Monthly Archives: August 2011

A study in waterfalls

I’ve always been fascinated by waterfalls. So was my grandfather, apparently. He was an artist, and painted a lot of waterfalls. I can’t paint, or draw, or any such thing, but I build LEGO! And naturally, I love trying to … Continue reading

Posted in LEGO | Leave a comment

Brickfoot tribe village

I’ve been working on this for some time now, and after getting my last bricklink order with two pieces I needed for the totempole, it’s finally finished! This time I chose to do some post-processing to my pictures in gimp … Continue reading

Posted in LEGO | 4 Comments

LDD in Linux

Being part of several different minorities, among them being a Linux user and an adult LEGO builder, I’m part of an even smaller minority: a user of LEGO Digital Designer (LDD) under wine in Linux. First time I tried running … Continue reading

Posted in LEGO, Scripts | Leave a comment

Getting into Fabuland

I’ve been on vacation for a couple of weeks now, enjoying the sun and eating loads of ice cream. I’ve also been working on some LEGO projects, planning and designing my collectible minifigs series 5 vignettes on my laptop, stacking … Continue reading

Posted in LEGO | Leave a comment