My brick building has been languishing for a while now, mostly because I moved my studio a year ago and still haven’t finished the new space yet. I still intend to build, but finishing the space may be delayed while I see to other things. Stay tuned for more updates.
Unfortunately, as is so often the case, life has intervened in building. While that means I haven’t been producing new work, it does not mean I have not been thinking about things to build, and if my schedule should clear, I have some strong new ideas about how to progress with my building projects.
Also on the table is a complete redesign of this site.
Stay tuned. More will follow.
I’m hoping you’ll see a lot more here in the coming year. I have an idea for a somewhat continuous micro build that I hope will result in continuous updates. In fact, the work I plan to put in to get to the point where I can engage in that build could easily fill a year’s worth of updates, so expect to see more here in the coming weeks and months.
I finally figured out a basic nanoscale mech that I like for a project I’ve been wanting to work on for some time. Now that I have that out of the way, the rest of the project can proceed.
Yeah, yeah, I need to work on my photos…
For whatever reason, building that Christmas tree the other day got me thinking about other Christmas themed builds. Mind you, I’m not usually a “Christmasy” kind of guy, but one has to admit the season is replete with imagery one can render in Lego.
So, here is my microscale build of Joseph and Mary’s journey to Bethlehem.