Here's a link to my other blog. I have made another blog because I think that since I like Lego Castle so much I will have another blog about Lego Castle. In the future, I will have , maybe even more blogs, but for now, I will have two. But I will continue to post as often as I can with school, chess, and soccer in the way.
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
This is a great set if your a Ninjago collector. As I am not, I have not purchased this set. Still, it's too bad it was dis-continued. The set is 225 pieces, includes two minifigures, and has a gigantic earth dragon. This set is pretty cool, and has some parts that are hard or near impossible to find.
Monday, September 19, 2011
This Lego game has been discontinued by Lego.com in order to make room for the new and up-coming sets, you know what they say, "out with the old, and in with the new." Lego.com has been dis-continuing many sets this month, even though I have only posted some, due to my other activities. The Pirate Plank looked like a fun game, it's too bad they dis-continued it.
Saturday, September 10, 2011
Sorry I haven't been posting for awhile, I've had busy weeks between school and soccer. Two Architecture sets have come out in these last few days. Both I think are pretty cool sets. But as you may know that some Architecture sets get very pricey. Architecture sets are models of real life sculptures, these two are the Robie House, and the Brandenburg Gate. The Robie House is 2,276 pieces, those pieces are mostly made up of a dark red color you see on the set's roof. The Brandenburg Gate is made of 363 pieces, most of which are that sand colo, used for the walls and columns of the building.
Monday, September 5, 2011
School year is about to start! This Lego school bus I made took some time, but I got it done in time to share with you. This school bus is made from over 50+ pieces, includes chairs, windows, and a moving stop sign. There are some interesting details about the bus I made, like the design of feet on the top of the bus, or the stripes down the sides of the bus. As I said before this model took some time, so I would appreciate it if I get some comments.
Saturday, September 3, 2011
My new monthly mini-model was designed to symbolize heading back to school. In the future I wish to continue my new monthly mini-models. This months mini-model is a pencil. It's 14 pieces that are common to almost anybody's LEGO bin. 1 black stick (for graphite), 1 brown cone, 7 tall yellow cylinders (the number doesn't matter much, just determines length), 2 flat grey cylinders (one before the tall grey cylinder, one after), 1 tall grey cylinder, then 2 flat orange cylinders (for the eraser).
Thursday, September 1, 2011
The new September mini-model is a scarecrow! One day each month you can learn how to build a cool Lego mini model at a near by LEGO shop, and take it home – for free! Quantities are limited and offer is good while supplies last only. A new model will be available every month and will be specially themed to that month.