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LEGO Transformers | LEGO Transformers Skids

LEGO Transformers | LEGO Transformers Skids

So simple but yet it screams of minimalism, clean lines, form and order.

So simple but yet it screams of minimalism, clean lines, form and order.

Playing with the Icosahedron technique by retinence, via Flickr

Playing with the Icosahedron technique by retinence, via Flickr

How to make ball

How to make ball

I was originally going to talk about building cylindrical columns. Then I realized that the only things that I’ve built with this technique are trees. Tree building is a very important topic in MOCing. There are probably as many different ways to build trees as there are types of trees. Lego Arboretum is a very …

I was originally going to talk about building cylindrical columns. Then I realized that the only things that I’ve built with this technique are trees. Tree building is a very important topic in MOCing. There are probably as many different ways to build trees as there are types of trees. Lego Arboretum is a very …

Austauschen von Diagonalen in der Vertikalen

Austauschen von Diagonalen in der Vertikalen

Baseplate instruction by Larry Lars, via Flickr

Baseplate instruction by Larry Lars, via Flickr

SNOT 180° via Cheese Slope in Brick

SNOT 180° via Cheese Slope in Brick

DSCN0319a | I'm retiring my first prototype from the Lego Te… | Flickr

DSCN0319a | I'm retiring my first prototype from the Lego Te… | Flickr

https://flic.kr/p/914qBC | letter N | One way of constructing a letter N. If the stud of the 1x1 technic brick doesn't line up with whatever sits on top or the bottom of this, the letter will have to be held in place from the side. I can't claim that this is either my idea or particularly revolutionary, but I made this picture as an illustration for a discussion I was having on Eurobricks.

https://flic.kr/p/914qBC | letter N | One way of constructing a letter N. If the stud of the 1x1 technic brick doesn't line up with whatever sits on top or the bottom of this, the letter will have to be held in place from the side. I can't claim that this is either my idea or particularly revolutionary, but I made this picture as an illustration for a discussion I was having on Eurobricks.