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#819 TECHNIQUE DISCUSSION: Path techniques

Check out all these awesome path techniques! Our favourite has to be the curved path by Toltomeja but all of them are unique and fit their environment well. Which is your favourite? 1. By Mr Pirate: https://www.flickr.com/photos/133083895@N08/32198459555/in/photolist-214u7Me-e1P6JD-kVfQ1V-W3tBFs-cjiQJd-oPTSCr-ouMjAn-oS2X2z-W4k7wG-rY1tD8-hSGm3w-qFbSCo-qbX2qZ-2xDDJs-6N1TE6-z6sQE-TBRvE5-R4gwfp-okn9uH-qfmGk5/ 2. By Matt Hew: https://www.flickr.com/photos/153134873@N06/38108127975 3. By Grant…

LEGO TIPS/IDEAS - STEPS AND STAIRS - LEGO ARCHITECTURE - YouTube

HI, THIS IS SOME IDEAS FOR LEGO STAIRS AND STEPS, MAINLY AIMED AT LEGO ARCHITECTURE, BUT CAN BE USED ANYWHERE.I'D LOVE TO HEAR ABOUT ANY MORE IDEAS FOR LEGO ...

People Are Posting 'Illegal' Lego Building Techniques And They Are Actually Genius

People Are Posting 'Illegal' Lego Building Techniques And They Are Actually Genius

Slanted Tile Technique | This is not my own technique, but C… | Flickr

Someone have aske how i made the floor - here you can see that is absolut simple. I have seen this floor some months ago in the net but doesnt know how he have made it. So i have tried some Versions and this is the reslult :-)

https://flic.kr/p/CkvaHn | Roof technique | This works really well in theory and digitally. Not so easy to do IRL though.

This works really well in theory and digitally. Not so easy to do IRL though. www.dropbox.com/s/o60jy9c7xe4qjrx/Roof_Technique.lxf?dl=0

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#69 TECHNIQUES - Advanced staircases

Today we will look at 2 different spiral staircases, which look much better than just stacking bricks, and utilise a nice technique. Although both show a spiral staircase, they employ different pieces to do so. The light grey one is achieved with PLATE W/ANGLE pieces and they have been arranged using studs (1x1 rounded plate) to place them at a slight angle. This allows the "wedge" plates to roughly line up and form the staircase. The second staircase uses only 3 elements, and covers a…