This Lego Sundae has got it all (of the good toppings!). Three scoops of ice cream, chocolate sauce, and some waffle/pastry sticks all made out of Lego. Whipped cream, cherries, peanuts, and everything else is optional. This Lego Sundae is the creation of Brixe63. It is served in a rather nice glass goblet, and served with a silver spoon. The glass is a great build, using some of the huge transparent pieces recently seen in the Ship In A Bottle set. An especially nice detail is the gold trim on the stem, created with four of the One Ring pieces from the Lord of the Rings sets. So, if you’re having a bad day, celebrating your report card, or just treating yourself make sure order a Sundae.
Dropping an ice cream cone can quickly lead to some extreme emotions. This Lego “Melt Down” MOC is the creation of ForlornEmpire. Built as an entry to the MOC Wars 2020, for Category 13: I’m Melting. The scene has been captured well, you can almost hear the screaming in person. In a weird way, the best detail are the tears running down the face. The eyebrows are also well done. Using two different lego elements really emphasizes the extreme emotion. This girl must be careful or she will melt right down that storm drain. The whole scene reminds me of those Garbage Pail Kids cards from the 1980s.
Welcome to Scoops Ahoy! This delicious ice cream store is a key setting for season 3 of Stranger Things. Steve Harrington and Robin Buckley are instantly recognizable (with the help of some Star Wars minifigure heads, and sailor hats). This Lego Scoops Ahoy is the creation of Eldritchpenguin. Lego has released an official Stranger Things set, but this shows what you can create without those bricks. The only thing missing is an Erica Sinclair Minifigure.