Trying to mimic dance with a Lego minifigure is a crazy thing. Minifig legs that have no knees make this task a real challenge. Challenge that was picked up by Jacob Shrimpton. Watch above video and tell how well do you think that worked? Or take a look at comparision video below:
This is not first Lego Music Video from Jacob, and i guess not the last.
Excellent video showcasing our exhibition at Pixel Heaven 2017 made by Sariel. It was great show fun for both exhibitors and visitors.
This is one of the creations that definitely deserve to be called Crazy Build! This Roller Coaster by Eurobricks user Gijserman is fully automated, and is pure pleasure to watch.
David from Solid Brix Studios shared recorded presentation by Rob Johnson (senior art director at LEGO Starwars) that was a part of Star Wars Celebration 2017. It explains how LEGO sets are designed, not only Star Wars, but those are used as an example.
There is not much new stuff for seasoned AFOLs, but for less hardcore fans it can be great mine of information about their favorite toy.
How do we prepare exhibitions? is one of the most asked questions during our shows. How do we put together such a big dioramas, and how do we transport them? This short video answers those questions.
It was recorded during setup of Zbudujmy.to’s exhibition in Rozbark Theater in Bytom that was held last weekend (18-19.03.2017). Timelapse shows about 10 hours of setting up the day before.
And here are quick video showing how it looked after it was ready for public:
OH! And do you have any other brick related questions you want answered? Just post them here or on our facebook!
No. It is not next Lego Ideas set. This is not endorsed by LEGO as far as i know, but it is downright hilarious!
Astonishing Studios created working version of NERF GUN Maverick Rev 6 built with LEGO. The only non Lego part that is used is big spring that powers it, and of course Nerf bullets. Pretty crazy, huh?
Lego Tower build by Nico Mailhot presented by Beyond the Brick’s Matthew Kay is definitely crazy enough to be shown here.
5 feet 8 inches (almost 173cm) has removable drawer-like floors that are full of life. It is innovative approach to building brick skyscrapers, and very inspiring.
Here is train ride trough Zbudujmy.to recent exhibition layout which was presented at club’s 4th anniversary expo in SDK, Warsaw, Poland.
JK from LUGPol has built scissors.
Those may not be looking extremely good, but are fully functional: