This week’s new Dustinland comic was not drawn, but instead built from Legos and photographed. It was fun, I have to say. A nice change of pace. But I’m still eager to have my drawing hand back. I wonder how long I’ll have this cast on, and what I’ll do next week for my comic. Legos again? We’ll have to see…
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Tagged broken bone, broken hand, commuting, grand central, hand, hand injury, injury, lego, lego comic, legos, metro north, train
I know the whole world is protesting right now but I don’t have anything original to say so I did this comic about Legos. Maybe next week I’ll get political again but it’s hard to say something new when a million people are blogging about it every second.
But yeah, I love me some Legos. If I had kids I would totally wait until they fell asleep just to play with all their Legos and build cool shit and then not let them take anything apart the next day. Back in the day I used to go the annual Toy Fair for work and I got to go to the Lego showroom where they’d have every single item from the upcoming year built and on display, along with some more statue type pieces lying around to impress people. Pretty fun stuff.
Posted in pop culture