Forbidden Guides for LEGO Fans

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How to make your own LEGO dragon wings

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There is a LEGO builder who goes by the name Nuju Metru who is well known for his fantastic LEGO dragons other fantasy creations, and also his beautiful LEGO Minas Tirith project that has successfully achieved 10,000 votes on LEGO Ideas, and is currently under review for the possibility to become an official LEGO set. […]

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Sacrilege – what happens when LEGO burns?

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Okay, let’s make it clear before I get stoned, or before someone get’s a heart-attack; no real LEGO bricks have been harmed in this experiment! ūüėé Passionate fans of the LEGO brick often refer to other brick-brands as “clones”, deserved to be wiped off the face of the earth. When picking up a LEGO lot […]

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LEGO Friends undergo plastic surgery…

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The new LEGO Friends theme certainly gathered plenty of attention not just from the target audience of little girls, but also from parents, feminists, the media, and adult LEGO fans.¬†It seems like LEGO Friends has been successful so far with both children and parents, feminists quieted down, and adult LEGO fans appreciate the¬†new¬†line¬†for the unique […]

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Essential Guide to LEGO Customizing – part 1

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(Written by ChocoBricks) I have wanted to do something like this for awhile; a guide to LEGO customizing. I have been making LEGO customs for nearly 5 years, and after being in the online LEGO community for nearly 9 years, I wanted to share some of my insight – hoping that someone will benefit from […]

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Guide to glued & non-glued magnet minifigs!

Due to reader requests and comments in response to the Glued Magnet Minifig Removal tutorial, I¬†created¬†this guide to LEGO magnets. This is especially relevant because you can still find both glued and- no-glued versions at LEGO’s Online Shop,¬†LEGO stores and other retail outlets. I hope this will help you selecting the magnets that you want […]

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Custom LEGO armor tutorial by Lamanda

Have you ever wanted to make your own custom LEGO armor? Here is a step-by-step tutorial from an increadibly¬†talented and artistic young LEGO fan, Lamanda. Lamanda has been creating¬†various¬†custom accessories for LEGO minifigures.¬†You can find many of them in¬†her Bricklink store; Bricks & Customs. Her custom capes and flags are especially beautiful. She also creates¬†hand-painted¬†custom […]

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LEGO 4-Juniors minifig customization

Between 2001 and 2004 LEGO released a line of ‚Äújuniorized‚ÄĚ sets called LEGO 4-Juniors. These were aimed at kids who grew out of DUPLO, but may not be ready for regular size LEGO. The sets were simple to build, and included 2-inch tall minifigures – easier to handle for smaller hands, than regular LEGO minifigures. […]

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LEGO crown modification

Is your LEGO-king or crown-prince tired of wearing a big crown with a heavy neck-protector? Well, unfortunately LEGO only makes battle-crowns for the rulers of your LEGO kingdom. So, to lighten up their crowns you need to do a little modification. ūüėČ I‚Äôm certainly not the first one to customize the crown this way. The […]

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