This is Crocodile Jack. He is having a great day and wants to make sure you are too. The Lego Crocodile is the work of Matt Goldberg. Jack is inspired by children’s artwork. Starting out as a doodle, and being fully realized as a Lego MOC. This is a great build featuring a very rare Lego color. The Mixel eyes are what really pulls this creation together. There is a lot of personality in those two white orbs. The pink tongue also does a lot of work in making this animal look friendly. Jack is also fully posable and articulated. With a moving tail, fully movable feet, legs, and jaws. Jack is ready for almost anything.
Lego rooms are quickly becoming a popular theme in the MOC world (here). The newest room is the creation of César Soares. What separates this Lego Kids Room from the others is the massive amount of decoration. There are Lego built posters, trophies, books, book ends, mini Lego models, a telescope, train, boat, etc. There is even a Lego built rug in the center, which is an ingenious solution, using texture to create a quilted pattern. This MOC is a good representation of the “ideal” boys room. This whole thing is rad. The poster with the green Lego alien is an especially good detail.
“This was made a few weeks ago but I was waiting for some modulex. Today I was able to get some and took some quick shots of the MOC.
It represents a kid’s room, based on my own childhood room, with some doodles hanged on the walls, lots of toys on the floor, lots of comics and a real mess :)
My favorite parts are the mini Imperial Shuttle and the flowers pot hanged next to the window. What’s yours (if any!)? :)