Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Tank Treads

Take a look at this water tower by Nyu. It uses the tank treads to attach tiles and great a great looking SNOT wall.

Monday, September 26, 2005

Three-stud-wide window

Classic-Castler brickerik has created a new SNOTty three-stud-wide window that incorporates a unique use of a town fence:

Friday, September 23, 2005

Coat Stand

Well, here we are with another great find; Michael Jasper's Rondezvous Preparation.

Notice the coat stand especially.

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Jojo's Furniture

Johannes Koehler has gallery full of excellent minifig-scale furniture, include this desk, chair and stove:

A Little Moose

Check out this moose:

Sunday, September 18, 2005


Michael Jasper has made some great (and unique) chairs using many pieces in great ways.

Thursday, September 15, 2005

Brick Wall

One of my spotters (Bruce H., who has his own blog here) has pointed out this sweet brick wall by Jonathan Hunter.

A SNOTty, spacy ambulance

Soren Roberts' new Ambulance is absolutely chock-full of SNOTty goodness:

Monday, September 12, 2005

Of gears and wheels and jet turbines

Kevin Blocksidge's Harlequin creatively uses gears, steering wheels and jet turbines as guns and engines:

Sunday, September 11, 2005

Chateau Saint Bernard

Well, I just remembered that I haven't posted anything for a few days, so I quickly scanned through some Brickshelf folders, hoping to find something worth posting. Sure enough, up popped this neat little chateau with SNOT battlements, made by Emmanuel Bernard. Check it out!

I would sure like to know how the Forestmen got across the moat for this picture. ;)

Thursday, September 08, 2005

Amoskeag Motorized Fire Truck

Here is Count Blockula's turn-of-the-century fire truck. It has loads of nifty SNOT, and a few other unique techniques as well. Does anyone know what the ribbed piece that forms the upper part of the water tank is?

Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Tubing Roof

Lenny Hoffman built this Medieval Cart for a Dungeons and Dragons game. Notice the pneumatic tubing that forms the base for the upside-down 1x6 plates which make up the cover.

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Animals by Reed Anderson

Reed Anderson's animal gallery is full to the brim with great building techniques (and great animals, too!).

His birds make great use of the minifig head rag usually seen on pirates.

His dragonfly is made out of feather parts and a skeleton hand.

And his elk puts droid arms and minifig hands to good use.

Also check out the rest of his gallery for more cool animals!

Monday, September 05, 2005

Brick-Built Barding

Brickshelf user Boses made this Brick-Built Barding for his knights. It uses some neat but simple SNOT-work and is just plain cool.

Saturday, September 03, 2005

Small Plane

Take a little peekeroo at this small fighter plane.

Some things I noticed:
  • SNOT construction-almost everything in front of the wings is oriented the studs front. There is also some SNOT under the wings.

  • The Technic connectors used for the loooooong nose piece.

  • Friday, September 02, 2005


    LUGNET user Elroy Davis's Guppie makes great use of a seemingly "useless" Alpha Team part.

    Net Illumination

    Brickshelf user ezehogan has built a Black Falcon Keep. The keep is well constructed, but the thing that caught my eye was the SNOT chandelier made from the firefighters catching net and a large flower.

    Thursday, September 01, 2005

    Goats Galore

    Jens and Jojo have created two cute little goats. Both of them make use of the new Viking horns, new small slopes, and control sticks. Jens also puts some minifig binoculars to good use.