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Brickman’s Big Book of Better Builds – Signed!

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Learn to build like Brickman – in-depth skills, techniques and know-how so you can build your most impressive LEGO creation ever.

What are the insider tricks and secret skills that make a LEGO? Certified Professional’s builds so awe-inspiring? How do you show action, intrigue and drama? How do you make your build move, glow – or even explode?

This comprehensive, behind-the-scenes guide from the star judge of? LEGO Masters Australia?shows you how to scope any LEGO project, large or small. All the key skills are covered – from settling on a design, prototyping and considering size, scale and structure, to harnessing pro techniques like SNOT (studs-not-on-top) and ‘jumping off the grid’, as well as adding awesome action features that will bring your build to life.

Packed with fascinating insider tips and illustrated examples of each skill, and featuring one of Brickman’s own builds as a case study to reinforce the key techniques, this book is a backstage pass to your most impressive LEGO creation yet.

‘If I had a copy of this book when I started out, it would have saved me learning the hard way!’ Ryan McNaught, Brickman

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Weight 1.3 kg
Dimensions 23.5 × 17.5 × 2.5 cm

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