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Yes, you read the title correctly. Rocco Buttliere has used around 84,000 LEGO bricks, to be more precise. In addition to 300+ hours of building to recreate the Forbidden City in Beijing, China, Rocco also spent 400+ hours designing it first. If that doesn’t blow your mind, it should. That is one giant build of one of the world’s most spectacular architectural sites. Like his earlier LEGO diorama of Ancient Rome , Rocco built this one for a commission for a museum, and boy, does it belong there. The overview picture hardly does it justice, as it all blends together into a blur of flame orange, dark red, and grey, but zoom in and there are as many marvels as in the real deal. Fancy a tour? It’s not forbidden to look at this one, even for a commoner like me. Let’s start the tour at the Meridian Gate, where...Forbidden City - 紫禁城 - Beijing
The Jaws of the Dragon - 龙颚
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The August 2020 LEGO Store Calendar is now available and we can see some of the promotions and events for the month. August will be a particularly big month for North America because it will be the launch of the LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System (71374) as well as the LEGO Super Mario theme. August 1-9: Free LEGO Super Mario Monty Mole & Super Mushroom Expansion (40414) with purchases of the Adventures with Mario Starter Course (71360). This offer is only available at LEGO Stores while supplies last. August 1-16: Free LEGO Super Mario Super Mushroom Surprise Expansion (30385) with purchases of LEGO Super Mario products over $40, while supplies last. August 17 – September 6: VIP Monthly Sweepstakes for the SDCC 2012 Phoenix minifigure. August 17-31: Free LEGO Speed Champions Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo EVO (30342) with purchases of $35 or more, while supplies last. The post LEGO August 2020...

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M:Tron was a classic space line of LEGO sets back in the day, best recognized by the red color scheme on its vehicles. Though the line ended decades ago, builder Blake Foster resurrects this spacecraft in true M:Tron fashion. This Heavy VTOL, which stands for Vertical Take Off and Landing, is a masterpiece in imagination. Blake Foster ingeniously combined bricks that you usually don’t see together, using large rounded red bricks with harsh green fluorescent wings jutting out. His explanation for this creative decision was that the M:Tron Corporation secretly implemented stolen alien technology into their vehicle. I can’t get enough of the tiny details, like the power plant work around the gun or the vents on engines. See the magnetic drop pods on the bottom of the VTOL? What a great idea! The vehicle can easily transfer cargo at a moment’s notice. Perhaps it would make a great addition...LEGO M Tron Heavy VTOL By Blake Foster On Flickr 1
LEGO M Tron Heavy VTOL By Blake Foster On Flickr 2
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An Italian online shop has revealed two new LEGO Disney Princess sets that fans may be interested in. These two sets include Rapunzel’s Tower (43187) and Aurora’s Forest Cottage (43188). Rapunzel’s Tower has 369 pieces while Aurora’s Forest Cottage has 300 pieces. The sets have a listing release date of August 1. **Via Promobricks ** The post LEGO Disney Princess Fall 2020 Official Set Images appeared first on The Brick Fan . Original link Original author: Allen "Tormentalous" Tran

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What’s the point of a limousine? It has none, except to make the person riding in it seem important, whether that be a bride and groom on the way to the reception or a diplomat going to a complex negotiation. It’s the same with motorcades and bodyguards; their real purpose is to lend clout to the image of the one with them. So, what if the limo has armor and hidden weapons? It’s the same, just with more bang. And if a Humvee can become a luxury vehicle, why not a HEMTT? That was my ( Benjamin Stenlund ) thought, at least, for my latest LEGO creation. Add in a sporty car and a motorcycle, as well as a triumphal arch and statue, and you have the scene set for inflating someone’s ego. Tasked with building an armored limo, I was inspired by the heavy military truck with 8 wheels....The Limousine
The Limousine
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