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Designer insight: Jme Wheeler

Many LEGO set designers use our BrickLists feature to maintain a list of the sets they've worked on and often provide interesting insights about their involvement.

Once a week we publish an entry from one of their lists on the home page to increase awareness of this information and to encourage more designers to create them.

Jme Wheeler wrote this about their work on 40623 Battle of Endor Heroes:

Ah, Brickheadz! These are always really fun to do. It was an enjoyable challenge to convert R2 into the Brickheadz shape language. It would have been tricky enough if he had been a standard size, but only being able to work within a 3x3 grid added a lot of extra problem solving. Thankfully we've gotten some new elements in the last few years that were a great help. Wicket was likewise challenging and fun to work on. MOC builders out there will note (and hopefully appreciate) the paired left and right angle plates in both Wicket and Leia. Lando's hair was another highlight for me. It has a unique texture when compared to other Brickheadz models, which I enjoyed working out.

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