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!
The Darce-monster has got a new cage and toys for his upcoming birthday. I laid everything out really neatly and then he dug it all up, in what I hope was a fit of pure joy. Bless.
I have a bit of a doll collection going on, and am particularly fond of the quirky, gothic Monster High dolls. I picked up Rochelle Goyle in New York and knew she had to go to Paris. She’s a gargoyle with the Eiffel Tower on her dress! We did a silly photo project that elicited […]
On Saturday the 1st August some friends and I went along to the James May Lego House build at Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking. I mean, how could we not go? James May is attempting to build a life sized house out of Lego for his Toy Stories series. How many people have wanted to […]