A good burger and fries can really hit the spot. The warm and salty food goes well with a cold soda. This Lego MOC called “Burger and Fries” is the creation of Joe. The scene features the popular fast food meal, but there is a twist. A lot of the details are created with Lego Minifigure legs/pants. This new challenge to build stuff out of legs is interesting. Here, the legs are being used as the straw in the soda, part of the french fries, lettuce on the burger, and the hamburger patty itself. It is a great example of getting creative with limited pieces. The tomatoes and the soda cup lid are two other great details. The whole scene is sitting on top a a wooden plank which looks great. The contrast of which, helps us focus on the food. But, if we were to eat this meal, we might want plates next time.
A woodshop is an inherently dangerous place. They are full of sharp and pointy tools ready to stab an eye out or chop a finger off. But, a Lego woodshop is slightly more safe (as long as you meet the restriction: ages 5+). BrickBrosProductions imagines what this would look like. They have produced a 3 minute and 27 second Lego stop motion video. Starting with blueprints and unfinished lumber; after a lot of hard work they end up with something new.
Some of the highlights include sanding, chiseling, and painting. All done with Lego. Check out their video below or over here: https://youtu.be/930TWN-_6og
Little tiny robots are one of the best genres of MOC builds, and when someone changes it up a little it can really stand out. For instance these Steam-Bots don’t look very deadly, but the steampunk robot on the left has a chainsaw for a hand. The choice of color and pieces is really nice, the ice cream for steam and the gold/brown color scheme really helps sell these robots. Hope you didn’t spend all your money on your new top hat and mustache cream, as robot insurance would come in handy here.