About me: Jacob_Sparre_Andersen
I mostly build contemporary models; houses, trains, cars, animals, etc. Sometimes I work from a specific real-world construction, but most of the time I make more generic models.

A selection of my creations from the last 17 years or so can be found at http://lego.sparre-andersen.dk/

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Functioning Lego Claas Jaguar forage harvester Polish Lego builder Michał Skorupka (Eric Trax) made a functional Claas Jaguar forage harvester featuring rotating cutting discs, lights, RC function with steering and more. Check out the YouTube video to see this amazingly realistic model in action. Link
You can’t go home again – Homeworld in Lego One of the biggest inspirations in the Lego space community has been Homeworld, the pair of fleet-building space RTS games from 1999 and 2003. With the gorgeous remastered editions released this past Wednesday, I don’t think there will be a better moment for a quick retrospective on how this incredible franchise has influenced builders over Continue reading → Link
TBB cover photo: March 2015 This month’s winner of our informal TBB cover photo contest is Tim Schwalf, with this delightful scene entitled “When Life Throws You A Curveball“. There’s lots of great details and techniques throughout this build, but the cleverest bit has to be the use of a brick separator as a baseball cap. Remember, you can keep Continue reading → Link
Keep inspiring It’s probably fair to say that the “higgledy-piggledy” castle style – featuring crumbly textured walls, sagging Tudor woodwork and an obligatory splash of color – has become a popular trope amongst castle builders over the past couple of years. So it’s always nice when one of the progenitors of this style produces something that lifts Continue reading → Link
The Aurora Australis icebreaker chugs to Antarctica We know and love Australian builder Shannon Sproule here on TBB for his many realistic and retro-futuristic space creations, but he also demonstrates once again (following his amazing Sulaco) that he’s quite an accomplished microscale builder. The Aurora Australis is an icebreaker frequently used by the Australian Antarctic Division for research. Shannon uses quite a Continue reading → Link