LEGO magazine HBM 003
Great creators of the world: Brian Kescenovitz
With Adrian Florea we began a series of articles where the own interviewed recommends us one of his favourite creators for the following issue
Text & Images Brian Kescenovitz
"(...) But, if you let me choose just one of these lives, then I choose the limping pirate, with a wooden leg, a patch over his eye, and a wicked face, the old rogue, the captain of a ship with a flag showing two shinbones and a skull. (...)"
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Alternative models: 7645
When being kids our parents gave us our first LEGO® set, we all faced the same challenge: our own cronstructions starting off with a limited number of bricks.
Images LEGO® System A/S, car_mp
Set: 7645 MT-61 Crystal Reaper
Line:: Mars Mission
Piece Count: 600 pieces
Recommended Retail Price: 59.95 € / 49.99 USD
50 years of the LEGO® Brick
1932 - Ole Kirk Christiansen is a master carpenter and cabinetmaker in Billund (Jutlandia) He begins to make domestic utensils and wood toys.
1934 - He organizes a contest between his workers to choose the name of the company. The chosen name is LEGO®, that is an abbreviation of the Danish expression Leg Godt (I play well).
1942 - A fire destroys the factory of LEGO with all the plans and designs. Ole Kirk works to remake everything that had been burned until re-floating the company.
1947 - They buy the first machine in Denmark for plastic injection and begin to make toys of this material.
1949 - His son Godtferd, who works with Ole in the company, establishes the bases of “pieces of automatic union” that would be the precursors of the present pieces of LEGO.
Bricks & Books. A LEGO® library
The life of an AFOL is not only building LEGO: there are always some initiatives to expand our collection -and reduce the space we have for it- with other 'stars' of the LEGO universe. The recent launch of the spectacular catalogue 'LEGO collector' is a good reason to do a review of books related to LEGO. Most of them are in English, but some titles can also be found in Spanish to start a library to complete, in words, our passion.
Text & images: Antonio José Fernández
Death Star™ Star Wars™
How to turn a film into plastic bricks
Images by lluisgib and LEGO System A/S
Set:10188 Star Wars Death Star
Pieces count: 3803
Including: 24 characters, trash compactor monster, Tie advanced, 12 film scenes, Hyperlaser
Recommended Retail Price: 399,95 € / 399,99 USD
Paradise within reach
Text by lluisgib
Images by lluisgib and Adri
LEGOWorld 2008 From 16 to 21 of October at fair ljsselhallen in Zwolle (Holland)
Building trees (II)
Every construction that includes vegetation must count on good trees that emphasise the set
Text & Images by Legotron
The LEGO® Minifig or Life doesn´t end at 30
Images by The LEGO® Group
LDraw Tutorial (III)
If you lose time looking for the pieces that you need, this issue will be very useful to you
Text by Jetro
Images by Jetro and Philo
Interview Tormod Askildsen
Head of LEGO® Community Development
By Hispabrick Magazine
Photos Tormod Askildsen
Translate by lluisgib
One of the most charismatic robots of the cartoons arrives to your collection ready to finish all the humans