This is a Mini Golf Course that we built. You can see we put GOLF on the side of the building, and there is an aerial view of the whole thing.
This is a ball that we made. It is hollow inside, and is from the The Unofficial Lego Builder’s Guide book, but it does have some modification from what the book shows on how to build it.
This is a jungle scene with a green army guy from Toy Story. I love to build trees and find different ways to build the trunk and branches, and I love to add the ground using a variety of plants and flowers. It just makes it come alive. See the spider webs?
This is my “Walkie-Talkie”. I made it using transparent reds, blues, and yellows…all 1×1 bricks I got from the Pick-A-Brick wall at the Lego Store. He was about 6 inches tall, plus the antennae.
This is Wreck It Ralph. He is 2 dimensional and was made by looking at his pixeled face on magazine advertisements and then copied using 2×2, 2×3, 2×4, and 2×6 bricks. He is still built and can stand on his own.
I made this guy when I was about 7 years old. He is mostly hollow, with a solid head. He was our dining table centerpiece for a long time. I added a Lego guitar and headset to him, and for Halloween I made him a skeleton mask. He was over 12 inches tall.
This is my turkey, one of my very first actual creations. I made him when I was about 6 years old. My mom was amazed because I disappeared into my room and emerged with him 20 minutes later, without using any instructions. He is still built many years later, and is our centerpiece every Thanksgiving.
This is a Turtle I built out of just basic bricks no special elements. I was inspired by Sean Kenny’s Turtles and wanted to make my own.
This is a new series that we will be doing all about Lego from when I was younger called “Time Travel Tuesday” (Even if it is not a Tuesday).