Ricecracker has been an avid LEGO fan for his entire life, from fighting with his sister over her Paradisa sets, to building set 7471 Mars Exploration Rover with his father. BrickWorld 2009 and 2010 were very awe-inspiring events for him, where he was able to meet up with fellow Classic-Town.net contributors, Davey and Hinckley. LEGO has provided Ricecracker with a creative outlet to express his views of the world around him.
Ricecracker loves to build vehicles and buildings that he sees on a daily basis, which is one of the reasons his favourite theme is Town, though that wasn’t always the case. In fact, Ricecracker’s first and second MOCs were Castle and Pirate MOCs, respectively. Ricecracker is still interested in other themes, and occasionally dabbles in building them.
Eurobricks was his first venture into the online community, way back in 2007. After that, he created both a Brickshelf account and a MOCPages account, but soon left them for flickr. Ricecracker has been following Classic-Town.net since it’s creation, and is proud to now be a contributor. Ricecracker is also a member of Classic-Castle, Forbidden Cove and Classic-Space, among other LEGO-centric sites.
Ricecracker is an occasional contributor to the Eurobricks Reviewers Academy, and is a proud member of the Fabuland Builders Guild.
Outside of LEGO, Ricecracker enjoys mountain biking, rock climbing, canoing and a good game of ultimate frisbee.