May the 4th Be With You Friday Showcase/Tips!!!

“It’s an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us and penetrates us; it binds the galaxy together. It's clutch power." Okaaaay, so maybe Obi- Wan wasn't talking about building. But hey, it works, so- why not? Hello KTTB readers! Today marks National Star Wars Day. As you can probably tell from my love … Continue reading May the 4th Be With You Friday Showcase/Tips!!!

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KTTB vs. KTTB Entries!!!!!!!!!!!

We posted early about a contest that you guys made for us and here are the entries! Remember to use the grading rubrics in the other post! Please put your vote in the comments.

Building Inside the Box; a Guide to MOCing with the Pieces You Have

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

The Fidget- Spinner Impression

(Written by E.Mc) So, in case you missed it, the new thing is fidget spinners. Worldwide. Viral. The new craze. In the U.S.A., Tyler Clites (Legohaulic; creator of the Ideas Stitch) has made some of these in Lego® form. You can see them on YouTube. Well, it's in Denmark, too. So The Lego Group, being the … Continue reading The Fidget- Spinner Impression

Techniques in MOCs; Shop and Court House

An idea I have been thinking about is techniques in MOCs. I came up with this idea when browsing the web. William at The Brick Blogger writes posts on tips on using it techniques in official Lego® sets. So, first off, I present you... ...The Lego® Shop and Courthouse! Okay, enough of that; let's look … Continue reading Techniques in MOCs; Shop and Court House

1932 Wooden Pull Duck

(Written by E.Mc) Recently, I have uploaded a new Ideas project. I have created a 1932 Wooden Pull- Duck, based off the original one created by the Lego Company. Here is the description; "In the year 1932, the Great Depression came. Ole Kirk Christansen, a carpenter, needed to try something new. So, he started to create toys. … Continue reading 1932 Wooden Pull Duck