Monthly Archives: May 2013

LEGO Town Hall Build, Part One

The Town Hall, from the Modular Series, is the largest LEGO set I own (so far), and a lot of fun to build, with its movable elevator, design elements, and imposing appearance. (Lookin’ good on Main Street!) Thing is, it’s … Continue reading

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Going to the LEGO Store

There are lots of ways to purchase LEGO. Almost any store that carries toys will have various LEGO sets, from WalMart and Target and Toys ‘R’ Us, to local hobby stores and, of course, the official LEGO stores (which, by … Continue reading

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LEGO MOCs

Anyone who has spent much time building LEGO creations eventually thinks about personalizing them. Whether it’s a case of dramatizing scenarios from Harry Potter or Star Wars, or maybe making a larger version of the Fire Brigade, or designing a … Continue reading

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Lego Room, Part 3

Displaying your LEGO. Once you’ve completed a set, or a MOC, you want to be able to admire it a while. Some people never tear down a set they’ve completed, but keep them on display forever. Myself, I enjoy the … Continue reading

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LEGO Room, Part 2

As I mentioned in my previous blog, having room for your LEGO collection means having work space, storage space and display space. Today I’ll write about storage space. I keep my LEGO bricks in their original boxes. Since I mostly … Continue reading

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LEGO Room, Part 1

In those two simple words, “LEGO room”, you uncover one of the big problems for AFOLs (Adult Fans of LEGO). Where and how do you make room for your LEGO collection? Some lucky people are able to dedicate an entire … Continue reading

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