Donald And Daisy Duck Lego Figures

Donald Duck Lego Figures

These Lego Figures of Donald Duck and Daisy Duck (唐老鴨與黛西) are created by Lee Nuo. These brick built figures are very close to Brickheadz in scale, the heads are smaller but the bodies are a bit taller. They also feature super short arms, and longer legs. The limited amount of bricks forces you to get creative with what you have. The 1×1 white clips/connectors being used for arms works surprisingly well. A couple of other fun details include the 1×1 red clip representing a bow tie, and the 1×1 white clip/connector on Donald Duck looks like hair. Those clips certainly get a lot of use here. The hats are also great mini builds, and are instantly recognizable on their characters. A great achievement for only 5-10 Lego bricks each.

Daisy Duck Lego Figures

You can find more of these Donald and Daisy Duck Lego Figures over here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/lee_nuo/50040476111/

Donald And Daisy Duck Lego Figures

Lego Stitch, Now With More Arms!

Lego Stitch, Now With More Arms! Updated Lego MOC.

Stitch is the adorable alien, who just happens to extremely dangerous. This Lego Stitch created by Legohaulic has been updated to reflect both personalities. Compared to the previous build (check it out here) the newer model has been considerably redesigned. The “earth dog” version now has a bigger head, more SNOT building techniques, better fur, and bigger ears. The biggest change is that the model now supports the full “alien” version. With two extra arms, a bunch of extra antennae, and new pupils for the eyes. Lego Stitch stands at seven inches tall, and has thirteen different points of articulation. This new build is up on Lego Ideas (the previous model achieved over 10,000 votes!) so go vote for it if you want to see an official release!

Lego Stitch, Now With More Arms! Updated Lego MOC. Back.

You can find this Lego Stitch, created by Legohaulic, on Lego Ideas over here: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/a4819a4f-06e8-4d42-8258-ba6d725a2c81

You can also find more photos and details of the original model over here: http://everydaybricks.com/lego-stitch-experiment-626-extremely-dangerous/

Lego Stitch, Now With More Arms! Updated. Nice.

Chapter 1: The Mandalorian, A Lego MOC

Chapter 1: The Mandalorian, A Lego MOC

The Mandalorian has certainly left a mark on people. There are an incredibly large amount of MOCs being created based on the Disney Plus Star Wars Show. Here is “Chapter 1: The Mandalorian” created by @ctr_bricks. It is based on the first scene, and some of the details were really worked hard on. The door is made of overlapping flag pieces, and the trim around the door was made with a lot of horizontal bar pieces. It created a great effect. The other key to this scene are the characters, with lego versions of Mando, Mythrol, Garindan, and Quarren. It seems this is the first in a series. Hopefully we will see many more!

Mandalorian Characters Lego MOC

Check out “Chapter 1: The Mandalorian” over here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/ctr69lego/49556341063/

Lego Stitch: Experiment 626. Extremely Dangerous.

Legohaulic Lego Stitch

Experiment 626, more commonly known as Stitch has been let loose. By far one of the cutest laboratory experiments, even though he was designed to destroy populated areas. Stitch has been officially classified extremely dangerous. The good news is that he met Lilo in Hawaii, where a series of adventures taught him to ignore all his programming. Resulting in Stitch becoming one of the most enduring characters. This Lego Stitch MOC is created by Legohaulic. Who has spent months carefully refining this design. The figure is just about 7 inches tall, and has 13 points of articulation. Meaning that Stitch can be posed doing almost anything you can image. He also has a collection of costumes, from Halloween to Experiment 626 (where he grows 2 more arms, and antennae).

Lego Stitch is up on Lego Ideas, so make sure to vote for it if you want Lego to make this into an official set.

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Check out Lego Stitch, by Legohaulic, on Lego Ideas here: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/156797

Check Out These Frozen Lego Figures: Anna And Elsa

YOS Lego, Frozen Lego Anna And Elsa

Just finished watching Frozen for the millionth time and you need more? Are the Lego mini-doll figures are just not enough? Then your only option is to build your own. Which is what YOS Lego has done with their Lego Anna & Elsa (Frozen) figures. These figures have a little bit of movement to them, you can turn their heads and hands. They also feature removable arms so that you can give them different poses. Not only that but Elsa has a whole giant ice “snake” as an accessory. The details are great, just check out the hair (which is way more complicated then it looks), and check out the details on Anna’s dress.

