For our March 2017 meeting, we decided to make the building challenge construction-themed. The rules were that the MOC had to fall into the construction theme (aka made of LEGO) and fit into a 1x1x1ft container.
I LUG NY members were challenged to come up with Rovers for our first Monthly Building Challenge of 2017…Febrovery!
FebRovery is a themed building activity hosted over on flickr. To learn more visit https://www.flickr.com/groups/1841195@N22/discuss/ Continue reading I LUG NY Monthly Building Challenge for February 2017-FebRovery!
Check out the latest project submitted to LEGO Ideas by Kurt. It’s a scale-model of Grand Central Terminal in the style of the LEGO Architecture series!
Continue reading LEGO Ideas Grand Central Terminal
Here is the result of our two stop-motion animation workshops at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center in January. Lots of creativity all around! Thanks to all who came out.
Coming soon to the Stamford Museum & Nature Center in Stamford, CT! Continue reading A Billion Bricks 4: Superheroes in Gotham
BrickFair Virginia was a great opportunity for ILUGNY to show off our “8x” NYC Skyline. Watch our interview with Matt Kay of Beyond the Brick and then stick around to watch us assemble the skyline (for the third time).
We discovered when we set the skyline up initially that it was heavy enough to curve the table, and make the tops of the buildings noticeably closer. So, this is the third attempt, with a giant (improvised) wooden base under the whole thing.
Lives were brightened through LEGO on Tuesday, July 26th.
Volunteers from Goldman Sachs Community Teamworks and I LUG NY members Bill Murphy and Brian Wygand were honorary Fairy Bricks fairies for the day. We all helped young patients and their siblings build LEGO sets that were donated to the Department of Pediatrics at Kravis Children’s Hospital at Mt. Sinai in Manhattan. Continue reading Fairy Bricks, Goldman Sachs and I LUG NY at Department of Pediatrics at Kravis Children’s Hospital at Mount Sinai
We had some very talented animators at our “Lights, Camera, Action!” animation workshop at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center this past February. Here is the final result of their work.
Participants worked at one of three stations in two separate sessions.