We don't often see a successful mixing of minifig and miniland scales. I was looking through some old galleries from 1000SteineLand 2006, a gathering of AFOLs in Berlin, and noticed this great Brandenburg Gate. Why feature it here? Look more closely at the statue of Victoria in her chariot. Unfortunately, I do not remember the builder. If someone knows, could they leave a comment?
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Saturday, March 20, 2010
It's frustrating getting pictures of the miniland scale models on display at official LEGO stores, since these are behind these little round windows and it's hard to get close-ups with good lighting. Notenoughbricks apparently works at a LEGO store, and assembled several of these models, which are based on a design provided by LEGO. Does anyone know who designed the originals?
Posted by Brick tales at 4:23 PM
Friday, March 19, 2010
Monday, March 15, 2010
I don't usually post works-in-progress here, but making a whole building at Miniland scale is such a massive undertaking that this will merit coming back to a couple of times before it's complete: Stapelaar's Crawford Residence.
Posted by Brick tales at 3:02 PM