Tillicum Lego Mania 2014

VicLUG was at Tillicum Lego Mania for the 5th year running, partnering with Robin Sather of Brickville this time to make the Gates of Harmonious Interest from China Town. The theme of this year’s event was ‘Old Victoria’ and the kids’ contest entries were just incredible.

The gates were designed by Robin and many VicLUG members helped with the building of the mosaics and rest of the structure. It was so complicated that the ‘resolution’ had to be lowered and it still ran a day over, easily the most complicated and ambitious creation seen at Lego Mania. A steel structure kept it sturdy and this time around there was a significant proportion more of Lego to Duplo ratio.

Robin and John at the end of Day 1

Rob and Spencer working on the mosaics

Steven, Jenn, John, Robin, Mary and Joseph at the end of day 4

These are just a few of the pictures, see more of the building process here:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/blobfarm/sets/72157642757449165/

The kids contest had a wonderful turnout and really well crafted creations!

Robin and Anna running the trivia contest and getting ready to judge the entries with the Q radio station

Some of the  awesome creations!

Robin with all the winning and honourable mention kids and their prizes!

See all the creations and winners here:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/blobfarm/sets/72157642764109683/

VicLUG had a moc display as well as the popular Where’s Waldo minifig search.

Eric and Michelle helping everyone find the figs

Mary’s mosaic and many Lug member’s mixed mocs

Part of downtown Bricktoria

Check out the rest of the mocs here:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/blobfarm/sets/72157642767497244/

There was also a public build zone but as usual no pictures were taken. Imagine a massive zone filled with kids feeding from brick troughs.

Here are the previous year’s big Duplo builds

Lighthouse 2010

Double Decker 2011

Armoury 2012

BC Ferry 2013

www.tillicumkids.com
www.brickville.ca
www.viclug.ca

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