The original article, “Han bygger stora byggnadsverk i miniatyr”, appeared today in Sydsvenskan, a local Swedish newspaper. Below is a translation of the article into English. He builds great architecture in miniature By Alf Sjögren Published 22 January 2017 Emil Lidé has built the Lund Cathedral in Lego. Now his clever, small-scale builds have begun…
Was looking through some old photos and came across this. Built this a year ago as a funny way to announce the pending expansion of our family on Facebook 🙂 Photo quality is unfortunately not that great since this was taken with my old setup. Heavily inspired by Letranger Absurde‘s creations.
A MOC suggested by my son, inspired by his little sister on our tree swing.
Having visited an amusement park with a roller coaster that had a dragon’s head popping out of the wall along the ride, my son was adamant that we needed to build our own dragon cave, and so we did 🙂 The dragon’s head is a modified head of a tyrannosaurus from a lego set that…
My son required a house for one of his minifigs, but due to our small lego collection, we could only build part of the house. Oh well 🙂
After building our Mountain MOC my son informed me that there is also pond next to the mountain, so we had to do another MOC featuring this water feature 🙂
A MOC suggested by my son after a walk to a nearby “mountain”, which is actually more of a small hill 🙂
A small MOC made by me and my son together.