This Lego Brickheadz of the Witcher Geralt is created by Dr. Zarkow. The figure is based on the iconic design from the video games (not the recent Netflix show). An older and more grizzled Geralt which is reflected with the bright white hair and scars. This Brickheadz figure does a great job of capturing the hairstyle and facial hair. It uses exposed studs to reflect the scruffy beard which is a great use of texture. The 2×3 tan flat plate is a perfect piece, and the scar looks good on Geralt. The Witcher armor on the body is simple. The 1×2 grill plates, and the brown and black details recreates the plated leather armor. The only thing missing from the Witcher is his second silver sword. Now I am wondering what all the other characters would look like in this style… The Crones, Uma, or even Zoltan.
This Lego Link BrickHeadz style figure is created by Andrés Bevilacqua. The blocky figure works well with Link, probably because his original design came from 8-bit graphics in The Legend of Zelda. With a sword and shield he looks ready to go on an epic quest. The hat is a great shape and instantly recognizable, it also looks like it fits on his head. A lot of times hats end up looking like they are just set on top. The studs being exposed for the hair is a great detail. Giving Link that trademark voluminous hair. There are even the pointy elf ears sticking out from the hair. Seeing this BrickHeadz figure makes me want to see all the other classic Nintendo characters in Lego. Imagine a Lego BrickHeadz Donkey Kong, Mario, Luigi, Samus, and Kirby!
There are a bunch of ways to make a Baby Yoda out of Lego. This cute Baby Yoda is built by Hamid and based on the design by legotruman. This version is based on the Brickheadz style. This one is a little bit bigger than the official scale. A sort of deluxe Brickheadz. The extra width gives more space to pack in as much cuteness as possible. The overall shape has a good flow, with an excellent use of SNOT design techniques. Some of the nice details include the green overhanging pieces on the ears, the tiny amount of green showing on the arms, and the super smooth collar design. The eyes give the Lego figure a lot of personality. In the end, you just want to boop Baby Yoda on the nose.
The Doom Slayer (Doomguy) and the Imp have been working together for over 25 years. In the newest game, Doom Eternal, the fight has been brought to Earth. The demons have overrun everything and this Lego Imp and Lego Doom Slayer are ready for a new fight. These Lego MOCs have been done in the BrickHeadz style, which ends up working very well. Their low resolution history is easier to adapt to this blocky theme. Check out the Imp with all of its protruding horns, red evil eyes, and fireball abilities. It is the grunt of the demon army. Then there is the Slayer, all done up in the classic suit, and armed with a pistol. Now if only someone will build a BFG, we might just be able to take back Earth.