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Photo this Caption: Keep Off!
A small scene build for the "Photo this Caption" contest in the category "Stay Off the Lawn... OR ELSE!"
Pictured here perched on a city rooftop presumably composing some vast cityscape, is a decked out photographer complete with tripod and l...
Present Day American Soldier
This minifig is based off of images of current American soldiers. He has a custom-fitted utility belt and a custom Americ...
Extremely posable, this twenty eight piece dog is modeled after the white dog in the new Lego Universe commercials. I have added instruction...
My humble addition to the annals of MOCed R2-D2s. Third leg credit to freeling .
- "He told me enough! He told me you killed me!" - "No Luke, I AM you!" ... If you have been in the lego community for any good amoun...
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.
Roman Style Courtyard
Basically a study Roman architecture, this technique-heavy bignette is a historic, fictional model of an imaginary Roman private...
It's a dry and dusty day in Southwest. Tumbleweeds are prevalent, and the periodic, eroding tire along Route 66 gives the strange impression ...
I made this bear quite a long time ago and never got around to posting it. Somewhat recently, I made this little landscape to feature the b...
A third 14x14 installment of my microfig-scale castle theme, this vignette features a more landscape-oriented setting with a tower ou...
A virtual cookie to anyone who can guess what this is before reading further. ... If you guessed, 'a lame attempt at making a diorama out of ...
With double blades, double pistols and a scary bayonet, the ST Elite is one of the most powerful tools of the Dark Side. Beware of...
Another installment of my microfig castle theme, this 14x14 vignette features a dynamic scene of explosions and moat-crossings. Enjoy!
Nothing much, but neither am I. My signature minifigure is classy but maybe a bit out of place or on the dorky side. (What is he doing in a ...
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...
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...
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!
Theme clash. Isn't it grand! This is the kind of thing my sad, sorry little brain comes up with at midnight on Friday nights. Enjoy!
"Live long and prosper." This simple minifigure, armed with a Type 1 Phaser, is one of the most recognizable characters in the Star Trek sag...
This was a simple lighting test for a set in my upcoming short film. More on that in a week or two. Enjoy!
Star Wars Relativity
What happens when M.C. Escher, Star Wars, and Legos collide and explode into a zero gravity jumble of stairs? Well... you get jus...
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...
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...
Streets of Jaffa
Pushing the limits of a vignette, this 16 by 16 depiction of Jaffa's bustling markets and alleyways was a very enjoyable build. The d...
Aragorn as the ranger Strider. For other of my Lord of the Rings characters, please visit my "minifigures" folder. I have not seen the films, ...
Sword in the Stone
On Christmas day, long, long ago, young Arthur drew the sword out of the stone, thus proclaiming to the world that he was the right...
Symphony of Construction
Most of us have played "telephone": that elementary school game where you're supposed to correctly transmit a goofy phrase of...
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