These three habitats are built for the SigFigs of various LEGO friends of mine. The first two are fellow London AFOLs – Crankybricks and Ben Dodds, while the third is trans-Atlantic Instagram friend Heather’s Bricks.
Today’s video shows you three more of my custom Sigfig Habitats, this time it’s the turn of darethsdojo, RDFLego and Maico Arts.
My latest Habitats video tells the story of my amazing visit to the LEGO House in September 2019, to install some of my Micropolis MOCs in the Masterpiece Gallery. I met some wonderful people during my week in Denmark, including Jesper Vilstrup, Thomas Kirk Christiansen, Jan Beyer, Stuary Harris, Birte Knudsen and Mike Ganderton from LEGO. I was also interviewed by Joshua and John Hanlon of Beyond The Brick, a very popular LEGO YouTube channel, about my models in the House.
This video shows how I re-MOC’d the Chinese New Year Dinner celebration set, 80101 to form the basis of the ground floor of my new Ninjago District MOC. On the ground floor is the Golden Dragon Chinese Restaurant. The next level up houses the Flying Carpet Art Café with an outside terrace at the front and viewing balconies at the rear. The next two levels contain the Clubhouse for the Blockville Sigfigs’ LEGO User Group, or BlockSLUG for short. They have display rooms for a city and train layout, and their build room is on top. The whole thing is finished off with a rooftop aquarium and open air relaxing space which leads to steps to another module. Watch the video to see the whole tour.