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.
A relaxed solo livestream while building some mosaic decorations for the LEGO House of DOTS v2 rebuild.
It was a pleasure to chat with Greg and Mike this afternoon, before hosting my own live staream a little bit later in the afernoon.
My latest Micropolis model is called Sky Blue Place, and is the office of a firm of consultants who have a reputation for blue sky thinking. They are obviously doing well as this five storey block is located downtown among some prime real estate.
These four themed habitats are unrelated in subject, but they show Scroodge McDuck, a Retro Spaceman, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Donatello and Apocalypseburg Abe Lincoln.