BrickArms . Even a self-described "purist" can have a little fun with BrickArms now and then. . Like many kids, I shamelessly cut and painted my minifigs back when I was growing up. As an adult fan of LEGO, though, I considered myself a "purist" until I encountered the high-quality custom accessories made by fellow fans like Will Chapman of BrickArms. I still generally avoid hardcore customizations like painting, cutting, and decals, but I'm very much hooked on custom accessories.
Create Full of BrickArms Ordnance
Prototype ordnance from BrickArms, guarded by Allied soldiers with M1A1 SMG (production), M1 Garand (production), and Combat Knife (prototype).
Allied World War II Soldiers
US, UK, and ANZAC soldiers with protype BrickArms weapons, including Bazooka M9 with M6 rocket, M1 Garand and Combat Knife, M1A1 SMG, Lewis Gun, and M1911 .45 Pistol.
Axis World War II Soldiers
German soldiers with prototype BrickArms MG42s, Ammo Chains, and Panzerfaust 30s.
Allied World War I Soldiers
British and ANZAC soldiers with prototype BrickArms weapons, including bayonet and U-clip, Lee-Enfield SMLE, M1917 Revolver, ammo, and Lewis gun with drum. Infantry are also wearing prototype Brodie helmets.
Urban Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team.
SOCOM operators with Mk48 Mod 0 SAW (with bipod), MP7 SMG, and flashbang grenade from BrickArms.
Defending Terra Nova
Defenders of the New Earth with silver BrickArms sci-fi weapons (and a lot of post-processing).
Will Chapman from BrickArms frequently makes prototypes in unusual colors.
For full descriptions of each of the rest of the photos below, please see my BrickArms set on Flickr.