Some Worldbuilding

When starting this Blog I not only wanted to write reviews (which is quite fun on its own though!) and show my MOCs, but also create and expand a more or less coherent universe, where every of my characters has its place. Sadly I haven’t published much of that yet. Not because of a lack of… Read More Some Worldbuilding

Damage Case

This post is about the sort of band your parents have always warned you of: Damage Case, the loudest, wildest and meanest band in the known Lego universe! Tough and alluring front-woman Susan rocks the stage with attitude and riffs as heavy as a sledgehammer, rocket-fast soloing and lyrics about the wild side of life. The… Read More Damage Case

Mean Machine

One of the most memorable smaller town sets I have is the Screaming Patriot (6646) from 1991 (of course in American colours!). I always had issues though with implementing it’s cool exhaust pipes into one of my own creations.   As cool as they look, they limit your options according engine-layout and wheelbase quite significantly, but at the… Read More Mean Machine

Aquatic Review Part 2 – Deep Sea Exploration Vessel (60095)

After reviewing the Deep Sea Submarine (60092) last time, we now take a look at the theme’s “flagship”, the Deep Sea Exploration Vessel (60095), with 717 pieces the 2nd largest set of the theme behind the Deep Sea Operation Base (60096) with 907. Like the Submarine, the Exploration Vessel is modelled pretty closely after real-world… Read More Aquatic Review Part 2 – Deep Sea Exploration Vessel (60095)

City Skyline

  I made this one as a little contemplation of what is possible with just a handful of bricks and a few minutes time. Often our attention is directed to the huge flashy constructions online with thousands of parts. But you can create already an illusion with very reduced means. Like a painter can create a realistic human… Read More City Skyline