Friday, October 28, 2005

SNOTty Studless Space Ship

Brickshelf user Legohaulic has created a super-slick purple and white ship. Check out all the SNOT!

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

March Of The Penguins

Penguins of all shapes and sizes have begun to pop up on Brickshelf. Here are three new ones, built by

Johannes Koehler,








Moko,















Michael Jasper,









And one can't make a post about penguins without mentioning Adam Silcott.

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Another desk and chair from Jojo

Johannes Koehler has returned with another unique desk and chair. Check out his use of the pith helment for the lantern and the brown technic parts that make up the chair:

Friday, October 21, 2005

Brick Frame Armature by the Count


Mike Crowley, aka Count Blockula, has created an amazing new building technique he calls BrickFA, or Brick Frame Armature.

Not only has the Count created several really cool models, including Optimus Prime, Megatron and everyone's favorite bookworm witch Hermione, he's provided instructions so everyone can build their own BrickFA!





Monday, October 17, 2005

Flower Mosaic

Jason Allemann has built a flower mosaic. Pretty cool!


Friday, October 14, 2005

Crumbling Brick Wall

Nelson Yrizarry has created a series of vignettes called Lost Tales Of The Adventurers. All of them are awesome but one in particular, The Buddha Guardian, features a very cool crumbling brick wall:

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

PCS Parts Pack

Spacer Chris Giddens's PCS Medical Ship LL-M1 "Doulos" is chock-full of hard-to-use parts intergrated in unique ways. Check out his use of sports ramps, minifig skateboards, X-Pod lids and Bionicle canister lids:







Sunday, October 09, 2005

Hover Bikes

JazzJake has used the Town motorcycle as the basis for his mostly SNOT hover bikes.


Thursday, October 06, 2005

Micro Steam Train

Jason Allemann has created an awesome little train, using the "useless" part Technic Competition Cannon:



Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Garbage Chute

Here's another idea from Patrick Bosman: a minifig lever combined with a Technic piece to create a garbage chute.


Saturday, October 01, 2005

Theodor Bruno

Nyu, who's water tower creation is featured below, has done it again. He (or she) has just posted a WWII German rail gun on Brickshelf and it is absolutely awesome (as always)!



However, I have a problem. UBT is not about amazing creations per se, but about the creative implementation of specific ellements. This means that I had to find something on this MOC that was creative or unusual before I could blog it. Here it is; droid arms and spigots!


Wall Sconce

Here is a neat little lamp/sconce using the dragon helm from the Dragon Masters subtheme, and the black head from the ghosts.