A LEGO Brickumentary is finally out on home video! As many of you know, BrickNerd Studios produced over 8 minutes of original animation for this film, and it was a fantastic opportunity. If you love the brick (you must, you're ready my mostly terrible blog) you'll love this heart warming and informative documentary about how LEGO touches the lives of so many around the world.
This is pretty cool! Thanks to the limitless possibilities of EV3 and the creative brain of JK Brickworks we can now watch a LEGO machine build a LEGO mosaic. Not only that, but he created some excellent videos to document not only the working machine, but some of the progress in building it. It's mesmerizing to watch, and fascinating to learn how it all came together.
DJ, artist and LEGO aficionado Arran Hearn has updated his Technics DJ setup and there's a really cool video to go along with it. I've never actually touched a real DJ setup before, but I've done my fair amount of damage to my own turntables and records over the years.
I remember being a kid and going to the local K-Mart. Out front there was always a small assortment of completely awful quarter rides. I don't recall ever riding on one however until I was a teen, odd. If this had been out front though, you would have never talked me off of it!
I am quite honored to have a key member of Brotherhood Workshop, Kevin Ulrich, working with me on a super top secret animation project. While I can't share any details of that (yet) there is a new video from LEGO and Brotherhood Workshop on YouTube. Enjoy!