Set reviews from a builder's perspective.
This challenge is based on showing how much creativity can be expressed, even when you only have a single set to work with!
Eight InnovaLUG members each used a single copy of set 70676 Lloyd's Titan Mech to create an original model.
We didn't share any pictures with each other until all the builds were completed, and the variety of scenes built shows just how limitless the LEGO system is, even when working with a very limited parts selection.
Keep reading to see all the builds, and cast your vote on which is best!
Our last look at the sets from LEGO Ninjago: Hunted takes us into dragon territory with #70653 Firstbourne and #70652 Stormbringer. Geneva took Firstbourne for an epic showdown with a ruthless band of dragon hunters on the sands of no man's land, while Isaiah added his own touch to the electric Stormbringer!
Our third build based off of the Elves theme, this time we took inspiration primarily from #41194 Noctura's Tower and the Earth Fox Rescue.
Once again this model was made possible due to receiving a good number of Elves sets from the LCE Team.
The color scheme of the tower gave a different challenge than our Goblin Village and Elves Forest Fortress models due to our limited parts in Dark Blue and Dark Turquoise (Teal).
Keep reading to find out more about our design process.
One of my favorite sets from the Ninjago: Hunted lineup is #70650 Destiny's Wing, because of its unique shape and eye-catching color scheme. Plus, it's driven by the coolest ninja! So while Josiah and Isaiah built dragon pits and badguy tanks, I took the Destiny's Wing for a ride.
I decided to leave the set as it was and see what I could build around it. Read on for more of the building process and a look behind the scenes!