Way back in the beginning of the year, I had trophies to build. As the steampunk theme coordinator, I take some pride in building trophies that would look good up on the mantel. That lead me to building my first folding cube. Continue reading Folding Cube
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.