Sunday, September 16, 2007

More Brickshelf Finds...

Here is an interesting church...
posted by Barbara "Mc.Bricker"


I found this interesting for a few reasons. First of all, her use of interesting parts for architectural details... such as finger hinges, click hinges and minifig hair pieces as seen here....


As well, she used microscale as forced perspective on either side of the church to represent the buildings in the background. Nice use of technic pin joiners instead of round one by one, so the coloums remain smooth.

Here is an interesting little graveyard posted by


What I found really makes this different and interesting is the gate is placed on an angle instead of just surrounding the baseplate.

And, a very cool microscaled project posted by


Saturday, September 08, 2007

And now back to posting...

Well the Brickshelf disaster seems to have taken care of itself (at least for the time being) and things have been restored to some semblance of order.

Sadly I, as well as many others, are now looking for alternate hosting for our pictures, and in an offer I couldn't refuse (I love my hosting company) I decided to no longer rely on free hosting for my pictures and bought my own domain (as I stated last post.)

So most of my stuff (webpage, pics, etc) should be SOON hosted at (nothing to see there yet, tho) and I will move from static pages to a CMS which hopefully will motivate me to update more frequently with greater ease. This domain will also be the new host of TeBAG (my online Lego Gallery of various related to the brick art items.)

Anyhow, summer has now ended and the kids are back at school so I find myself with a bit more free time during the day... so its back to posting.

Lets see...

First of all... I recently posted my FSM (you can read the post here)

Second of all...

I thought this vid was cute...

Some assembly required!!!

and thirdly...

if you have a few minutes, check out this amazing build that took the creator 4 years to build, I find it interesting not only for the amazing attention to detail but for the fact that someone from a different country built an American iconic building.

Still looking for more awesome lego creations???
Check out these builds.

Translucent Mosaic at
Beautiful Micro at
Scaled Classic Space at
Detailed Circus and Train at
and a Cool Transformer

And if you arent a total purist... you should check these new Lego scaled farm animals out
(Im just waiting on mine in the mail)