First, I would like to make it clear that this is in no way an official LEGO website. It is not affiliated with, or endorsed by, The LEGO Group. It is one site by one fan. That's all. And, I should also add that the word "LEGO" is a trademark of The Lego Group, who reserve all rights blah blah blah.
With that out of the way, there's not a lot here right now. Hopefully I'll have the time and the drive to polish this part of my site up in the coming days. But for now, here's a couple things...
Well, ok, there's only one thing here now, and it's not even that good, but
here's a few renders of a small panetteria
Something that's not here, but is somewhere else, is a collection of models I built for use with the game BrikWars. BrikWars is a tabletop wargame that allows you to design
and build your own vehicles and troops with (cough cough) any brand of construction
toy you want. Anyway, I posted my report of the battle to Jain's Guide.
I've recently added a page about the VolksWagen B3 Personal Interstellar Craft.
Even more recently, I added a page about a Customised
LEGO Minifig that I made for a game I'm in.
I created a page about NELUG's recent Medieval BrikWars Event.
I made a movie about the Aeolis, a flying
A few photos of some interesting sets I've managed to collect. Old, or just
Some places to learn more about the hobby.
|Official LEGO Group Webpage||The official webpage of The LEGO Group.|
|LUGNET is the LEGO User's Group Network, a place on-line to meet and discuss all things LEGO. It also houses a comprehensive set database, a "Cool LEGO Site of the Week" section, and many links to other sites.|
|The Construction Site||A great store here in Waltham, Massachusetts, which carries an extensive selection of LEGO and LEGO DACTA sets, as well as many other construction toy brands.|
|NELUG||The New England LEGO User's Group is a new group in the process of bringing together LEGO users in the New England area.|