We’re celebrating our 20th episode, and it’s been an incredible journey so far. In this episode we meet Troy Chelin, showing off his collection of Nexo Knights sets.
This week we feature Sean Coetzer’s LEGO story and look at some of his inspired Steampunk creations.
With LEGO robotics being a hot topic this week, Matthew Poulter visits us, telling us more about the FIRST LEGO League and how he got into robotics as a kid.
This week you’re in for a treat! We meet one of SA’s best MOC builders, Wayne De Beer. Wayne always had a fascination for space ships and mechs and love to experiment with these topics in his MOCs.
In this week’s episode, we meet Johan Kamfer. Johan is from Moorreesburg, a rural farming community 90km north of Cape Town.
This week, we introduce Madeleine Carlsson. Madeleine is a relatively new adult fan of LEGO, only starting to emerge from her dark ages after 50.
We’d like to welcome Petrus Stadler to BlockBlaze this week! Petrus creates Wild West MOCs and is probably one of the hardest themes to work with.
This week we talk to Bryony Poulter, the owner of Kiddiwinks and an avid AFOL. Bryony takes us back more than 40 years in LEGO history and how she grew up with a few special sets around the house.
In this week’s episode, we meet Allan Taylor. Allan’s passion for LEGO started as a kid where he began building MOCs from an early age, even though he had no name reference for what he was doing back then.
Meet Joe Kirsten, one of the founding members of the zaLUG to share his story and passion for LEGO and the MOCs he builds. Joe explains how his quest to become a better MOC builder and seeking out support from other AFOLs leads to the founding of the zaLUG.