After sharing my thoughts, and excitement, about 2 previous Star Wars films, you might be wondering why there still hasn’t been a blog about Solo. Well, here it is and it’s a little bit different…(more…)
Now I’ve been blogging for a whole year; you’ll probably start to notice some patterns in my behaviour. This year is no different to the last (several) with another Lego Star Wars Advent Calendar! I’ve just started a new contract up in Aberdeen which means I’ll be away from home Monday to Thursday, so the pictures might not get updated as frequently, and some of the models will be built by my daughter, once she’s done her Lego Friends one 😀
So, a quick update, obviously without any spoilers given most sensible people won’t be seeing until later today (no excused beyond that!) Let’s start with saying it’s good. How good is always a little subjective, but I’d say it’s in the ‘Good Range’ with The Force Awakens and Rogue One. I’ll need to watch again at a more sociable hour, and in 2D before I give a final verdict, but at the minute I feel it’s not quite as good as those, but not by much. (more…)
I’ve seen these decals on other people’s Mac’s before, and always thought they looked a bit tacky, but when I saw this one pop up in my Facebook feed, I couldn’t help but click the link.
It cost less than £10 delivered from www.decalontop.com so I was seduced by the Dark Side 😀
It was a bit of a pain to detach from the backing paper and then transfer onto my Macbook, and initially, I wasn’t too impressed as it had a number of trapped air bubbles (even after trying to move them to an edge of a credit card) which made it look a bit naff.
After a few days though they’ve completely gone, and I now think it looks great! Hopefully, it will last the 3 years I plan to keep it for…
The Star Wars Lego Advent Calendar – it’s become a bit of a Christmas tradition! Even though next year I’ll be closer to 50 than 40!!
I think this is my 5th or even 6th calendar, and my daughter is now joining in with her own Lego Friends version.
I thought I’d share this year’s creations, ranging from a very small but scarily accurate Slave 1 (Boba Fett’s ship for those that might not know, but want to learn!) on the 1st, to a downright bizarre (so much so, that I don’t really know what it is) on the 20th.
A nice reminder for me when it’s packed away in the garage with the others, and for you if you happen to stumble upon my ‘blog to self’. If you do, Merry Christmas and a prosperous 2017…