Posts Tagged ‘Civil Life’

LOM: A Reunion of Friends

July 26, 2014

Awesome MOC built by ~Brick age of 11 (yes age of 11) :D
Check out the great details, specially the rocks!

LOM: A Reunion of Friends
LOM: A Reunion of Friends by ~Brick

Wolfpack Leader’s Retreat

July 22, 2014

The retreat is great but the bird was the detail that really caught my attention :D

Wolfpack Leader's Retreat
Wolfpack Leader's Retreat by Letranger Absurde

History of fashion

July 19, 2014

Nice video from Bricks-Brothers illustrating the evolution of fashion since pre-history till nowadays!

 

Medieval village

July 17, 2014

Medieval Village

Medieval Village by Thoy Bradley

Master Greybeard’s house

July 13, 2014

Master Greybeard's House
Master Greybeard’s House by Tim Schwalf

Dragon Town

July 11, 2014

Dragon Town
Dragon Town by Mateusz

Toltoburg

July 10, 2014

Toltoburg

Toltoburg was constructed by Toltomeja and Legofan together.

Crow’s Nest

November 20, 2013

Crow’s Nest is Legonardo Davidy submission to the “CCC XI Custom Faction” category of Classic Castle Contest XI. The wacky structure and the snow detail is really great. The yellow banners give that final touch and make it just perfect :)

Crow's Nest

LEGO Age of Empires II on Cuusoo

November 7, 2013

the Artizan published two new MOCs related with the world of the Age of Empires II. They follow the same construction techniques, simple but effective :D

This time I would to highlight his project on LEGO Cuusoo for a line of products that would recreate the world of the Age of Empires II. As a big fan of the RTS game this would be an awesome idea (but awful for the wallet). Don’t forget to support his project – http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/52276 – or maybe share it on twitter and facebook.

Last but not least, her’s the new pictures of his two MOCs.

Lego Dock from Age of Empires 2: Age of Kings RTS game.

Lego Stable from AoE2.

Lego Age of Empires II layout

Collaborative Medieval diorama

October 14, 2013

Jimmy Clynche published a photo of this incredible medieval diorama, collaboratively built by eight people and presented for one weekend only at STEAM 2013. The main castle was presented here at HistoryBricks a few days ago.

The diorama captures most of the main daily activities of those medieval times. The outer walls divide the castle area from the villager’s area. The village has some houses under construction, the street market, the dirty ground, wagons, farming activities, and a lot of other delightful details :)

Medieval diorama


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