Hello, and welcome to my little corner of the LEGO world!
Just having turned the Big SIX-O this past February, I am a late-in-life AFOL, having been introduced to LEGO through my two young grand-kids.
Couple this with the release of the LEGO Movie last year, and recent visits to some extremely impressive LEGO exhibits, I have become quite hooked.
I did not have, or play with, LEGO when I was a kid, so I never experienced any ‘dark ages’. Everything ABS is new to me as of early 2015!
My approach to LEGO building is a bit unique – As I have enjoyed a life-long hobby of graphic arts and cartooning, most of my LEGO projects reflect these endeavors. My LEGO world is populated with brick-built figures featured either as single-scene cartoons, or in story format. Minifig scenarios are built and photographed in the style of a comic strip.
In short, I have found LEGO to be a highly challenging, but excellent, medium for 3D cartooning!
When encountering the various constructs on this page, please bear in mind that most of them go far beyond the often-times simplistic thumbnail photo on the title page.
Some of them are made up of as many as half a dozen different individual MOCs!
Various Minifig ‘comic strips’ are embedded in the features, as well.
I sincerely hope you enjoy the MOCs and the zany, off-the-wall, irreverent humor featured on this page.
Comments and critiques are highly welcomed.
(Note: Beginning on August 20th, 2015, I started the process of uploading new photos in all of my posts that include dialogue call-outs and other 'cartoony' graphic features. Makes 'em look a lot more like comic strips!)