The soul sword!

Here are some photos of the soul sword from Shadowhunters! I was proud of this build because I put it together in two hours before Oz Comic-Con Melbourne. I am so happy with how it turned out. And of course it was wielded by Jace himself!

The USS Discovery NCC-1031

I think Discovery was by far one of the most challenging builds I have ever done. It took over a year to complete, and a lot of false starts. When I build I want to get every angle just right, and the angles of Discovery’s stardrive section didn’t work well with LEGO (R) bricks. The…

“Welcome back to the Colonial Fleet”

I’ve been rewatching Battlestar: Galactica, and I thought I would revisit the Battlestar Pegasus. It was my first big creation, and it was the first creation I made that took nearly a year to build. I have to say I am proud of it! And I wish it was still built. I hope to rebuild…

Studio! (And Atlantis)

The hot goss in the LEGO (R) community seems to be Bricklink’s new program called Studio, so I decided to give it a go, and WOW! I am impressed. It has finally given me a platform I find easy to use to design creations digitally, with a huge parts library. It also has functions that…

Oz Comic-Con Melbourne

I had a fantastic weekend at Oz Comic-Con Melbourne. It was great to have a full table display alongside the Melbourne Lego User Group (MUGs). The highlight was showing off Discovery only a few days after it was finished and the new Shadowhunters sword! Overall the feedback was great and it was good to display…

An update!

I haven’t posted in a while, but I have still been building. Discovery is nearly finished! It mainly needs details on the saucer and warp nacelles now, and a new stand. I also have a few other creations in the works, two of which are from shows I have not built from before! There will…

Throwback to the Enterprise-E

The Enterprise-E is one of my favourite starships from the sci-fi genre, and one of the Lego creations I have always wanted to build. Yet, it’s a model I often forget about. I have very few photos, and because, at the time, I was so disappointed in the end result, I pretended it never happened….

More progress on The Discovery!

I know I’ve disappeared for a while, but I’ve still been building. I have finally come up with a design for the front of the warp nacelles of Discovery that I am happy with. I have also completely rebuilt the stardrive section to make it much more structurally sound and able to support the weight…

Destiny instructions are finished!

The building instructions for my mini-Destiny are ready! You can access them (along with the Daedalus on the building instructions page or in this post). As always, any feedback is most welcome. Happy building! I haven’t decided what’s next, but there’s a good chance it will be Prometheus, or something from Star Trek or Battlestar:…

Return to the Gate Stargate Convention

I had my  Daedalus and Stargate models on display at the Return to the Gate Stargate event in Melbourne, where I got the stands for both autographed by Amanda Tapping and Richard Dean Anderson, respectively. Both are wonderful people. It was great to have the models on display, and to get some fantastic feedback. I…