Mariann Asanuma made this trophy for 'realistic replica' at Bricks by the Bay.
Thursday, March 29, 2012
If you're a regular reader of the variety of major LEGO blogs out there, you've already seen this, but I'm passing it along on the theory that at least some of my readers come from outside the hobbyist community. Heather Braaten, who you may know on various online forums as HeatherLEGOGirl, has been missing for the past week. She was last seen in Seattle, Washington. If you see Heather, or know anything of her whereabouts, please contact Lino Martins at linotopia AT hotmail DOT com , as he is in close touch with Heather's family, or directly contact the Seattle police department. Or use any of the contact information on the flyer below.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
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Friday, March 16, 2012
Another MOCathalon category is 'the dog ate my homework', challenging builders to illustrate a lame excuse. Invisible Mime's Dog ate my homework sets off a long story akin to Bill and Ted, while in Cam M.'s A Dog Ate my Homewaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah! the teacher has decided to stop putting up with these excuses.
Thursday, March 15, 2012
It's time for MOCathalon, and a lot of the entries are vigs or bignettes. Interestingly, Lincoln's assassination has already shown up in two different categories. In the Ars Historica category (calling for a historical scene) Alex Mack made Lincoln's Assasination, and in the Ides of March category (calling for a conspiracy), Christopher Baldacci made Half Mast, a multi-tiered bignette showing the assassinations of US Presidents Kennedy, McKinley and Lincoln.
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
There just aren't enough Harry Potter builds out there, which is kind of surprising given the official theme and the popularity of the source material. Carson Hart made Devil's Snare from book one. It's so cool that he built his own Fluffy rather than simply buying the official version.