Sunday, June 7, 2015

Dinosaurs like to be MOCed

With the release of Jurassic World imminent I've got dinosaurs on my mind, and so it seems do many other Lego fans, are there are come great new dinosaur MOCs in the wild. Continue below for a look at some of my recent favourites.

Starting with Tim Goddard's ankylosaurus and predator pairing, which he apparently built for a feature in the second issue of Bricks magazine.

There's a slightly friendly encounter for Timofey Tkachev's triceratops family, which you can also support on Lego Ideas.

Vir-a-cocha's Sunset sees two dinosaurs meeting at a watering hole, there's a whole story about the encounter on the original Flickr post.

I love a good Lego skeleton, it's such a non-obvious subject to build from Lego, and Grantmasters has done a superb job making skeletal version of existing Lego dinosaurs. These are just two the many he has built, check out his Lego skeletons album!

Those pre-formed Lego dinosaurs have lots of MOC potential themselves, as another Grantmasters model demonstrates. Cadillac and Dinosaur is based on a comic series of the same name.

And finally, just a few of my favourites from Ryan Rydalch's amusing Raptor Training series:

1 comment:

  1. I love seeing all the creative dinosaur MOCs that people come up with! It's amazing to see how people can take Lego bricks and turn them into dinosaurs that look so realistic. I'm also a big fan of Jurassic World, so I'm really excited for the new movie.

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