I’ve been working quite a lot these last days but no work can be placed first when César Soares presents a new MOC.
Check his new “awesomeness”!!! The town follow the same building style he presented before but the new kind of “cartoonish” diorama and the amazing level of detail per squared brick requires that you take a few moments off to admire the pictures he shared at his Flickr gallery.
Black Hollow by César Soares
Jonarado is a collaborative diorama between Jonas (Legopard) and Jonas (Brick Vader).
HistoryBricks had the great honour to be one of the first to have access to the new pictures of the LEGO Douro Historical Train masterpiece built by Sérgio Batista!
As usual his most recent construction is full of wonderful details and awesome building technics. He’s well known for using a lot of SNOT and using parts in unusual ways… :)
Sérgio is one of my favourite builders and makes me wish to know more about the trains and engines he recreates so well!
The following picture shows the real train following the path of River Douro, the famous Portuguese region where is produced some of the best wines in the world!
I had the pleasure to make the journey a few years ago and I highly recommend to anyone who enjoy a good experience and wonderful sights! For those you appreciate wine, I also recommend the visit to some of famous wine houses, where you can visit the wine cellars and taste the best Douro’s or Porto’s wine ;)
Accordingly with the message Daniel Siskind posted on Flickr, next week, members of Brickmania and members of the Northern Illinois LEGO Train Club will present a joint project of the world’s largest collaborative WW2 LEGO diorama in the First Division Museum at Cantigny Park and it’s going to completely fill the exhibit hall at the First Division Museum.
I’m looking forward for the incoming pictures of this project :)
Cobra King by Daniel Siskind
Jorge Reis built this wonderful tall ship representing the school ship Sagres of the Portuguese navy. It is the third ship with this name in the Portuguese Navy, so she is also known as Sagres III and is on service since 1961.
The ship was available to the public during the Braga Brincka 2014 event, a LEGO exhibition organized by the Portuguese LUG – PLUG. I wish I could attend the event and closely observe the MOC, including the wonderful small details in the ship’s deck!
I wonder if the pressure on the hull parts isn’t too big to cause some deformations…
School Ship Sagres by Jorge Reis