I’ve been running mech workshops. Which means I’ve been building mechs of my own. Since Bricks Cascade is just around the corner, I figured to build a racer mech for the annual collab. How about a motorcycle riding mech? Continue reading Rita’s Stormer
This is one of those models that started with a picture. That picture doesn’t have anything to do with the finished model, but it planted a seed in my mind. Once the idea was there, I just had to grab some bricks and start building. Continue reading J. T. Buffalo Museum
I’m a big fan of LEGO® mecha. I love seeing all the amazing models getting posted on the internet. The only sad thing, for me, is that I don’t build more of them. Maybe I start to ambitious. Mostly, I’m slow. I started my latest mecha back in May! Continue reading Ryder RMS-47
Back in the final days of June, an email was posted to the PortLUG mailing list about a spaceship commission. I’ve been interested in doing some paid commission work for a while, so I fired off a reply. Continue reading The Clarke
A while back, New Elementary put out a call for participants in one of their Festivals of Parts. They are one of my favorite LEGO blogs and a solid influence on the way that I write about my hobby, so I jumped at the opportunity. I wasn’t alone in wanting to test my skills, so it was lovely to be chosen to receive a bag of Nexogons. Continue reading Coronae Softworks
I’ve been busy building for the last couple weeks. Bricks Cascade is right around the corner, and I had a number of models partially built that I have been finishing up. Amidst that, I was really wanting to build some new mecha to display. I recently purchased Lu Sim‘s Mech Wars, a primer for building LEGO mechs so I decided to give his reFrames a try. Continue reading Alpha Team
Basically finished, just some tweaks and final photography left.
I really like this angle.
Making great progress. All the weapons are built and I’m working on getting the hull finished.