If you want Lego to know you want more Frozen stuff you can vote for project over on Lego Ideas. These Anna & Elsa figures have their own Ideas page here: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/165550

YOS Lego, Lego Frozen Elsa

You can find more Frozen Lego stuff here: http://everydaybricks.com/tag/frozen/

A Regal Lego Friends Princess Castle

Hrczs1's Lego Friends Princess Castle

All of the Lego Friends and Lego Disney Princess figures need a place to stay. Especially if they need to fend off a horde of baddies. This glimmering white castle is the creation of Hrczs1. It features a keep and two towers, making an amazingly compact castle. There is very little room to spare. While the overall design is compact it is tall. Creating a kind of forced perspective trick that creates the illusion of size. The design is highlighted with purple, pink, teal, and gold trim. The most charming detail is the balcony attached to the central keep/tower. It looks like something out of Sleeping Beauty. A nice detail is that Cinderella’s Carriage fits perfectly inside of the gate. See if you can spot some of the other hidden details.

Hrczs1's Lego Friends Princess Castle Birds Hrczs1's Lego Friends Princess Castle Views

Hrczs1's Lego Friends Princess Castle Gate

This Regal Lego Friends Princess Castle is the creation of Hrczs1, and can be found here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/69565805@N02/18649598154/

A Beautiful And Massive Lego Disney Cinderella Castle

LegoCastle's Lego Disney Cinderella Castle

The Disney Cinderella Castle is one of the most famous castles in popular culture, but for some reason there are not that many Lego MOCs based on it. Maybe that is because the castle itself is really hard to pin down (see here). It is also a massive building, so anyone attempting to replicate it in Lego has to have access to a lot of pieces. Unless you try a microscope version. There is now a definitive version of the Disney Cinderella Castle in Lego. Created by Reddit user LegoCastle. It contains well over 50,000 pieces, and hundreds of hours went into the construction. Interestingly, the project cost around $4,500 to finish. It is not everyday that the cost of a project like this is revealed. Lego is expensive.

The clean design, attention to detail, and scale have all attributed to its massive appeal. This is one beautiful Lego Castle. Make sure to check out all the details, such as the stained glass windows, the use of technic pins for detailing, and the clock above the main gate. Every time you look at something like this a new detail stand out.

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This Lego Cinderella Castle, by LegoCastle, can be found over on Reddit here: http://www.reddit.com/r/lego/comments/3b2ek4/lego_cinderella_castle_new_professional_pictures/

And, a full Imgur album for this Lego Castle can be found here: http://imgur.com/a/HFoup

Oh Joy! — It’s A Lego Joy from Inside Out

Miro Dudas Lego Inside Out Joy

Check out this Lego Joy from the Disney/Pixar film Inside Out. This Lego MOC is based on the official Joy Poster, and it is pretty accurate, maybe a little less sparkly then the movie version of Joy. The details that really stand out are the blue hair, and the shoulders. Plus there is a creative letter “O” there too. This Lego poster is created by Miro Dudas, who happened to be be inspired by the recent “Angry” Lego figure. Maybe, we will actually get all of the feelings represented in Lego soon. If you spot any more, let us know!

This Lego Joy from Inside Out can be found here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/miro78/19116524952/

A Lego Anger From Pixar’s Inside Out

Angus MacLane's Lego Inside Out Anger

In the past few years Lego has been adding new pieces/molds to their collection that really help create more expressive and smooth builds. A good example is this Anger, from Disney/Pixar’s recent film Inside Out. You just wouldn’t be able to build this ten years ago. This Lego figure is spot on, and the creator Angus MacLane, has set a high bar for any more Inside Out Lego MOCs. The SNOT style building is faultless. Check out those awesome teeth, and spot on tie. It’s hard to be Angry around this guy.

“This model took me a while to get right, but it was a lot of fun to build. The arm angle and scale were particularly tricky.
The general reaction to this MOC has been, “Neat! Where are the other emotions?” I’m fairly positive that my green, light yellow, lavender, and medium blue collection is not sufficient to do so. So I’ll let that be a building challenge for the rest of you.”

Angus MacLane's Lego Inside Out Anger Figure

See Lego Anger from Inside Out here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/27826007@N05/19071648551

An Adorable Lego Mickey Mouse

alanboar's Lego Mickey Mouse

Lego has been making Disney related stuff for a while now. Toy Story, Princesses, Star Wars, Marvel Super Heroes, etc. But, they have never made anything with Disney’s iconic animated mascots. No Mickey Mouse, no Donald Duck, no Goofy. That might change in the future, but for now Lego and Disney fans must create their own. This Lego Mickey Mouse figure is the creation of Alanboar, who built Mickey for his son. It features a very animated pose, and is amazingly expressive for a brick built figure. The massive feet, and the mouse tail are some of the highlights. This MOC is spot on. Just check out the silhouette of Mickey Mouse. The round design of Mickey has been preserved well, especially considering the use of basic bricks here.

alanboar's Lego Mickey Mouse Back

This Lego Mickey Mouse, created by Alanboar, and be found here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/alanboar/18924234275/