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  2. bubacca

    ЛЕГО Замъци

    Един лек ъпдейт на последният ми проект ....
  3. Brickset

    [RSS]: Featured set of the day: Sabre Island

    On the day that Pirates sees a something of a reboot, LuLego has chosen one of the originals for the featured set today: Three pieces – that’s all it took. Three special (yet far from unique) pieces that swept me into a wave of nostalgia and set me off on an expensive voyage to rediscover the best set that LEGO has ever created... Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  4. danny

    Disney Mocs

    Добре, че успях да намеря темата, да не правя нова В арабските нощи, в арабските дни...това е то
  5. Brickset

    [RSS]: Tips and Tricks #2

    Hi everyone, Tiago here again! The feedback on Tips and Tricks #1 was overwhelming, thank you! So let's try and learn a few new tricks today. The following tips showcase cool ways to build detailed furniture, using clever LEGO math and sideways building. Let's jump right in... Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  6. Hri$$y

    30 day LEGO challenge

    Това пък е къща на дърво. Сложила съм нарочно само двама приятели - за да е изпълнено условието на карантината за несъбиране на повече от двама човека (после се замислих, че те са деца, а не възрастни, но да не разводняваме темата ... )
  7. danny

    30 day LEGO challenge

    Малко занемарихме календара, но ето нещо от вчера С 4 приятели по някаква причина бяхме заседнали на самотен остров и трябваше да билднем лодка за да се измъкнем. В последствие се сетих, че лодката няма платна и надали ще развие голяма скорост, та приятелката на сърфа най-вероятно ще се набълбука стабилно
  8. Brickset

    [RSS]: Meet a member: Riverwind

    Since starting our 'meet a member' series last week I've been inundated with volunteers and now have enough material for the next two weeks, at least. Thank you to everyone who's responded. Please allow me to clear the backlog before accepting any more! Today we are heading to Russia for a chat with Daniel, aka Riverwind, who's a freelance designer. How long have you been visiting Brickset? I've been a member since around 2009, and I visit it every day. What's your favourite/most used feature of the site? Definitely the Sets I own, which is a collector's delight, and the sets I want, to keep track on what I'm going to get. And, of course, the site updates for sets: I just LOVE to open Brickset and see a new set, or even a new theme added, check them out and add to wanted list, if I like them. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  9. Brickset

    [RSS]: Random set of the day: Mobile Devastator

    Today's random set is 8108 Mobile Devastator, released in 2007. It's one of 18 Exo-Force sets produced that year. It contains 1009 pieces and 13 minifigs, and its retail price was US$89.99/£59.99. It's owned by 854 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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  11. Brickset

    [RSS]: Pirates of Barracuda Bay available now!

    21322 Pirates of Barracuda Bay may well be the most anticipated Ideas set yet if the overwhelmingly positive comments to the press release are anything to go by. It's now available in Europe at LEGO.com which, for the time being, is the only place you'll be able to buy it. Furthermore, the Easter promotions are still running so you'll also receive 40371 Easter Egg and, in North America, 30550 Easter Bunny, with you order. Please place your order for this exquisite set using this link to LEGO.com. Thank you! Oh, and in case you're wondering, our review is still in progress. CapnRex101 has been unwell for the past week or so, but he's on the mend now, so we should have it ready soon. In any case, I think it's a day one purchase for many people: you don't need us to tell you how good it is! In case you missed it, the press release is after the break. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  12. UNIVEGA

    LEGO 2020

    По-скоро бих го взел заради кораба.
  13. Today's selection has been made by whaleyland: LEGO in the mid- to late 1990s was in a strange transitional period, and the UFO subtheme of Space was certainly no exception. I purchased 6979 Interstellar Starfighter in July 1997 using a combination of birthday money and allowance. It was only the second “expensive” set I had ever purchased with my own money and, like the first one (for the record, 6494 Magic Mountain Time Lab), I had no plans for which set I was going to buy when I walked into Kiddie World that summer afternoon. I certainly did not foresee returning home with this unusual vessel. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  14. Brickset

