There's something satisfying about making these digitally. You still have to find the piece amongst a million pieces in their library and you learn all the funky names of the Lego pieces like a "2x2 plate" or "Stick with Flange".
We bought a knockoff Lego set at the $1 store. Thought it would be cool to use it to learn more LDD skills. Fun times.
Having fun messing around with this digital Lego building.
My brother sent me a link to this fashion accessory called Zox Bands. They're premium bracelets featuring artwork from a whole bevy of artists. They have a submission process, much like Threadless. Instead of rating, it's straight up pre-orders.
I decided to give it a go. Who know what'll happen?
Started doing some research on taking Lego Designer Files and rendering them out using POV-Ray for something really nice looking.
Found a really good tutorial here.
What I basically learned is that you need to create your model (with LDD or Brickmaster), export it as an LDD file, import that into LDView, export that scene as a POV, and then use POV-Ray to render it.
What you'll need to also grab are the .inc files needed for POV-Ray with LGEO, which is basically a Lego library for POV-Ray. Interesting stuff!
I don't see nothin' wrong with a little Samoa Joe.
I BBQ'd for Father's Day. It was 105 degrees outside. I didn't even have to light the thing. It just set itself ablaze. The food turned out quite good though.
Put in the order for the stickers for work and my personal stuff. I'll be sure to plaster this all around or something.
Trying to write a story about Sadie Cat. Who knows if this will go anywhere.