It’s been way too long for one of these communications so here’s a Star Wars miniature that was made recently in the May festival of Lego.
Here’s another couple of Lego models for me to catalogue. These came attached to one of those magazines that cost around GBP5. But I think the models look quite cool.
It’s probable that the U-Wing is part of the rebellion against the established government of the galaxy. If we use a neo-con view of the world then we would probably think they are rebel scum, all those terrible people fighting for the rights of everyone. Could it be that they are the bad side?
This is a Lego beach buggy. It’s pretty rad and I think you should chuck some Beach Boys on a music player somewhere.
This is a Lego model which has a pull-back spring motor. It’s pretty fast and good looking.
In the most recent season of Lego we have the latest addition to the family:
It’s a thing from a movie.
Possibly the last one from the mid-year season. This is a Guardians / Avengers mix-up. I’m not sure if I know which part of the MCU this actually comes from but that doesn’t matter. It’s got Groot.
Here’s the latest offering from Fooyah. A lovely little plane from the Lego universe.
It’s a mini-Lego season soon and for reasons that shall remain hidden some of the Lego has already been made.
Looking rather ’20s here is Penguin’s Arctic Roller. Another view here:
Here’re two views of the latest addition to the Lego collection. This is a bulldozer?
There was a mini Lego season recently and this is the first beast from that. Ladies and Gentlemen I give you the RC Racer:
This beast uses a lovely little IR transmission system. It’s pretty well designed and have 4 channels just in case you are near other systems.
Possibly the only drawback is that the battery pack takes SIX AA batteries, but then that does give a decent about of power. It’s the same battery pack as the Excavator I built about a year ago.
In this picture (above) you can see the right (front) and left (rear) motors along with the battery pack and IR receiver.