Adam heads over to the Tested studio to find enough space for a 2000-piece custom LEGO build of the Spinner car from Blade Runner! This model comes courtesy of BrickVault, who put together detailed instructions and parts lists for massive MOCs inspired by our favorite movies, games, and fandoms. Follow along as Adam puts this kit together and shows off the clever ways that fan designers have replicated this iconic vehicle.
Today's show and tell is a version of that prop that Adam never considered would ever be made: an unofficial LEGO minifig scale PKD blaster, complete with dual triggers and even translucent parts!
Adam celebrates his fandom for The Mandalorian with a build of the new LEGO set of The Razor Crest ship from the show! And keeping watch during the build is Adam's new Mandalorian helmet replica, built off scans of the original prop. Plus, in a first for Adam, he's going to take on this build without knolling the pieces! Shocking!
Adam completes an organizational journey that began at the beginning of this lockdown: sorting and storing his modest LEGO collection! Using this favorite ArtBin storage boxes, Adam finally has cleared off the cave's pool table of his foamcore LEGO boxes. What a rewarding exercise in shop organization!
We wrap up this week with a custom LEGO build from a viewer mailbag, a show and tell of a vinyl collectible, and a test of a smartphone boom arm mount for filming small builds at home. This custom BrickHeadz was designed by Jonathan Klamm, as a tribute to artist Jason Freeny's anatomical sculptures. A fun and simple build you can find the pieces to put together yourself! Have a happy and safe Memorial Day, everyone!