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Milwaukee Dad of two Lego crazy kids. We started off with my Lego collection from when I was a kid and have built and built from there. Favorites include space vehicles, castles and stop motion movies.
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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
Dawn of the new wool order Schifio, master of the studs-out construction, brings us this incredibly cute lamb to celebrate the Chinese New Year, which marks the beginning of the year of the Sheep and/or Goat. Link
Updating the classics In recent years, LEGO set design has been going from strength to strength. However, as far as I am concerned, some of the sets I had as a child are really hard to beat. Build techniques have obviously moved on and new parts have been introduced, but particularly city sets from the late seventies and Continue reading → Link
LEGO Elves 41071 Aira’s Creative Workshop [Review] The LEGO Elves sets are out in the wild! I spotted some this evening at Toys R Us, and picked up a few. Happy birthday to me. The first set up for review is 41701 Aira’s Creative Workshop. This set is $9.99 and has 98 pieces. It will be available on the LEGO Shop online Continue reading → Link