I, Kenith Truesdale, founded The LEGO Junkyard back in 2003, when it was called the Kuat Drive Yards for a while. But where did it all start you may ask? Well, here you go. I started LEGO when I was very little, making small spaceships (basically multicolered baseplates with a few brick on it and very strange minifig sitting on top). When I first saw the original Star Wars trilogy, I immediately began creating Star Wars models like the X-Wing, and other Star Wars stuff. I admit, they were very horrible, but over the years, I got better and better, so that soon people actually knew that my X-wing was an X-Wing. But as I started to get good, I wanted others too see my creations, and view other people's. Where did I resort to? The internet, of course. I found MOCpages after searching Google for some stuff. I created a MOCpage known as the Kuat Drive Yards, but it took a few months before any MOCs were put up. Since then, my LEGO building skills have increased, as well as my quantity of parts. I have particular interest in building Star Wars™ MOCS, but I aslo biuld Bionicle, and even other Sci-Fi models, including some from Halo. I absolutely love constructive critisism, it helps my skills grow, and more skill is always welcome to me. So please, if you leave low feedback, and even if you didn't, please explain why you gave it that rate, it helps a ton. Thanx for supporting my MOCs, guys.
NEW! Star Wars: Rise of Chaos Series!
That's right. After years of mainly making MOCs that replicate previously created things (e.g. AT-ST, A-Wing, etc.), I decided to start my own story, and turn it into a LEGO comic series. It takes place approximately 20 years after Return of the Jedi. Construction on Episode 1 has already begun, but a set release date has yet to have been made. Enjoy!
I am currently working on two main LEGO projects. First, is a Rebel X-Wing Starfighter, minifig scale, that I'm actually hoping to complete a tapered fuselodge this time. And the next, and by far the biggest project I've ever done, is may one minifig scale, very large, space battleship. It will be very detailed, and hopefully will actually be finished this time, lol.
December 16, 2005 - After a long, hard, break from LEGO, I have finally gottem back into it, and I'm feeling great. You've probably noticed this place has changed quite a bit since back in April, when I was last active here. Thanks for everyone's wonderful feedback.
-Kenith Truesdale, founder of The LEGO Junkyard