From time to time we'll talk with some builders from the online community about their creations, their journeys in the community, and their other experiences.
Not long ago we had a blast interviewing LEGO fan John Klapheke, and today we’re back with another interview, this time with InnovaLUG member Gareth Gidman. You can see more of Gareth’s work on his Flickr photostream. That said, let’s jump right into Gareth’s fresh perspective on the LEGO hobby!
There’s one LEGO builder whose name has almost become synonymous with the color purple: Jaap Bijl, or Jaapxaap on Flickr. But of course Jaap builds so much more than just purple fantasy creations, and we were glad to get a chance to ask him a few questions about his take on the LEGO hobby. So without further ado, let’s delve in!
LEGO space MOCer billyburg recently posted his LEGO Ideas project, the Lunar Exploration Geological Outpost. I was very impressed with the build, and think it has a good chance at becoming a set if it reaches the required 10,000 supporters. You can help get it there by supporting it on LEGO Ideas.
Billy was kind enough to answer a few questions about his project, read the full interview after the break!
With the upcoming release of the highly anticipated LEGO Ideas Maze set, we're honored to have been able to talk with Jason Allemann about his LEGO Ideas project - the Labyrinth Marble Maze.
Jason is a well known LEGO builder, especially when it comes to functioning models. He's dedicated a section of his website, jkbrickworks.com, to the LEGO Ideas Maze where he'll be posting more content about the new set after its released. Jason also has an active YouTube channel JK Brickworks where he gets into greater detail about many of the models that he creates.
Read the full interview after the break!