Amazing MOCs – Dimensional Dioramas

A few days ago a picture popped up on Facebook memories reminding us of the Break the Rules Dioramas built to celebrate the launch of LEGO Dimensions in September 2015. Don’t worry we aren’t going to start randomly posting a picture everyday, but as it’s Thursday we thought we’d get in on this Throwback Thursday malarkey and share these throwback builds.

I decided to get creative to mark the launch of LEGO Dimensions by embracing the games tagline ‘Break The Rules’ across four dioramas where various LEGO minifigures quite literally Break The Rules by ignoring the warning signs. I’m not a big MOC builder, I just don’t have the time or the bricks to get too creative but I enjoyed coming up with the concept for these little builds and then putting them together with the limited bricks I had, They were originally posted around the launch of LEGO Dimensions back in 2015.

‘Do Not Feed the Animals’

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’10 Items or Less’

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‘No Running’

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‘No Parking’

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These custom created tiles were created especially by the custom creation wizards at Minifigs.me and since being used in these dioramas, they became available to purchase as part of their Custom Printed Tiles range.

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Author: Adam White

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