LEGOmaniacs on the World Wide Web
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The following LEGOmaniacs have WWW pages or other links.
Some of these have lots of LEGO® stuff.
In other cases, these are just people's regular home pages,
not their stashes of LEGO® data,
but you can see the faces and other interests of
some people you might meet in rec.toys.lego or other Internet LEGO® hot spots.
I've indicated in each case whether my link leads to
the person's home page (and if so, whether any LEGO® is there)
or a special LEGO® page.
Some of the LEGO® pages are mother lodes of fascinating images and
information; I've tried to give hints pointing to the good stuff,
but it's practically impossible to keep track of it all.
- Jacob Sparre Andersen has a
home page and a
There are a number of photos and drawings of original work,
the (relatively complete) set of
photos of LEGOland in Denmark,
some original instructions, and other interesting items.
- Allen Ano has a
and an interesting description of a LEGO® Party.
- Daniel W. Bailey has a
- Randall Barker maintains
the LEGO Purists Page
with Steve Hartman.
These fellows love basic bricks and hate stuff they think is ``specialized.''
They're willing to put minifigures in their finished models when they fit,
They have an absolutely stunning minifigure-scale model of the
Millenium Falcon, alongside lots of other good stuff.
- Robert C. Barth has a
featuring his ``eighty-plus square feet town layout,''
the Model of the Month, and many other things.
- Zachary Benz has a
with many interesting photos of his very nice town, castle,
and space models, showing good ways to make models with
interior spaces for the minifigures.
There are also some photos of LEGO's own (very impressive) models of U.S.
- Michael N. Berz has a
to find lots of interesting and otherwise-hard-to-find stuff, including
set reviews, the Chicago Tribune article on LEGO® for girls,
- Richard Bingle has a
- Dan Boyd has a
This is linked to a
text-only when I looked, but lots of it: LEGO® riot control,
anti-missile defense for pirate ships, etc.
- Will Chapman has a
featuring some very nice original LEGO® trains and accessories.
- Robert M. Colonna has a
See what you can do with 25,000 pieces!
- Max Coynes has a
LEGO® feature in his home page.
- Jeff Crites has a
with much information; Jeff wrote the original ``Castle Listing''
back before set listings were fashionable.
- Preston Crow's LEGO Empire has
many interesting photos of original work.
- Craig Cummings has a
- Ricardo David has a
- Patrick Delahanty has a
Boston Area Lego Maniac's Guide.
- Mike Dombrowski has a
- Michael Dorneich has an
``Everything LEGO'' page.
He has some nice original designs illustrated in LegoPS,
information on how to avoid infringing LEGO's trademarks on a Web page,
and a really good list of LEGO-related Web links,
in some ways even better than mine.
- Leo Dorst has a
with many interesting original models, including a realistic model
of his own house, designs for LEGO® trains, and LEGO® robotics.
- Bob Easterbrooks has a
His 1959 Cadillac was a prize-winning entry in the Summer 1995
rec.toys.lego building competition.
- Jason Ehrlich has a
with a searchable database of LEGO® sets (not nearly complete as of
Feb 1996, but presumably growing).
- Johan Fabry has a
as well as a
including photos of some of his Technic work.
- Jim Files has a
with a LEGO link that leads to many pictures from the
LEGO Information Booth in Carlsbad.
- Roy Gal has a
with a number of interesting photographs of his creations
and a growing collection of
- Colin R. Y. Gallagher has a
with a database of Pirate sets and a LEGO Code form.
- Carsten Gnörlich has a page called
the BriCad Homepage,
from which you can get step-by-step interactive instructions
for models drawn in a style similar to real LEGO® instructions.
There's even an animated GIF of a model being assembled, which
is well worth seeing if your browser is capable.
- Bill Goldberg has a
with nice pictures and commentary.
- Richard Goldfinder has a
with a drawing showing some of the dimensions of LEGO® parts
(mostly correct, at least nominally---also see
the rec.toys.lego FAQ).
- Jason Grazado has a page for the
New Amsterdam Lego City,
with pictures of a LEGO® city he built along with
his daughter Callan and son Max.
The aerial views are so good, they almost cause me to like road plates.
Check out all the great details such as the ramp at the entrance to the
- Paul Gyugyi has a
follow the LEGO links for raytraced images or 1995 catalog images.
Also check out the
LEGO® card (79 KB GIF).
- Jim Hughes has a Web page showing the
1903 Wright Brothers Flyer
modeled in LEGO®, with extensive historical information,
and a listing of Technic parts (primarily gears).
- Leon Hurst has a
``Virtual LEGO'' page
for his virtual reality project that uses simulated LEGO®.
- Ben Jackson maintains
Ben and Jer's LEGO Ratraycing page
(``Jer'' is Jeremiah Johnson), which has many interesting images:
original designs, the old yellow castle, interesting compositions
with minifigures, etc.
- James Jessiman has a
with links to some original LEGO® creations and
an incredible illustrated parts list.
- Björn Þór Jónsson has a
in Icelandic. He also presents an English-language
essay by Seymour Papert.
