You may not see these two buildings next to each other on a normal street… but in LEGOville, the only thing that counts is that they both be made of bricks!
On the left is the Hotel Española, while on the right we have a very modern style pizza place.
Inspired by a printed LEGO 2×2 map tile, I decided to take treasure hunting to a whole new level with a 3D LEGO map! Sail ho, me hearties!
Even today, mining isn’t without its perils… and back in the good ol’ days, when prospectors used picks and shovels, alarms were frequent!
Check out the whole MOC (My Own Creation) below!
Even the men of the merry green woods like a roof to get under every now and then! This colorful cottage uses a new woodwork concept – if you’re wondering exactly how it’s done, just keep reading!
Over the years I’ve spent as a LEGO builder I’ve built many a tree… some beautiful, some passable, and some – let’s face it – terrible. Eschewing the latter, today we’ll focus on a specific type of tree and the different techniques I’ve developed for it (taking inspiration, of course, from other builders): Palm Trees!
Not all builds are meant to be carried downstairs and outside…
Thankfully this was on the return voyage.
Welcome to the Gateway to the West!
(Click for higher resolution images.) For the background I used STL Skyline 2007 by CillanXC at English Wikipedia, licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0. Continue reading
Close on the heels of Zap comes another dragon, this one sporting a red and brown color-scheme with singed black wings!
Roarrrrrrr! Better not get on this beast’s bad side, because he has some claws! Zap, my second attempt at a dragon, features extensive poseability, a wingspan well over 1′, and a rider’s seat decked out with a personalized flag!