|Name of Model: Philadelphias Independence Hall|
|Created by: Arthur Gugick|
|Found at: http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=143967|
This has been a pretty lousy week in terms of keeping up with holidays. I didn't post anything for Canada Day on the first or for Independence Day on the fourth. I do hope that all of the Canadians and Americans reading this enjoyed their respective holidays. This model of Independence Hall ought to help fill in for skipping holiday-related models earlier in the week. Although Arthur Gugick is widely known as a microscale builder, this one looks like it's substantially larger. At long last, we can see some good minifig-scale techniques from one of the most famous landmark-builders! Of course, this is an older one of his designs - the Taj Mahal is the most recent (and also awesome).
Friday, July 4, 2008
Posted by Dan at 11:02 PM