LEGO Pachinko

Here's a model of a simple Pachinko game that works.

(But only if you put the cog in face down!)

Answer to Number 2

It's MAS - Museum aan de Stroom, in Antwerp.

It was part of a 'more micro than microscale' weekend trying to get as much detail out of as few bricks as possible. I don't think I _completely_ succeeded, but the way the windows go all the way around the building in up steps, is quite neat.

There's inaccuracy since the windows are offset back, slightly, but it's a decent first attempt.

I wait improvements from other LEGO punkers...!

What is it? (number 2)

So what is this building _supposed_ to be? And where is it?

What is it - answer?

A deck chair!

Very simple model, only made complicated by getting the pivot points exactly right.


What is it?


Here's a simple model that turns into another simple model.

Can you tell what?

(Answer image next week...)

Clever LEGO Storage (part V)

Again, just a stick of bricks, to be honest. But, oh boy, what a control panel it'd make!

Clever LEGO Storage (part IV)

Too large to be stacked vertically, so this triangular mesh (mess?) is necessary.

Clever LEGO Storage (part III)

I say 'clever', it's just a set of hinges!

Clever LEGO Storage (part II)

Who knew you needed so many of these... whatever they're called... bits for the front of 80's spaceships.




Clever LEGO Storage (part I)

The first in a short series of images showing how identical bricks can be stacked and connected, to make finding them easier.


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