Time for Magic! is a special review of LEGO Hogwarts Castle #71043 by Miss Feklista Dear wizards, welcome to the best magical school in the world! Today I’m glad to show you the new micro scale LEGO Hogwarts Castle and it won’t be a simple review: I prepared many surprises …
What a ridiculous task it was to pick the winners of the #LEGOdarkArts Riddikulus contest! There were just so many amazing entries, but eventually we have the winners.
It’s time to continue with our Harry Potter reviews! If you missed the previous ones, you can check out my reviews of the Great Hall and the Whomping Willow set before this one, which is taking a look at the Quidditch Match set. As before, this isn’t a ‘bits and …
Toy Photographers are excited to announce that we have another creative toy photography contest, a Riddikulus contest! And you could win the LEGO Hogwarts Castle and other Harry Potter LEGO by entering!
A couple of weeks ago I reviewed the LEGO Harry Potter Great Hall (set 75954). This week I want to take a look at a set that expands on that and provides additional opportunities for the toy photographer – the Hogwarts Whomping Willow (set 75953).
I may be biased, but I’m thrilled for this month’s themed episode of the podcast. This was one of our best themes to date. So good in fact, that we invited a special guest onto the show to discuss it!
I was lucky enough to be sent the recent wave of Harry Potter sets by our friends at LEGO so I wanted to spend a post (or 2, or 3) looking at the sets from the toy photographers perspective.
A few months ago I wasn’t that keen on BrickHeadz. Then I got the Go Brick Yourself set, which was lots of fun and I had a great time photographing it! As did a lot of toy photographers when they got to build themselves at the Oregon toy safari! This …
Since we didn’t end up doing a full review of the new LEGO Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them collectible minifigures here on the blog, I thought it would be fun to do so in podcast form!
Anyone who has any involvement with the toy community probably won’t have missed the fact that the LEGO Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts collectible minifigure series just came out.
I went to the National Portrait Gallery this week, in particular to look at the BP Portrait Award 2018, and it got me thinking about a few things around the portraiture aspects of toy photography.