NYCLUG members Kent, Moa Victor and Sid were on hand as NYCLUG hosted its first-ever Community Build Event at the massive LIC Springs block party on Vernon Boulevard in Long Island City, Queens on May 17. (more…)
An inspirational building technique — not to mention a great gag to pull on April Fools day!
Hi all, I know I’ve been off the blog for quite a while now, almost a month in fact. If you’ve been following me on Model Building Secrets Facebook page (and you really should 😉 ) then you’ll know that I’ve been working on a huge project, 4 ft long huge to be exact. I am almost done with it, and should get back to more normal postings within a day or so.
Now I’m not into April Fool’s, so the only “prank” I’m going to play is that I won’t tell you what I’m working on. What I will tell you is that I will be at PAX East in Boston next weekend building my current project on site. So if you are going, come by and say hi.
Even though I don’t like April Fool’s Day, I did like this latest creation by Sean and Steph Mayo.
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This should make you into a Miniland-scale fan: A woman named Leah applied for an internship by designing herself out of LEGO bricks and sending it — along with a resume in the form of a poster illustrated with Lego elements — to prospective employers. Guess you could say she’s really building up her career. (via Jezebel.com)
In this edition, a new documentary on AFOLs will bow at the Tribeca Film Festival; LEGO formally announces the new Simpsons minifigs; and a Mindstorms team solves a Rubik’s cube in mind-numbingly record time.
In this edition: a working Lego keyboard; the latest UCS Star Wars set; and make your own Lego pieces… maybe.
Members of NYCLUG got together Friday evening at the LEGO Store at Rockefeller Center to install their first-ever LUG Community Window Display. (more…)
We’ve just updated our Members page with some short bios on your fellow NYCLUGers. Please check it out and remember, feel free to email us: join (at) nyclug (dot) com!
In this edition, The LEGO Movie approaches $300 mil at the box office, a woman in a famous LEGO ad is found, and a whiz kid makes a Braille machine out of those plastic bricks. (more…)
I’ve never seen this before — reblogged for later viewing!