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    Lego Sites

    Whilst failing to control what seems to be a growing Lego addiction I stumbled across this site: www.rebrickable.com

    Couldn't find any links to it on here so thought I'd post it.

    Essentially you can create a profile and enter your children's (YOUR) lego kit numbers (or even just what blocks you have) and it will tell you what you can build, either from other sets or from custom sets that people have submitted. It also has an excellent feature where it will price up what you are missing and link to a few stores to tell you which set would complete your kit or you can buy pieces seperately.

    http://rebrickable.com/mocs/mahjqa/p...companion-cube

    Nice!

    My sons 6th birthday is on the 17th. I know what I'm getting him/me.

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    A great idea, but I usually buy job lots of Duplo off eBay.

    Last night, my son and I built a boat for Trixie the triceratops and Sully to ride on in the bath.


    They're all currently sat in a bowl of Milton after he produced a chod the size of his arm. :/


  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by QualityChimp View Post
    A great idea, but I usually buy job lots of Duplo off eBay.

    Last night, my son and I built a boat for Trixie the triceratops and Sully to ride on in the bath.


    They're all currently sat in a bowl of Milton after he produced a chod the size of his arm. :/
    classic.

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    I absolutely love Lego. Something very satisfying building a model or building from bricks, it's a very tactile activity. I just wish I could justify spending big money on the bigger kits. I would truly love the Super Star Destroyer but at ?300 my mrs would kill me.

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    NeoGaf have quite a vibrant community of Lego builders. They also do build moc comps too.

    Appropriate link below ...

    http://m.neogaf.com/showthread.php?t=691273

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    Lego is awesome, I'd love to buy loads and loads, but I don't want to become a weirdo that has a room dedicated to it.

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    Also a coke habit would be cheaper.

    I adore Lego. I find it very therapeutic. After a long day of making decision after decision, there's something so calming about breaking open the bags of Lego and just following the instructions page by page. No decisions. You just do what you're told. It's probably my version of dominance S&M games. Or knitting. It's very soothing and there's a real sense of achievement at the end.

    The Monster Fighters sets from last year were amazing. The Haunted house is easily my favourite ever Lego set.

  8. #8
    Quote Originally Posted by Super Grover View Post
    NeoGaf have quite a vibrant community of Lego builders. They also do build moc comps too.

    Appropriate link below ...

    http://m.neogaf.com/showthread.php?t=691273
    Love the massive guide on the Lego brick separator.. We've got one and it's well worth the money - in dentist bill savings alone.

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    We bought some of these for the yung uns today http://www.lego.com/en-gb/mixels?icmp=COUKFR11Mixels they were quite good value at ?3 each.

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    Latest Build.

    Race Car (60053).

    Thought I would try and take an arty photo, but seeing as I don't have the appropriate skills or kit, this was the best I could do.

    The Spoiler on the back is adjustable.


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