This is so cool! A life-size T-800 Terminator built with 15,000 bricks by Martin Latta. The life-size T-800 will be on display at Lipno Point for a LEGO exhibit which is running from the start of June through to September!
We are big fans of both projects here at Built With Bricks. The Mini Shop Series will appeal to both AFOL’s and kids though a potential drawback is the acquisition of licences to have McDonalds and Starbucks used in LEGO sets.
The Tumbler in mini-fig scale would also be a welcome addition to LEGO sets. There have been a few LEGO Cuusoo projects that have featured the Tumbler but this one seems to be the most accurate to date.
Currently only a few votes shy of qualifying for the next stage is League of Legends of LEGO will it make the required 10,000 votes before midnight on the 3rd June?
Joystiq are reporting that Venom and The Human Torch have been added to roster of characters for the upcoming LEGO Marvel Super Heroes video game!
With a reported 100 unlockable characters within the game including Galactus, Abomination and the usual suspects of Nick Fury, Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Spider-Man, Captain America and Wolverine, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes the video game is shaping up to be epic!
LEGO have joined forces with Sony in a bid to bridge the gap between toys and video games.
Seemingly concerned that they are losing their target market to the video gaming industry LEGO have been working with researchers at Sony Science Laboratories in Tokyo fitting a range of motors and cameras into LEGO bricks.
The build up to the first episode of The Yoda Chronicles continues! As part of the build up LEGO have unveiled a life-size model of the recent UCS X-Wing Starfighter.
The build took LEGO builders in the Czech Republic four months to complete and a staggering 5,335,200 bricks! To support the LEGO a steel frame was built and as a result the X-wing weighs 20 tonnes! Measuring 13.1 metres long with a wingspan of 13.4 metres the life-size X-Wing is the largest LEGO model to ever be assembled!
The life-size starfighter was shipped from Europe, on a voyage that took 2 months to complete, in 34 parts which were assembled over night before being unveiled to the public today!
The model will be on display at Times Square for the next three days before being transported to LEGOLAND California where it will remain for the rest of the year!