Brickworld held another virtual con over Halloween weekend, and I was invited to be part of the international Great Ball Contraption loop. The original first presenter was a bit late, so I went on as the first guest – but after a couple of modules, one of mine broke! There was a handover to Derek while the errant machine got fixed. Hence, my contribution starts at 3’55” and again at 31’20”.
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.
I know a few of the folks from LNUR, the LEGO Northern UK Railway LUG, and was recently invited to take part in their podcast about different scales of LEGO trains. I talked about my Microscale trains and trams, and also my custom Monorail train, which is 4-studs wide. Here is the podcast if you would like to listen:
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.
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!
As I mentioned during my Road To Billund series, I was interviewed by Beyond The Brick for their YouTube channel, about my Micropolis MOCs which are currently in the LEGO House Masterpiece Gallery. It was a lovely early Christmas present today to find they have now published their full tour of What’s New at LEGO House for 2020 and included my interiew in the middle, which starts at 4’26” if you want to skip ahead to that.