Posted in Lego Halloween

Lego Brick Halloween Pumpkin & Video

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My son’s Lego Pumpkin built from orange, yellow and brown basic bricks.

For Halloween, my son built a Lego pumpkin.  He used only basic bricks of yellow, orange and brown.

He recorded a time lapse video of himself building it below.

Posted in Star Wars

Star Wars Kylo Ren’s Command Shuttle Lego Set & Time Lapse Video

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Kylo Ren’s Command Shuttle Lego Set

 

This Command Shuttle had 43 pieces and was fairly easy to  build.  My son built it in about 10-15 min but it is a perfect addition to his Star Wars Lego Sets.

His video is included below if you would like to see how it turned out.  If you would like to see or purchase this set from Amazon- click here..

 

 

Posted in Marvel Superheroes

Captain America Lego Time Lapse Video

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Lego Super Heroes- Captain America’s Motorcycle from Civil War

This awesome set came from Target and my son built it without many problems.  Unfortunately Target doesn’t carry it anymore, but I was able to find it on Amazon – Lego 30447 Captain America sidecar with motor cycle.  It was a neat set that actually shoots the missile!  The instructions and a time lapse video my son made is included below.

Posted in Lego, Mario

Mario built from Lego Bricks with Time Lapse Video

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Lego Mario

My son is counting pixels once again!  This time he made a Lego Mario using only regular bricks from the Creator box set.   Using blue, yellow, red, and white bricks his goal was to make 8 bit Mario from the classic Nintendo game.  You can buy these bricks anywhere but Amazon also has multiple sets of bricks if you need some more for your collection.

He also shot a short time lapse video showing what bricks he used and how he put it together!

 

Posted in Lego

Pokeball- Made from Lego Bricks with Time Lapse Video

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Pokeball made out of Lego bricks!

My son added a new Lego creation to his collection.  This time he used Lego bricks to create a Pokeball.  He used red, black and white bricks. Just the ordinary bricks that come in any creation box set.  If you need more bricks, Amazon has a Classic Brick Box Set with 484 bricks here.

He also created a time lapse video as he built it.  He even added music to the 10 second clip.  He said it was super easy and anyone at  any skill level should be able to make it with little to no problems.  Hope you have fun building!