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  2. Today's selection comes courtesy of Riverwind: Hello LEGO Fans! When I saw the Featured set articles, I was very excited, and started to look through the sets I own to find something unique to tell you about. And I couldn't pick a set! Each and every one of my sets have some special memory tied to them, and I could write a separate article about all of them. So I decided to go for something slightly different, an old set that I've always wanted, but never got until last year. And there's a reason, why I chose this one. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Review: 41393 Baking Competition

    The five main protagonists in the Friends line are clearly talented girls; they each seem to have many different occupations, and clearly live an exciting life of luxury filled with fancy hotels, restaurants and exotic holidays. In 41393 Baking Competition, Stephanie is once again demonstrating her excellent culinary skills, but this time on TV! We haven’t seen a TV studio set in the Friends line since 2016’s 41117 Pop Star TV Studio, but this return to the small screen promises to be bigger and better than before. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  4. KAGPID

    Lego second hand - Лего втора ръка

    Качвам снимки които направих днес. Някой може да си намери нещо. Има доста стари части, има прашасали части има и чисто нови неползвани. Ако някои иска някакво инфо за част да пише на лично да не спаммим тук тази тема.
  5. Здравейте, През годините трупам всякакъв вид лего тухлички и всичко свързано с лего. Забелязах, че някои от нещата не ги пипам и си седят в шкафа с години. Прашасват. За още по малка част от тях съм вече напълно сигурен, че следващите година – две няма да докосна и използвам. Замислих се защо да не направим тук в закрита тема всеки да може да качва негови неща свързани с лего с цел продажба или замяна (за мен по-добрия вариант). Да менкаме - хаха... Мисля, че на по ранен етап Камен Д. беше пуснал подобна тема. Предлагам да качваме всичко свързано с лего. Да няма ограничения. Сетове; непълни сетове; части по цветове; минифигурки; отделни части; мокове; LUGBULK-лотове; каталози; аксесоари; книги свързани с лего; инструкции; оригинални кутии; 3Dпринт части и тн. и тн.(за тези неща се сетих). Давам пример: от оранжевите сепаратори, които идват с по-големите сетове ми трябват 10-15. Но не са ми били належащи до момента. Ако някой пусне в темата, че са му в повече, аз ще се възползвам и ще му предложа да ги заменя или купя. Предлагам всеки да добавя снимков материал за по-лесно визуално запомняне. Оттук нататък е ясно. Някой си харесва нещо, свързва сe с човека за покупка или замяна. И се спазаряват.
  6. Jonas Kramm already took a look at the construction of the new LEGO® Ideas set 21322 Pirates of Barracuda Bay and saw that it can change from a pirate hideout into a complete ship, but there was so much to say he didn’t get around to taking a detailed look at all the new pieces and minifigures included. So we do that today! LEGO® Ideas try their best to work without creating any new moulds, so we don’t get any in 21322 Pirates of Barracuda Bay. That statement turns out to be not completely true however, as you will see later. Recoloured LEGO® pieces in 21322 Pirates of Barracuda BayMost interesting are the recolours – existing elements changed to new colours – and there are more in this set than I thought. The first surprise while building was the colour of the palm leaves used in this set. From the picture on the box I would have bet that they are the usual Dark Green/ Green (shown top right), but all 16 are actually Bright Green (6299808|10884, shown lower right). Continue reading »View the full article
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    [RSS]: The Curse of Collectable Minifigures

    Today's guest author is James, aka Dangerplug_MK2, a TFOL in the UK: If you’re as big a Harry Potter fan as I am, I'm sure you’ll have seen the rumours about the upcoming HP collectable minifigure series 2. Personally, I absolutely loved the last series, and as soon as my brother and I saw them we were instantly in love! My absolute favourites were Luna Lovegood, Professor Dumbledore and Newt Scamander’s Niffler; which may well have just lost the position of cutest LEGO creature ever created to the new 'Baby Yoda'! Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Meet a member: Alrighty

