Monday, July 30, 2007


I'm off on holiday this morning until Thursday. I look forward to posting more Cafe Corner creations when I get back.


Sunday, July 29, 2007

Building Collection

zFERRY's Building Collection
One of the sets to build this is 5954. I went to Milton Keynes yesterday to get one - and they weren't there!!!!!!!!

Fire House

UniqueBuilder's Modular-Firehouse

Saturday, July 28, 2007

Just for Fun...

I made this short animation and posted it on Youtube.
Click on the picture to see the clip.
Check out my 'Stressful Day' Animation whilst you are there.

Thursday, July 26, 2007

Pepper Wok Palace

Johnimo's Pepper Wok Palace

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Before Cafe Corner...

This picture must be from the 1920's just befor the Cafe was built for the first time.
From Chimere's Gallery.

Estivale FreeLUG

From Chimere's Gallery

Archway House

tacvud's Archway House.

Saturday, July 21, 2007


Another extraodinarily busy week. Thank you all for the messages regarding the blog and brickshelf. I have been busy writing and directing a play for the kids in my class - but I'm on my Summer break now - Yey.

I should be back on track to adding to this blog on a daily basis.

Thank you once again.


Sunday, July 15, 2007

Is this the end...

I'm sure you will have noticed all the red crosses on this blog. This is due to Brickshelf disappearing.

If it does not return, then I will not coninue with this blog - as I believe it will be too difficult to keep going.

Sorry Guys - Its been fun - Thank you for all your messages.


Saturday, July 14, 2007


UHAUHA's Gallery.

The Storey Continues...

RebelRock's Street Scene.

Street Signs

'City signs. Print at 300dpi to get them to fit on 1x2, 2x2, and 1x4 tiles. I print them onto plain paper and then attach them with a glue stick. Feel free to use them in your own city.' Sean Kenney.


brickbuilder711's Apartment Building.

Bus Stop

Jantin's Bus Stop.

Street Scene

andybear's creation.

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Music Video...

I received an e-mail yesterday asking for our help. Below is the text from the e-mail.

"I am involved with a music video involving Lego-based animation and I was wondering if you would be able to help. We are seeking a few local people to offer advice and also perhaps lend us a few relevant Lego creations. The video is for a track called “Someway Through This” by Black Ghosts (signed to Southern Fried Records). The pitch is “A travel through time with the use of stopped framed Lego pieces. Within the increasingly chaotic world of Lego one man searches for something once lost”. It is a time-lapse based film, using stop-motion animation to show the evolution of a busy city from initial forest to thriving metropolis. The band will be filmed on green screen and composed into the time-lapsed Lego action. The production company is called Burt Films ( and has a reputation for creating innovative and unique music videos. The entire film’s budget is £5,000 so, as I’m sure you can imagine, it will be a challenge! Never-the-less Burt Films specialise in stretching budgets and making videos to be proud of. We are filming for two weeks, starting on Monday in London, UK and we have a team of animators doing the actual animation. As the film progresses we will reveal a sprawling city with a variety of buildings and locations. The main transition between small suburb and major city will happen via a day-to-night transition, thereby releasing us of the need to build a major city brick by brick! We were hoping we would be able to borrow a few impressive Lego buildings built by fans.
They will not be taken apart, altered or added to. They will be treated with respect, be kept safely and returned exactly as provided. In return we are more than happy to allow anyone who is interested to visit the set and we can provide DVDs of the film video. We will also acknowledge credit on the film’s website. We would really appreciate any help you would be able to provide. If you are unable to help directly it would be great if you could point me in the right direction! Many thanks, Stephen."

If you think you can help - e-mail

Sunday, July 8, 2007


ogello's Gallery

Cafe Extension

nzlegofan's Cafe extension.

Modest House

svberckm's Gallery

Module V

Saturday, July 7, 2007

For a City...

A-dog's creation for a city.

Friday, July 6, 2007

Westin Hotel

From PepaQuin's Gallery.

This is quite amusing because I have just posted another model (of a pirate) by PepaQuin in my other Blog.

Thursday, July 5, 2007

Bank and Post Office

Carmp's Bank and Post Office.

Wednesday, July 4, 2007


Fredbrik's Terrace.

Been Busy Roger???

Additions to the Street.

Roger's Gallery.

Cafe Corner Street

I like the idea for the tiles on the roof.


I'm The Kind of Person Who Likes a Bit of Cake...

Finally had a go at making these cakes... And to all the critics of the Ice Tray and Cake Mould, they taste delicious - so there!!!
This is the only place I will be posting these pictures. Feel free to post them wherever you like (as long as you give a credit to this Blog).

Tuesday, July 3, 2007

Variable Building.

Akos - I love the windows, the trees, the bricks on the little wall...
I love it...

Look at this gallery as there are some other fabulous feature to this building.

Monday, July 2, 2007

Do you think they mean me???

Was just reading this on Eurobricks - LINK.

They mention a 'guy' who made chocolate LEGO Bricks.

Do you think they mean me?

I bought the ice cube tray and the cake/jelly mould and I love them. So there!!!

New Sets... Yey.

Now available in the UK from Shop@Home. £44.99.

Sunday, July 1, 2007

Alternate Versions of 4954

I think the third vesion of this model would fit quite nicely next to Cafe Corner and Market Street.
Pictures From Bricklink.

Picture Review of Creator House 4954

WarrenMcCoy's picture review of Creator House 4954