- I, David A. Karr, have a
(the page you're reading is part of the same Web resource), but also a
home page for my professional interests,
page of links that I find useful.
- Eileen Keeney has a
with photos of original work, including her famous motorized carousel.
- Holly Kilheffer has a
with photos of some interesting original work.
- Kira has a
- André Kok has a
with photos of original creations and the Great Create 1995,
as well as his list of items to trade.
- Bram Lambrecht has a
with some beautifully-drawn instructions for his designs.
- Todd Lehman maintains the
Fibblesnork LEGO® Guide,
which has information on Space and Aquazone sets, including Todd's ratings,
everything you need to know about selling your old LEGO® on the Internet,
and other items of interest.
You will need frames (read: Netscape 2.0 or higher) to properly
access this page, but it's well worth it if you can manage it.
- Chris Lester has a
home page and a
with a comprehensive listing of UK LEGO® sets and catalogs from the
early 1970s, some original instructions,
and notes on a number of interesting projects.
- Jeffrey Lyon has a
page on Prodigy's server.
The main purpose of this page seems to be to buy and sell LEGO® sets
as collector's items.
The consensus on rec.toys.lego seems to be that
the price lists should not be taken very seriously.
- Stefan Maes has a page with links to some of his
raytraced LEGO® images.
- Jason Mantor has a
as well as a LEGO Exchange service described in
my notes on Trading Opportunities.
- Charlie Millen has a
with links to LEGO® and raytracing pages.
- Huw Millington has a
Check out the instructions for original models in the Aquanauts style.
- Tina Mongkolsmai has
with some words about her LEGO philosophy and history.
- Aaron Muhl has a
This leads to some photos of interesting LEGO® constructions.
- Karim Nassar has a
with photos of original work and an index to his isometric
CAD drawings of LEGO® elements
for use in creating new instructions.
- Chris Osborn has a
with a link to his step-by-step photographs of the construction of
his elegant and innovative rubber-band gun.
- Scott Ostrander has a
home page; the
leads to the amazing Wolfpack Tower.
- Jason Pierce keeps
``The Minifig Pages,''
a collection of scans of LEGO® minifigures arranged by theme.
Some themes are better represented than others.
- Dan Piergallini has a
- Eric Pilcher has a
with lists of LEGO® sets.
- Steve Putz has a
- Tim and Shelley Rueger have a
- Amy Ryan has a
- Markus Salchegger has a
- Sam has a
with links to many creative stories.
- Scott Schuricht has a
with a link to his LEGO® page, which has many pictures, including
the Faces of R.T.L.
- Chris Shepard has a
with a lot of pictures of his work in Technic and trains,
for example a robot arm.
- David Small has a
and a page for his
LEGO® CAD system.
- Lou Sortman has a
- Jason Spangler has a
with some pictures and descriptions of his original designs,
a collection of rules for games to play, including ``PBB Wars,''
and advice about shopping for LEGO® in Ohio.
- Shawn Sparks created
The Official Peril Productions Home Page,
featuring stories about some films he and his friends created,
including some that apparently are animated with LEGO®.
- Mike Steele has a
- Morten Steien has a
with photos of his sets (mostly Model Team and Technic).
- Stephen has a
He comments on a few of his favorite LEGO-related sites.
- Frode Torske has a
with a link to his LEGO® page, which includes a European spare parts catalog.
- Calum Tsang has a
This is mirrored at
an alternative provider.
He has some IndyCam pictures of original models.
- Lewis Valentine has a
with many photos of his original designs:
robots, trains, an incredible semi-trailer tractor with sleep-in cab,
- Ben Vaughan has a
featuring a series of excellent photographs of a ``mech''
(walking fighting vehicle) and some aircraft that he built.
- Chris Vaughn has a
This has a link to a
LEGO® elements list,
but my three WWW browsers all seem to handle this badly;
anonymous FTP to
seems to work better.
- Matthew Verdier has a
featuring his Gothic cathedral and tower models.
- Brian Ward has a LEGO® page
in the United States
(mirrored site), with
several original 3-D PostScript LEGO® drawings.
- Andy Watkins has a
and rules for a nice
game played with LEGO® bricks.
- Justin Watkins has a
linking to his brother Andy's page.
- Andrew Woodhouse has a
that is worth visiting for the title graphic alone.
It also has GIFs of various bricks and a LEGO® screen saver.
has created a
space-themed conflict simulation game
for which LEGO® happens to serve well as playing pieces,
but it doesn't seem as if it will ever be available at this site again.
Look elsewhere for related games.
- Lou Zucaro maintains
Pause Magazine's LEGO® Reference Guide,
a very nice reference including extensive information
about various old and new lines of LEGO®, with pictures of the sets.
The site has photos of some very interesting original LEGO® designs
sent in by readers of the rec.toys.lego newsgroup.
- William R. Zwicky has a
with a form for generating your own ``LEGO Code'' (unfortunately
not supported by the WWW server at its current location---I bet Bill
would love to give the form to someone whose server will actually
Last updated Mon Sep 29 00:57:16 EDT 2003 .
David A. Karr's LEGO Collection, by
David A. Karr