After all, isn’t that what we did when we started playing with LEGO toys as a lof? Building out a scene with characters and a plot — perhaps you played out a scene from the Saturday morning cartoons you were watching (I always had my LEGO supply spread out across the living room floor every Saturday morning). Now with all the licensed sets from popular movies, it’s a little easier to make the connection between what you are building and that movie. But what about making up a new story? Bart De Dobbelaer has been doing just that. He recently started his 3rd series of MOC stories.

Diva
Diva, originally uploaded by Bart De Dobbelaer.

In his Flickr Photostream he typically gives some dialog and narrative, though the MOCs are done well enough that the stories pretty much tell themselves.

Also Check out Prometheus and The Life Aquatic with Clumsy Pete.

Awakening
Awakening, originally uploaded by Bart De Dobbelaer, from his story Prometheus .
Seaweed
Seaweed, originally uploaded by Bart De Dobbelaer, from his story The Life Aquatic with Clumsy Pete.

via The Brothers Brick