Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Legos over the winter break


Usually during my breaks between semesters I have the opportunity to get back into my old and favorite pass-time and medium to work in: building with Legos. Here is work in progress of a spaceship inspired by a model I made when I was in 1st grade 14 years ago and newer drawings of the ship. It is also supposed to be a ship in a sci-fi edge of the universe story based on the book of Revelations. I find it is more enjoyable and easier to create Lego models as well as other art when I have a dynamic story playing out in my mind. This model should be completed in the next week or so- usually doesn't take too long to create one of these. The only reason something like this would take so much time is that a majority of the model is made up as I go. Hopefully you like it! Have a wonderful Christmas Eve and a great Christmas tomorrow. What a blessed day it is to remember He came and why He came!

2 comments:

Em said...

Yo, Steven. Dropping by to wish you a Blessed Christmas! Hope you're having a wonderful time with your family and friends. Catch you around next semester.

Oh, yeah. And the LEGO SHIP is MEGAWESOME.

Pierre said...

back in my days, we didn't have all these fancy shmancy round lego pieces, we had square blocks and we had to walk 3 miles in the snow, uphill both ways just to get them...

But seriously, that looks badass and LEGOs are amazing.