I don’t often rush off to buy new LEGO sets on their day of release, but this year’s Chinese New Year sets were an exception. I fell in love with 80104 Lion Dance and 80105 Chinese New Year Temple Fair immediately, as I knew I wanted to combine them to make a huge temple for my Ninjago District.
Archives for May 2020
Minifig Themed Habitats #4
This quartet of Minifig Habitats are on the theme of The LEGO Movie 2 characters. The first is the sparkly vampire Balthazar, followed by a joint habitat for Sewer and Sparkle Babies, and then two personas of the ever-popular Unikitty.
Trekantet Hus – Micropolis Block #184
The curious shape of this Micropolis block was inspired by finding three of the trans light blue curved windscreens in my parts drawers, which eventually became the balconies on the top floor. I decided a triangular shaped inner, thanks to finding another nexogon, with curvy edges would be quite ineteresting. I struggled for some time to come up with a suitable name for this one, but eventually settled on Trekantet Hus – which is Danish for Triangular House.
LEGO House AFOL exhibition Interview With Stuart Harris
The LEGO House in Billund, Denmark, has been closed since March due to the ongoing pandemic. In an initiave to show fans who are unable to visit what is in the House, Stuart Harris the LEGO House Master Builder is conducting a series of video interviews of the international AFOLs who currently have their work on display in the Masterpiece Gallery. Yours truly was their first gineapig – but I think it worked out well!
You can watch the other interviews in the series in their playlist.
Extensive Interview By Matt Elder Of Family Bricks
A few days ago, I had the pleasure of having a long lockdown video chat with London AFOLs member and friend Matt Elder of Family Bricks. He asked me many searching questions about various LEGO-related subjects. So sit down with a cup of tea and enjoy this discussion. Thanks for inviting me to talk with you Matt, it was a pleasure!
Kiwi Court – Micropolis Block #183
This is Kiwi Court, a block of residential flats which I build a few weeks ago. Each cantilevered floor sits at right angles to the one below, while the different heights of the two blocks adds some visual variety.