I just watched the trailer for The Lego Movie 2, which comes out in February 2019 and whilst I am not really keen on watching it (to be honest, I haven’t even watched the first part yet), I feel genuinely excited about the possible sets we might get from it: That’s a healthy amount of… Read More Mad Max meets Lego
So far 2018 is a good year for Lego sets. After a mixed 2017 with a lot (probably too much) of hype going on about the Lego Batman- and Ninjago-Movie and not always great sets (like the infamous Bat-Space Shuttle), Lego’s line-up for this year seems to be back on the right track. Speaking of… Read More 2018: Interesting Sets – so far!
Please Note: This post took me a long time to finish. Not the writing. That usually goes pretty quick. As it did here. But the photos… I finally got them in a quality I can approve. Mostly! Enjoy! Hardboiled detective stories are an all-time favourite of mine. Novels like Raymond Chandler’s The Big Sleep or… Read More Review: Detective’s Office (10246)
Smoooke on the water – fire on the pier: that’s clearly a clearly a case for the Lego City coastal firefighter squad. Being a starter set, it follows the current fashion of providing pleny of Minifigures (three firefighters and a harbour worker), with a healthy amount of accessories and two small builds that clearly set… Read More Review: Lego City Fire Starter Set (60106)
Its experiment time! In my quest to find out the best setting for Lego photography (at least as far as my equipment allows), I set up two scenes which cover most of what I am doing. My special thanks hereby to Leyland Brickston for providing his Airship for the shooting. The Experiment: a close-up Minifigure… Read More Photography: Experimenting with ISO- and f-Values
So, lets talk about – plans! There will be a significant increase in display space here at Littleworlds HQ in the (relatively) near future in the shape of some dedicated display-shelves. My plan is to have little scenes built on each level. Some will change, others, like my modulars will get a permanent spot, but… Read More Plans and Photography!
What do you do when you have too many old white bricks, that have yellowed to a point where they are really more tan like white? Yes, of course you could use hydrogen peroxide to whiten them again… but apart from that, if you don’t really want all the hassle? Build something that looks suitingly… Read More Oldschool MOC: Ulf’s Garage