Eurobricks member Lasse D has obtained and reviewed the 4999 Vestas Windmill. Although this exclusive promo set is only available to Vestas employees, we the general public can now see in greater detail what we are missing out on. :(
You can see a short video of the model to get a sense of the windmill’s size and functionality.
Flickr user Crimson Wolf shares a piece of his mind in a surrealist vignette accompanied by rhyming poetry. Don’t think I’m the only one with “issues.” Get a glimpse of the dark side of the mind and read the accompanied writing.
Alex Eylar really knows to how to conjure up an atmosphere with his photography techniques. Check out the professor’s lab and his mysterious device, brought to life by the ambient lighting and the amazing sci-fi realism in the details.
As part of my patriotic duty I bring you all my latest bit of fun: a generic Australian worker’s cottage. These are quite common in certain suburbs in most Australian cities and date back to the turn of the 20th Century. I kept the design fairly simple to facilitate repetition and variation, just like the real things.
I never expected to see the nose of a GE Dash-9 done well in LEGO. The double down slope is one of the most difficult shapes to achieve. By making clever use of a triangular flag Scott Wardlaw has finally pulled it off in this lovely eight-wide version of the locomotive. Seeing solutions like this is one big reason I love LEGO trains.