Thursday, March 29, 2012

Missing Person - Heather Braaten

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

It's quack, quack, quack for the home team ...

Dave and John from briXwerX designed this kit for the Madison Mallards minor league baseball team.


Friday, March 16, 2012

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

More British SW

Huw at Brickset also pointed out this Pocket-Lint.com article about the new Windsor SW display.




Tuesday, March 13, 2012

English Star Wars Miniland

Huw from Brickset has pointed out that flump6523, who was with him at the Legoland Windsor Star Wars Miniland display has posted several walk through videos (9 in all). You can use how they use lighting and sound, and also have some moving parts.



Monday, March 12, 2012

Star Wars Miniland Windsor

Huw over at Brickset has been to the new Star Wars Miniland display at Legoland Windsor and given his report. Unlike all(?) other Legoland Miniland displays, this one is all indoors, which he said was problematic for photography. Perhaps they decided this would be better for the long term lifetime of the models, and also make this section of the park more accessible during inclement weather. As with the other SW displays, this has scenes from each of the movies and from the Clone Wars series.




Thursday, March 1, 2012

A fig in the hand is worth ...

Iain Heath of the Living Brick recently built Arrietty the Borrower.