    Today we are talking to Michael, aka Alrighty, who's a Senior Healthcare Consultant in Georgia, USA: What is your first LEGO Memory? I was six years old, playing with Hot Wheels in our musty basement. My dad comes down the wooden stairs; he had just returned from one of his frequent business trips. He hands me a copy of Time Cruisers 6491 Rocket Racer. Even at six years old, I remember thinking, "What the heck is this supposed to be?" Little did I know that was the sentiment for most of this theme! I loved the way the propellers turned when the wheels turned. The trans-orange 2 x 2 cylinder bricks formed "power cores" for many of my future LEGO vehicle creations, and the yellow engines were coveted parts for my spaceships! I recently dug up the figure for this set and marvelled how this was the start of a life-long habit. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Random set of the day: Dolphin Show

    Today's random set is 5845 Dolphin Show, released in 1998. It's one of 7 Belville sets produced that year. It contains 50 pieces and 1 minifig, and its retail price was US$11. It's owned by 129 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. Today's selection is brought to you by redbeardlegoman: 6038 Wolfpack Renegades was one of the first sets I ever bought. My friend had it, and I thought it was brilliant. I was especially enamoured with the hide-away feature for the minifigures in the bottom of the cart. I was so excited about this set from playing with it at my friend's house, that I ran home, counted my saved allowance, and asked my mom to run me to Zeller's to see if they still had one. They did. I was just a bit short because of tax, but my mom picked up the difference. Once we got home, the rest of my day was spent playing with this and my 6075 Wolfpack Tower (the very first set I ever bought myself). I still have my beloved 6038 -- though I really, really, really wish I hadn't kragled the minifigs together! The Wolfpack remains my all-time favourite sub-theme, even with its three excellent sets. I would die if TLG ever re-issued or created new ones. And 6038 Wolfpack Renegades is the best set of the three. © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  12. Minifigs.me, purveyor of fine custom printed minifigures, is running a series of competitions over the next few weeks: With key workers going out and taking risks on a daily basis in order to keep vital services running and with the rest of us in lock-down, minifigs.me wanted to think of a fun activity that people could partake in which would cheer up key workers and show our appreciation of everything they are doing. We are therefore holding series of competitions, where people of all ages will be invited to doodle their own minifigures. Each week, we will ask people to draw a cute minifigure version of someone from a particular group of key workers. This week’s theme will be health care workers, and later themes will be emergency services, teachers, delivery drivers and postal workers, carers and support staff, and supermarket staff and others working in the food industry. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  13. Hri$$y

    Забавни LEGO сцени и модели

    "Туй е лунната походка" източник: https://playwellportugal.blogspot.com/2020/03/moonwalk-por-joeri-ridder-flickr.html?fbclid=IwAR2DDlmVV9qkhMLNAbLHiWcopbwMuPsaPTp_eR7e0gyuKJuJBzKGj-d5oZs
  14. Brickset

    [RSS]: MOCing minifigures like a pro

    Have you ever wondered how to create the perfect customised minifigure? This article by guest author Zander will show you how: On the face of it, there’s nothing to MOCing minifigures. Attach a head and some legs to a torso and voila! a minifigure. But creating great minifigures is not, for the most part, about the technical aspects. It’s about the art. And like all art forms, knowing the basics can get you a long way to becoming a master. When I started MOCing minifigures back in 1993, AFOLdom was not the well established, interconnected community it is today. Each of us was off doing our own thing, so I had to work out for myself what worked, what didn’t and why. Here are a few guidelines and suggestions that I developed over the years, plus learnings I picked up from other AFOLs along the way. I hope they help. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Meet a member: Vasko

