I don’t want to spoil BrickCon 2017 for anyone, but thought a couple of photos just ahead of the first public part of the exhibition might be fun.
I’ve picked 5 creations (MOCs) to show below out of the hundreds upon hundreds of options.
The Classic Space base goes way beyond what you see is and is all connected through corridors, and the monorail is pretty sweet too.
The Star Wars droids can be seen moving around the convention from time to time.
Radiator Springs features no less than 10 different scenes from the Disney Cars movies created in perfect detail.
The circus tent’s sloping and draping roof is perfection and needs to be seen to truly understand the angles.
And finally, the Memory Lane car show features several modular style buildings and dozens of custom cars, many made just for BrickCon.
BrickCon 2017 runs this weekend, October 7 and 8 at the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall from 10 to 4 on Saturday, and 10 to 3 on Sunday. I’ve been told Saturday morning is sold out entirely!