Enjoy the experience of spending a day at the Museum with this awesome LEGO project. With this project, based on the Natural History Museum, you will finally be able to immerse yourself in the fabulous world!
The Natural History Museum in London is a museum of natural history that exhibits a vast range of specimens from various segments of natural history. It is one of three major museums on Exhibition Road in South Kensington, the others being the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum. The Natural History Museum’s main frontage, however, is on Cromwell Road. This set contains the Natural History Museum (based on a lot of pictures) and some other elements like the LEGO dinosaur (91 lego pieces). This set also includes seven LEGO minifigures.
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MOC by CARLIERTI
Everyone has a smartphone; but who do you know has a BrickPhone? Introducing: the BrickPhone 2.1!
A newer version of the popular BrickPhone, this edition is much sleeker, with new features: it is larger, more sturdy, much easier to customize, and has lots of options! Continue reading
To go along with the popular BrickPhone, here’s the first ever realistic brick-built tablet: the BrickTab 1.0!
You get many of the features of the original BrickPhone and the BrickPhone 2.1, as well as some new ones. Built with 337 bricks, it has large 2×2 app tiles (including the 18 custom apps), is fully customizable with over 40 colorful app tiles, has a sleek grey design, 2 cameras, primary button, volume buttons, power button, and headphone jack. It also has extra parts to replace the smooth backing with a studded backing, so that you can make your own custom design. Overall, this set has 401 bricks, is 34 x 21 1/6 x 1 1/3 studs, and the screen is a 20×30 stud surface. This set is fun to build, play with, or simply display! And, like the BrickPhone, it’s “Light, cheap, and doesn’t run out of battery!”
MOC by Brickster_Tim
Also a creation based on the Andromeda’s Gates forum on Eurobricks, the Octan C3-class Shuttle is one of the most compact and efficient shuttles in the Octan Corporation fleet. Continue reading
Inspired by the Andromeda’s Gates series at the Eurobricks forum, this is a huge but beautiful ship with a bit of a story behind it.
So far, the children in your Modular City have had to settle for the limited toy selection in the Grand Emporium. But now, they can have all the toys they need when you stop by the beautiful Modular Toy Shop! Step through the revolving door under the colorful brick-built sign and go inside to check out all the amazing options! Continue reading
Behold: the life-size, multi-functioning, brick-built AR-15! As a full length model of the classic military rifle, it has many functions and realistic features, including: angled handle with brick-built grip, working trigger, removable magazine, safety switch, cocking mechanism, sight on barrel, adjustable sight (just turn the gear and it moves forward or backward), anti-jamming button, and tactical rail on barrel. Continue reading
In your everyday spaceway travels, you might hear a rumbling and a huge thundering mass go by. That would be the N.W.E.S. Escort. As the first in the New World Explorer series, this pioneer cruiser was made primarily as a cargo ship, but evolved into a defense craft, designed to last a long time in space with a minimal crew. Continue reading