Here we are again, another monday, another set of Lego builds that will make you dream of moc`cing them.
Or just enjoy them as you gaze over these magnificent builds...
We begin with this beautifull rendition of the ISS station, which has a visitor in the form of the space shuttle Endeavor.
The details on this build are amazing, and just look at those gorgeous solar panels on the station.
Next we have a bit of a grisly build, but very significant in the history of Europe, as the French court meets the guillotine during the final days of the French revolution.
General Lee. Not only was he one of the most famous american military commanders, it`s also the name of the striking orange car from the Dukes of Hazard.
Based on the Pixels movie, this city scene is terrorized by the 8 bit beasties that came to live.
Everyone`s favorite nightmare character is well done in the Lego medium, so enter the Pumpkin King.
This lava wasp is another beast of nightmares. I love the lines on the model and how it "explodes" out of the magma.
A great build based around the VW Camper Van, as this build makes the pre-assembly of those vans in their restoration look very nice.
A Spyrius drop pod is next on the list, as this seems the way the hackers are inserted into their jobs off-planet.
From that sci-fi classic by Paul Verhoeven, Starship Troopers, comes this great looking arachnid warrior.
The final build of this week are The Hanging Gardens of Babylon, a great get together of plenty of colourfull elements, creating a striking display.
And that`s it once more, hope you enjoyed the selection and until next week!
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