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    [RSS]: Medieval Blacksmith revealed!

    Here's the press release for the 33rd LEGO Ideas set: 21325 Medieval Blacksmith, 2164 pieces 149.99 USD/ 199.99 CAD 146.99 EUR / 134.99 GBP /249.99 AUD Available from 1st February LEGO Ideas reveals medieval set starring the unsung hero of the Middle Ages – the honourable blacksmith 1st February 2021: LEGO Ideas has taken a leaf out of the history books with the design of its latest set, a charming Medieval Blacksmith’s house. The new set is based on an original design by an avid LEGO builder, which achieved over 10,000 votes from LEGO fans worldwide – giving it the green light to go into production. LEGO superfan Clemens Fiedler originally submitted the concept to LEGO Ideas; a LEGO initiative that takes new ideas that have been imagined and voted for by fans and turns them into reality. The LEGO Ideas Medieval Blacksmith set harks back to a time when cottage industries and artisans were the cornerstone of society and was brought to life by LEGO designers Wes Talbott and Austin Carlson. Continue reading » © 2021 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Random set of the day: Whitecap Bay

    Today's random set is 4194 Whitecap Bay, released in 2011. It's one of 14 Pirates of the Caribbean sets produced that year. It contains 745 pieces and 6 minifigs, and its retail price was US$79.99/£71.99. It's owned by 3960 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay. Help me come to life! If you like the set I've chosen for you today, please pledge your support for me on LEGO Ideas so I have a chance of becoming an official LEGO set! Continue reading » © 2021 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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  5. UNIVEGA

    Продавам/ разменям

    Здрасти, интересува ме "rogue", хач парач?
  6. Brickset

    [RSS]: Review: 41449 Andrea's Family House

    Since the Friends theme launched in 2012, each of the Friends has had a set dedicated to their home. We started with 3315 Olivia's House in 2012, continued with 41095 Emma's House in 2015, 41314 Stephanie's House in 2017, and 41369 Mia's House in 2019. In its tenth year, the run of Friends houses is concluding with 41449 Andrea's Family House. This set does have a few firsts for the line: all the previous houses have had only the named minidoll and her parents in the set, though in some cases older siblings are referenced. In this set, we meet not only Andrea's parents but her baby sister, Liz. This set also includes Stephanie. While it would make sense that the Friends would be at each other's houses a lot, this is the first Friends house set to include a second Friend. The name is also a bit different in referencing the set as a family home as opposed to just one of the Friends. Those who are interested in new recolours for pieces will love this set - the bay windows caught my eye right away. Read on for more on this intriguing set. Continue reading » © 2021 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  7. nerdcore

    Продавам/ разменям

    И без това трябваше да ги вадя, та качвам снимка с добавени и по-новите серии
  8. Brickset

    [RSS]: New designer BrickLists

    As you may know our BrickLists feature is used by many LEGO set designers to record the sets they've worked on and to provide interesting information about their involvement. Over 70 designers have now created them, and most keep them updated as the sets they've worked on are released. Here's a list of the recently compiled ones: Laura Perron (Dots) Corvin Stichert (City) David Tauzia (Friends) George Gilliatt (Creator) Theo Bonner (Ninjago) Jme Wheeler (Ninjago) Another list worth pointing out is one that MPlagborg created late last year containing the sets his father Torben Plagborg designed in the 1980s and 1990s, which includes most of the initial 9v train sets. Designers, thank you! I know many people appreciate knowing who designed what, and find the information you provide about the design process fascinating. Please encourage your colleagues that haven't yet created one to do so! © 2021 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  9. gibona

    Ikea + lego серия

    Бяха заредили малките кутии, взех една и пак свършиха
  10. Zachary Hill (@zacharyphill) reviews the 2021 LEGO® Technic 42125 Ferrari 488 GTE “AF Corse #51” for you today. Buying this set? Consider using our affiliate links: UK LEGO Shop | UK Amazon / USA LEGO Shop - for other countries, Change Region | USA Amazon. New Elementary may get a commission. The products in this article were provided for free by LEGO; the author's opinions are not biased by this. Nothing compares to the intensity of the FIA World Endurance Championship. 24-hour long races, mid-race driver changes, and multiple car classes sharing the track are a monumental challenge for any team. Race team AF Corse and racecar builder Ferrari have had an incredibly successful partnership in endurance racing, while The LEGO Group and Ferrari have enjoyed similarly astounding teamwork bringing over 50 co-branded sets to fans since 1997. The new LEGO® Technic 42125 Ferrari 488 GTE gives racing fans the biggest Prancing Horse set ever with 1677 pieces, over 300 more than previous record holder 8653 Enzo Ferrari 1:10. At 48 cm (18¾”) long this model breaks the 13-year hiatus since the last 1:10 Ferrari model. This set is now available priced at US$169.99/ CA$229.99/ £169.99 / €175.45.Continue reading »View the full article
  11. Brickset

