Jason over at the Brickshow reviewed The Harry Potter LEGO Minifigure Catalog:
I recently photographed all the Fabuland figures, which was a lot of work. But Philo build a 3D laser scanner with LEGO and scanned all the Fabuland figures in 3D. He then made the models available in LDraw. Whoa, what an amazing project!
We have just completed the first maintenance update for our App and submitted it to Apple. Lets hope the review will come through quickly.
Sebastian assembled all the possible monochrome minifigures. Amazing!
I am proud to announce that the Complete LEGO Figure Catalog is now available. This catalog presents high quality photographs of all LEGO non standard scale Figures released between 1970s and 2011. The 1200 plus Figures are organized by an innovative nomenclature that makes it easy to identify Figures, such as Duplo, Belville or Fabuland. The catalog contains a price guide that indicates the rarity of the Figure. This catalog is the essential guide for all Figure collectors and enthusiasts. The book is available for purchase at CreateSpace and at Amazon.com. You can also download the catalog as an eBook from Lulu.
The proof prints for the next book release entitled “The complete LEGO Figure Catalog” arrived today. The photos look good and it should become available soon. I wonder how these more exotic figures will be appreciated by the community. I guess that much less AFOLs collect DUPLO or Fabuland. Well, lets see how this works out.
Our Unofficial LEGO Minifigure Catalog App is now available in the Amazon App Store for Android. I hope it will also be accepted into the Kindle Fire Store soon.
Huw at Brickset.com has reviewed the three latest three book releases. It is nice to see that this book is being well received.
Oh, how much I would have loved this to be true: a re-release of the Millennium Falcon. Why this news today, why????