One of my favorite things to build is CCC (Creature and Character Contraction). Currently, it has been used in this form in Bionicle, HERO FACTORY, and Star Wars™. However, the most frustrating part is the limited helmets and heads. While there are plenty, often you want your character/ creature to have the head you want. Recently, … Continue reading Lego® Constraction Alternate Heads
Hello, readers! Today I wanted to introduce you to an idea I have for our blog. It's a series called Brick Truths, a mock- tv show blog series.
Recently, one of our readers asked our help in response to the "What do You Want to Learn" post. He says; My biggest problem is the fact that I have a lot of bricks, but when I want to build something, it seems like impossible, as than my collection seems a lot smaller. So please, … Continue reading Building Inside the Box; a Guide to MOCing with the Pieces You Have
(Written by E.Mc.) One way you can bring your models to life is with Minifigures you get in regular sets. You can swap legs, body, hair, faces, etc. You can even switch up arms and hands. How, though, can you do this well? That's what we're here to help you do. STEP ONE; CHOOSE YOUR … Continue reading Making Minifigures
(Written by E.Mc) Brickheadz are one of my favorite things out of Lego® bricks. They are block- like figures based on licensed characters. They are both simple and fun to build. The issue, though, is that the pieces for them are not common. So I'm going to show you how to build them with pieces that … Continue reading How To Build Brickheadz