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https://flic.kr/p/wnTYQw | roughly 60 degree slope technique | When I watched one of Nick Trotta's awesome videos I noticed that he created a buildable slope like this. It seems to align very well in his video, but not in Bricksmith. I didn't know about this relation, but like it. Seems like an efficient way to create a good looking angle.

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This is one of my favorite stud reversal techniques.  I'm probably not the first to use it, but I've never seen it documented.  I'm particularly fond of this technique because it's quite sturdy, and it can be extended indefinitely (given an arbitrarily large supply of headlight bricks).  My record is ~50 studs.  It's also possible to place multiple rows side by side. Also if you rotate all the sideways-oriented headlight bricks 180 degrees, you get ...

This is one of my favorite stud reversal techniques. I'm probably not the first to use it, but I've never seen it documented. I'm particularly fond of this technique because it's quite sturdy, and it can be extended indefinitely (given an arbitrarily large supply of headlight bricks). My record is ~50 studs. It's also possible to place multiple rows side by side. Also if you rotate all the sideways-oriented headlight bricks 180 degrees, you get ...

https://flic.kr/p/qKSzXz | inverted-brick-with-clip | I'm trying to put together a SNOT reference. Details on this technique can be found here.

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Map Of Japan Built From 1.8 Million LEGO Building Blocks

Futuristic Map of Japan Made From 1.8 Million LEGOs

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