LEGO MOC: An Idyllic Retreat!

Blocked-Up
February 25, 2018

There are individuals out there that are consistent as they are inspiring in their work, and Sarah Beyer is one of those creators.  She’s done amazing things using the LEGO medium, and if you’re interested in seeing more of her work, follow her Flickr for more.

In her latest piece, Beyer shows us what a day in the tropics might entail.  Featuring a healthy dose of vegetation fused with a rather clever use of earthy tone colors that help us offset nature’s greenery, she’s given us an idyllic retreat to enjoy in myriad ways.

Micro Tropic House MOC from above

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LEGO MOC: Hillside Momento

SquareOne
February 25, 2018

Here we have a beautiful microscale diorama brought about by David Zambito.

All around, this rendition really packs a lot of detail into a limited space, from the trees, to the campfire, to the obvious train and even the well executed hillside rock work.  Zambito job is so seamless it definitely makes you look forward to more of his work.

What do you think of this piece?  Let us know what you think.

Country Side Tunnel

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