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LEGO Building Techniques

Learn basic & advanced building-techniques with LEGO elements! Would you like to publish your own tutorials? Submit your entry here! 🙂

LEGO Architecture Statue of Liberty facelift

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When we talked about the #21042 LEGO Architecture Statue of Liberty(see: LEGO Architecture Statue of Liberty Review), we discussed that while both the pedestal and the statue itself had beautiful and impressive designs, the flat face and unusually long neck appeared somewhat odd. I was hoping that someone will come up with a good alternate […]

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Building curved roads with LEGO bricks

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If you like building LEGO cities, you know that roads have great importance. They provide a solid surface for your buildings and vehicles, and they also make your city feel more tied together and realistic. LEGO offers a selection of thin baseplate road-plates with straight sections, 90-degree curved sections, T-intersections, and crossroads. These are quite […]

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LEGO Creator fun holiday DIY projects

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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! Hope you have a wonderful and peaceful time with your family this holiday season, and that you might even have some time to build and play! Below are a few small holiday-themed LEGO projects by LEGO’s own designers, that you might like to build with your family. You can follow […]

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More LEGO Beyond the Instructions projects!

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You might remember that back in March we talked about a new series on LEGO’s YouTube channel titled Beyond the Instructions. In the series, Erik Beck from Indie Machines takes a wide variety of official LEGO sets and transforms them into something even more awesome – usually by motorizing them and making them fly, launch, […]

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Brick Breakdown: LEGO Ideas Saturn V

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(Written by William) The #21309 LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V is on top of the list of record-breaking LEGO sets in more than one category; the first LEGO Ideas set that costs over $100, the LEGO Ideas set with the most pieces (now beaten on both counts by the #21310 LEGO Ideas Old Fishing […]

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LEGO building technique: LEGO brick walls

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LEGO fan Simon NH is known for some stunning LEGO creations, like the Island of Catan diorama pictured below. As you see, Simon is a master of blending colors and using some very advanced building techniques to achieve a lifelike result. Simon also shares many of his techniques, so you can experiment with them on […]

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More lettering with LEGO using curved tiles

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Not that long ago, we talked about lettering with LEGO, taking advantage of the new tile shapes LEGO recently added to their parts-selection (see: Lettering with LEGO Using New Tile Shapes). I can’t over emphasize how exciting these new tiles are, and how much easier they make “writing” with LEGO. In the last article, we […]

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Tree trials and other LEGO building tutorials

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(Written by Geneva – gid617) One huge aspect of the LEGO hobby is building your own creations. And when it comes to building, there are as many styles, techniques, tips, and tricks as there are LEGO builders! 🙂 About six years ago, I built, photographed, and shared online my first MOC (My-Own-Creation), and since then […]

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