It has been a while since I reported on what’s going on with the LEGO Ideas platform, particularly on the various product ideas that garnered the much desired 10K fan approval from the LEGO fan community. And now that were just counting the weeks before the Second 2019 Review Stage commences, I’ve decided to revisit these product ideas that have now entered the coveted ranks of the 10K Club. If you recall, we already shared some details on the first product ideas that earned the support of LEGO fans earlier this year such as the Thunderbirds Are Go, UCS Space Shuttle Atlantis, The Office, and Gravity Falls Mystery Shack. These submissions are among the first product ideas that made it to this year’s Second Review Stage. And after a couple of months, let’s now take a look at the rest of these original brick creations that garnered the necessary fan votes to qualify for the next LEGO Ideas review stage. Do take note that these are not yet the final listing since we still have roughly four weeks before the Second 2019 Review Stage begins. Let’s check these out, and tell us your personal pick in the comments below.
When hinges creak in doorless chambers, and strange and frightening sounds echo through the halls…
Welcome, Foolish Mortals.
As the 50th Anniversary of both Walt Disney World and its version of The Haunted Mansion approaches, I wanted to offer up this project up as a tribute to a truly iconic attraction.
Fans young and old will be able to appreciate a hauntingly displayable front and a playable back with plenty of spooky rooms from the attraction to explore.
Welcome to 100 Acre Wood, the home of Winnie the Pooh and his friends. Explore Pooh’s home with Winnie the Pooh himself, Tigger, Rabbit, Owl (he’s sitting in the tree), Piglet and Eeyore.
This fun creation has been designed to look great as a display piece but also has great playability. With a removable house roof access to Pooh’s house and also the hidden nesting area in the tree is made easy.
With this model, I aimed to capture the beauty, tranquility, and style of the traditional Japanese Tea Garden.
This model contains many of the iconic features of Japanese Tea Gardens, including several statues, a torii, bonsai trees, a pond, a tall arched bridge, a pagoda, and a bench to sit on, relax, and take it all in.
At the backside of the model, the ground is cut away to reveal tree roots, a koi fish in the stream, and a hidden underground cavern.
This small kinetic sculpture is designed to celebrate the wonder of flight. The two planes tilt as they move from side to side, giving the illusion of flying gracefully through the air. The mechanism is controlled using a crank on the side of the model.
Always liked the thought of space? or maybe the beautifully designed spacecraft? or perhaps the missions? if the answer is yes to any of these then this project may be for you!
This project features 4 of Nasa’s spacecraft, these include the Discovery Shuttle, Hubble Telescope, Pioneer 10 Probe, and Viking 1.
I am very happy to present to you, my Medieval Blacksmith. (This model inspired me by Cabanaminis – you can also find Merchant’s house there).
After two months of work, my model was finished. I put a special focus on many small details and the design. Also, I’ve varied a lot with the colors to give the Blacksmith the best possible expression. A harmonious color scheme was important as well, but one of the biggest challenges was the roof because there are many different angles and special techniques.
Of course, there is also an interior in this model. You can explore two different storeys, which you can see by a lift-off technique. On the first storey the forge can be seen and on the second is the living area.
From the outside, the Medieval Blacksmith is surrounded by many plants, animals and a large tree. Moreover, this set includes 3 minifigures and a lot of small details. In addition, the big carmine is characteristic of this set.
Welcome to the History Museum!
Here you can learn a lot from the past, and meet characters and works that are important to this day.
You will find the tomb of Anubis, the Discobolus of Myron, the Sunflowers of Van Gogh, The Fabergé Egg and many other works and artifacts without forgetting the pendant chandelier. It is a modular building with 3 floors fully compatible with the official Lego buildings. This product idea includes a Museum Director, Receptionist, Security guard, History Teacher, Student Photographer, and a Female Tourist.