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A bit of texture, an awesome color mash-up, a dash of surrealism, and a new tree trunk design made this a fun little throw-together at 1:00...
Just because I like to think I'm diverse, here's a spaceship to follow up some good ol' fashioned medieval architecture. The ship is built...
A study in simple colors, unique architecture, and curving rockwork, this 32x32 diorama was inspired solely by Bombur's hair and t...
No news is good news... ... The ship is probably what Lego would call "midi" scale, and is as close to Kelso's WIP photos as I could m...
A little vignette from a few weeks ago that I considered entering in the Eurobricks Micro Sci-Fi contest. The general premise here is of an i...
Commission - Charlevoix Public Library
Built with over 5,000 bricks from 23 different resellers as far away as Germany in only a month and a half, thi...
A New Breed of Skyscraper
Taking a quick break from my current big project, I turned a little table scrap into a new kind of architecture! The law of ...
"It Wasn't Me"
Quoth Horatio... ... This is Shakespeare's "Hamlet" in a single dio. Horatio alone stands with the bodies of all of the other main char...
My final Vic Viper for the month of Novvember, the Greeblevic is a bit of a departure from my last two, but it was probably the most fun to...
Another build for Novvember, this sleek viper with an earthy dark bley and tan color scheme with splashes of grapevine purple, was a surprisin...
With a white and light royal blue color scheme and gold and orange highlights, this racing Vic Viper for Novvember is as stylish as it ...
Gandalf and Frodo
Created in the style of Legohaulic's cartoon Star Wars characters, these adventurers from Middle Earth are ready to march their way ...
Sneak Peek: Nottingham Tower
Welcome to the first look at my upcoming stop motion animation project, "Nottingham Tower." Take a look at the videos bel...
2B or not 2B
Hamlet plays himself at Battleship. ... "Whether 'tis nobler to die, or to take arms against a sea of plastic ships and by opposing end t...
This was a simple lighting test for a set in my upcoming short film. More on that in a week or two. Enjoy!
Yellow Submarine Sandwich
I couldn't find any rules anywhere that prohibited a judge from building in a MocOlympics category, so when I had this idea,...
Yooper Deer Stand
As deer season approaches here in Northwest Michigan, I can make fun of our wonderful redneck counterparts, the Upper-Peninsulains (...
An experiment in Legohaulic's character style, this sophisticated elderly gentleman is smoking his pipe in his favorite chair and discussing the ...
I had an awesome opportunity this week to begin teaching a Lego class at my local library that will be going on infrequently for the next t...
Straight out of the Old West, this somewhat functional Lego cowboy puppet sports a hat made out of capes, a mustache made from whips, and a...
The New Signature
It's been quite some time since I first introduced my signature fig, and I decided that it was high time for a revamp. Thanks to "Ga...
Inspired by the drawing on a card in a card game, this 20x20 bignette finds a mad medieval alchemist and his assistant working in ...
Star Wars Relativity is now a thing of the past. No, I did not sell it; and no, it is not under a glass case somewhere. I finished sorting i...
Five days of Lego sensory overload. Met so many awesome people and saw way too many awesome creations. This first pic is, from left to...
Star Wars Relativity V2
Six months in the making, I present my largest creation to date: a 1x1x1 foot model of M.C. Escher's print "Relativity" reenac...
A third 14x14 installment of my microfig-scale castle theme, this vignette features a more landscape-oriented setting with a tower ou...
Another installment of my microfig castle theme, this 14x14 vignette features a dynamic scene of explosions and moat-crossings. Enjoy!
A rare occasion in which I've dabbled in the castle genre. It's such a wide field that I needed to find a niche. After some cogitatio...
Mouse Droid Style
Because this mouse droid needs to stand out. ... Thank you Pointner family!
Old Man and the Sea
Based on Ernest Hemingway's famous 1951 novel about an old Cuban fisherman's battle with an 18 foot marlin. Here, Santiago returns...
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