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Every year the VLC nominates the builds of our members to receive the Dean Lovell award for an outstanding MOC created in the previous year. This award recognizes a great VLC builder who passed many years ago and was created … Continue reading
Hello VLC Readers! I’m Sean, our new publicist, what does that mean you ask? It means that going forward we’re going to be a lot more active here showcasing what is happening within the VLC, our previous shows, upcoming events, … Continue reading
It’s the time of year where the VLC donates LEGO to the Surrey Christmas Bureau. Led by Andrew Delbaere @fraservalleybricks, $3737 of LEGO and an additional $360 in cash donations was donated this year. This is more than double last … Continue reading
From the VLC’s June meeting, the month’s meeting contest was to build something that is smaller than minifig scale. Included in the gallery; a seaside village from Heidi; Godzilla attack from Joanne; LACMA from Jayleen; a fighter jet, microscale MILS … Continue reading
Neil’s Great Ball Contraption really is the greatest. Neil’s “The Carrot Patch” won the Best of Show Award at San Francisco’s Bricks by the Bay 2021 in June. Click the video below to see how it operates.
Fellow club member, Paul Hetherington, talks with Raji Sohal on CKNW’s Mornings with Simi about building Lego, the VLC, and what he’s building during the hiatus of gatherings. https://omny.fm/shows/the-simi-sara-show/golfing-with-the-accused-getting-scared-straight-p?t=30m30s
In part 3 of our series on MILS, we take a look at Neil’s slides from his talk at the May 2021 Brickcan. The first section of Neil’s presentation goes over specifications of the new Lego road plates, as well … Continue reading
In the second talk of our ongoing MILS series, former VLC president Allan Corbeil, shares with us the creativity of brick built trees. In his talk, Allan breaks down the different build techniques he has mastered in creating his award … Continue reading
Whether we have just received our first set of bricks as young children, or have fallen in love with the crisp ABS as adults, building cities just comes naturally. Creating tall towers, babbling brooks, and pothole free road ways, are … Continue reading
As MOC builders, we all from time to time have grand ideas of what we want our projects to look like. We spend countless hours pouring over brick styles, colour palettes, and designs. But what do you do when the … Continue reading