Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Monday, May 20, 2013
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
This is my first creation that I fully glued together. It took four small tubes of crazy glue. It pains me to say it, but gluing was actually kind of fun!
It's being used for one of the prizes in the ibikefresno.org Million Mile Challenge. So, go ride your bike, maybe it'll be yours!
Monday, May 13, 2013
My father-in-law commissioned this as a valentine for his wife. Perched precariously on a single stud for support, it went into self-destruct mode many times during the build.
It made it safely to it's new home, but I may end up gluing it sometime in the future.
Commissioned for my friend's wedding, this is my largest single object build to date. At just about four feet long and 12 inches wide, it was quite the behemoth to transport. The barnacles were the most time consuming to build. The pier has twelve legs, each with 4 uniquely decorated sides, totaling 48 individual panels. I used up almost all my white 1x1 plates!
Birdhouse In Your Soul, a set on Flickr.
Built for the Transparency group art exhibit at the Sorenson Gallery in Fresno, CA. The goal was to express transparency in some way. I decided to use both light and the exposed internals of the wall to do it.
Spaceballs! Built for the "Mi-Fi" - Microscale Sci-fi LEGO contest. I hade originally thought of making the space diner, but I wanted something more iconic that I could really reduce to super-tiny scale.
My brother got his boss for secret Santa in 2011 and commissioned this build to give him. Working on a small scale and making it durable enough to give away was a challenge. However, no gluing was required.