FBI custom minifig agent by Shmails
If you’ve ever watched any American cop films you’re sure to have seen the Amarican FBI agent complete with wind breaker, covered in Bright Yellow FBI wording, well here we have a lovely Lego FBI custom minifig agent. Looks great only its not a wind breaker but a suit, otherwise it would have been a really cool custom minifig.
I’m really not sure what to make of these custom minifigs, but the use of princess Leia’s hair on these minifigs does raise an eyebrow, still looks, erm, interesting.
Lego Spartan Watchmen custom minifig by JasBrick
Lego don’t product military products…apparently, although the did make a tad bit of an exception with Indiana Jones, and the western minifigs, oh and starwars, but, what about video games? nope..but if Lego did make minifigs for video games, Halo would be the one to pick, and heres an example of why, just look at the paint job on this custom minifig, its suprub and uses all sorts of great custom minifig accessories from brickforge and brickarms, cool to say the least.
A little controversial with its Nazi symbol this is Edward Norton as Derek Vinyard the Neo Nazi from American History X portrayed as a lego custom minifig. whilst there are no ‘bells and whistles’ in the sense that theres no custom minifig accessories, gluing or cutting, the iconography is hand painted on.
As some one you might already have guessed Brickarms have just released their 2009 collection of custom minifig accessories, these are made from the smae high quality plastic as Lego, and the colours match pretty accurately too, more over these are really well designed and suitable for play. If you’re new to custom minifigs then you’ll find these accessories the perfect starting point in customizing lego minifigs