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LEGO Haunted House Modular Modification

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Although the #10273 LEGO Haunted House is technically a part of the LEGO Creator Fairground series, it is very different from the previous sets in both color and design. Rather than being an obvious fairground ride, it’s a drop tower hidden inside a haunted manor. The manor itself is a nicely detailed building, similar in […] Read more

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Featured LEGO Creation: Best Friends by Tom Gerardin

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I recently ran across a sweet series by LEGO fan Tom Gerardin. If you’re from the UK, you might remember that Tom was one of the contestants in the 2018 season of LEGO Masters. Tom’s brick-built characters are particularly expressive, capturing both movement and emotion in an effective and attractive way. Tom calls his new […] Read more

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BrotherhoodWorkshop is Back with New Brickfilms!

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If you have been a reader here for a while, you might remember that some years back we regularly featured LEGO stop-motion animation videos by Kevin Ulrich, who runs the YouTube channel, the BrotherhoodWorkshop. Kevin’s videos are funny and creative, using many innovative brickfilming techniques. Kevin hasn’t been posting as much on his channel as […] Read more

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Designing & Building a LEGO Modular Chinatown

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I have been thinking about adding a Chinatown section to my LEGO Modular Buildings layout for quite some time now, and when the LEGO Chinese New Year sets were released, the idea solidified even further. Many LEGO fans use #70620 LEGO Ninjago City and #70657 LEGO Ninjago City Docks for their Asian neighborhood, but because […] Read more

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LEGO Projects – Researching the Future

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(Written by William) When I originally started writing about LEGO Ideas, it was for two major reasons. The first was to share some of my own creations with the larger fan community. The second was to document the LEGO Ideas process. I was hoping that, with each successive project, I could learn from my mistakes […] Read more

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Custom LEGO Central Perk Modular Buildings

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The #21319 LEGO Ideas Central Perk set has been inspiring many LEGO fans to turn it into a LEGO Modular Building. The set was released towards the end of last year to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Friends, the very popular American TV sitcom. It recreates the café style studio setting with many authentic details, […] Read more

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Magical Floating LEGO Tensegrity Structures

Tensegrity has taken the LEGO world by storm over the past couple of weeks. You have probably seen these fantastical “floating” creations on social media, as more and more LEGO fans are sharing their own tensegrity structures (image below: Floating Island by Seb_E). According to Wikipedia, “tensegrity, or tensional integrity, or floating compression is a […] Read more

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Changing Gears with My LEGO Ideas Project

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(Written by William) With all the LEGO-related and other social events being canceled due to the virus, I haven’t been able to display my first LEGO Ideas project, Ahoy’s Seafood Restaurant. (You can read about the projects via the links at the end of this post). Judging by the statistics, chances are that project won’t […] Read more

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Mixing LEGO Creator Palace Cinema with Ninjago City

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Two of the most popular sets from The LEGO Ninjago Movie are the #70620 LEGO Ninjago City from 2017 and the #70657 LEGO Ninjago City Docks from 2018. The sets can be used separately or connected together for a larger layout. They represent a chaotic cityscape with structures stacked on top of each other, as […] Read more

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Robot Dreams – LEGO Great Ball Contraption Module

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LEGO fan Jason Allemann is well known for his LEGO kinetic sculptures. Jason also openly shares instructions for most of his models on his website, JKBrickWorks.com, so other LEGO fans can learn from them. Interestingly, although Jason’s expertise is with mechanical models, he never built a LEGO Great Ball Contraption (GBC). GBC models are very […] Read more

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