Monthly Archives: August 2006

A Processional of Minifig Catholics

Michael Jasper should by now be well known to readers of this blog. In his latest update, Michael has posted a highly detailed processional of (what I assume to be) a Catholic cardinal, priests, choir boys, and nuns. The whole scene is surrounded by dozens of other unique minifigs playing out their own little dramas:

To make sure you don’t miss any of the mini-scenes Martin has included in the background of his processional, I’ll link to the first picture instead of the usual gallery. Click the Next links to see lots of great surprises.

Legohaulic’s Floating Rock

I don’t recall who built the first floating rock (commenters, please enlighten me!), but more and more builders are making these really cool little creations. Legohaulic’s presents an excellent rock inhabited by an “eccentric inventor”:

Here’s the inventor’s unique mode of conveyance, parked on a second, smaller rock:


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Horace Cheng’s Mehve/Möwe from Miyazaki’s Nausicaä

Horace Cheng continues his series of creations inspired by Hayao Miyazaki movies with princess Nausicaä’s “mehve” (or “möwe,” which means “seagull” in German), from the 1984 film Nausicaä of the Valley of Wind (click for gallery):

Horace also puts a beast from Star Wars to good use as a “bird-horse”:


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