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Do you love building with Lego? Do you see it for the art form that it is? Yes, it’s STEM and building and engineering, but … it is also an art form. You can really see it in these magnificantcars that Peter Blackert helps you design in How to Build Brick Cars.
Oh…these aren’t your standard lego cars…these are master builder cars that go on to inspire you to model your own creations.
15 different cars which work you up from basic to expert, teaching you the skills you need to design your own lego models of the sports, race, and muscle cars you see around you every day.
You get to build cars such as the Ford Raptor, Datsun Coupe, Ferrari 250, Porsche 911 and so many more. 15 cars all told.
You will find detailed parts lists as well as information about the car being built. The parts list is in full colour with numbers written alongside. I didn’t find those numbers worked well with the Lego Store, so they might be with another area? I don’t know. BUT I do know you could go into any Lego Store with this book and they could help you find any pieces that you need, with the picture is on the page along with colour. Easy peasy!
After the opening section you get into the meat of the build. Full colour illustrations walk you step by step through the build. As long as you are paying attention (and don’t skip steps) you can complete your build.
This is a great book for any lego enthusiast. Getting help to make the car of your dreams? What more could you ask for. The detailed instruction ensure that anyone who can follow lego instructions can complete these builds…just as long as you have all the lego parts at hand. Go ahead, create some lego art!
How to Build Brick Cars: Detailed Lego Designs for Sports cars, race cars, and muscle cars.
Lego, creator, build, master builder, animals, design
Reviewed for: Quarto Group.
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