Podcast 24: LEGO Ideas Voltron Review

In a very special edition of the podcast, I’m joined by Shelly and Brett to discuss our recent LEGO Ideas Voltron project!

Form Voltron!

Due to scheduling conflicts and the last-minute nature of this recording, I wasn’t able to assemble all of our Voltron Paladins. Anna, David and Janan were sadly absent from our conversation. Still, the three of us had a great time reminiscing about the project.

Unfortunately, there were some audio issues with a big chunk of the beginning of our conversation, where we discussed a few details about how the Voltron shoot came to be and what we thought of the build itself. I had to leave it out of the episode, but just know that we each loved building this amazing transforming LEGO robot.

Luckily the rest of our conversation remained intact. We discussed what it was like shooting this ingenious monstrosity, how a product shoot like this differs from doing our own work, and more!

Thanks again to the folks at LEGO for making this project possible. We all had a great time photographing this set and can’t recommend it enough to photographers, builders and collectors alike! Stay tuned to the blog next week because we’ll be announcing how you can win a Voltron for yourself!

-James

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One Comment

  1. Demarcation Media

    I’m pretty sad that the poseability is so low. I personally have fun just posing my figures and Lego mechs, so that’s a huge con for this set, at least on my part.

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