Omar Gonzalez maintains a consistent style and quality with this latest mecha.
Normally, I don’t have much interest in starfighters, but these BlackTron models by Carter just hit the spot.
I am always impressed by Micah Berkoff‘s characters and his expressive use of constration and system.
ska2d2 just keeps rocking these microscale ships, capturing a balance of scale and detail.
Something about Moko‘s excellent Kamen Riders just hits me in the feels.
Here’s a great chunky mecha by Marco Marozzi.
Though I’m not convinced about the color-blocking, the details on this mecha by LEGOLIZE IT MAN are really cool.
- 60119 Ferry – a great little brick-built ferry for 2016!
I am currently sitting at the Hillsboro Washington County Museum, listening to my darling husband and his PortLUG (Portland LEGO User Group) buddies talk about where they should set up Micropolis, mecha, and more. I actually know what those terms mean. I also have a paper cut on my left hand from a LEGO instruction manual. I got that the other day when I was helping my son with a set. You could say that I am involved in the world that is LEGO. Continue reading Life on the Edge of LEGO
Andreas knocked it out of the park with this handsome walking tank.
I’m loving this render by Thomas of Tortuga. I might need to try my hand at building one.
I really like Bob’s Burgers, so this series of modulars by Chris Goddard is a must.
I’ve really enjoyed this year’s slate of seasonal sets. There have been some that felt a bit lack luster (I’m looking at you Halloween!), but this one just looks like it was phoned in. Maybe LEGO really wanted to have an even six seasonal sets, but this one isn’t even tied to a holiday! Continue reading 40124 Winter Fun