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Brick To The Past
Brick to the Past build historically themed Lego models on an epic scale.
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Brick To The Past Dec 6
Awesome! Do share the results!
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Brick To The Past Dec 6
Oh my! My advice would be to not buy the pieces directly from LEGO. It's usually cheaper to buy from secondary sellers. Bricklink is probably the best source:
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Brick To The Past Dec 6
Also, please share photos of his progress! Both us and would love that!
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Brick To The Past Dec 6
The bad news for you is that he's going to need about 10,000 of them 😉
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Brick To The Past Dec 6
Twitter advanced search sort of helps....
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Brick To The Past Dec 6
Definitely encourage him to go for it! There are work in progress photos somewhere way down our Twitter feed that give an indication of how it was built.
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Brick To The Past Dec 6
No problem!
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Brick To The Past Dec 6
Sounds a bit pretentious, but think of it more as a piece of art than a LEGO set. Lots of intricate and illegal techniques involved. Intructions would be posdibe, but not worth making from our perspective.
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Brick To The Past Dec 6
Afraid not. This would be impossible to build in that way. We do have instructions for a micro one though:
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Brick To The Past Dec 6
It's So how about a photo of the LEGO Broch we built last year. They have some exciting projects coming in 2019 & you should definitely check them out!
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Brick To The Past Dec 5
I love LEGO pubs. This one is great!
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Brick To The Past Dec 5
Replying to @FraserDallachy
Thank you, Fraser!
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Fraser Dallachy Dec 5
Finally, get recognition for important academic work awesomely done 👏
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Brick To The Past Dec 5
Thanks very much! Big respect for what you do too 👌
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Brick To The Past Dec 5
Thank you!
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Brick To The Past Dec 5
Delighted to be mentioned along with & in this piece about the serious use of LEGO in the study of Classics by . Chechbit out!
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Brick To The Past Dec 4
Pioneers! 😁
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Brick To The Past Dec 4
Oh cool! We get a mention too!
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Brick To The Past Dec 3
Octavia Hill was born in 1838. Hill was one of the 19th century's most influential social reformers, campaigning & providing good quality housing for London's poor, as well as being one of the three founding members of the
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Brick To The Past Dec 2
We build huge models, but more often than not, our favourite parts are the little scenes of every day life. Like this one, from our latest model on Welsh Buccaneer Henry Morgan. Find out more:
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