Flickr user, -derjoe- has been creating these hilarious Lego Star Wars figures for some time. The proportions and basic geometry work surprisingly well. The “Bounty Hunters ‘Executor Meeting’ ” is a great recreation of that famous scene from The Empire Strikes Back. These guys are built in a “Klotzkopf-Style” which roughly means “Block Head” in english. These have recently appeared in a book titled “Build Your Own Galaxy: The Big Unofficial Builder’s Book”
“Look Sir, Droids!” features one of the most famous scenes from Return of the Jedi.
A great built of Han Solo and Chewie.
And, finally a humorous version of Dagobah Luke and Yoda. Ready to hike through a swamp.
Check out these Lego Star Wars Figures and more over on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/53163759@N04/
-derjoe- has also created an extremely popular MOC titled: Despicable Me Minion Party: http://legogenre.com/lego-despicable-me-minion-party/
There have been many different Hulk characters in the past few decades. The most notable is the Green Hulk, but the Gray and Red Hulk make him work for his fame. Gilcelio Chagas, over at Flickr, has recently revealed their new Lego MOC. “The three Hulks” are pretty slick Lego figures. The studs for nipples is hilarious. Gilcelio Chagas cleared up some confusion concerning the Incredible Hulks. The Green, Gray, and Red Hulks are not all Bruce Banner, but Joe Fixit (Gray) and General Thaddeus E. “Tunderbolt” Ross (Red). Usually the Hulk walks a fine line with sanity, but leans on the good side of morality scale. Not so for the Red Hulk, who is usually a villain. The more you know…
I like the Gray Hulk.
Check out the Incredible Hulks on Flickr, and read about their histories: http://www.flickr.com/photos/50764322@N04/12643446203/
Despicable Me and Despicable Me 2 have proven to be extremely popular. This is mainly do to the little Minion character. The little Minions appear to be stupid (although some seem to geniuses) but full of personality. Even with these limitations they find themselves in a variety of situations where they end up ruining an experiment, or getting hurt. Even so, they might one day end up saving the planet.
Lego Admiral, from Flickr, has created a smorgasbord of Lego Minions. The newest is “Minion Maid – Phil” and features a little Minion dressed up as a maid, complete with a vacuum cleaner. Take a good look at the vacuum, because it is genius. The shape of it is spot on, and best of all it is built with relatively few bricks. The Lego Minion design is based on 3D sphere building techniques. This gives the Minions a very rotund appearance. Lego Admiral has created 3 basic body types that can be mixed and matched with varying hair and eye combinations. This semi-modular design means that these can quickly multiply into a full blow Minion army.
These Minions even have their own Lego CUUSOO page: http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/47231. Each one can be built with 220-250 Lego bricks. Meaning that they are not overly complicated or cost prohibitive.
Check out these Minions over on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/legoadmiral2012/10899371344/
On Lego CUUSOO: http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/47231
Despicable Me Minions are popular, and you can view more here: http://legogenre.com/?s=minions&submit=Search
Despicable Me 2 is almost out on DVD/Blu-ray which means that the Minions have been getting in trouble again. Double trouble. Look out, these two have been experimenting with rocketry. Double Trouble, is the creation of Miro78. These Minions look like they use more common Lego pieces then other models. The use of the old(ish) Lego smily brick is perfect, and the red slope is a great tongue. As usual these are a perfect fit with Lego, preserving the goofy Minion personality with a minimum of bricks.
Check out other Minions here: http://legogenre.com/tag/despicable-me/
Check out these Double Trouble Despicable Me Minions, by Miro78, over on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/miro78/9622222410/
Despicable Me Minions and Lego seem to go together like cheese and crackers. Case in point, the many, many other Despicable Me Minions in Lego. One of the most recognizable Minions is the little guy with the sirens on his head. The most perfect and worst fire alarm you could have. This little guy manages to combine a lot of the best Minion styles. A nice 3D body (which is a lot harder to build then you might think), a great expressive expression, and the perfect goggles. This Despicable Me Minion even manages to have posable fingers, and wonderful trans-red sirens on this head.
There are many Lego Despicable Me Minions out there. Currently one of the most popular themes in Lego. Just like in the film, these Minions come in all shapes and sizes. The Mini Minion is one of the tiniest ones out there. Yet it manages to preserve the character and personality that these little creatures possess. Created with just six Lego pieces, you would be hard pressed to use less. A clip, hat, two hands, a Lego head, and binoculars (plus some string) is all you need.
Check out this Lego Despicable Me Minion, created by Max Pointner, over on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/maxpointner/9406851286/
Kid Joker certainly has a bright future in store for him. That poor little cat is about to be an unwitting participant in a math experiment. Joker apparently does not need a calculator. Will Kid Batman be able to stop Kid Joker? Delatron3000 built “Kid Joker Solves a Maths Problem” using some impressively creative solutions. With Lego snakes for eyebrows and cat tails, and even Lego arms for fingers. What really sells this MOC is the oversized Joker grin.
See more Lego Kid Joker on Delatron3000’s Flicker page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/delatron3000/9376523848/