for his extreme builds of Erebor and Mustafar has just published his brick build comic book.
The entire work took him about half year of hard work, where he put both his building and photographic skills to the test. The effect is stunning! Some example photos after the break: Continue reading The Last Mission – LEGO Sci-Fi comic book by Michał Kazmierczak
“A Few Adventures of Sparrow Tweet” (Przygód kilka wróbla Ćwirka) is a Polish cartoon from the 80’s from Se-Ma-For studio, more well known for it’s Flappy Bear (Bear Flappy Ear) stop motion animation. Animation itself was mediocre, but wonderful narration of Jan Kobuszewski was making up for it. That however was lost in translation and the series never was very popular outside Poland.
This beautiful creation of Sparrow Tweet, and his friend Klekot* in under who’s nest Tweet was living was brought to you by BHs, who built it for LUGPol‘s exhibition in Łódz Poland. That is where Se-Ma-For studio was located, hence the “Polish Cartoons” theme of the show.
X-files, the tv series is going back to the screens with new season soon. What better way to celebrate that than with a Lego build? Markus Aspasher did so, and he did it great.
It is an entry for German site Imperium Der Steine contest Serienjunkies .
That brings up the question, with lego pursuing everything tv/movie related recently, will we get official X-files set? Ideas maybe?
If this photo is not Crazy enough to be posted on Crazy Builders, then i don’t know what is.
Some crazy builds by Daniel Siskind and friends, and one of the builders that is crazy enough to walk on his hands, as they are setting up weekend exhibition in Evansville Museum, Indiana, USA.
I wish i could go.
GARC by Blake Foster is a perfect example how adding some stickers can bring a lot of details to the model. Without those orange stripes and other ornaments, this model would not look as awesome. On a model that scale it wouldnt be possible to add so much depth and texture.
I feel inspired to try more stickers in my works. Thanks Blake!
Is it unusual limb construction? Is it extreme poseability? Is it taurus like head? Probably mixture of them all, but it makes a robot that i cannot refrain from blogging.
Follow Toni A aka Lord Oblivion the Great on flickr, as he is going to post more photos of this amazing Speed Demon
It is not often that new member joins your LUG and first time he post he shows something that would make Benny want to trade his Spaceship, Spaceship, Spaceship! for.
That was the case with Brickmartil and Zbudujmy.to
Follow BrickMartil on his flickr account.
Source: Forum Miłośników Klocków LEGO Zbudujmy to! – Zobacz wątek – Merkabah – Space Gunship
Modulars are very popular LEGO serie, no wonder AFOLs make their own additions to the serie. Take look at this beautiful hospital build by LUGPol’s Pakita. That is her first take at modular, so i wonder what else she could build if she start with such a beauty.
The build includes registration and small storeroom, first floor has an operation room and intensive care section, second floor has maternity ward, head offices and a toilet. Minifigs can move around thanks to an elevator, that actually works.
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