Luca Fusar Bassini continued to add to his replica of Crema Cathedral by adding the adjacent main square and surrounding buildings. The 1:75 scale buildings look exactly like their real counterparts, as they are very detailed.
h2brick used inspiration from films including 13 Hours and American Sniper to design an urban Star Wars based model. The scene (from Clone Wars) has some interesting buildings and landscape that create a dense, gritty feel.
As part of a stop motion Batman film TheBrickDen built a micro backdrop of Gotham City. The use of trans-black tiles is brilliant, giving the city a dark, industrial ambiance.
Letranger Absurde built two (so far) vignettes from Quest For Glory, a former video game series from the 1990’s. The two scenes are titled “Dry Goods” and “Sheriff”, and most noticeably have very detailed buildings.
Klaus ツ designed a series of metropolis modules that depict different aspects of a city. The futuristic modules, characterized by a majority white palette, include a residential, defense, agriculture, space, and administration designs.
Isaac Snyder‘s latest is an artfully put together fantasy town. The nine structures fit together flawlessly, and each feature their own unique design elements. Particularly eye catching are the open studs trimming the light bluish grey building and the open anti-studs giving texture to the exterior of the medium blue building.
Recent travels inspired Arthur Gugick to build a Hong Kong inspired city. As in the real metropolis, the LEGO version features soaring skyscrapers along a waterfront.
Simon NH‘s last entry into the Summer Joust contest is a micro Maya City. The ancient city extensively uses tan elements to form temples and other buildings, using unique techniques.