Here's to 2021! This was another good year for me in terms of Legos. Not quite as good as 2020, which saw a huge improvement in quality and quantity, but still pretty decent. I got 8 builds done this year, (minus 2-hour challenges that aren't worth sharing as their own post), which isn't very much but still my second highest in the past 4-5 years. My builds during the first half of the year are some of my most popular ever, but it seems like my more recent mocs have been slowing down in the viewership. (Maybe that's just time or is flickr becoming less and less relevant to this community?)
Anyway, I had a lot of fun building this year. My personal favorites and highlights have to be Palm Tree Escape because I had so much fun making the palm trees, The Restricted Section , which is so far my most popular moc on Flickr and may be my personal favorite moc I've built because of the techniques I used and created for it, and The Castle of Wimbly-Do , which was my favorite building experience this year.
Let me know what your favorite build of mine is! Thanks to the 499 people who follow me at the time of me posting this! Let's get that to 500:D (It's taken me quite a while and it's about time, isn't it?)
This will be my last post for 2 years. I'm serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Peru. I will be spreading the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and know that it is what I am supposed to do. I know I was never the most vocal or active member of the Lego community, but I'd like to thank everyone who's helped me with wips, been supportive, been my friend, or have been people I can look up to. Hopefully when I get back I'll be an even more active member of the community!
Let me know if Lego finally makes dark tan quarter tiles more common and if olive green tiles are finally released when I get back!