Episode 1 of my video blog series is now up! 😀 In this episode, I talk about the Hero Factory Leg Extender piece and how it’s used for my mech building, tackling issues on leg and hip stability and a little on leg design. There’s also some discussion involving a 4×4 wedge, using 1×1 round bricks vs a 1L Technic connector, and lastly a little bit on that 1×2 plate with 45 degree slope on one stud.

Now in Dual Language (EN/日本語)
The way I design and build my own LEGO mecha heads is similar in approach to how I go about making each and every mech build. In this tutorial, I’ll be discussing my 4 part build cycle that involves building a frame, plating and designing the frame, detailing, and rechecking.

Taking pictures with DIY setups has been my protocol for the past few years I’ve been in toy hobbies, I finally felt that it was time for a decent upgrade.

Part 2 of 2 of a post-build image editing tutorial. This time, I’m focusing on cleaning up and modifying your image inside an image editing program (Photoshop) and a step-by-step process of how I personally clean up my builds for online posting.

This will be part 1 of 2 on my post-build process where I talk about LEGO and photography. This article is aimed at builders with average photography skills and DIY setups and would talk about how to take proper photos with technology that is widely available today.