I know, I know: “Everybody is doing Brickworld recaps – why do YOU have to jump on the bandwagon, Dennis?”
I’m doing this not only because I can, mostly, but also because the more perspectives on Brickworld we can share with those of you in the community who weren’t there, the better. Hopefully, I can bring a different perspective, or possibly feature some aspect of Brickworld others may have missed.
Ok, I’m also doing it because I’ve got this whole “Nyah, nyah, na-na nyah! I was there and you weren’t,” thing going on.
Rather than present this in the same basic format we use to showcase MOCs, I’m doing it my way. That’s right, I made a comic. This might seem long but it’ll go by fast, just like Brickworld did.
About this creation
I believe the models at the bottom of this page are the work of Anthony Sava. Ben and Anthony are heavily involved with Classic-Castle.com a great site for all of us castle freaks.
Quoting Brad Jasko
I wish I could've gone.Very funny comic, by the way.Say, where is it next year?
June 17-20, I believe. Brickworld's home is the City of the Big Shoulders, Chicago.
I like it
June 24, 2009
Quoting Dennis Price
George, you're a fine young man and probably far too generous in your assessment of me. I am excited to see what becomes of "Project X" -- keep me updated as it comes along. We had a great time, huh? I'm seriously considering redoing the pizza parlor as a two-story and using your lighting system in it. But first, I've gotta sort all this stuff -- then Medieval Marketplace!
***Yes, I still think that picture makes me look like I'm begging you to get those things away from me!
Check out the Project X group I just made a comment stateing exactly what I'm doing.-Goerge
I like it
June 24, 2009
Great job Dennis! Oh and I like the little comentary of my scene, though you never asked permision to place your minifig on it grrrrr! No I'm just jokeing. Again it was great to meet you and I cant wait till next year.-George
Great way to present the pics, Dennis. Like a kid after Christmas, all I can do now is play with the toys I got and start counting down for next year. The best part of all, though, was the people, and frankly I'm already homesick for my friends. Thank God for the internet. Drop me an email one of these days with your phone number, and we'll hook up outside of the usual comments section of MOCpages. Thanks for a mountain of laughter, and we'll talk soon!
hehe, thanks for sharing that ^^ looks like it was a lot of fun, oh and a lot of work editing that many pics ^^ and I saw that minifighters of yours, I'm glad you displayed them :)
I like it
June 23, 2009
Excellent recap Dennis! Stacy and I can't believe how fast the week went by. We're still recovering and we miss you all already. Keep building those 4-wides and other cool stuff. We will need more/new stuff for next year.
And you know after 3 days... my legs STILL hurt from that. 250 pounds my butt! I was wondering how long it would take for that pic to show up here. Thanks for the coverage Dennis! Man that went by WAY too fast. At least like Brian B said, next year... the hotel is OURS! MUHAHAHAHA ~ Chris.
Thanks Dave! I really wanted my pic of you and Stacy in here too because ya'll are most awesome, but it's too blurry. I guess I'll stalk you guys on flickr!
btw, I think Kelsey's getting Creator Set #4956 very soon. She's been bitten by the bug!
Actually, there were only 2,000 figs. Lovely pics, and it was a pleasure meeting you and your lovely family. I am already looking forward to next year, and have starting planning out my build. You should see the damage I have been doing to my Visa on bricklink already - darn you guys and all your great ideas that inspired me. Lee.