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It’s the 21st, so the 76161 1989 Batwing is now available for LEGO VIP members. You’ll need to be logged into your account to be able to add to your virtual shopping bag. Price is... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] Original link http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/fbtb/~4/6qFrsW-78bM
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The holidays always come and go, but The Force is always there! How do your Holiday Star Wars scenes look? The LEGO Ideas team wants you to create a holiday LEGO Star Wars scene with some of the most iconic ships and characters. This is a fun challenge and the prizes are amazing. If you’re […] Original link Original author: Thita (admin) http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/thebrickblogger/~4/3AWu3Pmnxos
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We rarely focus on the piece count when discussing digital builds. Well, it’s not surprising since accumulating a palette of real-life bricks is a lot more challenging than copy-pasting some from a digital library. Nevertheless, designing something mind-blowing always requires a lot of skill and an artistic eye — whether you work digitally or not. I was totally taken aback by a diorama Finn Roberts revealed the other day. Being a result of thorough planning and an enormous amount of designing, this digital masterpiece brings back one of my childhood hobbies — spending hours spying insanely detailed posters from LEGO promo catalogs. The composition, the focal length, the depth, even the angle — everything seems to be just perfect in this photo. Finn shares that it took him seven months to finish the designs of the facades. And these are just a part of the whole diorama, which weighs in...Shift Change at Pier 3
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Spooky builds don’t have to be all black to get their point across. Anthony Wilson has created a LEGO-based human-tree hybrid called the Aortis Bloom that instead leans into the crimson side of the spectrum. The medically-inclined among us might not even find it creepy – the heart is just a biological necessity, after all. The twisting veins and arteries made from dinosaur tail elements may be a little disquieting, but they’re also very vital to good health. And the blood-red and dark-blue leaves suggest the flowing of oxygen through the system. I’m not sure what those little bits of “fruit” are supposed to represent, though. And just what is the tree sitting in? Dirt? Dried blood? And while really elegant looking, I think that table is actually evil, too. (Just trust me on that.) If you’d like your October to be a bit more direct with the disquieting images,...Aortis Bloom
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The LEGO DC 1989 Batwing (76161) is now available for purchase for VIP members on the LEGO Shop. The set has 2,363 pieces and it retails for $199.99. This is the second Tim Burton vehicle made into a set with the first one being the 1989 Batmobile (76139) from last year. One nice thing that you can do with the Batwing is that it can be wall mounted as a display piece. Check out my review of the set here . In addition, you’ll also get the LEGO MINDSTORMS Mini Robots (40413) and the VIP Gift Set (5006008) with your purchase. USA | Canada | UK | France | Germany The post LEGO DC 1989 Batwing (76161) Now Available for VIPs on LEGO Shop appeared first on The Brick Fan . Original link Original author: Allen "Tormentalous" Tran

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