Yellow Jackrabbit Lego Mech

Yellow Jackrabbit Lego Mech

Lego and giant robots are a perfect match. There are countless official and unofficial creations. Even so, there is an incredible variety and new builds are always a treat. This Lego Mech is called the Yellow Jackrabbit and is the creation of Alvaro Gunawan. It features a striking yellow and orange design; powerful looking legs; and a huge (mini?) gun. The whole robot can even fold up (transform). Although, the best feature is the cockpit in which a lego minifigure pilot can fit inside.

Yellow Jackrabbit Lego Mech Rear

Check out the Yellow Jackrabbit Lego Mech over here: https://flickr.com/photos/pyrefyre/49479377408/

Yellow Jackrabbit Details, Pilot, Lego MOC

Titanfall Lego MOC’s: Ion, Northstar, Ronin and Stryder

Marius Herrmann Lego Titanfall Northstar

The popular video game Titanfall (and its sequel) is one of those perfect universes that can translate into Lego extremely well. The first-person shooter stars some amazing robots that just ooze style. Marius Herrmann has created a small series of Titanfall Lego MOC’s. The creator worked hard to get some of the details as accurate as possible. Focusing on proportions, and color. The collection of mechs include Ion, Northstar, Ronin, and Stryder. Stryder is the only one based off the first game, and is actually and update to an older Lego MOC (the legs got completely redesigned).

Marius Herrmann Lego Titanfall Ion

Marius Herrmann Lego Titanfall Ronin Marius Herrmann Lego Titanfall Stryder

Make sure to check out these Lego Titanfall MOCs over on Flickr, where you can find the original Stryder design and other Robots by Marius Herrmann: https://www.flickr.com/photos/velocites/30060726203/

If you are looking for more robot/mecha themed Lego MOCs make sure to check out here: http://everydaybricks.com/category/robots-2/

MFX [F] – Aztech Deity Reborn. A Golden Lego Mech.

Lu Sim's Lego Mech MFX-F Aztech Deity Reborn

Lego has always been a place to create your own Mechs. Even Lego has been officially releasing Mechs from at least 1984. Although the official bots are usually simple, the MOCs people have been creating are breaking new ground, in detail and awesomeness. Check out this golden masterpiece, the MFX [F] – Aztech Deity Reborn. It is the third version of the Diety created by Lu Sim. This version features a golden body, with black frame. And, if you look close enough, a little bit of red. The other big change is going with a thinner, more “feminine” type mech. This golden god is just awesome.

Lu Sim's Lego Mech MFX-F Aztech Deity Reborn Details

Check out Lu Sim’s Lego Mech, MFX [F] Aztech Deity Reborn, over on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/messymaru/17143354662/

These Bad Binary Bitches Will Reprogram You

Andrew Lee's Lego Bad Binary Bitches

Lego and Robots are a very popular genre of Lego MOCs. This robot duo are known as the Bad Binary Bitches (that is some good alliteration). Check out their use of various clips and hinges. They are also a great place to show off new and cutting edge Lego building techniques.  Especially the use of the Lego Minifigure back connector used in the legs. The use of stickers (custom!) help lend these robot ladies some personality. They may be tough, but they certainly look delicate. They are standing on Lego wrenches after all.

Check out the “Bad Binary Bitches” created by Andrew Lee over on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/wintermute2600/15600388753/

Borris, Momo, Admiral Horrace, & Arnold: Lego Pirate Jigbots + Argali the Iron Jigbot

Lego Pirate Jigbots

“Avast ye bots big and small!
We be the jigbot pirates, proud and tall.
Our heads be flappy and our pay is crappy.
But the job is fun! with lots of Rum!
So we be pillaging yee all.”

If you have ever wondered what you could use your Lego Star Wars planets (+ Death Star) for then look no further. You can create a Jigbot. These surprisingly cute robots are a combination of Lego pieces, Bionicle pieces, and Technic pieces. These Lego pirate Jigbots are the result of a team build, specifically Team Jigsaw, which consists of Simon Liu, Nick V, Lego Junkie, and Legonardo Davidy. Borris the Pirate was created in 2013, and a little over a year latter was joined by Momo the Pirate, Admiral Horrace, and Arnold the Pirate.

LegonardoDavidy's Lego Jigbot Admiral Horrace

“Sailing the seven seas taking, searching for pirate scum and bringing their days of looting and pillaging to an end, recruiting them as toilet cleaners and barrel makers for his majesty the King. More barrels = more ale, and the toilets… yeah. Pirate Jigbots beware!” — Legonardo Davidy

LegoJunkie's Lego Jigbot Momo The Pirate

Momo the Pirate is a typical ragtag bandit. Put together with a more random assortment of parts then the other Jigbots.

NickV's Lego Jigbot Borris The Pirate

“Although intended for destruction and world domination, Borris has chosen to instead live his life as a free-spirited, swash-buckling pirate. With his rusty cutlass and his bottle ‘o rum always at hand, nothing excites Borris more than adventure, trespassing and pillaging minifig towns.” — Nick V.

The only odd ball is Argali the Iron Jigbot. Not actually part of the Pirate Jigbots. Argali was originally built for an Iron Builder Competition.

