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Hey i have a question have you ever though about collabing with any of theses themes? ( mortal kombat, Rainbow six seige, For Honor) i would love to see them come to life through you guys.
Brody, I have seen some cool custom LEGO builds with those franchises. It might be a good idea to submit something to LEGO Ideas. If it gets 10k votes, LEGO may consider it for production. Of course, the license holder has to agree first though.
I want to use my VIP points on a purchase & can not get the computer to work with this. HELP !!!!! before Christmas please
Evalyn, you may want to call LEGO’s customer service. They are very good at helping with issues like this. If you’re in the US, call, The 1 (800) 835-4386. If you’re in another country, you can search for the customer service number online.
I’m sure you are aware of the Brickpicker forum, full of resellers and scalpers. Well they are starting to get legal action taken against them for selling the product. These resellers despise bootleg products, so they certainly aren’t risking their “grandfathered beyond the gating” Amazon seller account selling fake items.
Resellers/scalpers seem to be shaking in their boots right now.
Letter regarding illegal selling on Amazon:
One of their mods got dinged as well, who is certainly not selling anything that would support copyright infringement
Their speculation on what has brought about this legal action
Good news for people wanting to buy things at retail prices and not wait months for restocks to avoid paying scalpers
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I represent an independent film company named HedgerowFilms. A major part of our current videos are LEGO stopmotions and I was just wondering if you would be open to reviewing a video of ours? If that is not what this site is about, I totally understand! Just thought I’d ask.
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I’m totally confused about available sizes for the baseplates. I’m working on a set that uses 2 32×32 and 2 8×16 baseplates. With Lego these are typically stud counts, but here I’m finding inches. I gather there’s not an easy way to combine your base plates with those from Lego in the same design as yours are thicker (a big advantage!!)
James, are you referring to the baseplates made by Strictly Briks? https://amzn.to/3kANYQL
If yes, they are the same width as regular LEGO baseplates, but as you mentioned, they are thicker than LEGO baseplate (and they have sharp corners instead of rounded ones). If a listing shows inches instead of studs, you can usually count the studs on the accompanying pictures to confirm the size. Standard LEGO baseplates are about 9.5″x9.5″. inches with 32×32 studs. The 10″x10″ Strictly Briks baseplates are the same size with 32 studs and 9.5″ width on all sides. It’s just rounded up to 10″ for easy reference.
Hope this helps some. I really like Strictly Briks plates myself, so if you have any other questions about them, just let me know.
Please note that there are now many other companies that make similar LEGO-compatible plates and baseplates, so I can’t say for sure how they categorize their products. However, in general, if they say they are LEGO compatible, you can just count the studs to confirm their size.
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