    In the second of our meet a member series we talk to Vasko, aka Vasil Trifonov, who's a university student in Sofia, Bulgaria: What is your first LEGO memory? The first moment of my life that is related to LEGO that I can remember was in 2003, when I was three years old. My cousins had just arrived from the US, where they live, and as you would expect, they brought some gifts. To 3-year-old me’s surprise, one of the gifts was a big red bucket from Creator (4116 Animal Adventures Bucket), that was very colourful and didn’t resemble anything I’d seen before. Once I opened it, I would not want to stop playing with the pieces for any reason and I spent many hours a day building things. Surprisingly, the red bucket was technically not my first set, as back in 1998, when I was not even born yet, my father received 2554 Formula 1 Pit Stop from a Shell promotion when he was fuelling up the car with petrol. I only received that when I was a bit older, around 4 or 5, but I am delighted that he kept it for so many years to give it to me, as if he knew I’d grow to love LEGO. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Random set of the day: Fire Chief's Car

    Today's random set is 4914 Fire Chief's Car, released in 2005. It's one of 46 City sets produced that year. It contains 31 pieces. It's owned by 1103 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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    [RSS]: New version of Brickset API now available

    We've offered an application programming interface (API) to Brickset's database for some time and a number of excellent apps for mobile platforms have been developed as a result. The current version is based on XML, so is a bit clunky and hard to use, but this week I finally found the time to update it to provide responses in JSON which should make it much easier to digest. So, version 3 of the API is now live and, thanks to valuable help and feedback from RikTheVeggie (author of MyBrickset for Android), I think it's now ready for widespread use. There may still be a few bugs, and a few minor changes that need to be made, but if you're looking for a software development project to occupy yourself while you're holed up, take a look at the documentation, request an API key and get started! I look forward to seeing what you come up with... Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Featured set of the day: Tahu

    Today's selection has been made by Lego_Lord_Mayorca: It had been a dark time. My sixth grade year was halfway over and I was already ready for the entire school year to be done. As I went into the holidays for December 2000, I looked towards Christmas to bring some measure of reliable joy: LEGO! However, in that realm, things were not well, either. Although one can argue with my individual opinion about how lacklustre LEGO's offerings in the year 2000 were, it is a fact that the company itself was in trouble. The “Star Wars” line from 1999 was a smashing success, but in the long run, it had only put a bandage on the bullet wound that was LEGO's finances. It was a dark time for the company, too. Thankfully, for us both, help was on the way. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Tips and Tricks #1

    Hello everyone! My name is Tiago Catarino, a former Creator 3in1 LEGO Designer who still can't get enough of LEGO! For the last couple of months after I've left Denmark, I've been doing daily building tips on my Youtube channel. Reading the recent posts What will Brickset do for you, I couldn't help but think that, maybe sharing some of these tips could hopefully teach you some new LEGO tricks, and maybe, inspire larger builds of your own. LEGO as we all know, is an awesome time killer, especially so in this troubled times we're living. So without further ado, I'll be sharing 3 building tips with you all hoping to inspire you to build something fun today! Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Meet a member: Benbuildslego

    Since posting our action plan to keep you all entertained while we are in lock down we've been inundated with featured set suggestions and with members who are willing to be interviewed. Thank you to everyone who's responded so far. So, meet our first interviewee, Ben, aka benbuildslego, from Chicago: What is your first LEGO memory? My first memory with LEGO is the original Star Wars sets from 1999, when I was just 8 years old. It simply doesn't get better than the classic Landspeeder (7110-1). Sadly, not a lot of my sets survived my childhood intact! Did you have a dark age and if so what caused you to emerge from it? Like a lot of AFOLs, my dark age was college - there is just not enough space in a dorm room for LEGO! After graduating and getting a full-time job, what got me back into LEGO was building a MOC of the Berlin Reichstag (officially Deutscher Bundestag – Plenarbereich Reichstagsgebäude). The Reichstag is my favorite building in all of Europe and I love its unique blend of the neoclassical and modern styles. I bought some excellent instructions by Thilo Schön and used Bricklink to acquire the necessary pieces. This build introduced me to a lot of cool building techniques, and it began my journey back to building LEGO regularly! Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    LEGO Masters TV show

