LEGO Chibi Tiny Turbo(s) Semi Truck! More Information…
When you need a cash you go to ATM, but when minifig need a cash they need to go to LEGO ATM, so I created a minifig scale of ATM Gallery. They can use many ATMs from different banks.
Those ATMs are a modified version of Chris McVeigh’s Arcade Machine as I don’t want to be the exact same. You can see what I modified on the inside of it at the bottom right of the picture. If you want to create Chris McVeigh’s Arcade Machine, you can go here!
The color and the design of the ATMs and the gallery are from the real thing, but from Indonesia.
Yes, a classroom is the place for learning! Even though learning could be anywhere. I learned for creating a good model anywhere, also for this model. This model was mainly inspired by LegoJalex’s Classroom. Since that is a big built, I tried to make it small and more simple.
I used a unique technique to make the four-legged chair. I forgot where I got that chair design. If you know, please put a link in the comment, I just want to credit the builder.
Since nothing is perfect, so you might see there are some errors like the Time on the Clock and Not Proportional design.
LEGO Tiny Turbo(s) – Concept Buggy! More Information…
LEGO Tiny Turbo(s) – Race Hatchback! More Information…
Need a Drink, get it on this LEGO Water Dispenser!
This model was inspired by this LEGO Water Dispenser, but I’m MOD it to make it looks like this (also more looks like in real life). The idea: When I seeing around what to make, I see a Water Dispenser, and I think “Why not build it with LEGO”. So, here is what I’ve made:
Rendered using Bluerender, and to save more time I add two view in one Render.. 😅
It’s hard to travel when Apocalypse just started. You need a very durable vehicle, this Post-Apocalyptic Car may can help you out. It packed with a rotating laser shooter and a very strong bumper. To make this car you just need to recycling parts from 31014: Power Digger set.
I have created an instruction of it, you can download it here!
Piaggio Ape is not looks like an Ape right? Ape actually means Bee, though it hardly looks as one; it was first built as a spin-off from the Vespa (wasp). However, I’ve made a LEGO version of it. It doesn’t have so many functions, just opening door, fit one minifigure in the Cabin, and you could put something on the back bed.