Quoting Ryan T. M.
so.. when does the new mech bay come out?
I have to finish my summer series shows called the "Kids Kingdom". I put all my green LEGO in to the boxes of "Event LEGO" that I use during the public building events.
Then I will sort out the green LEGO, so I can build it in to Mech Bay 16. Stay tuned!
... every builder has his secret... il tell mine... what i do is: i put headphones in and i listen to heavy rock, then, switch to slow rock, than, something dark and slow but still very angry sounding, than something happy, than a LOT of heavy rock... its my fav... and the music controls me... im a different lego builder without music... u can see the difference of my non-music creations and music ones.... idk what it is... well... heres what describes it best... a qoute: "let the music be your master" -led zeppelin! so whats ur secret?
Quoting Ryan T. M.
i cant wait for the new project
Hey RTM! I want to finish my White NXT Quad, I want to make a new Mech Bay BAD!!! I want to redesign Jama in to a Rover with articulated armature, I want to build the Robo Quad in to a kind of RG Styled Mecha, I want to make another Mech Bay ALSO for the BLACK BEAR. I also have a BLACK NXT that is calling to meeeee! Mostly I want to see the CMC wrapped up!
Quoting George Kemper
Eric did I see some where that you may be working on a new project? Cant wait till its done!-George
I have a couple. I was working on a White NXT Quad. I put that aside to work on the Mechanical Chassis' I created for a series of mechanical building classes I will be teaching at Storming-Robots(.com) this summer. I also have a series of events and shows during the summer which has taken my attention away from building.
LEGOMASTER 2009 Summer Events:
Maybe after these shows I can settle in again and build.
hey!! you inspired me to make heavy mechas... my previous attempts were blocky... but i got better.. thank you for the inspiration... this is the product of it: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/128337 just go there... its pretty good... not as good as your mechs but still good! well have a nice day- Ryan
What a cool space. I love the use of the drafting file cabinets for part storage.
I like it
June 1, 2009
Eric - Thank you for that glimpse into Sean's studio. I was actually most interested in how he sorts, organizes and keeps his LEGO. ...so your photos helped to quell that. And as far as the whole 'it smells like paint' thing that Kelso brought up ...good point. I think that Sean should leave a few open containers of turpentine around to give it that 'artsy' smell.
What a great tour, Eric! Thanks so much for posting this. Speaking as an artist, his studio looks so much like the ones we have here in Indianapolis...only he's got the best of both worlds: a studio space for an artist, but instead of oil paint and fumes everywhere its Lego! Heaven. Just sheer Heaven. Say, most studios smell like paint...did Seans have that Lego smell?
he must be the luckiest AFOL in the world, and his sculpting talents are beyond amazing. you, sir, made me sooo jealous on your visit at Seans studio. (I'm getting better now...)*sigh...the things I could do with those bricks...