This month we had three entries to the build challenge. The challenge was to build something based on a literature theme. Continue reading May 2017 Building Challenge- Bricks and Books
The PFx brick project on Kickstarter has relaunched here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/fxbricks/pfx-brick-special-fx-for-lego-creations, and I’m just as excited about it as I was last time.
I’m all for using 3rd party electronics in LEGO – especially using this sort of thing to revive discontinued systems like Monorail, and I’m really excited about this project for a couple reasons:
- They’re partnering with Brickstuff to make easy connections to those very excellent lights.
- They’re taking a great approach to remote control with their IR system – having to pair a “smart brick” with a phone or tablet is really a pain at a big public show – especially when you walk awak and your train stops…
Head on over to their Kickstarter page and take a look. They’re about 135 “deluxe” packages away from being funded, with 16 days left.
last weekend, we displayed the latest iteration of our ever-expanding Moonbase collaboration at Brickfair New England 2017. Continue reading Moonbase at Brickfair New England 2017
Our April monthly build contest was the most popular yet with 21 different builds. See the full assortment below. Continue reading April 2017 Building Challenge — Mini Modulars
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.