Author: David B.

Having fun with Lego Dinosaurs

  I’ve loved dinosaurs for as long as I can remember (and honestly, who doesn’t?) but I never had Lego Dinosaurs until a couple of weeks ago. This changed with the current Jurassic World sets. And surprisingly, the sets I find the most interesting are...

Building Lego Ninjago City – Part Eight

      Today, we’re building the comic book shop that’s near the crab restaurant. Introducing Ninjago City’s own Comic Book Guy:     He seems much friendlier and sociable than his more famous counterpart from another city. You gotta love the super vintage and...

Lego Rey and BB-8 on Jakku

    Back at trying to take pictures with Lego with Rey and BB-8 going on a walk on Jakku at dusk.   I’m not too happy with this one, I wish I could have had the sky in the frame somehow, but the sea...

Lego Batman and Friends at the Pool

  When my daughter got the Lego Friends Pool, I knew what I had to do my Lego Batman Movie figures. You know which ones:     Now, it’s one thing to take fun pictures, but I should get back to taking good pictures, don’t...

Building Lego Ninjago City – Part Seven

  Finally, all of my hosting issues seem to finally be resolved (I may or may not tell you about it on my other blog). So it’s time for an update on this blog (and many more after that one). Today it’s part seven of...

Lego Collectible Minifigures – Series 18

  When I first laid my eyes on the (then) upcoming Series 18 of the Lego Collectible Minifigures I didn’t know what to think. Yes, at first look, they were all very fun-looking, a few even qualified as “awesome”, but upon further reflection, I wasn’t...

Building Lego Ninjago City – Part Six

  Today, we’re building the sixth bag of Lego Ninjago City, that is the second and last level of Old Town.     Starting with a small apartment (a bachelor’s pad?) in more or less Japanese style :   To assist my alter ego today,...

Hanami Photoshoot with the Lego Geisha

  “Hanami” (literally “flower watching” in Japanese) is everyone’s favorite activity in Japan late March, early April. It consists in watching the cherry blossoms that are ubiquitous all over the country. It also often consists in eating and drinking a lot with friends and/or coworkers,...