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
The LEGO® Ninjago movie was a windfall for fans of LEGO mecha. Nearly every set included a mech or mech-like vehicle. One of the largest of those is Kai’s 70615 Fire Mech. When an opportunity came to build one and review it, I had to say yes! Continue reading 70615 Fire Mech
I’ve been building LEGO® models regularly for about five years now and learned so much in the process. Most of that knowledge came from passive osmosis of ideas that comes from going to shows and crawling the internet, but the best ideas have come from communicating directly with other builders, and for that reason I am going to start holding workshops here at Brick Root HQ. Continue reading Workshops
I like a lot of things about the Nexo-Knights theme and it’s turned out some great sets. The last wave of sets were a bit of a turn off for me, with nearly every set using large, hard plastic wheels (some of my least favorite elements). Pictures of the more recent sets have brought me back. Continue reading 72004 Tech Wizard Showdown
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
At first glance, I honestly didn’t think this was LEGO®! Hats off to Anthony SÉJOURNÉ for the amazing soap bubbles.