The Claw Posted by Richard on May 4, 2016 at 08:09 PM CST:
The BrickUniverse convention back in April had tables of parts for attendees to build with. This wearable MOC was designed at the event with parts from the BIONICLE® building table by one of the attendees. Forum link.
MOC: True Makuta Fish Posted by Richard on January 13, 2016 at 06:24 PM CST:
This is the combiner I made using the Skull Scorpio I was allowed to keep as a gift after it was sent in place of one of the Lord Of Skull Spiders I ordered. Click the link to see more pictures and details.
The Mask Of Building Posted by Richard on October 31, 2015 at 10:19 PM CST:
This was my entry to the mask making contest the LEGO® Company hosted on Facebook. I've been wanting to make a harness that holds my camera for me while recording, and with the contest deadline approaching I thought I'd kill two gukko with one stone.
So You Want To Build A Mask? Posted by Richard on October 22, 2015 at 10:56 AM CST:
According to BZPower, a Mask Making contest began 10 days ago, and it's already getting some excellent entries. The grand prize is a 14k Gold Mask Of Creation. I bet that has your attention. If your stuck on how to get started, This video might give you some inspiration. Its primarily for beginners, but the creation he shows off in the end is a jaw dropper. I've only just begun my mask(s?), but I've come up with a few starter designs I think will help my fellow mask maskers.
LEGO® Ideas Round Up #2 Posted by Richard on October 11, 2015 at 09:06 PM CST:
I'd like to make the Ideas Round Up a regular feature on MoD's news, so if you've got a creation you'd like me to feature, please send an email or make a post with a link on our forums. You can also suggest a theme for me to feature for next weeks round up, otherwise your going to see a lot of robots and mechs XP
Single Motor With Steering Experiment Posted by Richard on October 2, 2015 at 08:21 PM CST:
I was working on this project yesterday and lost track of the time(which is why the retro news is a bit late). It steers using a single motor by controlling one side of the tread at a time, depending on which direction the motor is spinning. It can't drive straight forward, but rather, you switch back and forth to "walk" it. Perhaps when I'm finished with it you'l understand why I made it : ) Forum link.