“To build… or not to build”

That is the question. And the answer is yes. #rebuildtheworld … Today’s mashup is courtesy of The LEGO Movie‘s character William Shakespeare and The LEGO Batman Movie‘s villain Eraser (aka Lenny Fiasco). Behind the Scenes I enjoy sharing a look at the process behind my work and my creative journey. Photography has long been myContinue reading ““To build… or not to build””

The darkest hour is just before dawn

I thought I would share something new today: a Lighting Recipe where I show exactly how I lit this shot. I am partial to low key photography with soft lighting – placing emphasis on only specific areas of the frame using light, otherwise dark tones throughout, and with a smooth transition between light and shadow. Continue reading “The darkest hour is just before dawn”

‘I attempted to rise, but was not able to stir…’

This is my entry in Brickcentral’s monthly themed activity: #bcteamwork Our goal was to craft a scene where several minifigures/characters join forces, doing something epic, or cute, or crazy, or something very simple. Totally up to us. Our guidelines: use LEGO minifigures/characters (more than 4 different minifigures/characters please!) only new pictures use the hashtags #brickcentralContinue reading “‘I attempted to rise, but was not able to stir…’”

Yippee ki-yay, kids!!!

It’s #spacecowboysaturday and this wrangler is ready to ride! … Today’s character features a mashup of parts, consisting mostly of Apocalypse Benny from the LEGO Movie 2. The black horse (with movable legs) is from The Lord Of the Rings theme and was included in two LEGO sets: 9472 Attack on Weathertop and 79007 BattleContinue reading “Yippee ki-yay, kids!!!”

‘What is thy bidding, my master?’

For me, it just had to be Darth Vader for #revengeofthefifth Our LEGO collection is at the point that we can almost muster a small army of Vaders. Out of curiosity, I just took a quick look at Bricklink and saw 27 unique Vader minifigures to choose from – more than I would have guessed.Continue reading “‘What is thy bidding, my master?’”