These bricks and plates may look “Normal” but they are not. Standard Lego bricks have a fear of odd numbers. Sure, there’s plenty of 1x’s and a 2×3, but that’s the limit. There are plenty of times when you think … Continue reading →
Finished version. Still not entirely crazy about the front bits, but that giant awful bug head was a tough work around. I went with four legs (thought about even going with six) and no minifig. A variety of wings on … Continue reading →
I had a hell of a time getting the image to render the way I wanted it on this one and I’m completely dissatisfied with the final product. It’s my fault for once again straying from the mission, as no bricks were made custom in this production. The “mortar” joints on the brick block don’t show up at all so I’m not sure how do make it look right without putting it on an even larger scale, and meanwhile the joints on the pipes are all I notice. UGH.
I’m also surprised at the complete lack of anyone attempting to made Mario World in Lego before now. I’ve found cast members and a Donkey Kong level, but nothing with pipes and hills and Bullet Bills.
My current builders don’t recognize many of the newer bricks I used in my last build, so I had to download yet another program to add in the various bricks. Meanwhile, the new program isn’t directly compatible with Blender so I have to run it through two different programs to get it there, one of which has a chance of eating various bricks. Fun!
So my new render isn’t done, so here’s a fun article about a working Lego camera.