    [RSS]: Random set of the day: Speed Wings

    Today's random set is 4882 Speed Wings, released in 2005. It's one of 36 Creator sets produced that year. It contains 161 pieces, and its retail price was US$10/£7.99. It's owned by 616 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay. Help me come to life! If you like the set I've chosen for you today, please pledge your support for me on LEGO Ideas so I have a chance of becoming an official LEGO set! Continue reading » © 2021 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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  13. Following our previous article that discussed sets containing the most stickers outright, now our interest moves to products that include the most stickers relative to their size. Certain sets accordingly return from our earlier leaderboard, although numerous smaller items which include considerable numbers of stickers are new entrants. Find out which sets contain the highest ratios of stickers after the break... Continue reading » © 2021 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Scala's legacy

    If you've been reading the articles about Scala sets that we've been publishing recently you could be excused for thinking that they consisted of nothing other than long-extinct unique and specialised parts, and you'd be mostly right. However, the theme did introduce some that are still current and ubiquitous. Before Scala, LEGO figures had to sustain themselves on baguettes and pizza, but that was all set to change... Continue reading » © 2021 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  15. To celebrate the 90th Anniversary of the LEGO company, the Ideas team wants us to choose a classic theme to be reimagined as a single new product to be released in 2022! Thirty popular LEGO themes have been selected for us to choose from. Here's how the process will work: “Splitting this fan vote into two parts, you will have three votes in the first vote. You can vote a maximum of once for each theme in the first vote. This vote will be 100% transparent! “The second vote will be the top three themes from the first vote. One of the three themes will be the theme the 90th Anniversary Set will be based on. This vote will not be transparent. “We will run this fan vote of all 30 themes from today to the 25th January 2021. Then on February 3rd, we will launch the second fan vote. One of these themes will be what the 90th Anniversary Set will be based on, but we still want to know what the most popular of the final three is!” So, the second vote is pointless in actually determining the set. It appears that will be ignored and is just for information. View which thirty classic themes LEGO has chosen after the break... Continue reading » © 2021 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  16. Brickset

    [RSS]: This week's top news articles

    These are the most read articles that we've posted over the last couple of weeks: Article Date posted Views Likes Comments 25 projects qualify in latest LEGO Ideas review period 04 Jan 23853 130 210 Which set contains the most stickers? 10 Jan 20508 158 95 NINJAGO City Gardens: more details 11 Jan 19676 204 131 Review: 60291 Family House 03 Jan 17009 137 71 City design team explains new road plates 08 Jan 16645 118 215 Results: What is your favourite set, set costing below $40 and minifigure of 2020? 07 Jan 16177 168 106 Do you disassemble your sets? 06 Jan 15470 172 233 Using Super Mario sets as display models 09 Jan 15007 144 39 LEGO NINJAGO 10th anniversary: How the theme almost disappeared 09 Jan 14808 111 55 The composition of modular buildings 05 Jan 12841 166 54 The total number of news article views this week is 301402, 53199 fewer than last week. © 2021 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  17. Duh5

    Идентификатор за фигурки

    https://figureitout.app/blfigure ново място за същото нещо:)
  18. Brickset

    [RSS]: Brick Train Awards 2021

    The Brick Train Awards are taking place again this year. Here's all you need to know: Brick Train Awards 2021 - global awards for LEGO train fans The Brick Train Awards are back for 2021. These are virtual awards for LEGO train fans around the world, and are they are free to enter via bricktrainawards.com from 1st - 28th February 2021. If you followed them last year, you'll have seen the huge variety and a lot of brilliant LEGO models from railways, railroads and transport systems from around the world. Continue reading » © 2021 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  19. Brickset

    [RSS]: Random set of the day: Radar Buggy

    Today's random set is 3068 Radar Buggy, released in 1999. It's one of 63 Town sets produced that year. It contains 25 pieces and 1 minifig. It's owned by 103 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay. Help me come to life! If you like the set I've chosen for you today, please pledge your support for me on LEGO Ideas so I have a chance of becoming an official LEGO set! Continue reading » © 2021 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  20. Brickset

