I haven’t been on one of GJBricks’ livestreams for ages, so it was great to catch up with Greg again today. We had a lovely natter for a couple of hours while he built some stuff and I sorted some bricks. You can watch it here if you missed it.
This is a new office building for downtown Micropolis, called Juno Court.
The building was inspired by the arrival of a large number of 1×2 trans black bricks from a Bricklink order, along with plenty of 1×1 bricks with a stud on the side in sand green and some large tan plates from my own collection.
This afternoon I decided to do an impromptu livestream while I continued to build the epic set Welcome To Apocalypseburg (70840), the biggest of The LEGO Movie 2 sets from last year. You can view the replay here:
Last weekend Brick Alley LUG co-hosted the virtual LEGO show Bricks At Home with London AFOLs. There was a good cross-section of sessions across two days, and during the first slot on Sunday morning, I showed off my Ninjago District. All of the sessions were recorded, and you can see the full running order on the Bricks At Home archive page.
Matt hosted another livestream today, on which I was a guest. We had a great chat with fellow AFOLs Si O’Connor, and a short appearance from Dok Sampson and Solo Brick Builder at the end.
This is a new Great Ball Contraption module which I built after seeing the original by Swedish AFOL Staffan Ihl at last year’s Skærbæk Fan Weekend. Fortunately, I didn’t have to backwards engineer anything (I’m not sure I could have!) because plans for this build are available free online at Planet GBC.