    [RSS]: Review: DOTS Bracelets

    It's been an interesting trajectory for the DOTS theme. When first announced as a wearable line for LEGO, it received much derision in the AFOL world. Part of that was due to the lack of pictures of what the product actually looked like; many feared it would be this generation's version of Clikits (though I'm sure Huwbot wouldn't have minded that!). Upon seeing the product pictures, sentiment changed remarkably. Most notably, the colourful tiles and pieces that come with the DOTS sets have generated much interest. Today, we'll look at the five bracelets that the DOTS range has to date: 41900 Rainbow, 41901 Funky Animals, 41902 Sparkly Unicorn, 41903 Cosmic Wonder, and 41912 Love Birds. CapnRex101 reviewed the basic functionality of the bracelet back in January; this review will focus on the specific pieces included with these sets. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  15. Today's guest editorial has been contributed by Jackson Reid in Australia: With the growing quarantine restrictions and lock-downs happening all over the world, many people have found themselves confined to their homes, away from work and their studies. For me personally, my Uni has gone on a two-week break before we begin classes online to take necessary precautions for COVID-19. However, as a LEGO fan and active builder I have found that my natural instinct to both entertain myself and keep my brain active is of course to build more figures. I run an Instagram account where I post my Bionicle creations, and ever since restrictions on our daily living have begun, I’ve been posting more as well as interacting with other Bionicle fans a great deal. I was curious to know whether my fellow creators were having a similar experience as me, and it turns out that they were. Over Instagram I interviewed several Bionicle MOCers with various followings and from different countries to get a holistic idea of how the pandemic has affected our hobby. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  16. LEGO artist and prolific author Warren Elsmore has just made the instructions for the models in his first book Brick City available for free download from his website. He writes "Today I’m publishing all of the instructions from my first book, Brick City, here on my website. That’s over 60 models you can build at home, all downloadable 100% free. "You can build them with your own bricks at home or just use them as inspiration. These will be completely free to use for the next 30 days, no questions asked!" Find out more and download them here, and check out Warren's books on Amazon: UK | USA © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  17. Brickset

    [RSS]: This month's offers at IWOOT

    IWOOT has a number of tempting offers running at the moment: Three sets for £22, with free shipping, including the Marvel mechs, Friends cubes, new City sets and more. 20% off a range of Technic, City and Hidden Side sets to celebrate the company's 20th birthday. Pre-order the Star Wars busts for £54.99 © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  18. Brickset

    [RSS]: Meet a member: jackiebritton

    Today we are talking to Jackie Britton in the UK who is photographed here wearing a fish on her head at a party after too much wine, apparently... How long have you been visiting Brickset? Been a member? I’ve been a member since late 2017 but I’m not sure how long I’ve been visiting. It’s one of the first websites I visit every morning. What's your favourite/most used feature of the site? I use the Amazon discounts list filtered by my wanted list a lot but my favourite feature (besides the articles of course) is probably being able to identify the elements unique to a particular set. I do a lot of toggling between Brickset and my wish lists on Bricklink. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  19. OneOfAll

    LEGO Masters TV show

    Втори сезон на Австралия започва на 19 април. Дали някой ще ги рипва предстои да разберем. Дано втори сезон на US се различава от втори на AU от към изпитания, тъй като в първи сезон са били еднакви.
  20. You may recall we recently challenged Inthert to get creative with a couple of polybags from the LEGO® Xtra range. We already published his creations based upon 40375 Sports Accessories and today comes the other bag: 40376 Botanical Accessories which has 32 pieces and is priced £3.99 / $3.99 / 3.99€. For the green-fingered among you, there is 40376 Botanical Accessories (not to be confused with 2018’s 40310 Botanical Accessories). Continue reading »View the full article
  21. Brickset

