About me: Ricardo-Silva
My name is Ricardo (Ricky17) Silva.
I'm from Portugal.
My favourite themes are Mindstorms, Technic and City.

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2012-07-11
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Brickworld Chicago DVD Kickstarter project The hosts of Beyond the Brick is starting a Kickstarter project to produce a DVD of Brickworld Chicago 2015 featuring coverage of the convention and interviews with builders. For $20, you can get a copy of the DVD, but those who contribute more can look forward to custom minifigs and creations, and even commissions. Link
Digging in the dirt Until now, all of the pictures Davy Linden (Davekuhh) posted of his awesome Volvo excavator were of it sitting either on his building table or on display at LowLUG events in the Netherlands, with lots of clutter and legs in the background. I’ve been following his progress and have been waiting for decent pictures to Continue reading → Link
Piazza Maria makes me long for Italy and ice cream I don’t know whether it’s the scene, the yellow background or the combination of the two, but Piazza Maria by Andrew Tate has a distinctly Southern-European flair. In fact, I’ll be a bit more specific. The model wasn’t specifically intended to be Italian, despite the name, but the colours on the buildings are spot-on and Continue reading → Link
In this robbery, your money is safe Admittedly most of my knowledge about the Toy Story movies is from the LEGO sets, but you don’t have to be a fan to recognise the Train Chase, by Jared Chan, as a neat little model. The train is simply adorable and it hides a neat feature: it also serves as a piggy bank. I Continue reading → Link
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