Only a few bags of elements remain. The two layers of Ninjago City that I’ve already built (The Old World & The Street) are already a massive structure with a plethora of colors and details. It was time to dig in and build out the final heights! Continue reading 70620 Ninjago City (part 3: The High-Rise)
The lowest level of 70620 Ninjago City behind me, it’s time to get started on The Street. This set is already shaping up to be one of my all time favorites, with a great mix of elements, techniques, and minifigs. I’ve barely even gotten into the good stuff yet! Continue reading 70620 Ninjago City (part 2: The Street)
My set buying is mostly focused on interesting elements and I’d often prefer to buy a bunch of small sets. This wave of Ninjago Movie sets has me building sets just for display and the cream of the crop is the massive 70620 Ninjago City. I cleared out my VIP point balance and ordered one as soon as I could. Continue reading 70620 Ninjago City (part 1: The Old World)
I’m always on the lookout for good draft sets and the LEGO® Ninjago movies sets have a lot to choose from. This set caught my eye with the great selection of colors and elements. Also, the bare-chested jungle Garmadon is too good to pass up! Continue reading 70608 Master Falls
The Ninjago theme has a great track record for mechs and dragons. Combine those things with some great colors and you have a very enticing set. How could I pass up all that sand green and a great selection of minifigs? Continue reading 70612 Green Ninja Mech Dragon
A dewback transformer? How did LEGO 7 even think that up?
I’m quite taken by this sculpture by alanboar.
The contrast between greenery and architecture on this model byJohn Cheng is just right.
The LEGO Ninjago movie is just around the corner and wave of awesome sets has been released. Since it was my birthday last week, I decided to treat myself to one of the largest, 70618 Destiny’s Bounty. Continue reading 70618 Destiny’s Bounty
Kelvin Low upgraded the already cool 70615 Fire Mech to give it better articulation!
Check out this super clean old west bank by Paul Trach.
This submersible by Guy Smiley 🙂 harks back to the Aquazone themes that I loved so much.
Kelvin Low never fails to impress and this warrior had me and my son in awe.
I like these little walker walker/scooter mechs a lot. GolPlaysWithLego managed to strike the perfect balance of mech and whimsy.
Fun techniques and sweet details in this microscale build by Gilcelio chagas.
Lino builds the best cars.
There is something so nostalgic about classic castle minifigs. This battle suit by Mitsuru Nikaido adds the perfect modern complement.
A lot of fine details in this building by kaz.fuji.