Yes we know, this month’s LEGO Picks of the Month comes one day earlier (normally, it is published on the last day of every month) – as tomorrow, our space is reserved for the launch of the new Rogue One LEGO sets (Star Wars fans: Remember to check back our page tomorrow and be the first to get hold of these new sets.)
This month, we focus more on custom LEGO builds submitted to the LEGO Ideas website (for those of you who are new to the World of LEGO, the LEGO Ideas website is a place for LEGO enthusiasts to submit their builds and, if they manage to receive 10,000 support votes, it will be considered by the LEGO Ideas review team to be turned into an official LEGO Ideas set).
Among all the LEGO builds by AFOLs we’ve looked at this month, the “Andy’s Room” build from Toy Story by LEGO builder iest_ntfc tops the list. Another custom Disney-themed build “Steamboat Willie” also caught the eye of our LEGO community this month.
Check these builds out (and more) below!
1. Would You Like To Add This “Andy’s Room” To Your LEGO Collection?
As fans of the Disney movie “Toy Story”, we really would like this “Andy’s Room” to be made into an official LEGO Ideas set. What about you? 🙂
2. Disney Fanatics Will Remember This Steamboat Willie…
What are your thoughts about this 156-piece Steamboat Willie set, along with the black-and-white version of Mickey by Szabomate90? 🙂
3. Why LEGO’s Near-Death Experience Was The Best Thing That Ever Happened
Image Source: News.com.au
Awesome news if you’re a LEGO fan: The toy company has recorded strong growth for 10 consecutive years, BUT… it’s not without failures. In fact, it was on the verge of crumbling…
This inspiring success story of LEGO is a “must read” for all LEGO enthuasists…
4. Amputee Waiting For New Leg Comes Up With Genius LEGO Alternative
Image Source: Telegraph.co.uk
LEGO are more than just toys – For Marc Cronin, he has made use of these bricks to build a prosthetic leg for himself… It’s just simply amazing!
Check it out for yourself below…
5. Iconic 1968 Fiat 500 F Recreated In LEGO
Car model lovers, what are your thoughts about this iconic 1968 Fiat 500 F by SaabFan, which was constructed using 1,157 LEGO pieces?
6. Would You Like To Have This LEGO Pop-Up Book In Your Bookshelf?
When closed, this LEGO pop-up book looks like a normal hardcover book. But when you open it, that’s where the magic happens… Check it out for yourself below! 🙂
7. Nine Of Our Favorite LEGO Car Kits
Image Source: TopGear.com
Are these 9 LEGO car models your favorite as well? 🙂
8. Does This Land Rover Series III Model Resemble The Real Thing?
What are your thoughts about this LEGO-made Land Rover Series III model? Do you agree with us that it looks like the real thing?
Find out more information about this vehicle model by the father-and-son team Dadandlad below…
9. Fan Builds Amazing Iron Man Glove From ‘Civil War’ Out Of LEGO
Image Source: CBR.com
Wow! You’ve gotta check out this LEGO-made Iron Man glove by Travis Polad!
10. A “Spice Girls” LEGO Set, Anyone?
To commemorate Spice Girls’ 20th anniversary (since their release of their first album “Wannabe”) this year, LEGO enthusiast created this “Spice Girls” LEGO set, with all 5 members of the UK pop group forming on-stage.
Check this set out below…
11. Build Your Own DIY GoPro Stabiliser Out Of LEGO
Image Source: DIYPhotography.com
If you’re into photography, especially using GoPro, here’s something you may be interested in building for yourself over the weekend…
12. LEGO Replica of the Capitol Studio Building By Eiffleman
Does this LEGO replica of the Capitol Studio Building accurately represent the real building in 1750 North Vine Street, Hollywood, Los Angeles?
That’s it for us for this month’s “LEGO Picks of the Month”. We certainly hope you’ve thoroughly enjoyed the contents we’ve presented for you this month. Stay tuned for next month’s issue which will be released on October 31st. Meanwhile, you can check out previous issues below:
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