Inside the Tortured LEGO Mind

Hey everyone, Jason here. Today we are joined by the one and only Kristal. Why are you joining us today Krystal? Well, I have finally finished my third in a series of sculptures that give us a look inside the human mind. So, you’ve been working on this project for quite a long time. You built the first one five years ago, so maybe you should remind us what it actually was about. Yeah, um well the first one is

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World Turtle Kinetic LEGO Sculpture

Hey everyone, Jason here. Today we are going to take a look at Kristal’s latest model, which is the small sculpture of the World Turtle, also referred to as the Cosmic Turtle. If you are unfamiliar with the concept of the World Turtle, it’s an idea shared among several mythologies about how the earth travels through the universe, being supported by four elephants on the back a giant turtle. Terry Pratchett also used this concept as the backdrop for his

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The Bat – Kinetic LEGO Sculpture

Hey everyone, Jason here. Today I am excited to show you Kristal’s latest model which is this kinetic sculpture of a fruit bat also known as a flying fox. So there are four main components to the movement in this model. The first is in the stand which moves the entire model up and down, and the rest have to do with approximating the unique movement of a bat’s wings, which includes flapping them up and down, sweeping them forward

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Self Guided LEGO Vehicles

Hey everyone. Jason here. A few weeks ago my local LUG set up a LEGO display at the Ottawa Train Expo, and I was challenged by one of the other members to build a self-guided LEGO vehicle to drive through the layout, and today I’m going to show you what I did. It’s actually extremely simple. It all comes down to the power of… magnets. First, let’s take a look at the vehicles. I designed both of these OC Transpo

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Sisyphus LEGO Kinetic Sculpture

Hey everyone, Jason here. Today I’m excited to show you my latest custom LEGO model which is this kinetic sculpture of Sisyphus endlessly pushing his boulder. So, before I explain how all the mechanics work I thought I would show you the base of the model where I have depicted my interpretation of some of the scenes of Sisyphus’ life in this Greek relief style. On the front we have him in his chariot and horse attacking some of the

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LEGO city walkthrough Summer 2015! A 245 sq. ft. layout!

hey everybody its Jang here with my work in progress lego city layout have been getting regular updates on sections of this that have been changed over time but haven’t done a full walkthrough of the entire city and while so let’s change that now going to start in this corner with my fire apparatus and fire station which is actually been around for a good amount of time and surprisingly i still like it I haven’t gotten the desire

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LEGO Galloping Horse Kinetic Sculpture

Hey everyone, Jason here. Today I’m excited to show you my latest LEGO creation, which is this kinetic sculpture of a horse. So there’s quite a bit going on here to try and replicate the motion of a galloping horse including the obvious motion of the legs, the rocking up the body, the slight forward motion of the head, and also this little flick of the tail. So let’s take a look at what is going on. On this partial

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Kask Boyama Bölüm 2 | Maskeleme, Astar, Boya

We cleaned the helmet after sanding And when we were sure that everything is okay, we applied the masking process Our purpose here is that the sponges or the plastics in the helmet shouldn’t be painted We have to protect the other parts from the paint with that mask tape Now its time for the primer After primer we‘ll grind the paint Finally we are gonna control everything and we‘ll make the first layer of the surface Why are we

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