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Custom LEGO models with instructions

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As a LEGO fan you have several choices for building your own LEGO creations. You might get inspired by an official LEGO set and customize it further, or completely rebuild it. You can also use the loose pieces you already have, and make a completely original design. If you don’t have all the LEGO elements […]

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Classic style LEGO cars in official LEGO sets

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While the LEGO Modular Building series is set in modern times, the buildings themselves are mostly old style structures. Reusing and even repurposing old buildings is very much part of modern city life. While the sets are mostly focused on the buildings themselves, a couple of them do include vehicles. The #10197 LEGO Creator Fire […]

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LEGO minifigs hanging their heads…

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LEGO minifigures come with very basic posability with movable legs, arms and rotating head and hands. While this is sufficient for play and basic picture-taking, if you want something more dramatic, you will have to experiment with unconventional ways. We have discussed a few uncommon techniques for posing minifigures in this article: Posing LEGO Minifigs […]

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Unique sets by LEGO Certified Professionals

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There is a line of LEGO sets that are so rare and hard to find, you will hardly ever hear about them, let alone see them in person. They are created by independent designers who are authorized by the LEGO company. The boxes have no set numbers, but they come with the standard LEGO logo, […]

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Alternate color LEGO Star Wars sets & more

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Building official LEGO sets is definitely fun, and also a great way to learn interesting building techniques. If you would like to branch out to building your own LEGO models, one of the easiest ways to start is to simply modify official LEGO sets. This can include adding additional details and accessories, or if you […]

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Brick Breakdown: LEGO Burj Khalifa

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(Written by William) In this Brick Breakdown series I review official LEGO sets, from the perspective of looking at interesting building techniques we can all learn from. Today we will be looking at the #21031 LEGO Architecture Burj Khalifa. You can also check out the previously discussed LEGO techniques found in official LEGO sets at […]

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LEGO building tutorials by Siercon & Coral

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We have featured the LEGO creations of Sean and Steph Mayo (a.k.a. Siercon┬á& Coral) many times in the past (see links at the end of this post). They are well known for their stunning LEGO dioramas, unusual usage of LEGO elements, and for winning pretty much┬áall LEGO contest they enter. Through the years Sean and […]

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The best LEGO podcasts for LEGO fans

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When building a new LEGO set (especially large ones), or when sorting LEGO, most LEGO fans like listening to something. Of course you can put on some music, but even better is listening to a LEGO podcast. There are actually very few dedicated LEGO podcasts around, but there are couple of them that are really […]

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