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Category Archives: MOC Announcement
For those of you in the know, you’re already registered for BrickCan as a delegate for the full four day conference. You’re probably putting the finishing touches on your MOCs before heading out to the RiverRock Resort later today. For … Continue reading
Congratulations to Dave Guedes on getting one of his MOCs published in an ebook. VLC member, Dave (Brick Lettuce) wrote: A few months back I was asked if my Mount Rushmore MOC could included in an eBook “Amazing Brick Faces” by … Continue reading
Some of you observant people have noticed our favourite toy appear in this week’s episode of The Flash tv show. Well, as it turns out, two of our members, Dave Guedes and Allan Corbeil were instrumental in it’s creation. … Continue reading
Making it’s debut at BrickCan 2016, The Game of Thrones: The Wall, made another appearance at BrickCon 2016 for those who hadn’t ventured into the Great White North. Joshua Hanlon of Beyond the Brick interviewed one of the creator/builders, David … Continue reading
VLC past president Allan Corbeil has been on this 1920’s – 1930’s kick for a while now and has been wanting to build plains, trains and automobiles from that era. For more photos head to Allan’s Flickr account
Check out more photos at Tim’s Flickr account As seen at Trains 2014, a lot of people recognized the above MOC from the Discovery Channel (Canada) television show Highway Thru Hell. A rotator is the heaviest tow truck on the … Continue reading
A few days ago, Tyler Sky, showed us his Snoopy and Woodstock MOC. Today, Remembrance Day and Veteran’s Day, he’s given the two a fitting setting in appreciation of those who fought for our country. Lest We Forget In Flanders … Continue reading
Last year, Tyler built Calvin and Hobbes for the Make a Wish Foundation Parade of Wonders VLC display at Van Dusen Gardens Festival of Lights. This year, he built two more iconic comic book characters for another display. As much … Continue reading
Here is the VLC entry for BrickCon 2014’s theme of Invasion. Initially conceived by Keith (hamslice) with contributions by Dave, Allan, Tim and Shane. The idea is a sandbox overrun by green army men and the obstacles the bugs … Continue reading
Congratulations to Tyler Sky whose MOC won the “Medium Planetary Structure” trophy in the Space category at BrickCon 2014 in Seattle. Tyler and Frances Sky collaborated on this build. They took their latest MOC’s and combined them into a display … Continue reading