Rue Mouffetard, Paris custom minifig with wine bottles by Balakov
Based n the 1954 photo by Luc Bresson of Henri Cartier on the Rue Mouffetard in Paris, here we have the famous Boy of the photo embodied in Lego carrying two bottles of wine, wonderfully created with Lego parts, these Lego wine bottles are the most interesting part of the image and they actually work really well, all thats missing are some labels.
LOL, a Viking age DJ complete with turntables speakers and graffiti-ed podium, really cool, love the massive speakers and the interesting use of standard lego pieces to make something custom and unique, the minifig however isn’t that unusual, but it does fit in with the scene.
Made from various lego minifig parts that aren’t really minifigs but stuff like the robots from the star wars series or the skeleton, here’s a cool Lego Wretch custom minifig, the kind you see in the mines, that explode and screetch with yellow mouths. Really cool and original build.
Lego brickarms custom Russian minifig by hobo1138
Like the use of the visor on the minifigs helmet and check out the modified weapon, really cool! I think the minifigs torso is custom, but i’m not totally sure, pretty cool it would be nice to see more of these custom minifigs in a vignette
Star Wars Separatist Landing Craft by roholbro
Now this is the way to store minifigs, and whilst there are no custom minifigs here, you have to admit this is one hell of a MOC, its immense, just look at the sofa in the background! and this MOC can store well over 100 minifigs, as well as 4 transports, including the MTT Lego set and all the minifigs that come with that! This is literally an army of minifigs in a MOC the size of a house pet! Impressive.