Friday, June 12, 2009

The full display

So it has been several months and I have enjoyed my "time off" of course that "time off" has been filled with school related things, one of which is the always enjoyable algebra 2. :p Anyway onto the pictures, I shall keep the cheesy comments to a lower quantity today I promi... I will try, but no promises.



Now you've seen the full display, this very likely will be the end of this blog, but not to worry (or rejoice that I'm done here, either way) I will probably be making more frequent posts at Lockwood Woods (I still think Lock-Woods is better, but I was voted down).

So long then,

17 comments:

James Carroll said...

it's beautiful... well done.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this Thomas, I'm using it in my Children's talk tomorrow.

Neil McBride
Syston Baptist Church
Leicestershire
UK

Thomas said...

Your welcome, I'm glad you can use it to the benefit of others.

Yehuda said...

Beautiful! What resources did you use for the blueprints? Do you have the plans and a list of what materials are needed? I would love to reproduce this with my students.

pam said...

Thomas,

It appears you have finished and so I wonder if that means you will pull this blog down from the web? I am a senior editor for children's Sunday School materials and would like very much to link this on our website, sundayschoolspot.com for other kids to see and perhaps get ideas for similar projects. You can contact me at sundayschoolspot.com

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rtfgvb7805 said...

IS VERY GOOD..............................

Trina (Ferguson)Davis said...

Hello Thomas

I would like to do something like this with my sons ages 11 and 5. I was using the bible to get dimensional details. But I would be glad to purchase them from you if you have a set of plans it would make my life easier

Anonymous said...

I have to make a model on the tabernacle and am wondering how you made the items on the high priest on Photoshop. Anyways, good job on the temple.

Thomas said...

There isn't a whole lot I can tell you. You just have to get comfortable with your drawing program and go from there.

Jay said...

Thomas,
This is a great project you have built!! I've been looking for a Temple model for some time now. I am interested in building this model with students in a middle school setting. I would appreciate a chance to communicate with you about your Temple model. Is there a forum where I can ask you questions or get some pointed direction on how to build your model?

Thomas said...

Getting the parts would be difficult and I don't have a set of instructions, I only have the model in cad, which I don't have with me at the moment.

Laurie Jones said...

Hey Thomas. I am now reading about Solomon's Temple in my "Bible in Chronological Order". I googled Solomon's Temple and your blog was among the list. I have to admit that I had a good chuckle thinking about what our King thought about the temple in Legos. I can only hoped that HE smiled. Great job on the temple and keep your face lifted.

Regards,

Laurie Jones
Whitefish, Montana

Chad said...

This assembly is awesome. I am currently working on a lego model of the second temple (during the time of Jesus) and this model has given me a number of ideas. I was wondering if I could get your email to dialogue with you more in detail regarding some of the specific pieces that you used for the more detailed work on the basins, pillars, etc. If you don't feel comfortable giving me your email, you can email me at chad.pirotte@gmail.com.

Thanks for all your work. This is AWESOME!!

Chad

Child of God said...

Hey Thomas. Nice work. Any other ideas that you have been working on? I would love to hear about them.

Child of God said...

Hey Thomas. Nice work. Any other ideas that you have been working on? I would love to hear about them.

Thomas said...

All of my other lego projects are on Flickr
https://www.flickr.com/photos/31921491@N08/