Tag Archives: ka.lego
Having a blog is a great way to shamelessly self-promote. Heh. Here’s my proposed new theme: The Adventures of Brick Rogers: The Galactic Girl from the 5th Cenury AE [MORE]
Forgive the gross display of editorial power, but I’ve been a little nostalgic as of late. Here’s the MOC by yours truly, ka.lego, that brought me out of my Dark Age in a big way. Definitely a clunky beast that suffers from some design no-nos, but still fun to look at after all these months. [MORE]
Does the birth of one’s first son count as a good reason to break one’s regular blogging schedule? I think so. [MORE]
The Digital Minifigure Customization Flickr group wants you. Heh. On the heels of Ugly Duckling announcing its premature end, its fearless leader, Cygnet, launches a space for AFOLs to talk about and appreciate this generally uncovered aspect of the hobby.
I plan on posting more about Ka-GO’s experience at the Bricks by the Bay convention later this week, but here’s a brief recap of what went down. Thanks to all involved in the planning and program. It was an extremely impressive production.
Just in time for Bricks by the Bay, I’ve released my first set of Ka-GO t-shirts. For the next few days, get a massive discount for being a proverbial Early Bird. Check it out.
To celebrate the launch of the blog, I’ll be bringing a few of these to Bricks By The Bay in a few weeks. Which reminds me, I need to register asap and get a vendor table. If you’re there, please stop by. If interested and able, please pick up a shirt and help me cover costs. Ha! [MORE]