Inspired by the “platecraft” technique used in Christmas decorations by Chris McVeigh, and my own Flat Santa and Flat Rudolph holiday decorations, I wanted to try the technique on a larger scale and without tying it to the holidays, and this was the result:
This is a repost of an entry I had originally posted on an old website in January 2003, before I started this blog.
This LEGO sculpture of a Maneki Neko (Japanese good-luck cat) was one of my earliest models, after building the PokÃ©mon out of basic bricks alone, I allowed myself the luxury of plates as well, in order to approximate the script on the coin. The cat itself is just basic bricks though, except for the arm detachment mechanism.
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Check out this adorable and very lifelike sewing machine designed by Niklas RosÃ©n.
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My latest LEGO creation is a grey kangaroo with joey.
In honor of their historic World Series win, breaking a 108-year long streak, I decided to try my hands at the Chicago Cubs team logo.
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On November 8, 2016, Americans face a very important decision – Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton for President.
I’m afraid I haven’t built much in a while – this is my latest major model, and it is over a year old! But I never posted about it here until now. It’s a teddy bear.
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With the PokÃ©mon Go game being such a huge hit at the moment, I thought I’d post about some old MOCs that I built 15 years ago. Sorry about the photo quality – this was the early days of digital photography…