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Pictured here perched on a city rooftop presumably composing some vast cityscape, is a decked out photographer complete with tripod and l...
Fiddler on the Roof
An experiment in backlighting, this is a Lego recreation of the iconic image associated with the 1971 film about a Jewish communit...
I don't normally post WIPs, but being my largest project to date, I thought it couldn't hurt to show you all the progress of my rehashi...
Robin Hood and Company
Originally part of a larger compilation that will unfortunately not be completed due to heavy parts usage in an upcoming MOC.
Random spaceships really are terribly fun to build, and with a few more curvature elements from Bricklink, another galactic vehicle was ine...
The Burning Bush
Now Moses was keeping the flock of his father-in-law, Jethro, the priest of Midian, and he led his flock to the west side of the wild...
Welcome to the Florence observatory of 16th century astronomer, physicist, and philosopher, Galileo Galilei. This vignette is e...
Happy New Year! To celebrate 2012, here's a squatty, two-mound snowman to herald the the coming winter flurries. Thanks for taking a look!
Baker Street, dismantled and sorted while listening to Malcolm Gladwell's "Outliers," was the last piece that I had built, and, while my...
Welcome to Baker Street, my one hundredth creation to be posted on MOCpages. It's hard to believe it's been fifty MOCs since Einstein's S...
Experimenting in smoke. ... And to finish out the post, here's a little teaser for my hundredth MOC. Thanks for stopping by!
The everyday classy transportation of the future. ...
Based on the 1988 book by Marie McSwigan of the same title, this small SNOT vignette has been built for over three months but I have nev...
"What more does a man need?"
"A table, a chair, a bowl of fruit, and a violin; what more does a man need to be happy?" - Albert Einstein
Fall of an Empire
Based on Thomas Cole's 1836 painting, "Desolation," this 16x16 vignette is a ruinous spin on Greco-Roman architectural style.
I have been holding off on posting this picture because I so badly wanted to post an "actual" creation before I did yet another one-sho...
Stormtroopers are so photogenic. I had a lot of fun building this set and photographing it. I hope you enjoy it too! The lighting concept is c...
With a bit of inspiration from Schfio Factory, and a bit of inspiration from my dog's chew toy, I present my latest macroscale sculpture, a c...
Yoda and the Force
This MOC marks the beginning of a new folder on my homepage. This folder, entitled "Light," will feature one-shot creations focused...
The Alien Atmospheric Reconniasence Dropship - Version: Anterior Reshaping Kinetic. (AARDVARK) An excuse to dominate in lime green.
Jack and Jill
And I revert to nursery rhymes... ...
I thought it was about time to branch out and do a bit of sculpture. It was also time to break out the stormtrooper army to help me out. Enjoy...
League of Explorers
Welcome to one of my largest and most complex creations to date. The League of Explorers is an 18 by 34 diorama featuring an abund...
It was a dark and stormy night in Pennsylvania. Benjamin Franklin, and his son, William, were bunkered down on the edge of a field out...
Welcome to my second compendium of minifigs, lighting, and humor. It's an anthology of time periods, places, and themes; fiction and no...
Weirdos from another Planet
Based on the iconic cover picture on the Calvin and Hobbes book of the same name, this small vignette pictures the relativ...
The Building of Isengard
An entry to Ian Spacek's wonderfully designed "Lord of the Rings Trilogy Contest, Round Two: 'The Two Towers.'" This 8x8 micr...
A small diorama based on the hit physics puzzler for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. For those of you who have never heard of Angry Birds, I...
Clearing the Temple
"In the temple he found those who were selling oxen and sheep and pigeons, and the money-changers sitting there. And making a whip...
Sticks and Stones
Albert Einstein once said, "I do not know with what weapons the third world war will be fought, but the fourth world war will be fou...
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