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Lemon Basset Wedding Cake Topper

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Here is a recent commission I did of a LEGO Lemon Basset Wedding Cake Topper, based on my previous Basset Cake Topper. I hadn’t realized before this one that Bassets come in a variety of “flavors.” πŸ™‚ The key modifications here were to use tan colors instead of browns & blacks,

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Some Company Logo

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The LEGO company logo (above in LEGO) — though this is not the complete square of the recognizable logo, it is enough of the whole to “give it away.” Β For all of my LEGO mosaics that I have kids build at events, there can be a “small mosaic” and a “large mosaic.” Here is my […]

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LEGO Tools: Graph Paper (in scale — side view)

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[Update 8/7/12 — I just did a revision of my old LEGO Graph Paper; the thumbnail above is new, and the attached PDF is new; all the other info below is the same.] This is a brief follow-up to my previous post on using graph paper as a tool for LEGO building. That article talked […]

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Children’s Event

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LEGO Mosaic Building Event Greenville, SC
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Tomorrow, Tuesday August 7th we’ll be doing a free children’s LEGO mosaic build at the Educator’s Marketplace in Greenville, SC.

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My Favorite Secret Agent — as seen at BrickMagic 2012

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This was probably the most popular LEGO mosaic we did for BrickMagic 2012. Easily recognizable, and from a very popular Disney Channel cartoon. He’s definitely *my* favorite secret agent. The build is made up of 24 16×16 baseplates built with 2×2 bricks.

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Every Plumber Needs his Princess!

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This is the princess mosaic we did as a corollary mosaic with Some Italian Plumber. Both of these mosaics were our smallest, at only 3 of the 16×16 baseplates wide by 4 high.

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Some Italian Plumber — As Seen at BrickMagic 2012

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For this post I’d like to walk you through the LEGO Mosaic Event as much as possible without you stopping by and bricking yourself. As you approached our table at BrickMagic you would see a bunch of kids (and even some adults) building something. I or one of my assistants would ask, “Would you like […]

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Some Smart Kid — as seen at BrickMagic 2012

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This smart kid comes from one of our family’s favorite tv shows. If you visited our event on Saturday at BrickMagic, we only attempted to put Phineas together once, before we realized that I had miscalculated the number of light blue pieces I needed for the background. πŸ™ Fortunately, a trip to the Raleigh LEGO […]

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Some Famous Frog — as seen at BrickMagic 2012

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This Famous Frog is one of the mosaics we used for our event at BrickMagic this past weekend. Note the smaller version on the left, and the double-sized version that lots of kids helped us build. We’ll be posting more of the mosaics and more pictures from the event over the next few days.

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