Monthly Archives: November 2015

70751 Temple of Airjitzu (part 2)


Yesterday I walked through the first third of this massive build. Those first four bags built the two smaller structures that accompany the temple. Each of these models has been a lot of fun to build, with a variety of inventive techniques and great details. Continue reading 70751 Temple of Airjitzu (part 2)

70751 Temple of Airjitzu (part 1)


Most of the larger LEGO sets are a bit lost on me. I’ve never bought a modular or a UCS set. The last set that I even left assembled for more than a month was my Sea Cow, which was eventually knocked off its shelf by one of my jerk cats. Now I finally have a set to replace it. Continue reading 70751 Temple of Airjitzu (part 1)

Residential Micropolis (part 3)


Over the past couple of posts we’ve built single family dwellings. Since Micropolis builders tend to focus on urban cores rather than the suburban sprawl, I’d be remiss not to explore apartment buildings and their ilk. This week I’ll build a four-story walk-up. Continue reading Residential Micropolis (part 3)