    [RSS]: What's hot this week

    These are the sets that have been viewed the most this week: TW LW Set Views 1 3 ↑ 71741 NINJAGO City Gardens 15597 2 7745 High-Speed City Express Passenger Train Set 4806 3 2 ↓ 10281 Bonsai Tree 4693 4 20 ↑ 70620 NINJAGO City 4570 5 4 ↓ 10280 Flower Bouquet 4563 6 8 ↑ 80107 Spring Lantern Festival 4394 7 1 ↓ 40448 Vintage Car 4345 8 70657 NINJAGO City Docks 3039 9 5 ↓ 21325 Medieval Blacksmith 2978 10 7 ↓ 10278 Police Station 2624 The total number of set detail pages viewed this week is 1694373, 84909 more than last week. © 2021 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: LEGO teases Mediaeval Blacksmith

    LEGO has posted a short video on social media ahead of the official announcement of 21325 Medieval Blacksmith, which is presumably imminent. It's a shame, then, that the leak on Amazon.co.uk a fortnight ago rather gave the game away. You can view the clip after the break. Continue reading » © 2021 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Scala construction methods

    Scala could almost be considered to be another LEGO 'system' because although it was broadly compatible with regular System LEGO, it introduced and utilised a number of unique pieces and connection methods that have not been used since. In this, the penultimate article in a short series about the Scala dolls sets released around the turn of the century, I'll take 3124 Indie's Stable apart to explain them, then show what they made possible with the theme's crowning glory, 3290 The Big Family House. Continue reading » © 2021 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  23. Brickset

    [RSS]: Random set of the day: Droid Tri-Fighter

    Today's random set is 8086 Droid Tri-Fighter, released in 2010. It's one of 29 Star Wars sets produced that year. It contains 268 pieces and 3 minifigs, and its retail price was US$24.99/£25.99. It's owned by 9141 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay. Help me come to life! If you like the set I've chosen for you today, please pledge your support for me on LEGO Ideas so I have a chance of becoming an official LEGO set! Continue reading » © 2021 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  24. mrcastle

    Магазин Brick N' More

    Привет на всички вчера отворих магазин за лего в сайта си и други хоби артикули. Ето линк https://thesiteoffire.info/store/ за вмомента предлагам това, но ще има още много.
  25. You may recall Marinus Jasperse, Senior Designer on the LEGO® Element Design Team, from his recent article when he pulled apart a 1980s DUPLO phone! Following this, Tim Johnson caught up over a video call with Marinus in his 'home office', to gain a deeper insight into how the element designers at The LEGO Group are structured and operate. This transcript has been edited for clarity, readability and narrative flow. New Elementary: Hello, Marinus, thanks for your time this morning! Marinus: Let me just start by saying, that is always very thorough research you guys do on elements. In some cases you even manage to surprise us like, “wow – there is a connection there!” So very, very thorough. That's what we like to hear, we're hoping we're surprising people, especially TLG employees! So when did you begin at the LEGO Group and what has your journey there been? I started in October 2015, in the Platform team. Back then they were developing the roller coaster track so I came half-way into that project and what an awesome project it was to start with, creating such a unique subsystem! I’m part of the Element Design Team too now; about a year ago I made the decision to move over and go a little more into Downstream. Continue reading »View the full article
  26. Brickset

    [RSS]: Scala: from ABS to foam

    This is the third in a short series about Scala dolls sets, prompted by recent random sets of the day. If you view Scala in the database chronologically you'll notice that the first sets released were characterised by huge ABS pieces, dozens of unique elements, and intricately-made fabric clothes and housewares, which must have cost more to produce than they were sold for. However, those released subsequently became much more sparse and by 2000 most of them consisted of little more than foam sheets. 3150 Puppy Playground, containing the adorable foxhounds Sita and Sniff, is perhaps the worst offender, as you will see after the break. Continue reading » © 2021 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Base Ace review

    Six years ago we highlighted a LEGO compatible 3D platform system called Base Ace that, incidentally, is made just down the road from where I live. Just before Christmas Brickset member Josh over in the USA contacted me to remind him what it was called, because he had read the article back in the day and wanted to buy some for his kids. Anyway, to cut a long story short, Josh bought some and kindly offered to write a short review about the product and how his kids get on with it. Continue reading » © 2021 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Random set of the day: Vastus

    Today's random set is 8986 Vastus, released in 2009. It's one of 30 Bionicle sets produced that year. It contains 52 pieces, and its retail price was US$12.99/£8.99. It's owned by 1634 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay. Help me come to life! If you like the set I've chosen for you today, please pledge your support for me on LEGO Ideas so I have a chance of becoming an official LEGO set! Continue reading » © 2021 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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