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LEGO guitars & other musical instruments

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The newly released #10255 LEGO Creator Assembly Square features a music store on the second floor of one of the buildings, however the store only carries a few musical instruments: a drum set, a saxophone, and a couple of guitars. Since there is plenty more room in the store, this is a perfect place for […]

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Build your own working LEGO Nerf gun!

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Nerf guns are admittedly very fun, and it is even more fun to make a Nerf gun out of LEGO. Most of the LEGO recreations don’t actually shoot, or if they do, they are usually made of LEGO Technic pieces. These work well, but LEGO Technic can’t really replicate the chunky style Nerf guns are […]

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LEGO shingles & roofing techniques

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Some of the first LEGO sets were houses, which means that besides basic LEGO bricks, standard LEGO slopes are some of the oldest pieces. The 1×2, 2×2, 2×3 and 2×4 stud slopes, the 2×2 convex corner slope (for outer corners), the 2×2 concave corner slope (for inner corners), and the 1×2, 1×2, 1×3 and 1×4 […]

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LEGO sets with pizzerias & pizza pieces

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I have been working on turning the café side of the #10255 LEGO Creator Assembly Square into a pizzeria, which got me looking for inspirations, and of course lots of pizza pieces. It is interesting to note that LEGO recently released several pizzeria related sets, which are definitely great resources for both design ideas and useful […]

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Simple LEGO brickfilming tips & tricks

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LEGO recently released a series of short video-tutorials on their YouTube channel with helpful tips for making stop-motion films. The tutorials address pretty much all of the important aspects of brickfilming in a simple way that is easy to follow. They are narrated by Aven Woodard, a young brickfilmer and founder of Kid Film Fest. […]

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Custom LEGO instructions by TheBrickLab

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I have been looking at enhancing the interior of some of the LEGO Modular Buildings, and was looking for some inspiration. One of the resources I ran across was a YouTube channel with step-by-step instructions for some simple but very nicely designed models, so I thought to share it with you. The channel is called […]

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Tips for building large geometric LEGO models

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(Written by William) Being a fan of LEGO, chances are you’ve seen the work of Nathan Sawaya by now. His artwork features fantastic designs while only utilizing basic LEGO bricks. Most of us have never had the opportunity to work with that many LEGO pieces at one time, so it can be hard to grasp […]

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The history and evolution of LEGO capes

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Every super hero and super villain know that wearing a cape is an important part of dressing to impress. Capes make badguys look bigger and meaner, and good guys more elegant and supernatural. So it makes sense that important people in the LEGO minifig world are also draped in capes. LEGO capes have a long […]

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