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After surviving a deadly crash landing in the middle of a desert, this intrepid pilot cooly walks away from his smoldering biplane, unscathe...
The MOC Scavenger Hunt
You all have waited long enough. It's here! If you have no idea what I'm talking about, or what on earth this even is, take a l...
Inspired in some strange, obscure way by the wonderful Pixar movie "Ratatouille," this modern day vignette of a Venice building came to life. I...
Based on C.S. Lewis's magical masterpiece, "The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe" from the "Chronicles of Narnia" series, this small vigne...
Set in AD 40, this 24 by 24 micro diorama is a remake of a previous version. The new design features the previously omitted Kidron Valle...
Pictured here on their home planet Crouton, two species of the genus Frumbo go about their extra-terrestrialy ordinary lives. These strange al...
Amid the rolling hills of the Mediterranean island of Cyprus, this pastoral, terraced vineyard is alive with the colors of ripe grapes...
I've discovered that you can't go wrong with western, so once again, I present you with a sixth western vignette; an 8 by 8 representat...
Yay! Another Western vignette! This one, built mainly around the minifigure, features a broken down, old shack loaded with TNT for no ot...
Due to popularish demand for cutaway MOCs, I present you with my second cutaway vignette, a depiction of an underwater cave under an old d...
Star Wars Relativity
What happens when M.C. Escher, Star Wars, and Legos collide and explode into a zero gravity jumble of stairs? Well... you get jus...
Even though this sort of creation isn't my "thing," I still found this robot to be a short but sweet build. By easily throwing a random l...
Streets of Jaffa
Pushing the limits of a vignette, this 16 by 16 depiction of Jaffa's bustling markets and alleyways was a very enjoyable build. The d...
In Which Runner Sleds Going 90 Collide With Trees...
...And in which WIP images collide with puzzles, and magnets collide with exploding LDD models, a...
Brick and Plaster Sketch
This small vignette was built to test a technique of recreating the effect of plaster chipping away from a brick wall. Tell m...
Journeying through the Misty Mountains, Tolkien's Fellowship of the Ring is on a quest to destroy the ring that holds the power to dest...
The battler of windmills, and his sidekick, Pancho. The figures are based off of my own imagination.
My fiftieth creation uploaded to MOCpages, Einstein's study is definitely one of my most favorite creations so far. The 19 by 16 dior...
Tracer Bullet is a private eye. It says so on his door. But most people just call him Calvin. My first ever comic, I wanted to experimen...
This criminal of the old west is playing one of his sneaky tricks again. He's been working on an escape tunnel to get himself out of jail. H...
Extremely posable, this twenty eight piece dog is modeled after the white dog in the new Lego Universe commercials. I have added instruction...
New Hope Tower Vig
Seven stories high, seventeen minifigures, and terribly off balance, the long-awaited Star Wars Episode IV tower vignette is finall...
The Fortress of Ogel
Join me for a tour of my second miniature diorama, and my first castle themed creation! This is a 16 by 16 vignette of a castle f...
Aragorn as the ranger Strider. For other of my Lord of the Rings characters, please visit my "minifigures" folder. I have not seen the films, ...
It is too bad that there are not very many fencing MOCs out there. I wish to add my little tribute to one of my favorite sports. The mask is a ...
- "He told me enough! He told me you killed me!" - "No Luke, I AM you!" ... If you have been in the lego community for any good amoun...
This is a test of lighting. Okay, I admit it. It's just an excuse to use the dish piece as a hat, but still, this creation utilizes so...
Aww, such a nice, little windmill vignette with a little cow right? ... WRONG! IT'S A UFO IN...
Roman Style Courtyard
Basically a study Roman architecture, this technique-heavy bignette is a historic, fictional model of an imaginary Roman private...
With four trophies on the line, this black belt wins it all as he breaks through three strong boards with his powerful strike. This vign...
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