This pegasus sculpture by Edulyoung is beautiful enough to highlight here, but the Technic pedestal reveals there’s more to this flying LEGO horse than pretty white bricks. This video of the pegasus in motion quite literally took my breath away. Via Legobloggen.
We’ve featured Brickshelfer edulyoung several times here on The Brothers Brick, often for rather complicated, large-scale sculptures. This time, I’m highlighting edulyoung’s LEGO creations for their beautiful simplicity: Somewhere between minifig and miniland scale, edulyoung’s characters are truly unique. The woman’s costume deserves a closer look: Based on the striped sleeves (and the text in Continue reading →
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