The final project I had to complete for the new LEGO House of DOTS was to build 8 panels for a folding concertina screen for the lounge.
The biggest project I had to make for the new House of DOTS was a huge black and white mosaic to cover the tabletop in the kitchen, which took over 50 hours to complete.
The next assignment I had for the LEGO House of DOTS version 2 was to build the decorations for a record player and cabinet, and three record sleeves.
Another fun livestream hanging out with Greg from GJBricks.
My next project for the LEGO House of DOTS rebuild was a little bit larger than the two previous pots. This time, it was to build a tall pot which was decorated with a repeating triangular pattern in purple, on a background of coral, again using 1×1 square tiles. Here’s a timelaps of some of the work taking place.
Back in Jaunary, together with several other members of London AFOLs, I was involved with decorating the LEGO House of DOTS, designed by artist Camille Walala.
We applied thousands of tiny tiles to pre-cut baseplates which where then stuck onto the furniture for the House. It looked great, and the finished product was used to launch the new DOTS range at a press release in London on 28th January.
Fast forward eight months. Parts of the original house were damaged when it went into storage – so the original AFOL crew has been called upon again to resurrect the decor for a new House which will on tour around the globe.
Unlike last time, we are all working from home, so last week Little Caz took delivery of a consignment of DOTS which I will be using for various projects.