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  1. 15mm Planetary Defense Cannon

    It's been a while since I posted anything 15mm. To rectify, I present a planetary defense canon made from bases, found objects, and Lego.
  2. Studs for the Stud Throne! LEGO Warhammer 40k
  3. http://www.hodderscape.co.uk/11-majestic-handmade-dune-sandworms/ I just noticed the second one is actually a worm sign. Augh.
  4. Giant Lego versions of the USS Missouri (and a smattering of other ships)- http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3211458/Fisherman-51-spent-three-years-building-world-s-biggest-Lego-model-warship-USS-Missouri-beaten-just-inches-American-rival.html
  5. https://www.flickr.com/photos/xenomurphy/16424818798/?rb=1 A TARDIS interior made of Lego, all used straight as-is, so far as I understand it. Nicely done.
  6. LEGO Movie

    I just saw the The LEGO Movie tonight with my 15 year old son and my parents and, in essence, "everything is awesome"! It's funny, fast and furious and the animators responsible for pulling together all the scenes must have had SO MUCH FUN! It's definitely much more an adult movie than a kid's movie, as it's full of all sorts of references to pop culture and LEGO history that will definitely hit the mark for most over-40 LEGO Builders and the many of the savvy over-30's. At our showing there were numerous points where belly laughs erupted throughout the theatre, as well as some honestly felt cheering and well deserved clapping. The few really young kids in the audience may have gotten a bit bored in a couple of places, but most of the film was filled with enough frenetic action to make up for that. Totally Five Stars! ★★★★★
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