What is currently going on in the world of #legohistory, the #legostudies and especially what is happening right now on History's Bricks? I'll keep you up to date here on my news site. Get an insight into wips, community buildings, thoughts and more.
May 28, 2020
Bricksbypidy created a highly detailed build of a modern warfare scene in the desert He placed an oasis scene similiar to mine and used my dromedary design with the instructions that I offer you all for free here. It's great to see people using my designs!
May 26, 2020
As you all loved my dromedaries, I created an instruction for my dromedaries that you can download here for free!
May 22, 2020
For a contest in my Latin course I had the challenge to draw/create etc. a camel. I of course decided to use LEGO bricks for my depiction. Well I did not only managed to build some beautfiul dromedaries I also created a whole scene for them to show them better. I will post the scene in the coming days on my Social Media accounts. For now here's a little sneak peek.
May 21, 2020
Mixing different media forms is nothing new in the LEGO universe. A lot of toy photographers do this on a regular basis and place LEGO figures in an environment that is not built of LEGO bricks. However, what we rarely see is that LEGO dioramas use dirt, bricks, and debris as in well-known model building dioramas. That often looks rather unusual, mostly the scales do not fit. Bricknerd_photography on Instagram, however, made some that are very well done. See for yourself!
May 20, 2020
Milo_bricks on Instagram delivers us on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the end of WW2 in Europe a beautiful build showing people celebrating the end of the war at a town hall in Denmark. Denmark itself has been liberated by British troops just some days before on May 5, 1945.
May 19, 2020
I am currently finishing my article about the Scholl siblings. In it I not only focus on my LEGO presentation, but also on the place where I photographed it and what the scenery means. Here is a little foretaste.