The second BricksWest conference was held February 14-17, 2003. This year, BayLTC (Bay Area LEGO Train Club, a special interest group of the Bay Area LEGO Users' Group) was invited to bring our layout down to be displayed inside the Legoland park! In addition, I brought my sculpture models (Pokémon [pikachu, squirtle, intro, bulbasaur-internals, bulbasaur], Teddy Bear, and Maneki Neko), my PB4Y-2 Privateer, and various town models which were displayed as part of the BayLTC layout. I participated in a Sculptures and Mosaics panel, along with Adrian Drake and Legoland master model builder Bill Volbrecht. I also was in a SNOT (Studs Not On Top) panel with Frank Fliz, Derek Schin, and fellow BayLUG member Mark Benz.
Pictures taken at the Legoland Test Track Diner (the Grand Pavilion was flooded) during the setup on Friday.
Pictures taken as we dismantled the BayLTC layout at the Legoland Test Track Diner on Monday.
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Pictures taken at the Windmill Conference Center Sunday morning, during the two panels I was on: SNOT (Studs Not On Top) building techniques, with Frank Fliz, Derek Schin, and fellow BayLUG member Mark Benz; and Sculptures and Mosaics, along with Adrian Drake and Legoland master model builder Bill Volbrecht.
Pictures taken at the Windmill Conference Center Saturday morning, and at the park all afternoon. The Brickheap Wars battle took place in the Technic building at Legoland. My team lost. Afterwards, Holly and I toured the Park, ending up back at the Test Track Diner.
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