    LEGO Masters US S01E08 720p/1080p
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    [RSS]: Random set of the day: Battle at the Pass

    Today's random set is 8813 Battle at the Pass, released in 2006. It's one of 11 Castle sets produced that year. It contains 381 pieces and 11 minifigs, and its retail price was US$40/£27.99. It's owned by 650 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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    [RSS]: LEGO Masters week 7 exit interview

    LEGO Masters USA episode seven has written its final chapter! This week's challenge for the teams was to build a story that had been created there on the set by a group of children. Halfway through the episode, the children returned to give each team another storyline to include in their build. Each week we'll be bringing you an exit interview but to avoid spoilers for those of you watching on catch-up or via some illicit website in other countries we won't reveal their names above the fold. For the observant folks, you'll notice that we have not published an exit interview from week 6 yet. Because of the pandemic, we were unable to have a phone call with that team and submitted questions by email. We haven't heard back yet, but when we do, we'll publish that interview. Catch up on episode 7, see the contestant builds, and read the exit interview of the eliminated team after the break. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Featured set of the day: Hovercraft

    Today's set has been selected by myth: This little spacecraft, 6875 Hovercraft, was my first ever set. From what little I remember from that time, as I was 5 or 6 years old, I immediately fell in love with LEGO and the whole space theme. Wings from the Hovercraft can be detached and form two small spacecrafts, or one bigger if you combine them. Little me had countless hours of fun playing with the modular spaceship! Interestingly enough, my second set about a year later was Fabuland's 3680 Caravan and Rowboat. The "proper order" should have been other way round. But this was just around the time when the Berlin wall fell, so my parents were very lucky to find any LEGO to buy at all. I received it at Christmas, while my cousin got another Futuron set, 6893 Orion II Hyperspace. I remember thinking "Wait a minute, this looks very similar to my spacecraft. I'd like to have that!" She preferred my Fabuland set, so we would have liked to have swapped but, alas, after the Christmas we parted with our gifts as given to us by our parents. I spent time playing with the spacecraft, both in its original form or building my own creations. Many times I tried to build alternative models as presented on the backside of the box, mostly failing. There was always some detail I failed to build. As years went by both the instructions and the box became lost. Continue reading » © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  25. The next LEGO® Ideas set, 21322 Pirates of Barracuda Bay, seems to be dividing opinion in the community. Regardless, you will be interested to hear what its designers, Milan Madge (set) and Austin William Carlson (graphics and minifigures) have to say about their adaptation of Pablo Jiménez's original design. And for this exclusive interview they've also shared the seven prototypes showing the model's development! The first thing many people will say is that the final product diverges significantly from the original fan model. How did you come to the decision to make these changes, and was there much input from the fan designer? Milan: The first step was building the fan designer Pablo’s model, but it became obvious early on that I was missing a lot of elements. Many of the pieces have been out of production for some time, so we had to get creative. The biggest hurdle was the raised baseplate, which meant a total redesign of the structure of the model, but even tiny changes such as the new boat hulls being wider than the ones in Pablo’s submission meant that all the proportions needed altering – a real headache! Continue reading »View the full article
  26. Here's word from Conor at Minifigure Maddness: This month we are offering Brickset readers an excellent preorder only offer for the new 71027 Series 20 New/Sealed box of 60 minifigures for only €168.99 when you enter code Brickset68 at checkout. That’s an incredible RRP saving of €70.81 / £53.16 / $115! To celebrate the launch of the 10th year of LEGO CMF line we are giving away a brand new 76032 The Avengers Quinjet City Chase as well as 2 Disney Series 71012 Minifigures worth over €80! . All you have to do to enter is place your order, like our Facebook page, then send us a direct Facebook message containing your order number. The Winner will be chosen at random and announced on our Facebook page on April 20th. Place your order now! © 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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