A while back I got my first LEGO baby, and it wasn’t long before I realized that he looked really cute with some of the standard hats! And so my Tiny Trailblazers series was born.
My first creation dressed the baby up as a knight.
Charleston, South Carolina – a seaside town founded in 1670 – a historic location, witness to the first shots of the War Between the States – a bright, vibrant city with everything from magnolia gardens to retired Navy ships.
Background picture is from Wikimedia Commons and by Tom Key.
What do you get when you smash Venice and Japan together on the edge of a cliff? Welcome to Shinmizu village, where small canals thread their way between houses before rushing over the rocks in foamy waterfalls, where arabesque domes stand side-by-side flowering Japanese-style trees, and where your backyard could be a sheer cliff.
This build was a collaborative effort between myself and my brother Robert4168/Garmadon. We spent about one month on it, including a pretty intensive last week!
Previous Prating Pirates (loosely connected).
Emperor: Are you sure this is safe?
Ryuu: Sure it’s safe; see that dragon? We’ve got to put the gold we’re bringing back there and then – ! No one could ever get past my dragon!
Emperor: *dryly* That’s my point.
Emperor: These chests are heavy, there’s a dragon in the way who we’re supposed to get past, and…
Ryuu: AND all your gold will be safe from pirates in just a moment; here, I’ll get these behind the dragon, whose name shall be… Akilakomey, and you can go.
Emperor: Well, well then… good day…
*Emperor’s feet shuffling quickly*