10,000 visitors. Two days. 29 members. My first time at our annual show at the Lauritzen Botanical Gardens was fantastic. I lost my voice showing off some new speeder bikes, movie scenes, steampunk, and of course Plo Koon ships.
The First LEGO League, CEEN-BOT, and other robotics competitions are held every year at the Strategic Air Command museum. We showed our non-robotic Legos amidst colossal aircraft and hordes of super smart kids.
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema invited us to show our creations in conjunction with The LEGO Batman Movie. Our dimly-lit displays enthralled several families on their way to the movie, as well as several couples on their way to Fifty Shades Darker.
Let’s just say I don’t live anywhere near San Diego. But our local comic convention was still pretty fun–lots of cosplayers, LEGO fans, and even actor Sean Gunn! I displayed two scenes from the Force Awakens, as well as several other pop culture icons.
With a little bit of advertisement and a whole lot of new creations, our biannual show at HobbyTown was a huge success. Almost 3000 people came to see monsters, mecha, monuments, microscale, minifigs, murals, and more!