Ho-ho-whoa! All the reindeer can relax, Santa's got himself a giant robot to deliver toys this year!
I hope you've been good, because if not...
But if you're good...
Oh my, that's not really better, is it?
Here's a few more action shots of this big poseable LEGO mech:
You can move the shoulders, elbows, wrists, fingers, waist, hips, knees, and ankles. Here's a look behind:
He's got all the toys nestled safely between the rockets there. And here's Santa in the cockpit:
One last thing... Elves, when you're shining up the mech, please please be careful...
You can see all the pics in large, big, and super huge giant over at Flickr.
Check out my Robot Santa from a few years ago too!
Just a little something I cooked up while playing with some clear 1x1 plates. See more here!
After finishing my massive LEGO Alphabet Spaceships project, I was looking for something a little less restrictive design=wise, and this collection of Unnecessary LEGO Batman Vehicles filled the bill.
The idea here is that in addition to the Batmobile, the Batwing, the Batcopter, etc..., that Batman has a Bat-vehicle for pretty much anything, even the mundane.
I've posted a few along the way, but now that I've finished with an even dozen, here's all of them, including my last entry:
The Bat-Supermarket Scooter
The Bat-Bumper Cars
The Bat-Golf Cart
The Bat-Riding Mower
The Bat-Pogo Stick
What's next? You'll know when I know.
I've been wanting to try my hand at another large LEGO art piece, but was looking to try something other than the standard mosaic. So I created this tiled line art piece based on the Darwyn Cooke Catwoman.
All the black tiles are connected with white hinges underneath and connected here and there to plate studs placed strategically in the white tiles.
It measures about 20" x 30" and I had to order around 1500 of the 2x2 white tiles from Germany to get it covered.
Here's a little closer look:
I'm really pleased with the result, and I'm already planning some other LEGO line art projects.
You can see it better over at Flickr! Meow!