Probably Jonas Kramm hasn’t completed this MOC yet, but his post could not stop me from blogging it.
Yes. As description from title, here is another Flintstone project in Lego ideas by Andrewclark2. And this time, the MOC is decorated with more colorful elements, which make the whole theme more “cartoon” than the previous version (by Bortos). Total of 6 minifigures were included in this cute Flintstone build, and if you are familiar with the original cartoon, the characters are Fred, Flintstone, Wilma Flintstone, Pebbles Flintstone, Barney Rubble, Betty Rubble, and Bamm Bamm Rubble.
In ancient China kingdoms, Jade Seal represent the emperor, it works like an official stamping chop nowadays. And every time whenever there is a rise of new empire in China, the first thing to search from the palace is always the Jade Seal.
It is another Naverre‘s MOC, and this time it is called Forsaken Abyss Mine. Comparing the size of minifigs, we would say the MOC is pretty big.
Look at the details, the mine cart and the fire was being presented so perfectly in this cool MOC. As we would say, he is always good in putting the realistic details into a scene! And most importantly, his every shot is really entertaining and fun to look at.
Perhaps you would say this project is simple, but i say the idea is interesting. This reminds me of “Woman Street” in Hong Kong, where those hawkers gather along the street selling more or less similar kind of things.
It’s about 23 year (since 1994) from now since the epic musical animated film: Lion King was released on screen. And probably not many scene we could still remember except the most classic part when the monkey carried the lion cub (Simba) for the ceremony at the beginning.
Lately i noticed 2 interesting board games from other sites that i think both are worth buying. In fact, i am waiting for the release of latest release from Arcadia Quest.
Lego produced all types of minifigures, ranging from superheros and monsters, or even Disney characters.
Any Game of Thrones fans here? If you are, then you should probably understand Jonas Kramm‘s MOC. Well, it is about the opening scene of the popular American fantasy drama. (Watch it if you haven’t LOL).
Pop-up book needs a lot of mechanism to hide the content while the book is closed, and the 3D part must be able to stand when the book is opened.