This page shows several videos using Blender, a 3D rendering program. The videos all depict animations of virtual lego blocks. Two of the videos feature The Stormlight Archive by Brandon Sanderson, and two feature Skyward by Brandon Sanderson. All background music and sound effects in the videos are used with permission; typically they are from Pixabay, which distributes stock audio and imagery with a free license.
You can view the animations below. Further below, I have included a discussion of the lego builds and some of the customization involved, followed by copyright and use information. If you're on mobile, the menus are at the bottom of the page.
Shallan and Pattern
This is an animation of a scene near the middle of The Way of Kings, book one of The Stormlight Archive. I would not consider anything herein to be a spoiler.
Kaladin and Syl
This animation shows a scene from near the end of Words of Radiance, book two of The Stormlight Archive. It is spoilerific; be warned.
Skyward: DDF Poco
I created this video to promote my DDF Poco set on Lego Ideas. Please go vote to support it! The video shows a Poco taking off from Alta Base. No spoilers.
Skyward: M-Bot drone
This video features a certain cleaning drone that first appeared at the very end of Starsight. No spoilers.
About these builds
Pattern's general symbol design is based on official artwork by Ben McSweeney, though the animation extrapolates that design based on the descriptions in the text. The designs of Shallan and Jasnah's havahs are based on official artwork by Dan Dos Santos. Kaladin's tattoos and uniform markings are based on official artwork by Isaac Stewart. The Poco ship design and drone design are based on official artwork by Ben McSweeney.
The artwork on this page is copyright 2022 by Richard Martin. The source material is copyright by Brandon Sanderson. I am not affiliated with Brandon Sanderson or his publishers in any way.
Feel free to download the images on this page and to use them for non-commercial purposes. If you wish to re-post them online, you may do so as long as you give me credit by either citing me (Rick Martin) as the artist, linking to this site, and/or linking to my Facebook page or my Twitter account.