Several of the most popular LEGO customizers came out with new products for the summer, so I thought it was a good time to do a round-up. LEGO customizers are usually busy during the summer months as they travel to LEGO shows and conventions, but you can still make purchases through their websites. So, let’s take a look at what’s new in the world of LEGO customization.
➡ NEW PRODUCTS BY BRICKFORGE: BrickForge didn’t just release new products, but they also have a brand new, mobile-friendly website. BrickForge has been around for a long time, and they have an extensive selection of minifigure accessories from fantasy, ancient to modern history, and beyond. They aren’t just carrying military items like armor and weapons, but also civilian items like tools, scooters, farm animals and more. BrickForge always carried a wide selection of colors for each item, and recently they really got into detailed printing and over-moulding of their products to make them look even cooler. Below are a few pictures of their newest items, and you can check out their full inventory at BrickForge.com.
➡ NEW PRODUCTS BY BRICKWARRIORS: BrickWarriors also moulds their own LEGO minifig-compatible elements, and cover a similarly large range of products as BrickForge. While BrickForge follows the style of the older, simpler, more streamlined LEGO accessories, BrickWarriors accessories have a chunkier style that matches LEGO’s own stylistic change for accessories. Of course, they are all compatible with LEGO and with each other and can be mixed and matched. BrickWarriors doesn’t print or over-mould their accessories and they carry less color variations, but their products are beautifully designed and accurate to the source material (be that history or fantasy). Below are a few picture of their recently released items, and you can check out their full inventory at BrickWarriors.com.
➡ NEW PRODUCTS BY BRICKARMS: BrickArms is another LEGO customizer that has been around for a long time. Their focus is on modern military accessories, and their style is similar to BrickForge; simple, elegant, streamlined, and realistic. They have been working on releasing printed and over-moulded versions of their extensive selection. Please note that BrickArms no longer sells products directly (except at live events) but through distributors, including other customizers and online toy shops. You can visit their website to see their selection, and the check the “Where to Buy” tab for a list of resellers. Their website is BrickArms.com.
➡ NEW PRODUCTS BY CITIZENBRICK: CitizenBrick is mostly a custom printer on genuine LEGO elements, but they also have a few custom moulded items as well, and they are one of the resellers for BrickArms products. They recently added 6-pack printed beer cans, lighters, tree branches, and bamboo sticks. They also have many-many new printed elements. I have included pictures of some of their newest items below, and you can visit their website for a full selection at CitizenBrick.com.
➡ NEW PRODUCTS BY ECLIPSEGRAFX: EclipseGRAFX is another customizer who focuses on printing on genuine LEGO elements. In addition, they are also one of the resellers of BrickArms products, so you will find both their own products and BrickArms products at their online shop. EclipseGRAFX’s printing is truly gorgeous. They print on minifigures, minifig accessories, LEGO bricks, LEGO tiles, and more. The family that owns the business travel a lot to LEGO shows and conventions, and they often have items that are only available at these events, although most of them will eventually also make it to their online Shop. Below are a few pictures of their latest releases, and you can visit their website at EclipseGRAFX.com.
Please note that there have been an increasing number of LEGO customizers and the list above doesn’t cover all of them. Rather, this is a list of my favorite customizers I have been personally purchasing from for many years. I know their products are excellent quality and their service is dependable and reliable. If you also have experience with their products, you are welcome to share your reviews on them below, and if there are other LEGO customizers you really like, feel free to share about them as well.
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Thanks for sharing these. I love the Brickforge shock troopers!
Ha-ha! I love the beer cans! The printed brick walls are also awesome. I may have to get some of those.
We could use some of those amazon packages around our city. And I like the beer bottles. Are the graffiti bricks glued together?
I would like to know this too.
They are not glued. 🙂
How are the brickforge armor made? Are they too pieces? A skirt and something that looks like an apron?
Both of those are custom items by Bricforge. There is a skirt that goes over the leg studs, similar to how LEGO makes them, and then there is a bib looking thing that goes over the front of the torso. I have some of them and the design is very good. The pieces are just the right thickness and the printing is beautiful.
Custom Bricks painted mortar on red profile bricks?!? I’m drooling… 😆
The double colored Brick Forge weapons are also really nice. Minifigure parts in general are something I buy sparingly because of their cost relative to bricks, but there are always exceptions needing to be made…
Which I meant to say Citizen Brick, but anyway it was EclipseGrafx apparently. 😛
Sounds like you were just too excited while typing! 😀
😉 I think so…
Speaking of which, I actually can’t find the profile bricks with mortar on their website… do you have any idea what it would be categorized under? Or have they not been released yet?
Not going to argue that. I also spurge on these items from time to time. Minifigs got to have the best! 😀
I see lots of useful items here, especially from Brickwarriors and Eclipsebricks. I will take a look at their selection on the weekend and probably order some.
Aahh, Beach Party Vietnam!
I wonder if Charlie would surf…