Over at the Anchor Stones Constructions Blog bunches of new designs for smaller sets continue to appear, to my great delight. Today's batch were for the Heinzelmännchen, but this design was restricted to the subset of stones also found in the Kleine Gernegroß, albeit with color variation.
Though labeled as "a building," I see it more as a Denkmal (memorial or monument) or Tor (gateway). Nice design, under any name, among many nice designs.
I may not be able to keep up with the flow, but I am happily printing out designs for later - many are folded to fit in the KG box, to enhance its take-along potential.
Good block play.
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
Not too long ago, a new blog of Anchor Stone Constructions appeared. created by an occasional reader (and commenter) of this blog.
This morning, he posted a rendering of a lighthouse built with the Kleine Gernegroß set, which this evening I built and photographed (above).
I am delighted to have a new source of small structures from small sets - most of his designs are for the Kleine Gernegross or Heinzelmännchen, the smallest & near-smallest of the Ankerstein sets.