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The Most Bionic BIONICLE®
Posted by Richard on July 28, 2015 at 11:10 PM CST:
I'm not sure what the most amazing part of this video I found on Kotaku is. Between the articulation of the robot at it's scale, the remote control mechanism, and the implications, its hard to decide. I know this idea isn't original, but I think it puts the SyFy channel's oversized rockem sockem robots to shame, even if it cant walk...yet. Forum link
Firepower Over Fireworks, Happy Fourth Of July!
Posted by Richard on July 3, 2015 at 11:07 PM CST:
It may not be red white and blue (The bulldozer I bought for the parts doesn't come that way), but I hope my functional RC tank MoC is patriotic enough to make up for it.
LEGO® Worlds Now On Steam Early Access
Posted by Richard on June 1, 2015 at 10:22 AM CST:
A new LEGO® game called LEGO Worlds has just popped up on Steam's early access page, currently listed at a reduced price of 14.99 USD (The price will reportedly go up as the game releases new features). I'm seeing people compare it to Minecraft, though I'd personally compare it to being a better featured and more interactive version of LEGO® Creator.
Animazement 2014® LEGO Creations
Posted by Richard on May 21, 2015 at 10:13 PM CST:
Animazement is a Japanese animation convention that is taking place tomorrow at the Raleigh Convention center. When I was there last year (oops, I ment to post these after the event last year), they had these on display.
Brick Universe MOCs On YouTube
Posted by Richard on May 10, 2015 at 08:16 PM CST:
I always have trouble getting pictures of conventions posted, so I tried something different this year, and recorded as much as I could on video, about 45 minutes worth. You will have to put up with a bit of shaky video, but I at least tried to get a good look at every creation. Forum link.

A Victory At Brick Universe
Posted by Richard on March 26, 2015 at 09:25 PM CST:
Brick Universe (beware, autoplay audio) started today for full event attendees, and so far its turning out to be a great convention. I was selected to participate in the Combo Build contest, and took home first place with this Combo Bot transformer I built out of the two sets. Forum link

Furnok, Bohrok Commander
Posted by Richard on November 23, 2014 at 05:21 PM CST:
Its been a while since I posted a MOC of my own, this one is inspired by the Bohrok and a suggestion from Takal over a year ago.
A Clever Home Made Emmet Costume
Posted by Richard on November 4, 2014 at 07:22 PM CST:
I really wish I had pictures to post, but a I saw a young man with a home made Emmet costume from The LEGO® Movie. I didn't realize what it was at first, being the day after Halloween and since he wasn't wearing the hard hat, but some time after he was out of view I realized it was a makeshift construction uniform. He used strips of orange material along the legs and arms, placed over blue jeans and a shirt where they would be on the iconic minifigure. It was so simple but very effective.
Onua Rebuild, By Caboose
Posted by Richard on September 15, 2014 at 06:36 PM CST:
Forum member Caboose's Onua Rebuild is a new take on the original toa of earth, and makes very good use of Hero Factory parts. Personally I like this remake better than what I've seen in the supposed leaked images running around (but I will give them credit for the new parts).
A LEGO® Powered Tank And Your Support
Posted by Richard on July 8, 2014 at 07:09 PM CST:
I'm taking a shot at LEGO® Ideas, and earlier today they approved and posted my project. Its an IR remote controlled Power Functions tank that can shoot zamor spheres and scavenge for it's own ammunition, using only two motors. Its quite a feat of engineering if I may say so. I'm hoping with our readers support it could be an off-the-shelf kit one day. Feel free to send Mask Of Destiny links to your own LEGO Ideas projects, they count as MOCs too (which I'd love to post more of!), and even better if we can help your project's chances of becoming an official set in the process! Forum link

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