My LEGO Homepage
This is my LEGO home page. I am an AFOL (Adult Fan Of LEGO) and enjoy my Legos as I can. Below are projects I am working on and have worked on as well as links to other sites and so of my experiences with the LEGO world. I also have a flickr page with my MOCs posted.
My Own Creations (MOCs) and Posts
Mario Odyssey inspired me to build a white, tapering tower
with a red roof.
After thinking about using spheres as the tree elements,
the MOC looked more cartooney than I had intended.
This made the addition of the Goomba, Spiney and pipe fairly
natural. Now it is truly a Mario MOC of the Mushroom Kingdom.
Coincidentally, Colossal Castle Context XV had a "Video Game" category - which also encouraged me to add the hallmark Mario props.
This 14 story building is located in Lincoln,
Nebraska. It was designed by Bertram Goodhue
and built between 1922 and 1932.
At 1:140 scale, the model is 36" tall, 38" wide. It contains 25,755 LEGO Bricks.
This is a collection of my contributions to the micro castle/pirate collaborative standard.
I built this MOC for LOLUG's March Iron Builder competition. The see part was the dark green roof piece (1x2, 45°).
An unwelcome visitor has approached the kingdom's boarder. This MOC was created for the "Ice Castle" category of the Colossal Castle Contest XIV (CCCXIV).
An elite, nimble starfighter, the Delta II is capable of holding its own against any adversary. It was also my November entry to LOLUG Iron Builder competition.
A stave church built in the style of the first Scandinavian churches. It was also my September entry to LOLUG Iron Builder competition.
A Miniland scale kid dressed up as a Classic Space Police officer plays with a nano-scale spaceship. I created the MOC for LOLUG's July Iron Builder competition. The seed part is the Trans-Red 1x2 Plate.
As I was sorting my 'dump bin', I began to wonder if there was a quicker way. In this post, a method to sort faster is presented.
I am in the process of sorting my LEGO from the scheme I had as a child to something better. These are my thoughts and experiences.
Using the large brown arch as the seed part, I built this Classic Space needlepoint MOC for May's LUG Iron Builder competition.
For April's LUG Iron Builder competition I built this sea monster. The seed part is the green flower stem.
I built this MOC for my LUG's Iron Builder competition. The seed part is the light bley headlight brick.
Another build for LOLUG's Iron Builder competition. The 'seed' part is trans-clear 1x1 round tile used a the rain drops.
A knight travels through the night to come back to his manor and to someone waiting for him. It is my second entry for the Colossal Castle Contest XIII.
A build for LOLUG's Iron Builder competition. The 'seed' part is the Technic friction pin used as the recycled ground of the play area.
A magic shop on a stream. It is my first try at a castle themed MOC in a while. I also entered it into the Colossal Castle Contest XIII.
An enlarged build of my favorite brick: the Headlight Brick, otherwise known as 4070.
An illustrated guide on how to create professional looking instructions for your MOCs.
Getting ready for football Saturday. Go Huskers!
A LEGO color palette for use in Inkscape and Gimp programs.
My experience whitening yellowed bricks.
A go set, made out of Lego. Instructions (and piece list) included!
The cake topper I made for my wedding.
My Bricklink page.
A list of Technic gear ratios with visual placements.
Lincoln and Omaha LEGO User's Group.
Visit my Lugnet page to see which sets I have and want.
The following modelers have very nice creations:
- Chris McVeigh - Fun lego scenes and Christmas ornaments.
Instructions are provided here
- Nathan Sawaya - LEGO Sculptures
- Bruce Lowell
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