Recently I’ve been working on a series of LEGO spaceships based on the months of the year. So, with the Walking Dead starting up again soon and Halloween on the horizon, I present October – The Brainpower! (Click on the pics for larger images.)
It’s orange, of course, and piloted by a space zombie. Want a closer look? OK, but don’t say I didn’t warn you.
The Brainpower actually runs on 12 LEGO brains built right into its twin engines. And there’s one more brain in a jar toward the rear in case our pilot wants a snack.
Apparently brainpower glows an eerie green. (Also, I was especially happy to be able to work the new orange brick separator into this model.)
Side view! Pew pew!
If you’re flying through space and you see this in your rear view space mirror, hit the gas!
And here’s one last long view:
So there you have my LEGO Zombie Spaceship! If you want to see it super huge, check it out over at Flickr.
Wanna see some of my other LEGO projects? Here’s a few you might like:
You might remember a few weeks back I did a How To Draw lesson for a giant robot. Well, the more I looked at the final drawing the more I saw it in LEGO. So I threw this together over a weekend and thought I’d share. Enjoy:
More Andertoons LEGO robots you might like:
This weekend was Brickworld again here in town, and you know I love the LEGO, so here’s some pics:
Now onto some space! Star Wars, Classic Space, and even a little from the Whedonverse.
And lastly, some superheroes!
It was another great Brickworld, and I already can’t wait until next year!
For me there’s nothing more fun to build in LEGO than a spaceship. I love the engines, the cockpit, the space minifigs, and that swooshing sound I can’t help making as I fly it around the house. I love LEGO spaceships!
So, since Valentine’s day is fast approaching I thought I’d channel some of that love into this all-red heart-shaped fighter:
The dual engines swivel independently for maneuverability and easy landing, it’s armed to the teeth with four underside cannons, and its small size and stealth geometry keeps it off enemy radars until it’s too late.
But a recent skirmish has left our intrepid and beautiful pilot, Capt. Val N. Tine, with an enemy rocket lodged in the fuselage! Can she make it back to base? Why didn’t the rocket explode? And will she discover her enemy attacker was actually her secret admirer, Q-Pid?
Enjoy some more pics:
Wanna see some more of my LEGO creations? Here’s a few you might like: