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Hello there Lego builders of all ages, this might give you some idea's when it comes to building (some of these idea's aren't mine). Please leave a comment and tell me what you think :D
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Here is some of my favorite Lego parts!



The only way to connect a Brick side ways!




A cool pattern design!







How to make a custom wheel!




How to make a curved wall easy!



The pattern!



How to make a roof!





What's behind the brick? (only build what people can see)





When you make a creation, sometimes you don't know what parts to use ???



(Up above is some random parts I pulled out and dumped on my Lego table)

AND THE RESULTS CAN END YOU UP WITH SOMETHING LIKE THIS!!!



The back side (down below)



Ahhhhhh, Yes! The sturdiest brick in the whole planet (other wise called a 2X4 brick)!



HOW TO USE A BRICK SEPARATOR!



There are two different types of brick separators! The grey, bulky one or the orange, slim one.



THIS IS ONE OF THE MOST STUBBORN SITUATIONS THAT A BUILDER HAS TO FACE!



That is what the brick separator is for!




It also deals with other tiles as well!



How to separate a tile!



If you discover that the end of your separator is getting kind of dull flip it over!



It also deals with plates!



Ever wonder how to connect a plate side ways with those parts so you can give it that extra sturdiness!



You have to connect it exactly like this!



Smooth like butter!



Replacing certain parts!




Ever have a situation like this? Some times you have those awesome sets and with a little touch it can cause some nightmares!



First you have to put some pillars to support the ceiling (and like I said before a 2X4 brick is the best, most strong and it doesn't matter what color it is either)



Worried about your precious sets from breaking! (look at other photo's for more details)



The best parts would have to be a black Tecnic pin to hold a part of your creation in place, it also helps so you don't have to worry about the creation smashing (it can be made into sections)



Customizing mini figs, this is one of my favorites.



Expressions says it all!



How to make a brick design wall





PLAYABILITY IS EVERYTHING!



Put some smooth tiles and 4 1X1 studs to make it easy to take off and yet hold it together!



Thanks for viewing and God bless :D



Comments

 I like it 
  November 16, 2014
I love how you took initiative to accumulate this knowledge in visual format. I have been planning to do a similar thing for micro-ship building, but even that requires a few of these basics! Good work!
 I like it 
  December 19, 2013
those are some interesting techniques. i should probably do a tips and tricks moc.
 I like it 
  December 4, 2013
interesting ideas and concepts, also inspiring!
 I like it 
  December 3, 2013
What an awesome idea! All the great tips in one place! :o)
 I like it 
  November 29, 2013
Actually, I've already known pretty much all of these. But some of them I had completely forgotten about. Thanks!
 I like it 
  November 29, 2013
Hang on a sec... I'm taking notes... ~ Chris.
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  November 29, 2013
Quoting Disco Chicken Thanks for the amazing tips! you don't have to use those 1x1 round small pillars to make a curved wall by the way, I didn't use it and it worked just fine for me!
Oh OK, cool and thanks!
 I like it 
  November 29, 2013
Thanks for the amazing tips! you don't have to use those 1x1 round small pillars to make a curved wall by the way, I didn't use it and it worked just fine for me!
 I like it 
  November 29, 2013
Very helpful tips and ideas!
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  November 29, 2013
Helpful ideas!
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  November 28, 2013
Excellent tips. I will try some of them. You should do this periodically.
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  November 28, 2013
I commented on the original version, basically saying that it was very informative and it was fantastic. Great work man! And my outpost is done . . . :D
 I like it 
  November 28, 2013
Nice idea! I like all the tips and tricks! Great job! 5/5! :)
 
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