About me: legobrickBB
Hello! I am a young TFOL! I mostly build in castle stuff, but I like to explore in other thing too. Check out my Mocpage!

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You can never have too many Canadarms Jason Corlett has just shared this beefy Overseer mech, featuring arms large and small for any industrial work you might need. While I’m partial to the headless variant shown above, Jason has whipped up a number of different designs to show what the mech looks like with a variety of heads. Link
Drafting Table – a Study in Creativity Sinan Bitişik has lovingly crafted this beautiful drafting table. I’m not sure why but I have a thing for drafting tables. There is something about the utility and minimalistic nature of them, while at the same time, knowing the potential and creativity that may be let loose on their smooth working surface. Regardless, this model Continue reading → Link
Drafting Table – a Study in Creativity Sinan Bitişik has loving crafted this beautiful drafting table. I’m not sure why but I have a thing for drafting tables. There is something about the utility and minimalistic nature of them, while at the same time, knowing the potential and creativity that may be let loose on their smooth working surface. Regardless, this model Continue reading → Link
Don’t Cry Over Spilt Milk Kosmas Santosa just built this most incredible milk carton. I have to say that it is probably the best milk carton LEGO model I’ve ever seen. It’s just so smooth. The brick-built label is spot on, not to mention that the folds and angles of the top are perfect. Nicely done. Kosmas has been building Continue reading → Link
Merry Chrashmas from Santa’s B-Team! Joel Baker is the agent for this team of misfits and directly responsible for their behavior. I don’t know about you but I don’t want these guys pawing around my roof on Christmas Eve, blacklight nose or not! I love how Joel got so much expression into each of these deer. They may only be Continue reading → Link