I started a little Lego project that, unfortunately, never came to fruition: It was to have been a full-size dog. Here is just the face instead.
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I didn’t have many trans-clear bricks, and definitely didn’t have much in the way of grey pieces — thus the different colors. But still, it stood more than six feet tall, and I kept it for about two years before taking it all apart. 🙂 Click on the photo for more pictures.
I’ve been a LUGNET member since 2000.
LUGNET was the first true Lego Users Group, bringing together AFOLs from around the world. It was once known as “the friendliest place on the Web,” and Lego fans made it the top destination for all news about the world’s greatest toy — and hobby.
Now, LUGNET is just a shadow of its former self. But I predict it will make a comeback, and in a huge way. Until then, it’s still a neat place to check out what other Lego hobbyists are up to.
I’ll be bringing them there this week — hope you can stop by and see them in person!
…in which Darth Vader threatens my U.S.S. Enterprise Lego model. He could’ve just used the Force, I guess. 🙂
Photo courtesy of I LUG NY member Will Smart.
This is the Pacifica above a Super Star Destroyer for comparison.
Reworking my Lego room for a third time. I may be obsessed.