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LEGO building technique: greebling

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(Written by Linus Bohman) Greeble, greeb or greeblingĀ are words not recognized by most dictionaries. According to Wikipedia (see link), the earliest recorded use of the term greeble found to date was by those working on the special effects forĀ Star WarsĀ – theĀ group who would later become Industrial Light and Magic. They also described this design method […]

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i-Brix – LEGO lights without batteries & wires

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There is a revolutionary LEGO related project on the crowd-funding platform KickStarter that I wanted to show you today. It is called the i-Brix Wireless Lighting System-for LEGO Building. In the past we have looked at several great lighting systems for LEGO (see links at the end of this post), however they all need some […]

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LEGO Movie Maker tips & tricks

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The LEGO Movie Maker app has been around for just about three years now. It a very popular and user-friendly app to create LEGO stop-motion animations. The simple tools and guides of the app make it easy to shoot, edit, and even score your movie with music. The LEGO Movie Maker works on iPhone, iPod […]

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Renting LEGO sets through Pley.com – review

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Recently I was invited by the company called Pley to review their LEGO rental service. I have heard about Pley.com before (formally known as Pleygo), and read reviews on the service with interest. Pley basically works like Netflix, except instead of renting movies for a monthly subscription fee, you rent LEGO sets. So let’s take […]

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Light up your LEGO models with BrickStuff

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Adding lights to your LEGO creations is one of the most satisfying ways to bring them to life. Whether it be a police-car with flashing lights, a fireplace with flickering flames, or a LEGO City with warmly glowing streetlights, lit up LEGO models really stand out and get the attention of even non-LEGO fans. There […]

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Brick Breakdown: LEGO Simpsons Kwik-E-Mart

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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 #71016 LEGO The Simpsons Kwik-E-Mart. You can also check out the previously discussed LEGO techniques found in official LEGO sets at […]

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Brick Breakdown: LEGO Pirates Island

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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 #70411 LEGO Pirates Treasure Island. You can also check out the previously discussed LEGO techniques found in official LEGO sets at […]

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LEGO double-decker couch versions & changes

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The double-decker couch – Emmet’s invention in The LEGO Movie – was not particularly popular with Vitruvius and Wyldstyle. In fact, they said it was the worst idea ever. However the couch became quite handy later in the movie, and it even saved our heroes lives. While the minifig characters weren’t that impressed with this […]

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