Thursday, November 1, 2012

An AFOL made LEGO Technic Designer

Today in the LEGO.com/Technic website we got to know about the latest updates on the LEGO Technic team.
Not really fresh news, but still an update.

Milan Reindl ("grohl" for the fans) came to introduce himself and tell how he became to a LEGO Technic Designer.
You must know him from his creations and multiple alternate models from the same set.
Bellow I set some links where you can find the previous work from Milan, since likely we won't see much MOCs from him, after he got his dream job.


Also we got the biography page from Niels Henrik Horsted, LEGO Technic Marketing Manager (for the second time) in exercise since November 2011.

Below the new entries to the Bios page:

Name: Milan Reindl
Nickname: grohl
Nationality: Czech

Name: Niels Henrik Horsted
Nickname: NH
Nationality: Danish

Who's next?

4 comments:

AVCampos said...

Congratulations, Milan! I admire greatly your single-set MOC's, especially the models depicting unusual themes on Technic, and, among those, my favourite by far is the 8294 Parrot. Here's hoping you bring for great success and innovative sets from you in the future!

Regarding Niels' bio, I, like many other FOLT's, watched and loved it! The next question is: when can we have another "making-of" video?

Rohan Beckett said...

The mouseovers on those 2 pictures (might be because I'm using Hoverzoom on Chrome), shows 2 different people!!

Fernando Correia said...

@Rohan

You're right!
I just fixed it. Thanks!

Allanp said...

I'm so glad for him. He gets to get paid for doing what he loves, can there be anything better career wise?! Congratulations! Of course you know now comes the hard part, staying there! His MOCs were/are amongst the best out there, but now he has far more time and recources available to him (like being able to design his own parts!) he's gonna have to take it to the next level of awesomeness. I wish him all the best of luck.

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