We had a BayLUG meeting on April 19th, and I took a bunch of photos. The meeting was held at the Museum of American Heritage in Palo Alto and was open to the public for the last half of the meeting.
Spring is here and with it come two ages-old symbols of fertility – the rabbit and the egg. But since Easter comes in the springtime, these symbols are part of the Christian tradition of Easter. Either way, they’re cute and so I decided to make a LEGO bunny and some eggs.
March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day, the day when just about everyone in the U.S. claims to be at least a little bit Irish, which means wearing green clothing and often imbibing copious amounts of beer with green food coloring added, especially when it falls on a weekend. (There’s very little to do with saints involved.) And more to the point, images of leprechauns. Continue reading Happy St. Patrick’s Day
In the American way of writing dates at least, today is 3/14/15 which is of course, π (pi), that irrational mathematical constant we all love to memorize the digits of (or at least the geekier of us do). In honor of this special day I have created two new models… Continue reading Pie for Pi Day
This year I built a set of Christmas ornaments that I gave to someone special as a gift. I haven’t posted a MOC (My Own Creation) in a while, so I thought I’d share them with you all too. Continue reading Xmas Ornaments
3 Advent Calendars.
9 mini spaceships.
3 gun emplacements.
3 Christmas trees (including the droid).
Having built all 72 models, I’ve come up with some winners for the best model in each category. Continue reading Advent 2014 Awards
Here are some roundup photos of some of the highlights from this year’s LEGO Advent Calendars. Continue reading Advent 2014 Round-Up