My friend Hannah and I decided to try out some stop motion animation with my vast collection of Lego. Our initial ideas were very ambitious, but we quickly scaled back in favour of figuring out how it even worked. This meant turning things into skeletons!
You glow Glen glow glow. My spooky ghost is 20 years old or something. I couldn’t get him to glow as well as Vamp.
Used up my willpower not spending all my birthday money on the lego simpsons house or haunted mansion. Opted for something smaller, but still awesome. This is the vampyre hearse. The coffin in the back can flip up which is pretty cool. I may have hit myself in the face with the vamp by ignoring the warning pic in the instructions… it has lots of little details & Argos was selling it off. Goes with my other lego car that has a ghost and some skulls. We like spooky in Jaz Towers.
I have lego figures above my front and first internal door. They are now all waving, looking down, and facing you as you walk through. Some days I really reject being an adult. Today is one of those days.
At Death’s Donut.
The most recent addition. Maggie visited France with us.
Simpsons lego! Argos gave me a £10 voucher. I was going to be sensible and put it towards something I needed, but I’ve had a lot of boring expenses lately (admin fees, chairs). This seemed more fun. I now have two Barts, so one is called Bort.
Bart Simpson lego minifig. It was only a matter of time! “You’re a bread compartment”
I’ve been told many times before that fighting a cold can be a case of mind over matter. Knowing I have to drive almost 300 miles tomorrow has made this a necessity.
I’m a bit jealous of this and I don’t even like Star Wars that much.