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.
(Written by K Mc.) Today we have a challenge. We want to hear your tips on building a nest. We are doing this because we never listen to you! No, not really. We just want to see you in the spotlight on the blog. In the comments, put in one tip for how to make … Continue reading NEST SKILLS
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) I have been going through the WordPress course, and they gave a word to blog about. The word; Catapult. This word inspired me. So, we will be writing a series on how to make catapults to launch your Minifigs, floors, and walls. Today, we are going to look into the basic Lego® catapult, why to build a … Continue reading Catapults from Bricks; Part 1
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
(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
(Written by E.Mc) One of the reasons of this site is to help you become better builder. So, I shall give you the most important key to building; color. I'm not saying using multi-color. I mean synchronized color. You may be thinking that you don't need to make models in certain colors,or that is just too … Continue reading Scribbling with Bricks; A Color Guide