Old Diving Suit by GSCLD
Eva Unit 02 by Thomas_jenkins_bricks
I’ve been wanting to use the lantern in a robot since the contest was announced. I thought the shape of the piece would work well as a hip or shoulder joint. Looking at robots and mecha for inspiration lead me to the character designs from the Evangelion anime. The yellow colour suited this design quite nicely!
Moto of the Green lantern by Jiaan
"Honey, I shrunk the baby!" by Salvatore Sciuto
Pipes by Adriano
In yellow it stands out maybe a little too much, but if you're in a hurry to close a gas leak in a refinery, the more the handle stands out the better, no?
Water Tower by Adriano
Lanterion by _ttharon_
This model uses 46 of the seed parts. 2 in Light Bluish Gray, 24 in Dark Bluish Gray, 10 in Yellow, and 10 in Bright Green. The seat with the control sticks in the cockpit adjusts to gravity, if the ship rotates the inside of the cockpit rotates as well.
Grocery Store Entertainment by Umbra Manis
Fin Fang Foom! by Peter Aoun @graznador
Protocol Droid by thomas_jenkins_bricks
Revolving chair by Gábor László-Kun (@legotelep)
Camping by a stream by Dr. Dirt
Fontaine 375 by Ben (modestolus)
My yellow Classic Castle 375 needed a fountain. The (yellow) lanterns are very useful in it to spread the water and give some more structure in the build. For the rest I wanted to build a fountain in the old style of the 1978 castle - with a little modern touch.
Security Tank Prank in the Library by Josh Allinger (MKJoshA)
A total of 7 lanterns were used for this build. You can see a larger version of the picture here.
Always Triple Check! by Finn Roberts
Always triple check when you're using flamable materials. Especially if your supervisor is watching you!
The seed part (lantern) is used once here as the nozzle for the refueling line.
The Minotaur Hunter by Josh Allinger (MKJoshA)
There are 3 lanterns used in this build. Two green ones for the eyes and one yellow for the nose ring. You can see a bigger photo here.
Bird of future by Bricktalife
Like a fish out of water by Huib Versteeg
Green Mech by Marco van den Boogaard
Little Tyrolean Clock Tower by Ghezzo23
Green Submarine by Marco van den Boogaard
Home by th_squirrel
Modern Fountain by Adri
Fish Tank by Bradley Jones
The Teal Baron by Mansur "Waffles" Soeleman
Yellow lantern parts are used in the engine, the wing supports, and wheels. (20 lanterns.) A green lantern is used for the cockpit controls. (1 lantern.)
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