Out of all of Series 17 collectable minifigures, French Guy (and his insanely cute French bulldog), was the one minifigure I had to get, so much so that I didn't want to risk missing out and went ahead and Bricklinked him. And now that I had him I had to find him something to do - … Continue reading MOC – La Creperie
Probably my absolute, most favorite Lego set ever has to be #10193 - Medieval Market Village. I've reworked it to become Market Place - the 'Old Part' of my town and its cultural quarter. The blacksmiths is now a restaurant, the pub is still a pub and I've included #10199 Winter Village Toy Shop (which I've tried to … Continue reading Market Place
Just what my Lego Town needs - another place a grab a cup of coffee! A really quick and simple modification of the Gotham Energy Facility building from #70910 Scarecrow Special Delivery, (which I'll admit I only bought for the pizza delivery bike)! It's now the Gotham Energy Facility - my Lego Town's slickest new … Continue reading Gotham City Energy Facility
I'm totally obsessed with having fully enclosed buildings in my layout so I was chuffed when the Pizzeria from #7641 - City Corner ended up in a tub of second hand Lego I bought - giving me the perfect opportunity to fully enclose the Pizzeria from my set without having to spend too much on … Continue reading Lego MOC -Pizzeria
I recently bought a job lot of second hand Lego from DoneDeal.ie which contained just the cafe part from #4664 Marina So I expanded the cafe part to become a takeaway coffee shop with chill out deck on the roof. Inside there's a coffee machine, blender and display counter with cakes and pastries. There's nothing mind-blowing about it … Continue reading MOC/MOD – Paradise Cafe
The North Slob - one of my favourite places (and what a great name!). Now a bird sanctuary (in fact it's official name is Wexford Wildfowl Reserve), it's an area of land which has been reclaimed from the sea. This is the Pump House, built back in the mid 19th century to aid the drainage … Continue reading Knowing when it’s time to stop
My latest Lego MOC! Inspired by the architecture of the buildings in the SoHo district of New York. See here for more images and the interior.
A quick tutorial on how to make this pot belly/wood burning stove with Lego.