This was a hard summer for me. I had (and am continuing to have) personal struggles that have dragged on my LEGO® motivation. The one thing that I kept a hold of was my tiny little trees. I posted a hundred trees on Instagram over the course of 100 days. Continue reading 100 Days of Trees
One of my favorite things to build in microscale is landscaping. I love all the trees and greenery. I’ve been trying to expand my repertoire and develop some reference content for other builders, so how about I build a 100 different trees! Continue reading First 20 Trees
There really aren’t enough realistic space models out there. Jussi Koskinen really captures the mechanical complexity of the ISS with this build.
There is something so architectural and futuristic about these shapes rendered in white on a simple landscape. A lovely piece of nanoscale from Sarah Beyer.
Check out this fantastic block of European style apartment buildings by Tammo S. I love seeing this kind of urban fabric build in Micropolis, where layouts often don’t have the organic feel of a living city.
This is an older build and sadly Olivier Lego doesn’t seem to be active anymore, but I can’t help but share this microscale build. The limited palette is perfect for the complex texture, instantly readable as classical architecture.
A big thanks to builders who like to share. I always learn so much when I build someone else’s model. This microscale tank by GolPlaysWithLego is full of great part usage and has a nice, minimal palette.
I’ve been building little trees again.