“Argali is a peculiar fellow, who enjoys classy activities such as kite-sailing, scarf making, and abstract conversation. Also known as the Giver of Bagpipes, Argali is not mentally stable, and can not be trusted.”

NickV's Lego Jigbot Argali

Check out all the Lego Jigbots here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/si-mocs/15092508554/

Borris the Pirate and Argali the Iron, created by Nick V can be found on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/brickthing/9932258196

Mom the Pirate, created by Lego Junkie, can be found on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/legojunkie/15526873048/

Arnold the Pirate, created by Simon Liu, can be found on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/si-mocs/15092508554/

Admiral Horrace, created by Legonardo Davidy, can also be found on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/davidhensel/15093058463

A Chibi Gundam Made with Lego

Moko's Lego Chibi Gundam 01

Lego and robots are a very popular theme (see here). Sometimes these themes combine to create something cool. This chibi styled Lego Gundam (という訳でガンダム。初代ガンダム。), by Moko, is one of those prefect Lego MOCs. The cute little mecha features SNOT techniques that create a remarkably articulated model. The Mobile Suit needs all of this movability if it is going to survive the war. Lego has been releasing robot themed models at in increasing rate. Maybe someday something as complicated and sleek as this Chibi Gundam will have an official release. We can only hope.

Moko's Lego Chibi Gundam 03

Not only does this Gundam come with a huge gun, and shield but Moko went as far as creating a whole arsenal. It appears that there is access to two sniper rifles, two “light sabers,” a huge mace, and a ball-and-chain. Nothing can stop this robot.

Moko's Lego Chibi Gundam 02

Check out more of this Chibi Gundam over on Moko’s website: http://blog.livedoor.jp/legolego05/archives/52664080.html

Shoot ‘n Loot with this Lego Claptrap from Borderlands

Jerac's Lego Borderlands Claptrap

Are you waiting for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel to download? Excited to butt stomp the moon, and bound through low gravity? Ready to hear Handsome Jack’s side of the story? Then you should be just as excited about these Lego Claptrap units created by Jerac. These three robots showcase some extremely impressive Lego skills. Check out how those arms are created, with a combination of levers and technic pins. And, admire the subtle sloping geometry. It is a wonder that it is all held together. One thing is certain, these Claptraps are dangerously fragile (physically and mentally).

Jerac's Lego Borderlands Prototype

Check out these Lego Borderlands Claptrap units over on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/jerac/6231570509/

The Ultra Violet, a Deadly Lego Friends Mecha

MarkStafford Lego Friends Mecha Ultra Violet

The official Lego Friends sets can be a bit limiting. They are completely rooted in a city theme, with no signs of expanding into the other Lego themes (Pirates, Space, etc.) A great way to work around this is to create your own Lego creations. One of the best features about Lego is just how modular the pieces are, almost every Lego part can be used with another Lego part. Mark Stafford used his imagination and created a sci-fi themed Lego Friends mecha titled the Ultra Violet. The best part of these MOCs is the innovative use of obscure Lego pieces. Check out the pink baskets, lipsticks, telephones, lightsaber beams, and wood panels. Check out the Friends section for more examples of this.

MarkStafford Lego Friends Mecha Ultra Violet 2

Ultra Violet, by Mark Stafford, can be viewed here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/nabii/6812390569/

Lego Friends Hardsuits: Blacktron and M-Tron themed Power Armor

colgs3b's Lego Friends Hardsuit, Blacktron Olivia

Science Fiction and the Lego Friends make for a strange combination that works well. Flickr user, colgs3b, has been building a whole series of Hardsuits for the Friends. These mechas appear to be in scale with the other Lego Friends figures. But you wont find them tending horses of farming. Although they may train in Karate during their off time. The first of the Hardsuit Friends is Blacktron Olivia. Using theming elements from the classic Lego Blacktron, Olivia looks like someone you would not want to mess with.

Olivia is not fighting alone. Her mother is also on the front lines wielding a massive gun and a deceptively friendly pink and teal paint scheme.

colgs3b's Lego Friends Hardsuit, Olivia's Mom

Hardsuit Stephanie is also present. With a purple and teal and yellow suit. Stephanie appears to be able to fly. Making her extremely dangerous.

colgs3b's Lego Friends Hardsuit, Stephanie

When in danger the strongest Hardsuits are needed to hold the front line. Here M-Tron Mia is ready to defend against anything. Make sure to be very careful as her magnet technology is extremely deadly.

colgs3b's Lego Friends Hardsuit, M-Tron Frontline Mia

Check out the Hardsuit Lego Friends, and others at colgs3b’s Flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/colgs3b/8381652946/

Lego Friends Mech, Bone Crushingly Cool

bermudafreze's Lego Friends Mech

The Lego Friends have been finding themselves in all sorts of Lego MOCs lately. Especially in the Space or Science Fiction theme. Bermudafreze, of Flickr, has build this deadly Lego Friends Mech. The Mech features a gatling gun, a massive clamp, missiles and bone crushing treads. In fact the treads are especially nice, built out of ball joint pieces. That idea looks great in this build. This mech unit is ready for whatever is thrown at it.

Check out this Mech over on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/30715255@N04/8236353962