    [RSS]: Random set of the day: Raid VPR

    Today's random set is 5981 Raid VPR, released in 2010. It's one of 5 Space sets produced that year. It contains 69 pieces and 2 minifigs, and its retail price was US$9.99/£7.99. It's owned by 3209 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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  23. Brickset

    [RSS]: Featured set of the day: Hook and Ladder

    MrJackson takes us back to mid-1990s Town for today's featured set: I've been into Lego since my first set was given to me by a good friend of my father's back when I was around 5 years old. I’m not 100% sure, but I believe it was set 6604 Formula 1 Racer. I distinctly remember the slope with the number 1 printed on it, but everything else is lost to time. I'm now 35 with a 3 year old son and 4 day old daughter and I'm very much back into the hobby after the usual college years Dark Ages. My journey back to Lego included a 4-year stop working at a local Lego Brand Retail Store, with the final 3 years as a shift supervisor. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  24. Brickset

    [RSS]: First Fast & Furious set revealed!

    The first product resulting from LEGO's relationship with the Fast and Furious franchise has been revealed today. Vin Diesel's pimped-up ride has been given the LEGO Technic treatment. Here's the press release: 42111 Dom's Dodge Charger, 1077 pieces USA $99.99 / DE €99.99 / UK t.b.a Available to pre-order from LEGO.com today, to ship on 27th April. Muscle car lovers and Fast & Furious fans are getting set for the ultimate thrill. Today, the LEGO Group and Universal Brand Development revealed the first LEGO set inspired by the high-octane, global blockbuster franchise: the awesome LEGO Technic Dom’s Dodge Charger. The 1,077-piece replica of fearless street racer Dominic Toretto’s legendary 1970 Dodge Charger R/T will provide an exciting new building challenge as fans gear up for the latest instalment in the Fast saga – F9, which hits theatres around the world beginning in April 2021. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  25. Stormfury

    2020 Sets

    42111: Dom's Dodge Charger - 99,99 € 1077 части В магазините от 1-ви Май.
  26. Brickset

    [RSS]: Hispabrick issue 34 out now

    The latest issue of HispaBrick Magazine is now available for download. Editor Lluís writes: "With a bit of a delay... HispaBrick Magazine 034 is here! It took longer than usual because we have a new member on the team. She is a BFOD (Baby Fan Of Duplo) who prefers her father plays with her rather than allowing him to prepare the magazine for the whole AFOL community :) "The cover of this issue is very special. It is a tribute to the mother of Luigi Priori, one of our contributors, who passed away recently. This cover is a heartfelt tribute and a show of support to our friend. "During this time of confinement, we're delighted to show you Antha's models, and you can see how the Star Wars Boost Droid Orchestra was made. Although we can't travel, we will do a virtual tour of the LEGO Store in Shanghai and relive the emotional moments of Christmas with a proposal by StuckInPlastic. "We also have our EV3 Programming tutorial, we'll see another analysis of the Friends mini-dolls, and we'll analyze a lot of sets from 2019, but providing extra information about the apps that control them. And of course, the number 034 of our comic strip, "Desmontados". "And as we are in the time of being at home, we have a special offer for you: All issues of HispaBrick Magazine FREE! Of course, they always are, but it's a good excuse to sail through 12 years of LEGO hobby if you haven't done so yet." You can download it, and the previous issues from the HispaBrick magazine website. © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  27. Brickset

    [RSS]: Meet a member: bekuehn

    Our interviewee today is Brandon Kuehn aka bekuehn, an estimator for a manufacturing company, in Missouri, USA. What is your first LEGO memory? My first memory of being excited to receive and build a set was 6075 Wolfpack Tower. I was about 7-8 years old and our babysitter took my brother and me to Toys R Us and told us we could pick out one thing from the store. When I brought that set to her, she hesitated about the price (some things never change!) but like a typical kid, I begged and pleaded. She made me promise that I would enjoy the set and really play with it; not just build it once and throw it to the side. Well enjoy it I did. I probably built and re-built that set every day for months. And I wish I could tell her today that I still own that set and many, many more! Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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