“The wagon rests in winter, the sleigh in summer, the horse never.”

Hong Kong’s Schneider Chung (Schfio Factory) raised the highly coveted “Best Sculpture” award at last weekend’s BrickFair Virginia for his work on this lovely but as yet untitled horse. Some of the photos coming out of Virginia are very interesting and no doubt Brother Dan will have something to say about it in the near future, once he recovers from the inevitable post-convention hangover. I’m not talking about booze either, in my experience builders seem to come away from conventions either hungover from too much Lego fanatic action, wanting nothing to do with the brick for a while, or fired up to go home and build. I hope Schneider is in the latter category because it is always good to see something new from him in my photostream.


4 comments on ““The wagon rests in winter, the sleigh in summer, the horse never.”

  1. stevethesquid

    My ‘hangover’ came from the fact that I had so much fast food during brickfair that my immune system took a hike, and I got a cold in the middle of summer!

    BTW during the entire convention, this horse was being ridden by War Machine XD

  2. kaletad

    The sense of motion and posing make this a wonderful piece. While the eyes might not be the most realistic, elements like the tail reenforce that this is not a literal translation of the animal – it almost takes on Assyrian qualities.

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